Associate Director of Springville Museum of Art

July 12, 2017 - July 27, 2017
Location:Springville, UT
Salary Range:Grade 18, $50,945.97 annually
Exempt/Non-Exempt:Exempt
Benefits:Full Benefits package
Employment Type:Full Time
Department:Museum
Description:THE ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR WILL HELP TO CARRY OUT THE MISSION, POLICIES AND OBJECTIVES OF THE SPRINGVILLE MUSEUM OF ART (SMA) AND SPRINGVILLE CITY IN A PROFESSIONAL MANNER. WILL SERVE AS PART OF THE MUSEUM EXECUTIVE TEAM IN THE ROLE OF OPERATIONS, MARKETING AND DEVELOPMENT/FUNDRAISING MANAGER. THE ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR WILL ACT AS DIRECTOR OF THE MUSEUM IN THE DIRECTORíS ABSENCE.
Duties:-RESPONSIBLE FOR THE MARKETING, PUBLIC RELATIONS, AND ONLINE PRESENCE OF THE MUSEUM
-OVERSEES PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT AND PROJECT MANAGEMENT FOR MUSEUM PROGRAMS AND EXHIBITIONS
-COORDINATES FUNDRAISING PROJECTS INCLUDING GRANTS (GOVERNMENT AND PRIVATE), DONOR/STAKEHOLDER RELATIONS AND MEMBERSHIP PROGRAM
-OVERSEES INTERNAL FINANCE SYSTEMS, INCLUDING PROGRAM/EXHIBITION BUDGETS AND TRACKING
-COORDINATES WITH OTHER CITY DEPARTMENTS AS NEEDED FOR GENERAL FINANCE, FACILITIES AND IT SERVICES
-OVERSEES ONGOING NON-PROFIT, 501(C)3, COMPLIANCE AND BEST PRACTICE FOR THE SPRINGVILLE MUSEUM OF ART ASSOCIATION
-COORDINATES WITH PUBLIC SAFETY OFFICIALS FOR EMERGENCY PLANNING AND RESPONSE
-OVERSEES DAY-TO-DAY OPERATIONAL FUNCTIONS AND STAFF, INCLUDING RENTALS, STORE AND FRONT OF HOUSE
-MAY OVERSEE REGISTRATION AND COLLECTIONS MANAGEMENT, AND ARCHIVES
-SERVES AS AN AMBASSADOR AND REPRESENTATIVE FOR SMA WITH OTHER PROFESSIONAL NETWORKS, GOVERNMENT AGENCIES AND RELEVANT ADVOCACY GROUPS
-All other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:GRADUATE OF AN ACCREDITED UNIVERSITY, WITH A MINIMUM OF A BACHELORíS DEGREE; MASTERíS DEGREE IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION, ARTS ADMINISTRATION, OR EQUIVALENT EXPERIENCE PREFERRED. PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE IN MUSEUM/NON-PROFIT DEVELOPMENT AND MANAGEMENT IS BENEFICIAL. KNOWLEDGE AND APPRECIATION OF MUSEUMS, VISUAL ARTS AND THE HUMANITIES IS AN ESSENTIAL COMPONENT OF THIS POSITION.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

HIGHLY CREATIVE SELF-STARTER WITH STRONG ATTENTION TO DETAIL AND ADMINISTRATIVE EFFICIENCY. CANDIDATE MUST POSSESS LEADERSHIP SKILLS AND BE ABLE TO DELEGATE TASKS AND MOTIVATE STAFF, STAKEHOLDERS AND VOLUNTEERS. DEMONSTRATED ABILITY TO ORGANIZE, IMPLEMENT, AND EVALUATE EFFECTIVE AND INNOVATIVE PROGRAMS AND FUNDRAISING CAMPAIGNS. STRONG INTERPERSONAL AND COMMUNICATION SKILLS, BOTH ORAL AND WRITTEN, INCLUDING CAREFUL COPY EDITING. MUST HAVE A HIGH DEGREE OF COMPUTER LITERACY, INCLUDING FAMILIARITY WITH MICROSOFT OFFICE, ADOBE CREATIVE SUITE, AND SOCIAL MEDIA APPLICATIONS.


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