The Program Planning team within the Arts division of Banff Centre is looking for an administrative leader with exceptional project management skills to implement and execute Visual Arts programs in our artistic environment.
Reporting to the Managing Director, Artistic Program Planning, this position is accountable for the planning, promotion, delivery and evaluation of visual arts programming.
Works with the Director, Visual Arts on the planning and design of arts programming;
Manages all relevant and necessary stakeholders to advance the co-creation and/or design and implementation of programs;
Communicates and manages overall goals and objectives, key milestones and outcomes, and evaluation with both internal and external stakeholders over the lifetime of programs within the coordinated program plan;
Project management of all programs and program events, including recruitment strategies;
Manages assigned program budgets, resource allocation (people, materials, agendas, places, partners, technology) and deliverables;
Works closely with Program Operations to ensure the successful delivery of programs and successful performance management and mentorship of program team members;
Develops and maintains professional, informed working relationships with faculty, participants, and relevant stakeholders;
Acts as host for programs and ensures a significant presence throughout the program lifecycle;
Ensures measurement and tracking of project impact and the careful analysis of this information in a timely manner, for both on-going improvement, and for funder related reporting;
Oversight of application, adjudication and notification process.
5+ years of proven program/project management experience, preferably within a creative or educational environment;
University degree in an arts discipline, or related area of study;
Strong multidisciplinary visual arts background including experience working with artists;
Solid administration skills with an understanding of program and event marketing, promotion and production;
Exceptional organizational and project management skills;
Energetic self-starter who can work autonomously and within a team;
Superior communication and interpersonal (tact, diplomacy, influence etc.) skills are essential;
The ability to formulate long and short range goals, while anticipating and responding to flexible program needs;
Applies good management principles in an artistic environment;
Visual Arts program management and production experience preferred.
This is a term position ending September 7, 2020.