Posts Tagged ‘Salary Position’

LOS ANGELES COUNTY – RFQ – Civic Art Registrar

In RFQ on May 23, 2017 at 10:38 pm

Los Angeles County Arts Commission seeks a full time Registrar with experience in museum registration, collections management, cataloging and database management for its Civic Art Program.

ELIGIBILITY: Minimum 3 years of experience working directly with a museum or library collection or equivalent combination of education and experience in the public and/or private sector. Bachelor’s Degree in art history, museum studies, information studies, library science or related field.

COMPENSATION: This is a full time contract position. Compensation: $30/hour. Selected contractor will be required to have General Liability and Auto Insurance and must complete a Live Scan (criminal background check).

DEADLINE: Open until filled

TO APPLY: Please submit a cover letter stating why the position is of interest, résumé, and a list of three professional references and salary history to Clare Haggarty, Deputy Director of Collections,

TORRANCE – Salary Position – Senior Level Arts Manager

In Salary Position on April 4, 2017 at 12:24 am

The City of Torrance Cultural Services Division has an opening for a Senior Supervisor in the Cultural Services Division. The Division is responsible for oversight of the Torrance Art Museum; Torrance Theatre Company; classes in visual, performing and martial arts at the Cultural Arts Center; and more. This is a full time with benefits job! Great opportunity for someone with experience in museums, theatre, community center programming, and/or government arts agencies. JOB TITLE: Senior Recreation Supervisor

Deadline: April 11, 2017


AUSTIN, TX – Salary Position – AIPP Coordinator

In Salary Position on March 21, 2017 at 7:51 pm

Come work with a passionate bunch of public art project managers – we love what we do and we are looking for visual arts professionals who are just as into public art as we are! The City of Austin Texas Art in Public Places Program is pleased to announce a new job opportunity for a full-time AIPP Coordinator. Please join our established team of public art professionals. We seek a highly motivated candidate with a background in the arts and in project management to join our award-winning team. Public art experience a BIG plus!

DEADLINE: 04/05/2017


LOVELAND, CO – Salary Position – Public Art Manager

In Salary Position on December 13, 2016 at 5:54 pm

The City of Loveland, CO is seeking a Public Art Manager to plan, develop, and coordinate the Art in Public Places Program (AIPP) including: Selection & oversight of independent contractor’s work; Maintenance of the collection, which currently includes more than 400 artworks with a value of more than $8 million; Selection and installation of new artworks for the collection; Maintain an inventory of the collection; Work with and reports to the Cultural Services Director on the AIPP program.

ELIGIBILITY: Bachelor’s degree in fine arts, arts administration, art history, architecture or related field required.  An equivalent combination of education and/or experience may substitute for education requirement on a year-for-year basis. Minimum of four (4) years’ experience administering Public Art projects and/or programs required; must be in addition to any experience used to satisfy the education requirement.

SALARY: $23.37 – $36.25 Hourly (20 hours a week)

DEADLINE: December 19, 2016 at 4:30pm Mountain Time

QUESTIONS: City of Loveland 970-962-2378


SAN ANTONIO, TX – Salary Position- Public Art Curator

In Uncategorized on November 28, 2016 at 6:49 pm

The San Antonio River Authority (SARA) proudly recruits and employs resourceful and dependable people who strive to meet our mission. We are a character-based organization strongly rooted in the belief of hiring, retaining and developing employees whose actions are predictably right. The Public Art Curator position manages all aspects of the organizational public art program to include working with artists to produce successful exhibitions or projects, developing engaging community programs, building cross sector partnerships, and supporting fundraising efforts and/or working with donors.

ELIGIBILITY: An undergraduate degree in Art history, Museum History, or related field from an accredited college or university and four (4) years progressively responsible experience in curating and directing arts programs is required.

SALARY: minimum salary $65,610.49



SAN ANTONIO, TX – Salary Position – Director of Art and Culture

In Salary Position on November 17, 2016 at 12:17 am

The Director of Arts and Culture (Director) will be engaged in planning, directing, managing, and overseeing all department activities and operations. The Director will initiate projects that address priorities in arts and culture, advocate for the arts, manage the nonprofit agency funding process, and support economic development for the creative sector. This individual will coordinate assigned activities with other city departments and outside agencies, collaborate with the San Antonio Arts Commission, provide support to the City Manager’s office, and serve as the City of San Antonio’s representative in all matters pertaining to arts and culture.

ELIGIBILITY: A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in art history, public administration, business administration, public relations, or a related field is required. A master’s degree is highly preferred. Qualified candidates should have ten years of increasing responsibility and management in the areas of art and cultural affairs, including five years of administrative or supervisory responsibility or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

SALARY: The benefit package includes a highly competitive salary, retirement package, health care benefits, life insurance, 13 paid holidays, executive car allowance, cell phone allowance, generous leave and vacation, and relocation assistance.


