Engage Program Liaison

Engage Program Liaison

Mid-America Arts
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.

Job Duties


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
division materials.


Maintain and monitor all program-related calendars.


Assist the Engage Evaluation Specialist in the distribution of Peer Sessions
and Workshop surveys.


Working Conditions

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.

Minimum Qualifications


Four year
degree or equivalent experience


At least
five years administrative level in the non-profit sector


Knowledge of
graphic design software (Canva, Adobe Creative Suite, Photoshop)


organized and detailed oriented


written and verbal communication skills


Social media


problem solver




management experience


To apply please send cover
letter, writing sample, and resume to Applications will be accepted through July
30. No phone calls please.


Mid-America Arts Alliance is
an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Due Date: Jul 31, 2019
Contact Name: Angelette Hart is a free, user-managed website. Posts and comments submitted on do not necessarily serve as an endorsement or reflect the views of FreshArts or its staff.

My Salon Suite (Houston- West U)

​3901-C Bellaire Blvd.
77025 Houston , TX
United States
Texas US

MY SALON Suite® offers beauty professionals the opportunity to own their own business without the large upfront costs and risks associated with building and running a salon.

Every MY SALON Suite® location includes private spacious suites that are well appointed with high-end luxury amenities and top-of-the-line salon equipment for different specialties of health and beauty professionals, ranging from hair stylists to nail technicians, massage therapists, spa professionals, and skin treatment experts.

We take pride in offering the largest suites in the industry, giving our beauty professionals a luxuriously equipped three station salon.

Our West University, Houston, location is conveniently located in the Braes Heights Shopping Center on the Southeast corner of Holcombe and Stella Link. We are located on the second floor above Molina’s Cantina and Parker Uniforms. Stylists and clients will love our location and its’ proximity to surrounding neighborhoods, including Southside Place, West University, Bellaire and the world renowned Medical Center.

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Houston Arts Alliance - Grant Manager

Position: Grants Manager
Salary: Competitive salary based on qualifications plus benefits


Houston Arts Alliance (HAA) is a local arts and culture organization whose principle work is to implement the City of Houston’s vision, values, and goals for its arts grantmaking and civic art investments. HAA’s work is conducted through contracts with the City of Houston, overseen by the Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs. HAA also executes privately funded special projects to meet the needs of the arts community, such as disaster preparation, research on the state of the arts in Houston, and temporary public art projects that energize neighborhoods.

The Grants Manager is responsible for all components of the grantmaking process and lifecycle from initial conversations with prospect applicants to application processes to panel review to contracting and payments to reviewing and signing off on final reports. Managing this process requires a high standard of accuracy and timeliness. Success will also include expanding outreach to increase awareness of and accessibility to Houston Arts Alliance (HAA) grantmaking. HAA strives for continual improvement in the systems, constituent service, and quality in our grantmaking and other work. The ideal candidate will have a record of success serving the needs of individuals with diverse cultural, social, and ethnic backgrounds. He or she will demonstrate initiative and embody the values of humility and service. The Manager will contribute heavily to an internal culture and external impact that recognizes and supports artists and the structures that support and present the arts in Houston. 

Grants Management

  1. Plan and implement day-to-day administration of grants programs
  2. Steward existing and prospective grantees through the grantmaking process, using coaching, at meetings, during workshops and through other public facing outreach
  3. Tailor the assistance you provide to the needs of the individual or community being served
  4. Manage a portfolio of grants, including reviewing eligibility of applicants, establishing a panel, moving applicants through adjudication, ensuring grantee compliance with requirements, and completion of final reports
  5. Serve as the liaison between grants department and Finance and other divisions to ensure records are maintained, payments are processed, and monthly reconciliation succeeds
  6. Evaluate grantmaking processes, systems, technology; conceive of improvements; implement with broad buy-in
  7. Assist in strategy setting  to address emerging community and industry needs and trends
  8. Lead meetings and group processes for the purposes of evaluation, fact-finding, decision-making, peer learning and collaboration to accomplish shared goals of the organization and community


Outreach and Collaboration

  1. Develop and implement a comprehensive and innovative outreach to expand awareness and accessibility of HAA grantmaking
  2. Participate in the development and execution of services that meet community or program needs
  3. Tailor the assistance you provide to the needs of the individual or community being served
  4. Manage communication strategies through various social, website and presentations
  5. Attend stakeholder events to act as an ambassador for the organization in various settings and show support to grantees
  6. Participate in conferences, affinity networks, and meetings with thought leaders to advance HAA’s practice and impact


  1. Bachelor’s degree
  2. Minimum of three years’ experience in comparable work and settingsAccuracy and precision when managing information and detailsA value system the prioritizes service to the community and humility
  3. Knowledge of and experience with Houston’s diverse communities
  4. Passion for providing the best service possible to the arts and cultural community
  5. Excellent written and oral communication skills, including the ability to make complex issues understandable and relevant to external audiences
  6. Strong skills in Microsoft Office, Excel, Word and PowerPoint
  7. A problem solving disposition, sense of humor, and positive contributions to organizational culture
  8. Ability to prioritize projects, meet deadlines, and support others in doing the same
  9. Working knowledge of Spanish language, oral and written, is highly desired


Please send resume, cover letter, and three references via email to, with “Grants Manager” in the subject line of your email. The deadline for applications is January 31, 2019.

