The Historic Site Administrator is the equivalent of a museum curator except that the work involves looking after a surviving historic landmark that has been identified as a national heritage and under preservations. These sites can include old government buildings, residences of past presidents and noted historic personages as well as war memorials. The site administrator manages the preservation as well as any school or tourists visits for purposes of education of fund raising.
Historic Site Administrator CV Format
Hayden F. Mayers
Live Oak St., Dallas, Texas
Phone: (214) 089-5465
To be assigned as Historic Site Administrator for a historic war memorial landmark in the state of California after transferring residence
1993 – Present: Historic Site Administrator, Historic Commission,
- Coordinate with civic organization, foundations and museums in securing funds for the restoration and preservation of site identified as a national heritage.
- Oversee the restoration, preservation and administration of historic structures in the State of Texas
- Coordinate with university professors on history and archeology as well as museum curators and archivists to verify artifacts found in historic sites to establish authenticity.
- Implement the appropriate security measures against unauthorized entry and vandalism in protected sites.
- Develop informational brochures about assigned historic sites in print or online.
- Manage administration budgets as approved.
Skills and Qualification
- Extensive experience in handling historic artifacts
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
Commended by historic commission in 2006 for effectively restoring the Roosevelt residence
2002 – 2004: MBA, Yale University
1990 – 1993: BS in Archeology, University of Phoenix, Brookfield campus.
Professional and Character References
To be furnished upon request