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Performing Arts Workshop
Jun 17, 2022
In BAY AREA JOB BOARD
About Performing Arts Workshop Performing Arts Workshop is a nonprofit organization established in 1965 with a mission to help young people develop critical thinking, creative expression, and essential learning skills through the arts. The Workshop brings arts instruction to more than 4,000 students ages 3-18 each year through residencies in dance, music, spoken word, poetry, theater arts, visual arts, and media arts. We believe that access to sustained, sequential instruction in an art form should be part of every young person’s education and development. Because of ongoing disparities in such access, we advance equity by prioritizing partnerships which allow us to work with historically omitted groups including Black, Indigenous, Asian, Latine, immigrant, low-income, and LGBTQIA+ youth and communities. Performing Arts Workshop aspires to be a leading organization in arts education. We cannot achieve this without realizing our core values of both inclusion and excellence. This requires sustained focus on equity in all our efforts to recruit, hire, promote, and retain an exceptionally well-qualified staff. Position Overview The Individual Giving Manager is a member of the development team that consists of the Senior Grants Manager, Associate Data Manager, and the Acting Co-Executive Directors. The Individual Giving Manager works closely with the Acting Co-Executive Directors to develop and implement an annual fundraising plan to achieve individual giving revenue goals that align with organizational mission and strategic priorities. The Individual Giving Manager oversees all aspects of individual donor fundraising and communications, including management of the Associate Data Manager. A major focus of the Individual Giving Manager will be reestablishing and growing a major gifts program at Performing Arts Workshop. The Individual Giving Manager reports directly to one of the Acting Co-Executive Directors and is a full-time, hybrid - primarily remote - exempt position with a salary range of $70,000-75,000. Major Responsibilities: Major Donors Work with the Executive Directors and Board to drive major gifts program implementation and overall resource development strategy to meet goal of raising $1.2 million in new contributed revenue from individuals over the next seven years Coordinate cultivation and solicitation of major gifts by senior staff, Acting Co-Executive Directors and Board members; prepare briefing materials, develop solicitation strategies; coach Acting Co-Executive Directors, Board, and staff, and accompany on visits, as requested Grow portfolio of prospects and donors targeted to give $5,000 or more annually by 40+ in the next three years Manage a portfolio of prospects and donors targeted to give between $1,200 and $4,999 annually Schedule and conduct personal donor and prospect visits Annual Fund Directly supervise Operations Associate Manager and Associate Data Manager work on mailed and emailed appeals Marketing Plan effective organizational marketing in collaboration with Administrative, Program, Development, and Artistic Staff Supervise the execution of an annual report, donor brochures, and social media and web contributions Work with the Acting Co Executive Directors to create case statement collateral to be used in individual solicits, managing all design contractors involved Administrative Maintain record-keeping systems using Salesforce, overseeing work of Associate Manager in data entry and reporting Monitor revenue and expenses related to individual giving Generate reports on progress of individual giving program for Acting Co-Executive Directors and Board of Directors Serve as staff lead of the Development and Communications Committee of Board of Directors Events Supervise design, planning, and execution of cultivation and fundraising events Required Qualifications: Successful track record in fundraising for a nonprofit organization, with 2+ years of experience; Adequate professional experience and/or relevant coursework, or Bachelor’s degree; Experience, or strong interest, in anti-racist practices; Outstanding verbal and written communication skills with the ability to write compelling stories and narratives; Ability to understand, represent, and communicate about a wide variety of perspectives using asset-based language, notably when writing about Black, Indigenous, Asian, Latine, Immigrant, low- income, and LGBTQIA+ youth and communities; High degree of independence, initiative, responsibility, and capability in managing projects; can manage multiple projects, deadlines, and other responsibilities of varying complexity and importance at any given time Ability to manage and coordinate with multiple stakeholders, partners, and staff, ensuring their buy-in, participation. Ability to work independently and collaboratively in a collegial work culture that is committed to anti-racist practices and excellence Commitment to application of anti racist practices in building donor relationships, all written communication, all verbal communication, and any reference to our programs, students, communities we collaborate with, teaching artists, and administrative staff; Commitment to researching anti racist donor trends and applying findings to fund seeking; Excellent analytical thinking, computer literacy skills, and emotional intelligence; Ability to manage sensitive information in a confidential manner; Ability to work evenings and weekends as needed when conducting major campaigns. Track-record of securing major gifts from individuals; Commitment to innovation and learning; Knowledge of effective anti racist donor communications; Commitment to and strong belief in the value of arts education for all Bay Area youth. Exceptional Qualifications: Commitment to developing an anti racist style guide, event guide, and funder communication guide with support and in collaboration with the Anti Racism Committee; Knowledge of Bay Area philanthropic community; Experience managing staff. Workshop benefits include: Remote work options Flexible Schedule Comprehensive medical, vision and dental insurance for employees and their dependents – 100% of the employee only premium covered by Performing Arts Workshop. Generous Paid Time Off -- minimum of 20 days, as well as 11 holidays Life and Disability insurance Other forms of voluntary benefits Application Guidance: Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Please submit a cover letter, solicitation letter sample, and resume to hien@performingartsworkshop.org. Please use “Manager of Individual Giving Application” in your email subject line. The cover letter should address how you write about communities you’re not a part of, why anti-racist practices are important for you as an individual and as a staff member of an organization, and what qualifies you for this position. We will consider content, grammar, and spelling in cover letters. Please be sure to proofread your submissions. ONLY COMPLETE APPLICATIONS (cover letter, solicitation letter sample, and resume) WILL BE CONSIDERED Candidates must reside or be willing to relocate to California to be eligible for a position with Performing Arts Workshop. Performing Arts Workshop does not currently offer relocation assistance. Candidates advancing through the interview process will be asked for references. The Workshop will make accommodations for references in multiple languages, as well as references from hearing and visually-impaired individuals. Performing Arts Workshop is an equal opportunity employer and seeks workforce diversity with respect to race, ethnicity, culture, gender, age, sexual orientation, and physical abilities.
