Historic Site Administrator CV Template


Any place has historic sites that reflect its proud history and require protection and promotion to the public, especially local and foreign tourists.  Historic sites are recognized by a historic commission or international organizations such as the United Nations and may be in the form of buildings, artworks like sculptures, or natural wonders.  A historic site administrator plays a significant role for such purpose.

Historic Site Administrator CV Template

Christine Fidler

North Street

St. Andrews, KY15 9AJ

Phone:  123-4567-8901

cfidler@yahoo.com

Objective

Efficient and industrious professional in the field of administration is looking for a job as a historic site administrator to maximize passion for history and cultural heritage while gaining more knowledge and experience.


Summary of Qualification

  • Possess two years of experience working as a historic site administrator.
  • Exceptional interpersonal and social skills.
  • Highly skilled in negotiation and persuasion.
  • Excellent skill in written and oral communication.
  • Vast knowledge about national and world history.

Career Experience/Job History

2008 – Present:  Historic Site Administrator, St. Andrews Government

  • Manage the operation of historic sites and work for the preservation and restoration of sites.
  • Search and solicit for funding in maintaining historic sites.
  • Talk to noted historians and other experts in the field of history to fully document and verify the significance and background of historic sites.
  • Ensure the protection of historic sites by establishing a security system and coordinating with concerned agencies in implementing protective policies.
  • Promote the historic sites by contracting groups and individuals to create brochures, flyers, and other promotional materials for historic sites.

Education

2003 – 2007:  Bachelor of Arts in History, St. Andrews University

Professional reference will be furnished upon request.

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