Under the direction of the Public Art Program Director, the Civic Art Collection Project Manager (CACPM) assists with the implementation of the City’s public art program and stewardship of the City’s Civic Art Collection. Under the supervision of the Senior Registrar, the CACPM works as a member of the Collections Team to manage conservation, maintenance, documentation, and care for works of art in the Civic Art Collection. The position manages projects in accordance with Civic Art Collection Guidelines and art collection management best practices.
Reporting to the Deputy Director of Finance and Administration, the Operations Associate will be the primary administrative person who manages general office operations. Essential functions include: day-to-day management and coordination of the agency’s office and facilities needs, IT and technical support, data management, and HR support. Duties include but are not limited to: Office Management, Agency Support, HR Support, Finance/Data, Citywide Liaison, IT Implementation.
Under direct supervision of the Director of Cultural Affairs and general administrative direction of the Commission, the Arts Commission Secretary performs highly specialized administrative secretarial services, requiring experience handling administrative matters involving sensitive and confidential information with appropriate tact and sensitivity, serves as a liaison with the Mayor’s office and other City departments, attends all meetings of the full Arts Commission (hybrid), the Executive Committee (virtual) and Civic Design Review Committee (virtual); take, post and distribute minutes, assign resolution numbers, and maintains a permanent archive of Commission agendas and minutes as well as commissioner contact information. The Commission Secretary will also work with other Arts Commission staff to ensure timely and appropriate posting of agendas and minutes and performs related duties as required.
The Arts Commission offers unpaid volunteer opportunities for individuals who are interested in gaining work experience in the arts. Volunteers will assist staff with a variety of tasks including archiving, research, and events. See the categories below for more specific information about volunteer opportunities.