Program Director - Bay Area

Program Director - Bay Area

Website: http://www.cciarts.org/_Library/docs/Program_Director_Bay_Area_Job_Description.pdf

 San Francisco, CA, Unknown

The Center for Cultural Innovation (CCI) is a California nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization based in Los Angeles, California. Founded in 2001, the mission of CCI is to promote knowledge sharing, networking, and financial independence for individual artists and creative entrepreneurs by providing business training, grants and financing, and incubating innovative projects that create new program knowledge, tools, and practices for artists in the field.

We are looking for a motivated and energetic person to join our team as our Program Director, Bay Area.

The Program Director will be responsible for managing CCI’s Bay Area office that includes CCI’s regranting, training, and convening activities as well as funder and artist relations. The Program Director, Bay Area is responsible for the administration and management of CCI’s Creative
Capacity Fund’s (CCF) Quick Grant, California Art Leaders Investments (CALI), Investing in Artists, and Bay Area Creative Industries Incentive Network regranting programs. This position also develops and supervises the implementation of CCI’s Bay Area professional development and
training programs, including artist training and technical assistance programs as well as CCI’s signature Business of Art and entrepreneurship incubation programs. The Program Director, Bay Area is also responsible for implementing convenings of the field, helping to maintain CCI’s social
media presence and online resources, and overall management of the San Francisco office. The Program Director, Bay Area will be expected to support, partner in, and/or develop various incubation efforts as they arise in regranting, training, and research. The position is housed in the CCI San Francisco office and may require travel by personal or public transportation to CCI program sites around the Bay Area and California. Reports to the President and CEO and may supervise the work of support staff, consultants, contractors, vendors, or volunteers, as required.
The ideal candidate for this position is someone who wants to be challenged in thinking differently about the arts and how an intermediary can be both a service organization as well as a platform for
change. 

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