Join the Hawaii Arts Alliance
Hawaii Arts Alliance is Hiring
Hawai‘i Arts Alliance (HAA) is a statewide private non-profit that champions all forms of arts, and the artists that are a part of creative process statewide. HAA has been doing this work for many years as an advocate, funder, program developer and an arts champion.
Want to Help Run a Great Arts Organization? We're looking for you!
Part-Time Office Coordinator oversees the general activities for the Hawaiʻi Arts Alliance and is responsible for managing office communications and facilitating key tasks and procedures. S/he/they interact with visitors, providing the information needed. The Office Coordinator maintains a master schedule of all meetings and commitments, places orders for office supplies when needed, directs both incoming and outgoing communications and correspondence, manages office space use, and any equipment needed to run a meeting. S/he/they develop and implement organization procedures for mail and Post Box pickups, prepare paperwork for the accountant to pay monthly bills and maintain required compliance documents.
Part-Time Program Coordinator is responsible for overseeing the successful planning and completion of arts education and community education programs. Duties include leading programs, scheduling teaching artists, liaising with schools and community organizations, monitoring program budgets and determining how to prioritize funds based on grant agreements, and performing outreach duties to engage with the local community. A bachelorʻs degree in an arts or education discipline and teaching experience preferred.
Part-Time Communications Coordinator executes and monitors communications for the Hawaiʻi Arts Alliance including managing the nonprofit website and social media, creating public relations and marketing materials such as press releases, blog posts, and newsletters. The Communication Coordinator tracks and reports analytics on marketing and communications campaigns and coordinates promotional events. The Communications Coordinator is responsible for the public-facing media platforms for the Hawaiʻi Arts Alliance. A bachelor's degree in marketing, communications, or journalism and experience in the creative sector is preferred. Strong writing skills, a high level of creativity, and the ability to think analytically are desirable traits for this position.
Resume and CV can also be emailed directly to firstname.lastname@example.org