The Washington Trust for Historic Preservation is Hiring!
The Washington Trust for Historic Preservation is hiring TWO positions: a Preservation Programs Director and a Communciations Coordinator.
The Preservation Programs Director will manage all preservation programming and place-based advocacy for the Washington Trust, including the Washington’s Most Endangered Places program, multiple grant programs, a property easements program, public education programming, and technical preservation support.
The Communications Coordinator will spearhead strategy and implementation for all communications of the Washington Trust for Historic Preservation in order to consistently articulate the mission and goals of the organization. In all messaging, the Communications Coordinator will be responsible for maintaining a cohesive organizational voice and ensuring broad accessibility for a myriad of audiences to the Washington Trust’s work.
About the Washington Trust for Historic Preservation
As Washington’s only statewide, nonprofit historic preservation organization, the Washington Trust is dedicated to saving the places that matter in Washington State and to promoting sustainable and economically viable communities through historic preservation. We work to build a statewide ethic that preserves Washington’s historic places through advocacy, education, collaboration, and stewardship.
We Are People-Centered. As we approach our work, we will listen to the needs of local communities and adapt our work to the moment.