Posts Tagged ‘Salary Position’

TORRANCE – Salary Position -Cultural Services Supervisor

In Salary Position on December 27, 2018 at 5:44 pm

Under the direction of a Division Manager, the Cultural Services Supervisor is responsible for supervising classes in visual and fine arts, performing arts, exercise, sports and martial arts at the Cultural Arts Center, amongst other duties.  Current offerings include classes in ceramics, jewelry making, painting, drawing, cartooning, mixed media and photography offered to all ages and levels of experience. The Supervisor will also supervise a Program Coordinator responsible for exercise, dance, and martial arts classes, and have liaison duties to several arts-related community groups. Additionally there may be opportunities to create programs with the Torrance Art Museum.

ELIGIBILITY: The ideal candidate will possess a Bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts, Museum Management, Public Administration, or Business Administration or a related field; At least two years of full-time equivalent experience working in a municipal or non-profit arts-related organization; Experience planning and managing classes and workshops in a community center setting; Supervisor experience; and more listed in the job spec.

SALARY: $26.69 – $33.29 Hourly

DEADLINE: January 11, 2019, 5:30 pm PST



LOS ANGELES – RFQ – Little Tokyo Embedded Artist

In RFQ, Salary Position on November 28, 2018 at 10:01 pm

Little Tokyo Service Center (LTSC) is exploring the intersection of arts and culture with community development. To this end, we are exploring deep partnerships with artists in non-traditional roles. Using innovative arts-based strategies and solutions to achieve our goals and strengthen cohesion among staff is an integral part of this exploration. This shift in organizational approach marks a vision that includes deeper collaborative work with local organizations, artists, and staff. The selected artist will help steward collaborative, interdepartmental processes that are focused on improving the ability of staff to respond to each other along with community needs, priorities, and desires. The selected artist will build on work that LTSC staff is conducting over the Fall of 2018 to develop priority action areas that cross departments. Planning (time commitment: 30 hrs/week from Jan-Feb 2019). Execution (time commitment: depends on degree of involvement in project – minimum 15-20 hrs/week March – December 2019).

ELIGIBILITY: We welcome both practicing artists and artists on hiatus from professional practice to apply for this position. However, applicants should ensure they can commit to LTSC for the duration of their employment.

BUDGET: $25-$30 per hour DOE

DEADLINE: Thursday, December 13, 2018



LOS ANGELES – Salary Position – Co-Director and Chief Curator LAND

In Salary Position on November 16, 2018 at 4:46 pm

LAND (Los Angeles Nomadic Division) is a non-profit organization founded in 2009 committed to curating site-specific public art exhibitions in Los Angeles and beyond. LAND believes that all people deserve the opportunity to experience innovative contemporary art in their everyday existence, to enhance their quality of life and ways of thinking about their community. In turn, artists deserve the opportunity to realize projects in the public realm, unsupported through traditional institutions. LAND brings contemporary art outside of the walls of museums and galleries, into our shared public spaces and unique sites, in Los Angeles and beyond.

The Co-Director & Chief Curator leads the organization by setting and presenting the strategic vision to its founding mission, commissioning innovative contemporary public art projects, in Los Angeles and beyond. This position further ensures that LAND produces ambitious, innovative programming in the form of exhibitions, publications, and programs such as artist talks and symposia. The position works with the current Co-Director to provide leadership and oversight in all non-program areas: strategic partnerships and sponsorships, gallery operations, fund development, board and external relations, program budget management and staff management. The Co-Director & Chief Curator oversees all curatorial decisions as well as –alongside the Co-Director & Curator of Performance– the annual budget, fundraising, marketing, and longer-term strategic goals for the organization.

ELIGIBILITY: A highly functioning arts executive with a minimum of seven years’ experience directly related to the duties and responsibilities required, and, preferably, an MA or PhD in a related field.

