We're looking for a candidate to fill this position in an
Serve as the face of the company and the main point of contact
for the Center’s onsite events as well as its website and social
Develop and implement a strategic plan in partnership with the
Board of Directors. The plan will be aligned with the mission of
the Center and identify strategies to meet desired business
Assists the Finance Committee Chairperson in preparing an annual
budget for Board approval. Execute the approved budget; and in
coordination with the Treasurer, manage bills, payroll, and
incoming revenue; collect and organize materials for tax
preparation; and provide monthly financial reports to the
Advance fundraising by researching and preparing grant proposals
to support operation of the Center, including events, exhibits,
maintenance, and staffing.
Develop and nurture a strong membership and donor roster and
database, including growing the membership, processing donations
and membership fees, sending annual reminders, collaborating on an
annual membership meeting with the Board of Directors, and
acknowledging gifts and payments.
Develop positive relationships with key stakeholders, including
promoting the work of local artists, coordinating involvement with
local arts educators, and collaborating with government agencies to
increase awareness of the Center and promote the arts efforts of
municipalities across the region.
Implement and manage a digital infrastructure in support of
standard daily operations, including operating its online and
physical store, communication with members and supporters, as well
as optimize the Center’s online presence and public relations
through its website, blog, social media accounts, and other
Plan for and coordinate an annual series of exhibits in the
Center, published in advance insofar as possible. Coordinate with
and promote local artists, advertise events in multiple media
outlets, and follow up with artists, visitors, news media, and
Prepare and assess area resources and needs to develop a series
of arts education opportunities in coordination with local arts
educators and artists. This may require scheduling, staffing, setup
and breakdown, and some teaching.
Bachelor’s degree or documented successful experience in
business administration, arts management, or a related field.
Experience in working in and leading projects in a non-profit
organization is preferred.
Successful experience in securing grant funding, donations, or
other measurable financial results.
Demonstrated ability to develop and implement strategic plans
and meet annual business goals.
Demonstrated ability to develop and monitor budgets.
Experience building and maintaining relationships with community
partners, including other museums and arts organizations, K-12
schools and institutes of higher education, and government
Experience in developing and managing public programs for a
variety of audiences.
Excellent verbal, written, and digital media communication
skills. Must be comfortable speaking in public, collaborating with
government officials, and interacting with a range of audiences,
including explicitly supporting and promoting local artists.