Alliance is hiring for the part-time position of Engage Liaison for the Engage
provides community centered professional and organizational development that
focuses on leadership training for small to midsize arts and cultural
organizations. Using a combination of workshops, coach consultations and peer
to peer learning opportunities, Engage Houston works with participants to
govern more effectively, become more fiscally astute and develop strategies to
address community needs. Development of
these skills ensure long-term sustainability and improved community impact.
Engage strengthens participating arts organizations and arts leaders,
amplifying an arts ecosystem that supports the wider community.
Act as primary
support for the Senior Program Officer and consultants with
regards to the ENGAGE program.
Organize, attend, and take notes
for all ENGAGE program related
conference calls and meetings.
Organize and oversee all ENGAGE program related workshops and
meetings by preparing materials, handling correspondence with participants,
coordinating travel, food, and hotel arrangements.
Follow-up with project consultants to ensure timely
collection of all consultant deliverables including invoices,
consultant travel, and project reporting.
Oversee the preparation, delivery, and receipt
of all project participant's applications, contracts, and fees.
Manage all web-based
communication tools used in program
delivery including Survey Monkey, Dropbox, Google Docs,
webinars, email, etc.
Oversee the maintenance of the ENGAGE program digital
filing system for all
Maintain and monitor all program-related calendars.
Assist the Engage Evaluation Specialist in the distribution of Peer Sessions
and Workshop surveys.
Most work is of a sedentary nature, sitting at a desk using a computer,
phone and other office equipment. While a majority of work occurs in relation
to a long term plan, the ENGAGE Liaison will be required to be flexible to
changing priorities and additional projects that may require overtime and the
ability to manage short term deadlines.
degree or equivalent experience
five years administrative level in the non-profit sector
graphic design software (Canva, Adobe Creative Suite, Photoshop)
organized and detailed oriented
written and verbal communication skills
To apply please send cover
letter, writing sample, and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications will be accepted through July
30. No phone calls please.
Mid-America Arts Alliance is
an Equal Opportunity Employer.