Cultural Sites Program Coordinator

We are currently searching for a skilled administrator and organizer with a passion for community work to serve as the Cultural Sites Program Coordinator at the Erma Hayman House.

The City of Boise is seeking a full-time professional to oversee the daily operations of Boise’s newest cultural site, the Erma Hayman House. Working alongside Boise Arts & History’s Cultural Sites team, the Cultural Sites Program Coordinator will plan, oversee, and coordinate public programs and exhibitions, create and operate yearly program budgets and compile reports for program analysis and development, oversee daily operations of facility and ground maintenance, and supervise volunteers and temporary staff. 

The Cultural Sites Program Coordinator works in support of Boise Arts & History’s work to reinforce a sense of place, celebrate our community’s character, ensure exceptional arts, history, and cultural programming, and foster placemaking with community context. 

The City of Boise welcomes passionate and talented people who want to share our vision of creating a city for everyone, demonstrate drive toward fulfilling our mission in the community, and embody the values that are so important to our organization. City employees receive unparalleled benefits including a no-cost medical option, wellness program, generous paid leave, 401(k), and PERSI pension plan.

Learn more and apply by November 28, 2022 at cityofboise.org/JoinUs

About the Erma Hayman House

The Erma Hayman House is a historic site and cultural center that preserves, contextualizes, and interprets the history of Boise’s River Street Neighborhood. Through collaborative partnerships, the Erma Hayman House directly supports, celebrates, and amplifies the stories of historically underrepresented communities, past and present, through inclusive, culturally mindful public programs. Learn more.