Current Opportunities

A Love Letter for You by Steve Powers. Photo by Adam Wallacavage.

About Mural Arts 

Mural Arts Philadelphia is a public private partnership dedicated to the belief that art ignites change.

We create art with others to transform places, individuals, communities and institutions. Through this work, we establish new standards of excellence in the practice of public and contemporary art. Our process empowers artists to be change agents, stimulates dialogue about critical issues, and builds bridges of connection and understanding. Our work is created in service of a larger movement that values equity, fairness and progress across all of society. We listen with empathetic ears to understand the aspirations of our partners and participants. And through beautiful collaborative art, we provide people with the inspiration and tools to seize their own future.

Annually, Mural Arts engages more than 25,000 people. This includes more than 2,000 who enroll in ongoing art and muralism workshops offered by our Art Education, Restorative Justice, and Porch Light programs; more than 8,000 who co-create our stunning works of public art; and more than 15,000 who tour our multi-neighborhood collection. Annually, we produce between 80 and 100 temporary and permanent pieces, which together tell an incredible story of Philadelphia’s beauty and resilience.


Temporary Part-Time Events Coordinator 

The Mural Arts Communications department seeks a part-time Events Coordinator to assist with the development and execution of public-facing programming and special events that underscore Mural Arts’ mission and core values as a social service organization that uses the transformative power of art as a vehicle. Reporting to Mural Arts’ Public Programs and Events Manager, the Events Coordinator is part of the Communications team to ensure consistent quality and success of events for the organization.

Roles and Responsibilities:

  • Attend and serve as on-site contact during events (including after work hours and weekends)
  • Assist with event invitations
  • Submit city sound and street closure requests for events
  • Assist with the management of event collateral (i.e., banners, tablecloths, signage, and more)
  • Coordinate vendor relationships

Qualifications:

  • 2+ years of relevant work experience in the area of Event Planning
  • Exceptional attention to detail
  • Organized and methodical approach to work
  • A problem-solver with the ability to think strategically and efficiently when faced with on-site issues
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment
  • Ability to work collaboratively
  • Excellent communication skills (oral, written, and listening) and collaboration/team skills
  • Experience working with outside vendors and contractors
  • A driver’s license and access to a vehicle are ideal
  • Ability to lift and carry heavy objects weighing up to 50 pounds

The Events Coordinator position is part-time and temporary – 20 hours a week at a rate of $30/hr over a period of four months.

To Apply:

Please submit your resume and cover letter to Public Programs and Events Manager, Nyla Daniel, at nyla.daniel@muralarts.org and include “Temporary Part-Time Events Coordinator” in your subject line. No phone calls, please. For further information on Mural Arts Philadelphia, please visit www.muralarts.org.


 

DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATE 

Mural Arts seeks a Development Associate. This individual is essential to the execution of day-to-day operations of the Development Department. The main areas of responsibility include data entry and database maintenance, donor services, and departmental administration. They will also have opportunities to contribute to grant reporting, event support, develop relationships with donors, partners, and vendors, and be involved in other departmental activities.

 

Mural Arts seeks candidates who value and demonstrate the following core competencies: committed problem solving, deep thinking & fearless creation, inquisitive learning, thoughtful communication, mindful collaboration, personal accountability, and a commitment to actively prioritizing diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace.


This position is full-time and reports to the Director of Development and the Manager of Development Operations.

Specific responsibilities:

  • Accurately completes daily gift entry following established department policies and procedures.
  • Accurately prepares and distributes donor correspondence including acknowledgment letters per established department timeline.
  • Assists Manager of Development Operations with Board administration including meeting materials preparation, recording and preparing minutes, and maintaining of board records.
  • Assists with the creation of sponsorship packets and contributes to grants reporting.
  • Assists with routine and special appeal mailings.
  • Generates pledge reminders following established department policies. 
  • Provides back-up for Raiser’s Edge/Salesforce posting and reconciliation with the Finance Department.
  • Coordinates benefits fulfillment for annual campaign and special campaigns. 
  • Processes development event registrations, ticket sales, and RSVPs. 
  • Maintains the integrity of all donor data across individual, corporate, foundation, and government donors. Works closely with Manager of Development Operations to ensure data health and integrity. 
  • Implements the document management procedures for the department, including hard copy and digital files. Scans and stores original gift documentation.
  • Respond to list/data requests from the development team. Create queries and simple reports for mailings or data analysis based on requests.
  • Acts as representative of the department and Mural Arts at meetings, events, through answering phones, and responding to email inquiries in a friendly, well-informed, and professional manner.
  • Conduct prospect research and maintains a high degree of confidentiality concerning any materials or information relating to donor records.

