Project Coordinator – Stewardship & Arts Industry (30 hours / week)

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  • Job ID 5090

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$20-25 / hr. + Great Benefits!

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Our manufacturing client, a leader in kitchen & bath products and design is seeking a Project Coordinator for their Stewardship / Sustainability team! This is a wonderful opportunity for anyone that has a passion for stewardship, sustainability and the arts. New grads welcome to apply! 

This role is 30 hours / week and will be onsite in Kohler, WI flexible hours with 1 day working from home. 

Position Title: Project Coordinator – Stewardship & Arts Industry
Department: Stewardship
Group: Sustainable Living

Our social impact efforts are intimately tied to what we value as a company: people connecting globally and acting locally, purposeful innovation, and the natural world as a limited resource and welcome respite. It’s what we value and where we can make a measurable difference.

Reporting to the Manager- Stewardship, the Project Coordinator – Stewardship will provide administrative support for the Arts Industry Operations Lead and project support for company’s Stewardship; including the management of scheduling, preparation of Authorized Corporate Transactions (ACTs) and purchase orders for the Arts Industry team, planning and support of company’s Campus Stewardship Initiatives and communications and storytelling.

Support Stewardship Initiatives

  • Assist with planning and executing volunteer activities for company associates and teams.
  • Support campus visits and field trips with community partners to engage students with compacareers.
  • Develop toolkits and resources for internal teams looking to engage in Stewardship.
  • Assist with Stewardship events, including Run/Walk for Safe Water, United Way Campaign, Road America Run/Walk, Day of Caring, and other volunteer initiatives.
  • Support the Project Leader – Stewardship, with Global Grant request intake, response, and approvals.
  • fSupport Global Impact Reporting data collection, and storytelling efforts.

Support Stewardship Communications

  • Assist with story-collection and communication of Stewardship efforts.
  • Track and gather global Stewardship initiatives and associate activations.
  • Assist with completion of Annual Stewardship Report.
  • Facilitate associate communications through eblasts, internal intranet / app, storytelling, newsletters, and other channels.
  • Facilitate and support Stewardship promotional and recognition items.

Support Arts Industry Administrative Tasks

  • Manage financial transactions such as creating purchase orders, processing invoices, vendor set up, processing supply orders, writing Authorized Corporate Transactions, and budget reconciliation.
  • Facilitate contractor onboarding and exit activities, including Fieldglass entry, orientation, IT setup, access badge management, and completion of required documents.
  • Coordinate travel arrangements, including both domestic and international trips, for resident artists and contractors.
  • Provide support for meetings, special events, and presentations.
  • Coordinate with the Arts Industry team to schedule and process payments for shipping and receiving artwork.


Supervisory Relationships:

  • Reports to Manager – Stewardship

Organization Relationships:

  • Frequent contact with Arts Industry Operations Lead and Project Leader – Stewardship.
  • Frequent contact with Sustainable Living team members.
  • Frequent contact with functional managers and business units for associate action events.
  • Occasional contact with Chief Sustainable Living Officer and other business leaders, sales, and marketing communications.

External Business Relationships:

  • Regular contact with community organizations.



  • Asociates degree in business or related field required. 

Skills & Competencies:

  • Interacting with the public demands excellent communications skills and professional disposition.
  • Strong computer skills required.
  • Self-directed and able to prioritize and achieve results within deadlines.
  • Conducts oneself and manages information in a confidential manner.
  • 1-3+ years work experience and interaction with schools, nonprofits preferred.


PLEASE NOTE: Position is located in Kohler, WI. Hybrid work/office (onsite 4 days a week, and work from home 1 day / week)

The target hiring compensation range for this role is $20-25 / hr. Compensation is based on several factors including, but not limited to education, relevant work experience, relevant certifications, and location.


About Aquent Talent:

Aquent Talent connects the best talent in marketing, creative, and design with the world’s biggest brands. 

Our eligible talent get access to amazing benefits like subsidized health, vision, and dental plans, paid sick leave, and retirement plans with a match. We also offer free online training through Aquent GymnasiumMore information on our awesome benefits

Aquent is an equal-opportunity employer. We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, and other legally protected characteristics. We’re about creating an inclusive environment—one where different backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives are valued, and everyone can contribute, grow their careers, and thrive.

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