The National Endowment for the Arts, an independent Federal agency and the official arts organization for the United States government, supports the advancement of artistic excellence, creativity, and innovation. We are motivated by the vision of a Nation in which the arts enrich the lives of all Americans and enhance the livability of communities. If you share our vision, please consider joining us.
This position is located with the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) in the Office of the Deputy Chairman for Programs and Partnerships, Visual Arts Division, Washington, DC.
DUE TO SYSTEM MAINTENANCE OVER THE WEEKEND; This announcement has been re-opened. Applicants who previously applied need NOT reapply.
Salary Information: GS-14: $106,263 - $138,136 per annum
GS-15: $124,995 - $157,100 per annum.
First time hires to the Federal government salaries are normally set at the beginning of the salary range listed.
This is a temporary appointment not to exceed 2 years which may be extended or terminated at management's discretion.
This position is in the Excepted Service and is subject to the completion of a 1 year trial period.
The selectee will be required to complete a one year supervisory probationary period.
Note - Applicants referred for interview will be asked to provide a written work sample.
This is a great opportunity to join a mission-driven organization with a generous benefits package; paid vacation, sick leave, holidays, health and life insurance, and excellent retirement package.
Visit our website at http://www.arts.gov/ for more information about the NEA.
As the Museums and Visual Arts Director you will be responsible for the following tasks:
as the agency's nationally recognized leader and authority for the fields of Museums
and Visual Arts. Provide national
leadership and direction concerning agency programming and funding assessment
for the Museums and Visual Arts fields.
the Agency by attending and speaking at national and/or regional meetings and
events of significance to the Museums and Visual Arts fields.
the grant making process from application, to grant, to final report. Review proposals from the Museums and
Visual Arts fields, and manage the panel review process for applications (propose
funding amounts, present grant recommendations for consideration by senior
groups of advisory panel reviewers for approval by Deputy Chairman for Programs
and Partnerships. Recruit experts in the
Museums and Visual Arts fields to serve as advisory panelists.
a team of staff members who assist with reviewing applications, assembling
panels, monitoring grantee performance, processing grants, cooperative
agreements and leadership initiatives.