Three positions open at SCAC

  • APPLICATION DEADLINE: Sunday, October 8, 2023 at 11:59 p.m. ET
  • COMPENSATION: Details included in postings

This morning, the South Carolina Arts Commission opened applications for three positions, all new to the agency.

These roles contribute significantly to the agency’s level of services offered. One works with the critical arts learning team, another will coordinate a new focus on cross-sector work, and the third will provide top-level administrative support to agency leadership. All are central to the SCAC’s mission to promote equitable access to the arts and support the cultivation of creativity in South Carolina.

Oh, and it’s a fun place to work with a great team in place.


Under general supervision of the executive director, the executive assistant (Arts Coordinator I) will provide expert level administrative support, coordination, and implementation of activities under the direction of program and/or department directors. They manage the executive director’s calendar and the agency’s office procedures to ensure coordination of staff coverage to handle visitors and meetings in the building. The executive assistant will work with staff members to ensure detail planning, prioritizing, and allocating duties to support projects and activities, and assists with detailed preparations for smaller-scale meetings, events, projects, and/or activities. They will also capture, maintain, and periodically report data from the visitor’s log.


The arts learning coordinator will be a motivated and detail oriented person. Working closely with the arts learning team and Arts Grow SC network, a successful candidate should have experience with and a passion for learning in and through the arts.

Working under supervision of the arts learning director, they play a vital role in working with constituents, grantees, schools, organizations, and partner entities. They can expect to coordinate and implement activities and administrative duties for the SCAC’s Arts Grow SC, including grants and direct programs, and provide consulting and technical assistance to constituents within assigned programmatic areas.


Working under the supervision of the arts industry director, the cross-sector coordinator plays a vital role in working with constituents, grantees, artists, and organizations on cross-sector initiatives throughout the state, including but not limited to: economic development, health, military veterans, housing, creative aging, adult literacy, and incarcerated populations.

Learn more about these positions and apply from the jobs page at The application deadline for these positions is 11:59 p.m. ET on Sunday, October 8, 2023.

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