Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville Public Art Project Manager FTE Role
|Sponsor||Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville|
|Location||Jacksonville , FL|
Manages all aspects of the public art project process to include project scoping, artist selection, artwork design development, fabrication, installation and subsequent artwork maintenance and conservation. Committed to collaborative planning and community engagement, the Project Manager builds and manages partnerships between artists, government agencies, community organizations and residents to facilitate traditional and creative community engagement approaches, which include events and workshops, public art dedications, surveys, and virtual or in-person forums. The position requires balancing the demands of multiple public art projects in various stages of development daily, which will include occasional field work at project sites and occasional attendance at night and/or weekend meetings, events or workshops to advance projects forward.
How to Participate
Please submit a resume, 3 professional references and a cover letter to [email protected]. Applicants’ cover letter should address experience related to the essential duties and responsibilities of the position.
This opportunity has been submitted by Ashley Wolfe. The listing of the opportunity does not imply endorsement by the Division of Cultural Affairs or the Department of State. Contact Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville with questions or for more information.