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Bookleggers Library
561 NW 32ND ST
MIAMI, FL, United States

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Programs Manager


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MIAMI, FL, United States


Program-Project Management


$40,000+ depending on experience and workload, and will include a healthcare stipend. per year

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Job Description:

Bookleggers Library Inc. is looking for a full time programming employee to oversee external operations of the non-profit library organization. In collaboration with the Director and Operations Manager, the position is responsible for the logistical execution of all events and projects related to the organization, as well as helping facilitate and maintain internal records.

Bookleggers is a small team, so anyone that joins would be an integral part of current and future visioning with a clear path to leadership.

Bookleggers maintains a “self-motivated” work environment in which each staff member, in addition to their responsibilities, contributes to the creative & imaginative planning that makes the organization unique.

Start Time/Hours/Location
Start date: ASAP. 40 hours a week, with some flexibility plus or minus depending on events. Bookleggers currently maintains a library space at the Bakehouse Art Complex in Wynwood as well as several semi-permanent Bookboxes all around Miami Dade County.

Position will be physically based in Miami, primarily at the Bakehouse Art Complex in Wynwood. Remote candidates need not apply. We will accept applications from candidates from anywhere, however, an ability to understand and navigate Miami-Dade county is crucial, and we do not currently have relocation funds.

About Bookleggers Library Inc.
Bookleggers is a 501c(3) nonprofit mobile library that expands access to free books as a way of building community.

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Job Requirements:

  • Commitment to Bookleggers’ mission
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Excel/spreadsheets proficiency
  • Experience building proposals and decks
  • Ability to use/learn Slack or similar organization software
  • Communication skills, including through various media channels, in an engaging, clear and concise way
  • Analytical – able to maintain organization metrics and draw informed conclusions from statistically meaningful data (i.e. keeping track of metrics like books/attendance/artists partnered)
  • Ability to keep a weekly/hourly work log
  • Experience working with underserved communities
  • Experience with arts or non-profit organizations
  • Must be able to work some weekends and evenings based on event needs
  • Ability to handle multiple projects and deadlines
  • Ability to work with a wide range of personalities
  • Strong commitment to follow-through
  • Ability to take direction and direct others
  • Ability to adjust to set-backs in real time
  • Have occasional access to a car
  • Ability to lift up to 50 pounds
  • Spanish language and/or Haitian Creole language ability a plus
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