Workforce Manager

Historicorps

About the organization

HistoriCorps®, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, works to foster a preservation ethic in all through training volunteers, students, and youth in historic preservation skills, and then puts those skills to work to save historic places for generations to come. HistoriCorps partners with federal, state and local land management agencies to provide educational and outdoor opportunities and preserve historic resources. From our Morrison, CO headquarters, we coordinate and instruct projects on public lands throughout the United States.

Duties

The Workforce Manager serves a critical role in helping achieve our mission, annually recruiting 650+ volunteers to participate on historic preservation projects across the country. Volunteers join HistoriCorps’ expert staff on projects for a week at a time, learning hands-on preservation skills and saving historic places in doing so. The Workforce Manager’s overarching objective is to recruit, register, manage, and cultivate on-going relationships with project participants (volunteers, students and youth) and community partners, and to support efforts to expand HistoriCorps’ reach through effective marketing, communications and public relations. Functionally, the Workforce Manager ensures our recruitment and volunteer management needs are met in the field. They will engage with existing partners and the general public on a regular basis to promote HistoriCorps’ mission and volunteer opportunities. In all aspects of their role, the Workforce Manager upholds and advances HistoriCorps’ commitment to its core values.

Qualifications

Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing, Communications, Historic Preservation, Nonprofit Management, or related field;
Experience in nonprofit program management, especially volunteer programs;
Experience in marketing, especially email marketing and social media;
Sales and/or volunteer recruitment experience;
Experience coordinating project and/or travel logistics;
Strong written and verbal communication skills, including public speaking;
Familiar with Microsoft Office Suite, Google Suite, WordPress, and basic understanding of Adobe Creative Suite products, especially InDesign; Photoshop; Spark; or similar. Basic to intermediate graphic design skills.
Experience with email creation software and/or electronic mass communication platforms;
Ability to work to deadlines and handle multiple priorities;
Ability to work a flexible schedule to meet critical business requirements and support seasonal staff as needed. This may include working outside of normal office hours.
Willingness and ability to travel state and nationwide (valid driver’s license and insurance required). Experience traveling and camping in remote locations
Compliance with HistoriCorps vaccine requirement which states that all staff are fully vaccinated against Covid-19, unless an approved religious or medical exemption has been provided.

Salary

Pay range is $50,000-$60,000 annually.

Application instructions

Contact email: [email protected]

For your application to be considered, it must include:

1) A cover letter (one page maximum) that

describes the reasons for your interest in the Workforce Manager position
includes your email address and phone number
2) A descriptive resume tailored to the position description and requirements

Submit all materials electronically to Liz Rice, Director of Workforce Engagement and Communications, Subject line: Workforce Manager Position. Questions can be submitted to Liz at [email protected]

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