The U.S. Department of Arts and Culture seeks Co-Director of Organizing and Organizational Development!
Posted: November 25, 2019 at 2:19 pm
Description of the position:
The U.S. Department of Arts and Culture (USDAC) seeks a collaborative, visionary, experienced, movement-oriented leader to steward and evolve the people-powered department at a moment of significant transformation and opportunity.
The person in this role will join a collaborative effort to evolve strategy and vision, grow capacity, and transition the USDAC into its next chapter. They will contribute to “holding the whole” — developing and coordinating programs and partnerships, deepening organizing strategy, and creating the conditions through which a growing team can support and activate the USDAC’s network of 22,000+ artists, cultural organizers, educators, policy-makers, arts administrators, activists, and allies.
We are looking for someone with significant leadership experience in both organizational development and social justice organizing. Background in arts or cultural work is not a requirement for this role. A successful candidate must have an appreciation for and understanding of the power of cultural work and creativity. Experience in community cultural development, the intersection of arts and social justice, and/or cultural organizing is, of course, also a plus!
This is a work-remote position and is not full-time.
Initial contract would be for a rate of $39,000-$46,800/year, depending on agreed upon scope of work. This is not a full-time position. USDAC team members are all independent contractors, compensated at an equal rate and working flexible schedules that allow for other projects/clients.
The deadline to apply is midnight on December 9th, and the position begins March 2020!
For more detailed information about the position and how to apply, visit the full listing here.