The Frederick Arts Council
for the arts in Frederick County, Maryland.
Frederick Arts Council – Community Impact Leader
NEW EMAIL ADDRESS & DEADLINE FOR APPLICANTS:
Deadline: Wednesday, July 1, 2015
Executive Director: Put your passion for the Arts to work in a thriving community in the Mid-Atlantic. This is a great opportunity for you to put your leadership skills, networking abilities and enthusiasm for community arts programs to work. Frederick, Maryland has a strong history of supporting local arts programs and the addition of this professional position further shows the community’s continued support to see the arts be an important part of life in Frederick both now and in the future.
Successful candidates will have a background in a non-profit leadership role where you used your talents in community relations, marketing, and development. A track record of enthusiasm and support for community arts programs is also strongly desired. This is a great opportunity for you to combine your passion for the arts with your leadership experience. Your role as Executive Director will include you working with existing cultural arts programs to support growth and collaboration of the arts in the community. An annual budget will be provided for you to manage and grow. You will work under the direction of a volunteer Board of Directors who shares your enthusiasm for making the arts accessible to everyone in the community. Many local partnerships exist within the arts community as well as several State-wide partnerships. A great opportunity exists for you to expand and grow collaborative arts programs locally and regionally.
Skills Needed for Success: Excellent Written and Verbal Communication skills, Fundraising, Networking, Leadership, Strategic Planning/Implementation and Financial Management
$45,000 to $50,000 annual salary for an average of 30 hours per week, Paid time off and health insurance negotiable
How to Apply: Send your Resume and Cover Letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Application Deadline is: Wednesday, July 1, 2015