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Performing Arts Workshop
May 05, 2022
In BAY AREA JOB BOARD
About Performing Arts Workshop Performing Arts Workshop is a nonprofit organization established in 1965 with a mission to help young people develop critical thinking, creative expression, and essential learning skills through the arts. The Workshop brings arts instruction to more than 4,000 students ages 3-18 each year through residencies in dance, music, spoken word, poetry, theater arts, visual arts, and media arts. We believe that access to sustained, sequential instruction in an art form should be part of every young person’s education and development. Because of ongoing disparities in such access, we advance equity by prioritizing partnerships which allow us to work with historically omitted groups including Black, Indigenous, Asian, Latine, immigrant, low-income, and LGBTQIA+ youth and communities. Performing Arts Workshop aspires to be a leading organization in arts education. We cannot achieve this without realizing our core values of both inclusion and excellence. This requires sustained focus on equity in all our efforts to recruit, hire, promote, and retain an exceptionally well-qualified staff. Position Overview The Individual Giving Manager is a member of the development team that consists of the Senior Grants Manager, Associate Data Manager, and the Acting Co-Executive Directors. The Individual Giving Manager works closely with the Acting Co-Executive Directors to develop and implement an annual fundraising plan to achieve individual giving revenue goals that align with organizational mission and strategic priorities. The Individual Giving Manager oversees all aspects of individual donor fundraising and communications, including management of the Associate Data Manager. A major focus of the Individual Giving Manager will be reestablishing and growing a major gifts program at Performing Arts Workshop. The Individual Giving Manager reports directly to one of the Acting Co-Executive Directors and is a full-time, hybrid - primarily remote - exempt position with a salary range of $70,000-75,000. Major Responsibilities: Major Donors Work with the Executive Directors and Board to drive major gifts program implementation and overall resource development strategy to meet goal of raising $1.2 million in new contributed revenue from individuals over the next seven years Coordinate cultivation and solicitation of major gifts by senior staff, Acting Co-Executive Directors and Board members; prepare briefing materials, develop solicitation strategies; coach Acting Co-Executive Directors, Board, and staff, and accompany on visits, as requested Grow portfolio of prospects and donors targeted to give $5,000 or more annually by 40+ in the next three years Manage a portfolio of prospects and donors targeted to give between $1,200 and $4,999 annually Schedule and conduct personal donor and prospect visits Annual Fund Directly supervise Operations Associate Manager and Associate Data Manager work on mailed and emailed appeals Marketing Plan effective organizational marketing in collaboration with Administrative, Program, Development, and Artistic Staff Supervise the execution of an annual report, donor brochures, and social media and web contributions Work with the Acting Co Executive Directors to create case statement collateral to be used in individual solicits, managing all design contractors involved Administrative Maintain record-keeping systems using Salesforce, overseeing work of Associate Manager in data entry and reporting Monitor revenue and expenses related to individual giving Generate reports on progress of individual giving program for Acting Co-Executive Directors and Board of Directors Serve as staff lead of the Development and Communications Committee of Board of Directors Events Supervise design, planning, and execution of cultivation and fundraising events Required Qualifications: Successful track record in fundraising for a nonprofit organization, with 2+ years of experience; Adequate professional experience and/or relevant coursework, or Bachelor’s degree; Experience, or strong interest, in anti-racist practices; Outstanding verbal and written communication skills with the ability to write compelling stories and narratives; Ability to understand, represent, and communicate about a wide variety of perspectives using asset-based language, notably when writing about Black, Indigenous, Asian, Latine, Immigrant, low- income, and LGBTQIA+ youth and communities; High degree of independence, initiative, responsibility, and capability in managing projects; can manage multiple projects, deadlines, and other responsibilities of varying complexity and importance at any given time Ability to manage and coordinate with multiple stakeholders, partners, and staff, ensuring their buy-in, participation. Ability to work independently and collaboratively in a collegial work culture that is committed to anti-racist practices and excellence Commitment to application of anti racist practices in building donor relationships, all written communication, all verbal communication, and any reference to our programs, students, communities we collaborate with, teaching artists, and administrative staff; Commitment to researching anti racist donor trends and applying findings to fund seeking; Excellent analytical thinking, computer literacy skills, and emotional intelligence; Ability to manage sensitive information in a confidential manner; Ability to work evenings and weekends as needed when conducting major campaigns. Track-record of securing major gifts from individuals; Commitment to innovation and learning; Knowledge of effective anti racist donor communications; Commitment to and strong belief in the value of arts education for all Bay Area youth. Exceptional Qualifications: Commitment to developing an anti racist style guide, event guide, and funder communication guide with support and in collaboration with the Anti Racism Committee; Knowledge of Bay Area philanthropic community; Experience managing staff. Workshop benefits include: Remote work options Flexible Schedule Comprehensive medical, vision and dental insurance for employees and their dependents – 100% of the employee only premium covered by Performing Arts Workshop. Generous Paid Time Off -- minimum of 20 days, as well as 11 holidays Life and Disability insurance Other forms of voluntary benefits Application Guidance: Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Please submit a cover letter, solicitation letter sample, and resume to hien@performingartsworkshop.org. Please use “Manager of Individual Giving Application” in your email subject line. The cover letter should address how you write about communities you’re not a part of, why anti-racist practices are important for you as an individual and as a staff member of an organization, and what qualifies you for this position. We will consider content, grammar, and spelling in cover letters. Please be sure to proofread your submissions. ONLY COMPLETE APPLICATIONS (cover letter, solicitation letter sample, and resume) WILL BE CONSIDERED Candidates must reside or be willing to relocate to California to be eligible for a position with Performing Arts Workshop. Performing Arts Workshop does not currently offer relocation assistance. Candidates advancing through the interview process will be asked for references. The Workshop will make accommodations for references in multiple languages, as well as references from hearing and visually-impaired individuals. Performing Arts Workshop is an equal opportunity employer and seeks workforce diversity with respect to race, ethnicity, culture, gender, age, sexual orientation, and physical abilities.
