Had a little bit of a lull there, but now we’re back in business!
The Canada Council for the Arts is a federal Crown corporation created by an Act of Parliament in 1957 “to foster and promote the study and enjoyment of, and the production of works in, the arts.” To fulfill this mandate, the Council offers a broad range of grants and services to professional Canadian artists and arts organizations in dance, music, theatre, visual arts, writing and publishing, media arts and integrated arts. It also promotes public awareness of the arts through its communications, research and arts promotion activities. The Canada Council Art Bank, the Killam Program of scholarly awards, and the Canadian Commission for UNESCO are administered through the Council.
The Council is looking for a visionary leader who can guide and mobilize the organization to successfully implement the objectives laid out in its 2011-2016 Strengthening Connections Strategic Plan. With an exceptional ability for cooperating creatively and effectively with a highly committed Board of Directors in accomplishing the mission of the organization, the selected candidate should have an enviable reputation in the Canadian cultural community, based on the quality of past achievements and superior professional integrity.
No deadline listed. Salary is $210,600 to $247,700 (in Canadian dollars, of course). The Council is also looking for a Secretary-General for the Canadian Commission for UNESCO.
Fractured Atlas is seeking a full-time Program Associate. This position will provide administrative support for our core member programs and services. It is an entry-level position that involves a great deal of front-line customer service. We have over 30,000 artists in our membership nationwide who come to us daily for guidance, assistance and support.
Deadline: January 15 for the Program Associate position and none listed for the Software Developer. The PA position pays $40k.
Over the past two years, the Communications Network Board – composed of communications leaders from the nation’s top foundations – developed and approved a strategic plan designed to take the Network to the next level. Building on a string of successful years in membership, fundraising and programming, the Network seeks to maintain its core strength among its foundation-based membership while gradually expanding to draw in leading nonprofit communication professionals. We envision an organization that becomes a hub of excellence in the realm of nonprofit communications – an important constituency not presently served by existing networks – and that draws on the experience and commitment of communications professionals working not only for foundations, but for other leading nonprofits.
No deadline. An interesting setup where the ED works from anywhere with the support of an association management firm in Naperville, IL.
Newman’s Own Foundation is currently seeking a smart and dynamic professional to serve as its first Program Manager to develop and lead these two exciting programs within the Encouraging Philanthropy focus area. Reporting to the Foundation’s Managing Director, the Program Manager will play an integral role in building and implementing every aspect of these programs, enabling the Foundation to bring the organization’s commitment to philanthropy to life. This is a fantastic opportunity for a visionary with experience creating, managing and driving high impact programs forward.
Philanthrogeek is hiring! We are looking for an established or aspiring social media professional to work with our team on an exciting new contract with a major foundation. This is a part-time (approximately 20 hours/week) contract position for February and March of 2014. Our new business is growing, and the right person can grow along with us, starting with this opportunity.
Deadline: Hurry up, because it’s tomorrow, January 13! Not an arts gig per se, but your would-be boss is on the boards of the National Association for Media Arts & Culture and the Seattle chapter of the Awesome Foundation. Plus, the “major foundation” in question is indeed major, maybe even (ahem) the major-est one there is.
As a member of the Glasspockets team, the Special Projects Associate is responsible for helping to create Glasspockets’ content and blog coverage of transparency and accountability in the philanthropic sector. Working closely with the Manager of Glasspockets, his/her responsibilities include canvassing a range of foundation web sites and media outlets for news of interest to Glasspockets audiences; writing and formatting blog posts; developing proposals for Glasspockets support, and working with other members of the Glasspockets team to enhance and update the Glasspockets web site. As a member of the San Francisco team, the Special Projects Associate is also responsible for assisting the Director of the SF Office with proposal development, reports to donors, and other special projects as assigned.
No deadline. The job is part-time, 15 hours a week.