TO APPLY: Please email a resume and cover letter to

DEADLINE: Open until filled

QUESTIONS: 323-776-6629 or


LOS ANGELES – Salary Position – Civic Art Project Manager

In Salary Position on November 14, 2018 at 6:01 pm

The Los Angeles County Arts Commission is seeking a Civic Art Project Manager to play a pivotal role in the planning, development, and implementation of civic art projects and grants funded projects, and must have significant experience in permanent public art project management.

ELIGIBILITY: The successful candidate will have a minimum of three years of experience with permanent public art project management, or a relative equivalent combination of project/production/construction management in the public and/or private sector and graduation from an accredited four (4) year college or university with major coursework in art, public art, art history, architecture, landscape architecture, arts administration, urban planning, urban design, engineering, or a related field. A Master’s degree in a related field is desirable but not required.

SALARY: This is a contract position. The monthly compensation is $4,200 – $6,000 based on experience.

DEADLINE: The position will remain open until the staffing need is met and may close without advance notice.

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


LOS ANGELES – Salary Position – Collections Technician

In Salary Position on October 30, 2018 at 9:57 pm

The LA County Arts Commission seeks a Collections Technician with experience in overseeing art conservation projects, collections management, and art maintenance for its Civic Art Program. Reporting to the Deputy Director of Collections and working as a member of a team, the position will assist with the following for a growing collection of 300+ civic artworks including sculpture, murals, architecturally integrated art, and portable works.

ELIGIBILITY: Bachelor’s degree in art, public art, art history, arts management, conservation, museum studies, or related field and minimum 3–5 years of relevant experience working in conservation and/or in a hands-on capacity with an art collection, or equivalent combination of education and experience in the public and/or private sector. Master’s degree is desirable. Strong working knowledge and skills in the care and handling of artworks (public art preferred).

SALARY: This is a contract position. The monthly compensation is $5,000 – $6,250 based on experience. The Contractor is required to have a valid driver’s license, access to a personal vehicle, general liability, and auto insurance, and must complete a Live Scan (criminal background check). This contract position allows for flexible hours with the potential for renewal annually.

DEADLINE: Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Position will remain open until the staffing need is met and may close without advance notice.


SAN DIEGO – Salary Position – Arts Management Associates

In Salary Position on September 21, 2018 at 8:50 pm

The City of San Diego Commission for Arts and Culture seeking applications for Arts Management Associate positions. Arts Management Associate positions perform a variety of arts administration duties associated with performing arts center management, public art project management, and arts and culture funding program management; draft funding proposals or requests for proposals; conduct studies; respond and resolve customer concerns; plan and coordinate special events and perform a variety of arts administration and project management duties; coordinate community participation and visual/performing artist selection processes; prepare and negotiate contracts with visual/performing artists; oversee the fabrication and installation of commissioned artwork; serve as a liaison with visual/performing artists, architects, engineers, other City departments and community groups; oversee maintenance of City-owned artwork; manage databases; draft press releases and public service announcements; process incoming applications or project proposals for panel review; analyze data and draft management reports; make public presentations and prepare informational materials regarding programs; process incoming applications or project proposals for panel review; prepare, track and analyze budgets; and perform other duties as assigned.

ELIGIBILITY: See website for eligibility requirements

SALARY: $55,848.00 – $67,496.00 Annually

DEADLINE: October 8, 2018


MEMPHIS, TN – Salary Position – UrbanArt Commission Program Manager

In Salary Position on July 24, 2018 at 5:02 pm

UrbanArt Commission (UAC) is excited to add a new Program Manager to the team with a focus on curatorial, temporary and event-based public projects. This position will work closely with the Executive Director and Program Management team to engage stakeholders and support artists through the development of public art and programming. This position is responsible for the development, implementation, and ongoing management of the Moveable Collection, approximately ten temporary public art projects and events annually (such as the recent UAC Block Party), and new programs that will activate existing UAC project sites. Through the Moveable Collection, artworks by Memphis-based artists will be purchased and displayed in city facilities around Memphis. This portfolio of work aims to stimulate broader interest in public art across the city and to and provide greater opportunities for Memphis-based artists to participate in public art.

