Preservation Alliance of Minnesota Begins Hiring Process for Executive Director


Will O’Keefe
Communication and Programs Coordinator
651.293.9047 x2



Preservation Alliance of Minnesota Begins Hiring Process for Executive Director

Posting is open through July 30, 2012.

(St. Paul, MN – July 5, 2012) – The Preservation Alliance of Minnesota (PAM) has posted a job description for the Executive Director role and will be accepting applications through July 30, 2012. This is an exciting opportunity to help guide the future of the preservation movement in Minnesota and work with a dedicated staff to achieve the goals of the organization.

PAM is seeking an Executive Director who will provide strategic vision, creative leadership, fundraising and general management for a dynamic statewide historic preservation nonprofit. The successful candidate will build on the past successes of the organization, expand reach and influence statewide, as well as broaden support for PAM and its programs. PAM has a number of prosperous programs including: the Minnesota Preservation Awards, recognizing successful preservation projects large and small from around the state; the Minnesota Main Street program, which provides participating local Main Street organizations with the training, tools, information, and networking they need to be successful in their downtown revitalization efforts; and Field Services program, which provides information and guidance to local advocates in their attempts to save places that matter to them.

The Preservation Alliance of Minnesota has worked to expand the network of historic preservation supporters throughout the state. As a membership organization, PAM represents thousands of voices statewide, spreading the message that preservation is a positive for the economy, for community development and for the environment.

The job description can be found at


About the Preservation Alliance of Minnesota

The Preservation Alliance of Minnesota is the only statewide, private, non-profit organization advocating for the preservation of Minnesota’s historic resources. PAM was established in 1981 by citizens concerned about the loss of irreplaceable segments of our state’s heritage: structures, neighborhoods, community fabric.

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