Deadline: Jul 29, 2019 - 11:45 pm
Reporting to the Managing Director, Artistic Program Planning, this position is accountable for the planning, promotion, delivery and evaluation of visual arts programming.
- Works with the Director, Visual Arts on the planning and design of arts programming;
- Manages all relevant and necessary stakeholders to advance the co-creation and/or design and implementation of programs;
- Communicates and manages overall goals and objectives, key milestones and outcomes, and evaluation with both internal and external stakeholders over the lifetime of programs within the coordinated program plan;
- Project management of all programs and program events, including recruitment strategies;
- Manages assigned program budgets, resource allocation (people, materials, agendas, places, partners, technology) and deliverables;
- Works closely with Program Operations to ensure the successful delivery of programs and successful performance management and mentorship of program team members;
- Develops and maintains professional, informed working relationships with faculty, participants, and relevant stakeholders;
- Acts as host for programs and ensures a significant presence throughout the program lifecycle;
- Ensures measurement and tracking of project impact and the careful analysis of this information in a timely manner, for both on-going improvement, and for funder related reporting;
- Oversight of application, adjudication and notification process.
Qualification and Educational Requirements
- 5+ years of proven program/project management experience, preferably within a creative or educational environment;
- University degree in an arts discipline, or related area of study;
- Strong multidisciplinary visual arts background including experience working with artists;
- Solid administration skills with an understanding of program and event marketing, promotion and production;
- Exceptional organizational and project management skills;
- Energetic self-starter who can work autonomously and within a team;
- Superior communication and interpersonal (tact, diplomacy, influence etc.) skills are essential;
- The ability to formulate long and short range goals, while anticipating and responding to flexible program needs;
- Applies good management principles in an artistic environment;
- Visual Arts program management and production experience preferred.
Employment Terms and Application Process
- Working 40 hours per week, the annual salary is between $67,000-$72,000 commensurate with qualifications and experience.
- This is a term position ending September 7, 2020.
We are accepting applications for the Program Manager, Visual Arts until 11:59pm MT on July 29, 2019.