Program Manager, National Accelerator for Cultural Innovation & Inclusion
Arizona State University
Herberger Inst Design & Arts
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts, Office of the Dean is seeking a Program Manager to support the National Accelerator for Cultural Innovation & Inclusion. The Accelerator works across the Institute’s academic units and network of national partners to advance ideas, cultural practices and policies that advance the role of artists and designers in transforming public good. This includes working with National Policy Fellows, residencies, special projects, digital learning and public events that highlight how artists and designers are advancing new ways of work and policy within justice, public health, sustainability, creative placemaking and equitable community development. The Program Manager will report to the Executive Director of the National Accelerator and Chief of Staff and to build faculty work groups, online learning strategy, design/develop residencies and fellowship programs, and lead community advisory groups that advance new practices and ways of imagining arts and design for public good. The Program Manager will lead daily program management of Accelerator operations and support the Dean’s Office in marketing, communications and development for the Accelerator. This position will require some regional and national travel.
Depends on experience
Design/develop the annual work plan for two study “labs” within the Accelerator focused on new trans-disciplinary artistic practice and non-arts public policy.
Create framework for national fellowship and residency programs within the Accelerator.
Coordinate and support the annual work of Institute Professors within the Accelerator.
Establish and support the work of faculty advisory council and community-facing program design teams.
Cultivate and maintain deep partnerships across the university within schools and centers that support new ways of artists working/practicing and transforming non-arts fields (e.g. Artists working with urban planners on urban heat impacts or designers working with criminal justice leaders to reimagine trauma informed care practices and spaces in court settings)
Partner with Herberger online and EdPlus (ASU online learning platforms) to create Assist in the cultivation of national partnerships that broaden arts and design alignment for public good
With Communications Team, supports national media and branding strategy for the Accelerator including traditional media, social media and special events.
With Development Team, assists with identification and cultivation of donor prospects including individuals, foundations and federal support.
Draft proposals for partnerships and grants.
Manage grant and research compliance as necessary with Research staff from the Dean’s office.
May supervise Accelerator staff or student workers.
May work with Dean’s Office staff to identify opportunities for degree and non-degree certificates through new Accelerator-developed content.
Tracks public impact and program progress; provides reports as necessary to Supervisor, Dean’s Office and President’s Office.
Bachelor's degree and eight (8) years related experience; 3 of which include project management of technical or scientific endeavors, OR, any equivalent combination of experience, and/or education from which comparable knowledge, skills and abilities have been achieved.
Experience in project management in arts, culture, creative placemaking or community program design/development
Evidence of having clear track record in program management with artists/designers in public/social/civic practice.
Experience in a start-up or new program development helpful.
Demonstrated knowledge of equitable engagement, community organizing, and community asset theory.
Educational or practical knowledge of non-arts fields including justice, public health, sustainability, creative placemaking and community development.
Demonstrated knowledge of relevant national networks, partners and key investors a plus.
Demonstrated knowledge of project management principles, change management practices, and techniques needed for large, complex projects
Experience in program development, grants management, community engaged-practice and work with artists/designers in community/social/civic practice.
Evidence of being an effective public communicator who can work across numerous sectors including—artistic/cultural, nonprofit, education and government.
Experience in being committed to equity and community-centered practice. Bridge builder, connector, motivator and visionary.
Activities are primarily performed in a regular, climate controlled office setting subject to extended periods of sitting, standing, walking. Visual acuity and manual dexterity associated with daily use of desktop computer; bending, stooping, reaching and lifting up to 20 pounds. Ability to clearly communicate verbally in English, read, write, see and hear to perform essential duties. Review of completed tasks; provides and reviews assigned work activities to team members for quality and achievement of set goals. This position will require some regional and national travel.
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts, with 4,700+ students, nearly 400 faculty members, 125 program options and a tradition of top-ranked programs, we are committed to redefining the 21st-century design and arts school.
Mission: To position designers, artists, scholars and educators at the center of public life and prepare them to use their creative capacities to advance culture, build community and imaginatively address today’s most pressing challenges.
Vision:To advance the New American University by embedding designers, artists and arts-based inquiry at its core and throughout the communities it serves locally, nationally and internationally.
Creativity as a core 21st-century competency.
Design and the arts as critical resources for transforming our society.
Innovation, enterprise and entrepreneurship.
Interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary collaboration and research.
Projecting all voices.
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