The Maine Ski and Snowboard Museum is looking for an Executive Director with a strong background in non-profit management and strategic development to lead the organization into the future.
The Maine Ski and Snowboard Museum is a 501c3 organization situated in Maine’s Carrabassett Valley. Founded in 1995, The museum provides educational and social opportunities to visitors and residents throughout the year with a mission “To celebrate, preserve, and share the history and heritage of Maine skiing and snowboarding.”
The Museum seeks an individual with the vision, creativity, entrepreneurial spirit, and resourcefulness to direct the organization. Familiarity with cultural organizations, management experience in small businesses and/or non-profits, and success in navigating an organization in transition are pluses.
The Executive Director is the chief executive/staff officer of the organization and is responsible for the leadership and management of all aspects of operations. They will work with the Board of Directors, staff, volunteers, and community partners to carry out the operational, programmatic, and development work of the organization.
The Executive Director will oversee all aspects of Museum programming, which includes collection management, exhibit curation, community events, and satellite programming within the regional community. The museum also collects (and presents) recorded histories, publishes Snow Trail Magazine, and curates the Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame.
Salary range: $40,000 to $60,000 (based on experience)
Job Type: Full Time
Specific Location: Carrabassett Valley, Maine
Deadline: March 17, 2023
Please send a resume and cover letter to Glenn Parkinson, President of the MSSM, at: Glenn.Parkinson@icloud.com with “Executive Director” in the subject line. Resume review begins immediately. All applications will be accepted in confidence.
The Maine Ski and Snowboard Museum is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to building and celebrating the community of those who appreciate the history and heritage of sliding down Maine’s snow-covered mountains in winter.