The J. Paul Getty Trust (“Getty”) is the world’s largest - and one of its most influential - cultural and philanthropic organization dedicated to the visual arts. Through its work in Los Angeles and around the world – including conservation, research, publication, exhibitions, grants, and education – the Getty’s leadership advances the understanding, presentation, and conservation of the world’s cultural heritage. Getty makes a lasting difference in conservation practice and art historical research and promotes knowledge and appreciation of art among audiences of all ages. Getty pursues its mission internationally, serving both the general interested public and a wide range of specialized professional communities to promote a vital society through an understanding of the visual arts.
Nearly two million visitors each year enjoy art, architecture, and gardens at Getty’s two locations in Los Angeles: Getty Villa, which first opened in 1974, and which was extensively remodeled and reopened in 2006 to house the Getty Museum’s antiquities collection; and Getty Center, which opened in 1997 and where the offices are housed, together with the Getty’s four programs.
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The Head of Sustainability is a newly created position and will work as a visionary leader and organizational strategist to provide thoughtful leadership, creativity, and an experienced perspective on matters related to sustainability and resilience.
Reporting to the Director of Facilities, the Head of Sustainability works to develop and execute broad-based Getty-wide strategic sustainability initiatives and will bring subject matter expertise on sustainability to support the institution not only using resources responsibly but preserving cultural property. The Head of Sustainability’s work is poised to impact across the Getty organization. This position provides an opportunity to work with leaders and colleagues, institution-wide, to synthesize environmental information and partner on sustainable and resilience initiatives.
The Head of Sustainability is a leadership role and will work in close partnership with the four constituent programs and others across the institution in the development, implementation, and coordination of the Getty's strategic sustainability and resilience initiatives.
The Getty has retained Opus Partners to support this recruitment. Katie Dean, Associate Partner and Marisea Rivera, Senior Associate & Certified Diversity Recruiter are leading the search. For more information or to apply, please contact Katie at email@example.com
Strategic Sustainability Program
Sustainability Projects and Reporting
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