The Executive Director is responsible for fulfilling the Museum’s mission and financial objectives by providing leadership and creative vision for the planning, growth, and administration of all Museum operations. The Executive Director directs innovative efforts to enhance the museum’s fiscal status.The Executive Director serves as the Museum’s primary liaison, promoting a positive image of the Museum in all interactions and activities; works closely with the Museum Board of Directors to develop and implement strategic goals and objectives; plans and manages the business and financial affairs of the Museum and coordinates the work of staff and committees. The Executive Director works to maintain and enhance the partnership with the City of Columbus and its various departments.-
Reports to: Port Columbus Civil War Naval Center, Inc. Board of Directors
About Port Columbus -- The Civil War Naval Museum:
Located in historic Columbus, Georgia on the Chattahoochee Intra-Coastal Waterway, Port Columbus is the only museum in the world dedicated to telling the complete Naval story of the American Civil War.
From the ironclads to steam and sailing ships to the first successful submarines, Port Columbus has gone to great extent to raise, recover and preserve the military and technological advances of the American Civil War Navies.