|Contract - Mid/Professional|
|Performs responsible administrative and supervisory work overseeing the Menello Museum art exhibits. Responsibilities include: supervising the planning and arranging rotation of exhibitions, scheduling, receiving, installation and educational programming and catalogs. Recommends acquisition of new art, provides cataloging data for archives, insurance and publications. Work is performed under general supervision and is reviewed through conferences, reports and results obtained.|
|Recommends acquisitions of new art for the Museum.
Provides cataloging data for archives, insurance and publications.
Responsible for physical inventory of all Museum art.
Monitors condition of art collections and works with conservators to correct any problems detected.
Plans changing exhibitions for Museum.
Reviews and evaluates plans and proposals prepared by outside acquisition of art for purchases and competition.
Manages budgets and personnel for assigned Programs.
Supervises, trains, and evaluates the work of subordinate personnel.
Promotes the art program by educating the public through lectures and printed material.
Acts as a liaison to the Menello Museum of American Art Board of Trustees, and Friends of the Menello Museum of American Art Board of Trustees; and active involvement in the Florida Art Museum Director's Association.
Creates an inventory of all Museum-owned art through visual and written records.
Manages membership, education and docent programs for the Museum.
Performs other related duties as required.
|Knowledge of the principles, methods, and practices of art history.
Knowledge of research techniques and sources of information, current literature and recent developments regarding art.
Knowledge of planning, principles, practices, and program content in a particular subject area might be required.
Ability to develop and administer annual operating budgets.
Ability to organize and assigned the work of staff.
Ability to organize and analyze information and perform planning research.
Ability to operate personal computer.
Ability to express ideas clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing.
Ability to initiate and develop programs and policies.
Ability to analyze policy and technical issues and to exercise sound judgement in decision making.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with municipal officials, developers, and the general public.
Ability to speak effectively to public groups, civic organizations and communities.
Ability to visually distinguish colors and designs when planning public art displays, historical preservation plans or interior designs.
|Master's degree in Art Administration or Art History, or related field and two (2) years Art Administration or Art History experience; or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. Some supervisor experience required. Some positions may require specialized training or experience. Valid Florida drivers license required.
Updated title & job description to reflect Museum Director duties -- JBL 11/21/2003
Revised: 10/19/2012 MGR