Did you make a big, job-related New Year’s resolution? If so, one of these opportunities might be that game-changer you were seeking to find.
Public Relations Manager at The Momentary
The dynamic, innovative, multidisciplinary arts space isn’t slated to open until 2020, but a dynamic team is already forming as plans for programming and the vision of the Momentary take shape. The new center for contemporary visual and performing arts as well as culinary discovery in Bentonville, Arkansas is in search of a Public Relations Manager. The Public Relations Manager will serve as a key member of the Momentary team an extension of the Crystal Bridges’ communication department, working to expand awareness of the Momentary and its offerings. The PR Manager will support strategic goals through media relations, social media, and eMarketing for the Momentary, or other venues including Crystal Bridges.
Business Recruitment Specialist at City of Fayetteville
The Department of Economic Vitality of the City of Fayetteville is inviting interested individuals to apply for a new position, Business Recruitment Specialist. As the City’s primary economic development arm, the Department of Economic Vitality serves as a liaison from the City to the contracted entities providing economic development services, as well as the business community. The primary responsibility of the Business Recruitment Specialist will be to implement the Department of Economic Vitality’s targeted retail, restaurant, and mixed-use recruitment and development efforts. Fayetteville is so much more than a “college town” – it is also a major economic engine in the Northwest Arkansas region. If you have economic development experience and a degree in public administration, business administration, planning or a similar field, see below.
”The City of Fayetteville is a place for creativity, innovation and culture. As the third largest and one of the fastest growing cities in Arkansas, Fayetteville has established itself as a community with a desirable quality of life and a strong mix of innovation and entrepreneurial spirit.City of Fayetteville
District Coordinator at Urban Land Institute of Northwest Arkansas
Thanks to a capacity building grant from the Walton Family Foundation, ULI of Northwest Arkansas is looking to hire a District Coordinator to grow the local chapter and help promote smart, sustainable growth throughout the region. The ideal candidate will have a passion for urban planning and possess a strong background in policy advocacy, real estate development, land use policy and communications. The District Council Coordinator’s overall responsibility will include overseeing the growth and development of the ULI NWA satellite under the guidance of the Walton Family Foundation Capacity Building Grant. Read a recent announcement about the position HERE, learn more about the history of the local chapter HERE, and see the full job description below.
ULI has about 42,000 members in nearly 100 countries around the world and advocates for best practices in land use and real estate.
”The Walton Family Foundation is the perfect partner for us — we are aligned in our goals to expand the knowledge base of our land use professionals and encourage coordination between different disciplines to promote smart, sustainable growth in Northwest Arkansas.Jeremy Hudson ULI Northwest Arkansas Member