Change Agent Wanted - Make a difference! Join our incredible team to help spark excitement in architecture, history and design.
We are a growing nonprofit organization based in Chicago's flourishing South Loop. We offer our employees full health coverage, scheduling flexibility, and the opportunity to enrich people's lives.
The Organization: Glessner House is a globally recognized National Historic Landmark that is undergoing exciting growth and change. We serve our guests through a dynamic array of public programs and are the proud stewards of the last remaining H. H. Richardson building in Chicago.
We are known for our extraordinary Arts & Crafts collection, our painstaking restorations, and the quality and depth of our programming.
We have recently adopted a new strategic plan and mission, and are about to implement the results of new fundraising and audience development research and planning.
Our stunning 19th century fully restored mansion is home to dozens of tours, events, classes, lectures, concerts, celebrations and more.
We strive to inspire people to enrich their lives through experiencing the power of architecture, design and cultural history.
The Position: We're looking for a Deputy Director.
We offer health and vision insurance, vacation and sick leave, and contribute to our employees' retirement plans.
We also offer a hard-working supportive environment that welcomes your ideas and abilities.
Oversee events manager, visitor services manager, building coordinator
Manage benefits and HR functions, and administrative procedures
Direct house maintenance and use
Manage office technology
Collaborate with executive director, board, and staff to implement our current strategic plan
The Location: Glessner House is based in the South Loop of Chicago, a dynamic and rapidly developing neighborhood that is served by multiple bus and train lines.
Why Should You Apply?
You want a:
Great small team environment
Chance to help an organization grow to meet its goals for relevance, visibility, partnerships, preservation, and quality
Job with a wide variety of responsibilities
Place that values people, excellence, learning, respect and integrity
How to Apply:
Write a cover letter telling us why you want to work at Glessner House, and how your background and skills will help Glessner House evolve to meet its goals
Email your cover letter and your resume to Michele Rudnick at firstname.lastname@example.org
This job will be open until filled. To learn more about Glessner House visit our website: glessnerhouse.org.
Five years' experience in a management position with a small nonprofit
Demonstrated ability to successfully manage multiple responsibilities with grace and good humor
Willingness to take on tasks ranging from strategic planning to changing lightbulbs, and from improving operational efficiencies to setting up tables and chairs
About Glessner House
Glessner House is an internationally-known architectural treasure completed in 1887 and located in Chicago’s South Loop. Welcoming tens of thousands of guests annually, Glessner House sparks excitement in architecture, history, and design through an extensive schedule of tours, lectures, performances, and events which explore and celebrate the house, its family and its preservation.