External Affairs Director

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External Affairs Director Dayton Art Institute is an equal opportunity employer Dayton Art Institute External Affairs Director is a senior leadership position that develops strategies around public relations, media relations, marketing, special events, fundraising events, wedding and event rentals, and museum store operations for the museum; and leads the short and long-term planning, as well as driving integration and alignment, among all earned revenue-generated areas. Challenges and Opportunities: This position is challenged by the diversity of responsibilities. The External Affairs Director is required to manage multiple operational functions, in a rapidly evolving institution. As the senior PR, media and marketing officer, EA Director oversees efforts to promote the Museum and its collections, programs, activities, exhibitions, and facilities. As the senior special events officer, EA Director provides leadership oversight of the 64-member Associate Board volunteer group and the Former Associate Board alumni group, which are responsible for helping plan and execute the museum's three Signature Events-Bourbon & Bubbles, Art Ball and Oktoberfest. As the senior event rentals officer, director leads the Museum's efforts to develop, plan, market and execute a wide variety of rental and special events both for internal and external stakeholders, and to produce a stream of unrestricted revenue for the Museum through rentals. As the senior retail officer, EA Director is fully accountable for the success of retail operations for the DAI. As a member of the senior leadership team, the EA Director plays a critical role in advancing the museum's inclusion, diversity, equity, and accessibility strategies internally and externally and must be able to execute plans personally and through staff members and other internal and external partners. Must be able to build relationships that can be effective in all circumstances. This is a full-time position reporting directly to the Director and CEO. Starting salary will be commensurate with industry, labor market and experience. Position requires the ability to work non-traditional hours. Our Commitment to Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Accessibility Dayton Art Institute aspires to develop, promote,
External Affairs Director Dayton Art Institute is an equal opportunity employer Dayton Art Institute External Affairs Director is a senior leadership position that develops strategies around public relations, media relations, marketing, special events, fundraising events, wedding and event rentals, and museum store operations for the museum; and leads the short and long-term planning, as well as driving integration and alignment, among all earned revenue-generated areas. Challenges and Opportunities: This position is challenged by the diversity of responsibilities. The External Affairs Director is required to manage multiple operational functions, in a rapidly evolving institution. As the senior PR, media and marketing officer, EA Director oversees efforts to promote the Museum and its collections, programs, activities, exhibitions, and facilities. As the senior special events officer, EA Director provides leadership oversight of the 64-member Associate Board volunteer group and the Former Associate Board alumni group, which are responsible for helping plan and execute the museum's three Signature Events-Bourbon & Bubbles, Art Ball and Oktoberfest. As the senior event rentals officer, director leads the Museum's efforts to develop, plan, market and execute a wide variety of rental and special events both for internal and external stakeholders, and to produce a stream of unrestricted revenue for the Museum through rentals. As the senior retail officer, EA Director is fully accountable for the success of retail operations for the DAI. As a member of the senior leadership team, the EA Director plays a critical role in advancing the museum's inclusion, diversity, equity, and accessibility strategies internally and externally and must be able to execute plans personally and through staff members and other internal and external partners. Must be able to build relationships that can be effective in all circumstances. This is a full-time position reporting directly to the Director and CEO. Starting salary will be commensurate with industry, labor market and experience. Position requires the ability to work non-traditional hours. Our Commitment to Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Accessibility Dayton Art Institute aspires to develop, promote,
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