The Board of Directors of the North Carolina Preservation Consortium is seeking qualified applicants for its Executive Director position. This is a volunteer position reporting to the Board of Directors. The Executive Director is a critical part of the ongoing success of NCPC. We are seeking applicants who are committed to preserving the cultural heritage of North Carolina, and who enjoys working collaboratively with colleagues across the state.
The duties of the Executive Director are outlined in the NCPC Bylaws, as well as in the job description. Responsibilities include organizational support, communications, financial management, outreach and promotion, and specific committee assignments.
Interested candidates should send a resume, cover letter, and references via email to:
Karen Feeney, NCPC President
Application Deadline: January 31, 2020
This is the last chance to sign up for Friday’s Annual Conference.
When the Unthinkable Happens! Disaster Preparedness for Cultural Heritage Organizations
November 15, 2019
Registration and Continental breakfast 8:00 – 9:00 a.m.
Program 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (lunch provided)
North Carolina State University
Recent weather events, such as Hurricanes Dorian and Florence, have brought the topic of disaster preparedness to the forefront for many who work cultural heritage institutions across North Carolina. Is your organization prepared for a disaster, large or small? This conference will delineate the fundamentals of disaster planning, provide ideas for training staff, review lessons learned from past events, and examine local, state, and national recovery resources. Learn from some of our state’s most experienced collections experts about preparing for and surviving disasters—crucial information, should the unthinkable happen.
See our conference page for registration information.
The October 2019 issue of NC Preserves is now available. In this issue:
- Details on the upcoming Annual Conference. You won’t want to miss this event, register now!
- A 2nd round of NCMC/NCPC Hurricane Assistance Grants has been announced.
- NCPC Preservation Grant update from Mendenhall Homeplace. Applications are due March 15, 2020, for the next round of grants.
- NCPC Institutional Member High Point Museum receives National Endowment for the Humanities grant. Read about the project that got funded through NEH.
- In other preservation news the Institute of Museum and Library Services released a new report based on the Heritage Health Survey; and LYRASIS Performing Arts Readiness is helping theaters and other performing arts venues prepare for and recover from disasters. Two great pieces of preservation information to know about.
Thanks for reading and don’t forget to renew your membership to get discounts on workshop and Annual Conference registrations.