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Christ Presbyterian Church (New Haven)

Title: Director of Audio/Visual Production Team

Email resume and contact information to: Annie McHugh, annie.mchugh@cpcnewhaven.org 

Responsibilities: To work as the director of the A/V Production Team focusing on the production of streamed and archived worship services, School of Discipleship broadcast and production, and podcast creation. The Director of A/V Production reports to the Sr. Pastor, as assisted by the Pastor of Worship and City Outreach. Develops high quality production practices for streamed services and archived recorded services and podcast creation. Responsible for onsite execution of recording and streaming weekly Sunday worship services, weekly Wednesday night Compline services, School of Discipleship podcast, and occasional special services. Responsible for timely post-production work for recorded services and podcasts including graphic design on video content, audio/video editing, and timely uploads of content upon completion. Meets as needed with A/V Production Team in order to further develop the vision and mission of CPC’s online presence in recorded archived service content and podcast content. Makes recommendations to CPC’s A/V Production Team and CPC’s Session as needed regarding equipment purchases needed to fulfil CPC’s vision for quality recorded content. Maintains audio/visual equipment owned by the church. Trains CPC’s A/V team volunteers as required in best practices, equipment operation, etc. Oversees CPC A/V budget in conjunction with members of the A/V Production Team. Approximately 12-15 hours per week paid hourly at a rate of $TBD/hour with allowance for additional hours incurred due to special services and events. Start date August 3, 2020.

Collab

Job Title: Venture Manager

For more information go to: https://collabnewhaven.org/venture-manager 

Responsibilities: A dependable, culturally-responsive program manager with entrepreneurship experience to lead and coordinate Collab’s core programs that support a diverse, talented community of entrepreneurs.

Collab

Job Title: Community Fellows, Part-time/Contract

For more information go to: https://collabnewhaven.org/community-fellow 

Responsibilities: Highly motivated and independent Community Fellows with excellent interpersonal skills to conduct outreach efforts, including 1-on-1 coaching for entrepreneurs, to expand Collab’s service reach in the city and region.

Hartford Artisans Weaving Center

Job Title: Executive Director

Email resume and a cover letter (Word or pdf versions only) that describes how your qualifications and experience are aligned with this opportunity and provide evidence of your written communication skills to: Claudia Spaulding, Board of Directors, ha@weavingcenter.org 

Responsibilities: Manage and oversee daily operations including program oversight, financial management, human resource and volunteer management, and facilities management. Work with the Board of Directors to navigate COVID-19 and other obstacles and the impact on HAWC both in the short and long term. Work with the Board of Directors to develop leadership, management, and staffing infrastructure to sustain HAWC in the future. Expand revenue streams to ensure future sustainability including foundation support, individual giving, merchandise sales, and class/workshop revenue. Enhance organizational visibility to attract new students, volunteers, donors and customers. Support the Board of Directors in an effort to improve governance, increase engagement in fundraising, and diversify its membership. Continue work to renovate and maintain HAWC’s facility.

Requirements: HAWC seeks a personable, enthusiastic, organized and team-oriented individual to serve as our Executive Director. We want to hire someone who will be passionate about our mission and will welcome learning and tackling new challenges in a highly collaborative and consensus driven environment. The ideal candidate will demonstrate an appreciation for the arts, a strong desire to work with seniors and people with visual disabilities as well as an understanding of the unique challenges faced by these communities. The candidate will have an ability to inspire others and translate that inspiration into support of and action on behalf of the mission and vision of HAWC. Will be a gifted communicator who is able to thoughtfully convey the organization’s impact on the lives of those served. Will be comfortable representing the organization to a variety of diverse audiences in an effort to both create and maintain a strong community presence. Will have the innate ability to identify and capitalize on the strengths of both staff and volunteers and effectively lead this group of diverse personalities to achieve agreed on goals. Will be a creative problem solver willing to provide guidance and support to the team. Will be highly organized and focused and demonstrate the ability to multitask and manage multiple priorities. Ability to thrive in a highly collaborative team-oriented culture of mutual support and respect. Demonstrated success in diversifying and expanding revenue streams. Will demonstrate the ability to effectively communicate in a variety of written formats and social media. Specifically, the candidate will have experience writing successful grants and creating top-notch communication, marketing, and fundraising materials. A Bachelor’s Degree is required. Five or more years of increasing leadership responsibility in a nonprofit organization is preferred. Familiarity with Salesforce is a plus.

