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Public Art Project Manager

City of San Antonio

  • CATEGORY Public Art
  • LOCATION San Antonio, TX
  • DATE MARCH 17, 2017
  • JOB TYPE Full Time
  • COMPENSATION $56,808.96 - $85,213.44 Annually
  • POSITION LEVEL Mid (2-5 yrs exp)

Under general direction, the Public Art Project Manager is responsible for planning, developing, and implementing public art project efforts that utilize solutions for moderately complex projects.  
This position will assist in standardizing performance metrics and reporting; integrating data across reporting systems; and setting up an overall framework for ongoing data tracking and reporting. 
May exercise functional supervision over assigned staff.

Job Requirements
  • Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in Public or Business Administration, or a related field.
  • Two (2) years of project management experience.
Preferred Qualifications:
  • Master's Degree.
  • Professional work experience in the field of Public Art.
  • Experience in arts administration and the implementation and management of art projects.
  • Experience in database management and project schedule reporting.
  • Knowledge and application of project management principles and practices.
Job Responsibilities
  • Responsible for providing project management for the City of San Antonio's Public Art Program, a Division of the Department of Arts & Culture.
  • Responsible for delivering all public art related capital projects associated with bond and non-bond funding allocations approved by City Council.
  • Responsible for project management of public art capital projects that are moderately complex projects. Public art capital projects are like any other capital project, however they must adhere to additional public art policies and guidelines that impact various phases of each project, selecting artists, design review and approval process, and innovations and creative solutions for built-environment and open spaces.

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