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About The Corner at Whitman Walker

The Corner at Whitman Walker, a new cultural center which focuses on intersectionality and looking to bring culture and socio-political concerns, in particular around issues of health and LGBTQ communities, into play with each other.

About Whitman-Walker

Whitman-Walker envisions a society where all persons are seen for who they are, treated with dignity and respect, and afforded equal opportunity to health and wellbeing. Through care, advocacy, research, and education, we empower all persons to live healthy, love openly, and achieve equality and inclusion. For over 40 years, we have been meeting the needs of our communities with the endless dedication of our diverse teams. Whitman-Walker Health System was formed in 2017 as part of a strategic restructuring of Whitman-Walker Clinic, Inc. dba Whitman- Walker Health (WWH). The community health system’s purpose is to support and advance Whitman-Walker Health through a more diversified and financially sustainable business model. The community health system is comprised of the following corporate entities (jointly referred to as the “Health System”):

Whitman-Walker Health System (WWHS)

Whitman-Walker Institute (WW Institute)

Whitman-Walker Foundation (WW Foundation)

Whitman-Walker Health System Real Property Holdings (WWHS Real Property Holdings)

Job Summary

Reporting to the Executive Director, the Project Manager/Assistant will assist with the organization and realization of exhibitions, programs, publications and other ventures of The Corner at Whitman-Walker. The Project Manager/Assistant will be supporting the Executive Director in all administrative and logistical matters. Some flexibility in skills and tasks is required in face of evolving goals and deliverables as this new institution is being built with the smallest of teams.

Primary Essential Duties

Assist the Executive Director in the organization and realization of exhibitions, programs, publications and other ventures of The Corner at Whitman-Walker.

Perform organizational, administrative and logistical functions in connection with the daily running of The Corner at Whitman-Walker

Assist in planning and executing exhibitions and other events, workshops, symposia

Assist in the planning and executing of installations and production of works

Prepare exhibition and event checklists

Organize and oversee technical support for the organization and exhibitions and other events, workshops and symposia

Manage loan agreements for art works

Liaise on contracts for cultural producers

Liaise on insurance exhibition objects

Assist in the preparation and production of materials, including short texts, labels, flyers

Organize shipment of art

Oversee art registrar activities

Liaise with graphic designers, writers, artists

Organize archiving and documentation of The Corner at Whitman-Walker activities and audience experience

Manage social media and website content

Assist in the production of exhibition catalogues

Support logistical and administrative matters concerning the Executive Director

liaise with staff at Whitman-Walker Foundation and Whitman-Walker Health on The Corner at Whitman-Walker issues and programs

Other duties as assigned

Budget Responsibilities

Manage the budget for The Corner at Whitman-Walker, with oversight from the Executive Director and the Chief Development Officer

Management Responsibilities

None

Knowledge, Skills and Talents Required

Demonstrated ability to work well in a team environment.

Excellent social and communication skills.

The ability to manage projects and deadlines independently and maintain simultaneous priorities.

Strong administrative and logistical skills.

Education and Experience Required

3-5 years’ experience in project management, preferably in an institution dedicated to the presentation and/or production of contemporary art. This includes hands-on experience in management of exhibitions, publications and programs

Working Conditions:

Working conditions for this position are normal for an office environment. Individual may be required to work evenings and / or weekends and organization events.

Physical Demands:

Lifting: No more than 20 lbs. and infrequently.

Movement: Standing and sitting for long periods.

Visual: Long periods on computer.

Concentration: Extended periods of engagement with computer systems where concentration is key to accuracy in data entry. Intermittent periods of engagement with a telephone system to respond to inquiries where concentration is key to task performance.

Communication: Direct and indirect communication. Written and verbal competency.

The above job description is designed to indicate a general sense of the duties and expectations of this position. It is not to be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties and responsibilities required. As the nature of our business demands change, so too, may the duties and responsibilities of this position. You may be required to perform other duties as requested, directed, or assigned.

