[Heritage] Oregon Heritage News 2017-03-16

INFO Heritage * OPRD Heritage.Info at oregon.gov
Thu Mar 16 12:44:48 PDT 2017


1. Call for Oregon Heritage Mentors!
2. Oregon SHPO internship closes March 27
3. Three job opportunities
4. Oregon State Archives exhibit featuring the Oregon Beach Bill
5. New IMLS grant for museum professional development


CALL FOR OREGON HERITAGE MENTORS!

Oregon Heritage MentorCorps is looking for additions to its team to help heritage organizations protect Oregon's treasures! Those trained in collections, interpretation, and nonprofit management in museums, libraries and archives are encouraged to apply. Mentors assist organizations in their region by providing advice, resources and planning assistance for projects related to collections, archives, administration, programs, exhibits, and more. Benefits for Mentors include networking with other mentors across the state and with organization in their region, mileage reimbursement, all-expense paid annual training, resume building experience, and most importantly, being a part of Oregon Heritage's statewide heritage preservation goals. The next MentorCorps training will be held on April 26 in coordination with the Oregon Heritage Summit<http://www.oregon.gov/oprd/HCD/OHC/Pages/Conference.aspx>. Visit http://www.oregon.gov/oprd/HCD/OHC/Pages/C2C.aspx to view a full Mentor Job Description<http://www.oregon.gov/oprd/HCD/OHC/docs/2016Heritage_Mentor_Description%209-21.pdf> or to apply<http://www.oregon.gov/oprd/HCD/OHC/docs/2016MentorCorpsApp.pdf>. For more information contact Katie Henry at katie.henry at oregon.gov<mailto:katie.henry at oregon.gov> or (503) 986-0671.

OREGON SHPO INTERNSHIP CLOSES MARCH 27

The Oregon State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO), part of Oregon Heritage within the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department, is recruiting an intern(s) to assist with several historic preservation projects and other related work from June -September 2017.

Preference will be given to graduate students in programs related to historic preservation or have a historic preservation emphasis. Coursework or practical experience in conducting architectural surveys and preparing nominations to the National Register of Historic Places is desired. Selected interns will work closely together to assist with several historic preservation projects, including reconnaissance and intensive level architectural surveys, National Register nominations, façade design assistance, public presentations to interested parties, Certified Local Government meetings and reviews, historic property site visits, Section 106 processes and other preservation projects, both as a way to assist the SHPO in its duties and to expose the intern to a variety of SHPO programs. Work includes actual projects to be completed to further SHPO programs and preservation in Oregon.

The selected intern must be able to travel daily to the SHPO in Salem to work on projects and have a flexible schedule that accommodates occasional overnight travel in other areas of the state. Experience using databases and photography is highly preferred. Research and writing skills are also highly desirable.

Compensation is $13.72 per hour, up to 480 hours. Per Diem for overnight travel includes lodging, transportation and meals. For more information and/or application instructions contact Katie.Henry at oregon.gov<mailto:Katie.Henry at oregon.gov> or (503) 986-0671. Application deadline is March 27, 2017.

THREE JOB OPPORTUNITIES

Education Coordinator for Friends of Historic Champoeg, part-time
Friends of Historic Champoeg is looking to fill a part-time education coordination position for the Champoeg Promise Program. Pay rate is competitive and depends upon work experience. Work hours are flexible and negotiable based on needs of the non-profit organization and needs of the employee. Some weekend and evening meetings are required.

The coordinator will manage and coordinate all aspects of the education program which include over 4000 students per season which runs from March through mid-June and also September-November at Champoeg State Park. Essential skills include organizational skills, verbal and written skills, staff management skills, interpersonal skills, experiential teaching skills, program management skills, and proficiency in Microsoft Office.

See program descriptions at www.champoeg.org.

Send resume to president at champoeg.org or to
Friends of Historic Champoeg
8239 Champoeg Road NE, St. Paul, Oregon 97137
Attention: President, FHC Board of Directors.

Closing date is March 21, 2017.