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Performing Arts Workshop
Mar 24, 2022
In BAY AREA JOB BOARD
About Performing Arts Workshop Performing Arts Workshop is a nonprofit organization established in 1965 with a mission to help young people develop critical thinking, creative expression, and essential learning skills through the arts. The Workshop brings arts instruction to more than 4,000 students ages 3-18 each year through residencies in dance, music, spoken word, poetry, theater arts, visual arts, and media arts. We believe that access to sustained, sequential instruction in an art form should be part of every young person’s education and development. Because of ongoing disparities in such access, we advance equity by prioritizing partnerships which allow us to work with historically omitted groups including Black, Indigenous, Asian, Latine, immigrant, low-income, and LGBTQIA+ youth and communities. Performing Arts Workshop aspires to be a leading organization in arts education. We cannot achieve this without realizing our core values of both inclusion and excellence. This requires sustained focus on equity in all our efforts to recruit, hire, promote, and retain an exceptionally well-qualified staff. Position Overview The Individual Giving Manager is a member of the development team that consists of the Senior Grants Manager, Associate Data Manager, and the Acting Co-Executive Directors. The Individual Giving Manager works closely with the Acting Co-Executive Directors to develop and implement an annual fundraising plan to achieve individual giving revenue goals that align with organizational mission and strategic priorities. The Individual Giving Manager oversees all aspects of individual donor fundraising and communications, including management of the Associate Data Manager. A major focus of the Individual Giving Manager will be reestablishing and growing a major gifts program at Performing Arts Workshop. The Individual Giving Manager reports directly to one of the Acting Co-Executive Directors and is a full-time, exempt position with a salary range of $70,000-75,000. Major Responsibilities: Major Donors Drive major gifts program implementation and overall resource development strategy to meet goal of raising $1.2 million in new contributed revenue from individuals over the next five years Coordinate cultivation and solicitation of major gifts by senior staff, Acting Co-Executive Directors and Board members; prepare briefing materials, develop solicitation strategies; coach Acting Co-Executive Directors, Board, and staff, and accompany on visits, as requested Grow portfolio of prospects and donors targeted to give $5,000 or more annually by 40-70 in the next three years Manage a portfolio of prospects and donors targeted to give between $1,200 and $4,999 annually Schedule and conduct personal donor and prospect visits Annual Fund Directly supervise Operations Associate Manager and Associate Data Manager, Development and Program work on mailed and emailed appeals Marketing Plan effective organizational marketing in collaboration with Administrative, Program, Development, and Artistic Staff Supervise the execution of an annual report, donor brochures, and social media and web contributions Work with the Acting Co Executive Directors to create case statement collateral to be used in individual solicits, managing all design contractors involved Administrative Maintain record-keeping systems using Salesforce, overseeing work of Associate Manager in data entry and reporting Monitor revenue and expenses related to individual giving Generate reports on progress of individual giving program for Acting Co-Executive Directors and Board of Directors Serve as staff lead of the Development and Communications Committee of Board of Directors Events Supervise design, planning, and execution of cultivation and fundraising events Required Qualifications: Successful track record in fundraising for a nonprofit organization, with 2+ years of experience; Adequate professional experience and/or relevant coursework, or Bachelor’s degree; Experience, or strong interest, in anti-racist practices; Outstanding verbal and written communication skills with the ability to write compelling stories and narratives; Ability to understand, represent, and communicate about a wide variety of perspectives using asset-based language, notably when writing about Black, Indigenous, Asian, Latine, Immigrant, low- income, and LGBTQIA+ youth and communities; High degree of independence, initiative, responsibility, and capability in managing projects; can manage multiple projects, deadlines, and other responsibilities of varying complexity and importance at any given time Ability to manage and coordinate with multiple stakeholders, partners, and staff, ensuring their buy-in, participation. Ability to work independently and collaboratively in a collegial work culture that is committed to anti-racist practices and excellence Commitment to application of anti racist practices in building donor relationships, all written communication, all verbal communication, and any reference to our programs, students, communities we collaborate with, teaching artists, and administrative staff; Commitment to researching anti racist donor trends and applying findings to fund seeking; Excellent analytical thinking, computer literacy skills, and emotional intelligence; Ability to manage sensitive information in a confidential manner; Ability to work evenings and weekends as needed; Track-record of securing major gifts from individuals; Commitment to innovation and learning; Extremely detail oriented; Knowledge of effective anti racist donor communications; Commitment to and strong belief in the value of arts education for all Bay Area youth. Exceptional Qualifications: Commitment to developing an anti racist style guide, event guide, and funder communication guide with support and in collaboration with the Anti Racism Committee; Knowledge of Bay Area philanthropic community; Experience managing staff. Workshop benefits include: Comprehensive medical, vision and dental insurance for employees and their dependents – 100% of the employee only premium covered by Performing Arts Workshop. Generous Paid Time Off -- minimum of 20 days, as well as 11 holidays Life and Disability insurance Other forms of voluntary benefits Application Guidance: Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Please submit a cover letter, solicitation letter sample, and resume to hien@performingartsworkshop.org. Please use “Manager of Individual Giving Application” in your email subject line. The cover letter should address how you write about communities you’re not a part of, why anti-racist practices are important for you as an individual and as a staff member of an organization, what qualifies you for this position, what interests you about the position, how you would be successful in this position, and what connects you to the Workshop’s mission. We will consider content, grammar, and spelling in cover letters. Please be sure to proofread your submissions. ONLY COMPLETE APPLICATIONS (cover letter, solicitation letter sample, and resume) WILL BE CONSIDERED Candidates must reside or be willing to relocate to California to be eligible for a position with Performing Arts Workshop. Performing Arts Workshop does not currently offer relocation assistance. Candidates advancing through the interview process will be asked for references. The Workshop will make accommodations for references in multiple languages, as well as references from hearing and visually-impaired individuals. Performing Arts Workshop is an equal opportunity employer and seeks workforce diversity with respect to race, ethnicity, culture, gender, age, sexual orientation, and physical abilities.
