Community Services Supervisor - Fine Arts

City of Irvine, Irvine

The City of Irvine seeks an experienced, highly organized and creative individual to serve as Fine Arts
Supervisor for the Irvine Fine Arts Center. The Fine Arts Center is an 18,000 square foot art exhibition
and education facility designed specifically for art exhibition and instruction. It is comprised of an art
exhibition gallery and equipped art studios for drawing and painting, ceramics, sculpture, jewelry making,
photography, printmaking and culinary arts. The Fine Arts Center is a heavily programmed facility that
presents art exhibitions, arts classes, arts events, and youth camps and arts education up to 12 hours per
day, six days per week.

The ideal candidate will be an expert arts management professional who can provide artistic vision and
leadership for the arts staff and programs. The position requires a detail-oriented individual with strong
interpersonal skills who will enjoy the challenge of coordinating arts facility operations in a high-volume,
fast-paced environment with substantial public usage. Knowledge and experience in operating a public
facility is essential and working knowledge of art exhibitions, arts class programming, arts studio
operations, special event management and youth programs is highly desired. The person must be a team
leader who can supervise a team of four full-time personnel and part-time staff to operate and program
the facility. The Fine Arts Supervisor is responsible to produce a comprehensive arts program for all ages,
to ensure the Fine Arts Center is well-maintained and safe and to make certain all operations and
programs are in compliance with City of Irvine policies and standards. The ability to create and manage
data driven work to justify quantitative decisions using financial, enrollment and other measurable data is
preferred.

This position requires a Bachelor's degree in art, art management, recreation, public administration, or a
field related to assigned program area with four years of increasingly responsible experience in
community program supervision/administration, or any combination of education and experience that
provides equivalent knowledge, skills, and abilities. Candidate will also be required to obtain a First Aid
and CPR certification within three months of employment required and may require a valid California
driver's license.

Please visit www.cityofirvine.org/jobs by Tuesday, July 11th for more information and to apply.

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