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Queer Cultural Center (QCC): Financial Management Consultant
Who we are
Founded in 1993, QCC is a multiracial community-building organization that fosters the artistic, economic and cultural development of San Francisco’s LGBTQ community. We implement our mission by operating programs that commission and present Queer artists, promote the development of culturally diverse Queer arts organizations and document significant Queer arts events taking place in the San Francisco Bay Area.
By presenting, exhibiting, screening and documenting queer artists’ work, QCC contributes to the development of a multicultural perspective on the Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender and Queer experience.
Scope of work
- Oversee and manage all financial, project/program and grants
- Propose, monitor and revise annual operating budget
- Manage organizational cash flow and forecasting
- Recommend and implement fiscal policies and accounting practices
- Oversee monthly bank reconciliations with contracted bookkeeper
- Make recommendations regarding cash reserves, assets and expenditures
- Provide Guidance to the contracted bookkeeper
- Review required documentation before approving checks
- Present financial reports and budgets to the board of directors
- Recommend Tax preparer and Auditor candidates to the Board
- Coordinate tax filings and audits
- Complete annual data arts report
- Provide support for other departments including producing reports
- Provide necessary administrative functions on behalf of QCC’s fiscally sponsored organizations
- At least two years of experience managing finances in a non-profit context and prior experience working in the non-profit arts field.
- Ability to identify and resolve problems in a timely manner and to gather and analyze information skillfully.
- A working knowledge of applicable laws and regulations for compliance with governmental and private agencies.
- Knowledge of fiscal sponsorship a plus.
- This is a contract position; QCC contracted staff work from home on their own equipment
- No set hours; average around 40 hrs/ month
- Hourly rate- Ranges from $35 to $50/hr based on experience
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Queer Cultural Center (QCC): General Manager Consultant
Who we are
The Queer Cultural Center (QCC) is a non-profit organization that promotes social justice and the artistic and economic evolution of queer art and culture. QCC’s program areas include producing the National Queer Arts Festival, providing fiscal sponsorship to queer arts organizations, directing a commissioning program called Creating Queer Community that focuses on producing original works, and increasing diversity within queer arts and culture.
Summary of Job Description
The General Manager is responsible for the general management of the organization’s infrastructure. Our diverse constituency includes queer artists, governmental agencies, private foundations, corporate sponsors, queer audiences, and other supporters. This management position leads the organization’s coordinating efforts and supports the senior staff.
The ideal candidate is an experienced, non-profit arts professional who has a passion for queer arts, is highly motivated and resourceful, and brings a sense of creativity and adaptability. The position requires strong management, oral and written communications skills, as well as a breadth of knowledge and experience in the range of non-profit work. Theatrical production experience is preferred.
Responsibilities and Duties
- Coordinates staff hiring processes
- Coordinates, schedules and organizes Board of Directors’ meetings; finalizes and files Board meeting minutes
- Coordinates Contractor Monthly timesheets & ensures timely delivery to Director
- Picks up mail, makes bank deposits and reports them to financial manager
- Guarantees that QCC fulfills all obligations stated in our annual SF Arts Commission (SFAC) Management Program Plan Contract
- Checks email, managing and general email inboxes and routes to appropriate staff
- Coordinates the Management of the Fiscal Sponsorship Program
- Coordinates Staff Calendar, Communications, and Meetings as well as special events
- Works with Artistic Director in scheduling venues and events
- Proofreads Annual Festival Catalog and other organization collateral materials
- Manages organization’s virtual infrastructure
Qualifications and Skills
- At least three years of experience working for non-profit arts organizations
- Demonstrated success in administrative functions, with the ability to think strategically while executing tactically within resource constraints
- Ability to cultivate and maintain positive relationships with a broad range of funders, other organization’s senior staff and artists
- Excellent organizational skills; ability to prioritize and work with multiple deadlines
- Strong managerial skills, particularly in supervision and building effective teams
- Capacity to take initiative, build consensus and to work effectively cross-departmentally
- Working knowledge of communications and marketing strategies
- Understanding of full range of queer communities, production and arts field a plus.
The hourly rate starts from $25 to $30/hour, commensurate with experience.
This is a contract position; QCC contracted staff work from home on their own equipment.
This position has no set hours: there is an average of around 30-40 hours/ month; monthly work hours will be higher during National Queer Arts Festival production and Creating Queer Community workshops (Mar.-Aug.). The average monthly hours will be lower during the winter months.
- Please send a resume with a cover letter to Artistic@QueerCulturalCenter.org
- Your cover letter should explain why you are interested in this position
- Please include 3 references with contact information
- Application deadline is February 16, 2018; however, we will begin reviewing candidates immediately.
In keeping with our mission’s emphasis on cultural equity, QCC will prioritize applications from historically marginalized/disenfranchised populations; specifically, People of Color, Women, Queer, Trans, Non-Binary and Gender Nonconforming people.