Outside of the museum housing cultural and historic artifacts are surviving historic structures and edifices that have been identified and officially recognized by the government or world bodies like the UNESCO as protected sites. A competent Historic Site Administrator is assigned to oversee and administer government funding to preserve and manage a historically protected site. The Historic Site Administrator often works with the academe, civic organizations, and government historic commissions to raise augmenting funds, launch commemorative events and oversee public tours to the sites being administered.
Sample Historic Site Administrator CV Template
Sophia F. Hayden
Holborn St., London
To be an Historic Site Administrator for a major historic site in the lower London county
1999 – Present: Historic Site Administrator, London Historic Commission
- Oversee preservation and restoration of historic structures such as homes of historic personages, landmarks and historic government edifices.
- Coordinate with archeologists, anthropologists, museum curators and history professors in authenticating historical information.
- Implement the security measures against vandalism and unauthorized entry.
- Develop program brochures about the historic sites in print or online.
- Oversee commemoration events involving the site administered.
1994 – 1999: Assistant Museum Curator, Lancaster History Museum
- Assist the Curator in handling museum artifacts
- Coordinate with the academe in authenticating artifacts.
- Extensive experience in handling historic artifacts
- Excellent oral and written communication skills
- Completed the documentation and publication of the Site’s centennial history
- Discovered new unpublished post war political manuscripts
2003 – 2995: MBA, Cambridge University
1990 – 1994: BS in Archeology, University of Aston, Birmingham
To be furnished upon request