News, Executive Director Search
Our founding director, Lindsay Brinton, will be retiring at the end of June, this year. For the past ten years,
she and many partners have committed to growing a dynamic arts resource for residents living in the greater
Coatesville region. Today, Studio art classes and exhibitions are woven throughout the City for neighbors of all
ages. ART is building a cultural community we can all enjoy!
A short position summary follows alongside this PDF with the complete job description.
We encourage you to share the latter with friends and colleagues.
Thank you, Michael S. Givler, President
POSITION SUMMARY: The ED reports to the Board of Directors and is responsible with them for APS' adherence
to core principles, consistent achievement of its mission plus strategic, programmatic and financial objectives.
The ED's primary responsibilities are to support and inform the Board, initiate and manage a range of community
arts programs, develop and oversee staff, encourage volunteer participation, secure grants plus other funding,
prepare and monitor budgets, advocate for the arts, and reinforce greater Coatesville's cultural capital.
The ED oversees an operating budget of $200,000 and a staff consisting of a part-time programs administrator,
part-time development assistant, two full-time summer program assistants, and 15-20 faculty artists.
The position is full time, exempt, with health benefits, paid time off, and holidays. Compensation is
commensurate with experience.