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  • June 08, 2023 12:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Organization: Green Umbrella

    About the position: Staff Accountant

    Do you have a passion for the environment and future sustainability? Do you want to use your Accounting background to help make a difference in our region?

    Green Umbrella has a new role for a full-time Staff Accountant to be responsible for grant financial reporting and organization financial data. This new role will enable the organization to more effectively report on our programmatic work to improve sustainability and climate resilience in the Greater Cincinnati region.

    The position will focus on:

    • Financial recordkeeping and reporting of grants (financial reporting, billing, and budget reviews)

    • Coordinates the preparation of invoices and financial reports to granting agencies

    • Accounting management using QuickBooks Online including data entry and reconciliation

    • Manages account payable and accounts receivable

    • Supports financial reporting to the Board and as part of 990 preparation

    The successful candidate will have:

    • Associates in Accounting with at least 2 years relevant work experience or Bachelors in Accounting with at least 6 months relevant work experience

    • Experience with non-profit or grant finance reporting preferred

    • Demonstrated experience with QuickBooks or related financial software

    • Proven Excel mastery of pivot tables, formulas, etc.

    • Ability to work independently as well as part of a cross-functional team

    Pay range of $45,000 to $52,500 annually, commensurate with experience and hours worked

    Why Work at Green Umbrella

    • Rewarding Mission

    • Generous Paid Time Off and Other Paid Leave Options (Holidays, Bereavement, Parental Bonding)

    • Health Insurance (100% of health insurance premium cost for full-time employees is covered (no waiting period)

    • Flexible work schedule with hybrid office hours

    At Green Umbrella, we are dedicated to building a diverse, inclusive, and authentic workplace. If you’re excited about this role but your past experience doesn’t align perfectly with every qualification in the job description, we encourage you to apply. Lived experience is equally important as educational experience. We are committed to making sure our applicant pool is diverse and reserve the right to extend the application period or seek additional candidates if it is not.

    To Apply

    Submit a cover letter and resume to First review will take place May 29, 2023 but the position will remain open until it is filled. No phone calls please.


  • June 08, 2023 12:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Organization: Green Umbrella

    About the position: Director of Development and Marketing

    Green Umbrella has a new Director opportunity to lead its Development and Marketing team. This new role will enable the organization to continue to build out its marketing and development strategy. The primary purpose of this position is to design and implement strategies for identifying, cultivating, soliciting and closing major gifts and to broaden and stabilize the funding base, while communicating the organization’s mission, goals, and strategic direction to its audiences.

    The position will focus on:

    • Develop organization-wide and program-specific marketing and communication plans and campaigns in conjunction with the strategic plan and fundraising strategy

    • Co-lead planning process for organization and its programs to understand annual priorities for marketing, events and fundraising

    • Develop and ensure successful implementation of development plan

    • Serve on the executive leadership team collaborating closely with Board of Trustees, Development Committee, Executive Leaders, Directors, and Staff

    The successful candidate will have:

    • Bachelors in Communication, Marketing, Business, or related field of study; or equivalent work experience

    • Five (5) years of professional experience in development or related position with proven ability to annually increase fund revenue

    • Proven leadership/supervisory experience

    • Exemplary interpersonal, oral and writing skills

    • Strong ability to develop and maintain effective relationships with all stakeholders

    • Ability to analyze data in order to develop solicitation strategies and measure outcomes

    • CFRE certification preferred

    • Well-networked in the Greater Cincinnati community preferred

    Pay range of $70,000 to $85,000 annually, commensurate with experience and hours worked

    Why Work at Green Umbrella

    • Rewarding Mission

    • Generous Paid Time Off and Other Paid Leave Options (Holidays, Bereavement, Parental Bonding)

    • Health Insurance (100% of health insurance premium cost for full-time employees is covered (no waiting period)

    • Flexible work schedule with hybrid office hours

    At Green Umbrella, we are dedicated to building a diverse, inclusive, and authentic workplace. If you’re excited about this role but your past experience doesn’t align perfectly with every qualification in the job description, we encourage you to apply. Lived experience is equally important as educational experience. We are committed to making sure our applicant pool is diverse and reserve the right to extend the application period or seek additional candidates if it is not.