Due Date: Jan 31, 2019
Contact Name: Deidre Thomas
Phone: 713-527-9330 is a free, user-managed website. Posts and comments submitted on do not necessarily serve as an endorsement or reflect the views of FreshArts or its staff.

Weekley Family YMCA

7101 Stella Link Rd.
77025 Houston , TX
United States
Texas US

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1940 Air Terminal Museum

8325 Travelair Street
77061 Houston , TX
United States
Texas US
(713) 454-1940

A visit to the Museum also affords a front row vantage point to Hobby Airport's diverse airport operations. Between airline traffic, business aviation and frequent fixed wing and rotary wing general aviation traffic, the Museum has an air show every day. The entire ground floor of the historic Terminal is occupied by the Museum. The restoration of the upper floors, including the observation decks and the tower cab, is pending. Our campus has expanded to include the recently restored 1928 Carter Field Airmail Hangar.

Located at 8325 Travelair Street, Houston, Texas 77061, on the west side of Hobby Airport, just east of Telephone Road. 

The Museum is open 10-5 Tuesday through Saturday, and 1-5 on Sunday afternoons. 

Regular admission is $5 for adults and $3 for kids ages 12-5. Kids 4 and under are free. The Museum also offers free admission for Museum Members, active duty members of the military, law enforcement and fire fighters.

The Terminal and Hangar are being restored and operated by the Houston Aeronautical Heritage Society, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

Flooding and the Future of Houston & Documenting Harvey

Jim Blackburn, co-director of the Severe Storm Prevention, Education, and Evacuation from Disaster (SPEED) Center at Rice University and director of the Bayou City Initiative, and Dr. Stephen Klineberg, founding director of the Kinder Institute for Urban Research at Rice University, will discuss flooding and the future of Houston.

This will be the first public conversation between Blackburn, who specializes in sustainable development, environmental law, and civil and environmental engineering, and Dr. Klineberg, urban and environmental sociology expert.

Wendy Watriss, award-winning social and political photojournalist, will lead a discussion about documenting major traumatic events from the photographer's perspective. Watriss is joined by Houston Chronicle photojournalists Elizabeth Conley, Brett Coomer, Melissa Phillip, and Godofredo Vasquez, all of whom were on the front lines of documenting Hurricane Harvey.

The event is free. Registration is required.

Presented in partnership with the Houston Chronicle, Bayou City Initiative, and SSPEED Center at Rice University.
Oct 2, 2018
6:30 pm
Tuesday Time & Price:
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Patron Services Representative (Box Office) -Part Time

Come work for Houston's Home for Musical Theatre!

Patron Services Representative position will support the day-to-day operations
of the Ticket Operations/Sales, Group Ticket Sales and Marketing
departments.  The position will assist
with general office duties during regular business hours as well as day of show
activities including, but not limited to, pre-show set-up, special event
coordination and sales efforts. 


  • Responsible for opening and closing
  • Responsible for printing tickets/ Gift
    Certificates - will call, mail, mobile delivery, print at home
  • Answer phones and take Patron inquires
    related to new sales, prior sales, ticket exchange and other services



knowledge of Musical Theatre preferred but not required.

punctual and regular attendance. 


in Microsoft office (Excel/Word).

  • Ticketing and/or
    Customer Service experience required
  • Available to work flexible hours
    including evenings, weekends and holidays. 
  • Experience on Tessitura Ticketing System preferred
  • Ability
    to communicate effectively and persuasively in oral and written
    communication on an interpersonal or group level.
  • Ability
    to manage multiple priorities to ensure work is completed in a timely and
    productive manner.
  • Ability
    to work in a fast-paced environment and maintain a sound perspective,
    essential for maintaining healthy relationships with co-workers.
  • A
    positive attitude and an earnest interest in providing good customer
  • Exemplary
    attention to detail and accuracy.
  • Ability
    to maintain confidentiality.
  • Strong
    commitment to diversity and inclusion.
  • Ability
    and commitment to working with diverse groups in terms of gender
    expression, race, sexual orientation, religion, ability, age, class and
    immigrant status.
Due Date: Oct 10, 2018 is a free, user-managed website. Posts and comments submitted on do not necessarily serve as an endorsement or reflect the views of FreshArts or its staff.

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