Cultural Assets Program Manager

The City of Boise is currently searching for a full-time professional to manage the Department of Arts & History’s collection of cultural assets. Working alongside the Public Art team, the Cultural Assets Program Manager will manage budget and contracts for general and specialized conservation of collections, provide preventative, corrective, and emergency maintenance and conservation of assets, oversee the Cultural Assets Program Assistant, including any temporary employees and multiple contractors, and support programs, opportunities, events, and general activities offered by the Department of Arts & History.

The Cultural Assets Program Manger supports Boise Arts & History’s work to reinforce a sense of place, celebrate our community’s character, ensure exceptional arts, history, and cultural programming, and foster placemaking with community context. 

The City of Boise welcomes passionate and talented people who want to share our vision of creating a city for everyone, demonstrate drive toward fulfilling our mission in the community, and embody the values that are so important to our organization. City employees receive unparalleled benefits including a no-cost medical option, wellness program, generous paid leave, 401(k), and PERSI pension plan.

Learn more and apply by December 6, 2022 at 12 p.m. at

About the Care and Conservation Program

The City of Boise holds an impressive collection of artworks and historic assets valued at just over $7 million. And every publicly owned sculpture, mural and manuscript requires protection and care. Along with civic leaders and the arts and culture community, Boise’s Care and Conservation program seeks to promote a lasting legacy for this creative city infrastructure through best practices in long-term care. Learn more.