    To Apply

    Submit a cover letter and resume to First review will take place May 29, 2023 but the position will remain open until it is filled. No phone calls please.


  • June 07, 2023 4:54 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Organization: Green Umbrella

    About the position:

    Green Umbrella is seeking an individual or firm to support its staff and key partners in developing a competitive application for the US Department of Energy’s Renew America’s Nonprofits funding opportunity. Please review the funding notice for full details. The short-term engagement will support an existing team in pulling together all of the important details and partners into one compelling narrative with complete budget detail. Green Umbrella has a strong track record, and significant experience in federal grant applications but is currently under-capacity on energy-specific expertise and is seeking additional support for this opportunity. The position will report to Ryan Mooney-Bullock, Executive Director, and will collaborate with partners from Faith Communities Go Green, Green Umbrella’s Grants Manager and other partners.

    Applicants should have prior experience on:

    • Federal grant writing, with a preference for successful Department of Energy proposals

    • Federal grant budgeting, with cost-share

    • Energy efficiency and building performance

    • Coordinating multiple partners and assessing partners and their ideas for best fit into a proposal

    • Environmental justice


    Complete grant application package for US DOE’s Renew America’s Nonprofits funding opportunity, including:

    • Project Narrative

    • Community Benefit Plan

    • Budget Justification

    • Summary Slide

    • Letters of Commitment for relevant partners and cost-share providers


    • Issue RFP: June 7, 2023
    • Proposals due: June 16, 2023
    • Selection made: June 20, 2023
    • Engagement Commences: June 22, 2023
    • Grant application due August 3, 2023 with ideal completion by July 30, 2023

    Proposals should include:

    • Information about your experience relevant to prior experience and deliverables specified
    • Resume/bio of the person(s) that will work on the project
    • Proposal of approach
    • Schedule outlining your availability between June 22 and August 3 to carry out deliverables
    • Proposal of fees
    • Contact info for 2 References including a brief summary of the scope of work performed OR citation of 2 federal grants written and approved for funding, and your role in preparing them (please include DOE grants if applicable). 

    Responses must be emailed (PDF) to Ryan Mooney-Bullock at and be received by 5:00 pm on June 16, 2023. Please title the PDF “RFP_DOE grant_Name of company/individual” 

    The Selection Committee will shortlist the proposals and select a candidate to negotiate a final contract. Follow up conversations may be requested of finalists. Work is intended to start June 22 and will be completed August 3. Upon award, the Organization will make current information, and documents requested available through Google Drive. 

    Find more information here.

  • June 07, 2023 11:19 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Organization: Last Mile Food Rescue

    About the position:

    The LMFR Process Coordinator is the critical link in getting food donations to Agency Partners via Food Rescue Volunteers using the Last Mile Food Rescue mobile app. They also assist the LMFR team by accomplishing essential tasks. The Dispatcher directly impacts the mission of the Last Mile Food Rescue organization by planning food rescues, ensuring they are well executed and maintaining proper digital records for reporting and process improvement all while maintaining a collaborative attitude and work ethic.

    This position is for you if you:

    • Have a passion to make a difference in Cincinnati by helping end hunger and waste.
    • Enjoy working with people daily using solid communication and interpersonal skills.
    • Are excited to try new things and push the boundaries beyond your comfort zone.
    • Face challenging deadlines and problem-solving opportunities head on.
    • Are an avid learner, especially for new computer applications and mobile technology.
    • Enjoyed your past experiences working with customers, clients and/or volunteers.
    • Know someone who describes you as detail oriented and organized.
    • Have a high school diploma or GRE and a driver’s license with a good driving record.
    • Can hold a conversation in Spanish.
    • Work well independently and enjoy teaching others.

    What does a Food Rescue Process Coordinator do?

