The National Corvette Museum, one of the few premier car museums in the country, celebrates the invention of the Corvette; preserves its past, present, and future; and educates the public about this American icon. The Museum houses more than 80 Corvette models and one-of-a-kind concept cars spanning the history of this legendary automobile, as well as thousands of Corvette-related photos, movies and videos, advertisements, scale models and rare memorabilia. The Museum seeks an accomplished, nonprofit/museum leader who has a compelling vision for the power of informal learning environments. This individual is a curious, lifelong learner who is passionate about customer and member engagement. S/He will be a tireless advocate for the Museum’s mission and inspire others to support the institution’s outcomes and success. The successful candidate will provide leadership and support to the Board, staff, donors and other constituents in achieving the Museum’s mission and goals and be effective in leading and managing change as the institution’s needs and dynamics change. This is a high profile, high-energy position, requiring a dynamic individual who is comfortable working collaboratively with a variety of constituents and interests and representing the Museum as the face of the organization. The CEO must embody the highest ethical standards and demonstrate a commitment to the mission and values of the Museum.
This person will possess sound business acumen to establish goals and quantifiable objectives; run a fiscally sustainable institution; support and develop a strong management team that executes a strategic plan to grow the institution’s impact; and be accountable for the institution’s results. S/He will have the ability to build strong and sustainable relationships that translate into successful collaborations, impactful partnerships, and demonstrable fundraising results. This individual enjoys cultivating donors and raising funds; demonstrates an understanding of working with a strong membership base; and welcomes the opportunity to be a leader in Kentucky, regionally and nationally. The successful candidate has a passion for people, will inspire others to support the Museum’s mission, and understands the opportunity to transform lives through exciting, entertaining and innovative approaches to sharing the history and future of Corvette.
To apply, submit a current resume and letter of introduction to Kittleman & Associates, LLC at https://www.kittlemansearch.com/news/current-searches/national-corvette-museum-/
For more information about the Museum, visit https://www.corvettemuseum.org/
A bachelor’s degree is required; a master’s degree is preferred.