The Community Outreach & Administrative Coordinator will have a deep commitment to the mission of ARTZ Philadelphia, a non-profit organization that offers opportunities to enhance quality of life for people living with dementia and their care partners, through interactions around arts and culture. The person in this position will represent the organization in diverse communities throughout Greater Philadelphia and will work with the Executive Director to develop and implement initiatives that fulfill ARTZ Philadelphia’s mandates to engage and enliven, to build empathy and educate. The person who fills this role will take on both outreach and administrative responsibilities, and will therefore have the ability to envision the big picture and also feel satisfaction in attending to and managing the small details.
This is a new position that has evolved with the changing needs and program growth of the organization. It offers exciting opportunities for diverse experiences, for engaging a varied skill set, and for growth in the organization.
Outreach Coordination Responsibilities:
This position functions as the primary staff liaison to community- and stakeholder-driven projects; works with the Executive Director and community liaisons to guide projects in direct response to community input; manages, schedules, and coordinates programs and special events, including periodic exhibitions; oversees volunteer recruitment and trainings; and works with Board Outreach Committee and program facilitators to develop and expand volunteer program.
This position creates content for the Web site and newsletter in consultation with Executive Director; serves as Website manager (training provided); provides administrative support to Executive Director and Board in all areas, including developing grants calendar and tracking reporting requirements, special events, fundraising, and marketing and publicity.
Essential attributes or skills:
Required: BA, BS, or BFA in social work, community-based arts programming, education, occupational therapy, art therapy, music therapy, or other relevant field; plus minimum three years experience.
ARTZ Philadelphia is committed to equal opportunity employment practices and to a policy of nondiscrimination, recruiting the best qualified persons available regardless of age, race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, national origin, political affiliation or any other characteristics protected by law.
Please submit resumé and cover letter to: email@example.com
This is a full-time, salaried position with a competitive non-profit salary and benefits.
ARTZ Philadelphia was founded on the belief that people living with dementia should be accorded the benefits of well-being and quality of life that others enjoy. We offer opportunities for interactions around arts and culture that turn this belief into reality. We are committed to supporting and celebrating people with dementia and their care partners as valued members of our wider creative community.
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