Marketing Manager for Restore Oregon, part-time (24 hours/week)
Background information:  Restore Oregon is a statewide 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded in 1977 and a partner of the National Trust for Historic Preservation.  Our mission is to preserve, reuse, and pass forward the historic places that make our communities livable and sustainable.  Our office environment is suited to self-directed, positive, entrepreneurial individuals who are collaborative, adept at multi-tasking in a fast-paced environment, and possess a contagious enthusiasm for saving historic places.

Role:  The primary responsibility of the Marketing Manager is to ensure effective communication that builds awareness of and active support for Restore Oregon in the public and policy arenas, enabling the organization to achieve its fund raising goals and fulfill its mission.  This role is executed in close coordination with the Executive Director and Development Director.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:  Marketing Strategy & Execution, Public Relations, Digital and Social Media, Membership & Fundraising Support, General.

Skills required: Exceptional writing skills; ability to tell the stories of historic places and reach new audiences in an engaging and compelling way, working with media and successful story pitching, experience working with a marketing/creative agency and other outside consultants, experience managing to a budget, project management, vendor management, professionalism, organization and planning, strong proficiency in Microsoft Office, Photoshop, Illustrator, Publisher, WordPress; some proficiency in HTML; experience with contact management software (preferably Salesforce), and Google/social media analytics.

Physical requirements:  Ability to read a computer monitor, able to sit at a desk for extended periods of time, move about an office, travel in a car for extended periods of time, occasional overnight travel.

Education & background requirements:  4-year degree in marketing, communications or related field, track record of generating measurable results in the form of public awareness and engagement, media placements, and social media conversion.  Experience in a small entrepreneurial and/or non-profit organization, a strong plus.

For more information visit www.restororegon.gov<http://www.restororegon.gov>. To apply, send a resume and salary requirements to Nicole Passert by March 31, 2017 at nicolep at restororegon.org.

Community Planner for City of Brookings
Salary Range:    $3,376 - $4,523 Per Month
Closing Date:    March 24, 2017

Duties & Responsibilities
Under the direction of the City Manager or designee, performs technical and professional land use, economic and parks planning work, including current and long range planning, and implementation of the City's Comprehensive Plan and development code. Presents projects to the Planning Commission, coordinates special projects. Park projects and planning and economic development tasks as assigned.  This position routinely works normal business hours, but may be required to attend night meetings. Most work time is spent in an office environment.

Minimum Qualifications
Minimum Bachelor's degree in Planning, Public Administration, Public Policy or related field.   An equivalent combination of education and experience enabling the incumbent to perform the essential functions of the position may be considered. Possession of, or ability to obtain, a valid Oregon Driver's License. Background check required.  The City of Brookings is an Equal Opportunity and Drug Free Employer. Application packets including a full job description may be obtained at City Hall, 898 Elk Drive, Brookings OR 97415, between the hours of 9:00am to 4:30pm Monday through Friday or at www.brookings.or.us<http://www.brookings.or.us>.

OREGON STATE ARCHIVES EXHIBIT FEATURING THE OREGON BEACH BILL

Oregon Beaches Belong to Everyone
50 years as the People's Beach

SALEM - It's the 50th anniversary of the passing of the Oregon Beach Bill, and the Oregon State Archives is celebrating! We invite you to drop in for a visit to view 54 scenic and historic beach photos spanning the 1930s to the 1970s. These images encompass a wide variety of activities enjoyed by Oregonians, ranging from horseback riding, running and playing in the surf, to hiking, camping and fishing. The exhibit is presented as a gigantic scrapbook designed to encourage photographic excursions along our beautiful coast - from Curry County to Clatsop County.

