Bonus Post

I said I was going to only do one post a week through August, but here are two things that might be of interest. First, Julia Levy of CultureCraver (kind of an interesting concept: GoodReads for culture is the way I think of it) contacted me when she heard about Building Communities, Not Audiences and wanted to do an interview. Here is the result: www.culturecraver.com/craveable/entry/443233.

And I just heard from Dorothy Gunther Pugh at Ballet Memphis. (She’s a contributor to the book.) They are advertising for a community engagement position. Here’s the info:

Artistic Administrator/Partnership Manager Organization: Ballet Memphis
Location: Memphis, TN

Ballet Memphis is seeking a qualified candidate to fulfill the new, full-time position of Artistic Administrator/Partnership Manager. The Partnership Manager (PM) will help make ideas become potential programs; will be accountable for implementing the programs; will provide the frameworks and supervision for realization of the various products and programs; will provide communication, administrative and artistic support to the Company and the artistic staff; and will engage in expanding relationships with the community and its supporters.

Requirements include a college degree and professional administrative experience. Experience in the professional ballet world would be helpful but is not required. (S)He will be working closely with the Artistic Director, the Managing Director, all senior staff , the production staff, emerging and experienced choreographers and designers, the professional dancers and trainees, university faculties and administrators, community and government leaders, and school staff and parents.

Salary commensurate with experience plus benefits
Please email your resume and cover letter with references to: resume@balletmemphis.org

Add “Partnership Manager” to the subject

Engage!

Doug

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