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Enough Pie Seeks a Stakeholder Relations Manager

Our Culture

Enough Pie’s mission is to use creativity to connect and empower stakeholders on Charleston’s peninsula to shape the development of the community using artistic collaborations, dynamic partnerships, creative placemaking, and civic engagement as tools. We believe that the process of using creativity as a form of community engagement to address systemic issues, along with putting community voices at the center, is as important as the final products and outcomes of Enough Pie’s efforts. The four pillars for our work are economic justice, social justice, cultural preservation and environmental justice. Inclusivity is embedded in this process with a network of residents, artists, and activists. By shining a creative light on these pillars, we unite creative acts to hold civic leaders and developers more accountable to equitable and just growth.

How You Will Contribute to the Mission

By bringing your unique energy and curiosity to the team, you will be a dynamic change agent who is passionate about serving the community, engaging stakeholders, and building awareness around the impact of using artistic expression and creative placemaking to change systems. Paying close attention to detail, you will take pride in being an organized individual who can manage the database while tapping into your creative skills to design engaging events and initiatives that will build relationships with new and current donors who support Enough Pie’s mission and movement. 

Responsibilities Will Include

  • 50% Donor Relations and Grant Writing Support: Manage monthly reporting and communication in donor database to build relationships with donors; provide content for quarterly donor newsletter; manage new Pie Makers Program in partnership with Executive Director; serve as liaison between grant writer and EP team to ensure grant deadlines are met.   
  • 30% Event Management and Support: Manage logistics and details for all fundraising events; support other community events as needed with team; co-create and support development committee meeting agendas with development committee chair. 
  • 20% Administrative Support: Process checks and monthly expenses; Review monthly financials via Quickbooks with Executive Director and bookkeeper; process end of year paperwork to ensure organization is in good financial standing.

Skills and Qualifications

Strong project management and organization; solve problems quickly and collaboratively; accounts payable and receivable; creative writing and verbal communication skills, reliable transportation; proficient with computers and office equipment; inventory and supply management; Exercise cultural awareness and empathy when working with community members from diverse backgrounds; Knowledge of, and experience with, Google and Microsoft Suites, and Zoom. 

Compensation

The salary for this position is $40,000. Benefits include the opportunity to work a hybrid schedule between home and co-working office space. Phone stipend, allowance towards health insurance and generous paid time off. 

To Apply

Interested candidates should respond with their resume and brief letter of interest to work@enoughpie.org, sharing why you feel you should be our next stakeholder relations manager and why you would like to work in the Charleston Peninsula neighborhoods. Creatively include the word “spaghetti” in your letter at least once. 

Enough Pie believes in the power of a shared table, and co-creating new ones, to bring people together as we are committed to building an inclusive culture where all team members belong. This belief is practiced in our engagement as a team, and externally as we intentionally engage with neighbors, artists, small businesses owners, community partners, donors and activists.  We welcome you to bring your diverse skills and perspectives to the community table.   

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As a network of residents, artists, and activists, we shine a creative light on this area and unite through creative acts to hold civic leaders and developers more accountable to equitable and just growth.

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