Fort Bend History Association
The Fort Bend History Association is an AAM-accredited organization dedicated to preserving, educating, and inspiring residents and constituents as it relates to the rich and diverse history of Fort Bend County. Formed in 1967, the FBHA delivers on this mission through its recently renovated Fort Bend Museum in Richmond, TX and the adjoining 1883 Moore Home and 1855 Long-Smith Cottage. The organization also presents a rich, living history experience at the George Ranch Historical Park, a 23,000-acre working ranch with historic homes, costumed interpreters, livestock, and hands-on activities. The FBHA administrative office is an historic property itself, the McFarlane House, also located in downtown Richmond. Other key aspects of the FBHA mission include Decker Park, DeWalt Heritage Center, and the Fort Bend Archeological Society.
The FBHA is an equal opportunity employer.
Role of the Executive Director
Continue the mission of the FBHA, leading it into a new era of leadership, growth, and financial stability ¾ building on the foundation of a revitalized museum building, broadening the organization’s scope of preservation and education, and becoming a unifying presence through a celebrated heritage, compelling exhibits, and memorable events.
Salary competitive and commensurate with experience; includes benefit package. EOE.
Fort Bend History Association Board of Trustees
Consistently and reliably fulfills these responsibilities:
10+ years of managerial or organizational leadership. Museum experience a plus but not a requirement.
Please send resumes to email@example.com
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