Crystal Bridges transforms lives through experiences that encourage the discovery of new ideas, expanded dreams, and inspired actions. We are seeking an experienced Project Manager, Exhibitions to join our team and help activate these inspiring goals.
The Project Manager, Exhibitions acts as a catalyst and is an integral member of the Crystal Bridges team. S/he is a forward thinker who manages the creative development and implementation of Crystal Bridges’ major re-installations and temporary exhibitions, and organizes their travel to additional venues. S/he collaborates with—and deftly steers—internal teams and external partners in the presentation of large-scale exhibitions, providing access to art to all.
The duties of this position are complex in nature, and the ideal candidate must be experienced, professional, positive, proactive, highly organized, an excellent problem solver, and have the energy and ability to balance multiple tasks. The position requires outstanding communication skills, considerable diplomacy, a sense of humor, and the ability to motivate and engage a wide variety of colleagues and outside partners.
The Project Manager, Exhibitions collaborates with teams to develop new exhibitions and travel them, and adapt exhibitions organized by others. S/he facilitates the exhibition development process, contributes process improvements, and ensures that numerous day-to-day details of multiple, overlapping projects are accomplished. Key responsibilities include adapting and facilitating review of exhibition contracts; creating, tracking and maintaining multiple project schedules; pulling together and organizing exhibition contents to share with venues and providing them with timely information and support; processing and organizing project invoices and documents; developing and tracking multiple budgets, and facilitating each projects’ forward movement. S/he keeps colleagues informed about any issues or changes in project scope, and insures all communications are clear, timely, helpful, and documented.
This position will require some travel to meetings, conferences, partner institutions, or other locations.
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The physical demands and work environment characteristics described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individual with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
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