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Performing Arts Workshop
Feb 03, 2022
In BAY AREA JOB BOARD
Grants Manager Performing Arts Workshop is a nonprofit organization established in 1965 with a mission to help young people develop critical thinking, creative expression, and essential learning skills through the arts. The Workshop brings arts instruction to more than 4,000 students ages 3-18 each year through residencies in world dance, music, spoken word, poetry, theater arts, visual arts, and media arts. We believe that access to sustained, sequential instruction in an art form should be part of every young person’s education and development. Because of ongoing disparities in such access, we advance equity by prioritizing partnerships which allow us to work with historically underrepresented groups including Black and Brown communities, low-income communities, immigrant communities, indigenous communities, LGBTQIA+. Performing Arts Workshop aspires to be a leading organization in arts education. We cannot achieve this without realizing our core values of both inclusion and excellence. This requires sustained focus on equity in all our efforts to recruit, hire, promote, and retain an exceptionally well-qualified staff. ********************************************************************** The Grants Manager will be part of a dynamic team that guides and supports fundraising and revenue generation for Performing Arts Workshop. As Grants Manager, you will coordinate and write asset-based compelling grants, reports, and funding requests to government, local, and national foundations, private foundations, and corporations. You will help execute the performance of our diverse funding portfolio and build relationships with funders who support the Workshop’s varied arts and administrative programs. The position reports directly to the Executive Director and is a full-time, exempt position with a salary range of $70,000-76,000. For candidates with exceptional qualifications, the title of Senior Grants Manager and salary range up to $80,000 will be considered. Major Responsibilities: Develop and implement the Workshop’s annual institutional fundraising plan (~$540,000 in average year, ~$1.5 million in years with government grant applications) Develop, write, and project manage a high volume of grant proposals and reports for government, foundation, and corporate funders in the $5K - $250K range Represent a wide variety of Performing Arts Workshop students, parents, families, and communities -- primarily Black, Indigenous and POC communities -- to funders using asset-based language; learn continuously in order to represent them as they want to be represented; reflect a wide range of different experiences within each of these communities Manage the annual grants calendar in tandem with the annual fundraising plan Conduct regular prospect research and apply for new program driven or mission-aligned funding opportunities Develop funder cultivation strategies, maintain communications with funders, and advise the Executive Director on funder relationships, grant request strategies, changes in the landscape and new opportunities Collaborate with the program team to meet program and development shared goals around our grants; regularly communicate with the program team about grants received and the resulting program commitments; seek information and consult from additional staff throughout the organization to help with new ideas and initiatives Collaborate with the finance, development, and executive team on other grant-related items, such as invoicing, expense reports, budget submissions/reporting and contract completions Required qualifications: Successful track record in fundraising for a nonprofit organization, with 2+ years of experience in grant writing Adequate professional experience and/or relevant coursework, or Bachelor’s degree Experience, or strong interest, in anti-racist practices Commitment to, and strong belief in, the value of arts education for all children and youth Outstanding verbal and written communication skills with the ability to write compelling stories and narratives Ability to understand, represent, and communicate about a wide variety of perspectives using asset-based language, especially those of Black, Indigenous, and POC youth and communities High degree of independence, initiative, responsibility, and capability in managing projects; you can see a grant application through from concept to submittal with minimal direction from the director of development, and you can manage multiple grant applications, reports, deadlines and other responsibilities of varying complexity and importance at any given time Ability to manage and coordinate with multiple stakeholders, partners, and staff, ensuring their buy-in, participation, and ability to deliver on grant requirements Ability to work independently and collaboratively in a collegial work culture that is committed to anti-racist practices and excellence Excellent analytical thinking and computer literacy skills, as well as emotional intelligence Ability to manage sensitive information in a confidential manner Ability to be in office on a regular basis Ability to work evenings and weekends as needed Exceptional qualifications: 3+ years in grant writing with measurable results Expertise in all aspects of government and foundation fundraising Experience and familiarity with all aspects of nonprofit operations and development Knowledge of Bay Area communities Knowledge of the Bay Area philanthropic community Graduate degree Experience working in Salesforce and Google Suite Spanish, Mandarin, or Tagalog language skills (written and spoken) Workshop benefits include: Comprehensive medical, vision and dental insurance for employees and their dependents – 100% of the employee only premium covered by Performing Arts Workshop. Generous Paid Time Off -- minimum of 20 days, as well as 11 holidays Life and Disability insurance Other forms of voluntary benefits To apply for this role: Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Please submit a cover letter and resume to info@performingartsworkshop.org. Please use “Grant Manager application” in your email subject line. The cover letter should speak to how you write about communities you are a part of, and how you write about communities you are not a part of, and why anti-racist practices are important for you as an individual and for a larger organization. The cover letter should also include information such as what qualifies you for this position, what interests you about the position, how you would be successful in this position, and what connects you to the Workshop’s mission. We will consider content, grammar, and spelling in cover letters. Please be sure to proofread your submissions. Cover letter and resume can also be faxed to 415.776.3644 or mailed to: Performing Arts Workshop attn: Grants Manager Position 768 Delano Ave San Francisco, CA 94112 Candidates advancing through the interview process will be asked for references. The Workshop will make accommodations for references in multiple languages, as well as references from hearing and visually-impaired individuals. Performing Arts Workshop is an equal opportunity employer and seeks workforce diversity with respect to race, ethnicity, culture, gender, age, sexual orientation, and physical abilities.
