Up to 20 hrs/wk (flexible schedule); $20/hr
Local applicants only. You will primarily work from your own space via Zoom, but may also attend in-person meetings and attend to tasks usually in the S.W. Portland/Multnomah Village area.
We’re seeking someone to work with the Founder/Executive Director and in collaboration with the Soul Box Project organization. We need a fast learner who can maintain current administrative systems and make suggestions for new processes where needed.
You’ll be the information nexus of our organization, supporting day-to-day operations, making sure the team gets the updates they need as projects and priorities shift. You’ll be relied upon to answer inquiries and interact with participants, volunteers and donors. You’ll be one of the organization’s main points-of-contact, the note-taker, document-filer, and task-master supreme.
Up to 20 hrs/wk (flexible schedule); $25/hr
You will primarily work from your own space with Zoom meetings. Local residents preferred but not required.
We’re looking for someone who enjoys posting on social media and coming up with ideas for content, and is engaged and interested in the U.S. gunfire epidemic.
You’ll take the lead on managing our social media channels, from overall strategy to content creation to actual posting.
You’ll be working part-time with our small team of creative people who love our Project but don’t love curating a social media feed. If you looked at our Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn pages and saw things you think we could do better: great, let’s talk!
Administrative Assistant + Social Media Lead
Up to 35 hrs/wk (flexible schedule); $23/hr
If you have the skills, interest, and availability to cover both Administrative and Social Media roles, please let us know!
To apply for any of these positions, please submit your cover letter and resume to email@example.com.
We look forward to hearing from you.
~The Soul Box Project Team.
Philosophy of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
In our Soul Box Project exhibits, we represent and honor people killed or injured in the U.S. by gunfire–including those of every race, cultural background, gender identity, sexual orientation, religious or political affiliation, and circumstance of shooting.
- We strengthen our organization by cultivating that same diversity of representation in our operations by:
Embracing and promoting a culture that values each person working for and with The Soul Box Project.
- Learning from and listening to the voices of those people most affected by gunfire–victims, their families, and loved ones–recognizing that each person’s grief and experience is unique.
- Actively reaching out to and engaging communities affected by gun violence, which are disproportionately people of color.
- Building alliances with initiatives working for a safer, more civil society, regardless of cultural background or religious or political affiliation, by offering dramatic visual support.
The Soul Box Project began as the vision of one artist. Throughout its evolution, the organization has grown to encompass many voices. We are addressing a complicated issue. We strive to be sensitive and grow from our missteps. We recognize we can only be effective in our mission by embracing the systemic and structural changes this country so desperately needs.