Lewis-Clark State College is seeking a Director for the Center for Arts & History.
- Director, Center for Arts & History
- 55,000 – 60,000, Salary, Full Time
- Job posting here: https://lcsc.applicantpro.com/jobs/1591073.html
Based in Lewiston, Idaho, Lewis-Clark State College is well known for its beautiful campus, great academic programs, competitive athletic teams, and fantastic employee perks. These perks include 93 percent employer paid medical and dental insurance for employees and dependents; generous tuition discounts for employees, spouses and dependents; ample sick and vacation leave; and an onsite fitness facility and robust wellness programs that allow employees to live healthy and balanced lives. LCSC, which embraces ongoing employee training and continued education, also offers a Professional Development Program for all employees, a Center for Teaching and Learning for faculty, maternity and paternity leave, an onsite daycare, and much more
Degree Requirement: Master’s Degree in related field
- Master’s degree in related field
- Five (5) years of experience in organizing, implementing and managing programming in a museum setting.
- Three (3) years of experience with grant writing, budget preparation, and strategic planning.
- Demonstrated ability to supervise and manage staff.
- Effective communication and problem solving skills.
- Demonstrated ability to work with artists.
Knowledge of administrative, exhibition, and educational issues facing museums and ability to communicate understanding of those issues to academic and nonacademic audiences. Knowledge of art history, anthropology, and educational theory. Ability to develop and sustain relationships that have fundraising and audience building possibilities.
In support of the institution and in service to the community, the Director is charged with leadership, oversight, and advancing the mission of the Center for Arts and History (CAH). The Director oversees the development, delivery, and analysis of programmatic offerings that enhance and broaden engagement with the CAH, including programs for the general public, the LC State community, K-12 students, families and other constituencies. The Director initiates and maintains relationships with LC State Faculty and Departments to enhance the academic role and integration of the CAH in campus life. The incumbent will have regular interaction with community leaders, artists, and other stakeholders to further collaboration and partnerships and to ensure that CAH’s programs meet the needs of the Lewis-Clark Valley and region.