Site Manager : Citywide Mural Program
The Citywide Mural Program seeks a site manager to oversee the daily activities of the restoration of approximately 8 murals across the City of Los Angeles for a long­standing not­for­profit organization. The program is estimated to last 9­12 months with an initial 3­month trial period for evaluation. The program startup date is July 1, 2015. The program requires a 35 hours/week commitment paid at $15.00/hr with room for growth. We are seeking a committed, hard­working and willing individual to play a supportive role in the revitalization of historically important community artworks.

The Site Manager: accomplishes the Citywide Mural Program objectives outlined by each mural conservation work plan and meets cost standards; Reports to Program Coordinator; Delegates work direction to support staff, evaluates each mural site, and reports operational activities.

Site Manager Job Duties
-Accomplishes work requirements by orienting, scheduling and tracking time for on site support staff, i.e. interns, skilled workers, artists, and students.
-Meets work standards by following each mural conservation work plan, reports progress to Program Coordinator, and upholds the conservation quality, productivity, and client relations of each project site; resolves operational problems and identifies work site improvements.
-Meets cost standards by monitoring expenses and suggests cost­saving options; manages use of materials i.e. paints, solvents, coatings. Site Manager will produce inventory reports for all expended materials and write purchasing requests to the Program Coordinator. The Site Manager is responsible for monitoring inventory levels for all chemicals and expendables.
-Updates job knowledge by reading publications and participating in educational opportunities.
-Will maintain the integrity of all Program equipment. oversees and maintains condition of equipment i.e. trucks, pressure washers, painting and conservation equipment, etc.
-Will be on site on every mural project. The Site Manager will inspect equipment and enforce safety protocols. The Site Manager oversees the transportation and assembly of all scaffolding and securing the site for safety daily.
-Will manage and maintain all scaffolding, spray equipment, and safety equipment. The Site Manager will report all vehicle and equipment maintenance needs to the Program Coordinator, and support with scheduling maintenance or equipment repairs.
-Will be responsible for transporting equipment to and from the site, which requires a Class C driver's licence. They must pass the Program’s insurance evaluation.
-Enhances the not­for­profit’s diverse ecology and its reputation by supporting the pursuit of social justice outcomes; explores opportunities to expand program achievements, outcomes, and services; protects operations by keeping information confidential.

Site Manager Skills and Qualifications

-Mural Conservation Experience a Plus Plus
-Supervision Skills
-Planning and Scheduling Abilities
-Management and Job Delegation Proficiency
-Community Organizing Skills
-Comfort with scaffolding, trucks, and heavy equipment
-Reporting Skills
-Client Relationship Skills
-Administrative Writing Skills
-Inventory Control, Tracking and Reporting Expenses
-Verbal Communication and Documentation
-Bilingual a Plus

To apply: Email cover letter, resume, and references to [email protected] with subject line: 'Site Manager'. No phone calls please.