Armory Center for the Arts' Executive Director Scott Ward is retiring this June after 17 years of service to the organization and the community. A national search is now underway for the Armory's new Executive Director, spearheaded by the executive search firm of Morris & Berger.
The Executive Director is responsible for the overall successful operation and performance of the Armory. This includes oversight of all programs and fund development efforts, as well as the fiscal health and structural soundness of the organization. Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director oversees an annual budget of approximately $2.5 million and a total staff of 20 full-time employees and 50 part-time teaching artists. The Executive Director will be an innovative, collaborative, and visionary leader who believes in and is able to articulate the power of art to transform lives and communities. The ideal candidate will possess exceptional interpersonal skills and have the ability to interact effectively with staff, Board members, students, artists community members, civic leaders, school-based administrators, and collaborating institutions.
Interested parties must submit their credentials to Morris & Berger via the firm's application portal (see link below). Do not send application materials nor direct inquires to the Armory.
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