QUESTIONS: Pamela A. Pantos, (888) 234.4236 Ext. 204,


PASADENA – Salary Position – Public Art Coordinator

In Salary Position on November 1, 2016 at 8:29 pm

The City of Pasadena Planning and Community Development Department is seeking a experienced Program Coordinator II. The Program Coordinator II (Public Art Coordinator) will be responsible for assisting in the development and implementation of private development and capital public art projects from inception to completion, including permanent, temporary and creative placemaking projects and programs.

ELIGIBILITY: The ideal candidate will have recent experience and knowledge of the theory and practice of public art. The successful candidate has knowledge of public engagements, aesthetics, siting, context, content, and architectural integration. The Program Coordinator II (Public Art Coordinator) possesses advanced problem solving skills to coordinate teams, oversee complex projects and facilitate group processes while ensuring project completion falls within budget and related policy guidelines.

SALARY: $73,870.58 – $92,338.48 Annually

DEADLINE: November 24, 2016 11:59 PM Pacific Time


SAN DIEGO – Salary Position – Arts Management Associate

In Salary Position on October 25, 2016 at 8:28 pm

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: Bachelor’s Degree in Arts History, Visual/Performing Arts, Arts Administration, Business Administration, Non-Profit Management, or a closely related field AND one of the following: 1)Two years of full-time experience in the development and implementation of an arts and culture program; 2) Two years of professional-level budget and/or administrative experience which must include ONE or both of the following as primary duties: Preparing, tracking and analyzing budget requests and/or conducting administrative studies, including research and analyses of data and determining appropriate courses of action. OR Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent education (i.e., minimum completed units = 120 semester/180 quarter) AND two years of full-time experience in the development and implementation of an arts and culture program.

SALARY: $25.99 – $31.41 Hourly

QUESTIONS: Mon. 10/31/16 5:00 PM Pacific Time


DENVER, CO – RFQ – Program Manager Public Art Archive

In Salary Position on October 10, 2016 at 6:51 pm

WESTAF (The Western States Arts Federation), located in Denver, Colorado, is now accepting applications for the position of Program Manager of the Public Art Archive. This position provides leadership for the further development of the Public Art Archive.  The Archive is a 7 year old ongoing project that seeks to acquire and make available for both public and administrative use images and data related to installed works of public art across the United States and beyond. Public Art Archive Program Manager works with the senior management team at WESTAF to build the Archive into a comprehensive and financially self-sustainable resource. The position is a full-time, salaried opportunity at WESTAF’s lower downtown Denver office.

ELIGIBILITY: Minimum qualifications include: A bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution of higher education with a master’s degree preferred; Aptitude for completing work objectives under limited supervision; Proven entrepreneurial ability; Knowledge of the visual arts field; Strong written and verbal communication skills; A knowledge of the visual arts.

SALARY: An annual salary in the range of $43,000 to $46,000

TO APPLY: Submit a cover letter that details how your education and experience will allow you to successfully complete the key duties of the position noted above.  In addition, please submit a resume that outlines your general qualifications for the position along with three professional references. Please send your application materials to Laurel Sherman at Questions about the positions should also be directed to Ms. Sherman. The position will remain open until it is filled.

PASADENA – Salary Position – Executive Director Pasadena Museum of California Art

In Salary Position on September 22, 2016 at 8:55 pm

The Board of Directors of the Pasadena Museum of California Art (PMCA) seeks an Executive Director who will be responsible for developing and implementing the overall vision and strategy for the Museum with the staff and Board. The ideal candidate should possess the vision to take the PMCA to the next level of achievement. She or he should have an understanding and appreciation of historic and contemporary California art and design or be an eager and quick learner about these subjects. The candidate should also have interpersonal skills as well as written and verbal communication skills and should be an experienced and dynamic fundraiser. The new Executive Director will supervise four full-time employees and eleven part-time employees and must also be an experienced and gifted leader with a proven record of successful and creative management and familiarity with budgeting procedures.

ELIGIBILITY: Should have a background in a visual arts organization, especially in museum leadership and management. A bachelor’s degree is necessary. The Director will be the key spokesperson for the Museum and must be able to convey excitement and appreciation for the PMCA’s mission, exhibitions, and programs. The candidate must also have experience in fundraising and board leadership. The Director must be capable of establishing and cultivating relationships with other art institutions, foundations, corporations, and individuals throughout California and beyond. The position should be viewed as an opportunity to expand and build upon the already successful history of this small museum.

DEADLINE: November 11, 2016

TO APPLY: Please submit a cover letter and one-page summary resume, attached in a single document as well as copied into the body of an email to Brianna Smyk, Public Relations Manager & Editor, at Please use the subject: Executive Director Application: Last Name, First Name. Please list your salary requirements.