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Performing Arts Workshop
Jan 06, 2022
In BAY AREA JOB BOARD
Operations Associate Position Performing Arts Workshop About Performing Arts Workshop Performing Arts Workshop is a nonprofit organization established in 1965 with a mission to help young people develop critical thinking, creative expression, and essential learning skills through the arts. The Workshop brings arts instruction to more than 4,300 students ages 3-18 each year through residencies in world dance, music, spoken word, poetry, theater arts, visual arts, and media arts. We believe that access to sustained, sequential instruction in an art form should be part of every young person’s education and development. Because of ongoing disparities in such access, we advance equity by prioritizing partnerships which allow us to work with historically underrepresented groups including Black and Brown communities, low-income communities, immigrant communities, indigenous communities, and LGBTQIA+ communities. Performing Arts Workshop aspires to be a leading organization in arts education. We cannot achieve this without realizing our core values of both inclusion and excellence. This requires sustained focus on equity in all our efforts to recruit, hire, promote, and retain an exceptionally well-qualified staff. Position Description: The Operations Associate works with all staff and departments at the Workshop. The position is responsible for all aspects of the administrative office space and the Powerhouse facility - including general office, technology, purchasing, contracts, human resources, finance, development and program support. This position is the first point of contact for the public and the glue that connects us as a staff. Major Responsibilities: Anti-Racism and Leadership Provide overall support to the Workshop’s mission in upholding anti-racism mission and practices, in accordance to the organization’s Pro-Black accountability plan, and statement in defense of Black Lives Provide technical support and actively participate in the Organization’s monthly learning and growth meetings Office and Technology Support Manage all contracts and vendor relationships (annual review); responsible for all equipment and technology (usage, training, acquisition, replacement, maintenance), procurement and organization of office supplies, and physical safety and maintenance. Main point of contact and administrator for the Workshop’s Salesforce, Mailchimp, Google Apps, Google classrooms and general info email account; manage the tech support vendor; troubleshoot tech issues for staff when necessary; monitor the Workshop’s Survey Monkey account for internal use. Manage all google admin console, email lists and website content. Support Executive Director and Board of Directors with maintaining lists and records Working with program staff, the position manages arts supplies, ordering, distribution and careful budget tracking for grant spend downs. Salesforce Management Train and support all staff in the effective usage of Salesforce (our database) and ensure regular updates and backup. Assist the program and development teams as necessary with data organization and retrieval, lists, and reports. Finance and Human Resources Support Work closely with the Finance Manager to onboard new staff, maintain human resource records, and manage accounts payable using Bill.com. Responsible for updating records as staffing and board changes occur. Responsible for electronic deposits. Meeting Support Work closely with staff from all departments to support group meetings which includes, but is not limited to, arranging space, ordering food and supplies, and occasionally taking notes. For events at the Powerhouse, work closely with community groups and rental clients to ensure that the process of securing space and completing contracts is an organized and efficient process. For the annual Student Showcase, work closely with the programs team to assist in the set up and smooth running of the event. For bi-monthly staff meetings, maintain Google meeting calendar and organize staff assignments. Marketing and Communications Support Responsible for the production of seasonal e-newsletters and creating the internal bimonthly emails. Work with staff to coordinate timing, content, and execution of blog posts and website updates. Manage the relationship with the website vendor. Project manage all updates, changes, and additions to the website with the vendor. Work with the Development Associate on social media strategy and implementation, and maintenance of a marketing editorial calendar. Assist as needed with mailings and outreach to donors and the community. Geneva Powerhouse Facilities Management Working closely with external vendors, partner organizations, and San Francisco’s Park and Rec, manage the Geneva Powerhouse facilities. Manage an On-call facilities assistant, and janitorial team for the Geneva Powerhouse. Oversee tracking and reordering of cleaning and utility supplies for the Geneva Powerhouse. With support of the Executive Director, troubleshoot all issues pertaining to the Geneva Powerhouse facilities as they arise. Required Skills and Qualifications: Proven ability to work independently and take initiative in decision-making and problem-solving Willingness to manage and assist with small tasks Project management skills to lead on large projects Excellent attention to detail Highly organized and able to manage multiple ongoing tasks with long timelines Personal connection to an equity and social justice-based mission Excellent written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills Calm under pressure Knowledge of computer applications, including Windows, MS Word, MS Excel, and Google Apps Commitment to work in a fast-paced nonprofit environment that also values work/life balance Demonstrated ability to coordinate multiple people to achieve tasks Experience addressing the technological and physical needs of an office or other environment Exceptional Qualifications: 2 - 3 years previous work experience Knowledge/experience with web-based software; preference for Salesforce, Mailchimp, and Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign) applications Knowledge of social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Wordpress, LinkedIn) and best practices Interest in professional learning and growth Knowledge of, and interest in, the Bay Area arts education community Languages spoken: Spanish, Cantonese, Filipino/Tagalog This is a full-time, hourly position at 40 hours per week at $26.44/hour and includes benefits listed below. The nature of the position requires on-site presence for the work week. Workshop benefits include: Comprehensive medical, vision and dental insurance for employees and their dependents – 100% Medical KP Plan covered by Performing Arts Workshop Generous Paid Time Off -- minimum of 20 days, as well as 11 holidays Life and Disability insurance Opportunity to participate in 403(b) retirement savings Learning and growth budget Application Instructions: Submit resume and cover letter to Senior Program Manager, Van Nguyen-Stone: Attn: Operation Associate Email: info@performingartsworkshop.org Cover Letter Directions: Please include answers to the following questions in your cover letter. What connects you to our organization’s mission? What connects you to racial justice work? What interests you in the position? How has your experience prepared you for the position? We will consider content, grammar, and spelling in cover letters. Please be sure to proofread your submissions. Application Deadline: Open until filled. No phone calls, please. Applicants must email a resume and cover letter for consideration. Only complete applications emailed directly to info@performingartsworkshop.org will be reviewed. All complete applications will be reviewed, and all complete applications for candidates that meet the required qualifications will be considered. Candidates advancing through the interview process may be asked for references. The Workshop will make accommodations for references in multiple languages and references from hearing and visually-impaired individuals. Performing Arts Workshop is an equal opportunity employer and seeks workforce diversity with respect to race, ethnicity, culture, gender, age, sexual orientation, and physical abilities.
