The Director has primary responsibility for the development of exhibitions and programs, the museum’s care and operation, the interpretation of the buildings and site, the collections and historical legacy, the preservation and improvement of the two buildings that make up the Hull-House (one a National Landmark and the other a Chicago Landmark), and the future expansion of the Museum. The Director communicates the significance of Jane Addams and her associates to the campus community, the neighborhood, the residents of the City of Chicago, and national and international publics. The Director is responsible for the care of artifacts, photographs, documents, and oral histories that comprise the Jane Addams Memorial Collection and other material relating to Jane Addams, the Hull-House, and the Settlement House Movement. Finally, s/he will hire, train, and supervise the staff and volunteers who contribute to the efficient operation and future growth of the museum, and coordinate programs with other institutions.
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