Project Coordinator, Gender & Health Equity
About The Center for Cultural Power:
The Center for Cultural Power (Cultural Power) is a women of color, artist-led organization, inspiring artists and culture makers to imagine a world where power is distributed equitably and where we live in harmony with nature. We support artists through fellowships, training, and opportunities for activation. We create intersectional stories and content addressing issues of immigration, climate, gender and racial justice. We engage movement groups in cultural strategy and organize artists around issues that inspire them. Together with allies, we are co-creating a field of cultural strategy with organizations and practitioners through convenings, design teams, and strategy tables. Ourhas more about the organization and .
Scope of Work:
The Project Coordinator will provide logistical and administrative support to the Gender & Health Equity Program, specifically around the production of creative content focusing on themes of Reproductive Justice and care economies.
Who You Are
- A detail-oriented, collaborative individual who excels with admin, operations, and project management, and likes to get things done.
- Provide support for briefings and meetings, as well as manage the ongoing communications around specific projects with movement partners, allies, and stakeholders.
- Manage logistics for consultants and artist commissions, utilizing CCP's systems and administrative processes for contracts, MOU’s, invoices, and payments.
- Ensure artists move through the commissions process and check in on progress, reminders, and payment processing.
- Create systems and workflows for tracking timeline and project completion, utilizing project management software and tools, including Monday.com.
- Manage deliverables for assigned projects and track deliverables.
- Ensure coordination, scheduling and logistics with artists and movement partners, amidst competing and overlapping priorities on complex projects.
- Check in with vendors as needed to confirm moving pieces are in place for productions, and troubleshoot as necessary.
- Create a system to share drafts of artwork with CCP staff to collect feedback.
- Compile and manage artist and movement partner info for projects; including emails, social media handles, pre-survey and post survey data, and engagement tracking.
- General administrative tasks including scheduling internal team meetings, scheduling external meetings with artists, partners, funders, contractors, and processing contracts and invoices.
- Proven organizational skills and dedication to timely, high-quality deliveries.
- Ability to organize, summarize, and clearly present information in a variety of mediums.
- Excellent oral and written communication skills.
- Basic knowledge of Google Docs, Sheets and Slides and working knowledge of project management software such as Monday.com
- Ability to thrive in a high-paced environment and meet established timelines.
- Ability to communicate and collaborate within a geographically dispersed team.
- Ability to communicate and collaborate with people from diverse backgrounds and with varied life experiences.
- Solutions-oriented, collaborative problem-solver who is at home in a diverse, dynamic, and complex environment.
- Experience working with artists (musicians, graphic designers, filmmakers, visual artists) is preferred.
- A cover letter outlining why you are interested in working for The Center for Cultural Power and your relevant professional experience.
- Your resume.
All applications will be acknowledged, but only complete applications will be reviewed. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the position is filled.
The Center for Cultural Power supports artists and culture makers whose voices are most needed to transform the status quo towards a more just and inclusive future. This includes artists and cultural workers of color, Black artists, Indigenous artists, migrant artists, artists with disabilities, queer artists, transgender and nonbinary artists, and women of color identified artists. As such, we strongly encourage individuals from these communities to apply. We are committed to the collective work and intentional investment necessary to consistently move in the direction of equity and inclusion.
We look forward to hearing from you.