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Performing Arts Workshop
Dec 17, 2021
In BAY AREA JOB BOARD
Job Title: On-Call Facilities Assistant Department: Operations Reports to: Operations Associate Status: Part-time, Hourly, Flexible About the Workshop: Performing Arts Workshop is a nonprofit organization established in 1965 with a mission to help young people develop critical thinking, creative expression, and essential learning skills through the arts. The Workshop brings arts instruction to more than 4,300 students ages 3-18 each year through residencies in world dance, music, spoken word, poetry, theater arts, visual arts, and media arts. We believe that access to sustained, sequential instruction in an art form should be part of every young person’s education and development. Because of ongoing disparities in such access, we advance equity by prioritizing partnerships which allow us to work with historically underrepresented groups including Black and Brown communities, low-income communities, immigrant communities, indigenous communities, and LGBTQIA+ communities. Performing Arts Workshop aspires to be a leading organization in arts education. We cannot achieve this without realizing our core values of both inclusion and excellence. This requires sustained focus on equity in all our efforts to recruit, hire, promote, and retain an exceptionally well-qualified staff. Summary Job Description: The On-call Facilities Assistant will assist the Operations Associate in monthly and quarterly maintenance and operations of The Geneva Car Barn and Powerhouse building located at the corner of San Jose Ave and Geneva Ave. This includes light maintenance and occasionally meeting with third party vendors/contractors. Flexible schedule and training available. Roles and Responsibilities: The On-Call Facilities Assistant will be responsible for tending to the Geneva Powerhouse for it’s maintenance and daily operations. Responsibilities include: Quarterly maintenance on HVAC filter switch outs Greeting vendors and granting access to the building Receiving packages Assisting Operations Associate in Powerhouse routine maintenance Troubleshooting facilities issues as they come up Other duties as assigned Training available Preferred Qualifications: 0-2 years of Facilities maintenance experience Ability and willingness to crawl into tight spaces (under the concrete floor for HVAC maintenance) Ability to lift up to 50lbs Excelsior/OMI neighborhood resident (or surrounding neighborhoods) Exceptional Qualifications: Experience/knowledge in AV system Experience/knowledge in HVAC maintenance Experience in and with the SF Bay Area. Compensation: $28-$30/hr for 3-4 hours/quarter (with possibility for additional hours) To Apply: Send resume to info@performingartsworkshop.org with Facilities Assistant in the subject line. Position is open until filled. The Workshop is an equal opportunity employer that embraces a diverse multicultural work environment. Black, Indigenous, People of color, people with disabilities and people of queer identities are encouraged to apply.
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Performing Arts Workshop
Aug 27, 2021
In BAY AREA JOB BOARD
Board of Directors Job Description Since its founding in 1965, Performing Arts Workshop (the Workshop) has made an outstanding contribution to the cultural life of San Francisco by providing training in the arts to children, youth and adults. The Workshop’s Board of Directors is the custodian of this extraordinary institution and has the ultimate responsibility for its well being and effectiveness. As a member of the Board of Directors of Performing Arts Workshop, you are an essential and important link to the organization. By committing to serve on the Board, you are expected to execute the stewardship, governance, and fiduciary responsibility of a board member; to work in good faith with the staff and other board members as partners toward achievement of the Workshop’s goals, mission, and strategic plan; and to exercise power as a corporate body, but not as an individual member. The Workshop’s commitment to you is to make your board experience rewarding and enjoyable and to help you exercise your special skills and talents each year for 4,300 youth in our programs. Type of Board: Fiduciary/governing (legally responsible for the organization) Directors & Officers Insurance: Yes Meeting Locations: San Francisco District 11 - currently via zoom from 6:30 - 8:30 pm Meeting schedule: quarterly, Monday Sept 14, 2020; Wednesday Dec 9, 2020; Wednesday March 10, 2021; and Wednesday June 9, 2021. Hours of commitment per month: 5 - 6 average The following are specific expectations of each individual board member: Leadership : Possess an interest in the mission and goals of the Workshop. Become familiar with the Workshop programs and anti-racist framework and attend at least one program/event each year beyond the board meetings. Commit to an active leadership role in the ongoing support of the organization’s mission and programs and anti-racism work. Policy Administration: Responsible for ensuring that the organization operates within its adopted by-laws. Legal responsibility, along with the other Board members, for the organization, which includes recommending and approving all policies determining the purpose, governing principles, functions and activities of the organization and overseeing their implementation. Act in the best interest of the Workshop and, if necessary, excuse yourself from discussions and votes for which you may have a conflict of interest. In order to secure the vision of Performing Arts Workshop, members must be able to participate in long-range planning. Public and Community Relations: Represent and serve as an ambassador for the Workshop by acting as a spokesperson, and communicating our mission, work, and values to your (and our) communities/ Finance: Approve and monitor the budget. Monitor operations expenditures to comply with the budget. Review annual audit. Fundraising: Make a personal, annual contribution that is significant to you and commensurate with your financial ability. Understand that it is the function of the board member to identify prospects, and assist in individual donor and institutional donor (government, private, corporate grants) evaluation, cultivation, and solicitation processes. Attend, support, and assist in fundraising for special events. Volunteer and attend the annual Student Showcase. Share resources and talents with the organization, including professional expertise and contacts for financial support and in-kind donations. Board Development: Participate in the identification, recruitment, and development of board members, as well as advisory and committee members. Identify individuals for involvement with the Workshop to expand the demographic profile in terms of ethnic composition, age, profession, funding sources, and personal contacts. Attendance: Attend all quarterly meetings of the board and board committees. This includes board meetings, a fall and spring retreat and service on at least one committee. The usual time commitment for board participation is 5 - 6 hours per month. Board terms are three years, renewable for a second term. Orientation: All members will receive comprehensive orientation in all aspects of the organization and onboarding regarding our anti-racism framework and advocacy. Application Instructions Interested applicants should send an email to info@performingartsworkshop.org with the subject line: "Board Member Application." Please include in your email, your resume and a cover letter detailing why you are interested in being a board member.
