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Project Storefronts Seeks Part Time Coordinator

New Haven Festivals, Inc.

Project Storefronts Coordinator Job Description

 

Responsibilities:

Record Keeping and Tracking

  • Maintain program records which include marketing/promotional material, applications, entrepreneur contracts, etc.
  • Track the number of program inquiries, applicants, special events and other activities relevant activities.
  • Create brief bi-monthly activity reports.
  • Coordinate payment of space related expenses,

 

Marketing, Social Media and Web

  • Post, tweet and upload materials on Project Storefronts social media channels.
  • Assist in the creation of content for website and social media channels.
  • Check website and social media channels for accuracy.
  • Promote Project Storefronts and it activities to interested parties.

 

Event Planning and Coordination

  • Assist in coordinating/planning program-related events and activities.

 

Entrepreneur Recruitment and Relationship Management

  • Scheduling meetings and interviews with interested parties
  • Receive paperwork and documentation from entrepreneurs; monthly reports, contracts and other materials
  • Work with stakeholders as well as other relevant groups/individuals on entrepreneur recruitment and retention strategies
  • Develop relationships with businesses, organizations and individuals in Project Storefronts’ neighborhood for cross promotional activities.

 

This is a part-time contract position (15 – 20 hours per week) with no benefits. Applicant must be available to work nights and weekends on an as needed basis. Interested parties should submit a brief cover letter and resume to Vivian Nabeta at vnabeta@newhavenct.net. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

 

About Project Storefronts

Project Storefronts is an award-winning program that brings fresh, innovative arts-related businesses to life in formerly vacant retail spaces in New Haven, by encouraging artists and entrepreneurs to test the viability of art/creative inspired businesses. Project Storefronts provides access to empty storefronts as well as provide participants with a technical support network of business and creative professionals.

 

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