We're Hiring!

Clockshop, an artist-run arts non-profit based in Elysian Valley, is looking for a full time project manager who will take on the management of key curatorial and public programs. Project Manager responsibilities include delivering every project on time, within budget, and within scope; working collaboratively with artists, partners, community organizations, and vendors; and visioning and developing projects that align with Clockshop’s core values and mission. Clockshop projects take place on public land, and often involve an alignment of artistic ideas, community interests, and land use issues affecting environmental and social justice.

Clockshop is a collaborative work environment and the project manager will work closely on projects with Clockshop’s Curator and Director of Strategic Programs, the Executive Director, Senior Advisor, Social Media Coordinator, and Graphic Designer. 

 

Please submit a cover letter, CV and contacts for 3 references to https://airtable.com/shrwvdev6wjYjEh43 by March 13.

Emailed applications will not be considered.

 

Responsibilities

  • Ensure that all projects (site based installations, partnerships, community events, public programs) are delivered on-time, within scope and within budget
  • Coordinate internal and external resources for the flawless execution of projects
  • Assist in the definition of project scope and objectives, involving all relevant stakeholders, ensuring feasibility of outcomes
  • Develop detailed project plans to monitor and track progress
  • Manage changes to the project scope, project schedule, and project costs using appropriate tracking tools
  • Measure project performance using appropriate evaluation and audience survey tools and protocols 
  • Successfully manage the relationship with artists, clients, partners, and all stakeholders
  • Create and maintain comprehensive project documentation and archives

Requirements

  • Proven working experience in project management in the arts or education field
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Solid organizational skills including attention to detail and multi-tasking skills
  •  Fluency in Spanish helpful, but not required
  • Comfortable with quick turn-around projects
  • Flexibility, nimbleness, and the ability to pivot quickly
  • Solutions-oriented, and able to achieve extremely high standards of production and presentation within a small non-profit environment
  • Fluency with Google Suite and Microsoft office is required; Proficiency with database management software, project management systems (Airtable, Basecamp, Smartsheets,etc), and WordPress are highly desirable.        

Commitment & Compensation

  • 5 days per week, 40 hours per week — with flexibility of hours on certain days
  • Salary based on experience, starting at $55K
  • Monthly healthcare stipend