Whitman-Walker is an equal employment opportunity employer and does not discriminate against applicants, its employees or former employees on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, marital status, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, veteran status and gender identity. For accommodation in the application process, please contact Human Resources

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Art Educator

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About The Corner at Whitman Walker

The Corner at Whitman Walker, a new cultural center which focuses on intersectionality and looking to bring culture and socio-political concerns, in particular around issues of health and LGBTQ communities, into play with each other.

About Whitman-Walker

Whitman-Walker envisions a society where all persons are seen for who they are, treated with dignity and respect, and afforded equal opportunity to health and wellbeing. Through care, advocacy, research, and education, we empower all persons to live healthy, love openly, and achieve equality and inclusion. For over 40 years, we have been meeting the needs of our communities with the endless dedication of our diverse teams. Whitman-Walker Health System was formed in 2017 as part of a strategic restructuring of Whitman-Walker Clinic, Inc. dba Whitman- Walker Health (WWH). The community health system’s purpose is to support and advance Whitman-Walker Health through a more diversified and financially sustainable business model. The community health system is comprised of the following corporate entities (jointly referred to as the “Health System”):

Whitman-Walker Health System (WWHS)

Whitman-Walker Institute (WW Institute)

Whitman-Walker Foundation (WW Foundation)

Whitman-Walker Health System Real Property Holdings (WWHS Real Property Holdings)

Job Summary

Reporting to the Executive Director, the Community Liaison/Art Educator will link The Corner at Whitman-Walker and local communities in diverse ways, amongst them through outreach and internal initiatives. The Community Liaison/Art educator will help conceptualize the educational programs The Corner at Whitman-Walker and be responsible for the everyday management of these. The community Liaison/Art Educator will help with communication and social media. Some flexibility in skills and tasks is required in face of evolving goals and deliverables as this new institution is being built with the smallest of teams.

Primary Essential Duties

Link The Corner at Whitman-Walker and local communities in diverse ways, amongst them through Outreach and internal initiatives in coordination with the Executive Director

Act as community liaison to The Corner at Whitman-Walker

Help conceptualize the educational programs of The Corner at Whitman-Walker and run these

Act as art educator and mediator to The Corner at Whitman-Walker.

Supervise docents and volunteers

Coordinate communications and social media

Document The Corner at Whitman-Walker’s community activities and educational programs in coordination with The Corner at Whitman-Walker team

Liaise with staff at Whitman-Walker Foundation and Whitman-Walker Health on The Corner at Whitman-Walker educational issues

Other duties as assigned

Budget Responsibilities

Some budget responsibilities with specific educational programs and Outreach or internal initiatives, coordinating with Project Manager and with oversight from the Executive Director and the Chief Development Officer

Management Responsibilities

None

Knowledge, Skills and Talents Required

Demonstrated ability to work well in a team environment.

Interest in intersecting between the spheres of art, cultural education, health, space and community as well as an ability to mediate these intersections in their complexity.

Excellent knowledge of diverse DC communities, in particular LGBTQ communities and communities in Anacostia.

Advanced educational skills and an understanding of education as a two-way street.

Excellent social and communication skills, networking talent.

The ability to manage projects and deadlines independently and maintain simultaneous priorities.

Strong logistical skills.

Strong knowledge in contemporary art or interest and ability to learn about it quickly.

Education and Experience Required

3-5 years’ experience in self-organized and/or institutional education, preferably but not exclusively from Washington DC. Experience in self-organized and/or institutional community projects or initiatives, preferably but not exclusively from DC. Applications from persons with diverse professional training and background welcome.

Working Conditions:

Working conditions for this position are normal for an office environment. Individual may be required to work evenings and / or weekends and organization events.

Physical Demands:

Lifting: No more than 20 lbs. and infrequently.

Movement: Standing and sitting for long periods.

Visual: Long periods on computer.

