Friday, May 17, 2013

Employment Opportunity: Director & CEO at Hill-Stead Museum

Hill-Stead Museum, a National Historic Landmark located in Farmington, CT, is accredited by the American Alliance of Museums.  The museum was incorporated in 1946 in accordance with the will of Theodate Pope Riddle, the pioneering architect who designed the Colonial Revival-style house to showcase the Impressionist masterpieces by Monet, Degas and others, sculptures, ceramics, numerous works on paper and Japanese woodblock prints collected by her father.  The extraordinary, intact collection and interiors constitute an ongoing blockbuster exhibition! Outside, stately trees, a pond, seasonal gardens and more than 3 miles of stone walls and woodland trails accent the 152-acre landscape.  Programs include house and garden tours, Sunken Garden Poetry Festival, gallery talks, lectures, curriculum-based school activities, nature activities and studies, seasonal farmers’ markets, concerts and writing workshops.    

Hill-Stead’s new director & CEO will have experience leading and managing in an environment of limited financial resources.  S/he will articulate a clear, realistic vision for the future and communicate that vision in ways that inspire and motivate others to become involved, donate money and other resources, and visit and participate in programs.  The new leader will successfully build on Hill-Stead’s many strengths to make it a thriving, inclusive institution.

For more information about Hill-Stead, please visit  For the complete position profile and application guidelines, please visit


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