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  • 17 Nov 2023 9:45 AM | Anonymous

    [listing expires 03/01/2024]
    Organization Name: Cashiers Historical Society
    Organization Website: www.cashiershistoricalsociety.org

    Cashiers Historical Society (CHS) looks for an experienced and creative Marketing and Events Director (M&E). The M&E Director will work with the Executive Director to develop marketing and communication plans to promote CHS’s mission and related programs. In addition to marketing, this position will also develop, manage, and execute the organization’s events. The largest event is the Cashiers Designer Showhouse, CHS’s primary fundraiser. The M&E Director will organize Showhouse with the event’s leadership team. To apply, please submit a cover letter, resume, and portfolio illustrating your marketing experience to amelia@cashiershistoricalsociety.org

    1. General Marketing and Communication Duties

    The Marketing and Events Director will develop and implement a marketing campaign to publicize CHS. The Marketing and Events Director will publicize all events produced by CHS including, Heritage Apple Day, The Airing of the Quilts, the Symposium, the Mountain Heritage Lectures, Founders Day and Christmas at Colonel John’s Cabin. These duties will be assigned by the Executive Director.

    The M&E Director will:

    ● Work with the Executive Director to create a strategic communication plan, with unified graphic images to further establish CHS’s brand. Evaluate the plan to ensure it is aligned with the organization’s overall mission and strategic plan.

    ● Collaborate with CHS’s contracted graphic designer to ensure all collateral material fits into the organization’s strategic communication plan.

    ● Develop social media content that promotes events. In collaboration with the Education and Outreach Manager, create content on the history of the area to share on social channels

    ● Maintain CHS’s website to ensure it is an updated and dynamic extension of CHS

    ● Collaborate with the Executive Director to develop press releases and materials to

    distribute to media outlets

    ● The M&E Director will be responsible for blast emails for CHS generally as well as for

    the Showhouse and other events.

    ● The M&E Director will work with the Executive Director to produce and distribute

    periodic newsletters to CHS members and friends.

    2. General Events and Showhouse Duties

    In the summer, CHS hosts a variety of educational events as well as the Cashiers Designer Showhouse®, which is CHS’s primary fundraiser. Showhouse takes place during the last of August and concludes Labor Day weekend. Work on the Showhouse starts in the winter and reaches a crescendo during July and August. The M&E Director’s duties regarding the Showhouse include the following:

    ● Develop events with the Executive Director. The M&E Director will work with vendors, set up ticket sales, and manage the event day-of.

    ● Work with the Education and Outreach Manager to promote and manage educational events

    ● In collaboration with the Showhouse leadership team, create all written and graphic materials for Benefactor and Sponsor packets.

    ● In collaboration with the Showhouse leadership team, produce and distribute all press releases and other necessary communications regarding the Showhouse.

    ● In collaboration with the Showhouse leadership team, arrange and manage any caterers, entertainment, rentals, florists, etc. engaged in connection with the Showhouse.

    ● Manage contracts with the owner of the house, the Designers, the Sponsors, the Vendors and other providers of services or space.

    ● In collaboration with the Showhouse leadership team, arrange and manage all venues for the Showhouse programs.

    3. Required Skills/Qualifications

    ● The M&E Director must have proven experience in marketing events and/or planning and managing events.

    ● The M&E Director should have strong marketing and communication skills. Experience with AdobeSuite, Canva, and Google Workspace preferred.

    ● The M&E Director should have strong skills in website management and managing social media. Experience with Wix, MetaBusiness Suite, and MailChimp preferred.

    ● The M&E Director must have good recommendations from the most recent former employers.

    4. Terms

    Full-time employment: This is a full-time job requiring 40 hours per week. Weekend work is required. Remote work may be negotiated with the Executive Director; however, the Marketing and Events Director will need to be onsite from June through mid- September.

    Base Compensation: The base annual salary would range from $55,000 to $68,000 depending upon experience and other qualifications.

