Jason Rapp

New arts jobs open at SCAC, ABC Project

Arts ed, accounting, marketing positions available now


In order to provide effective and efficient service to South Carolina citizens, the S.C. Arts Commission (SCAC) and Arts in Basic Curriculum (ABC) Project are growing.

Four brand-new positions, created as a direct result of South Carolina’s landmark new $20 million arts education partnership, are now accepting applications.

This morning, two Columbia-based positions went live for the SCAC:

  • For a dependable, industrious, and detail-oriented accountant/fiscal analyst with experience in financial management and knowledge of state government fiscal and accounting processes. Our ideal candidate will share our mission and values and have the ability to work closely with agency executives, staff, board, funders, governmental officials, and the public in support of financial activities for the SCAC.
  • And for a creative, resourceful, and organized digital content manager who has experience generating compelling social media and video content across platforms. Our ideal candidate will share our mission and values. They will artfully capture the essence and impact of our work to show broad audiences how it brings value to and serves diverse communities across the state.

These two positions close Sunday, October 24, 2021 at 11:59 p.m. ET.


Yesterday, two positions went live for the ABC Project, which is based at Winthrop University in Rock Hill:

  • For an ABC District Programs Specialist, who “provides leadership and guidance to help school and district administration develop and sustain policies and practices that result in arts-rich learning environments in which students have access to quality, comprehensive, standards-based arts education. Works collaboratively to coordinate programmatic activities of the ABC Project and fulfill the project’s mission across the state and the national community, as needed.”
  • And for an ABC Educator Programs Specialist, who “provides educational expertise to South Carolina educators and administrators in order to create and maintain arts-rich learning environments in which students have access to quality, comprehensive standards-based arts education. Works collaboratively to coordinate programmatic activities of the ABC Project and fulfill the project’s mission across the state and the national community, as needed.”

(Ed. note: These two positions closed Sunday, October 17, 2021.)


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