Recreation/Enterprise Facility Manager II (10162, Grade 22)
Description The Prince George's County Department of Parks and Recreation, Arts & Cultural Heritage Division of the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission is seeking a Managing Director for the Montpelier Arts Center. The Managing Director must be self-motivated, organized and experienced in personnel management, arts program development, fiscal management, community relations, working in a fast-paced, demanding, creative and exciting work environment. Manages a multi-faceted, visual arts and performing arts facility that includes exhibitions, artist studios, arts classes, youth camps, concerts, film screenings, lectures, festivals, performances and public events. Plans and implements community based arts programs; markets and publicizes programs and services; curates and installs exhibitions; develops public programs, implements arts classes that serve diverse constituencies, manages venue rental program to art organizations, and the general public, and artists' studios to local artists. Builds, manages, and sustains partnerships. Provides vision and management for all aspects of the arts, with an understanding of its context as an arts for the residents, citizens and visitors of Prince George's County. Supervises full and part-time staff; acts as a liaison with artists and arts organizations throughout the community; plans, manages and monitors the arts budget expenditures and revenues; provides budget projections and reports as needed. Oversees the center's maintenance and security and ensures the proper operating procedures are in compliance, and monitors building utility systems and repairs. An ideal candidate will have at least three years' experience in arts management; in an arts venue or for a regional arts program. The range in salary for this position is $55,000 annually - $65,000 annually. Minimum Qualifications 1. Bachelor's degree or four years experience in one of the following fields: parks, recreation, education, business administration, physical education, communication, leisure services, or in area of required specialty; and 2. Three years of progressive professional experience working in a facility related to parks, recreation, education, business administration, physical education, communication, leisure services, or area of required specialty, including one year as a facility manager, program coordinator or supervisor; or 3. An equivalent combination of education and experience; and, 4. A valid operating license (ie county pool operator's license, child care license, etc.) where appropriate. 5. A valid driver's license may be required. THE MARYLAND-NATIONAL CAPITAL PARK AND PLANNING COMMISSION 2017 BENEFIT SUMMARY FOR MERIT SYSTEM EMPLOYEES The following information is a summary of benefits extended to all Merit System employees of the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission (M-NCPPC). All plans are optional except the Defined Benefit and Long Term Disability plans. Retirement Programs Defined Benefit Plan (Mandatory Participation) - Plans A, B and E exclude FOP members. Plan Employee Contribution Plan A: 7% of base salary. Social Security Wage Base (SSWB) and 8% in excess of SSWB. Plan B: 4% of base salary up to maximum Social Security Wage Base (SSWB) and7% in excess of SSWB. Plan C: 9% of base salary. (FOP members only) Plan D: 8% of base salary. (FOP members only) Plan E: 4% of base salary up to maximum Social Security Wage Base (SSWB) and 8% in excess of SSWB. Deferred Compensation ICMA-RC 457 plan (Optional) Traditional and Roth IRAs (Optional) Health Insurance Plans (FOP Members Pay 20% for Medical, Prescription and Dental.) All others pay percentage below. Medical - Kaiser Permanente Health Maintenance Organization (HMO) - (15%) UnitedHealthcare Choice Plus Point of Service (POS) - (20%) UnitedHealthcare Select Exclusive Provider Organization Health Plan (EPO) - (15%) Prescription - CVS Caremark (retail and mail-order) - (15%) Dental - United Concordia Preferred Provider Organization (PPO) - (20%) Vision - VSP (Vision Service Plan) - (Commission Pays 80% of the Low Option Plan only) Low, moderate, and high options are available. Frequency of covered services differs. Flexible Spending Accounts (Employee Pays 100%) Medical Account - Maximum annual contribution: $2,550 Dependent Care Account - Maximum annual contribution: $5,000 Long-Term Disability Insurance (Mandatory Participation) Employee Pays 20%: Commission Pays 80% (FOP Members Pay 100%) Benefits paid at 66 2/3% of base salary, maximum of $6,000/month Supplemental Long-Term Disability Insurance (Employee Pays 100%) Benefits paid at 66 2/3% of base salary that exceeds $108,000; capped at $216,000 Basic Life and AD&D Insurance (Employee Pays 20%: Commission Pays 80%) Two (2) times base salary; maximum benefit is $200,000 for each Supplemental and Spouse/Dependent Life Insurance (Employee Pays 100%) Supplemental - 1,2,3,4,or 5 times base salary; maximum benefit is $750,000 Spouse/Dependent Combination - $10,000/$5,000, $20,000/$10,000, or $30,000/$15,000 Sick Leave Bank (Eligible After One Year Probationary Period) Employee contributes leave hours each year Eligible for up to 66 work-days or 396 hours in 12-month period Leave Programs Annual: 15 days per year Personal: 3 days per year (12 month waiting period) Sick: 15 days per year Holidays:10 days per year Other Benefits Credit Union Tuition Assistance Program Employee Assistance Plan Wellness Program Legal Services Plan Work-Life Program This summary is provided for informational purposes only and is not, nor should be construed as an employment agreement with the M-NCPPC, implied or actual. It is not all-inclusive and is subject to change. For a more detailed description of benefits, please contact the Commission's Health and Benefits Office at (see application details).