The AFO is a well-funded non-profit with compelling new programs driving its growth. We are currently looking for an outstanding, energetic Executive Director with a vision to help deliver on our dedication to create greater impact throughout Oregon. This is an exciting opportunity supported by a strong board made up of design and construction industry leaders and a dynamic, accomplished and dedicated five person staff.
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Urban Design Forum seeks a full-time Program Manager to lead our Forefront Fellowship programs and publications. We’re searching for an early- to mid-career professional excited to join a small, fast-growing team. This is an energizing, multi-functional role with opportunity to lead annual inquiries and shape the long-term strategy of this leadership development program.
We’re searching for an early-to-mid-career professional excited to join a small, fast-growing team. You will support the growth of our organization, coordinate institutional giving efforts, manage grants, support major events, and assist with special projects.
SAH invites a creative, strategic, and dynamic leader to advance the Society’s mission and lead nearly 3,000 members in defining the organization’s role during a critical phase as it approaches its centennial. Reporting to an engaged Board of Directors and directing an exceptionally talented and hard-working staff, the next Executive Director will collaboratively shape a compelling vision and strategic plan for the future of SAH as an inclusive, global home for scholars of the built environment and related disciplines.
The Museum seeks an experienced, collaborative and enthusiastic professional to support the rebuild, design and management of K-12 education programs. The Manager of Education Programs (MEP) joins the Museum at an exciting time of transition and expansion.
Reporting to the Executive Director, the Communications Manager will help develop and
implement a comprehensive communications strategy; oversee day-to-day
organizational communications, marketing initiatives, and social media; and act as the
main point of contact for media.
The Senior Manager of K–12 Learning conceives initiatives and strategies for K-12 programming, resources and methodology with Carnegie Museum of Art’s (CMOA) strategic framework and goals ensuring that K-12 students, families, educators and school systems recognize the museum as a learning resource for creative recuperation and meeting social, emotional, and curricular goals.
This position will play a primary role in creating customer-centric and innovative strategies that establish CAC as a premier destination in Chicago. As the driver of large-scale, multi-channel, initiatives this role requires strong business acumen and strategic thinking skills along with accountability and attention to detail.
Community Programs Manager works closely with CAC’s Content Teams (Adult Learning Experiences, Youth Education, Exhibitions) to develop and deliver programs that illuminate issues, legacies and opportunities related to the architecture, design and the larger built environment in Chicago’s diverse neighborhoods.