Job Opportunities

Thank you for considering employment with Propeller. To learn more about employment, internship, and volunteer opportunities, email us at jobs@gopropeller.org.

We’re Hiring!

See below for available positions to join our team at Propeller:

Propeller is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer. Women and minority individuals are encouraged to submit applications.


Executive 360 Degree Evaluation, Request for Proposals

Your Role
Propeller is in search of a consultant to conduct a 360 degree/multi-rater assessment of their senior employee(s). This assessment will be a pilot that Propeller hopes to extend to all internal customer-focused positions (e.g., human resources roles, communications roles, etc.).

We anticipate the following steps:

Consultant qualifications:

To be considered:

Interested parties should submit their proposals to Monique Thomas, Propeller’s Talent and Culture Coordinator, at mthomas@gopropeller.org.


Propeller Incubator Host, Work Trade

Your Role

As a host, you will be the first point of contact for our members, guests, and curious community members who come into the space. Your job is to orient all stakeholders to make sure that everyone is getting the most out of Propeller Incubator, our community and resources.

Host Responsibilities

Time Commitment

As a host we ask you to commit to working 15 hours per month for a 2 – 6 month time frame.

Compensation

During 2- 6 months of your hosting, you will receive a co-working membership with 24/7 access, introductions and mentoring from Propeller staff when requested, references from Propeller team members, and access to meeting and event spaces for your own activities if needed.

To Apply:

APPLY HERE


Programs Coordinator

Position Overview
This position is responsible for supporting program management to oversee Propeller’s programmatic policies, logistics, processes, events, and timelines. The mission of this position is to achieve the smooth execution of programmatic events; high satisfaction in the mentor, pro bono, and subject matter expert networks; and high value-add alumni programming. This position reports to program management and works closely with fellow members of the programmatic team.

Salary: $37,000+; benefits (health, dental, vision) package
Start Date: February 2018 (or earlier); full-time

Key Responsibilities
Executive Mentor, Pro Bono, and Subject Expert Programs

Propeller Alumni Programming

Accelerator and PitchNOLA Logistics

Critical Competencies

To Apply
Application Deadline: January 19, 2018; we recommend early applications and may fill the position before the deadline.

Application Directions: Apply online here by presenting your resume, cover letter, and responses to the questions below. In your cover letter, please explain how you heard about Propeller and your interest and qualifications in the position.

APPLY HERE

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Neighborhood Business Program Associate

Position Overview
The Neighborhood Business Program Associate will be responsible for designing and implementing systems and materials that will expand the program capacity, outreach, and community presence of Propeller The Associate will play a critical role in growing the funding for and number of neighborhood businesses served in Propeller’s South Broad Business Initiative. The mission of this position is to positively impact New Orleans’ economic disparities by improving Propeller’s systems around programming, interdepartmental effectiveness, and operations in the area of economic development.

Application Deadline: March 18, 2018
Start Date: April 2017
Term: 1 Year *There may be an option to serve for an additional year.
Salary: Volunteer Stipend of $11,848 annually

Benefits:

Vacation:

Major Responsibilities & Outcomes

Sector Advocacy, Policy, and Research

Network-Building

Sector Strategy Support

Critical Competencies

To Apply
Application Deadline
March 18, 2018; we recommend early applications and may fill the position before the deadline.

Application Directions

Apply here by presenting your resume and responses to the questions below:
● Why are you passionate about Community Building, Programming, and Equitable Economic Development?
● What do you think will be your greatest strength in this role? In what way do you think you will need to grow the most to be successful in this role?
● What do you find gives you the most energy in your current work?
● What drains your energy the most in your current work?

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Incubator Events and Facilities Contractor

Position Overview
The Events and Facilities Contractor is a part-time position to provide on-site event management, event bookings and recruitment, and administrative and facilities support to the Propeller Incubator Manager. The Contractor is responsible for all onsite events management and coordination of facilities activities to ensure clean, efficient, and safe operations of the Propeller Incubator including:

Start Date: Immediate

Compensation: $12/hour, 20-30 hours/week

Critical Competencies

Required:

Preferred:

To Apply

Application Deadline
January 28 at 11:59 PM. We recommend early applications and may fill the position before the deadline.

APPLY HERE

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Intern

Your Role

Propeller hires and works with unpaid interns in order to provide growth and learning opportunities to students in high schools, universities, colleges, and trade schools and/or to provide volunteer experience to non-students.
We accept applications for internships year-round. Selection is based on the applicant’s interest and Propeller’s need. We accept applications for internships in all departments:​ ​programs, fundraising and development, marketing, business and operations, and incubator management.
We ask that our interns commit at least 5 hours per week for 5 weeks in order to gain the most meaningful experience.

APPLY HERE

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