The mission of The Pablove Foundation is to invest in underfunded, cutting-edge pediatric cancer research and improve the lives of children living with cancer through the arts.

Title: Shutterbugs Program Manager
Reports to: Director of Shutterbugs Programs

Pablove Shutterbugs, our signature arts education program, teaches children living with cancer to develop their creative voice through the art of photography. The Shutterbugs Program Manager will oversee Shutterbugs programming at assigned  national sites and engage communities to join our team of storytellers and advocates that address childhood by helping kids live – a love filled life today – and a cancer free life tomorrow.


The Shutterbugs Program Manager will have the following responsibilities, including but not limited to:

  • Oversee Pablove Shutterbugs programming in assigned cities for both in-person and virtual classes
  • Develop and monitor curriculum needs for participatory and healing arts programming
  • Supervise a dedicated team of assigned Local Teaching Artists (LTAs)
  • Support and develop resources that enables LTAs to meet, improve their teaching, share ideas, and problem solve
  • Develop and maintain hospital partner relationships and other communications to support recruitment of Shutterbugs into the program
  • Engage local stakeholders and families to join The Pablove Foundation community, including advocacy and fundraising for pediatric cancer research
  • Support our team ethos and collaborate closely with members of the programs team and other Pablove staff
  • Liaise with the other Pablove team members to identify media opportunities, and support fundraising initiatives in each municipality
  • Collaborate with Director of Shutterbugs Programs to oversee national program efforts and ensure its alignment with Pablove’s strategic plan
  • Other tasks as assigned


  • 2+ years experience in arts and education programming with increasing responsibilities and leadership
  • Curriculum development, preferably for youth arts programming
  • Demonstrated experience with visual arts, preferably photography


  • Solid experience in supervising teaching artists or other contractors
  • Track record in programming with youth in arts education or photography
  • Telecommuting experience
  • Ability to stay organized while advancing and tracking multiple tasks and project
  • Ability to fluently speak, read and write Spanish


  • An incredible passion for our mission that invigorates and excites everyone with whom you share it
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Strong judgment and decision making
  • Ability to prioritize across multiple projects
  • Teamwork and customer service
  • Enthusiasm, dedication and sense of humor with a drive to succeed

The Pablove Foundation Values
We approach our work with love, warmth and connection
We set an ambitious path of transformational growth for our community and ourselves
To become more effective, we pursue knowledge – as we get smarter, we get stronger
Art, creativity, and aesthetics guides our outlook and attitudes toward life
We have a relentless focus on quality by being inspired and extraordinary
Diversity and inclusion guide our decision making
We take a fun approach to our serious work


We provide an excellent package of health, vision, and dental, 403(b) retirement plan, medical flexible spending account, and a flexible time off policy (just get your work done!), and paid holidays. All employees at The Pablove Foundation undertake other duties as needed and all positions require some flexible work hours, including evenings and weekends. The Pablove Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

How to Apply

To apply, please submit a resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to