    • Schedules food rescues from food donors to nonprofit sites.
    • Maintains food rescue records, and work with numbers to reconcile pounds.
    • Handles calls from volunteers, donors, and partners in the food rescue process.
    • Works cross functionally with other teammates at LMFR to accomplish given tasks.
    • Thinks quickly to make sound decisions, and work with last minute changes.
    • Occasionally goes on a food rescue, using their personal vehicle or LMFR truck or van
    • Remains flexible to perform other duties to benefit the mission and vision of LMFR.
    • Manages multiple projects and timelines effectively and in an organized fashion.

    Work Schedule & Requirements:

    • 40 hour work week, including Saturdays and holidays.
    • Must be able to lift 20 – 60 lbs, stand/sit for long periods of time, and drive

    Work Environment & Culture:

    • Work full time from office space located in Norwood, Ohio.
    • We are a small but mighty team!


    Hourly Pay - $16.00/hr - $17.00/hr based on experience.

    Mileage reimbursement

    Healthcare Premium Stipend

    Generous Paid Time Off

    Find more information here.

  • June 07, 2023 10:26 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Organization: Last Mile Food Rescue

    About the position:

    The Last Mile Market is a mobile pantry that supports communities that are experiencing food insecurity and do not have a reliable source of free or low cost healthy & perishable food. We need someone who will help take this new program to a sustainable resource for the community. The Last Mile Market Assistant Manager will be an integral tool in developing this program. We are looking for someone who is hardworking, mission driven and has a passion for making their community a better place for all citizens to live and thrive.

    This position is for you if you:

    • Have a passion to make a difference in our community.
    • Enjoy working with customers and have strong interpersonal skills.
    • Are someone that people describe as a problem solver.
    • Are detail oriented, organized, and reliable.
    • Enjoy variety in your daily work.
    • Face challenges and new experiences head-on.

    What does a Last Mile Market Associate do?

    • Rescue food using the LMFR van from multiple locations and delivers it as directed.
    • Directs and assists with the loading, sorting, and distribution of food.
    • Interact with customers in a friendly manner.
    • Effectively communicates with customers, donors, and other stakeholders the

    mission of the Last Mile market.

    • Works with closely with supervisor to improve existing processes and develop new strategies.
    • Works cross functionally with other teammates at LMFR to accomplish given tasks.
    • Remains flexible to perform other duties to benefit the mission and vision of LMFR.

    Qualifications and Experience:

    • Associate degree or equivalent work experience.
    • High School Diploma or GED equivalent.
    • Must be at least 18 years of age.
    • Conversationally proficient in Spanish
    • Current driver’s license with good driving record. No moving violations within the past 12 months.

    Work Schedule & Requirements:

    • Daily 8am-4pm, occasional Saturdays and holidays.
    • The ability to lift 30-60 pounds regularly.
    • Mild to heavy physical activity involving, moving large objects, setting up tables and sorting through food.


    Hourly Pay: $18/hr-$19/hr based on experience

    Mileage Reimbursement

    Healthcare Premium Stipend

    Generous Paid Time Off

    Please direct interest and resume to:

    Aaron Moore, Last Mile Food Rescue


    Find more information here.

  • June 06, 2023 5:08 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Organization: Western Wildlife Corridor

    About the position:

    Who We Are

    The Western Wildlife Corridor is a 501(c)(3) non-profit dedicated to preserving and protecting local greenspace in the Ohio River Valley. We have 14 nature preserves between downtown Cincinnati and the Indiana border. We provide educational programs, lectures by experts, guided hikes, habitat restoration projects and other events and activities free and open to the public.

    Job Description Summary

    The Executive Director will manage and coordinate activities of Western Wildlife Corridor. The primary responsibility will be fund raising as described below. This full time position requires a qualified applicant to have relevant previous experience of 3 or more years and provide a proven track record in fundraising. The qualified applicant will have an interest and experience in conservation and public speaking, have good interpersonal skills and supervisory skills. An associate degree or bachelor degree is also desirable but not required for a very qualified applicant. A detailed resume is required, focusing on our key necessary experience descriptors outlined below.


    Compensation and Benefits Salary will start at $80,000/year. Health insurance will be provided as well as a 3 weeks paid vacation.


    Core Necessary Experience:

    -Proven Relationships with philanthropic individuals and organizations in order to effectively obtain support for WWC programs, projects and establishment of an endowment.

