Public Art & Placemaking Toolkit for Rural Communities
Click here to view or download our Places of Possibility toolkit for rural communities in the Intermountain West. This toolkit contains resources for best practices, planning, community engagement, funding, launching, installing and amplifying your art and placemaking activities. The Public Art and Placemaking Toolkit was made possible by a generous grant from the LOR Foundation.
JH Public Art seeks qualified applicants for the position of Project Manager
The JHPA Project Manager coordinates all aspect of our community projects, programs, and events and assists with administrative tasks, and marketing. The ideal candidate demonstrates a positive attitude, is a self-motivated team-player, an efficient multi-tasker with exceptional attention to detail, excellent problem solving skills, and who can consistently meet deadlines; an effective verbal and written communicator who can maintain positive and professional interactions with community members, clients, and artists; and a capable designer who can create custom promotional pieces and manage social media communications that effectively contribute to the brand of JHPA.
This position is full time, however, we are willing to consider part-time candidates that do not have a design background.
To apply please send a letter of interest, current resume, and three references compiled as one PDF to Carrie@jhpublicart.org
Submit by: February 22nd, 2019.
Label file as follows: YourName_ProjectManager.pdf
Email Subject Heading: Project Manager
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