Todd Anderson, 2021
Enriching The Spirit Of Utah
By working with local arts agencies, historical societies, volunteer organizations, libraries, and museums, as well as the state's many indigenous and minority groups, the professionals in our department improve the lives of individuals and communities throughout Utah.
The department provides a fast paced, collaborative, and energetic work environment that supports employees in balancing work and homelife. We actively encourage flexible work schedules and telecommuting options where it makes sense, as well as participation in exercise and mass transit programs.
OPEN CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
The Utah State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) within the Department of Cultural and Community Engagement (CCE) is seeking qualified applicants for a new full-time, benefitted position to coordinate the Utah Main Street Program (UMSP).
This Statewide Coordinator position would serve as the main point of contact for the Utah Main Street Program (UMSP), develop and implement trainings, ensure community success in the program, manage the administrative needs of the program including grant administration and contracting, develop and maintain a data system to track and manage the program and its metrics, engage with planning departments, and in all ways promote the importance of the Main Street Program. Other duties will be to support the preservation efforts of the SHPO and its various program areas.
CCE seeks a Junior Salesforce Administrator to assist with the planning and implementation of select projects and activities on the Salesforce platform. The ideal candidate will have a blend of basic business analysis and project management skills, strong communication skills, and hands-on experience configuring Salesforce.
UServeUtah is seeking an AmeriCorps Seniors Program Coordinator who will be responsible for overseeing the Senior Companion and Foster Grandparent programs in Carbon, Emery, and Grand counties. The selected individual will be responsible for the daily management of these programs including recruitment, training and volunteer placement.
The new Return Utah program is similar to an internship designed for adults looking to re-enter the workforce after an extended absence. These opportunities are structured as return-to-work positions that provide the experience, training, skills, and mentoring an individual needs to return to the workforce.
Return Utah is a 16-week program for people who have taken a career break of at least two years for reasons such as starting or raising a family, caring for a family member, military service, continuing education, or other personal/career related reasons.