MPA Job list**Sorenson Unity Center Director SLC Corp
angela.stefaniak at cppa.utah.edu
Mon Oct 29 15:29:39 MDT 2007
Salt Lake City Corporation Job Announcement
Human Resource Management
451 South State Street, Room 115, P.O. Box 145464
Salt Lake City, Utah 84111
TDD (Hearing Impaired Line) 801-535-7218
Office 801-535-7900 -- Fax 801-535-6614
Web Address: www.slcgov.com/jobs
SORENSON UNITY CENTER DIRECTOR
Youth & Family Program Development -- Hiring Authority: J. Wolf
(607) Salary: $3854 - $4993 mo.
Estimated monthly compensation including salary and basic benefits
$5422 - $6780*
*Based on current family medical coverage, employee term life and AD&D
insurance, Post Employment Health Account and retirement benefits. Utah
Retirement System pension benefits vest after four years. Vacation,
holiday and other leave benefits are in addition.
Closing date: November 9, 2007 at 5:00 p.m.
A Criminal Background check will be required
Under direction of the Division Director, coordinates the planning,
development, organization, implementation, and supervision of the
Sorenson Unity Center and its programs, including technology, drop-in
day care, the performing arts and all gallery spaces. Maintains
relationships with Center partners, Salt Lake County, Donated Dental,
and Salt Lake Community College. Works with community groups and
leaders to ensure that everyone has access and feels welcome to the
Unity Center programs. Builds and maintains community and partner
relationships for maximum utilization of the Center space. Hires and
supervises Center staff. Maintains collaborative relationships with
Sorenson Multi-Cultural Center staff and coordinates programs. Prepares
and monitors annual operating and capital budget for the Center.
Negotiates and monitors contracts; grant writing and sponsorship work.
Serves as media contact for the Center and assures appropriate PR
materials are available for the Center. Responsible for scheduling,
supervising and renting the facility in accordance with City policy.
Serves as convener and staff to Center's Advisory Board. Monitors all
facility and grounds to ensure a safe environment for patrons and proper
use of facilities and equipment. Oversees inventory of equipment, keys,
and vehicle use/maintenance, and enforces the Center's Rules and Code of
Conduct. Responsible for behavioral management of patrons within the
facility and grounds. Participates as a member of the Division
management team. Performs other related duties as required.
. Graduation from an accredited four year college with a bachelor's
degree in Public Administration, Recreation, Business Management, or
related field, and five (5) year's related experience including two (2)
years' supervisory responsibility.
. Strong writing and public relations skills. Ability to communicate
effectively with people from various social and ethnic backgrounds.
. Knowledge of budgeting and record keeping.
. Ability to work odd shifts which may include days, evenings,
weekends and holidays.
. Valid Utah Driver's License.
Desired Skills: Bilingual and experience in Community Building.
Angie Stefaniak, MPA
Master of Public Policy Program <http://www.mpp.utah.edu>
Demography Certificate Program <http://www.demography.utah.edu>
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