Concentration: Extended periods of engagement with computer systems where concentration is key to accuracy in data entry. Intermittent periods of engagement with a telephone system to respond to inquiries where concentration is key to task performance.

Communication: Direct and indirect communication. Written and verbal competency.

The above job description is designed to indicate a general sense of the duties and expectations of this position. It is not to be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties and responsibilities required. As the nature of our business demands change, so too, may the duties and responsibilities of this position. You may be required to perform other duties as requested, directed, or assigned.

Whitman-Walker is an equal employment opportunity employer and does not discriminate against applicants, its employees or former employees on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, marital status, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, veteran status and gender identity. For accommodation in the application process, please contact Human Resources.

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Artisan Baker: Heritage Bakery & Cookshop

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This is an exciting new fixed term post for 1 year assisting the set-up of a new artisan bakery, cookshop and community café in the centre of Huntly. This is a varied and interesting post for an experienced artisan baker, with excellent interpersonal and management skills and a creative flair.

The job includes setting up a kitchen compliant with food hygiene and safety requirements, documenting procedures and gaining approval from the FSA, using local research of heritage recipes and cooking methods to develop a locally inspired menu and range of food products, sourcing and developing relationships with local food suppliers, training local volunteers in baking, cooking and running a café and assisting in running a series of events.

The post-holder will work closely with the DP Director and the Project Manager, to ensure the smooth running of the café and support will be provided from its Art & Community Worker to establish community interest and engagement.

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Project Manager: Neep and Okra

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£27, 839 per annum
Application Deadline: 
18/07/19 (midnight)

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Deveron Projects is planning to set up a social enterprise cafe in collaboration with our Syrian and local community. We are looking for a creative and driven team member with a keen interest in community development through socially engaged art and community hospitality. A proven track record in project management and entrepreneurial drive is essential, as well as a keen interest in growing and producing healthy, tasty food.

 

 

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Creative Arts and Crafts Teacher/Coordinator

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£10,300
Application Deadline: 
15 July 2019

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Part-time position - Creative Arts and Crafts Teacher/Coordinator
Pinner & Northwood Area.
Salary: £10,300/per annum

Start Date: 23rd July 2019
Working hours: Minimum hrs 23 hours per week (3 days + Sat morning)

Newly set up Art and Crafts Activity Club with a Montessori ethos is looking to recruit a new member to join their team. The club operates a weekly art club Mon-Fri term time & holidays. Will also operate 1 hour for the Sat Club. Looking for an enthusiastic arts and crafts teacher /coordinator to join our team with an arts background and a creative spark, who is energetic, driven, organized, with a cheery disposition and has a natural flair for creativity. 

Key Responsibilities:
•    To help coordinate and run the art and crafts activity club. 
•    To assist in daily planning, preparing the activity-based curriculum with the team providing innovative arts and crafts programme for the children.
•    To prepare the environment for each activity session and maintaining cleanliness and hygiene of equipment used. 
•    To help set up and set down for each activity session with your fellow co-workers and be able to job share all the work maintaining the smooth running of the environment.
•    Able to demonstrate and employ a wide range of artistic techniques and skills to suit the mixed age groups of children.
•    Working as part of a team to ensure the smooth running of the environment.

Candidate Requirements:
•    Strong background in Art and Design.
•    Creative and innovative.
•    Experience working with children and young people. 
•    Sound knowledge of the EYFS curriculum, safeguarding and child protection procedures.
•    Flexible, team player is willing to take on various tasks as required.
•    Updated CV and portfolio of artwork.
•    An up to date Enhanced DBS police check.
•    Ideally, hold a 12-hour Paediatric First Aid Certificate.
•    The right to work in the UK.
•    A clean, valid driving license.
 

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Models Needed

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Models wanted for beach photography. 

Looking to shoot swimsuit photos at Leadbetter Beach.

You will be compensated $35 per hour plus receive copies of the photos. 

Please reply with two pictures showing your face and body and/or links to your Instagram or Facebook. 

Thank you, look forward to working with you.

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