The Grant Program Manager, Community Vitality will oversee two of the Center’s existing national grant programs, the Windgate-Lamar Fellowship and the Teaching Artist Cohort, as well as research, develop and pilot new grants and programs to foster craft as a pathway to and indicator of healthy communities. The new position will also plan and develop an inaugural Artist Residency Fellowship at the Center for Craft that connects national craft artists with local resources in a reciprocal and equitable exchange.
For more information about this position and how to apply, click here. This position is full-time and exempt with occasional evenings/weekends and reports to the Director of Programs and Curator. The position works onsite at the Center for Craft and will supervise contractual support and/or interns. Starting salary is $42,000 with full benefits to include Medical/Dental, Life Insurance, LTD and STD, and 401K as well as 3 weeks paid leave and recognized federal holidays.
The deadline to apply is January 17, 2023.