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Specialist, American Indian Site Programming

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Ohio History ConnectionPeebles, OH
Full-time
  • The Ohio History Connection, formerly the Ohio Historical Society, is a statewide history organization with the mission to spark discovery of Ohio's stories.
  • Chartered in 1885, the OHC carries out history services for Ohio and its citizens focused on preserving and sharing the state's history.
  • This includes housing the state historic preservation office, the official state archives, local history office and managing more than 50 sites and museums across Ohio.
  • We are currently seeking a Specialist, American Indian Site Programming to lead the strategy, building, and execution of American Indian-focused programming at our World Heritage eligible American Indian earthwork sites (Serpent Mound, Fort Ancient, Newark Earthworks).
  • The Specialist will work in consultation and collaboration with federally recognized American Indian Tribal Nations with historic ties to Ohio for the benefit of Tribal citizens, K-12 students, and the general public.
  • This position is based primarily at Serpent Mound and Fort Ancient; includes remote work, occasional work from Ohio History Center in Columbus, or other sites as needed.
  • Expanding American Indian voices and perspectives in programming.
  • Deepening participation of Tribal Nations with historic ties to Ohio.
  • Developing multi-site programming leveraging resources, expertise, and Tribal engagement across sites.
  • Developing a clear strategy and timeline for revising existing programs, building new programs, and developing special event or short-term programming.
  • Building site-based experiences and programs with and for historic Ohio Tribal Nations.
  • Building relationships with American Indian site-based educational programming experts across the country.
  • Bachelor's degree in public history, education, history, anthropology, American Indian studies or a related subject, or equivalent work experience.
  • Experience developing, in collaboration with Tribal experts, educational programming on American Indian histories and cultures experts for K-12 audiences, Tribal audiences, and the general public.
  • Knowledge of best practices in site-based educational programming.
  • Acumen in program strategy and budget.
  • Knowledge of and demonstrated experience with diverse American Indian histories, tribal protocols, customs, traditions, and cultures.
  • Demonstrated experience training adult learners/colleagues.
  • Demonstrated ability to think strategically.
  • Exceptional listening, communication, and public presentation skills.
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