The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, based in Menlo Park, California, seeks to recruit an Evaluation Officer for its Effective Philanthropy Group. The Effective Philanthropy Group, launched in August 2012, is designed to work collaboratively with all program and operational teams on issues of cross-Foundation relevance, providing support in the areas of strategy, measurement and evaluation, organizational learning, philanthropy, and organizational effectiveness. This hybrid team includes both grantmaking and internal strategic functions. The Evaluation Officer will report to the Director of the Effective Philanthropy Group and will have the opportunity to contribute to and help shape this new team within the Foundation.
No deadline, but it was posted over a month ago, so check with them.
The Arts Education Partnership, a division of the Council of Chief State School Officers, is seeking applicants for a full-time Program Associate for Research and Policy position. AEP is a national coalition of more than 100 education, arts, business, cultural, government, and philanthropic organizations dedicated to ensuring that every young person in America has a high qualityeducation in and through the arts as part of life and learning. AEP provides leadership, advocacy, research, and policy analysis to its partnering organizations and to the field of arts education. It is the primary source and convener for organizations interested in advancing arts education through partnerships.
Fractured Atlas is seeking a full-time Program Associate. This position will provide administrative support for all of our core programs and services and for the organization overall. It is an entry-level position and involves a great deal of front-line customer service. We have over 25,000 artists nationally in our membership who come to us daily for guidance, assistance and support.
Artful.ly, an arts organization management platform, is seeking an experienced software engineer to design new features, improve our application, and make our users happy.
Deadline is February 1 for the software engineer position and February 15 for the program associate. Come be my coworker!
We are looking for a collaborative, experimental, organized person to join the MAH team as our exhibitions manager. This is a full-time position with benefits; salary range is $40,000-$50,000 depending on experience. In this role, you will have three primary responsibilities:
- management of the development, design and installation of all exhibitions and site-based installations
- development of interactive and participatory elements throughout the museum
- community leadership and organizing to advance the Museum’s social goals through exhibition projects
In the first 12 to 18 months, 50% of your work time will be spent leading the redevelopment of our permanent Santa Cruz History Gallery to be a more interactive, flexible, and participatory space. After that project is done, this job may shift to part time or continue at full-time depending on what new projects have arisen. We’re a growing organization and I hope you can understand our uncertainty in this regard.
No deadline. Santa Cruz MAH is Nina Simon‘s shop. They are also hiring a part-time Community Engagement & Marketing Associate with a deadline of January 31. Note: both of these positions require a rather intense application.
The Senior Associate position will be part of a team of people working on CSSP’s Neighborhood Investment and Community Change initiatives. The incumbent will have leadership responsibilities on several efforts. The incumbent will be responsible for day-to-day management and coordination of CSSP’s work as part of a team providing technical assistance and training support to cities funded as part of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s Choice Neighborhoods initiative. This position will also play a senior role in CSSP’s technical assistance to cities that are planning or implementing the Promise Neighborhoods approach, as part of CSSP’s role within the Promise Neighborhoods Institute at PolicyLink. The goal of this technical assistance is to help assure that local sites “turn the curve” on desired results for children, families and communities.
The link says the deadline is January 10, but it was posted January 22, so I assume it’s still open.