The Las Colinas Symphony Orchestra is currently seeking a qualified person to serve in the position of Executive Director.
The Executive Director is the top staff administrative position, responsible for managing the human and financial resources of the organization in order to achieve the orchestra’s mission. To that end, the Executive Director is responsible and accountable for all operational aspects of the organization (performing the tasks himself or supervising others who do) and for implementing the policies set by the Board of Directors. The Executive Director is selected by and reports to the orchestra’s Board of Directors through the Board President. The Executive Director’s artistic counterpart is the Music Director.
The Executive Director and the Music Director are responsible for providing the leadership, vision, and information needed to enable the Board of Directors to adopt constructive, progressive, sound, and practical plans for the continued development of the organization and the ongoing enrichment of the musical life of the community.
The role of the Executive Director is to do all things possible to see that the organization constantly improves its musical product, that it operates on a stable financial basis, and that it carries out its obligation to serve as a community, cultural, and educational institution – an obligation placed upon it as a 501(c)(3) organization by federal tax laws, as well as by the fact that the organization solicits and accepts contributions from the general public. The Executive Director’s overall responsibilities include ensuring that all administrative aspects of the organization are handled in an appropriate manner.
Additional Salary Information: Commensurate with qualifications
About Las Colinas Symphony Orchestra
Founded in 1991, the Las Colinas Symphony Orchestra (LCSO) presents a season of eight subscription concerts on an annual budget of $1,300,000. The LCSO is the largest arts group in Irving, Texas. The ensemble’s professional musicians are engaged under a Master Agreement with Local 72-147 of the AFM and chosen by competitive auditions.