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ADULT PROGRAMMING COORDINATOR 

We are seeking a part-time, contracted Adult Programming Coordinator to develop and implement programs, activities, and events in support of our mission of nurturing a community rich in culture and creativity by providing all people access to educational and inspirational programs. This includes enhancing our flagship program, Cabin Fever, as well as creating new inspirational offerings. 

If you have a passion for the arts and humanities, skills and expertise in program and/or event management, come work with us. 

Overview

This position is part of a leadership team building a healthy and innovative organization. The team will meet regularly to design and co-create events to fulfill our mission. 

The team consists of 

  • Acting Director
  • Adult Programs Coordinator
  • Children’s Programs Coordinator
  • Development and Communications Coordinator

Specific Duties 

  • Developing the annual calendar of adult programming, events, activities and associated budgets. 
  • Coordinating Cabin Fever, Stage Flight, and annual Heritage Night
  • Identifying potential content.
  • Recruitment of instructors and presenters.
  • Securing venues and other logistical components.
  • Arranging on-site support as needed.
  • Communication with instructors and presenters. 
  • Arranging appropriate thank-yous.
  • Coordinating volunteers needed to assist with programs, events and activities.
  • Working with members of the leadership team building organization culture, communication and promotion.
  • Building and strengthening relationships with community members, organizations and businesses in support of the programming.
  • Preparing outlines and budget estimates of anticipated revenues, expenses and other resource needs in advance of production. 
  • Tracking and reporting participation and participant satisfaction. 

Qualifications, Skills, and Abilities 

  • Demonstrated experience in successful program and/or event coordination.
  • Strong interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills and a can-do attitude.
  • Well-organized, detail-oriented, able to set priorities and manage time to adhere to multiple projects and timelines under pressure of deadlines.
  • Ability to manage multiple and complex projects with multiple team members.
  • Capacity to work independently and work effectively as part of a team. 
  • Willingness to occasionally take on work outside of the immediate job description when in the best interest of the organization.
  • A passion for and commitment to the arts and humanities and MAHC’s mission and values.  

Compensation 

This is a part-time, contracted, annual stipend position with compensation based on applicant experience and current local nonprofit salary rates. It is understood that hours will vary by month and season. 

To Apply 

Email a letter of interest, resume, and three references to mccallartshumanities@gmail.com with “MAHC Adult Program Coordinator” in the subject line. Application review begins immediately and closes when filled.

DEVELOPMENT & COMMUNICATIONS COORDINATOR 

We are seeking a part-time, contracted Development and Communications Coordinator to develop and implement communication strategies and activities to engage support and participation in our mission of nurturing a community rich in culture and creativity by providing all people access to educational and inspirational programs. This includes managing the website, social media, and program registrations. 

 If you have a passion for the arts and humanities, skills and expertise in developing communications and managing information, come work with us. 

Overview

This position is part of a leadership team building a healthy and innovative organization. The team will meet regularly to design and co-create events to fulfill our mission. 

The team consists of 

  • Acting Director
  • Adult Programs Coordinator
  • Children’s Programs Coordinator
  • Development and Communications Coordinator

Specific Duties 

  • Manage content, design, and updates of the website. 
  • Oversee the receipt, processing, and data entry of all donations, registration/program participants, sponsorships and grant awards through the Little Green Light Database system. 
  • Assist to stabilize and maintain content on Google Drive.
  • Assist with creation of organization email accounts. 
  • Help develop, produce and disseminate newsletters via MailChimp. Track content that engages the most readers.
  • Work with other members of the leadership team building organization culture, communication and promotion.
  • Curate content and increase audience engagement on MAHC’s Facebook and Instagram channels.
  • Work with team to create and collect content and photos for use in all mediums. 
  • Oversee fundraising appeals, event invites, program announcements and other marketing materials.
  • Help design and produce occasional printed newsletters. 
  • Assure dissemination of timely gift acknowledgements.

Qualifications, Skills, and Abilities 

  • Demonstrated experience in successful website, email tools and social media management.
  • Proficiency with office software including Google Suite, MS Office, Donor database and Adobe helpful.  Willingness to learn other software, including Little Green Light CRM.
  • Strong interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills and a can-do attitude.
  • Well-organized, detail-oriented, able to set priorities and manage time to adhere to multiple projects and timelines under pressure of deadlines.
  • Ability to manage multiple and complex projects with multiple team members.
  • Capacity to work independently and work effectively as part of a team. 
  • Willingness to occasionally take on work outside of the immediate job description when in the best interest of the organization.
  • A passion for and commitment to the arts and humanities and MAHC’s mission and values.  

Compensation 

This is a part-time, contracted position with compensation based on applicant experience and current local nonprofit hourly rates. It is understood that hours will vary by month and season. As a contracted position, the Coordinator will track hours and invoice our bookkeeper. 

To Apply 

Email a letter of interest, resume, and three references to mccallartshumanities@gmail.com with “MAHC Development & Communications Coordinator” in the subject line. Application review begins immediately and closes when filled.

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McCall, ID 83638

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