The Walker Art Center seeks a Family Engagement Assistant who will be responsible for helping to proactively connect with community organizations and develop deeper community-based partnerships that will support the Walker’s ability to best serve families of the Twin Cities now and into the future. This is a hands-on opportunity to be a part of an exciting new Walker program, “Family at the Center”, that will bring together community organizations and teaching artists as key partners in providing performances, workshops, and hands-on art making activities that are relevant to our Minneapolis communities.
Responsibilities will include:
Proactively connect with community organizations and local constituents to build awareness of Walker Art Center and its offerings for families.
Maintain a variety of databases and tracking documents including project timelines and contact information.
Assist in marketing efforts; gaining and collating advice and feedback from the community advisory groups and community organizations.
Participate with program evaluation; collecting visitor feedback; inputting data into spreadsheets for analysis and reporting.
Prepare annual report on the program development and implementation process for Year 1 and Year 2; prepare a summative report on the programs development and implementation process for Year 3.
Ad-hoc duties as required related to the set up and roll out of Walker’s Family Programs: this may include setting up for workshops, hosting teaching artists, and working with Walker educators and events staff on program assistance and delivery.
30-month (2.5 years), grant funded position
Part-time, 18/hours per week (requires some weekend and evening hours)
Up to $17k/annually depending on experience; non-exempt; overtime eligible
Sick time, museum discounts, Walker membership, and the opportunity to work alongside talented individuals as well as support some remarkable artists, events, and programming
Qualifications and Experience:
Bi-lingual: Fluent in English and Hmong, Somali and/or Spanish languages.
A minimum of a high school diploma or equivalent.
Excellent relationship building, written and verbal communication, and negotiation skills.
Demonstrated skills in planning, organizing, solving problems, and successfully completing multiple tasks within required deadlines.
Knowledge and experience with the Microsoft Office Suite (PC); experience with Constituent Relationship Management (CRM) systems is a plus.
Individuals with in-depth knowledge and understanding of Somali, Hmong or Hispanic/Latino cultures and languages are encouraged to apply.
The ideal candidate is also passionate about the importance of art.
To Apply: include your letter of interest and resume
Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled.
Our goal is to be a diverse workforce that is representative, at all job levels, of the citizens we serve. The Walker is committed to being an inclusive workplace. Our goal is to be a diverse workforce that is representative, at all job levels, of the communities and audiences we serve. We are dedicated to fair and inclusive employment practices for all individuals.