City of Asylum builds a just community by protecting and celebrating freedom of creative expression. We provide sanctuary to endangered literary writers and artists, so that that they can continue to create and their voices are not silenced. We offer a broad range of free literary, arts, and humanities programs in a community setting to build social equity through cultural exchange. And by transforming blighted properties into homes for our programs, we anchor neighborhood economic development.
We are committed to the value of diversity and the importance of writers and artists in building our organization. Applications and inquiries will be treated confidentially.
Job Description: COA Bookstore Manager oversees all aspects of COA’s independent and online bookstore. The Bookstore Manager will work with senior COAP management and advisors to curate our book and merchandise inventory and manage book program P&L. For details on duties, salary range, and how to apply, please see full job description here.
The Marketing Manager will build institutional loyalty, increase the diversity of audiences, grow donations from individuals, and increase sales in affiliate businesses. A strong candidate is equally proficient with day-to-day marketing activities and long-term strategizing. They have experience designing, creating and implementing data-driven marketing campaigns to personalize communications to acquire, cultivate and retain audiences and donors. For details on duties, salary range, and how to apply, please see full job description here.