|CULTURAL ARTS MGR|
|Middle Management/Professional/NM AD|
|The Cultural Arts Program Manager performs administrative and supervisory work for a citywide cultural arts program. Primary duties include developing and administering budgets; establishing performance measures; monitoring the collection of attendance, revenues, expenditures, supplies and payroll within the program; developing/implementing outreach curriculum, projects, center programs, workshops, monitoring program activities and implementing corrective measures, as well as planning/coordinating cultural art/nature special events. Work assignments require the exercise of initiative and independent judgment in organizing and supervising specialized recreation activities. Work is performed under general supervision and is reviewed through meetings, reports submitted, and evaluation of results obtained. Work is sometimes performed outdoors and employee is exposed to extreme heat, insects, and weather conditions. Employee may be required to work evenings, weekends and holidays.|
|Supervise and evaluate performance of Coordinators located at the Pottery Studio and the Matinee Club and the Facility Supervisor at Langford Park Neighborhood Center. Direction and assistance rendered via phone, e-mail, site visits.
Oversee the creation, planning and implementation of outreach curriculum, projects, center programs, and workshops.
Responsible for preparing and monitoring of Langford's the Pottery Studio's, the Matinee Club's, and cultural arts event's annual budget and performance measures.
Collect and track reports and records of attendance, revenue, expenditures, supplies and payroll.
Plan, develop, and implement cultural arts/nature special events. Hire contractual entertainers, direct employee assignments, recruit volunteers, and promote event.
Ensure the health, safety, and satisfaction with facility appearance for internal and external customers via inspections and review of weekly checklists.
Research and monitor upgrades, capital improvement projects and renovations at the Matinee Club, the Pottery Studio, and Langford Park Neighborhood Center including Dickson Azalea Park.
Oversee conceptualization and installation of art, pottery, and puppetry exhibits to showcase work produced in children and adult classes and to promote visiting artist workshops as well as the City of Orlando Puppetroupe.
|Working knowledge of administrative and effective management techniques and supervisory skills. Extensive knowledge of public recreation/cultural arts philosophy, principles, practices, trends and methods of facility management and programming. Considerable knowledge of facilities, equipment and tools needed to produce cultural arts programs. Working knowledge of public relations principals and practices.
Skilled in the oral, written, and visual prsentation of ideas. Skilled in managing people and maintaining a positive, professional, and effective working relationship with internal and external customers. Skill in operating computers, therater lights, sound and recording equipment, power tools. Skill and proficiency in several cultural arts disciplines.
Ability to prepare, justify and maintain a program budget. Ability to plan, develop prote, and implement varied cutural arts, nature, and recreational evernts. Abiltiy to develop and administer annual operating budget. Abitliy to get demonstations of techniques and methods used in the cultural arts.
|Bachelor Degree in Recreation Physical Education or related field with four (4) or more years of experience developing and/or implementing recreation/cultural arts programs to include arts and crafts, drama, music, dance, puppetry, script/creative writing, etc., one (1) year of which must have been in a supervisory capacity; or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. Must possess a valid State of Florida driver's license. A Commercial Drivers License "B" and Florida Recreation & Parks Admin. (FRPA) Certification are desired.|