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Performing Arts Workshop
Aug 12, 2021
In BAY AREA JOB BOARD
Hourly Teaching Artist Job Description Hourly Teaching Artist About Performing Arts Workshop Performing Arts Workshop is a nonprofit organization established in 1965 with a mission to help young people develop critical thinking, creative expression, and essential learning skills through the arts. The Workshop brings arts instruction to more than 5,000 students ages 3-18 each year through residencies in dance, music, spoken word, poetry, theater arts, visual arts, and media arts. We believe that access to sustained, sequential instruction in an art form should be part of every young person’s education and development. Because of ongoing disparities in such access, we advance equity by prioritizing partnerships which allow us to work with historically underrepresented groups including low-income communities, immigrant communities, and Black and Brown communities. Performing Arts Workshop aspires to be a leading organization in arts education. We cannot achieve this without realizing our core values of both inclusion and excellence. This requires sustained focus on equity in all our efforts to recruit, hire, promote, and retain an exceptionally well-qualified staff. Hourly Teaching Artist Job Description Position Overview: Performing Arts Workshop seeks visual and media arts teaching artists to teach semester-length and yearlong residencies at our partner sites in San Francisco, the East Bay, and Marin County. Our teaching artists are professional artists and experienced educators in their field. As representatives of the Workshop in the classroom and the communities they serve, teaching artists share a commitment to our mission and racial justice values. In addition to regular teaching duties, teaching artists receive extensive mentorship and support from our artistic and program management, including training in the Workshop’s teaching methodology, an 8-session internship, and monthly professional development. Teaching artists can expect to teach 5-20 hours/week, depending on availability and experience, with starting compensation of $45 per hour for teaching, professional development, internship and all pre-approved administrative work. Teaching artists are considered part-time employees—not independent contractors—and receive paid sick time, unemployment insurance, social security contributions, worker’s compensation, and other legally required withholdings. Responsibilities: Create a culture of learning in the classroom that reflects the Workshop’s values and supports youth in their development as artists; Develop process-based, sequential curricula that reflect the Workshop’s pedagogy for each residency; For Visual Media Arts: Design a multi-lesson workshop using Performing Arts Workshop methodology grounded in Creative Youth Development. Workshops must weave first-person storytelling through art forms, including: creative writing, journaling, photography, animation, comic books, portraiture, etc; Mandatory and punctual attendance of monthly professional development meetings, in addition to one all-day PD; Connect students’ work to a broader audience through a culminating performance, publication, or open class demonstration for families and communities; Administer student and residency evaluations, collect student information and media release forms; Communication with site and Workshop staff in a timely and professional manner. Required Qualifications: Commitment to youth development, building self-efficacy, racial justice, and cultural awareness; Knowledge of the main elements of composition in your art form and the ability to articulate and teach them to youth; Excellent verbal, written, interpersonal communication skills; Ability to work with diverse teaching and site partners in adapting to individual classroom needs and cultures; Passion and empathy when teaching high-need children and youth, such as English language-learners, students with special needs, incarcerated youth, or youth enrolled in court mandated schools; Ability to articulate and demonstrate critical thinking in the arts; Openness to receiving detailed feedback on teaching as it relates to the Workshop’s methodology; Availability to teach in at least two sites at a time (at least four residencies in either one full day, two mornings, two afternoons, or some combination thereof); Ability to provide own transportation or utilize public transportation to and from partner sites. Exceptional Qualifications: Bilingual ability—Spanish and Mandarin; Experience working with special student populations, such as English language-learners and students with learning differences; BA and/or MA/MFA in art form or commensurate experience. How to Apply: Email resume, cover letter, sample lesson plan, and professional portfolio or work samples to, Performing Arts Workshop at info@performingartsworkshop.org. Only complete applications will be considered, please inquire if you have any questions about the requirements. Performing Arts Workshop is an equal opportunity employer and seeks workforce diversity with respect to race, ethnicity, culture, gender, age, sexual orientation, and physical abilities.
