June 29, 2011 at 2:07 pm #134130
DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES
This is a Senior Management position that serves as the Director of the Division of Historical Resources, Florida Department of State. At the discretion of the Governor, this position may also serve as the Florida State Historic Preservation Officer. The Director is expected to provide strategic and leadership guidance for programs coordinated by the Division. The Director is primarily responsible for administrative and programmatic aspects of the division including: budgetary, accounting, personnel, and physical plant resources; archaeological, cultural resource, folk life and historic preservation programs; federal and state appropriations and grants; advisory council coordination and management; and a statewide grants in aid program for local historic preservation programs. The Division currently oversees operational oversight of state-owned historic properties and museums, including but not limited to Mission San Luis and The Grove. Information on these sites may be found at http://www.flheritage.com. The Director is responsible for assuring compliance with federal and state laws, rules, policies and procedures associated with programs coordinated by the Division. The Director should create an atmosphere of positive customer service and motivate staff through regular meetings to maintain ongoing communication regarding administrative and programmatic aspects of the Division. The position may require multi-day travel for mission critical activities that may need to occur outside of Tallahassee. Serves as a member of the Florida Acquisition and Restoration Council, advising state officials on the acquisition and management of state properties.
REQUIRED ENTRY LEVEL KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES
A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with a major in business management, business administration, finance, accounting, history, archaeology, cultural resource, anthropology or allied history/archaeology/museum studies and four (4) years experience as described below, or
A graduate degree from an accredited college or university in business management, business administration, finance, accounting, history, archaeology, cultural resource, anthropology or allied history/archaeology/museum studies and at least three (3) years of required experience as described below.
Experience in a management position that included supervision of professional staff positions, administration of grants, preparing and managing budgets for a multi-disciplinary program that includes federal funding, and working with historic preservation, cultural resource archaeology or allied history/archaeological/museum programs, and effectively organizing and following through on challenging and diverse tasks to meet deadlines.
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