    -Knowledge and experience in fundraising theories, principles and procedures

    -Experience in writing grant applications.

    -Strong communication skills, including written, interpersonal, and verbal

    -Excellent presentation skills

    -Skill to motivate the committee members and board of trustees

    -Computer skills and Microsoft Office suite proficiency

    -Familiarity with tasks necessary to manage nature preserves and volunteers working on our preserves

    -Familiarity with development of an annual budget and overall management of the fiscal operations of a small non-profit organization.

    Western Wildlife Corridor Executive Director (ED) Job Description Specifics:

    1. The ED is expected to identify and implement short and long-term strategic goals, and to be accountable to the Board of Trustees for achieving those goals. Additionally, the ED coordinates with existing leadership to shape the future evolution of the Western Wildlife Corridor, including its programs and acquisitions.

    2. The Executive Director serves as the public face of the organization. They will be responsible for the fundraising efforts within an organization, building relationships with people and organizations, securing philanthropic support that helps to fuel programs or projects. This will include all fundraising activities including annual campaigns, one-time appeals, membership relations and promotion, solicitation of government grants, endowments, donations of land and special events, with a special emphasis on major and planned gifts from individuals, private/family foundations, and corporations

    3. The ED is responsible for coordinating the management of WWC preserves by the Land Stewardship Committee to assure that the main WWC goal, developing natural native nature preserves, is accomplished.

    _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

    If you are interested in applying for this position, please contact

    Tim at

    More information can be found here.

  • June 06, 2023 5:02 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Organization: Cincinnati Zoo

    About the position:

    Please note: Many Americorps positions are available at the Cincinnati Zoo.  Please see information below for a complete list.


    The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden offers opportunities for everyone! CZBG and AmeriCorps have partnered to bring a variety of fun, engaging, and conservation-based opportunities to audiences including youth, visitors, animal ambassadors, and more! Together, CZBG and AmeriCorps will provide quality STEM education to economically disadvantaged PreK-12th grade students, will engage Zoo visitors, volunteers, Zooteens, and community members in environmentally conscious practices and behaviors, grow and maintain Zoo and community garden spaces, facilitate data coordination for animal welfare excellence and conservation research, and support a variety of sustainability initiatives.

    The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden is known for many things - our conservation efforts, our green initiatives, our beautiful botanical garden, our friendly staff… but did you know that we have a strong set of core values that make us the best team around, and a Top Workplace in Cincinnati? We’re more than coworkers… we’re family. By building Collaborative Relationships, displaying Positivity & Energy, having Pride, Passion & a Sense of Ownership, supporting Accountability, Mutual Trust & Respect, and embracing Progressive Thinking, we have built a team of dedicated staff that focuses on our visitors, our community, & our future.

    This is what we believe and how we act. If this gets you fired up, we look forward to having you join our team!

    Service Term: 40 hours/week for 11 months (October – August), fully hosted under horticulture

    Description/Support Function: The AmeriCorps Member in this position would support our goal of serving our community by contributing to the long-term success of zoo-affiliated community garden spaces. In addition to assisting with the creation of long-term garden maintenance plans for existing gardens, the member in this role will have the opportunity to connect community members to resources, provide educational opportunities, assist with the on-going maintenance of garden sites, and learn about the process of community revitalization. This position will not only help to enhance the aesthetics of our community, but also build upon the relationship that we are cultivating with the community of Avondale.

    Primary Focus: The primary focus of this service position is to assist in ensuring the on-going value of zoo-affiliated garden spaces within the community through the evaluation of previous garden designs and plant selections as well as the creation of long-term garden maintenance plans for these sites. The service member’s role could expand to include: hands-on horticultural trainings/demonstrations for community members in community garden spaces, coordinating/leading volunteer groups in garden installation and upkeep, facilitating community relationships, assisting Horticulture Department with the planning & execution of REDS Community Project goals, and designs for future garden installations within the community.


    The incumbent is a full-time AmeriCorps position serving 1,700 hours (40 hours per week) over an 11-month term of service (October 2, 2023 to August 31, 2023). They will report directly to and be supervised by the Horticulture department. Schedules will serve 5 days a week, 8-hour days, and assigned as needed. Due to the nature of this role, tasks may favor an indoor or outdoor setting for periods of time during the service year.

