The AS220 Administrative Assistant provides administrative support for the day-to-day administration of AS220, its programs, and its entities, with an emphasis on assisting the Co-Directors (Managing and Artistic) and Operations Director. The Admin Assistant also supports the AS220 property management team with tenant management. This is a full time (40 hr/wk) position. For more information and instructions to apply, click here.
Incorporated in 1897, the Society of Arts and Crafts (SA+C) has been at the forefront of the American craft movement, fostering the development, sales, recognition, and education of crafts for over 100 years. SA+C’s dual mission is to encourage the creation, collection, and promotion of the work of contemporary craft artists and to advance the public appreciation of fine craft.
The next Executive Director will be a resilient leader and visionary who is motivated by a demanding environment and embraces the values of teamwork and collaboration. A proven track record of success in working with boards, staff, communities, and major donors to achieve goals is a must. The Executive Director will be a forward-looking and entrepreneurial self-starter with keen business acumen and strong people management skills to deliver results.
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The Smithsonian Artist Research Fellowship (SARF) program was launched in 2007 to provide outstanding visual artists from across the world a unique opportunity to work with Smithsonian museums, research sites, collections, and scholars, so they may conduct research that inspires new artwork. SARF Fellows spend one to two months in residence at the Smithsonian immersed in its unparalleled collections and multidisciplinary scholarly expertise, building connections between art, science, history and culture. The program embodies the depth and breadth of the Smithsonian. Fellows have studied not only what is on view in the Smithsonian’s nineteen museums and National Zoo, but also the vast collections in non-public areas, libraries, archives, gardens, laboratories, storage facilities and field sites in the U.S. and abroad.
This unique residency offers creative collaboration in a dynamic environment. It brings together Smithsonian scholars and distinguished visual artists from a variety of disciplines throughout the United States and abroad to explore cross-disciplinary connections. It allows the Smithsonian a unique opportunity to see the collections and resources in different ways. It inspires new directions and creative expression for both artists and Smithsonian staff. It strengthens the arts community within the Smithsonian and broadens public interest in and understanding of contemporary art. SARF fellowships are explicitly for artist research and do not require recipients to create or exhibit artwork.
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The Chorus of Westerly is seeking to fill three positions: a full time Deputy Executive Director, a part time Development Assistant, and a part time Marketing & Social Media Coordinator.
The Deputy Executive Director, a new position, will support the Chorus’s executive director in the day-to-day administrative management of the Chorus of Westerly. The deputy director’s duties will include project work and leadership in all major divisions of the Chorus administration. This includes, but is not limited to, event operations, organizational communications, and personnel management. The deputy director will also heavily focus on sustaining and expanding the Chorus’s fundraising efforts, taking a lead management role in key development programs and activities. In addition, the deputy director will work side-by-side with the executive director to design and develop the organization’s overall advancement strategies. The deputy director will supervise and manage two part-time positions to support his or her work, a marketing and social media coordinator and a development assistant.
The Development Assistant will support the Chorus’s development efforts by assisting the deputy executive director and executive director on all fundraising, development, and advancement projects, programs, and events. The coordinator will be primarily responsible for managing the Chorus’s donor database and tracking systems, for gift processing and donor acknowledgements for donations to all of the Chorus’s fundraising campaigns and event programs, and for supporting the deputy director in prospect research for corporate support, foundation grants, capital supporters, and new individual chorus donors. In addition, the development coordinator will serve as a secondary lead, with the deputy director, on most major Chorus fundraising events and the annual gala, as well as assist with other Chorus special projects as needed. The position is a part-time, hourly position, averaging 8 to 10 hours a week. There will be some weeks, usually around Chorus of Westerly major fundraisers, where additional hours may be offered and/or required. The pay rate for the position is $20 p/h, flat rate. The position is not benefits eligible.
The Marketing and Social Media Coordinator, a new position, will support the Chorus’s marketing, public relations, and communication efforts by assisting the deputy executive director and executive director on all marketing, communications, and social media projects for the organization. The coordinator will ensure basic tasks, releases, updates, and posts happen on schedule and frequently, both in coordination with carefully planned marketing schedules/content calendars and for last minute marketing or communication needs. The position is a part-time, hourly position, averaging 8 to 10 hours a week. There will be some weeks, usually around Chorus of Westerly concerts, where additional hours may be offered and/or required. The pay rate for the position is $20 p/h, flat rate. The position is not benefits eligible.
Since 1959, the Chorus of Westerly (a not-for-profit performing arts organization) has offered New England music and arts programming of the very highest level of quality and excellence. In its 54 years, the Chorus has presented more than 550 performances to over 1.6 million people. It is presently the only independent choral organization in the United States that combines adults and children in all performances throughout the entire concert season. What this means is that child members sing every concert of the season regardless to the programmed work’s length, size, or difficulty. Children are not called in just for certain concerts. They are members of equal rank with the adults and are held to the very same high standards.
Gallery Night Providence, a non-profit, visual art, membership, and event-focused organization, seeks an outgoing, energetic, organized, and detail-oriented coordinator, with arts-related experience, to manage membership, monthly events, the Gallery Night website, along with all related press and communication. Gallery Night offers free, educational, fun monthly tours of visual art venues in Providence and coordinates special initiatives with a visual art focus.
Coordinator oversees the operations of the organization, logistics of large-scale, monthly events (March through November), and is responsible for planning each month’s evening tour routes, bus transportation, and guides. Strong computer and interpersonal skills, along with the ability to identify and troubleshoot potential challenges are required. Proficiency with Google Drive, social networking sites, and Squarespace (web building software). Coordinator reports to Gallery Night Providence Executive Board.
Part-time, hourly, approximately 35–40+ hours per month, approx. $20/hr, $800/month
Must be available monthly the first Tuesday evening (January through December) and third Thursday afternoon and evening (March through November, 4:30-9:30 pm).
Please send a cover letter and resume to email@example.com by September 28, 2018.
Hera Gallery, a small non-profit arts organization, is looking for a new Director. This job is a part-time administrative position. For a complete job description and more information about Hera Gallery go to www.heragallery.org/director-application. Please send a cover letter and resume to Barbara Pagh, Hera Gallery, Box 336, Wakefield, RI 02880; or email to firstname.lastname@example.org by October 1, 2018.
Providence Community Library is seeking an experienced and entrepreneurial Director of Philanthropy, a fundraiser with a passion for people and libraries, who will grow individual giving, lay the foundation for fundraising for capital improvements, and develop a strong program of legacy giving. The annual operating budget for Providence Community Library is $5.6 million. Today, only 9% of that comes from philanthropy, most of which is from grants. We have a target of growing to three quarter to a million dollars of annual philanthropy over the next few years. Application deadline is October 4th. Click here for more information.