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Employment status: Initial 6 months with potential to be permanent, part-time (20-30 hrs/week)
Reports to: Program Director
This is a new position created to help develop and implement Path with Art’s (PwA) Replicable Model and Tool-kit in order to help share our work and train other organizations in Seattle and beyond.
Working with the executive and program team, this person will be responsible for compiling in-depth research, development, refinement, and implementation of a flexibly designed tool-kit and training that supports the replication of PwA’s successful program model. The Project Manager will coordinate with arts organizations, utilize existing research, and be responsible for preparing the tool-kit for public consumption. The Project Manager will lead direct and indirect outreach to interested organizations, and will oversee the implementation of the tool-kit and lead arts trainings at locations throughout the US.
Scope of Responsibilities:
• Develop scope and appropriate documentation
• Coordinate and define goals for program evaluation and trauma informed care trainings
• Coordinate with systems administrator and identify database needs and requirements as relevant to the project
• Work with four arts partners to pilot organizational trainings
• Develop appropriate collateral
• Identify partners outside of region to pilot tool kit
• Document and archive Replicable Model and Toolkit images and written materials.
Additional tasks as necessary inclusive of participating in appropriate-staff and program-staff meetings, collaborating on day-of tasks for Replicable Model and Toolkit-related trainings
Competitive candidates will possess:
• A Bachelor’s degree in Arts Administration, Non- Profit Management, Project Management, or other fields closely related, or the equivalent experience
• Demonstrable research skills
• Experience working for a community-based arts or social service organization and/or arts and project management education preferred
• Excellent organizational, administrative, and project management skills, and strong attentiveness to detail
• The ability to coordinate multiple projects and appropriately prioritize, as well as work independently
• Excellent written and oral communication skills, including the ability to speak effectively in a variety of public-facing situations
• Excellent listening skills and the ability to convey complex thoughts and ideas understandably
• Ability to think creatively and strategically, strong analytical and problem-solving skills, and a natural inclination to think outside of the box
• A belief system aligned with Path with Art’s values, vision, and mission
• A self-motivated work ethic and an interest in learning and growing within the position and the organization.
• Experience facilitating trainings for non-profits
• Reliable transportation
• Proficiency in Microsoft Office, CRM and database software (Salesforce experience a plus), Adobe Suite skills appreciated
Path with Art is an equal opportunity employer.
Please, no phone calls about this position. Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to Amanda Hashagen, Amanda@pathwithart.org. Please include Project Manager in the subject line.
Artists with Disabilities, Arts-Related, Emerging Fields & Cross-Disciplinary, Non-Profit Orgs.