GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY(Georgia Tech) in Atlanta, GA invites qualified candidates to submit applications to become its next Director of the Office of the Arts. The Director of the Office of the Arts will exercise overall responsibility for Arts@Tech programming, operation and financial performance. This talented connector will creatively bring together technology and arts in new ways that support the overall vision of Georgia Tech and be an ambassador to the greater Atlanta community. The Director will have a dual reporting structure as a direct report to the Vice President for Student Life and a dotted line report to the Provost. This position will potentially include a non-tenured faculty appointment in an appropriate role based on the expertise and experience of qualified candidates. Georgia Tech has engaged Management Consultants for the Arts to lead this search, and interested candidates may apply for this position by visiting this link: https://mcaonline.com/searches/director-office-of-arts-georgia-tech
Georgia Tech, has a student population of more than 25,000; approximately two-thirds are undergraduates and one-third are graduate students. Nearly 1,000 full-time faculty members teach in the Institute’s six colleges: Business, Design, Computing, Engineering, Liberal Arts, and Sciences. Founded in 1885, Georgia Tech is in the heart of Atlanta — known as Midtown — with a campus of 400 acres. Accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, the Institute offers many nationally recognized programs and is recognized as one of the nation’s leading public universities. More information on Georgia Tech can be found on their website at www.gatech.edu.
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