Career Services - Site Superintendent III


Site Superintendent III

Job posted on February 14, 2019

Contact Information

Organization: Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site

Contact Person: Matt Migala

30 Ramey Street
Collinsville, Illinois 62234

Phone Number: 618.346.5161


Job Description

Full time position. (State of Illinois-Natural Resources). Duties/Essential Functions: Under direction of the Division Manager of Historic Sites, manages all phases of the operations of the Cahokia Mounds Historic Site which has an annual visitor rate of over 400,000; acts as full-line supervisor over site staff (13 full time staff members and volunteer support staff of more than 225) engaged in site maintenance, security, interpretive, and other site program activities; supervises and participate in the preparation of sites operation and financial records and reports; prepares and monitors permanent and capital improvement projects and develops work plans; conducts research and implements interpretive programs for visitors and guests; establishes and maintains effective working relationships with interest groups, individuals and other government representatives, implements media information with agency personnel and represents agency as speaker at civic organizations or public event; plans, coordinates and implements site activities and develops programs related to site; manages and care for site collections, artifacts and equipment. Minimum Requirements: Requires minimum education equivalent to a bachelors degree in archaeology, anthropology, history management, business or public administration with courses in public administration, archaeology/anthropology and history. Requires five years of progressively responsible administrative experience managing an historic site, museum or archaeological resource. Requires extensive knowledge of 1. Historic site/museum administration, principles and practices; 2. Native American culture; 3. Archaeology/anthropology methodology; 4. Agency programs and service objectives activities, and operational systems; 5. Staff utilization and employee motivation; 6. Labor and employment development; 7. Agency policies and procedures. Requires ability to: 1. Analyze administrative problems and adopt an effective course of action; 2. Exercise judgement and discretion in developing, implementing, and interpreting departmental policies and procedures; 3. Estimate and budget for future needs and cost of personnel, space, equipment, supplies and services; 4. Develop and maintain cooperative working relationships. How to APPLY: Please go to the link above and follow directions.
Application Deadline: February 20, 2019


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