 

The successful candidate will possess:

  • Exceptional attention to detail
  • Organized and methodical approach to work
  • Strong analytical abilities and commitment to problem-solving
  • High degree of confidentiality concerning information relating to donor records
  • Ability to work in fast-paced environment
  • Ability to work collaboratively to meet departmental goals
  • Desire to be situated in nonprofit Development department and learn about Development services and operations
  • Familiarity with Salesforce or comparable data entry experience strongly preferred
  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent professional experience (2-3 years) strongly preferred

 

Mural Arts is pleased to offer a competitive and comprehensive health and dental benefits package. Salary range is mid to high $30,000s.

Interested applicants must submit a resume, cover letter, and salary requirement to Carolyn Nagy, Director of Development, at development@muralarts.org. Applications will be accepted until a hire is made.


 

Mural Arts Institute Co-Senior Managers (2 Full Time Positions) 

The Mural Arts Institute is looking to recruit two individuals to join the Institute as Co-Senior Managers. These positions will dedicate significant time to implementing our Capacity Building Initiatives, leading additional consultation relationships, and collaborating on Institute programs and strategic planning and development. The emphasis is on Co as these team members will require strong leadership and collaborative work with our learning partners as well as with each other and additional MAP staff and consultants.

The Mural Arts Institute is dedicated to advancing research on and development of socially-engaged public art practices. It provides capacity building, technical assistance, knowledge sharing, and networking to individual artists and organizations outside of Philadelphia, but is anchored in our own local practices. Specifically, we invest in the ability of culture workers, culture bearers, artivists, decision makers, and more to use public art practices as a catalyst for community engagement, leadership, and stewardship in advancing equity, fairness and progress across all of society. The Institute’s approach is centered around connection: building networks, developing partnerships, and convening artists, community and partners in collaborative learning opportunities. We believe that by investing in the development and growth of artists, organizations, and partners working in the field of socially engaged art, we enhance our ability to ignite change through art and to learn and grow alongside those participating in our offerings.

Responsibilities

  • The Mural Arts Institute Senior Managers are responsible for the following, primary roles
  • Leadership and facilitation of the current Art & Environmental Justice or PACE Capacity Building Initiatives
  • Facilitation of meetings and learning agenda design and production
  • Grant report writing of first drafts and contributing to its finalization and submission
  • Track and report on budgets, funding and expenses
  • Assist with the design of learning agendas for client engagements
  • Serve as the first point of contact for initiative partners and clients and provide ongoing support
  • Coordinate the internal teams and consultants
  • Collaborate to develop curriculum, content, presentations, and toolkits for trainings, workshops, symposia, and other gatherings
  • Develop learning modules, tools and assignments
  • Develop trip itineraries for visits to client cities or agendas for remote consultations
  • Travel to client cities to coordinate and support colleagues, and directly deliver content and services as needed
  • Public leadership, thought partnership, and strategy implementation in collaboration w/the Director including:
  • Producing proposals in response to funding opportunities and inquiries about the Institute’s services
  • Participate in routine internal team meetings to assess progress, share learnings, trouble-shoot challenges, and discuss big picture directions for the Institute
  • Co-supervising additional team members- Managers, Coordinators, and Consultants
  • Designing and implementing data collection procedures designed as part of evaluations
  • Supporting Institute communications and storytelling by helping produce and manage a to-be-launched digital hub, mico-site
  • Representing Mural Arts and the Institute at conferences and other professional gatherings with public speaking engagements and workshop facilitation
  • Creating conference session proposals, supporting or collaborating with other MAP staff to propose and present at local, national or international conferences.
  • Consulting with contracting clients or as part of our Initiatives
  • Facilitate and/or lead consultations, workshops, and/or coaching sessions with clients or learning partners
  • Manage outside consultants hired to support specific aspects of the work
  • Compile and share or create resources that may assist clients, including resources developed outside of Mural Arts
  • Manage and Contribute to Mural Arts Institute Communications Tools & Strategy
  • Co-lead production of the quarterly newsletter
  • Develop communications strategy in collaboration with team members and MAP’s Communications Department and consultants
  • Write and edit portions of the MAI newsletter
  • Contribute content regularly to the MAI website and social media
  • Contributing to other publications or press about our work
  • Produce and co-curate Symposia as required
  • Lead facilitation, preparation, and production of the Art and EJ Initiative Symposium, September 2022
  • Lead facilitation, preparation, and production of the PACE Symposium in June 2023
  • Collaborate on other symposia as a co-producer or curator as necessary

