In RFQ on October 15, 2015 at 6:16 pm

The Los Angeles County Arts Commission seeks a full time Civic Art Program Coordinator for its Civic Art Program, which works with leading and emerging public artists, County departments and communities to create permanent artwork, creative placemaking projects, public engagement activities, temporary art and event-based programming for new and renovated facilities throughout Los Angeles County.

RESPONSIBILITIES: Reporting to the Director of Civic Art and working as a member of a team, the Civic Art Program Coordinator plays a pivotal role in budgeting, fiscal tracking, operations and management of the Civic Art Program. See RFQ for additional information and job description.

QUALIFICATIONS: Candidates should have a minimum of four years experience in a responsible administrative role, preferably with a nonprofit organization or municipality, with at least one of these years working in an arts program in a support capacity. The successful candidate will have knowledge of, or interest in, public art and contemporary visual arts; strong finance and accounting background with  experience in managing multiple budgets; proven top-notch organizational skills; excellent oral and written communication skills; and advanced knowledge of Microsoft Windows 7, MS Word, PowerPoint, databases and Excel. A candidate with a BA or BS in Business, Finance, Accounting, visual arts, public administration or a related field is desirable. This is a 40 hour per week contract position.

SALARY: The annual compensation is $51,000-63,000 based on experience.

TO APPLY: Please submit a cover letter starting why the position is of interest, résumé, and a list of three professional references and salary history to



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