[listing expires 4/17/2021]
Organization Name: NC Department of Natural and Cultural Resources
Organization Website: www.ncdcr.gov
The Deputy Secretary of the Office of Archives and History provides managerial and professional work directing divisions/programs within the Office of Archives and History, North Carolina Department of Natural and Cultural Resources. The position reports directly to the Department Secretary and involves high level policy review and policy making decisions. Further, the position is critical in the development of strategic plans for Divisions and the Department. The selected candidate will be responsible for directing six divisions composed of an overall workforce of approximately 650 permanent and 150 temporary employees throughout the state. Work involves overseeing significant programs that include archives and records management; historical publications; historic preservation; archaeology; state history museums; and state historic sites, including Tryon Palace and Battleship North Carolina. Other responsibilities include general supervision of immediate division staff, operations, budgets, human resources, planning, program development, and information dissemination about programs and policies to constituents. The Deputy Secretary has considerable contact with state and local government officials, stakeholders, the public, and national and state-level historical organizations. The Deputy Secretary of the Office of Archives and History serves as the North Carolina State Historian, North Carolina State Historic Preservation Officer and oversees the State's archaeology and historic preservation program in accordance with the Historic Preservation Act of 1966. The position also serves as Secretary for the North Carolina. Historical Commission and as the Chair of the State Historical Records Advisory Board.
Hiring Salary Range: $77,224 - $147,078