    Service Goals

    Primary Service Goals Include:

    Evaluation of plant selection and design for existing zoo-affiliated community garden spaces

    Creation of long-term garden maintenance plans and resources

    Support for Horticulture Department in the planning & execution of REDS Community Project goals

    Service member would have the opportunity to attend some planning meetings involving the Horticulture Department and meet community leaders, partners, and other stakeholders while learning what the process of community revitalization looks like

    Research and create design ideas for potential future garden installations within the community

    Evaluate, assess, and report program goals and outcomes

    Measure impact of and goals for the program year

    Participate in a mid-year and end of year performance review process with supervisors

    Complete bi-weekly timesheets to accurately report hours served

    Participate in professional development workshops through AmeriCorps In-Service days, service projects, and training opportunities

    Secondary Service Goals Include:

    Contribute to the physical maintenance and enhancement of community garden spaces that are affiliated with the zoo as well as community facing zoo gardens.

    Tasks to accomplish this goal may include: growing plants, transplanting, watering, mulching, deadheading, pruning, weeding, string trimming, maintaining footpaths, reseeding/replacing sod, amending soil, overwintering plant material, and other garden maintenance tasks.

    Assist in the coordination and leadership of volunteer groups in garden installation and upkeep as necessary

    Provide hands-on horticultural trainings/demonstrations for community members in community garden spaces

    Commitment to Service:

    Ability to fulfill an 11-month, full-time AmeriCorps service commitment

    Dedication to CZBG and AmeriCorps’ missions

    Enthusiastic and positive attitude toward helping others

    In addition to learning horticultural skills and plant identification from professional horticulturist well-regarded within the field, the service member will have opportunities to gain skills in leadership, communication, community collaboration, training/program development, and garden design.

    Additional Qualifications

    Bachelor’s Degree required

    Ability to use basic and preferably advanced functions of Windows operating systems, Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook, Publisher) the internet and web-based forms

    Ability to work evenings and weekends as needed


    The AmeriCorps Member would support the mission and goals of our program and the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden by assisting to ensure the long-term value of zoo-affiliated garden landscapes. The service member’s contributions would impact overall aesthetics of the community and serve to promote and build upon the positive relationship that organization strives to create. It would support our mission of inspiring people with plants every day and contribute to the five pillars of the Botanical Garden and Cincinnati Zoo:

    Collection – contribute toward the installation and maintenance of plants that provide a variety of benefits to community

    Education – providing passive education opportunities through plant labeling and active educational opportunities through trainings/hands on horticultural demonstrations for the community

    Research – evaluating current community garden designs and plant selections as well as researching and creating designs for potential future garden installations within the community

    Conservation – promoting plants for that provide multiple ecosystem services (aesthetics, food, wildlife value, erosion control, etc.)

    Community – enhancing shared community spaces, encouraging community pride, and strengthening our organizations relationship with the community


    Valid Driver’s License

    Ability to travel locally when needed

    To serve as an AmeriCorps member, individuals must be a citizen, national, or lawful permanent resident alien of the United States.

    Ability to stand, walk, climb and grasp objects

    Willingness to work in a variety of weather conditions

    Must be able to lift & move 50 pounds without mechanical assistance

    Appointment is conditional upon passing a pre-start drug screen, providing a negative TB test, providing proof of full vaccination status as defined by the CDC, and providing information to establish eligibility and complete a National Criminal History Check.


    Total living allowance of up to $26,880 to be paid on a bi-weekly basis over the course of the 11-month service term.

    Eligible to receive an education award of $6,895 upon successful completion of 1,700-hour service term. *Value dependent on Pell Grant each year.

    Health care and childcare benefit eligible

    AmeriCorps status could qualify you for forbearance and interest payments on qualified student loans during service.

    Extensive training, practice, and skill building in the fields of environmental and informal education, conservation communication, research, and horticulture for all audiences, as well as seasonal tickets and discounts provided within the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden.

