There are jobs and then there are chances to make a difference. From education and performing arts, to amplifying minority businesses, and more, Indiana Black Expo is focused on improving the lives of individuals and families in Indiana. Work with us and be part of that positive impact on our communities. Explore our current job openings below.
Work That Makes an Impact
Tobacco Prevention Cessation Coordinator
Oversees the implementation of IBE’s statewide tobacco prevention program by collaborating with IBE Chapters and statewide tobacco control partners to develop strategic initiatives and engage with relevant organizations, government agencies, and leaders in the community to successfully execute and advance programs designed to decrease tobacco use and educate the community on tobacco cessation resources and advocate for smoke-free air policy changes across the state.
Accounts Receivable/ Box Office Manager
The Accounts Receivables/Box Office Manager under the guidance of the Director, Finance Department, works closely with all departments and members of the finance team. The position incumbent is responsible for daily sales and receipts in the AR Office and Box Office environment, timely and accurate billings, account receivables, cash management, answering questions from callers, customers and vendors. This position serves as a receivables and administrative support for all Indiana Black Expo activities. The incumbent must provide a strong customer service environment.
The IBE Community Learning Hub will serve the academic needs of disadvantaged and underrepresented students as well as students at risk of not graduating high school. Tutors are responsible for leading one-on-one or small group lessons that cater to the needs and goals of students including reviewing principles, solving problems, and reviewing for tests.
Performing Arts Academy Instructors – Contract position
IBE’s Performing Arts Academy is seeking qualified instructors or coaches, who have the capacity to teach classes to middle and high school students to expand their skills for dancing, video, photography, music, film and television. Instructors will teach classes after school hours or on the weekend. Classes will range from 90 minutes to 2-hours in length per session. The instructors are expected to help students develop their skills in the performing arts.