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Cultural Affairs Coordinator

TARGET ENTRY SALARY: $49,943 - $54,937/Depending On Qualifications Responsible professional-level work involved in assisting in the coordination of the development and implementation of a variety of municipal efforts in cultural affairs. Employees in this position are expected to be able to perform any and all work tasks and comply with any work schedules, attendance, or duty requirements which may be established by City or department rules. Work is performed with considerable independence under the general direction of the Assistant to the City Manager and is reviewed through conversation, conferences, the analysis of reports, and evaluation of results achieved.
Plans, recommends, promotes and manages a comprehensive program of cultural programs. Provides assistance and serves as staff liaison to the Public Art & Design Advisory Board and the Sister Cities Advisory Board. Maintains relationships with arts organizations throughout the community including museums, galleries, performing arts organizations and arts education entities. Oversee Clearwater's Sister Cities Cultural Exchange Program. Assists in the development of Cultural Affairs master plan, responsible for implementation and update of the master plan. Oversees installation, inventory and maintenance of public art. Performs project management and handles multiple projects at a time. Provides support and assistance towards Economic Development's efforts to retain and attract artists to the City. Attends civic and public meetings for the purpose of explaining various aspects of the City's Cultural Affairs program. Performs related tasks as assigned.
Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with a Bachelor's degree in art, arts administration, public administration, or related field. Three (3) years of progressively responsible experience in organized public or private sector programs involving performing arts, visual arts, cultural programming, or special events. Any equivalent combination of education, training and experience.