The Guam Preservation Trust is seeking qualification statements and resumes for professional individuals interested in the position of:
The Guam Preservation Trust will consider applications from individuals with a demonstrated broad knowledge of Historic Preservation/Archaeology and comprehensive knowledge of Guam’s heritage. Copies of the Qualifications and the Position Description may be obtained with prior arrangements by calling the office at 472-9439/40 or the GPT website https://guampreservationtrust.org
Submissions must be delivered to the Guam Preservation Trust office or may be sent electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The deadline for submissions is no later than 4:00 p.m., June 28, 2021.
Below is more information regarding the job position:
Job Title: Program Officer
Purpose of the position: To assist the administration of the Guam Preservation Trust including planning, programming, and community relations.
- Assist the Chief Program Officer in the planning and development of policies for the Trust;
- Assist in the process for all projects/programs;
- Other related duties as needed to ensure effective planning for all areas of the Trust.
- Assist in the management of the Trust’s grant programs;
- Participate in reviewing grant proposals for recommendation(s) to the Trust’s Grants Committee;
- Monitors grantee budget and program progress;
- Reviews grantee reports and make recommendations to the Chief Program Officer as necessary;
- Works with the Chief Program Officer to develop and submit grant proposals to fund the Trust’s programs and projects;
- Other related duties as needed to ensure program effectiveness.
- Develops and implements outreach strategies to promote the Trust’s programs and projects;
- Develops and revises program publications, including the Trust’s website, as necessary;
- Identifies other promotional opportunities, and engages in other promotional outreach efforts as requested.
- Bachelor’s degree required; master’s degree preferred.
- Knowledge of Guam’s history
- Experience in archaeology/historic preservation
- Experience in Federal Section 106 Mandates and Procedures
- Experience in a professional environment, including program management.
- Excellent writing skills;
- Excellent computer skills including word processing, spread sheets, and databases;
- Excellent interpersonal and communications skills; and
- Ability to organize and process large volumes of work under tight deadlines.
Decision making: Uses judgment and discretion in assessing and scheduling work priorities; able to operate independently and structure own work.
Supervision Exercised: Contractors, grantees, volunteers, and interns.
Supervision Received: Works under the general supervision of the Chief Program Officer.
Internal/External Contacts: Internal contacts as staff level with Chief Program Officer, Administrative Services Coordinator, Program Officer, contract employees, volunteers & interns, and GPT Board Members, External contacts include Historic Resource Division, Department of Parks and Recreation and stakeholders.