Job Posting 90496

Director of Operations
Red Deer Museum and Art Gallery
Central Alberta
4525-47A Avenue Red Deer, Alberta
closed 6 days ago (Tue, 31 Jan)
full time

Opportunity: Director of Operations for the Red Deer & District Museum Society (MAG)

 

 

In the spirit of reconciliation, the MAG recognizes that this land on which we live and work is at the convergence of Treaty 6 territory, and Treaty 7 territory as well as Métis Region 3. We strive, in the spirit of the Treaties to keep this a place of trust, friendship and promise.

 

The MAG was established in 1973 as a legacy collection of Red Deer and Central Alberta history and art. Today, through objects and artworks that focus on the traditional culture of our lands and the evolution of the City of Red Deer and surrounds, it continues to play a major role in connecting people to the region and in preserving our history.

 

The Red Deer & District Museum Society is looking for a Director of Operations to provide a strong administrative foundation for high quality museum and art gallery services.  As the MAG celebrates its first fifty years, the Society is seeking a leader to set the MAG up for even greater offerings and services into the future.

Position Overview

 

The successful applicant will;

 

  • Provide strategic leadership for the MAG and guidance to the Board of Directors (Board),
  • Ensure the strategic priorities of the Board are an integral part of the operational plan and key performance indicators are in place to ensure its success,
  • Plan, budget, organize and directly manage MAG Administration and Facilities teams within the strategic, policy and financial framework established by the Board,
  • Supervise two administrative non-union positions, Finance and Fund Development, as well as CUPE members including Administration, Collections, Exhibitions, Marketing, and Programs,
  • Collaborate with the coordinators of museum and art gallery services to enhance MAG offerings in the community.

 

We are excited to meet applicants who offer knowledge and wisdom, high ethical standards, and possess demonstrated leadership skills in a unionized environment.  This role is right for you if you enjoy museums and galleries but cherish operational management, board governance, quality improvement, sustainability and can make difficult decisions with integrity.  The Society is keen to hire a leader who will question their assumptions upon which the strategic and operational plans are based.

 

If you are a change leader with evidence of strong academic performance in a related field, with experience in a senior management role working in the areas of board governance and reporting, financial management, strategic planning, program development and delivery, we would like to hear from you!

 

 

 

We look forward to learning more about you through the cover letter and C.V.

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