Staff leadership sought at Greenville arts hub

GCCA taking applications for executive director

Greenville Center for Creative Arts (GCCA) has already made its mark on the Greenville community and beyond, being named “One of Five Places to Visit in Greenville” by the New York Times.

Over the past two years, GCCA also earned the distinction as the only arts organization in Greenville that remained open with no interruption of service during the duration of the pandemic (except for the mandated closure), thanks to financial support from its community and thoughtful adherence to safety protocols for events and programming.

GCCA is seeking an energetic and entrepreneurial executive director (ED) to continue to lead the center into an impactful and sustainable future. The ED will be part of a dedicated team of five staff members who are committed to implementing the goals of the organization and making a positive impact in the community. Reporting to the GCCA board of directors, the ED will demonstrate focus, leadership, innovation, and a deep-rooted passion for the arts and for furthering engagement with the range of stakeholders and communities GCCA serves.

GCCA is on solid financial footing, and its board recently approved a three-year strategic plan and 10-year vision that will guide priorities and decision-making. This places GCCA in an exciting position of strength to recruit a leader who will take the organization to the next phase of its evolution. Primary responsibilities include oversight of these areas:

  • Fundraising and financial oversight
  • Strategic leadership
  • Public relations and communications
  • Programs and outreach

The expected salary range is $120,000-$130,000. Capital Development Services has been retained to guide the search for GCCA. Applicants must provide a letter of interest, a resume, and a list of three professional references. For additional information please contact Jen Tozier at