Employment Opportunity – Program Manager, Cathedral Arts Project

The arts have the power to inspire, unite and create change. Join the CAP team to support its mission to provide arts education that impacts children for the rest of their lives. Voted one of the best places to work in Jacksonville, CAP offers a culture of creativity and collaboration in the heart of Downtown Jacksonville.

The Program Manager provides support for all CAP direct service programs, co-leads the planning and execution of CAP’s annual Visual and Performing Arts Showcase, and maintains accurate records of payroll and purchases while ensuring each class’s spending is balanced. Essential responsibilities include, but are not limited to, regular program observations and site visits, managing CAP’s online student communication platform and managing logistics for all funded partner and summer programs.

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