    In addition the M&E Director would receive $200 per month to defray the costs of health insurance.

    Personal time: The position includes 28 days of personal time. Except for emergencies, the personal time must be taken during the period starting October 1 and ending on the following May 31. Subject to the foregoing, all planned personal time must be coordinated with the Executive Director. That said, the months of April, May, September and October are busy times at CHS. Planned personal time during those months should be carefully considered. The maximum amount of planned personal time that could be taken at any one time would be 14 days, and any periods of planned personal time should be separated by at least one month. Unused personal time may not be carried over to subsequent years.


    CHS recognizes New Year’s Day, MLK Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. CHS is open during holidays that occur during the summer season—Memorial Day, Independence Day and Labor Day—but if circumstances require working on those days, the holidays will be made up during the week between Christmas and New Year’s Day.

    Hiring Salary Range: $55,000-$68,000

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  • 30 Oct 2023 8:17 AM | Anonymous

    [listing expires 11/20/2023]
    Organization Name: City of Raleigh
    Organization Website: https://raleighnc.gov

    The Public Art Community Engagement Coordinator works collaboratively with the public art team, the Public Art and Design Board, and Raleigh Arts Commission to create opportunities to spark engagement around public art projects. The coordinator also plans community events, organizes listening and visioning sessions, facilitates artist workshops and produces community-involved art projects. Working collaboratively with artists, community members, project partners and stakeholders, the coordinator will be responsible for planning and developing engagement strategies that align with best practices for equity, access, and inclusion.

    This position is also responsible for gathering, documenting and reporting of input and feedback gathered from community engagement events, surveys, etc. As determined by the public art team, this individual will coordinate the documentation of oral history projects and historic assets gathered during the public art process and work with City staff to ensure it is preserved appropriately and available to the public.

    Successful candidates will be enthusiastic about being a collaborative member of a team developing a public art program with a strong community-centered practice. The position requires a focus on project administration, event planning, communications, and community organizing. Strong project management and organizational skills with the ability to multi-task is essential. Experience working collaboratively with artists, communities, local organizations, individuals, and community stakeholders and the ability to work with a focus on equity, access and inclusion is required. Experience in managing creative projects based in equity, social practice and/or community preferred.

    Hiring Salary Range: $48,000 - 60,000

    Apply via:

  • 30 Oct 2023 8:08 AM | Anonymous

    [listing expires 12/1/2023]
    Organization: Gaston County Museum
    Organization Website: www.gastoncountymuseum.org


    This position will report directly to the Museum Curator and will assist primarily with the Museum's on-going & rotating exhibits.

    Examples of Duties

    • The duties listed below are not all of the duties that may be assigned but are those that are considered as essential for an employee to perform.
    • Assist in the planning, research, installation, and de-installation of rotating exhibitions.
    • Assist and coordinate regular maintenance, updates, and installation of exhibitions at the request of the Curator.
    • Assist with and write didactic labels and other copy as needed for exhibitions, including digital content for social media, website, and newsletters.
    • Provide administrative support to Curator for organization of exhibit related tasks, and general office duties.
    • Coordinate information among various museum departments, including curatorial, collections, visitor services, education and programs, and administration.
    • Serve as liaison for curator's external contacts, including artists, galleries, lenders, teachers, and others as needed.
    • Assist in the preparation, coordination, and logistics for exhibit openings and special events.

    Minimum Qualifications

    Graduation with a high school diploma or GED equivalency required. Bachelor's Degree in art, history, or other related field preferred. At least 6 months of experience working in a museum, gallery, or historic site preferred. Must be available to work occasional nights and weekends as determined by the Curator or Director.

    Hiring Salary Range: Minimally qualified applicants will start at 25% of the salary range: $15.61/hr

    Apply Via:
    Curatorial Assistant | Job Details tab | Career Pages (governmentjobs.com)

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