Development and Communications Assistant
Reports To: Development and Communications Manager
The Development and Communications Assistant provides critical support to the Development and Communications department. This position will provide departmental support in development and communication activities including: grant writing and management, donor acknowledgement, donor cultivation and stewardship, sponsorships, publications, social media, e-newsletter and eblasts, event planning, volunteer management, and will work closely with the Development and Communications and Program staff.
First Year Success Criteria
Hours and Compensation
This is a part-time permanent salary position at approximately 20 hours/week. Evening and weekend hours may be required. The annual salary is $15,500-$20,800. The position is eligible for AAI’s medical and dental group plan, a commuter pass benefit and a generous paid time off package on a prorated basis.
How to Apply
Interested candidates are invited to send a cover letter stating salary requirements, resume and at least three professional references by October 31, 2018 to: firstname.lastname@example.org
No phone calls please. Applications missing requested materials or submitted after the deadline may not be considered.
AAI’s services and employment are provided in a nondiscriminatory manner, without regard to race, sex, color, national origin, ancestry, religious creed, disability and age. Asian Americans are encouraged to apply.
Asian Arts Initiative is a multi-disciplinary and community-based arts center in Philadelphia that advances racial equity and understanding, activating artists, youth, and their communities through creative practice and dialogue grounded in the diverse Asian American experience. Through exhibitions, performances, and community projects, we provide an inclusive gathering place for conversation and exchange of ideas. Our community-based arts initiatives seek out and cultivate innovative models for artists to engage with local communities, with a particular emphasis on working in partnership with our immediate neighborhood. Our primary programs include: 1) Artist residencies, commissions, and presenting of performances and exhibitions for artists to develop professionally and to create socially relevant artwork reflecting community experiences; 2) Year-round out-of-school-time programming for middle school youth, offering creative development and a safe place; 3) Participatory curatorial practices and various community development initiatives in our immediate neighborhood of Chinatown North/Callowhill.
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