    Making a difference in the community while being part of a dedicated service team.

    We strive to be an organization that is diverse and reflects the fullness of society. With a strongly held value for an organizational culture characterized by inclusion and belonging, we are committed to equity in all we do. We are especially interested in candidates who can contribute to our organization’s diversity and who want to walk alongside us in our commitment to inclusion and equity. We are a Ellequate Certified Leader in Workplace Equity. Non-traditional candidates of diverse backgrounds are not only welcomed, but highly encouraged to apply.

    More information including a complete list of positions can be found here.

  • June 06, 2023 5:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Organization: Edible Ohio Valley

    About the position:

    Must be a self-starter and work independently. Work requires 20-40 hours per week and may fluctuate based on our annual print schedule. We offer a small stipend and generous commission. Please send resumes or CVs to the Publishers, Jennifer Kramer-Wine and Julie Kramer (emails at link below).

    • 20-40 hours/week (flexible schedule)
    • Customer service or account management experience
    • Experience with CRM and database management software
    • Experience with website and/or content management systems (CMS)
    • Working knowledge of small businesses
    • Must be based in Dayton, Cincinnati, SE Indiana, or Northern Kentucky
    • Great references
    • Car, valid driver’s license, and ability to lift 20lb boxes with a smile

    More information can be found here.

  • June 06, 2023 4:59 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Organization: Working in Neighborhoods

    About the position:

    Accountable to: Community Building Supervisor & Executive Director

    Position: The Community Engagement Organizer is responsible for the development of WIN’s community engagement project with five neighborhoods in WIN’s target area. Responsibilities include working with residents, neighborhood organizations, and stakeholders (neighborhood community councils & committees) to collaborate on community projects and finding resources for those projects.


    Work with residents, neighborhood organizations, and stakeholders including neighborhood community councils and Beekman Corridor committees.

    Support and continue to develop a core committee of residents to work on projects together.

    Collaborate with community partners, funders, and public officials to achieve WIN’s Beekman Corridor goals.

    Research opportunities for available resources that match the Beekman Corridor goals.

    Provide reports and updates on project status and achievement of goals to the WIN Community Building Supervisor and the Executive Director.


    Bachelor’s degree required.

    Minimum of two years’ experience in a related field.

    Strong oral and written communication skills.

    Ability to work independently and in a team environment

    Strong computer skills

    Desire and ability to work with a diverse group of people

    Ability to work a flexible schedule (some nights and weekends are required)

    Application process: Applicants should email a letter of interest, resume, and salary requirements to or submit by mail to Working In Neighborhoods, Attention: Personnel Committee 1814 Dreman Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45223. No calls please

    More information can be found here.

  • June 06, 2023 4:54 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Organization: Contemporary Arts Center

    About the position:


    POSITION SUMMARY: The Curator advances the development of CAC’s exhibitions program within the museum and beyond its walls. The Curator works with the Executive Director to provide artistic direction that carefully aligns with CAC’s mission and is responsible for scholarship and the advancement of ideas related to contemporary art. Working independently but under general supervision, the Curator organizes groundbreaking exhibitions, leads research efforts, and assists in obtaining financial and other kinds of support for the exhibitions program. The Curator cultivates and maintains a visible presence in the national and international art communities while directly engaging with the communities of the greater Cincinnati area.



    Develops an exhibitions plan comprising approximately 4 - 5 exhibitions per year, of varying scope, that are a mix of projects originated by CAC Curator(s) and secured via guest curators and partner venues.

    Proposes exhibitions schedules 2 - 3 years in advance for review and approval by the Executive Director, and in dialogue with other senior staff and community members/partners.

    Details specific strategic plan objectives intended to be accomplished through the exhibitions, and outlines specific actions, timelines, and associated costs.

    Works with CAC exhibitions team to formulate and review installation plans.

    Engages with the Education department to produce and evaluate exhibition-related programming, educational materials, and accessible interpretive materials that identify emerging ideas and speak to diverse audiences.

    Works cross-departmentally, and closely with the Registrar & Exhibitions Manager to monitor exhibition budgets and ensure optimal use of CAC resources.

