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Queer Cultural Center is one of seven cultural centers in San Francisco, CA. We work in partnership in dozens of arts institutions, galleries, and community spaces throughout the Bay Area including Oakland, Richmond, and San Francisco. We are a remote organization with most staff residing in San Francisco and Oakland.

We are a 501(c)3 charitable organization.

Communications Director

Applications due June 30

The Queer Cultural Center is looking for a Communications Director, someone who is a wordsmith, has fluency in web and graphic design, loves social media and analytics equally, and holds a commitment to furthering radical queer artists and cultural change. 

The Communications Director is responsible for leading external messaging and marketing campaigns for our year-round arts programming leaning on QCC’s core mission to promote the artistic and financial development of Queer and Trans artists, art, and culture. Additionally, the Communications Director is responsible for building critical outreach strategies in this changing world, managing and developing relationships with community partners, identifying opportunities for collaboration, and working to support the development and implementation of a strategic plan. 

Ideal candidates are self-starters, can vision projects and implement them to completion, are able to work with a broad variety of artists, and have a high level of fluency with cloud-based project management tools.

Executive Director

The Queer Cultural Center is looking for an Executive Director, a dynamic leader to build on our 26 year history of visionary artmaking, cultural production, and uplifting and prioritizing Queer and Trans communities of color.

The Executive Director is responsible for implementing QCC’s mission to promote the artistic and financial development of Queer and Trans artists, art and culture. Additionally, the Executive Director, in close coordination with the Staff and Board of Directors, is responsible for strategic planning and goal setting, developing and managing budgets and financial objectives, and day-to-day operations.

To be a good fit for this job, you must thrive in environments that call for creative thinking, fast- moving collaborative work, and high-stakes judgement calls. You must set the tone for professionalism and make time to honor and acknowledge our staff’s labor.

You must be an impactful strategist with a passionate commitment to elevating the art of Queer and Trans individuals. You must have a demonstrated commitment to racial and social justice, experience working in communities and organizations led by communities of color, and a strong awareness of power, privilege, and equity. You must have a demonstrated commitment to disrupting white supremacy, and Trans/Homophobia.

You must provide leadership and vision that advances QCC’s programs and heightens our organization’s local, regional, statewide, and national visibility.

This is a full-time position. Our schedule of 20-30 programs during the National Queer Arts Festival, requires that the Executive Director work some nights and weekends across the San Francisco Bay Area.