Director, Hartt Community Division

Director, Hartt Community Division at University of Hartford

$ $82,932 a year

Assumes responsibility for providing artistic and administrative leadership for the Hartt Community Division (HCD) of The Hartt School at the University of Hartford. Performs all duties in full support of the University’s mission, understanding that the positive and effective execution of these duties are instrumental to the education of the University’s students.
Job Duties

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Description of Key Responsibility
Defines and implements the strategic mission and direction of The Hartt School Community Division (HCD) in consultation with the Dean of The Hartt School and a variety of external constituencies. Performs on-going evaluations of the teaching staff and faculty, as well as HCD and ancillary programs with a goal of continuous program improvement.

Essential Duty?
Yes

Percentage Of Time
20%

Description of Key Responsibility
Develops and implements short and long range fundraising and marketing strategies and initiatives which support the mission of the HCD and The Hartt School. Provides leadership for the HCD’s Advisory Board, encouraging and engaging volunteer efforts to increase community awareness, improve programs and increase fundraising.

Essential Duty?
Yes

Percentage Of Time
20%

Description of Key Responsibility
Establishes, cultivates and maintains effective working relationships and collaborations with HCD alumni, teaching staff, current and prospective families, performing arts organizations, public and private school program administrators as well as the greater Hartford community, including programs for inner-city youth.

Essential Duty?
Yes

Percentage Of Time
15%

Description of Key Responsibility
Provides management, guidance, training and evaluation to the HCD teaching staff and faculty and other HCD administrative staff.

Essential Duty?
Yes

Percentage Of Time
10%

Description of Key Responsibility
Represents the HCD and The Hartt School with the National Guild of Community Schools of the Arts as well as other professional organizations relevant to community music schools.

Essential Duty?
No

Percentage Of Time
10%

Description of Key Responsibility
Assumes responsibility for the preparation and oversight of all budgets associated with the HCD and its ancillary programs. Develops short and long range goals and strategic planning initiatives to facilitate prudent fiscal management, in consultation with the Associate Dean of Finance and Administration.

Essential Duty?
Yes

Percentage Of Time
5%

Description of Key Responsibility
Actively participates in the school’s accreditation efforts. Monitors HCD programs to ensure compliance with non-degree granting accreditation organizations.

Essential Duty?
No

Percentage Of Time
5%

Description of Key Responsibility
Identifies potential grant sources. Works closely with the Dean and Institutional Advancement to draft proposals and develop contracts with individual, corporate and foundation grant sources. Develops non-credit bearing art course offerings for non-Hartt University students.

Essential Duty?
No

Percentage Of Time
5%

Description of Key Responsibility
Acts as the primary liaison with other University departments to ensure the effective business operations of the HCD.

Essential Duty?
No

Percentage Of Time
5%

Description of Key Responsibility
Performs other related duties as assigned.

Essential Duty?
No

Percentage Of Time

Posting Number PS644P Working ConditionsNormal office situation. Requires travel, including overnight stays.
EducationMaster’s Degree required.
Physical EffortTypically sitting at a desk or table. Light lifting or carrying 25 lbs. or less.
Impact of ActionsMakes decisions and final recommendations that routinely affect the activities of the entire organization. Position duties may include responsibility for developing strategic plans.
ComplexityHighly Complex. Work is broad in scope covering one or more complicated areas. Policy, procedure or precedent are typically created by this position. A high degree of analytic ability and inductive thinking is required to devise new, non-standard approaches to highly intricate, technically complex problems.
Decision MakingHighly Complex: Supervisor is available to review established departmental and/or organization objectives. Independent judgment is required to recommend departmental or organization objectives, evaluate new approaches to problem solving, and assess changing facts or conditions.
Internal CommunicationRequires regular contacts with internal persons of importance and influence. Involving considerable tact, discretion and persuasion in obtaining the cooperation of others. Requires the handling of delicate relationships and complex situations.
External CommunicationRequires regular contacts with external persons of importance and influence. Involving considerable tact, discretion and persuasion in gaining the cooperation of others. Requires the handling of delicate relationships and complex situations.
Customer RelationsContact with customers involves providing service in person to resolve serious complaints, maintain key relationships, make significant adjustments, handle high profile meetings or deal with very sensitive relations.
Managerial SkillsResponsible for making recommendations within a department in the areas of compensation, staff selection, disciplinary action, complaints, staff performance appraisal, and similar supervisory duties. Plan, assign, and evaluate the work of subordinates for effective operation and results.
Knowledge & SkillsAdvanced Professional Skills: The professional theory and practice of the level above, but applied at the advanced level of a “seasoned” professional. Requires extensive knowledge of their professional discipline and a working knowledge of related fields. Understands information in several unrelated professional disciplines.
Special SkillsThe ability to work effectively with diverse groups.
Desired Start Date Position End Date (if temporary) Salary Min $66,346 Salary Midpoint $82,932 Salary Max $99,518

Job Type: Full-time





Published 2021-11-06

University of Hartford looks for a Director, Hartt Community Division in West Hartford, CT 06117 location.

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