We are hiring! Associate Director Position

After 33 years of sharing African films with Portland, PCC is dedicated to continuing our mission of education and bridging cultural and generational divides through African film. Our world needs international perspectives now more than ever. We are looking to hire an Associate Director with a love of African film, culture, and building community in the Portland area and beyond! Please share this rare job opportunity with those who have a specific interest in building a community in Portland around African and African diaspora films, culture, and representation! See more info below and CLICK HERE for the full job posting.

The Associate will assist the Director with the annual budget, festival preparations, and presenting the African Film Festival.

Position Start: August 18, 2022 (Contract renews annually in June)

Hours per week: 10 hrs. average / Additional Hours during festival Season (Jan-March)

Pay Rate: 700 hours at $20/hr

Location: Hybrid / Remote & On-Site during Festival and Committee Events

To Apply: Please submit the following items to Aviva McClure (CFAF Director), no later than August 5, 2022, for best consideration. (aviva.mcclure@pcc.edu)

  • A current resume

  • A cover letter addressing the following questions (not to exceed 1 page):

    • Why are you interested in this position?

    • How do you meet the qualifications?

    • The Cascade Festival of African Films is the longest-running African film festival in the United States and offers 5 weeks of free screenings in honor of Black History Month. We exclusively screen films by African and African diaspora filmmakers. What does our tagline “Africa through African Lenses” mean to you?