Organization: Salt Lake City Corp - YouthCity
Incumbent directs the operations, development and management of community programs and program-related activities including: public events, workshops, community garden program; grant acquisition, fund-raising and programming partnerships with community organizations, non-profits, local businesses, artists and gallery spaces. Plans, develops and implements programming activities that maximize opportunities for Salt Lake City residents.

Manages, plans, develops and implements community activities, including programs, events, staffing, scheduling, and budget administration.
Responsible for fund-raising and publicity for programming events and activities; communicates philosophy, goals and results to external sources and community partners. May also research, write and submit applicable grant proposals to sustain long-term viability of community programs.
Maintains, prepares and analyzes demographic data; conducts needs analysis, sets program goals and monitors/evaluates program effectiveness. Tracks program statistics and other business-related operations data.
Prepares, issues and tracks compliance with programming partnership/artist’s agreements and serves as project contact for each agreement.
Develops and maintains successful relationships between the site and city/ community program partners. Coordinates with various community-based groups, agencies, schools, committees and other organizations to plan and develop programs to benefit residents and maximize participation.
Supervises staff, seasonal workers, and volunteers, including hiring, training, and performance evaluation. Initiates corrective and/or disciplinary action, as necessary.
Responds to patron complaints and resolves problems.
Performs other related duties as required.
Graduation from an accredited four year college or university with a bachelor’s degree in: Art, Education, Public Administration, or closely related field plus three years directly related work experience. A combination of education and work experience may be substituted one for the other on a year-for-year basis.
Knowledge of budget and record keeping.
Knowledge of marketing, advertising, and promoting programs and special events.
Ability to effectively supervise and train subordinate personnel. Knowledge of principles, practices, and techniques of effective personnel supervision.
Ability to research, write and monitor grants may be required depending on specific assigned program responsibilities.
Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing, and build consensus with individuals of diverse backgrounds, with varied organizational needs and differing priorities.
Ability to monitor measurable program performance goals, statistically analyze data and report results.
Ability to use a personal computer and related programs including word processing and spreadsheet software.
Desired Qualifications


Job Details

Open Date: 02-22-2019
Close Date: 02-04-2019
Pay Rate: $21.52 to $29.34 per hour
Job Status: Full Time


Elizabeth Rich
Salt Lake City