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The Salt Lake City Arts Council is seeking residents interested in joining the Arts Council Board for a Treasurer position. Interested candidates should have robust experience with accounting, financial management, and budgeting. Experience in the arts is not required, but we enthusiastically welcome any experience in arts engagement. This is a volunteer position that works with the Executive & Deputy Director and Office Manager of the Arts Council. Board members are appointed by the Salt Lake City Mayor and confirmed by the Salt Lake City Council. Terms are three years with option for renewal.
Board members are paid a $40 stipend per meeting they are in attendance, not to exceed $500 per year.
Office Facilitator I – Hourly
With minimal supervision, this position provides administrative and secretarial support to the Salt Lake City Arts Council Executive Director and Deputy Director. This person researches topics, policies, and best practices as needed to facilitate operational directives and organizational goals. Additionally, this position advises team leaders and others on developments that are important to or may impact general division policies, procedures, and organizational operations. This role is responsible for assisting with the collection of data, exchanges of information, answering of organizational correspondence such as phone messages and email communications, and while working in-office serving as the primary greeter and screener to visitors of the Art Barn during normal business hours. Finally, this person relieves management of administrative routines and practices by handling such items as minor purchasing, inventory, petty cash, travel, and meeting arrangements and general schedule management.
This position requires some independent judgment and decision-making, and effective oral and written communication skills are essential. This position requires the incumbent to work 22-25 hours per week. This position is a hybrid position with the ability to work flexibly between the hours of 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. with the consent of leadership. Occasional early mornings, late nights, and weekends are probable and appropriate notice will be given.
POSITION SALARY RANGE
$22.00/hr. to $34.00/hr.
Full Time/Part Time:
Art Program Coordinator – Arts Council
Interested applicants must submit a resume and cover letter via the online application portal. The cover letter should be no more than 500 words describing why you are interested in the position and why you believe you are the best candidate for the position. Please specify in your cover letter exactly which position you are primarily interested in filling, i.e. Program Coordinator for Public Art or Program Coordinator for Special Projects. Address letters to Felicia Baca, Salt Lake City Arts Council Director. We recommend you combine your cover letter and resume as one well-formatted document and attach your file under the resume section at the beginning of your online application when prompted.
We are looking for two Arts Program Coordinators who will work under the direction of either the Public Art Program Manager or the Assistant Director of the Salt Lake City Arts Council to facilitate, oversee development, and implement art projects, special projects and programs, and various city art initiatives. Both positions will be based at the historic Art Barn.
The first position will work under the direction of the Public Art Program Manager, with a working title of Public Art Program Coordinator, coordinating efforts related to our Public Art Program, as well as special projects and programs as directed by the Leadership team of the Arts Council.
The second position will work under the direction of the Assistant Director, with a working title of Special Projects Program Coordinator, coordinating special projects and efforts which reflect the priorities of the Arts Council, the Department of Economic Development, and the Mayor’s Office. Both positions will be responsible for proactively building partnerships; convening community groups; and providing information and technical assistance, as needed, to artists, arts organizations, and the general public.
POSITION SALARY RANGE
$25.16/hr. to $34.32/hr.
Full Time/Part Time: