The Oswego Heritage Council is seeking to fill the position of Executive Director to assist the Board of Directors in carrying out our mission to preserve and promote the history and culture of Lake Oswego.
The Executive Director is the primary contact and face of OHC in our community and is the lead for communications, fundraising, special events, House rentals and membership development. The Executive Director is responsible for all operational aspects of the Heritage House and Museum including administration, Board support, and financial management.
This is a part-time position of approximately 30 hours per week reporting to the OHC Board of Directors.
Familiarity and connections with the Lake Oswego community and interest in history and culture are strongly desired.
A valid Oregon driver license.
Work can involve outdoor activities, occasional heavy lifting and set up for special events on uneven ground.
Detailed job description available upon request.
Applicants should email a letter of interest and an application to Tom O’Connor no later than the close of business January 17, 2020.
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