Salary Range: $5,140 - $7,222
Position Title: Community Arts Development Coordinator (PA3)
Business Oregon is seeking a Community Arts Development Coordinator (Program Analyst 3) to join our Arts & Culture Division. This position supports the Oregon Arts Commission that provides leadership, funding and arts programs through its grants, special initiatives and services. Are you passionate about advancing Oregon’s community arts vitality and do you enjoy collaborating with stakeholders to deliver arts training and technical assistance? Do you thrive in detail-oriented work such as; application review training, reviewing applications for completeness and compliance, and administering grant-making programs? This is a sensational opportunity for an individual possessing the right balance of these skills and passion for Oregon’s community arts programs.
What you will do!
The Community Development Coordinator is responsible for providing statewide services and managing grant-making programs for communities that are addressing issues, problems, or opportunities using arts as the primary means of advancement. This position manages the agency’s relationship with the statewide network of local arts councils and community partners. The Coordinator manages the Arts Build Communities Program, the Small Operating Support program, and one or more discipline-based programs within the Operating Support Program. This position provides direct technical assistance to local arts organizations.
Additionally, as the Community Development Coordinator, you will:
- Create and maintain relationships with multiple partners, local, statewide national, and grant making organizations.
- Design and manage grant programs to achieve agency goals and objectives.
- Work directly with Program, Grant and Office Coordinators to ensure consistency in program delivery and technical assistance to guarantee professionalism with our constituents.
- Review all applications for completeness and compliance with Arts Commission guidelines and perform application reviews for eligibility and completeness.
- Identify eligible applicants and promote grant opportunities, particularly to underserved communities.
- Develop relationships with Business Oregon’s Regional Development Officers to strengthen collaboration for community arts development.
Application deadline is January 28, 2020.
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