Job Summary:

  • Act as an ambassador for The Clay Studio to the neighbors and community members of South Kensington. Cultivate members of The Clay Studio Community Advisory Committee
  • Present engagement opportunities to community members, provide follow up, and encouragement for participation
  • Logistical planning and implementation of 8 meetings over 20 months, and 4 special events, including:
    • Communication with participants from the following groups: TCS staff, advisory groups, teaching artists, neighbors in South Kensington, current Clay Studio constituents, SK neighborhood organizations.
    • Assist with marketing the events to neighborhood constituents
    • Scheduling location and on-site needs
    • Arranging for Hospitality and Childcare
  • Spanish language skills required  
  • Work hours for planning will be M-F, 9-5, events will occur on evenings and weekends

Desired Skills and Experience:

  • 3 years of experience in a relevant field (which can include undergrad/grad studies) ie art education, community organizing, community/public art coordinator, arts administration, museum education
  • Ability to work collaboratively is essential
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively via oral and written communications
  • Experience working in an environment with multiple stakeholders and interests, managing multiple projects simultaneously with demonstrated ability to meet deadlines
  • Experience in group facilitation and making public presentations.
  • Proficiency with Instagram, Facebook, email, Google Docs, Word, and Excel required

Schedule: March 2020-November 2021                  Average 8 hours/week (variable 8-12)                  Compensation: $18/hour

To Apply (deadline February 17):

  • Please send cover letter, resume, and 2 references to Jennifer Zwilling, Curator of Artistic Programs at jzwilling@theclaystudio.org
  • Write in the subject line: MPM Community Organizer

Deadline: Review of applications will begin immediately with deadline of Monday, February 17.