Mattatuck Museum

Title: School and Family Program Director

Email cover letter, resume and 3 professional references to: janice@mattmuseum.org 

Responsibilities: The Mattatuck Museum seeks a full-time museum educator to oversee all school and family programs for the museum.  The immediate focus for the new position will be to undertake digitization of the museum’s school tour program for 3rd, 4th and 5th graders as well as developing curriculum-based content to share with partner schools for distance learning with their students. Ultimately, the educator will help to develop new art- and history-based tours for the museum in a newly renovated space opening in spring 2021. The full job description can be found here.

The Narrative Project (New Haven)

Job Title: Communications Associate. Salary: $35,00 - $45,000. Full-time or Part-time - Negotiable.

Contact: mercy@narrative-project.com

Responsibilities: The Narrative Project is Connecticut’s premier anti-racist communications firm, focused on equity, oriented to justice and dedicated to providing high-quality public relations and full-service communications for mission-driven organizations throughout the state. The Communications Associate will play an instrumental role in “keeping the wheels moving” within The Narrative Project, supporting companywide communications strategies through pumping out written and digital content. Core responsibilities for the position include acting as the backbone of the organizations – keeping the team honest with timelines, coordinating with internal and external stakeholders and staying cool under pressure, maintaining communication with key media contacts, drafting materials such as speeches, announcements, social media content, video scripts, etc. Design and launch email marketing campaigns. Drafts, formats, proofreads, and edits written materials. Create and deliver press releases, media relations content, case studies, white papers, newsletter content, social media content, etc. Proactively researches and suggests content to support and reinforce the organization’s goals. Coordinates the production of publications and other communications. Manage writing projects. May perform other duties as assigned. Develop fresh story ideas. Graphic design (as needed). Social media (as needed). Photography (as needed).

Requirements: In order to succeed, you need to have exceptional communication skills, obsessive attention to detail, and the desire and capacity to learn. Must have a strong work ethic and passion for economic, racial and social justice. Relevant college experience in administration, journalism, communications, public relations, or marketing and 2-4 years of work experience, or some combination of the aforementioned. Dedication to dismantling harmful narratives surrounding race, ethnicity, privilege and power. Self-starting, propensity to take initiative with the ability to thrive within a fast-paced, dynamic environment. Strong writing, proofreading, and editing skills. Strong verbal and interpersonal communication skills. Must have the ability to work collaboratively. Must have the ability to work independently. Familiarity with a variety of adobe programs, primarily Photoshop and InDesign a plus. Client-focused, energetic and detail-oriented.

Solar Youth

Job Titles: Director of Programs & Steward Support Coordinator

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TheaterWorks Hartford

Title: P/T Business Associate (20 hours per week)

Email cover letter, resume and references to: Nicole LaFlair Nieves, info@theaterworkshartford.org. Email subject line should read “Business Associate Search”

Responsibilities: Proper maintenance of the financial database. This means regular entry and processing of payroll, 401k deposits, bank deposits, bills, electronic disbursements, bank and credit card reconciliations, state sales & use taxes and royalty payments. Process payroll and record in accounting software. Process 401k contributions on Empower website and record in accounting software. Prepare cash and checks for bank deposit, take to bank, and record in accounting software. Make change for concessions, box office, and business office. Record daily credit card batches from PatronManager in accounting software. Record daily credit card batches from Square in accounting software. Receive bills and stamp with received date. Get department head approval of all applicable bills. Enter bills into accounting software. Print checks for GM’s signature, then package for mailing. Complete monthly bank and credit card reconciliations in accounting software. Track debit and credit card purchases and record in accounting software. Prepare weekly reports for actors’ union. Maintain all vendor and employee files. Make royalty payments.

Requirements: Must be detail-oriented and have excellent time management and organizational skills. The Business Associate reports directly to the General Manager. Viable candidates should hold a Bachelor’s degree in the preferred fields of accounting, business or arts management. Candidates must be computer proficient with strong skills in Word and Excel. Knowledge of accounting principles a must. Familiarity with Quickbooks and non-profits preferred.

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