The Opportunity. We are seeking a creative leader to advance the public experience at Naumkeag. Apply your passion for architecture, landscape design, gardening and hospitality to build a community which will support and celebrate one of Massachusetts’ most cherished historic properties.
What We Do. The Trustees of the Reservations was founded in 1891, is one of Massachusetts’ largest non-profits, and is the nation’s first conservation and preservation organization. To date, the Trustees has protected more than 50,000 acres, including 26,000+ acres on 117 reservations that are all open to the public. We are a nonprofit conservation organization funded and supported entirely by our visitors, supporters, volunteers, and more than 60,000 member households.
Join Us. With its gracious 44 room house, magnificent gardens, and panoramic views, Naumkeag is a quintessential country estate of the Gilded Age that creates an unforgettable experience for visitors. The Naumkeag Public Programming and Events Manager is a unique opportunity for a creative leader to establish a cohesive set of programs that increases visitation and delivers premier educational and visitor experiences.
Our ideal Candidate. The successful candidate will be an energetic professional who has successfully worn many hats.
Enhance the Naumkeag Visitor Experience
Grow Visitation and Program Participation
Implement New Events and Programs
Salary commensurate with the position.
Medical, Dental and Vision insurance, with employer premium contributions ranging from 75% - 85% based on plan level.
Traditional and Roth 401K Retirement accounts available for employees to contribute to upon hire and a 5% employer match after one year of employment.
Three weeks of vacation time in the first year of employment, as well as 10 sick days, two personal days, 12 Holidays and one floating holiday per year. Four weeks of Paid Parental Leave following the birth or adoption of a child, after one year of employment.
Day of Service: employees take one regular work day per year to travel to another property to help with a specific project.
Day of Wonder: employees take one regular work day to explore a Trustees property.
Discounts and access to properties equivalent to a family membership to The Trustees.