The Chicago Architecture Center is seeking a Vice President of Education and Audience Engagement who, building on the organization’s past successes, will strengthen its capacity to continue to lead the way in the built environment. The CAC developed this new position to meet the needs outlined in the new strategic plan. Reporting to the President and CEO, this position is a member of the executive team and will work closely with the President and CEO to ensure the CAC is a leader in innovative education and lead a professional team of creative educators in the 7th highest-ranked visited cultural institution in the city of Chicago, serving nearly 500,000 to 700,000 program participants annually.
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Reporting to the Interim Executive Director, the Manager of Marketing and Communications will work with departments and programs across the organization to plan and implement communications strategies that support the mission, vision, and activities of Van Alen Institute.
SAF is looking for a team player to join us as our Architectural Tours Intern. You will have the opportunity to work alongside our staff and volunteers to develop a new tour to launch this summer. Current tours being considered include, Ballard Ave, Seattle’s Waterfront, and the Madrona Neighborhood. You will receive project direction and supervision, but you should also be comfortable working independently. Your creative ideas and hard work will help us create a stronger and more engaging experience for our guests and volunteers.
The Center for Architecture is seeking freelance Design Educators to teach in our K – 8th grade architecture and design education school programs. Programs include in-school, multi-session residencies and/or after-school programs in schools and community sites throughout the city. Our programs use hands-on, project-based design activities to enrich classroom studies, build students’ understanding and appreciation of architecture and the built environment, and develop their design skills and sensibilities.
The role is to research, develop and curate the content of the NLA area programme/s across all potential outputs, from exhibitions to events, and publications to online activity. To drive the strategy and ambition for designated programme topics to maximise potential. To ensure programme content resonates with public, professional and political audiences.
The Communications Manager is responsible for creating and managing MAS’s digital and print communications programs. This includes managing our social media presence, e-newsletters, and printed collateral of the organization. S/he is responsible for overall strategy and continual assessment of the effectiveness of all digital outreach strategies and initiatives. The position includes opportunity to learn about media outreach, fundraising strategy, and event management depending on candidate interest.
The MAS seeks a full-time Director of Advocacy to help advance an ambitious urban agenda. The Director will lead efforts to translate MAS’s vision for New York City into concrete policy initiatives and strategies that leverage coalition building and communications to achieve change. The position provides key staff support to the organization in the areas of public policy development, planning, legislative and regulatory advocacy, partner engagement and training. S/he will also work with external stakeholders, such as legislators and political leadership throughout New York City, including experts and researchers.
The Los Angeles Conservancy is looking for an individual with preservation experience and that comes prepared to collaborate as a team member, as part of the organization’s advocacy work to preserve and revitalize the built heritage of Los Angeles County. Creative and innovative thinkers that are able to get things done are encouraged to apply.
The COMMUNICATIONS COORDINATOR ART & ARCHITECTURE SUMMER CAMP will work with CMOA Education staff to coordinate communication with Summer Camp parents and guardians by writing and sending daily and weekly emails. Work closely with Associate Curator of Education and education staff to implement safety procedures and protocol to ensure safety of all campers including supervising campers during sign-in, lunch, and recess.
The Project Manager will oversee a variety of special projects and cross-departmental initiatives vital to the success of the newly-opened center. The successful candidate must have strong project management skills, keeping sight of the “big picture” while managing many levels of detail, with the ultimate goal of creating a world-class architecture center that provides an unrivaled visitor experience.