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Job at Folger Library
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 8.0807.  Thursday, 31 July 1997.

From:           C. Jenise Williamson <
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Date:           Wednesday, July 30, 1997
Subject:        Job at Folger Library

[Editor's Note: This announcement appeared July 17, 1997, on Associated
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Dear AWP Job List subscribers:

Here is an update for a job posted last month. An extended job list will
be posted shortly.

REVISED Submission for AWP Job List

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Poetry and Lectures Coordinator:  Salary mid to upper 20's.  Excellent
benefits.  Reports to Director of Museum & Public Programs.  B.A. in
English, advanced degree preferred.  In-depth and on-going knowledge of
modern literature required.  Three to five years' experience in arts
administration, including fundraising, grant writing, and budget
preparation and implementation.  As part of the Folger's Public
Programs, designs, administers and arranges the Folger Poetry and
Lecture Series.  Researches, selects and contracts speakers and poets
for series' programs.  As part of the Folger development effort,
identifies and solicits funding sources for programs, prepares grant
applications and proposals, and leads the Folger Poetry Advisory Board
in the organization of fundraising activities.  Responsible for
administration of poetry and lecture series budget.  Administers the
Hardison Poetry Prize Endowment fund and program and the Lannan Poetry
Fellowship Program with area universities.  Serves on the Board of
Directors of the Poetry Committee of the Greater Washington, D.C.  Area
and maintains contact with national literary organizations.  Supports
the promotion of the series and other Public Programs in the preparation
of announcements, invitations, and brochures.  Send cover letter and
resume to Folger Shakespeare Library, Attn:  Poet, 201 E. Capitol St.,
S.E., WDC 20003-1094.  No phone calls please.  EOE.  DEADLINE FOR
RESUMES HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO SEPTEMBER 2, 1997.
 

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