Job Opportunities

CITYarts is looking for talented individuals who are looking for an opportunity to join the non-profit sector while making a difference through art with youths. Look at our listing of available positions and apply. We look forward to your submissions.

 

Development Coordinator

We are looking for a hard-working, committed, detail-oriented and enthusiastic development professional with a sense of urgency and a passionate commitment to youth and the arts. The position requires people skills as well as excellent writing and research abilities. The candidate must be a capable self-starter who works well as an individual, accepts directions, and works well in a team. Reports will be made to CITYarts’ & Creative Executive Director on a weekly basis.

QUALIFICATIONS
•     Master’s degree
•    3+ years of prior development/fundraising experience
•    Knowledge of non-profit arts development
•    Excellent writing, presentation, research and planning skills
•    Attention to detail
•    Experience in writing grants and proposals to foundations, corporations, and individuals
•    Ability to set goals and take ownership of duties
•    Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, and Salesforce

DUTIES
•    Research and cultivate new sources of government, corporate, foundation and individual support in writing by phone and in-person
•    Write and submit letters of inquiry and proposals
•    Provide meticulous care in the appearance and content of work products
•    Maintain system for tracking all development correspondence, reporting and supporter records
•    Maintain fundraising calendar and donation records
•    Provide staff support and outreach for the Annual Benefit and other fundraising events

BENEFITS
•    Starting salary commensurate with experience: $40K and up
•    2 weeks (10 business days) accrued vacation
•    May join in 403B
•    Health Insurance to be discussed on an individual basis

Email current résumé and a detailed, one page cover letter to Tsipi Ben-Haim, Executive & Creative Director, at: tsipi@cityarts.org Please include in the subject line: Job Application, Development Coordinator.

Pieces for Peace Coordinator

We are looking for a hard-working, committed, detail-oriented and enthusiastic professional with a sense of urgency and a passionate commitment to youth and the arts. The Pieces for Peace Coordinator will coordinate project planning on a national and global scale. The position requires people skills as well as excellent writing and research abilities. The candidate must be a capable self-starter who works well as an individual, accepts directions, and works well in a team. Reports will be made to CITYarts’ Executive & Creative Director on a weekly basis.

Requirements:

• Bachelor’s degree and relevant work experience, preferably in the non-profit sector

• Excellent verbal and written communication skills

• Exceptional analytical skills, attention to detail, and organizational skills

• Interest in peace and connecting globally

• Previous knowledge of Salesforce a plus

• Experience with a variety of software programs, including Excel, Word, and database applications, proficient with Mac and PC

• Prior work with children and sensitivity to youth issues

• Prior experience working with budgets

• Outstanding interpersonal skills, a desire to learn; the ability to be flexible and proactive

Responsibilities:

• Coordinate multiple Pieces for Peace Exhibitions locally and globally

• Coordinate logistics for new Peace Walls

• Coordinate logistics for site programming, special events, and annual benefits

• Identify and manage outreach to global partners, schools, youth organizations, and government entities including the UN and EU

• Coordinate and lead local and global Pieces for Peace workshops

• Act as liaison between CITYarts and collaborating embassies, galleries, volunteers, and community organizations

• Collaborate with development staff to identify sponsors to fund our Young Minds Build Bridges projects

• Update website and social media

• Prepare media blasts (experience with Constant Contact a plus), write press releases and press outreach

• Recruit and oversee CITYarts’ Pieces for Peace interns, delegating tasks and managing schedules

• Provide general administrative support as necessary

Benefits:

• Starting salary $40-45K

• 2 weeks (10 working days) accrued vacation

• May join in 403B

• Health Insurance to be discussed on an individual basis

Email current résumé and a detailed, one page cover letter to Tsipi Ben-Haim, Executive & Creative. Please include in the subject line: Job Application, Pieces for Peace Coordinator.