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Huron Valley Council for the Arts
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR POSITION
The Huron Valley Council for the Arts (HVCA), a not-for-profit organization located in Highland, Michigan, is seeking an Executive Director who is dedicated to the arts and a proactive leader with experience in community relations and fundraising.
The Executive Director will work in concert with the board, volunteers and staff to achieve the goals and objectives of HVCA. Key priorities for HVCA are fundraising, building strong community relationships and promoting HVCA’s value to the community.
This position is 30 hours per week, with a flexible schedule which may involve occasional weekends and evenings.
Executive Director Responsibilities
• Oversee daily operations of the organization.
• Work with Board Treasurer to manage the finances of HVCA.
• In partnership with board and committee members, direct and implement the fund development plan.
• Oversee the activities of volunteer committees, maintaining an understanding of their objectives and assisting committee chairs in their roles.
• Adhere to HVCA’s mission, Board policies, and organizational goals and objectives.
• Demonstrated skills in leadership and project management.
• Demonstrated achievement in fundraising, grant writing, sponsorships and membership.
• Self-starter, capable of working with minimal direction.
• Strong interpersonal and communication skills.
• High proficiency in standard office computer skills and social media.
• Compensation consists of a salary of $1,500 - $1,800 per month, commensurate with qualifications and experience
• Based on performance, a bonus may be awarded
• Educational opportunities are provided for continued growth
• Two weeks paid vacation time plus major holidays are provided annually
Please send your resume to HVCA Search Committee at: email@example.com
Or mail to:
HVCA Search Committee PO Box 999 Highland, MI 48357 Posting window: May 1-June 14, 2019
The mission of the HVCA is to enhance the cultural life of the region through programs that enrich and entertain, through arts education and through the promotion of artists.
HVCA’s vision is to be the preeminent arts and cultural center in southeast Michigan, a center which improves and supports all aspects of the artistic life experience for all individuals.
HVCA’s core values are guidelines that describe how we as an organization expect HVCA staff members and volunteers to conduct themselves
Integrity We adhere to the highest levels of integrity, honesty and ethical behavior.
Leadership We look to our board of directors to be knowledgeable of HVCA operations, to demonstrate effective leadership and to employ good governance practices. We encourage staff initiative and leadership, and we strive to be a model nonprofit organization.
Leadership, Inspiration and Positive Change We maintain the authority to lead, the creativity to inspire, and the will to foster positive social change through the arts.
Collaboration We practice teamwork internally and work together with external partners in an open, cooperative and respectful manner to further foster and encourage the arts in all forms and mediums for all audiences.
Accountability We hold ourselves responsible for operating HVCA as a business, being fiscally responsible, adhering to ethical principles and maintaining professionalism in all endeavors.
Diversity We exist to serve the general and artistic community. We respect and welcome visitors, artists, volunteers, staff, sponsors and business and municipal partners of every religion, race and gender in the spirit of inclusiveness, while encouraging diversity of thought.
Volunteerism We maximize the participation of professional and highly competent volunteers to achieve our mission.
Value We provide effective, affordable arts programming that enriches our community.
Goals & Objectives
As a regional center for arts and
culture Huron Valley Council for the Arts (HVCA) is a uniting voice for the
arts and arts support within the region.
Based in western Oakland County, HVCA is committed to working with and
supporting activities of established and aspiring visual and performing artists
and organizations, located in and around western Oakland County. HVCA’s mission is to enhance the cultural
life of the region through programs that enrich and entertain, through arts
education and through support of artists.
HVCA’s goals and objectives for the
next five years are:
provide on-going exhibitions, performances and educational classes and artistic
To cultivate a diverse environment
establish on-going partnerships with supporting municipalities
expand the outreach of our educational programming to a broader regional
Strengthen current relationships and/or partnerships with other arts
organizations, businesses and community groups
enhance our regional collaborations with community partners through shared
Promote & grow arts appreciation & education efforts, especially within schools from preschool to collegiate level
enter new market areas currently not served by HVCA
Increase revenues to sustain HVCA’s operations & to
meet the ongoing and changing needs of the community
identify and recruit new board members who’s skill sets augment HVCA’s current