Join the SFCA in Working to Support the Arts

The SFCA is seeking qualified applicants to fill four full-time positions (4.0 FTE).

The positions were approved through Act 180 during the 2015 legislative session and are not effective until January 2016. Following the application and interview process, the positions are expected to be filled around June 2016. To read Act 180, follow this link:

The positions are Arts Program Specialists III (2.0 positions), Account Clerk III (1.0 position) and Office Assistant III (1.0 position).

The position will be posted on the state Department of Human Resources Development web page in the coming months. To get a head start on the process, applicants may begin developing their profile and application using the state’s online application system at

If this is the first time you are applying using the online job application, you will need to create an account that includes selecting a unique Username and Password. After your account has been established, you can create an application by clicking on the “Build Job Application” link. This application can be saved and used to apply for more than one job opening. When these positions are posted, apply online by clicking on the job title you are interested in and click on the “Apply” link.

“These positions will help the SFCA provide much needed support in carrying out our mandate,” said Karen Ewald, Art in Public Places manager.

Arts Program Specialist III

These positions include Gallery Manager and Commissions Project Manager designated as part of the Art in Public Places (APP) Program.

The Gallery Manager position includes responsibility for developing a vision and overseeing the overall operation of the Hawai‘i State Art Museum.

The Project Manager position includes contracting the design, award, construction and installation phases of commissioned works of art.

Account Clerk III

This APP position includes tracking the Works of Art Special Fund, clerical and other duties.

Office Assistant III

This position supports the APP program and includes clerical duties, composing correspondence, scheduling meetings, filing, and other related tasks.

For more information, contact Karen Ewald at