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Ticketing and Sales Assistant

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£8.21 per hour
Application Deadline: 
06/08/2019

The Grand Opera House is a 1000 seat theatre in the heart of York.  Converted and opening as a theatre in 1902, it has since featured a broad and popular programme of live entertainment which continues to this day.  We present a broad programme of live theatre, music, comedy, and talks throughout the year from our beautiful venue near the river and many of York's tourist destinations.

We are recruiting a staff member for our Ticketing department, specifically from September to January, who will maximise ticket sales, memberships, packages and ancillary products, as well as being able to give customers the right information regarding the show, venue or city.  The successful applicants will possess excellent technological skills, and proactively support marketing campaigns and other venue initiatives.

Training will be held w/c 9th September, and the successful candidate must be able to work 9th September 2019 - 6th January 2020, including the Christmas holiday period.

You must be available to work some afternoons (from 11.45am) and evenings (until 8.15pm), in line with our opening hours.

Further information can be found in the full job description.

ATG is an equal opportunities employer.

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Engage Program Liaison

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July 30

Mid-America Arts Alliance is hiring for the part-time position of Engage Liaison for the Engage Program. Engage provides community centered professional and organizational development that focuses on leadership training for small to midsize arts and cultural organizations. Using a combination of workshops, coach consultations and peer to peer learning opportunities, Engage Houston works with participants to govern more effectively, become more fiscally astute and develop strategies to address community needs.  Development of these skills ensure long-term sustainability and improved community impact. Engage strengthens participating arts organizations and arts leaders, amplifying an arts ecosystem that supports the wider community.

Job Duties

  • Act as primary support for the Senior Program Officer and consultants with regards to the ENGAGE program.
  • Organize, attend, and take notes for all ENGAGE program related conference calls and meetings.
  • Organize and oversee all ENGAGE program related workshops and meetings by preparing materials, handling correspondence with participants, coordinating travel, food, and hotel arrangements.
  • Follow-up with project consultants to ensure timely collection of all consultant deliverables including invoices, consultant travel, and project reporting.
  • Oversee the preparation, delivery, and receipt of all project participant's applications, contracts, and   fees.
  • Manage all web-based communication tools used in program delivery including Survey Monkey, Dropbox, Google Docs, webinars, email, etc.
  • Oversee the maintenance of the ENGAGE program digital filing system for all division materials.
  • Maintain and monitor all program-related calendars.
  • Assist the Engage Evaluation Specialist in the distribution of Peer Sessions and Workshop surveys.

Working Conditions

Most work is of a sedentary nature, sitting at a desk using a computer, phone and other office equipment. While a majority of work occurs in relation to a long term plan, the ENGAGE Liaison will be required to be flexible to changing priorities and additional projects that may require overtime and the ability to manage short term deadlines.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Four year degree or equivalent experience
  • At least five years administrative level in the non-profit sector
  • Knowledge of graphic design software (Canva, Adobe Creative Suite, Photoshop)
  • Highly organized and detailed oriented
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Social media savvy
  • Creative problem solver
  • Collaborative worker
  • Database management experience
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Creative Arts and Crafts Teacher/Coordinator

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£10,300
Application Deadline: 
15 July 2019

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Part-time position - Creative Arts and Crafts Teacher/Coordinator
Pinner & Northwood Area.
Salary: £10,300/per annum

Start Date: 23rd July 2019
Working hours: Minimum hrs 23 hours per week (3 days + Sat morning)

Newly set up Art and Crafts Activity Club with a Montessori ethos is looking to recruit a new member to join their team. The club operates a weekly art club Mon-Fri term time & holidays. Will also operate 1 hour for the Sat Club. Looking for an enthusiastic arts and crafts teacher /coordinator to join our team with an arts background and a creative spark, who is energetic, driven, organized, with a cheery disposition and has a natural flair for creativity. 

Key Responsibilities:
•    To help coordinate and run the art and crafts activity club. 
•    To assist in daily planning, preparing the activity-based curriculum with the team providing innovative arts and crafts programme for the children.
•    To prepare the environment for each activity session and maintaining cleanliness and hygiene of equipment used. 
•    To help set up and set down for each activity session with your fellow co-workers and be able to job share all the work maintaining the smooth running of the environment.
•    Able to demonstrate and employ a wide range of artistic techniques and skills to suit the mixed age groups of children.
•    Working as part of a team to ensure the smooth running of the environment.

Candidate Requirements:
•    Strong background in Art and Design.
•    Creative and innovative.
•    Experience working with children and young people. 
•    Sound knowledge of the EYFS curriculum, safeguarding and child protection procedures.
•    Flexible, team player is willing to take on various tasks as required.
•    Updated CV and portfolio of artwork.
•    An up to date Enhanced DBS police check.
•    Ideally, hold a 12-hour Paediatric First Aid Certificate.
•    The right to work in the UK.
•    A clean, valid driving license.
 

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Box Office Associate

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6/27/19

The Groundlings Theatre and School is seeking a part-time Box Office / Front of House Associate to join our dynamic team for immediate hire. Qualified candidates should have strong customer service skills, be a proactive problem solver, and work well in a fast-paced environment. Experience in a theatre or working with Tessitura or similar ticketing platforms is a plus.  Must be available to work evenings and weekends, and can expect 10-15 hours regularly per week. Holiday/seasonal availability a must, as we have holiday shows. 

 

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MUSIC AND CULTURAL EDUCATION COORDINATOR (Part Time)

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£27,905 - £30,507
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30th June 2019

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MUSIC AND CULTURAL EDUCATION COORDINATOR

POST: Part Time (0.6 post, equivalent 3 days/22.2 hours pw)

Fixed term contract until 30 July 2020 (post will then be subject to review)

SoundStorm and Wave are Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole’s award winning music and cultural education services, hosted within BCP Council, leading the Music Education Hub and Cultural Hub for the conurbation.

The post is fixed term until 30 July 2020 and will support the team in delivery of its burgeoning programme of work, particularly the delivery of its Music Education Hub remit, plus other ongoing programmes and commissions.

It’s an exciting time to join the team, with a new National Plan for Music Education expected in the autumn, and the recent expansion of activities into Christchurch.

The person required should have significant project management experience, preferably in a music education or cultural setting, along with an ability to manage a varied programme of work. The post will involve considerable liaison with schools, partners and funders, so an efficient, personable and positive manner when dealing with stakeholders is essential. Because of the nature of the post, access to a car for business use is essential.

This is an exciting opportunity, joining a busy and friendly team at an important time in its development.

For an informal chat about the post, please phone Dan Somogyi (Team Leader) or Michael Armstrong (SoundStorm Manager) on 01202 451508

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Cataloger, East Harlem

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$12/hr
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As soon as possible

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This 1950's Abstract Expressionist Artist is currently cataloging her life's work. Come help organize a wide variety of paintings, watercolors and works on paper.

Compensation is available as a paid wage, or in exchange for free room and board in a private bedroom.

 

UPDATE - Position filled, thank you

Amaranth Ehrenhalt, http://www.amaranthehrenhalt.com

Responsibilities

Gently sort through and organize decades of artwork

Document and inventory work into a spreadsheet

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Organizational skills

Attention to detail

Caution when handling art

Camera or cellphone with camera

Laptop and ability to lightly edit photos

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