PAY RATE: Full time, salaried / exempt position. $37,000-$40,000 annually.
Subject to applicable Personnel Policies, full time employees are
eligible for health insurance, participation in a 403 (b) plan with a
company match of up to 5% of salary, paid vacation, sick leave,
personal days, and holiday pay.
WORK SCHEDULE: Monday – Friday, 8am – 5pm, with one hour coordinated lunch.
Some work outside of normal business hours required.
The Program Manager serves as one of the key staff members for the Arts Council of Greater Lansing and is
responsible for grants management, membership programs, fund development assistance, and other activities
necessary to support both the cultural community and the mission, vision, goals, and objectives of the Arts
Duties include overseeing, coordinating, and managing all aspects of the arts and cultural grants programs
for: the Ingham County Hotel Motel Grant Program for Publicity and Promotion; the Michigan Council for
Arts and Cultural Affairs Minigrant Program; the Individual Artist Grant Program; the Chris Clark
Fellowship Program; and the Collaborative Arts Grant Program.
Importantly, the incumbent will also coordinate and manage the Arts Council’s membership programs and
will provide technical assistance, consultations, workshops and other support services to members and those
in the field. The incumbent will have direct responsibility for the SmArts Professional Development
Program for Creatives and will be the primary contact for Arts Council members of all classes. Further, the
incumbent will be expected to be responsive to member needs and able to direct members to the appropriate
resource—in the community or at the Arts Council—to best provide further assistance and relevant followup.
In this way the incumbent will work with a wide variety of individuals including artists, arts and cultural
organizations, Arts Council personnel and Board members, city personnel, business leaders, community
volunteers and other area leaders, and will be expected to take a lead role in developing and sustaining
relationships amongst similar and diverse groups and individuals. The incumbent will be expected to
proactively lead outreach efforts to build networks, raise awareness about community resources, and recruit
Arts Council members.
To a lesser extent, the incumbent will assist the Executive Director with fund development activities, grant
writing, and fundraiser event coordination to support Arts Council operations, projects, and programs on an
as needed basis. The incumbent will provide staff support in the coordination of the Arts Council’s Annual
Awards, and other programs as necessary.
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience required. Previous experience in grants management or
arts administration is a plus. Creative background or a special affinity for the arts is highly desirable.
Microsoft Office proficiency in Word, Excel, PowerPoint. Experience with Adobe Acrobat
Professional, Photoshop, and other design programs are highly desirable.
Outstanding organizational, communication, written, and oral skills.
Must excel in relationship building and networking. Ability to exercise initiative, judgment, and
diplomacy in a wide variety of public contact situations.
Ability to manage a multi-faceted workload with self-motivation under broad general supervision.
Ability to work with team members to meet the strategic objectives of the organization.
To perform the essential functions of the job, an individual may be required to maintain a physical
condition necessary for walking, standing, and sitting for long periods of time, general manual
dexterity; adequate hearing, vision and speech; and carrying/moving/lifting some moderately heavy
Travel in personal automobile may be required for Arts Council business, with or without
Under the direction of the Chief Program Officer, the Associate Director will work on (1) business development, (2) project development, and (3) project management. In addition, this position is responsible for learning the business side of running a program including financial management, human resource management, and IRB/Privacy functions.
More details at http://www.mphi.org/careers.aspx.
Manage the development of specific portions of the divisional marketing strategy as well as long-term initiatives to reduce donor attrition and move donors up the brand experience ladder in support of Recruitment and marketing functions of the organization. Collaborate with division staff to plan and execute marketing campaigns, conduct mid-campaign evaluations and adjustments, communicate campaign details to stakeholders and close campaigns. Job responsibilities include: Marketing Campaign Execution, customer feedback and results analysis and strategic assessments. See more at www.michworks.org , job number 3504185.
Manage the development of specific portions of the divisional marketing strategy as well as long-term initiatives o reduce donor attrition and move donors up the brand experience ladder in support of Recruitment and arketing functions of the organization. Collaborate with division staff to plan and execute marketing campaigns, onduct mid-campaign evaluations and adjustments, communicate campaign details to stakeholders, and close campaigns. Works closely with regional DRD to support Sponsor marketing campaigns.
Perform all duties and responsibilities in compliance with standard operating procedures, Safety Quality Identity otency Purity (SQUIPP), regulations outlined in the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), Occupational Safety nd Health Administration (OSHA) and other applicable Federal, state and local regulations.
1. Marketing Campaign Execution, Customer Feedback and Results Analysis
Develop division marketing campaigns including objectives, metrics, audience/list generation, messaging, channel strategies, implementation plan and tools, creative (design, content, production), collateral development, and test/pilot plan. Access DRMS for campaign scenario planning. Oversee and/or enter campaign parameters into DRMS for execution. Monitor mid-campaign course-corrective activities including campaign metric and donor/sponsor/sales feedback collection, adjustments to execution and campaign termination. Provide input to national marketing campaign implementation plan and tools. Maximize divisional digital engagement activities (Red Cross website, Twitter, etc) and ensure information is coordinated jointly across all work groups including marketing operations, marketing and communications.
•Contribute to assessing divisional/regional campaign readiness. Develop and deliver internal communications relevant to campaign, campaign training to relevant stakeholders (DRD), and additional ools required to support the implementation of division and/or national marketing campaigns. Contribute to divisional marketing- and communications-related donor/sponsor/DRD feedback. Provide input to continuous improvement including process, tool, training, metrics and other improvements.
Provide input to new donor/sponsor programs including objectives, competitor programs, desired donor/sponsor behavior. Offer recommendations for pilot implementation, execution and measurement.
•Contribute to identification of regional partner and/or alliance prospects. Create and produce targeted message packages to solicit partner prospects.
2. Strategic Assessments
• Conduct planning and execution of segment-focused marketing campaigns in alignment with the divisional marketing plan. Drive blood collection goals and donor/sponsor retention metrics for divisional/regional campaigns and in support of national campaigns.
3. Segmentation Strategy and Marketing Planning
• Provide input into division positioning, business case development, requirements and subsequent validation that new donor/sponsor experience capability development (e.g., Loyalty Program, Referral Program) supports offering.
Contribute to division marketing objectives, metrics, timelines, tactics, forecasted benefits, budget and marketing plan. Serve as a liaison between assigned regions and division/national marketing to ensure awareness of initiatives and support the integration of the initiatives into the regional marketing plan.
•Contribute to an integrated and optimized donor/sponsor contact strategy across geographies, campaigns, and segments for the division.
4. Designated Activities
• Lead special marketing/communications campaigns or activities at the divisional and/or Biomedical Services Headquarters level as needed to achieve business objectives.
5. Communications Planning and Execution
• Develop, implement, and measure the communication plans and tactics that support division marketing campaigns. Support regional Public Relations events as needed.
6. Vendor Relationship Management
• May serve as a point of contact for external vendor relationships as applicable. Provide input to vendor contracts, optimizing vendor efficiencies, and ensuring value pricing.