SPUR is seeking a Public Programming Assistant to work closely with the Public Programming Manager in overseeing forums, events and tours in our San Francisco and Oakland offices. This position will require a flexible candidate comfortable in performing a multitude of tasks. This individual will be expected to engage with SPUR board members, policy staff, guest lecturers and the public.
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The Manager of Exhibitions will provide organization and oversight to the development of new exhibits and refurbishment of permanent exhibitions, from initial concept design through project completion. They will coordinate and manage technical design, AV integration, graphic production, fabrication, and installation. This manager will be part of a cross-departmental team that will refresh and rebuild CAC’s current exhibitions and develop new exhibitions over the next several years.
The office of the Director and the office of Special Events at the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum are seeking qualified candidates to serve as an Assistant for Administration and Special Events. The position reports to two departments, and supports the Director of Cooper Hewitt and the office of Special Events and works closely with members of Advancement and Executive office.
The Student Programs Design Coordinator is responsible for coordinating, implementing, building and expanding SWE’s suite of leadership and development programs with a focus on high school students, including online and live learning.
The researcher serves as an essential member of our team, leading the development and implementation of DI’s research capabilities. Specifically, the researcher is responsible for weaving Community Based Participatory Action research (CBPAR) methodology into the body of larger social change processes, producing deep insights into human behavior and systems that inform strategic action.
This position will be housed within the Bureau of Chronic Disease Prevention (BCDP), which is in the DOHMH’s Center for Health Equity and Community Wellness. The BCDP strives to reduce the burden of chronic disease on New Yorkers, including heart disease and stroke, cancer, and diabetes, with a particular focus on reducing gaps in health equity.
The Curator of Art and Social Practice is responsible for developing and implementing a comprehensive plan for art at the Obama Presidential Center (OPC), and for curating and delivering art exhibitions, temporary installations, and artist-led projects both at the OPC and in the wider community.
The Boston Society for Architecture (BSA) seeks a Development Coordinator (DC) to join our twenty-two person
staff. The DC plays an important role in coordinating key activities that will help the organization achieve its
fundraising goals. This includes managing logistics related to meetings and communications with individual
donors, corporate supporters and institutional funders; maintaining an up-to-date donor database and donor
files, including donor acknowledgement, recognition, and pledge reminders; grants research and scheduling; and
assisting with fundraising events.
The Boston Society for Architecture (BSA) seeks an experienced Professional Program Manager (PPM) to join our
twenty-two person staff. Building upon our 150 year legacy of supporting the profession of architecture, the
PPM will join a team responsible for delivering high quality products that advance membership, the greater
professional community, and the industry at large.
The Manager of Teen Programs works closely with the Director of Education to develop, oversee and deliver programs for teens to explore 21st century workforce skills related to architecture, construction, engineering, design (ACED) and Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) fields, as well as the built environment and their ability to shape it.