Pieter is thrilled to share that we are hiring a Programming & Internship Coordinator to start in November, 2020.
This will be a part-time position, where it is estimated they will work 10-15 hours per week on an ongoing basis. Schedule will be flexible and all work will be remote for the foreseeable future.
- Developing and overseeing a programming application and review process that is accessible and transparent to the public
- Developing and overseeing a rotating application-review and selection committee that will determine the programming of monthly workshops and events to be hosted by Pieter
- Working closely with Pieter Director and Communications Director as well as the Pieter Board and DEI Advisory Committee to make these processes equitable, visible and aligned with Pieter’s mission and values
- Re-activating Pieter’s internship program, adapting it to the needs and offerings of a virtual studio
- Recruiting, supervising and providing mentorship to interns such that they are embedded in Pieter’s programs and expanding community
An ideal candidate for this position:
- Has experience in arts administration and/or community organization
- Is passionate about body-based practices, healing modalities, and the intersection of arts and activism
- Is warm, outgoing and enjoys working with many different kinds of people
- Is familiar with anti-oppression work or concepts
- Has experience project managing, creating new processes, and/or implementing new systems
- Has experience in guidance and/or mentor positions
- Values and has experience in equity, diversity and accessibility, and has clear strategies for how to promote these values in their work at Pieter
- Is very comfortable with zoom and google applications
- Is local to Los Angeles
Compensation and benefits:
- $20/hr, paid on a bi-weekly basis
- Free participation in all Pieter classes, workshops and events
As Pieter strives to become a platform for dancing bodies of all kinds, we understand the importance of including the voices of those who have been historically left out of the conversation. For that reason, we strongly encourage applications from Black and local Indigenous people, people with intersecting identities – LGBTQIA+, women and non-binary people, people living with disabilities and others with lived experience being part of marginalized communities.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org by October 20 with a letter of intent detailing what makes you a strong candidate for this position, as well as a resume or CV.