JOBS at ACTA


ACTA - Posted on 16 September 2016

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Participants at a LA Uprising: 25 Years Later, an event in ACTA's Traditional Arts Roundtable series - Koreatown Immigrant Workers Alliance, June 2017. Photo: Farah Sosa.

 

CURRENT JOB OPPORTUNITIES AT ACTA

Please review three open postitions at the Alliance for California Traditional Arts by downloading the full job descriptions. Each position is open until filled.

Digital Media Specialist, Part-Time (Los Angeles)

The Digital Media Specialist, based at ACTA’s Los Angeles office, will work in tandem with the Program Director, who oversees the Communications and New Media program. The Digital Media Specialist will assist in the development and implementation of all print and digital media work: This work focuses on fieldwork-based documentation, research, public programming, and outreach, utilizing media arts toward cultural equity and expanding access to the work of ACTA, serving artists and California citizens at all walks of life. This position requires equal parts technical ability and creativity.

Arts in Corrections Program Coordinator, Full-Time (Los Angeles)

The Program Coordinator is in charge of coordinating ACTA’s Arts in Corrections Program (AIC) in Southern California correctional facilities. This staff member will work closely with and reports to the AIC Program Manager to implement an impactful Arts in Corrections Program in California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) Institutions. This position will be based at ACTA’s Los Angeles office.

Arts in Corrections Program Manager, Full-Time (Fresno)

The Program Manager is in charge of the overall management of ACTA’s Arts in Corrections Program. This manager will work closely with the executive director and program and administrative and coordination staff to develop and implement an impactful Arts in Corrections Program in California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) Institutions. The Program Manager, in coordination with the executive director, will develop the overall vision for the program and ensure the effective delivery of program goals. The program manager will oversee the documentation and evaluation of the program. This position will be based in ACTA’s Fresno office, in the Central Valley.