Create CA’s mission is to advocate for high quality arts education for all students byproviding policy expertise and by mobilizing a statewide network of advocates and alliedpartners. Create CA is the only statewide organization that brings together all primaryconstituencies for arts education, including arts organizations, K-12 teachers,professional teacher associations, state and local education departments, professionaldevelopment providers, parents and PTAs, and interested community members inhigher education and business. For more information, please visit www.createca.org Program AssociateThe Program Associate is a key member of the Program Team, contributing to theplanning and execution of all Create CA programs. The Program Associate is afull-time, non-exempt position reporting to the Arts Now Program Manager.View Full Job Posting Major Duties and Responsibilities:● Provide input on and support for the Arts Now program● Support facilitation of webinars, workshops, and events● Create training content, facilitate meetings, draft communication, and designmaterials for programs● Support budgeting, marketing, and evaluation processes● Provide administrative support to program staff including maintaining programtrackers, creating contracts, drafting correspondence, and managing scheduling● Build and maintain program partnerships and establish community relationships● Contribute to the creation and execution of recruitment strategy for Arts Nowprograms● Support data collection, analysis, and design of reports for Create CA programsand school district LCAPs● Lead research and outreach efforts for recruitment of program partners● Support the collection and dissemination of stories about the impact of localleaders working in communities around the state● Attends weekly program meeting, tracks agenda, and supports follow up onaction itemsOther:● Represents Create CA to the public, works effectively with constituents, includingBoard members, nonprofit arts organizations, independent contractors, vendors,and the general public● Evaluates administrative processes on an as needed basis, makingrecommendations for future improvements or enhancements● Occasional statewide travel to events and/or trainings may be required as healthand safety guidelines permitReporting:● This position reports to the Arts Now Program Manager.Preferred Qualifications:● At least 2 years of professional and/or educational experience with coordination,administrative work, and or project management● Excellent social, communication skills, strong organizational skills, timemanagement, collaboration skills, and attention to detail● Strong computer skills in using Microsoft Office Suite, Google Suite, Canva,Smartsheet, and Zoom● Experience or knowledge of education policy and systems in California● Commitment to advancing equity throughout various aspects of project workCompensation & Benefits: This full-time position is 40 hours per week with a range of $21.60- $26.70/hour.Benefits include: Medical, Dental and Vision coverage, 401(k) plan participation and matching,as well as Sick, Vacation and Holiday pay. Create CA is committed to employee professionaldevelopment and supports opportunities for training and growth.Location: Create CA offices are located in Pasadena, CA. However, this position is possible tobe fulfilled remotely and could be located anywhere in California.If interested, please send a cover letter, resume and three professional references in asingle PDF to firstname.lastname@example.org. Include “Program Associate” in the subject line of yoursubmission email. No calls please.Create CA is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Create CA seeks diversity and does not discriminate basedon race, religious creed, color, national origin, ancestry, physical disability, mental disability, medicalcondition, genetic information, marital status, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, age, sexualorientation, military or veteran status or any other basis protected by law.The statements in this description represent typical elements, criteria, and general work performed. Theyare not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required forthe job.