    Collaborates with CAC exhibitions team to ensure the proper care of any art object present on CAC property.

    Drafts, maintains, and tracks the annual expense budget for the Curatorial Department.

    Works with the Executive Director and Registrar & Exhibitions Manager in placing and coordinating CAC exhibitions at host venues.

    Oversees the production of CAC exhibitions-related publications and other major printed material.

    Coordinates with graphic designers, artists, contributing writers, editors, and photographers to manage deadlines, budgets, and project needs.

    Works with the Director of Public Relations & Communications to ensure a consistent CAC voice across materials.

    Supports the work of the Art & Exhibitions Committee and its Chair with consistent meetings and communications.

    External Affairs

    Serves as lead spokesperson for CAC's exhibitions to the news media and in community affairs as they relate to CAC’s exhibitions program.

    Provides information regarding exhibitions and curatorial programs to the Director of Public Relations & Communications, in order to develop marketing strategies. 

    Institutional Advancement

    Participates in the field through lectures, panels, conferences, and publications at CAC and elsewhere.

    Cultivates and maintains strong relationships with artists, donors, galleries, press, and colleagues at other institutions.

    Working alongside the Executive Director and Chief of Development, takes an active role in the identification of possible funding sources, in grant preparation and reporting, and in donor cultivation.

    Participates in the planning and execution of programs for affiliate support groups.

    Supports adherence to organizational mission in all activities, which is informed by extensive knowledge of CAC’s institutional history, including past projects, as well as emerging trends in the field.


    Directly supervises 1 employee within the Curatorial department: Curatorial Assistant.

    Serves as staff liaison to the Exhibition & Art Committee.

    Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization's policies and applicable laws.



    Project Management—Develops project plans; coordinates projects; communicates changes and progress; completes projects on time and budget.

    Oral & Written Communication—Speaks clearly and persuasively in positive or negative situations; presents numerical data effectively; listens and gets clarification; responds well to questions; demonstrates presentation skills; participates in meetings; able to read and interpret written information.

    Diversity—Demonstrates knowledge of EEO policy; shows respect and sensitivity for cultural differences; educates others on the value of diversity; promotes a harassment-free environment.

    Organizational Support—Follows policies and procedures; completes administrative tasks correctly and on time; supports organization's goals and values; benefits organization through outside activities.

    Strategic Thinking—Develops strategies to achieve organizational goals; understands organization's strengths & challenges; analyzes field and competition; identifies external opportunities; adapts strategy to changing conditions.

    Innovation—Displays original thinking and creativity; meets challenges with resourcefulness; generates suggestions for improving work; develops innovative approaches and ideas.


    BA or BFA required, MA in Art History or Curatorial Studies or MFA preferred. In the absence of these qualifications, the Curator must show:

    Extensive knowledge of contemporary art and culture.

    Understanding of critical histories and theories of race, gender, and socio-economic factors in the production, reception, and institutionalization of art.

    Broad knowledge of art from all disciplines, geographies, and media.

    Experience organizing exhibitions and contemporary art projects within an institutional context.

    Demonstrated ability to work with artists in the creation of new works.

    Superior public speaking ability, as well as excellent writing and editing skills.

    Self-motivated, flexible, and dedicated.

    Ability to work independently and collaboratively.

    Excellent organizational and problem-solving skills with attention to detail.

    Ability to work on several projects at once and change priorities on short notice.

    Understanding of publication production process.

    Comfort with the convergence of curatorial, education, development (fundraising), communications (marketing) departments and their work.


    The person in this position needs to occasionally move about outside and inside the office to attend meetings with others, access files, office machinery, etc.

    Must be able to remain in a stationary position at least 50% of the time.

    Operate a computer and other office productivity machinery, such as a calculator, copy machine, and computer printer.

    Able to communicate information and ideas so others will understand. Must be able to exchange accurate information in these situations.

    Able to observe details at close range (within a few feet of the observer).

    Occasionally exposed to wet and/or humid conditions (non-weather).

    Occasionally work around fumes, airborne particles, or toxic chemicals.

    Occasionally exposed to outside weather conditions.

    More information can be found here.

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