And programs with other departments

The IDEAL CANDIDATE will be most successful if they have

EXPERIENCE in project management, program development, client relations, teaching and/or curriculum development. Above all, being a good listener and leader at the same time, facilitating learning from others, knowing when to provide silence, and asking the right questions are essential to this work. Lived experience as or demonstrated deep allyship with Black, Indigenous, People of Color, queer, trans, disabled, and/or working class folks is essential.

CURIOSITY as an experienced culture traveler, you are a highly inquisitive learner with advanced interpersonal and communication skills, who is also proficient at problem solving, teambuilding, compassion and collaboration.

ORGANIZATION skills are the only way you can get so much done! The candidate must be a highly organized self-starter who is able to work independently and achieve success in a fast-paced environment

STRONG COMMUNICATION skills in both written and verbal contexts whether in grant reports or public presentations, coaching slide decks, or event descriptions.

COMMITMENT. The candidate should be committed to supporting diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility at the workplace and in their body of work through not only what they chose to share, but how they share their knowledge, how they coach others, and how they approach this work overall. Our work is very responsive to the needs of those we are serving, so making decisions together with them, and being nimble on our toes is essential. Working in new ways requires courage and patience.

FUN. Finding joy in the work we do together as a team and with our learning partners is essential to our ethos of centering our whole selves and our relationships to people and places.

SUPPORT during times when travel may be required to build deeper relationships and better understand the context within which our learning partners are working in their communities. This means you may need some extra support at home during those times you will be away. Travel is required periodically for the purposes of delivering services individually or part of a team to clients, attending conferences, or leading public workshops mostly nationally. Trips are frequently organized in 2 to 4 day periods and can be planned as often as 2 times a month. Travel may cross weekends and, on occasion, holidays to accommodate meeting schedules. Anticipated travel requirements are the equivalent of roughly five days per month on average, with some months not requiring any travel at all. Given the ongoing constraints of COVID-19, these travel expectations will change dramatically based on CDC guidelines and internal MAI protocol to prioritize staff wellbeing and overall public health.

Compensation

Mural Arts is pleased to offer a competitive and comprehensive health and dental benefits package. The annual salary for this full time exempt position is between 57K and 62K with comprehensive benefits. While MAI is not typically a remote work environment, current standards due to COVID-19 have required remote work for staff throughout the organization. Functional home wifi, and an appropriate area to conduct work is necessary. The duration of the work from home expectations are not yet known but we will be transitioning to a hybrid arrangement in the near future.

Application

Please provide cover letter outlining what you will bring the Institute in response to this opportunity, and what you might offer that is not listed here to netanel.portier@muralarts.org as soon as possible.


 

Project Manager (1099 Contractor)  

Mural Arts Philadelphia is the nation’s largest public art program, dedicated to the belief that art ignites change. For over 30 years, Mural Arts has united artists and communities through a collaborative and equitable process, creating nearly 4,000 artworks that have transformed public spaces and individual lives. Mural Arts aims to empower people, stimulate dialogue, and build bridges of understanding with projects that attract artists from Philadelphia and around the world, and programs that focus on youth education, restorative justice, mental health and wellness, and public art and its preservation. Popular mural tours offer a firsthand glimpse into the inspiring stories behind Mural Arts’ iconic and unparalleled collection, which has earned Philadelphia worldwide recognition as the “City of Murals.”

Mural Arts is looking for an individual who can take a project from a concept to completion. The candidate should be able to sequence tasks, be highly organized, be a creative thinker and be able to work well with people from across the city. Building strong, meaningful and lasting relationships with community members is one of the key responsibilities of the Project Manager.

The Project Manager serves as an ambassador of Mural Arts in project communities at all times, while accompanying the artist through their creative process. The Project Manager is an important member of Mural Arts’ project team, working with the full staff on organizational-wide activities. The Project Manager will be expected to work some nights and weekends as project work demands (such as: community meetings, mural paint days, mural dedication ceremonies).

