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Founded in 1986, the Park City Summit County Arts Council is one of the oldest nonprofit arts and culture organizations in our community. Our mission is to promote, support, and strengthen the local creative landscape through programming, events, marketing and advocacy. The Arts Council is based in beautiful Park City, Utah, high in the mountains amongst an active community of outdoor and culture enthusiasts. The position offers a life-style and environment beyond compare.
A successful candidate will demonstrate comprehensive executive experience in the nonprofit sector with strong fundraising, development and management skills. The Executive Director must be a highly skilled, energetic leader who embodies a passion for the arts and our community with a demonstrated ability to develop and implement a forward looking mission.
The Arts Council seeks a driven, productive creative visionary to lead a mission-driven agenda in Summit County. Working closely with an experienced and committed board, staff, civic leaders, arts organizations, artists and other stakeholders, the Executive Director contributes their vision to this dynamic role. The Executive Director provides significant influence in the continuing development of a largely rural sector, and enhances the impact of arts and culture on the region’s civic and economic life. This individual will be a key leader in the region, comfortable with political relations and public speaking while paying close attention to areas of diversity, equity, inclusion and access.
A successful candidate must demonstrate the following competencies:
Arts and Culture sector experience and passion
Fundraising and development experience
Grant making/project management
Candidates are welcome to apply who have relevant nonprofit managerial/director experience and possess a degree from an accredited university. A commitment to living in Summit County is preferred. Applications will be accepted through August 3. Salary range $65-70,000 based on experience (no relocation allowance).
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Please EMAIL Cover Letter, Resume and 3 Letters of Recommendation in ONE PDF to:
DEADLINE: Closed. Applications in review.
ARTS COUNCIL INTERNS - fall/winter 2018
The Arts Council is seeking interns to help us with a range of projects.
Internships can be tailored to the needs of students. School credit is available if needed. Hours can be set based on availability. Commitment is 5-10 hours per week. Work can be done remotely with occasional in person meetings required.
Examples of the types of responsibilities include the following:
Event planning and promotion
Marketing and communications
Community outreach and engagement
Website design and management
Supporting implementation of community wide cultural planning project (Project ABC)
Interns will receive experience in growing a small arts organization, develop an understanding of the role the Arts Council plays in a community, and grow their portfolio of work products to share with prospective employers. We provide a flexible and individualized environment for young professionals who are looking to step into an creative field.
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Please send an email expressing your interest in the internship, a brief summary of your background and experience, your resume, and why you think this internship is a good fit for you.
CONTACT: Jocelyn Scudder | Director of Programs and Engagement | email@example.com