Open House New York seeks an emerging curator, writer, or urban thinker to serve as Program Director. Reporting to the Executive Director, the Program Director works with a wide network of individuals to conceptualize and organize all of OHNY’s programs, including the annual Open House New York Weekend and year-round tours and talks. The Program Director will have 7+ years experience in organizing cultural programming–such as exhibitions, lectures, tours, publications, or other formats–with some focus on architecture, design, or urbanism.
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The Rudy Bruner Award for Urban Excellence (RBA) is a national urban design award that seeks to promote innovative thinking about the built environment and advance conversation about making cities better.
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Under the supervision of the Director of Development Operations & Events (DDOE), this position provides administrative support for the Museum’s donor programs. Museum donors include individuals, corporations, associations, foundations, and government agencies, who contribute to the Museum’s mission, exhibitions, education programs, and special projects. The Development Coordinator works closely with the Museum’s frontline fundraisers to provide excellent stewardship, benefit fulfillment, and outstanding customer service.
Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum seeks a creative and energetic individual to lead Cooper Hewitt’s individual major gift efforts and serve as the Associate Director of Development and Membership reporting to the museum director.
The Communications Manager reports to the Executive Director and works closely with the Program Director, Editor-in-Chief of Urban Omnibus, Managing Director, special programs managers and program associate. The role of the Communications Manager is to devise and execute a coordinated, timely, and effective digital, social media, and print communications strategy that offers a clear and powerful image of the League’s work, and that informs and helps build the League’s constituencies and audiences. The League conceives and executes a wide variety of programs and projects, ranging from public lectures, to the online publication Urban Omnibus, to design studies and competitions. Effectively conveying the breadth and diversity of the League’s work is a significant challenge, and an important measure of success in this position.
MAS seeks a full-time Administrative Assistant to provide support in the planning and execution of the organization’s public programs, events, and education initiatives throughout the year, including signature events like the MAS Summit for New York City, Celebrating the City, Jane’s Walk, MAS Urbanist Events, and the Livable Neighborhoods Program. This position also provides administrative support, as needed, to the Office of the President, as well as the planning team.
The MAS seeks a full-time Senior Project Manager to help advance an ambitious advocacy agenda. The successful candidate will effectively demonstrate a broad understanding of current New York City planning, land use issues, and policies combined with technical proficiency in planning-oriented software applications, as well as strong research, writing, presentation, and communication skills. This position comes at an important time for MAS and presents a unique opportunity to help define and shape our vision for the future of New York City. The ideal candidate will have a range of talents and expertise. They will be engaged, technically skilled, team oriented, passionate about our mission, adept at communicating to diverse audiences, and eager to work in a fast-paced environment.
he Docomomo US Program and Communications Manager is responsible for implementing and managing all Docomomo US programs including but not limited to the National Symposium, Modernism in America Awards and Tour Day in addition to lectures, film screenings and tours that take place from time to time throughout the year. The Program and Communications Manager acts as the project manager for these events and coordinates all aspects of schedule management, budgeting, logistics, partner and volunteer coordination. The Program Manager is responsible for implementing a wide range of communication efforts for the Docomomo US website, monthly newsletter, email and print communications and social media.
Responsible for conducting media relations outreach in four primary areas of our Public Affairs work: National Treasures, digital public relations, promotion of a national hands-on youth corps training program, and diversity in preservation.