Responsibilities:

  •  Logistics management
  • Budget development, monitoring and compliance
  • Negotiating and managing fees, timelines, contracts, and performance expectations
  • Managing artists, assistant artists and other contractor
  •  Communication with the full range of stakeholders including community members, funders, internal staff, site partners, faculty, and students
  • Partnership development and maintenance
  • Engaging the public and negotiating community concerns
  • Collaborating on project-specific marketing and public relations efforts
  •  Planning and implementation of project-specific public meetings, events and programs
  • Utilizing internal project management protocols

Qualifications:

The ideal candidate will have at three to five years of experience in project management. A background in the visual arts or other creative processes is important and knowledge of public, contemporary, social practice and/or street art or muralism is a plus. Candidates must have experience with budget management, be detail oriented, ideally have some experience with conflict resolution, community engagement strategies and have a solid record of bringing projects in on time and on budget. They must be able to juggle many tasks with grace, ease, and maintain focus in a very fast-paced, high-pressure environment. They must also be able to work well in diverse settings and be comfortable with conducting public presentations and facilitating public meetings.

The ideal candidate will have a commitment to the mission and values of Mural Arts Philadelphia, a strong work ethic, excellent interpersonal skills, and have the ability to work with a team engaged in complex collaborations. A valid driver’s license is required.

Salary: Competitive compensation. This position is a 1099 Contract position with the organization. Projects will be assigned on an as needed basis.

To Apply: Please provide cover letter, salary/hourly fee requirements, resume, and references to the Project Management Office, attention: Kathryn Poole at kathryn.poole@muralarts.org. Please include “Project Manager” in the subject line.


 

Southeast by Southeast and Northeast Passage Program Manager 

Now in its 10th year, Southeast by Southeast is a neighborhood hub at the Bok building that creates a welcoming and supportive space through art making, entrepreneurship and other classes, such as ESL and citizenship. Northeast Passage was started more recently as a response to an influx of refugees from Syria, Afghanistan, Iraq and other war-affected countries. Weekly workshops and classes offer life skills, creative outlets and connection to services. The work in the Northeast is steered by a leadership group consisting of refugee and immigrant women from the community.

Mural Arts Program is seeking a Program Manager to oversee two of the Porch Light Department’s immigrant and refugee programs: Southeast by Southeast and Northeast Passage. Porch Light, a collaboration with the Philadelphia Department of Behavioral Health and Intellectual Disability Services (DBHIDS), works closely with communities to uplift public art as an expression of community resilience and a vehicle of personal and community healing. The Porch Light Department emphasizes work that is rooted in community engagement, uplifting voices of the most vulnerable and treating every person on staff and in our programs with the same value. The Program Manager must be able to navigate working in multiple settings with respect and humility, as Porch Light works in non-English dominant spaces, queer spaces, with those who are housing insecure, those in the midst of substance use disorder and those diagnosed with mental health disorders.

Responsibilities include:

  • Provide supervision and oversight to program staff contractors, MSW field placement students and volunteers.
  • Develop, approve and oversee all programming and schedules for hub space sites, including working in conjunction with artists and building out artist roster with support from Mural Arts staff.
  • Oversee daily operations of both sites, including supplies, scheduling, invoicing, contracts and management of volunteers and staff with support from Porch Light Director and administrative staff.
  • Monitor grant outcomes and coordinate with Porch Light Director and development team on budget.
  • Partnership development and maintenance with community leaders, mental health resources, community-based organizations and other partners.
  • Oversee steering committee of women leaders for programming and community development work.
  • Connect families/program participants to mental health and other resources.
  • Manage data collection in conjunction with Porch Light Director.
  • Collaborate with communications on public events.
  • Oversee community advisory committees.
  • Create outlets and relationships for entrepreneurial skills and capacity-building for program participants.
  • The Program Manager will be expected to work a few nights and weekends as program work demands.

Qualifications:

The ideal candidate will have at least two years’ experience in social work and in the refugee/immigrant space. A background in the arts is not required but is a plus. Commitment to the mission and values of the Mural Arts Program, a solid work ethic, excellent interpersonal skills, political savvy, and a respect for teamwork are critical to success in this position.

Additional Requirements Include:

Requires an MSW. Previous experience in nonprofits and with budgets, purchasing, inventory, staffing and short- and long-range planning preferred.

Salary:

This is a full-time, exempt salaried position. Mural Arts offers a competitive and comprehensive benefits and holiday package. There is an expectation to be on-site for this position (following Mural Arts and city Covid protocols), although remote work is acceptable when programming is not running. The salary range is between $47,000 to $50,000, commensurate with experience.

For further information on the City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program, please visit www.muralarts.org.

