The organization committed to bringing public art to Cleveland spaces is looking for up to two project managers who are excited to improve the urban environment through the planning, promotion and activation of public spaces. Working directly with Cleveland residents and organizational partners, the selected candidates will serve as support staff in the development of public space installation initiatives and artwork in public places in Cleveland neighborhoods.
The Project Manager will oversee the planning and implementation of projects. This individual will collaborate with LAND colleagues, partners, funders and designers in the planning, development and execution of a range of projects. Ideal candidates for this position will work well independently and, as part of a team, seek creative solutions to project challenges, create and manage budgets, and maintain the goal of delivering projects at the highest level and with the best possible collaboration. For a full job description, Click here. Apply for the position of project manager via LinkedIn.
City of Shaker Heights
The City of Shaker Heights is looking for a economic development specialist to help advance the city’s efforts to attract new businesses, retain and grow current businesses, and revitalize its commercial districts. The Specialist engages and builds positive working relationships with local businesses, including serving as the initial point of contact at City Hall, responding to business inquiries, connecting businesses to local and regional support and resources, supporting the activities of trade associations, engaging businesses in city-sponsored projects. events, as appropriate, and develop and implement business community events and initiatives to promote business vitality in the city.
Bachelor’s degree with courses in economics, urban studies, planning, marketing, public administration or related field and a minimum of five years of related experience is required. Submit resume and city app at the City of Shaker Heights Human Resources Department or by mail at 3400 Lee Road, Shaker Heights, OH 44120.
Development Burten, Bell, Carr
The community development organization serving Central, Kinsman, Buckeye, Buckeye-Shaker Square and Buckeye-Woodhill neighborhoods, as well as smaller areas of the Fairfax and Union-Miles neighborhoods, needs a community engagement coordinator to build community trust by building and maintaining strong relationships with stakeholders through the coordination of community development services. Five years of experience working with the public, preferably in a government or nonprofit agency, with at least an undergraduate degree in public administration, urban planning, or related field. For more information and to apply, Click here.
Cleveland Metroparks needs park maintenance workers for the Reservation Brecksville to maintain and improve facilities by performing unskilled and, depending on ability, semi-skilled work such as mowing, weed cutting, maintenance of buildings and facilities, and routine maintenance and minor technical repairs to facilities, grounds and building equipment. Flexible schedule but must be available to work in all weather conditions. Click here for more information and to apply.
The refugee response
The organization that puts resettled families on their roots by helping them become engaged, empowered and contributing members of their new communities, needs a teen success coach to support the implementation and growth of the after-school program based at John Marshall High School. The program provides crucial after-school training, guidance, career exposure and experiences to approximately 35 resettled refugee students and their parents/guardians, enabling young people to achieve greater success in both school and life. life during and after high school. Interested applicants should submit their resume, cover letter, and three references to Kim Wheeler, Teen Response Manager, with the Teen Success Coaching Application Materials in mind.
The Writing Intern will contribute articles for publication and compose the Who’s Hiring and Free Stamps sections. Attention to detail and meeting deadlines are essential. There is also the opportunity to help out at events, if desired.
The Social Media Intern will be responsible for posting and promoting daily stories, Monday to Thursday, on our various social media (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, instagram) and know how to identify the people and organizations featured in each article.
These internships are unpaid, but we do offer college credit. Our staff work remotely, so we are looking for people who work well on their own. If you are interested, please send a CV and a brief cover letter to the editor Karine Rice.