Manages all aspects of the public art project process to include project scoping, artist selection, artwork design development, fabrication, installation and subsequent artwork maintenance and conservation. The Project Manager builds and manages partnerships between artists, government agencies, community organizations and residents throughout the process, and manages a number of multi-faceted projects in various stages of development daily. The successful candidate must be extremely organized, self-directed and have exceptional follow-through skills. They must also  demonstrate initiative, employ strategic and creative thinking, and exhibit flexibility in a rapidly changing environment to meet multiple deadlines with competing and shifting priorities. The position requires the ability to work flexible hours, including some evenings and occasional weekends, as well as the ability to conduct field work in various parts of Jacksonville.

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Operations Project Manager

The Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville is looking for an Operation Project Manager to serve the organizational mission by managing the administrative and operational functions of the Council, serving as the Board of Directors administrative liaison, managing the marketing and communications content of the Council, providing contract management for third party contractors of administrative and operational functions, and leading the project management efforts for various operational efforts of the Council.