Part Time Jobs

Booking Agent

The Booking Agent is a part-time position working remotely responsible for booking performances, primarily in schools, for bands working with Funding the Future. Shows are booked during the academic school year, across the United States. This position is an integral part of achieving the organizations mission and reports to the Executive Director and works closely with the Program Coordinator.

Executive Director

The Executive Director is responsible for managing the work of the organization. Main responsibilities include administration, overseeing the education, counseling, networking, programming, communications, events, and advocacy efforts.

Part-Time Denver Market Fellow, Regional Advancement – DU Advancement

Position Summary

In order for the University of Denver to achieve an ambitious DU IMPACT 2025 vision, it is imperative that we strategically engage and involve the global Pioneer family in the effort of supporting and advancing the University. With over 50,000 constituents in the Denver Metro area, success will partially be dependent upon our ability to build and sustain a cultivation strategy here in our own backyard. The University of Denver seeks to strengthen its global network of Pioneer supporters and ambassadors by establishing a sustainable advancement presence in key regional markets across the United States and here in Denver.

Regional teams are based in the geographic areas they serve and will include a director of development, a market activator, and a part-time market fellow. The Denver regional team includes a Director of Alumni Engagement and a Market Fellow. The regional team will collaborate closely and frequently with the Denver-based DU Advancement team as well as other colleagues across campus.

The Market Fellowship will begin in Fall 2018. Market Fellows will be housed with other Regional Team members in a shared office in his/her region. Market Fellows will be brand ambassadors for DU, engaging alumni, parents, and donors in the region. They will inform the work of the Market Activator and Director of Development. Additionally, the incumbent will develop formal and informal networks of alumni leaders within different industries, neighborhoods, and affinity communities. The team’s goal is to create a culture of lifelong engagement and philanthropy among constituents in the region.

The regional advancement team will achieve its goals by working in a highly collaborative fashion with their colleagues in academic units and with the entire DU Advancement team.

This is a non-benefited position not to exceed 1,000 hours in a calendar year.

Business Support I

Highlands Ranch Metro District is currently accepting applications for a Business Support I position to work in the Parks, Recreation and Open Space Service Center. Successful applicants must have a strong desire to work as a team player and possess a positive attitude

PT Editor

KDVR/KWGN Fox 31 / CW2 Television has an immediate opening for a Part-time Editor.
Strongly prefer applicants with a bachelor’s degree in communication, broadcast journalism, film/television, related field or equivalent

Social Media Coordinator – Communications and Community Engagement

Work at the Central Library in the Communications and Community Engagement Department. Design and execute a social media strategy and campaigns to increase visibility for the library and increase community engagement. Incorporate research, benchmarking, messaging and audience identification into social media strategy. Plan, create, share and moderate branded content (original text, images, video, etc.) across social and digital media channels, including but not limited to Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, Snapchat, Pinterest, YouTube, Vimeo, Google+ and Wikipedia in order to tell the Denver Public Library story. Update and refine the library’s social media strategy to grow engagement.

Part-Time Graduate Career Advisor – DU Advancement

Position Summary

Reporting directly to the Director of Graduate Student Career & Professional Development, the Career Advisor provides direct comprehensive career services for University of Denver graduate students (masters and doctoral) and recent alumni. S/he will develop and support programming activities including: workshops/presentations, orientations, events and new projects related to growing the engagement of graduate students with career development and initiatives related to DU IMPACT 2025. S/he will work with the Career & Professional Development team to set institutional career development goals. The Career Advisor will demonstrate advocacy of inclusive excellence values in student professional development and employer relationship management. S/he must be able to work one evening a week and additional evenings or weekends as necessary.

This is a non-benefited position not to exceed 1,000 hours in a calendar year.

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