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Please send cover letter and resume BY DECEMBER 15 to Shauna Treter at shauna@mlui.org.
 

Contractual Position: Event Coordinator

Description:

The Michigan Land Use Institute is looking to contract with someone on a part-time basis to manage the 2015 Harvest@theCommons event. Working closely with MLUI staff, the Contractor will manage all details for the annual event, developing an annual plan, clear timeline, and systems necessary to plan and execute a successful event and conduct post-event follow-up. The Contractor will collaborate with the MLUI Development and Communication staff to create marketing materials, design promotional campaign, coordinate sponsorship fulfillment, monitor event budget, and develop new and existing partnership and sponsorship opportunities to increase community involvement and fundraising potential.

The Contractor will be expected to invoice twice monthly for hours worked, and will be compensated on an hourly basis, within a range of $12 - $17 per hour commensurate with skills and experience. It is expected that the contractor will work approximately 15 hours per week, from January through October 2015, making adjustments for lighter and heavier workloads based on need. The contractor will keep a flexible schedule, while accommodating regularly scheduled meetings to keep MLUI staff updated and informed on progress of event plans as they develop. The contractor will work with the Program Development Specialist and the Event Planning Team to fulfill the required tasks listed above, as well as additional tasks to be determined depending upon MLUI’s needs and the contractor’s skills.

Harvest@theCommons is the Michigan Land Use Institute’s annual event to celebrate everything we love about northern Michigan! A family-style feast and Michigan-grown music are the defining assets of this authentic farm-to-table experience, showcasing the culinary excellence and generous bounty of our region. As the Institute enters its twentieth year, our extraordinary community of members, partners, leaders, and friends – old and new – will come together on October 10, 2015 to recognize our shared commitment to building a stronger, healthier, more resilient community.

Please send cover letter and resume BY DECEMBER 15 to Shauna Treter at shauna@mlui.org.

Michigan Land Use Institute

148 E. Front Street, Suite 301
Traverse City, MI 49684-5725
p (231) 941-6584 
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