Full-Time Deputy Director
This is a full-time position with the Alabama State Council on the Arts, based in Montgomery, Alabama.
The deputy director is primarily responsible for the supervision of agency personnel and programs, assessing and managing budgetary and fiscal needs, the administrative functions of the agency, and providing oversight for a statewide arts grant program and grants management system, as well as direction of the agency in the absence of the chief executive. Work also includes supervising special projects and programs. The deputy director serves as a federal Accessibility/ADA Coordinator and is a liaison between the agency and other state departments such as the Office of Information Technology, State Personnel Department, and the Executive Budget Office under the direction of the chief executive. The deputy director exercises considerable initiative and independent judgment in carrying out responsibilities under the general direction of the agency administrator.
Minimum Requirements (You must have all of the following to qualify)
- Bachelor’s degree from an accredited* four-year college or university in arts administration, fine arts, art history, theater management, non-profit management, business administration, public administration, management, or a closely related field.
- Three years of arts-related experience or cultural resources management experience, AND
- Two years of administrative/management experience in an arts-related organization, non-profit sector, or governmental entity.
The Alabama State Council on the Arts is a state agency that serves all 67 Alabama counties. The mission of the Alabama State Council on the Arts is to enhance the quality of life and economic vitality for all Alabamians by providing support for the state’s diverse and rich artistic resources. The Council was established in 1967 and employs seventeen professional staff members. ASCA operates with an annual state appropriation of $5M+ plus $750K+ in federal funds provided by the NEA. Over 350 grants to 225+ organizations, schools and individual artists are awarded and administered annually. This position includes full State of Alabama retirement benefits and exceptional health & dental insurance and other benefits. State vehicles are provided for all official travel. The State of Alabama is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Salary: $56,988.00 – $86,803.20
Announcement Date: February 27, 2019
Application Deadline: March 20, 2019
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Learn more about the Alabama State Council on the Arts: http://arts.alabama.gov/
Apply online here: https://personnel.alabama.gov/
Job Categories: Arts and Culture. Job Types: Full-Time. Job Tags: administration, arts, director, grants, management, and non-profit. States: Alabama.
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