To Apply

Please provide cover letter, resume, and a list of 3 professional references to Nadia Malik, Porch Light Program Director, at nadia.malik@muralarts.org with the following subject line: “Porch Light Program Manager.”


 

Assistant to the Chief Operating Officer/Office Manager 

Mural Arts Philadelphia is the nation’s largest public art program, dedicated to the belief that art ignites change. For over 30 years, Mural Arts has united artists and communities through a collaborative and equitable process, creating over 4,000 artworks that have transformed public spaces and individual lives. Mural Arts aims to empower people, stimulate dialogue, and build bridges to understanding with projects that attract artists from Philadelphia and around the world, and programs that focus on youth education, restorative justice, mental health and wellness, and public art and its preservation. Popular mural tours offer a firsthand glimpse into the inspiring stories behind Mural Arts’ iconic and unparalleled collection, which has earned Philadelphia worldwide recognition as the “City of Murals.”

Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer and a member of the Operations team, the Assistant to the Chief Operating Officer/ Office Manager plays a pivotal role in assuring the COO’s calendar and correspondence is up to date and in guaranteeing a positive visit to the Eakins house for an array of visitors.

Essential Responsibilities

  • Serve as the Assistant to the Chief Operating Officer – Manage calendar and coordinate various complex meetings, appointments, and provide other administrative support as needed.
  • Answer the Chief Operating Officer’s phone line and take clear and comprehensive messages. Route and screen all phone, voice mail, and email messages for the Chief Operating Officer
  • Maintain the staff contact list
  • Serve as the first point of contact for all visitors to the Eakins building and answer the main office phone line; answer all inquiries or direct calls to colleagues when appropriate;
  • Receive, organize and store all incoming packages and notify appropriate staff.
  • Work with Public Property staff of the City of Philadelphia and Chief Operating Officer to communicate the maintenance needs of our historically registered building.
  • Maintain a welcoming and neat reception area.
  • Order general office supplies when necessary.

Qualifications include:

  • At least three years of administrative assistant experience
  • Strong organizational skills, excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Effective interpersonal skills to successfully interact with colleagues at Mural Arts, the City of Philadelphia, the arts community, consultants, funders, and the general public with diverse cultures and backgrounds.
  • Experience with MS Office, including Word, and Excel.

Salary:

This is a full-time, exempt salaried position. Mural Arts offer a competitive and comprehensive benefits package. The annual salary is $45,000.00.

For more information, call 215-685-0750 or visit muralarts.org. Follow us on social media: @muralarts on Twitter and Instagram, MuralArtsPhiladelphia on Facebook, and phillymuralarts on YouTube.

To Apply:

Please submit your resume and cover letter to hr@muralarts.org AND amy.oh@muralarts.org specifying you are applying for the position of “Assistant to the Chief Operating Officer/Office Manager”. Resumes will be reviewed as they are submitted. No phone calls please.


 

Human Resources Director  

Mural Arts seeks a full-time Human Resources Director to oversee all HR procedures and policies, and oversee the department. The successful candidate will be a seasoned HR professional with a solid background in employee relations and policy creation. The primary function of the HR Director is to coordinate HR policies and programs with emphasis on the benefits and compensation areas, ensuring the organization is in full compliance with applicable laws and regulations. In addition, this position works closely with the executive team in developing, implementing, and evaluating ongoing HR policies, programs, functions and activities. The position also assists with safety efforts and acts as a liaison for the DEI Staff committee.
This position reports to the Chief Operating Officer and relies on administrative support.

Essential Responsibilities:

  • Centralize the HR function: establish standardized core practices for employee information management, recruitment, benefits management, etc. providing effective internal communications.
  •  Ensure compliance with all federal, state, and regional labor and wage laws.
  •  Lead recruitment efforts to ensure the identification of qualified talent, and initiate best practices in hiring, onboarding, and retention.
  •  Administer the Employee Benefits Program, including plan design and communications.
  •  Support employee compensation planning.
  •  Administer the performance management process, scheduling and documentation of periodic performance reviews, promotion, transfer, remedial counseling, progressive discipline, layoff and termination. Includes coaching and advising management.
  • Promote and champion the MAP culture and employee engagement.
  •  Develop and promote proactive employee relations within HR and across the organization. Supports feedback to management via exit surveys and internal surveys.
  •  Provide recommendations to senior management on training and employee development.
  • Effectively collaborate with the executive and leadership groups to create a year-round HR plan and support shared objectives related to talent acquisition, employee data, compensation, and budget.
  • Works with the DEI Committee to develop a yearlong program around DEI initiatives.

