After nearly two years under the leadership of Cassidy Quistorff as Executive Director of Klamath Film, she is stepping down effective at the end of December for other career pursuits. Klamath Film Board Chair Kurt Liedtke will step in as interim Executive Director — he previously served as Executive Director for two years 2019-2021.
Klamath Film is seeking to hire a new permanent Executive Director. The position is paid — considered part-time — with hours varying depending on time of year and upcoming events. Busiest times are summer and fall surrounding the annual Klamath Independent Film Festival. Duties include grant writing, scheduling, accounting, event organization, promotion, networking, film liaison, marketing, meetings, and other duties as assigned.
Candidates should have an interest in non-profit organizations, filmmaking, education, and the arts, but experience in any of those fields is not required. Training will be provided, with job oversight by the Klamath Film Board of Directors. The position is grant-funded, with pay increase potential based on success in grant-writing.
Interested in being Klamath Film’s new executive director? Submit a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Klamath Film Board members serve three-year volunteer positions, as well as two at-large positions elected by Klamath Film’s members for one-year terms. As 2023 draws to a close several terms are expiring, affording opportunities for YOU to be a bigger part of the organization. Board members do not need to reside in Klamath County, board meetings are held once a month.
Board members after serving a three-year term must take one year off before applying to return to the board. The positions are non-paid, and board members do not need to have experience in film — only an interest in helping guide a nonprofit organization dedicated to a culture of filmmaking in the Klamath Basin.
Interested in being a Klamath Film board member? Submit a resume to email@example.com.