Online Production and Programs Assistant - Volunteer
Location: San Francisco, CA (Cannot be remote)
Reports to: Digital Communications & Editorial Manager/Vice President of Exhibitions and Programs
The International Museum of Women is seeking an organized, tech-savvy, and enthusiastic individual to serve as the Online Production and Programs Volunteer for our new online exhibition, Muslima: Muslim Women's Art & Voices.
This position will begin April 1, 2013 and requires the volunteer to be in IMOW's downtown San Francisco office between 2-3 days a week during regular business hours. This is an unpaid, volunteer position.
- Assist with the tracking, documenting, and publication of submissions to our new online exhibtion, Muslima: Muslim Women's Art & Voices, using our CMS (Drupal)
- Assist with outreach to artists and arts communities to encourage submissions
- Assist with preparing and editing submissions for inclusion in the online exhibition using our CMS (Drupal) and other tools
- Contacting artists on behalf of the museum to inform them of the status of their submission and overseeing their deadline
- Take the lead on special reporting and tracking projects for funders and IMOW's internal use
- Make other site updates as needed
- Tech-savvy and creative
- Excellent writing and editing skills
- Extremely organized
- Attentive to detail
- Experience with Microsoft Office suite
- Experience working with Google Docs online document sharing tool
- Available to come in to the IMOW offices at least 2 days a week during regular business hours
- Commit to a 3 month volunteer stint
- Experience with a Content Management System preferred though not required
To apply, please email a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
The International Museum of Women (IMOW) aims to inspire creativity, awareness and action on vital global issues for women. IMOW is an innovative online museum that showcases art, stories and ideas to celebrate, inspire and advance the lives of women around the world. We are a global online community of 600,000 annual unique visitors and a participant base of 10,000 artistic content contributors, 40,000 e-news subscribers, 11,000 Facebook fans and 7,000 Twitter followers from more than 200 countries worldwide. IMOW is governed by a local Board of Directors of business and community leaders and receives strategic guidance from a Global Council that includes Mary Robinson, Zainab Salbi and Eve Ensler.