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Historic Sites Operations Supervisor, NC Historic Sites

Vacancy exists for the position of Deputy Director for the Division of State Historic Sites and Properties.  The deputy director is the chief internal manager of the Division of State Historic Sites and Properties, providing administrative and managerial leadership in directing the field operations of 22 state historic sites throughout North Carolina. This position supervises 2 regional supervisors- each managing multiple sites in specific geographical regions. Develops, implements, and evaluates internal training programs that equip field staff to meet established program goals and objectives, and recommends external training. Works with the division director and other staff to establish priorities, develop budget recommendations, determine staffing/equipment needs at sites, and assists in monitoring budget activities. Oversees performance management at the 22 historic sites and hires, coaches, and disciplines employees as required. Assists the director in management of the  entire division, including strategic planning, site development, and the planning, administration, and evaluation of goals, policies and procedures. Serves as acting director in the director's absence and represents the division to other departmental/state officials, media, non-profit support groups at sites, and professional associations.

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Expiration: 11/16/15










News and Resources

The deadline for applying to JIMI 2016 has been extended to Friday, 6 November 2016?  Application details can be found using this link:

New Job Listings: Historic Sites Operations Supervisor, NC Historic Sites

NCMC 2016 Annual Meeting call for session proposals is now underway and now online!  Click here for further details to submit a session for the 2016 Annual meeting in Winston Salem.

Thanks for attending the 2015 Annual Conference in Durham!  NCMC would like to thank all of the vendors that supported the conference this year.  We also have the Award winners, and the student scolarship winners.  NCMC will be in Winston Salem for the 2016 Annual Conference!

NCMC funds internship opportunity at Asheville Art Museum

2014 NCMC Special Announcement: NCMC's Advocacy for State Historical Sites

The Religion in North Carolina Digital Collection Mini-Grants for Research in 2014–2015 The Duke Divinity School Library is pleased to announce a special funding opportunity for researchers. A limited number of mini-grants ($500–$1000 each) will be awarded on a competitive basis to support original projects utilizing The Religion in North Carolina Digital Collection.
Flyer(PDF) Application(PDF)

Museums in a Minute
With excellent museums and galleries in every region of North Carolina, it’s easy to make a museum stop part of your travel plans. The Museums in a Minute series shares with you a variety of art collections to experience with family and friends. Whether you’re looking for European or American Art, the art of ancient civilizations, contemporary art, folk art, studio craft, works by artists from our state or from around the world, Museums in a Minute shows you where to find it. Let Museums in a Minute be your guide to experiencing rich collections of art that are just a car trip away!

Special Announcement: submitting material to Muse.News announcement

Updated NCMC By-Laws, 2012

Find a Museum by County has been updated thanks to a great NCMC supporter!

Interested in becoming a FOCoS consultant?

Does your institution need help organizing, managing, and preserving the special collections that document North Carolina’s history and culture? The North Carolina State Archives can help through its Traveling Archivist Program (TAP). The application and instructions are available online on the North Carolina State Archives website.

The Triangle Area Cultural Resources Emergency Network (TACREN) announces the launch of a disaster hot line for area cultural organizations to call when a disaster damages their collections. More info at the TACREN site..