President & CEO
Company: The Chronicle of Philanthropy
Location: Fort Pierce
Posted on: January 4, 2019
Position President and CEO, Atlantic Classical Orchestra Job Summary Reports to the Board of Directors through the Chair;Maximizes revenue;Provides leadership and supervises the professional staff;Works in collaboration with the Music Director;Develops strategic and tactical plans, andCultivates community relationships in the Orchestra'svenues. Qualifications Bachelor's or advanced degreeA minimum five years of senior management experienceStrong financial management skillsRecognized leadership in organizational development andfundraising in the nonprofit sectorFamiliarity with the music industry preferred, but notrequired Qualities An energetic and entrepreneurial perspective with a pragmaticapproach to building an effective management team andorganizational structure that best serves Atlantic ClassicalOrchestra's mission, vision, goals, and artistic leadership. Responsibilities and Duties: Grow revenue to ensure long-term financial stability bydeveloping and implementing strategies to capitalizeon the ACO's strong markets.Develop and implement strategies which willenhanceinstitutional visibility, the ACO's public image, articulation ofits mission, and place in the community to diversify itsaudiences.Participate in the development of a strategic plan for theinstitution.Develop an effective business plan to implement the strategicplan.Assist in identification, cultivation, and recruitment ofprospective board members.Accept responsibility for the fiscal status of theorganization, overseeing the accurate and timely preparation,reporting, and monitoring of its annual operatingbudget.Establish and maintain an appropriate infrastructure thatsupports the conductor, the orchestra's musicians, the guestartists, the Board, the staff, and the volunteers.Oversee the organization's administrative functions utilizing apersonnel plan whereby the staff is effectively structured andmanaged. Application Procedure Please submit the following, via email, to:Search@ACO-music.org Letter of interestCurriculum vitaeList of at least 4 professional references with contactinformation Deadline for Materials All materials must be received by February 1, 2019 Compensation Competitive compensation package commensurate withexperience. Organizational Information Now in its 29th season, Atlantic Classical Orchestra (ACO) hasdeveloped a reputation as a world-class performing artsorganization dedicated to presenting performances of bothorchestral and chamber music performances growing communities onFlorida's Atlantic Coast north of Miami (specifically Palm BeachGardens, Stuart and Vero Beach - three of the wealthiestcommunities in the State). While its core repertory is based in thelate 18th and early 19th centuries, the orchestra has developed anactive commitment to the rediscovery of neglected music from theRomantic era, written for an orchestra of classical proportions.ACO also champions the best and most accessible of contemporarymusic with a special emphasis on the younger generation of Americancomposers. As a dynamic organization that embraces the communities itserves, ACO's mission is to: Present musical performances of the highest possible artisticlevelBroaden the outreach of ACO as a primary cultural resourceserving the Treasure Coast and in other venues that would enhancethe prestige of ACOEncourage and cultivate the appreciation of symphonic music byoffering enriching, educational, and accessible musical experiencesfor Treasure Coast residents The ACO, led by Grammy-nominated Artistic Director andConductor David Amado, is composed of approximately 47 membersdrawn not only from Florida's principal musical organizations, butalso orchestras throughout the USA. The orchestra's artisticvision, high caliber of playing and variety of works performed haveresulted in critical acclaim. The only resident professional orchestra on Florida's TreasureCoast, ACO currently performs four concert program cycles fromJanuary to April at three subscription venues: the Community Churchof Vero Beach in Vero Beach, the Lyric Theater in downtown Stuart,and the Eissey Theater on the campus of Palm Beach State College.Its educational and outreach efforts include an ongoingrelationship with the Treasure Coast Youth Symphony. ACO is a private, nonprofit 501(c) 3 corporation governed by a25-member Board of Directors. Currently with an annual operatingbudget of $1 million for FY17 and a $1.5 million endowment, theBoard, Music Director, and staff are engaged in a process to guidethe expansion of financial resources, organizational capabilities,and orchestral programming throughout the region. Employer. Keywords: President, Location: Fort Pierce, FL - 34950
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