EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY – Uhuru House Program Manager

The Uhuru House Program Manager will create, market and coordinate programs at the Uhuru House and Akwaaba Hall to develop a hub of dynamic African political, economic and cultural activities and achieve financial self-sufficiency through rental income.
Summary of Duties and Qualifications:
• Actively solicit community members, organizations, artists, teachers and others to rent Uhuru House facilities for cultural, educational and political events and classes.
• Carry out promotions and marketing plan through community networking and outreach, media, internet postings, social media, website blog and monthly calendar.
• Carry out general Uhuru House reception office duties, including rental inquiries and arrangements, and maintaining contact databases and photos.
• Coordinate two annual APEDF community programs.
• Recruit and supervise volunteers.
• At least two years related experience in marketing and/or sales. Knowledge of social media, blogs, google docs, flickr photo storage and other online promotional tools. Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel.
See the complete job description at www.APEDF.org.
All applicants will be required to complete an APEDF employment application, available online at
www.APEDF.org/jobs or at the APEDF office, 1245 18th Avenue South, St. Petersburg, FL 33705.
 For more information, call 727-821-2437 or email careers@apedf.org.


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