Digital Content Manager
Are you passionate about inclusion? Are you a wizard when it comes to zoom and live streaming? Do you love making social media content and want to use those skills to further the mission of an organization working to make Vermont more inclusive for people with disabilities?
If so… we want to chat with you!
Inclusive Arts Vermont seeks a part-time (up to 20 hours per week) Digital Content Manager. This is a new position, and will be an integral part of our management team This is a year-long, temporary position eligible for paid time off. An extension of the position is possible if additional funding is secured.
Qualified candidates will have experience with virtual events/programming, social media content creation, and digital asset management.
This is a remote position.
Inclusive Arts Vermont is an EOE and values a diverse staff. All are welcome and encouraged to apply. If you would like to apply in an alternate format or have accommodation requests directly related to the application process, please contact Katie Miller via the information below.
To apply for this position:
Send a cover letter, resume, and samples of your social media work by 6/26 to:
Seeking Board of Directors Members!
Inclusive Arts Vermont seeks artists, arts enthusiasts, and magic makers to join its Board of Directors.
The Board of Directors meets monthly, over ZOOM video conferencing. Board members are also encouraged to engage in committee work including fundraising, board and staff development, programs, strategic planning, and finance management. The purpose of the Board of Directors is to provide direction and vision for the future of the organization, and support to the staff.
For more information or accommodations with the application contact email@example.com or call 802-404-1597.
“I have always enjoyed helping people. Volunteering here has given me the opportunity to pair my love of the arts with my desire to make the world a better place.”Volunteer
Your time and talent can make a difference! Volunteers and interns play a valued role in the success of our programs, and have fun while doing it.
Whether you prefer to work behind the scenes or take center stage, Inclusive Arts Vermont invites you to share your skills in service to our mission. Possibilities for tasks include event planning and outreach, tabling at events, stuffing mailings, board membership, program support, and more. Short-term and long-term volunteer opportunities are available. You, too, can help us engage the capabilities and enhance the confidence of children and adults with disabilities through the magic of the arts.
To learn more about volunteer and internship opportunities at Inclusive Arts Vermont, contact Heidi Swevens.