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Governor's Summer Intern Job at the Indiana Arts Commission

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Governor's Summer Intern Job at the Indiana Arts Commission
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The Indiana Arts Commission (IAC) is seeking a 2017 Governor’s Summer Intern for a paid position to support the work of the Commission. The student intern will work with Program staff, the Grants Manager, and IAC administration on a variety of initiatives related to IAC grant programs, capacity building for the field, public policy development, strategic planning implementation, research and evaluation and other special projects for the agency.

Salary:  $11.30/hr

Responsibilities:

  • Work with Program staff, Grants Manager, and IAC Regional Arts Partners to research system needs and find and present potential grants systems that will interface with current IAC grant programs.
  • In conjunction with the Director of Programs and program staff, revise and develop grant applications and guidelines as needed for FY2017 and 2018.
  • Coordinate and update grantee information online.
  • Assists with duties related to the IAC’s online grants communications systems and social media outlets.
  • Maintains organization of general office file cabinets, storage cabinets, and storage closet.
  • Utilizes various software packages to prepare high quality reports and documents as needed.
  • Responsible for planning and implementation of program objectives.
  • Work is reviewed for compliance with agency policy and soundness of judgment.
  • Works with integrity, honest, and knowledge that promotes agency culture, values and mission.
  • Works in a positive, collaborative and team manner with all agency staff.

 

Preferred Experience:

  • Must be currently enrolled as an undergraduate or graduate with an accredited post-secondary institution and have completed at least one (1) year of undergraduate education.
  • Extensive experience with Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel.
  • Ability to use creative & unique approaches to new or unusual situations that impact the entire agency.
  • Experience in arts administration, meeting and event planning, interpersonal relationships, multi-task organization, office management, technology, communications, customer service.
  • Organization of multiple projects with competing deadlines, requiring multitasking and prioritizing.
  • Understanding of nonprofit administration techniques.

The State of Indiana is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

To apply:  www.careers.in.gov/

Job Opening ID: 606090

Application deadline:  March 4, 2017

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