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ORGANIZATION: UNITED BLACK FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP FOUNDATION

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Director of Arts & Film:

Are you someone who appreciates and understands the power of artwork and its connection as a community organizing tool? As a trusted advisor, the Director of Arts & Film serves on the organization's Executive Committee as a consultant to our leadership on arts and film-related programs/ project development and acts in a leadership capacity to build talent within the organization. This is a volunteer position with an option for a competitive salary ($56,566-$82,755) upon securing funding.

WHAT YOU WILL DO:

  • Responsible for planning, organizing, directing and controlling organization-wide activities as they relate to arts and film education advocacy, development of arts and film programs/projects, marketing strategy, and strategic direction in the supervision and appointment and evaluation of project managers managing the organization's cultural arts and film programs/projects

  • Sits as President of the Media & Marketing Committee; responsible for recruiting qualified committee members

  • Develop and host committee meetings to discuss matters related to arts and film programs/projects, event planning, budget development, fundraising, departmental policy and procedure development, and short and long-term goals for the organization's community and advocacy work; participates and attends meetings concerning the revision, improvement and expansion of arts and film programs/projects and offer recommendations to Board of Directors

  • Develop and manage department budget to assure operations are realistic in terms of current economic and cultural environment and overall organizational objectives

  • Resolves procedural and operational challenges

  • Coordinates all activities and program/project functions with project managers, staff directors, university, city, and local and national arts organizations

  • Oversees research and analysis of data to maintain department efficiency and effectiveness

  • Collaborates with Program Director to respond to organization's clients involved in arts and film development programs/projects

  • Performs/develops mathematical calculations, statistical computations, and financial and cost analysis reports for programs/projects related to department activities

  • Produce and edit film projects in form of full feature and short film documentaries, animation, and social media skits to disseminate across organizational media platform and other such networks

  • Performs other related duties as assigned or necessary

WHAT YOU NEED TO SUCCEED:

  • Preferred Bachelor's of Arts with emphasis in Film & Digital Media (concentration in production) or Business Management

  • Experience in personnel management, budget preparation, administration, and monitoring

  • Any combination of training, education, and/or experience in film production, editing, publishing, event planning, marketing, self-publishing, developing influencer relations, and/or fundraising

  • The ability to develop innovative marketing strategies to maximize earned and contributed income

  • The ability to develop programs and presentations; create opportunities to increase the effectiveness of the organization and expand its influence

  • The ability to clearly articulate the organization's vision and mission in deliverables

  • The ability to listen, negotiate, and collaborate with diverse groups and management teams, and demonstrate strong leadership and interpersonal skills

  • The ability to write, read, visualize and adapt written material for film production

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About UNITED BLACK FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP FOUNDATION

Location:

124 W. 6th Ave, Bristow, OK 74010, US

Mission Statement

Provide all races a quality education to change political structures and systems that perpetuate poverty and racism. Our programs and initiatives advance education not in the strict sense of "credentialism," rather education as it pertains to "Rebuilding the Community from within the Community" by empowering people to take action in the political transformation of our communities.

Description

The United Black Family Scholarship Foundation is a 501c3, nonprofit organization that operates in Oklahoma, California, and New York. Established in 2014, it is a student and volunteer ran organization that was founded by incarcerated activist and author Ivan Kilgore. Our Vision: We believe everyone has a right to education that empowers them with solutions to social and economic problems caused by poverty and racism.

CAUSE AREAS

Arts & Culture
Homeless & Housing
Media & Broadcasting
Arts & Culture, Homeless & Housing, Media & Broadcasting

WHEN

Mon May 27, 2024 - Sat Jan 02, 2027

WHERE

This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.

SKILLS

  • Marketing & Communications (Mar/Com)
  • Budgeting
  • Management
  • Social Media / Blogging
  • Basic Computer Skills
  • Verbal / Written Communication

GOOD FOR

N/A

REQUIREMENTS

  • Must be at least 18
  • This position requires 15 hours a week. An ideal candidate has the capacity to volunteer a minimum of 15 hours a week.
  • Preferred Bachelor's Degree in Art's and Film or any related field.

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