President & CEO
Heritage Conservancy is seeking a new President to lead, empower, and mentor a dedicated team of about 20 professionals in a fiscally and operationally sound organization. The President will report to the Board of Directors and will serve as Heritage Conservancy’s external voice and as ambassador of its mission and vision. Together with the Board and staff, she/he will articulate, drive, and implement the strategic plan of Heritage Conservancy. Primary responsibilities include:
- Lead and expand fundraising with the long-term goal of increasing Heritage Conservancy’s endowment to ensure future financial security and the ability to provide stewardship of entrusted entities in perpetuity.
- Manage the fiscal health of the organization by creating revenue streams from properties, through contract services, and by soliciting grants and overseeing the annual budget and cash flow processes.
- Take an active role in the professional conservation/land trust community.
Heritage Conservancy is seeking the services of an experienced Property Manager to serve on a part-time basis (18-24 hours weekly) to oversee the care and maintenance of several of our properties, located predominately in Bucks County. The goal is to assure that the real estate assets owned or controlled by the Conservancy are maintained at the highest level and that any and all tenants receive prompt, courteous and efficient services. A community-based organization for over 64 years, Heritage Conservancy is dedicated to the preservation and protection of significant open spaces, natural resources, and our historic heritage.
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See the Volunteer section of our website for ongoing opportunities, or contact Liz Barmach at 215-345-7020 ext. 105.