The Director of History and Records/Presbyterian Historical Executive Director is responsible for all operations and programs of the Presbyterian Historical Society (PHS). This person is responsible for collecting, preserving, interpreting and sharing the story of American Presbyterianism with mid councils, congregations, and individuals. This position calls for a person with mature faith in Jesus Christ and an enthusiastic commitment to the mission program of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) as noted in its theological confessions, the Book of Order, and the actions of the General Assembly.
This person will need an understanding of the ethos of the non-profit world and skill in nurturing a teamwork environment at many different levels including OGA colleagues, COGA, PHS Board members, donors, and PHS staff. The incumbent must have a passion for PHS, its mission to serve PC(U.S.A.) and the broader community.
The Director fosters the understanding of and research into the broader and more diverse histories of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) as efforts continue to dismantle white supremacy, sexism and racism in the PC(U.S.A.). Functioning as the hub of communication, the Director works to keep all stakeholders informed and connected.
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