Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation

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Government & Community

About Us

For over 50 years, we've believed Medora is a special place. It's our mission to preserve this place for generations and to connect people to Medora for positive, life-changing experiences.

Everything we do in Medora comes back to three, overlapping circles that guide our work: History, Education, and Entertainment. By focusing on activities that hone in on these three areas, we better complete our vision, and stay true to the tenants of our founder Harold Schafer, and the millions of people who have enjoyed Medora a family-friendly, historic and entertainment destination since 1965.

Jobs

Major Gift Officer
Category: Non-Profit and Social Services
Job Overview Reporting to the Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation Development Director, and will work closely with both the Development Director and members of the Development Team to enhance and support fundraising efforts. The Major Gifts Officer is primarily responsible for the qualification, cultivation, stewardship, and solicitation of individual prospects capable of giving in excess of ...read more
Contact: Sara Michael
Phone:(701) 623-4444
Convention Services Manager
Category: Hotel, Gaming, Leisure, and Travel
Summary/Objective   The Convention Services Manager (CSM) will manage and coordinate all conferences, meetings, and group functions of corporate and business groups as booked and contracted by the Event and Group Sales Representative.     Supervisory ResponsibilitiesThe Convention Services Manager will directly supervise the Event Services Coordinators  Seasonally the CSM will supervise 2 ...read more
Contact: Sara Michael
Phone:(701) 623-4444
Event Services Coordinator - Development & Internal Events
Category: Hotel, Gaming, Leisure, and Travel
Summary/Objective Coordinates major development and internal events for TRMF and maintains strong philanthropic relationships for TRMF through outstanding execution of events and activities. This position is based out of the Medora office with occasional travel to Bismarck & Dickinson. Duties/Responsibilities:Prepare annual calendar of major development and internal events – Rough Riders ...read more
Contact: Sara Michael
Phone:(701) 623-4444
Social Media Coordinator
Category: Marketing
Summary/Objective A successful Social Media Coordinator will be a cross platform social ninja. Content creation and brand management of Medora and the Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation is your jam. Staying ahead of trends and engagement while setting a well defined and flexible campaign plan will set up the SMC for great success. Guest engagement, influencer relationships, in town ...read more
Contact: Sara Michael
Phone:(701) 623-4444
Venues Manager
Category: Hotel, Gaming, Leisure, and Travel
Summary/Objective   The Venues Manager is responsible for managing all employees as well as all aspects of operation of Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundations (TRMF) venues and entertainment locations with a goal of achieving revenue, sales/marketing, cost control, quality measurement, staffing, employee development, and guest satisfaction results.    Duties/Responsibilities Maintains and ...read more
Contact: Sara Michael
Phone:(701) 623-4444
Golf Course Equipment Technician
Category: Skilled and Trades
Course Overview: Bully Pulpit is a nationally acclaimed 18-hole, par 72 daily fee golf course designed by Dr. Michael Hurdzan. We are located on the I-94 corridor in the Scenic and historic Badlands of North Dakota along the Little Missouri River, just 3 miles south of Historic Medora, ND. The golf course measures 7,166 yards from the Championship tees, but has four other sets to choose from. ...read more
Contact: Sara Michael
Phone:(701) 623-4444
Auto and Equipment Service Technician
Category: Automotive/Mechanics
Summary/Objective  The Auto and Equipment Service Technician will perform maintenance and repairs for assigned vehicles, landscape and grounds equipment, and farm implements.   Supervisory ResponsibilitiesNone. During peak seasons, you may supervise seasonal employees in carrying out preventive maintenance actions.   Duties/ResponsibilitiesInspect and identify autos, pickups, equipment, ...read more
Contact: Sara Michael
Phone:(701) 623-4444
Lead Groundskeeper
Category: Facilities, Maintenance, and Repair
Summary/Objective The Lead Groundskeeper maintains the Foundation’s grounds by performing landscaping tasks using power equipment and hand tools year-round; and during the peak season supervises seasonal grounds crew members.   Duties/ResponsibilitiesPlans and supervises the landscaping, including installation and maintenance of flowers, grass, rock, trees, and shrubs.Orders seeds, peat moss, ...read more
Contact: Sara Michael
Phone:(701) 623-4444
Maintenance Worker - Lodging
Category: Facilities, Maintenance, and Repair
Summary/Objective  The Maintenance Worker – Lodging will perform maintenance and repairs for assigned facilities including carpentry, plumbing, electrical, heating and cooling, and other building systems; snow removal and other seasonally appropriate actions. During April to October, weekend work is expected. Supervisory ResponsibilitiesSeasonal supervision of a small team assigned to support ...read more
Contact: Sara Michael
Phone:(701) 623-4444
General Maintenance Worker
Category: Facilities, Maintenance, and Repair
Summary/Objective  The General Maintenance Worker will perform general maintenance and repairs for assigned equipment and facilities including plumbing, electrical, carpentry, heating and cooling, and other building systems.   Supervisory Responsibilities None. During peak seasons, you may work in independent teams to accomplish the Foundation’s missions.   Duties/ResponsibilitiesInspect ...read more
Contact: Sara Michael
Phone:(701) 623-4444