Contracting and Financial Operations Coordinator

Position Title: 
Contracting and Financial Operations Coordinator
Organization Name: 
Indiana Arts Commission

As the Contracting and Financial Operations Coordinator, you will provide dynamic mission and constituent-focused service through management of the agency's contracting division (grants and professional services), execution of the accounts payable and receivable financial roles within the administration division, application of agency principles to analytical work and thorough review of financial functions, and managing external communications technology, in partnership with the Grants, Research, and Technology (GRanT) Manager, to ensure audio, video and online communications platforms and tools deliver access to the agency’s programs, services and convenings statewide. You should bring interest in grants making in the arts, experience in financial operations, an interest in applied technology and a demonstrated capacity to perform the key functions of the work at a high level:  engaging in complex data, business, system and technology analysis, implementation and tracking; adhering to and communicating of federal and state funding and financial policies; executing a broad array of constituent-facing services; and committing to accessible meetings, convenings and other public-facing activities through a thorough knowledge and command of the appropriate technology.  You should possess enthusiasm for public service to the arts through an agency of state government and an ability to work collaboratively with a broad and diverse network of people.

The ideal candidate for this entry-level position is early career, interest in grants making in the arts, interest in financial operations, interest in data management and meaning-making, interest in applied technology and a commitment to performing the key functions of the work at a high level:  engaging in complex data, business, system and technology analysis, implementation and tracking; adhering to and communicating of federal and state funding and financial policies; executing a broad array of constituent-facing services; and committing to accessible meetings, convenings and other public-facing activities through a thorough knowledge and command of the appropriate technology.  Possesses an enthusiasm for public service to the arts through an agency of state government and an ability to work collaboratively with a broad and diverse network of people.

Application Deadline: 
Thursday, May 26, 2022