Self Help Graphics & Art is looking for two new team members that are grounded in the mission and values of SHG.
Founded in 1970 in the heart of East Los Angeles, Self Help Graphics & Art is dedicated to the production, interpretation, and distribution of prints and other art media by Chicana/o and Latina/o artists. Our multi-disciplinary, inter-generational programs promote artistic excellence and empower our community by providing access to space, tools, training, and capital.
Values: Spirituality and creative heart, social consciousness, integrity, inclusivity, accessibility, and innovation.
The Development Assistant is responsible for all administrative aspects of development and donor engagement activity. This part-time hourly position starts at $21 an hour. Position is expected to work 28 to 30 hours a week with hours increasing around events and special fundraising initiatives. The Development Assistant will report to the Associate Director, and work collaboratively with the Director of Programs and Program Coordinator as needed. The Development Assistant plays an important role by providing administrative support to the Associate Director and all development initiatives and programs. Assistant participates in donor and public relations activities, direct mail appeals, and special events.
REPORTS TO ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR
MANAGER OF SOCIAL ENTERPRISE (PROGRAM MANAGER)
Grow SHG’s Barrio Mobile Art Studio and Art Services (for hire contracts) programs and assist with the development of artists to work through these programs and build up their leadership. This part-time hourly position starts at $21 an hour. Position is expected to work 28 to 30 hours a week with hours. Responsible for managing the Barrio Mobile Art Studio and SHG’s in-house Art Services program along with advising efforts in support of young artists, workshop facilitators and contracted artists interested in working through these programs. The ideal candidate has led or been part of social enterprise leadership teams, is connected to Los Angeles’ artistic ecosystem, has some experience as a mentor to youth and artists, and is an excellent presenter, communicator, and project manager.
REPORTS TO DIRECTOR OF PROGRAMS AND OPERATIONS