In 1913, Oregon Gov. Oswald West signed into law a bill that made the state's tidelands public highways, thereby guaranteeing unencumbered public access to the coastline. A 1966 challenge to this law exposed a flaw in the bill which protected only the wet sands as being publicly owned. Gov. Tom McCall took up the mantle to bring public awareness of this loophole. The flaw was corrected during the 1967 legislative session by House Bill 1601, widely known as the Oregon Beach Bill. This law finally established public ownership of the land along the Oregon coast by declaring "free and uninterrupted use of the beaches" between the low-water mark and the vegetation line. This action resulted in many of the most beautiful sea landscapes in America being protected from development. Our majestic ocean beaches are among the most popular picturesque and recreational attractions in the state. With most of the shoreline in America being privately owned, Oregon stands out with its unique public access to all our beaches. Visitors to the Oregon coast do not have to confront "No Trespassing" signs, fenced resort areas, private docks, or traverse a labyrinth of lounge chairs. There are simply vast beautiful beaches, sea treasures and ocean waters to enjoy. Our unspoiled beaches are open to all.

The untouched pristine beauty of our coast is unlike any place on Earth. The 363-mile stretch of Oregon coast will always be the People's Coast. From Fort Stevens State Park in the north to Harris Beach State Park in the south, our beautiful beaches are a tribute to Oregonians' commitment to a vigilant stewardship of an extraordinary natural environment, and it belongs to everyone.

NEW IMLS GRANT FOR MUSEUM PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Deadline: May 1, 2017
Application: The Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) for FY 2017<https://www.imls.gov/nofo/museums-empowered-fy17-notice-funding-opportunity> is now available.
Grant Amount: $5,000-$250,000
Grant Period: Up to three years
Cost Share Requirement: For applications requesting grant funding of more than $25,000, you must provide funds from non-federal sources in an amount that is equal to or greater than the amount of the request. No cost sharing is permitted for applications requesting amounts of $5,000-$25,000.

Program Overview:
Museums for America (MFA) grants support projects that strengthen the ability of an individual museum to serve its public. Museums Empowered: Professional Development and Capacity Building Opportunities for Museums is a special MFA initiative to provide professional development and capacity building opportunities for eligible museums.
IMLS encourages applicants to invest in the professional development of museum staff, volunteers, and interns to enhance their skills and ensure the highest standards in all aspects of museum operations.

To support and empower museums of all sizes and disciplines in responding to the evolving needs of the museum profession and changes in their communities, this MFA special initiative has four areas of focus for professional development and capacity building:

  *   Digital Technology: training and professional development learning opportunities for museum staff to fully explore, understand and optimize the use of digital technology in museums
  *   Diversity and Inclusion: staff professional development and museum capacity building projects that explore proactive and inclusive ways to invite, connect, engage and strengthen ties with diverse communities
  *   Evaluation: training and professional development opportunities in audience research and evaluation for museum staff to help a museum expand its evaluation capacity
  *   Organizational Management: training and professional development opportunities for museum staff to learn best practices in organizational management, strategic thinking, embracing innovation and managing change in order to foster continued growth, relevancy and vitality
Potential projects will address one of these four priority areas and help strengthen the capability of an individual museum to better serve its public.

Eligibility: Museums that fulfill the eligibility criteria for museums<https://www.imls.gov/grants/apply-grant/eligibility-criteria> may apply.

Program Contacts:
If you have questions, please contact either of the staff listed below:
Mark Isaksen
Senior Program Officer
misaksen at imls.gov (link sends e-mail)<mailto:misaksen at imls.gov>
202-653-4667
Jill Connors-Joyner
Museum Program Specialist
jconnors-joyner at imls.gov (link sends e-mail)<mailto:jconnors-joyner at imls.gov>
202-653-4791
Webinars:
Learn more about museum grant programs by participating in IMLS webinars<https://www.imls.gov/news-events/events>.
A general presentation on IMLS museum grants<https://www.imls.gov/news-events/events/imls-fy2017-museum-funding-opportunities>.
FY17 Museums Empowered program webinar<https://www.imls.gov/news-events/events/museums-empowered-fy17-webinar>.


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Oregon Heritage News is a service of Oregon Heritage, a division of the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department. The news editor can be contacted at heritage.info at oregon.gov<mailto:heritage.info at oregon.gov>.

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