Seeking Coordinator for Native Voices Arts Program

Arts Impact
Application deadline: 5/20/2022

The Native Voices Arts Program is a collaborative, sovereignty-grounded, arts learning project between Tribal Nations, tribal compact and public schools serving Native middle school youth, OSPI (WA State Native Education, Arts Education and Migrant Education programs) and Arts Impact, a nonprofit arts education organization. The program is led by the Native Voices Leadership Team, consisting of 15 Native teaching artists, elders, indigenous language and plant educators from 13 different Tribal Nations.

Supporting Native Arts and Cultural Learning

The Native Voices Coordinator position is a part-time (24 hours/week), year-round salaried position with Arts Impact. The NV Coordinator supports the Native Voices Manager in the administration and implementation of the program.

  • Flexible work hours (24 hours/week)
  • Telecommuting from home (except for in-person Native Voices events)
  • Salary range – $35,000-$40,000
  • Health & Life Insurance benefits
  • Technology equipment for home office
  • Professional learning to support your growth in this work Skills Needed
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Good written and verbal communication
  • Good computer skills
  • Knowledge of arts and cultural materials is a plus
  • Drives and has access to a reliable vehicle
  • Knowledge of Native cultures is highly valued

To apply, please email by May 20, 2022:

  • Resume
  • Cover Letter
  • Letter of recommendation

to BeverlyHB@arts-impact.org

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