Education and Experience:

  • Undergraduate degree in Human Resources, Business Administration, or similar area.
  • Minimum of 5 years’ prior experience as HR generalist, with a record of progressive advancement.
  •  Demonstrated understanding of HR competencies and operations, including, but not limited to, compliance and employment law; staffing; diversity, equity, and inclusion; benefits administration; compensation administration; and HRIS administration.
  •  Outstanding organization, planning and project management skills, particularly regarding HR programs and initiatives.
  •  Outstanding verbal and written communication skills.
  •  Strong influence skills; demonstrated record of collaboration and effective partnering with internal and external stakeholders, including senior leaders and members of the Board of Directors.
  •  Analytical, self-directed, and solid problem-solving skills
  •  Sense of humor, flexible, high level of self-awareness and emotional intelligence

Preferred Requirements:

  •  Graduate degree in human resources.
  •  Prior experience as an HR leader, with a record of successful engagement and influence with senior leaders and other employees at all levels.
  • Professional Certification through SHRM or HRCI

Mural Arts seeks candidates who value and demonstrate the following core competencies: committed problem solving, deep thinking & fearless creation, inquisitive learning, thoughtful communication, mindful collaboration, personal accountability, and a commitment to actively prioritizing diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace. Mural Arts Philadelphia is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Salary:

This is a full-time, exempt salaried position. Mural Arts offer a competitive and comprehensive benefits and holiday package. This is a hybrid position, depending on the schedule of the department as needed. The salary is up to $85K, commensurate with experience

To Apply:

Interested applicants must submit a cover letter, resume, and list of up to three (3) professional references to Vanessa Smith, HR Director, at vanessa.smith@muralarts.org with “HR Director” in the subject line. No phone calls or recruiters please.


 

Financial Administrative Coordinator 

Mural Arts seeks a Financial Administrative Coordinator to join the Environmental Justice team. Reporting to the director of Environmental Justice, this individual provides primary administrative support for the Department. They are the steward of contracts, invoices, correspondence and data. They serve as the financial administrator for the Department, including routine accounts payable, tracking monthly expenditures, and coding and submitting invoices for department expenses. This individual works collaboratively with the Environmental Justice team to ensure accurate and timely record keeping and advance the goals of the department and organization.

Financial Administration Tasks

  • Ensure that contracts are recorded according to protocols and internal business rules, properly signed, filed and shared with contractors. Work with Finance and Development team members when required to ensure recording and follow up when appropriate.
  • Prepare and process invoices weekly, share and communicate as required.
  • Following financial protocols, track expenses weekly.
  • Implement, and maintain project management systems and strategies to support frontline staff and the director of Environmental Justice in relation to administrative processes. (Develop streamlined processes as needed.
  • Work and Maintain data collection, evaluation and other functions. At times, oversee interns and support staff hired to assist.
  • Design and produce routine and ad-hoc reports that support the activities of the department.

Project Management Tasks

  • Support the director of Environmental Justice in creating agendas for meetings, setting up meetings, and taking notes.
  • Keep record of meetings and conventions.
  • Respond to partner requests via email or postal mail.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

  • Two to five years relevant work experience in financial administration and office administration in a nonprofit, marketing or project-based environment.
  • Project management experience a plus

SKILLS AND REQUIREMENTS:

  • Meticulous attention to detail, excellent competency in finance, excel, with capacity to readily learn new programs for finance, contract and data.
  • Highly organized and well versed in office procedures and systems.
  • Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of contract approval systems.
  • Outstanding organization skills, including managing multiple tasks simultaneously.
  • Ability to perform effectively under pressure and meet deadlines.
  • Demonstrated analytical and project management skills. Self-motivated and able to work with little supervision once objectives and tasks have been determined.
  • Works well individually and as part of a team.
  • Advanced proficiency with Microsoft Office products such as Word; Access; Excel; PowerPoint.
  • Writing, and strong communication skills are a plus.

Salary: Competitive compensation, including health and dental benefits.

Mural Arts seeks candidates who value and demonstrate the following core competencies: committed problem solving, deep thinking & fearless creation, inquisitive learning, thoughtful communication, mindful collaboration, personal accountability, and a commitment to actively prioritizing diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace.

Mural Arts Philadelphia is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is pleased to offer a competitive and comprehensive holiday, health and dental benefits package. The salary range is $47k-50K.