Charitable Advisors LLC
  • 16-Apr-2018 to 16-May-2018
  • - Classical Music Indy
  • Indianapolis, IN, USA
  • $20 per hour
  • Part Time

(Part-time 15-20 hours per week)

Classical Music Indy is seeking an experienced, organized, and highly collaborative individual for the position of Community Programs Assistant. The Community Programs Assistant will be responsible for ensuring community collaboration, awareness and execution of programs, social media content management, and timely data collection and reporting. This position will strengthen the organization's presence in the community, execute and enhance current programs, and provide accurate documentation to support the continued growth of Classical Music Indy.

Founded in 1968, Classical Music Indy (formerly the Fine Arts Society) has enjoyed nearly 50 years of providing free classical music to greater Indianapolis. As the only classical music syndicator in Central Indiana, Classical Music Indy (CMI) brings its Peabody-award winning radio programming to 4.5 million listeners across the state each year. CMI is now bringing its community programs suite, Music Unites, to a larger audience, scaling programs design to:
• Better reflect the diversity of our local community;
• Enhance the quality of life for Indianapolis' musically underserved residents;
• Beautify our city's neighborhoods and public spaces through creative placemaking and community concerts; and,
• Increase resident civic engagement and participation in community events.

We are seeking a dynamic arts professional to assist in bringing these new programs to scale, broadening the reach and impact of classical music while increasing inclusivity in the Central Indiana arts community.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Program Development and Implementation
-Research and select best venues, community contacts, and neighborhood
representatives to serve as Music Unites program partners.
-Assist in management of recruitment and scheduling of musicians to expand and diversify CMI performer roster.
-Assist in the development of an Outreach Strategy for annual program delivery and expansion.
-Plan and execute CMI events at the discretion of the Community Programs Manager: schedule dates and times with venues, contract musicians for performances, provide marketing assistance for events, manage operations and logistics at events, collect audience demographic data at events, and communicate thoroughly with site partners and musicians.

Partner Relations
-Assist in the cultivation and stewardship of existing partnerships
-Report site schedule and availability for programming to Community Programs Manager.
-Send thank you correspondence to program partners as programs are completed.
-Assist in management of marketing collaborations between partners.

Reporting and Data Collection:
-Help execute schedule for collection of formal program evaluations that coincide with grant periods and reporting schedules.
-Collect program data and communicate appropriate data and testimonial information to CMI Leadership for grant reports and to ensure grant compliance.

Social Media Management:
- Write social media content for Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (with assistance from Community Programs Manager, as needed).
- Schedule posts in advance (through Hootsuite or Facebook), with an emphasis on visual media according to Social Media Calendar.
- Research and tag all partners across all social media platforms.
- Maintain Social Media Metrics document to gauge trends and audience interests.
- With assistance from Community Programs Manager, respond to all comments through social media.

-A Bachelor's degree with 2-4+ years of experience in program management or
coordination in nonprofit fields OR any equivalent combination of experience
and/or education from which comparable knowledge, skills, and abilities have
been achieved. Academic background in arts or music education, music performance, or music history a plus.
-Able to establish and grow relationships with community partners.
-Able to provide own transportation to and from community program sites.
-Able to collect and analyze program data.
-Proficiency in Microsoft Office, Google office products, and task management software.
-Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
-Highly organized, deadline-driven, and detail-oriented.
-Able to multi-task, prioritize, and learn quickly.
-Professional demeanor, engaging personality, adaptability, patience, and highly
motivated work ethic.

Click the APPLY button to submit resumes & cover letter to Eric Salazar, Community Programs Manager by May 16, 2018

This position has been closed and is no longer available.
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