This is responsible professional level work in the coordination of a variety of Arts, Culture, and Tourism initiatives. Work involves developing, organizing, and implementing the City’s Arts, Culture, and Tourism functions; monitoring compliance with ongoing program requirements for the City’s Arts & Culture Grants Program, the City’s Public Arts Ordinance; and providing administrative support to the City’s Arts, Culture, and Tourism Office and various related committees and sub-committees. Work includes attending civic and public meetings to explain the City’s arts, cultural and international programs; scheduling and coordinating public meetings and providing any necessary reference materials; acting as Registrar of the City’s public art collection; and monitoring the City’s art collection for conservation and maintenance needs. Work requires excellent presentation skills, and sound judgment, tact, and professionalism due to the considerable public contact with outside agencies, commissions, committees, and the community. This position requires flexible hours, including nights, weekends, and holidays.
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