ELIGIBILITY: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Overall qualifications required include proven ability to work with a diverse range of people, personas and public interest.

TO APPLY: Salary range will be commensurate with years of experience and qualifications. Applicants should email a current resume including a letter of interest not to exceed 1 page and 3 professional references with the subject line “Program Manager application” to:


SAN FRANCISCO – Salary Position – Senior Program Manager

In Salary Position on July 18, 2018 at 9:42 pm

The San Francisco Arts Commission (SFAC) is the City agency that champions the arts. From children exploring visual, literary and performing arts through our arts education programs, to neighborhoods being transformed through our street activation initiatives, to pedestrians discovering artwork in public spaces, to our grant-sponsored programs funding performances for hundreds of thousands to enjoy, the SFAC programs are a catalyst for life-changing experiences in one of the most beautiful cities in the world.

The Senior Program Manager of Public Art is responsible for assisting the Program Director of Civic Art Collection and Public Art Program with the management of the Public Art Program, which administers approximately $5-10 million annually generated by the City’s art enrichment ordinance. This position assists with program management, policy development, financial analysis and oversight of all aspects of the program. This position requires the simultaneous management of approximately 7 – 10 art projects at various stages of development and supervises the work of four Public Art Project Managers.

ELIGIBILITY: Desirable qualifications include Bachelor of Arts degree with major in art, art history, architecture, or related fields; A minimum of three (3) years of experience managing large, complex public art projects, including architecturally integrated projects and projects involving many stakeholders; A minimum of three (3) years of experience with developing and managing large multi-year, multi-project budgets; Experience managing a team and supervising staff; Strong computer, database, and financial systems skills.

SALARY: $85,332.00 – $103,714.00/year

DEADLINE: 7/20/2018 5:00:00 PM


SAN DIEGO – Salary Position – Public Art Administrator (x2)

In Salary Position on July 13, 2018 at 8:28 pm

The City of San Diego seeking applications for two Public Art Program Administrator positions. Public Art Program Administrator positions assist with all phases of the public funding programs and public art programs; participate in staff standing and ad hoc committees which meet monthly or as required; prepare and review various reports and grant applications; provide research, analysis and direction in the development of special initiatives including the implementation of feasibility studies, recommendation of policies and procedures, budgets, marketing strategies and evaluation processes; develop and implement technical assistance and capacity building programs; assist in the planning and coordination of community convenings and other outreach activities as required to advance cultural tourism, diversity initiatives and public art projects; collaborate with businesses, nonprofits, associations, artists, contractors, volunteers and members of the general public; act as an ambassador for arts and culture; and perform other duties as assigned.

ELIGIBILITY: Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent education (i.e., minimum completed units = 120 semester/180 quarter) in Art History, Visual/Performing Arts, Arts Administration, Business Administration, Nonprofit Management, or a closely related field. Four years of full-time professional experience in the development and implementation of an arts and culture program.

SALARY: $68,972.80 – $83,553.60 Annually

DEADLINE:  Mon. 08/06/18 5:00 PM Pacific Time


INDIO – Salary Position – Public Art Administrator (Management Analyst)

In Salary Position on July 9, 2018 at 3:05 pm

The Management Analyst (Public Art Administrator) is a professional level classification in which incumbents are expected to perform the full scope of professional staff assistance duties with minimum supervision. Successful performance requires a thorough knowledge of governmental operational procedures and the ability to exercise sound independent judgment. This classification is distinguished from the next higher classification of Senior Management Analyst in that the latter works independently, leads internal committees and task forces and may serve as an acting Division Head in his/her absence.

ELIGIBILITY: An experienced project/program coordinator who is knowledgeable about contemporary art, familiar with art programs, passionate about promoting diverse artistic and cultural innovation. An individual who has demonstrated a track record of success developing, implementing, and managing art projects and meeting critical deadlines.

SALARY: $57,128.45 – $84,404.74 Annually

DEADLINE: Wed. 07/11/18 5:00 PM Pacific Time