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Title: Placemaker and Builder in Residence
Reports to: CEO, placemaking/build leads
Status: 1-year contract (potentially renewable depending on performance/available funds)
Timing: May 2018-May 2019
Salary: $40,000 + living space
Big Car’s Placemaker and Builder in Residence assists the CEO and other full-time, ongoing Big Car staff in designing, building, and setting up pop-up public places and implementing high-quality placemaking programming at these sites.
They’re seeking an organized self-starter and solid communicator who is comfortable with project management, building things, and interacting with community members during public programming and events. Much of our work is mobile in nature, so we’re also looking for someone who is able to move trailers — or is comfortable with and confident about learning how.
The Placemaker and Builder is a key member of the creative team and follows the guidance of the project management team and works in cooperation and collaboration with the other builder or builders on the team, as well as with volunteers. The Placemaker and Builder should also be comfortable with documenting work through photography, social media, and basic written narrative.
Education and Experience
Required Skills and Abilities:
Physical Demands and Work Environment
$50/per month cell phone reimbursement
Potential for free housing on our Cruft Street campus
Send resume and cover letter to email@example.com by March 19, 2018
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