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Performing Arts Workshop
Aug 05, 2021
In BAY AREA JOB BOARD
Job Title: Director of Development Department: Development Reports to: Executive Director Status: Full Time, exempt About the Workshop: Performing Arts Workshop is a nonprofit organization established in 1965 with a mission to help young people develop critical thinking, creative expression, and essential learning skills through the arts. The Workshop brings arts instruction to more than 4,300 students ages 3-18 each year through residencies in world dance, music, spoken word, poetry, theater arts, visual arts, and media arts. We believe that access to sustained, sequential instruction in an art form should be part of every young person’s education and development. Because of ongoing disparities in such access, we advance equity by prioritizing partnerships which allow us to work with historically underrepresented groups including Black and Brown communities, low-income communities, immigrant communities, indigenous communities, and LGBTQIA+ communities. Performing Arts Workshop aspires to be a leading organization in arts education. We cannot achieve this without realizing our core values of both inclusion and excellence. This requires sustained focus on equity in all our efforts to recruit, hire, promote, and retain an exceptionally well-qualified staff. Summary Job Description: Reporting to the Executive Director, the Director of Development is responsible for oversight of the Workshop’s contributed and earned income. This includes the annual fund, major gifts, planned giving, foundation and government grants, donor stewardship, development communications, board giving and earned income through a brand new events rental program at the Geneva Powerhouse. The organization’s budget is $1.5 million annually. The position is responsible for the management of the day-to-day operations of the development department, as well as the alignment of the department’s long-term activities with the Workshop’s strategic plan. The Director of Development also manages, cultivates, and stewards the major donor portfolio for the Workshop, and works closely with the Workshop board of directors. The Director of Development is a member of the senior leadership team, and manages the Grants Manager, Development Associate, and any events staff (yet to be hired). Roles and Responsibilities Fundraising Work closely with the Executive Director to develop and implement a comprehensive development plan to increase revenue and expand the Workshop’s donor and funder base. Meet annual goals for contributed and earned income, including major individual gifts, government grants, foundation grants, annual fund appeals, facility rentals, planned giving, and special fundraising events as determined. Cultivate, solicit and steward the Workshop’s major gifts portfolio and build strong relationships with past, current, and future donors. Create strategies for, and direct, the Executive Director to assist with donors. Manage the board of directors committee for Communications and Development. In tandem with the grants manager, build relationships with current and potential institutional funders. Develop and sustain an active schedule of prospect identification, cultivation visits, solicitations, and stewardship activities in collaboration with the executive director, Board, staff, and volunteers. Analyze and identify fundraising trends; report and recommend new and innovative strategies for change. Leadership Supervise the Grants Manager, Development Associate, and event rental staff. Evaluate and motivate the staff of the development department to build a cohesive and high-achieving team. Provide thought partnership and collaboration as part of the leadership team. Partner on select organization-wide initiatives, including racial justice work, as needed. Work directly with the Director of Programs to ensure regular communication and understanding between the development and program departments. Communications Create and execute an organizational communications plan focused on key messages in partnership with the rest of the Development team, including (but not limited to) organizational newsletters, annual reports, and social media. Manage the internal marketing committee in the execution and consistency of the communications plan. Work with staff to ensure a cohesive development communications/cultivation and stewardship plan. Represent the organization publicly in various forums that advance the Workshop’s visibility in the field and in the community. Board of Directors Partner with the Workshop’s board Communications and Development committee. Develop the Board’s understanding of and connection to Workshop fundraising through training, presentation and reporting. Participate in board solicitation meetings each year. Contribute a written report for each board meeting on fundraising benchmarks and outcomes for the quarterly board packet. Event Rentals Oversee and scale the Geneva Powerhouse facility rental program to meet revenue goals, cultivate clients, and fully integrate the program into overarching community, program, and development strategies. Ensure that the Workshop meets the event rental and space usage terms of the Community Benefits Agreement. Financial Management Develop and manage the department’s annual budget and the monthly and long-range financial projections. Maintain current knowledge of financial practices and regulations related to development activities. Monitor grant spend down levels in conjunction with the Grants Manager, Program Manager, and Finance Manager. Required Qualifications: 5 - 7 years of direct development experience with increasing responsibilities. Commitment to, and a strong belief in, the value of arts education for all youth. Experience, or strong interest, in anti-racist practices Direct or indirect management experience. Experience working in partnership with colleagues and board members Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including strong interpersonal skills, emotional intelligence and ability to understand, represent, and communicate about a wide variety of perspectives using asset-based language, especially those of Black, Indigenous, and POC youth and communities Ability to manage and coordinate with multiple stakeholders, partners, and staff, ensuring their buy-in, participation, and ability to deliver on project needs Excellent analytical thinking and computer literacy skills; experience working with Salesforce, Google Suite, Mailchimp, Wordpress, and/or other databases Knowledge of computer applications, including Windows, MS Word, MS Excel, and Google Apps Ability to manage sensitive information in a confidential manner Ability to be in office on a regular basis (position currently remote) Ability to work weekends and/or evenings as needed Located in the Bay Area and/or willingness to relocate (the Workshop is not able to Preferred Qualifications: 2 years of direct management/supervisory experience Experience with planned giving programs. Familiarity with arts education organizations or funders. Experience in and with the SF Bay Area. Knowledge/experience with web-based software; preference for Salesforce, Mailchimp, and Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign) applications Knowledge of social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Wordpress, LinkedIn) and best practices Exceptional Qualifications: Fluency in Spanish, Cantonese, or Filipino/Tagalog Experience managing rental space programs/theater production Salary range: $90,000 - 100,000/annually This is a full-time salaried position. The normal work week is Mon - Fri from approximately 9 - 5. Weekend and evening work is occasionally required for board/committee meetings, events, retreats and meetings with prospects/donors. The office is located on Delano Ave in San Francisco. The Powerhouse is located at 2301 San Jose Ave. The office is open and available for staff. Currently, staff have the option of working in the office or remotely. Board meetings are held quarterly on Wednesday evenings from 6 - 8:30. Communications and Development committee meetings are typically held in the evenings but have yet to be scheduled for FY22. Workshop benefits include: Comprehensive medical, vision and dental insurance for employees and their dependents – 100% Medical KP Plan covered by Performing Arts Workshop Generous Paid Time Off -- minimum of 20 days, as well as 12 holidays Life and Disability insurance Opportunity to participate in 403(b) retirement savings Application Instructions: 1) Submit resume and cover letter to Interim Executive Director, Neela Gentile: Subject Line/Attn: Development Director Email: info@performingartsworkshop.org 2) Cover Letter Directions: Please include answers to the following questions in your cover letter. What connects you to our organization’s mission? What connects you to racial justice work? What interests you in the position? How has your experience prepared you for the position? We will consider content, grammar, and spelling in cover letters. Please be sure to proofread your submissions. 3) Application Deadline: Open until filled. No phone calls or direct email, please. Applicants must email a resume and cover letter for consideration. Only complete applications emailed directly to info@performing artsworkshop.org will be reviewed. All complete applications for candidates that meet the required qualifications will be considered. 4) All expressions of interest will be held in the strictest confidence. 5) Candidates advancing through the interview process may be asked for references. The Workshop will make accommodations for references in multiple languages and references from hearing and visually-impaired individuals. The Workshop is an equal opportunity employer that embraces a diverse multicultural work environment. Black, Indigenous, People of color, people with disabilities and people of queer identities are encouraged to apply.
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