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Program Manager - Campaigns

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The Center for Cultural Power


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Published 12 days ago

April 1, 2021
March 12, 2021
$65,000 - $75,000Determined by experience and qualifications.

About The Center for Cultural Power 

Artists transform the world by creating powerful art - stories, images and songs. The Center for Cultural Power exists to create a thriving ecosystem for artists and culture makers to shift world view from one of domination to one of collaboration.

A women of color, artist-led organization, we inspire artists and culture makers to imagine a world where power is distributed equitably and we live in harmony with nature. The Center for Cultural Power is creating a thriving ecosystem for artists and culture makers who are dismantling systems of oppression and are dedicated to transformational creative practices. We build artist power through fellowships, trainings, and activations. We create intersectional stories and content addressing issues of migration, climate and gender justice. We engage groups in cultural strategy and are co-creating a field of cultural strategy with organizations and practitioners through convenings, design teams, and strategy tables.

Our staff and board align around the following organizational values:

  • We commit to a Culture of Learning & Growth.
  • We commit to a Culture of Inspiration & Aspiration.
  • We commit to a Culture of Collaboration.
  • We commit to a Culture of Regenerative Practice. 

Who You Are

  • A detail-oriented, collaborative individual who excels with admin, operations, and project management, and likes to get things done.
  • An artist or community organizer working at the intersection of activism and culture, with a commitment to climate, gender, and racial justice.
  • Someone who feels at home working in a collaborative, inclusive, culturally competent, fast-paced environment

Position Overview 

The Program Manager assists in the execution of campaign plans and narrative strategies across programmatic areas within the department, with a primary focus on climate justice. The manager also coordinates partner engagement across the department, including: outreach to movement partners and allies, distribution partners, and analytics contractors. The Program Manager will track artist engagement and movement partnerships on campaigns through Salesforce and be the lead Salesforce Administrator for the Intersectional Storytelling department. They will assist in the tracking of grant deliverables and expenses. At a high level, the Program Manager will provide general support to ensure we deliver our programs with quality and meet the impact goals of our programs. 

Artist Engagement Management (25%)

  • Lead on the development of creative briefs and artist workflows on key campaigns
  • Serve as department lead for Salesforce
  • Track artist engagements and run reports in Salesforce and other systems.
  • Partner in identifying artist networks to engage with on climate and racial justice issues, with an emphasis on Black and Indigenous artists
  • Work closely with the program operations manager for Artist Leadership, collaborate on opportunities to bring together artists for post-project debriefs

Program/Campaign Management (50%)

  • Work closely with the Ecological Arts & Culture Program Manager on the implementation of the Climate Justice plan
  • Provide support for convenings with movement partners and manage the ongoing communications around specific projects with partners. 
  • Manage the development (and updating) of criteria and MOUs for partnership work
  • Work closely with the Director of Campaigns on the research, development, and management of a distribution strategy to amplify the content creation across strategy areas
  • Partner with team members to create post-engagement surveys and tools for artists and movement partners that can be used across strategy areas. 
  • Lead in the coordination between the communications and storytelling team, specifically managing communication strategies and assets related to major campaign efforts on climate, immigration, and gender justice.

Operations (25%)

  • Manage consultants and artists, including onboarding/administrative processes like contracts, MOU’s, etc.
  • Manage general administrative tasks including scheduling internal team meetings and retreats, scheduling external meetings with artists, partners, funders, and processing contracts and invoices.
  • Work with the Director of Campaigns to manage project budget and expense tracking to actuals to ensure budget fidelity.  
  • Manage grant deliverables for assigned projects, interface with funders, track deliverables, and surface learnings
  • Provide the Intersectional Storytelling team with administrative and logistical support.

Location: This is a remote position. We have a preference for someone based on the West Coast. The individual will be expected to work with a team in the Pacific time zone.

Reports to: Director of Campaigns

About The Center for Cultural Power 

Artists transform the world by creating powerful art - stories, images and songs. The Center for Cultural Power exists to create a thriving ecosystem for artists and culture makers to shift world view from…

Details at a glance

  • Full Time Schedule
  • Professional

Benefits

We offer a generous benefits package including full medical, dental, vision (100% company paid for employee & 80% contribution towards dependent premiums), life, disability, flex spending accounts, and 401k plan with 2% match; generous vacation, office closures, sick leave, and holidays. The position is for one year with the potential for extension.

We offer a generous benefits package including full medical, dental, vision (100% company paid for employee & 80% contribution towards dependent premiums), life, disability, flex…

Location

Remote
Work may be performed anywhere in United States
Associated Location
1330 Broadway, Oakland, CA 94612

How to Apply

To apply, please send the following materials to jobs@culturalpower.org with Program Manager - Campaigns in the subject line: 

  1. A cover letter outlining why you are interested in working for The Center for Cultural Power and your relevant experience. 
  2. Your resume.
  3. A list of three references.

All applications will be acknowledged, but only complete applications will be reviewed. Applications will be accepted until March 12, with reviews commencing on a rolling basis. The goal is to have someone start by mid-April.

The Center for Cultural Power supports artists and culture makers whose voices are most needed to transform the status quo towards a more just and inclusive future. This includes artists and cultural workers of color, Black artists, Indigenous artists, migrant artists, artists with disabilities, queer artists, transgender and nonbinary artists, and women of color identified artists. As such, we strongly encourage individuals from these communities to apply. We are committed to the collective work and intentional investment necessary to consistently move in the direction of equity and inclusion.

To apply, please send the following materials to jobs@culturalpower.org with Program Manager - Campaigns in the subject line: 

  1. A cover letter outlining why you are interested in…

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