Applications are now open at the Oregon Folklife Network for a program coordinator position. Submissions are due by June 8, 2022.
Under the supervision of the OFN director, the program coordinator is responsible for implementing OFN folklife programming and community engagement, especially with Oregon’s Spanish-speaking cultures. As well, the program coordinator oversees student employees, and contributes to grant writing, archiving, records management, and communications. The OFN supports the program coordinator to the degree they are interested in becoming directly involved in research, teaching, publishing, and presentations at public and academic conferences. Work is frequently performed independently and reviewed by the director through regular informal conversations or as problems occur. The position requires flexible hours including occasional evenings and weekends. This position has the potential to expand up to 1.0 FTE, and to continue after the limited duration.
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