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Seeking a Consultant Coordinator for LANE

Posted: Thursday, March 30th, 2017 at 3:11 pm in Job Announcements, New

Consultant Coordinator
Leveraging a Network for Equity

Overview

NPN/VAN seeks a Consultant Coordinator for the program Leveraging a Network for Equity (LANE). LANE is an initiative that engages arts organizations of color and geographically isolated arts organizations in a four-year process to support their leadership and organizational health. The 4-year process includes regular convenings, capitalization funds, and subsidized consulting from a curated pool of consultants.

Work Relationship/Accountability

This position is a contracted administrative position that requires coordinating information from multiple sources. The majority of work can be done remotely but once-a-week, in-person meetings at the NPN/VAN office are required. Additional meetings may be required during high volume work periods. This position reports to the LANE Specialist.

Time Commitment

Duties will require 10 – 15 hours per week. Hours may vary depending on the volume of work.

Compensation

This is a one-year contract compensated at $18,000 per annum. The Consultant Coordinator is an independent contractor. The position includes no benefits or healthcare and NPN/VAN will not be responsible for payroll taxes.

Responsibilities/Duties

  • Co-develop systems for communication with the consultant pool
  • Support scheduling of LANE meetings including video conferences and in-person meetings
  • Manage travel logistics with the LANE program assistant
  • Secure and organize the required notes and reports
  • Facilitate payment process for the consultants

Please submit a cover letter, and resume by email to LANE@npnweb.org. Search is open until filled.

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