Who's Hiring in CLE: American Liver Foundation, Promise Academy, Old Brooklyn, CMNH....

Welcome to the latest edition of FreshWater Cleveland's “Who’s Hiring” series, where we feature growing companies with open positions, what they’re looking for, and how to apply. Please send your freshest job tips and postings to managingeditor@freshwatercleveland.com.

Promise Academy
The Promise Academy, a non-traditional charter school in Cleveland, provides students between the ages of 16 and 21 with an alternative opportunity to complete their high school diploma. As the school enters its 10th year, Promise Academy is currently seeking a strong leader who is ready to help make a difference to become its new principal. Desired outcomes include strong academics, financial viability, and organizational health. Click here to apply or learn more about this unique opportunity.

American Liver Foundation
The American Liver Foundation is searching for a Community Events Manager. Job responsibilities include overseeing all aspects of event and fundraising activities, recruiting corporate sponsors, managing walk teams, and training volunteers. If interested in working with the nation's leading nonprofit liver foundation, click here for further details.

Old Brooklyn
There’s a trio of new restaurants and coffee shops in Old Brooklyn, which translates to multiple hiring opportunities at The City Diner, Metropolitan Coffee, and Coffee Coffee Coffee. For more information or for resume/interview assistance, please contact  Linda Ferriss-Bradley at 216-635-2931.

Cleveland Museum of Natural History
Passionate about science education in Northeast Ohio? Consider applying to be CMNH's new Manager of Public Programs. Primary responsibilities include developing and delivering non-school educational programs for local youth, families, and adults; supervising summer camps, outdoor education, and other museum-wide events; managing operating budgets and developing funding proposals; and more. Desired qualifications include a master's degree in education (or another natural history-related field), as well as three to five years' experience managing and supervising staff. For more information or to apply, click here.

The Sculpture Center
The Sculpture Center is hiring college-level rising juniors and seniors for paid internships from mid-June through mid-August. Available positions are in videography and sculpture. Videographers will have the opportunity to make a series of short videos about the center and its upcoming exhibition "After the Pedestal," while sculpture interns will edit, update, and add to The Sculpture Center’s Ohio Outdoor Sculpture Inventory. Any interested parties should contact executive director Ann Albano at aalbano@sculpturecenter.org or click here to learn more.


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