Current Opportunities at the Abbe Museum
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR AND SENIOR PARTNER WITH WABANAKI NATIONS
The Executive Director and Senior Partner with Wabanaki Nations supports the Abbe’s vision to review, revise, and implement ongoing strategies that facilitate the mission and goals of decolonizing. They work in partnership with the Board of Trustees and the tribally-appointed Native Advisory Council to establish operational objectives that support the strategic planning. The main responsibilities of the Executive Director and Senior Partner with Wabanaki Nations are to:
• Manage the Abbe’s staff, operations, business, and facilities
• Lead development efforts for the museum, including a capital campaign, ongoing fundraising, and grant-seeking programs that meet goals established by the Board
• Lead development of relationships with Indigenous/First Nations/Native communities, pursuing new opportunities for collaboration and partnerships
• Serve as an ambassador for the Abbe, sustaining active involvement in regional and national museum organizations.
The Executive Director and Senior Partner with Wabanaki Nations works at the Abbe’s Bar Harbor headquarters during standard business hours. Evening and weekend activities are not uncommon. Some travel is required, within our region and beyond. The Executive Director and Senior Partner with Wabanaki Nations reports to the Board of Trustees.