Mid Atlantic Arts nurtures and funds the creation and presentation of diverse artistic expression and connects people to meaningful arts experiences within our region and beyond.
To apply, please e-mail a cover letter and resume to HR@midatlanticarts.org. Please title your e-mail Program Associate, International and Fellowships.
The Program Associate, Fellowships & International assists in the administration of Mid Atlantic Arts’ international portfolio, as well as Individual Artist Fellowship programs in partnership with state arts agencies (NJ and DE). The Program Associate assists both the Program Director, Fellowships, and the Program Director, International in providing generous administrative and technical support to program applicants and grantees. The position’s responsibilities include assisting with panel review/meetings, researching professionals in various artistic disciplines to serve as potential panelists, and developing and maintaining program communication strategies. The Program Associate, Fellowships & International also supports meetings and events that advance the organization’s mission, including representing Mid Atlantic Arts at various events and organizing program informational webinars.
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent with at least three years of experience working in the arts, arts administration, or in an arts-related field.
Experience working with or supporting practicing artists in an administrative context, and providing technical support or training
Outstanding communication skills: verbal, written, and interpersonal.
Ideal candidates will be extremely detail oriented, committed to accuracy, and able to effectively manage large volumes of data.
Strong organizational and planning skills with ability to anticipate, initiate, and advance multiple priorities and projects concurrently.
High proficiency in Microsoft products, particularly Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint and Word.
Experience with data entry and web-based grant application platforms, including data entry and tracking; data cleaning; and database maintenance, or the demonstrated ability to learn and use similar data management systems.
Experience with grantmaking.
Professional experience interfacing with a diverse public constituency.
Experience with international artists/presenting communities and knowledge of the national scope in performing arts.
Comfort with public speaking, teaching, or workshop facilitation.