Primary Location: Medina County, with some travel to surrounding communities; remote
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to working with the Executive Director in the following areas:
- Program Development and Management – develops, implements and supervises programs and services that are consistent with the organization’s mission and Strategic Plan and that meet the
needs of constituents.
- Fund Development/Grant Oversight –develops and manages the fundraising and financial strategies of the organization. Assists in writing and managing grant applications for current grant programs, but through research, applies for new grant opportunities.
- General Arts Management – Assists in daily business operations, including hiring, supervising and evaluating independent contractors for support services; coordinates with volunteers and partner organizations; executes contracts with service providers.
- Community/Regional Relations – develops effective working relationships within communities served and with all stakeholders (i.e., residents, government, schools, civic organizations) to ensure that the arts are represented in the community-at-large and for the constituency that
- Advocacy –articulates and communicates the value of the arts in improving our quality of life, and promotes community support of the arts and ORMACO, including managing aspects of ORMACO’s current social media (Facebook, Twitter, Constant Contact), identifies and implements other pertinent social media platforms.
- Conducts all business at the highest standard of integrity ensuring that all activities are legal and ethical.
- Other duties assigned.
- College graduate with some experience, preferably in a nonprofit organization, with experience in the arts or a related area preferred.
- Master’s degree in a relevant field is a plus.
- Knowledge of ORMACO’s service area and the arts within it.
- Proven record as a successful fundraiser.
- Outstanding written, oral and interpersonal communication skills.
- Proficient at Microsoft Office Suite
- Strong planning, organizational and analytical skills.
- Ability to positively motivate and develop support workers, board, and volunteers and build consensus.
- Visionary and innovative thinker.
- Ability to work collaboratively with all sectors of the community, the Board of Trustees and support workers.
Email cover letter and resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Salary Range or Hourly Rate
20-25 hours per week; $28,000-$35,000 yearly salary