Nicollet County Historical Society Executive Director
The Executive Director supervises the everyday operations of the Nicollet County Historical
Society including, but not limited to, site administration (five sites), collections management,
interpretation, programming, marketing, fundraising, public relations, and fiscal management.
The Executive Director works with the NCHS board to ensure the long-term direction and
viability of the organization. S/he acts as the public face for the historical society in the
communities it serves by participating in local committees and organizations, interacting with
government officers,engaging area businesses, and working with other museum professionals.
The Executive Director is responsible for managing society finances. The Executive Director
oversees the preservation and interpretation of the Society’s permanent collections.
Minimum Qualifications - B.A. in History, English, Business, or related field experience. The
Executive Director should have management experience supervising staff and finances.
Please send letter of interest and resume with three references to Joseph (Joe) Urban at
email@example.com. Please submit all items by Friday Oct. 21, 2016.
We will miss current NCHS Executive Director Alyssa Auten, who will move out of the area following her upcoming wedding. Congratulations to Alyssa!
MALHM members will now receive a new benefit: a discount from Gaylord Archival.
Next week, members will receive a coupon code giving them a 15% on supply items and 50% off shipping on supply orders over $100. The coupon code is valid through Dec. 31, 2016. A new code will be issued for 2017.
Make sure your membership is up to date! If you don't receive an email with the discount code by Wednesday, Oct. 12, please contact us to see if your membership is current.
Membership is currently just $5 for all-volunteer organizations (or individuals) and $25 for organizations with paid staff. See our membership page for more information.
We're looking for great sessions for our 2017 Annual Meeting and Conference!
True to MALHM's motto of "peers helping peers," we are looking for people in Minnesota's local history community to share their ideas for collections, education, museum management, audience engagement and more. For details, see our Annual Conference page and click on the Call for Proposals link.
Please contact either Conference Chair Jill Wohnoutka or MALHM Coordinator Marci Matson to discuss your idea(s). Proposals are due by December 8, 2016 for the 2017 conference, which will be held April 26-27 at Chase on the Lake in Walker, MN.