Position: Executive Co-Director, PTE
The successful candidate is a face of Community Arts Create, responsible for management of all human and financial resources needed to advance the mission, carrying CAC forward into a new period of growth. The Executive Co-Director will need to work effectively with the current Director, CAC’s administrative staff and volunteers, funders, and the community. The position requires demonstrated leadership, fundraising skills and management experience of at least 3-5 years. Arts background is encouraged but not a requirement. This job requires organization, imagination, patience, and a creative spirit. You will work with a variety of people, and will be encouraged to network and attend events.
About 50% of your time will be devoted to creating and implementing new administrative systems and enhancing existing ones. Working with current Director and staff to develop a Board, and create a Major Gift Campaign will be a primary activity. Pursue new funding opportunities from the corporate sector, both local and national. Become familiar with and provide input for CAC’s grant writing program that will eventually be managed by Board.
About 25% of your time will be devoted to strengthening and expanding CAC’s visibility in the community by creating and executing a Marketing Plan that encompasses strategies for Membership development, Audience development, and the creation of new and enhancing of old Strategic Partnerships within the Southeast Seattle community.
About 25% of your time will be devoted to CAC Operations. Executive Co-Director will have supervisory responsibility for the Administrative Staff. The Co-Director will work with Administrative Staff to prepare an Annual Plan, Strategic Plan, and budget for FY2019. Executive Co-Director will work closely with Co-Director/Artistic Director to implement the Annual Plan.
*This job does not include medical benefits.
Interested applicants may send a resume and cover letter to .