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Cultural Arts Coordinator - Arts

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$31,500.00 - $55,000.00

Plans, manages, and implements spaces and programs including events, exhibits, competitions, and other venues by performing the following duties.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:  Assists with the operation of Cultural Arts facilities and venues. Maintains effective maintenance procedures and reporting inside and outside of facilities and venues to ensure the safety of the structure, the grounds, participants and equipment. Assists with the completion of various applications, contracts, and associated paperwork for the performances, acquisition/loan of artwork, maintenance of partnerships, sponsorship agreements, and for special projects as needed. Sets up equipment, including tables and chairs in preparation for events, exhibits, competitions, and other activities where events and/or cultural arts programs/events are scheduled.

Prepares daily deposit and cash reports. Maintains accurate financial records. Assists in the preparation of the budget. Possesses the ability to work within a fiscal budget and secure innovative partnerships.

Maintains accurate participant counts, exhibit/performer agreements, and art/event inventory. Maintains accurate financial records, reports, and files. Determines measurable methods to track community impact.

Assists in scheduling and/or prepares marketing and advertising documents. Responsible for updates to website and Facebook. Works with Marketing and Promotions Manager on all marketing materials.

Provides a high level of customer service.

Seeks partnerships with community groups, artists, vendors, etc.

Solicits sponsorships and assists in grant writing. Assists with special events for assigned areas and for the department. May provide general custodial duties as needed throughout the day. Performs other duties as assigned.

Experience installing fine arts exhibits in gallery spaces. Knowledge of basic museum practices. Experience communicating with diverse populations and artists.

Education/Experience:  Bachelor's degree (B. A.) in Liberal Arts, Arts, Event Planning, Music or closely-related field from four-year college or university; and one to two years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

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