Full-Time Positions

Public Arts Specialist (Grade 22)

The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission (M-CNPPC), Prince George’s County Department of Parks and Recreation, Arts and Cultural Heritage Division is seeking a Public Arts Specialist. This description depicts the generalized duties and responsibilities required of a position with primary responsibility for providing programmatic and administrative support to the day-to-day operating activities and services of the Public Art Program.  This position involves assisting the Public Art Coordinator with artist solicitations, review and contracting, logistical planning, stakeholder communication and other project related activities for the successful planning and implementation of public art enhancements as a component of the Prince George’s County capital improvements and infrastructure construction projects.  

This position also includes assistance with the curation of new artworks and ongoing maintenance of the Department’s Collection of public art and portable works, input to and maintenance of the associated database and website, and also supports all new construction and renovation capital projects undertaken by the Park Planning and Development Division of the Department.

Pay Grade Range: $55,958.00 - $99,106.00 Annually
Deadline to Apply: 11/30/22

Arts and Cultural Heritage Division Chief (Grade 34)

The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission (M-NCPPC), Department of Parks and Recreation, Prince George's County, a bi-county organization where you “WORK WHERE YOU PLAY”, is seeking a Division Chief to manage the coordination of the Arts and Cultural Heritage Division’s performing, visual and public art programs, three (3) art centers, a performing art center, five (5) historic rental properties, and an equestrian center.

The selected candidate will be responsible for the hundreds of regional concerts, exhibitions, performances, classes, camps, festivals, mobile art activity services, heritage celebrations, three (3) touring theatre ensembles, a year-round youth theatre program, and a comprehensive teen art program. They must have knowledge of and strong connections with the county and regional arts community. As well as being self-motivated, organized and experienced in property, program, staff, and fiscal management, along with handling community relations and establishing partnerships and collaborations. This is a fast-paced, and demanding work environment.

Pay Grade Range: $88,332.00 - $156,439.00 Annually
Deadline to Apply: 12/19/22

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