Thank you for your interest in employment at Articulture!
Title: Administrative Coordinator
Job Description: Full time
POSITION: Is responsible for critical administrative and peripheral duties that help advance Articulture as follows:
Marketing and Publicity
Work with marketing committee and executive director to:
- Track and compile information for use in brochures, press releases, other marketing materials
- Maintain accurate and up-to-date information on website
- Maintain email list for MailC communications
Work with the volunteer committee and executive director to:
- Recruit and schedule volunteers for special projects, events, festivals and administrative tasks
- Recruit and supervise interns if needed
Work with the volunteer retail committee to:
- Manage intake of artist consignment items sold in retail space
- Maintain retail space in professional and welcoming condition
- Schedule and train responsible retail volunteers to process sales during open hours
- Order new retail art supplies
- Process retail sales during open hours
- Track and manage artist consignment payments on quarterly basis
- Manage and track class registrations and all related financials
- Track communications with students and teachers
- Manage donor/membership/lapsed-membership letters
- Field phone calls as needed
- Manage member/donor database
- Registration bookkeeping, bank deposits, as needed
- Other general duties as assigned
- Excellent computer skills, including experience with Microsoft Office Suite, QuickBooks, Google Drive
- Familiarity with web media and web-based HTML applications, or willing to learn
- Arts administration background, studio arts degree or related field preferred.
- Excellent communications and writing skills
- Ability to work in a flexibly evolving, team-oriented environment
- Strong desire to learn new things and accept new responsibilities
- Ability to work in a fast-paced, sometimes seemingly chaotic environment and produce high-quality and timely work
- Exceptional interpersonal skills to effectively work withstaff, board members, stakeholders, children, and diverse populations
- Self-starter able to initiate work, complete tasks, pay attention to detail, and meet deadlines with little supervision
Position Type and Expected Hours of Work
Job hours are weekdays with slightly flexible hours during the day. Some evenings and weekends will be required. Please note this description is not fully comprehensive of every required responsibility for this position and may evolve over time as needed.
Staff embrace the mission of ArtiCulture and work together to fully support its programming.
This is a desk position with the occasional lifting of up to 40 pounds in prepping for events or programs.
How to apply
Please email cover letter and resume to:
Elizabeth Greenbaum, Executive Director: firstname.lastname@example.org
No phone calls.
Articulture seeks artist-educators who can teach a variety of art classes and workshops serving students age 1 through adults. Our emphasis is on the act of making art and less so on final outcomes.
Focusing on arts education and bringing art experiences to communities in influential ways, we offer a variety of programming. Teaching artists may be involved in on-site art classes, Art & Healing partnership classes serving vulnerable populations, artist-in-residency programs at local schools, community events, and more.
This is a part-time, contractual position.
Candidates must be a professional practicing artist with a BA or BFA in Studio Art. A degree in Arts Education is a plus but not necessary. A minimum of two years previous teaching experience is a must.
How to apply
Send a cover letter and resume showing art and teaching experience along with examples of your work- images or link to artist's website. Application should be sent via email to: email@example.com
No phone calls or walk-ins.