The Coven’s Programming Director role is integral to the support and growth of The Coven, ensuring our events and workshops are thoughtful, organized, and properly communicated. Your primary role will be to design programming partnerships and a schedule that exceeds our members’ expectations and drives interest from potential members.  

Events at The Coven spark transformation in our community through life-enriching content that is relevant and resonates with a broad intersection of our community. Events at The Coven are unique to our space, broaching topics you can only find here. Our Programming Director will possess a strong curatorial and creative point of view, be tapped into the cultural pulse of the Twin Cities and beyond, and be a driver - someone who can think strategically but isn’t shy about getting shit done.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Programming Planning

    • Proactively seek programming opportunities by keeping a pulse on the presence of national personalities in the Twin Cities (i.e., authors on book tours who may want to swing by The Coven for an event). Lead outreach to speakers and content creators to sell them on sharing their talents and knowledge with The Coven.

    • Use connections with local venues and potential partners to build strong promotional relationships in the community.

    • Work with Coven teammates to plan programming for the year and ensure our speakers, facilitators, and panelists are representative of the community we serve.

    • Create briefs for each engagement to ensure high quality execution and facilitation of events hosted by The Coven.

    • Manage our master programming calendar, scheduling events and workshops in tandem with local Coven GMs and staff.

    • Coordinate logistics with our programming partners and Coven staff.

  • Programming Communications

    • Develop communications plans for events and workshops, partnering with our social community manager to ensure members are aware of what’s happening when.

    • Write event titles and descriptions in partnership with community manager for communications.

    • Work with community manager to set up EventBrite registrations for events and update our website with programming details.

Salary: $40-50K with potential for stock options

If this sounds like you, email a resume and cover letter to