Brooklyn Community Foundation seeks a Program Officer to be responsible for two of its key field of interest funds: Arts for All and Caring Neighbors. The Program Officer will be responsible for all aspects of grant making in these areas, including initial review and research, site visits, internal presentations and post award evaluations. The Program Officer will report to the Foundation’s senior Program Director, and work closely with the President, Chief Operating Officer and other members of the foundation staff.
In this newly created role, the Communications Director will develop and implement communications strategies aimed at amplifying and advancing the Foundation’s funding priorities and social change ambitions. S/he will increase Surdna’s communications capacity thereby enabling the Foundation to better inform, engage and influence priority audiences and allow Surdna to use its voice more strategically. The Director will report to the Senior Director for Programs and Strategies and will work closely with the President, Program Directors, Office of Grants Management and Systems, Program Officers, and Program Associates.
The Los Angeles County Arts Commission seeks a full-time Research and Evaluation Manager to provide in-house expertise on program research, needs assessment, evaluation design and methodologies, program monitoring, and outcome measurement. This position will work alongside the Arts Commission’s programs, which include $4.1 million in annual support to over 350 small, midsize and large arts organizations; professional development for arts organizations; paid summer internships in nonprofit arts organizations for undergraduate students; leadership for the implementation of Arts for All, the County’s strategic plan to restore public arts education; programming the Ford Amphitheatre, a 1,240 seat historic outdoor amphitheatre; producing a live annual Holiday Celebration also broadcast on KCET; and integrating the work of artists into the planning, design and construction of Los Angeles County infrastructure and facilities through the Civic Art Program.
No deadline, but applications will start being reviewed December 1. Salary range is $70,000-92,000.
Also, the Technology in the Arts blog just posted this great list of arts job listing websites.