The fundamental reason this
classification exists is to manage the operations of the Museum in order to
realize the strategic plan priority of institutional sustainability. The
essential functions are: leads Museum budget planning and management in
compliance with City Finance policy and processes; leads personnel-related
planning and management in compliance with City Personnel, Payroll, Risk Management
policy and processes; leads facilities planning, management, and staff; leads
security planning, management, and staff; Leads IT planning and management; and
Supervises two or more direct reports and supports their teams. The employee
reports to the Museum Director.
Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration,
Accounting, or a closely related field and at least five (5) years’ experience
in business management and accounting, preferably with a non-profit institution
with at least two of the five years in a supervisory or management capacity. Qualifying education, training and experience that provide the requisite knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the job will be considered.
Position requires the use of a
personal or City vehicle on City business. Must possess a valid driver’s
license and have an acceptable driving record. Must be on call 24 hours, work
weekends and nights when necessary. Must have the ability to be bonded.