AMS Planning & Research Corp. (Southport)
Job Title: Analyst or Senior Analyst
Email letter of interest and resume to: Lynette Turner, firstname.lastname@example.org
Responsibilities: Industry and market research including interviews, surveys, literature reviews, and web research. Compilation and distillation of financial, activity, demographic, and other data to answer questions, identify trends, and support project decision-making. Synthesis and interpretation of findings from a variety of sources for a variety of audiences in reports and benchmarking studies. Strong organizational skills. Support for Principals, Directors, and Project Managers on a wide variety of project tasks.
Requirements: Analyst Position requirements include minimum of a bachelor’s degree and a demonstrated interest in arts and culture. Aptitude for using data and research to find conclusions; ability to develop and present ‘idea graphics’ and data visualization. Extensive experience producing professional documentation in Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint. Excellent Communication and Interpersonal Skills: demonstrated ability to write and speak clearly to communicate complex ideas to different audiences. Senior AnalystPosition requirements include minimum of a bachelor’s degree, at least 3 years’ job experience in a relevant position, and a demonstrated interest in arts and culture. Ability to design research and analyze results; experience with STATA and online demographic tools (or similar). Interest in and aptitude for the visual display of quantitative and qualitative information, including use of software and other tools for this purpose to develop and present ‘idea graphics’. Extensive experience producing professional documentation in Microsoft Excel, Word, and PowerPoint. Excellent Communication and Interpersonal Skills: demonstrated ability to write and speak clearly to communicate complex ideas to different audiences. AMS’s client base is diverse, and ease of engagement across disciplines and cultures is important. An interest in learning, pursuing ground-breaking ideas, and engaging in new experiences is crucial to success.
AMS Planning & Research Corp. (Southport)
Job Title: Arts Management Consulting Internship Engaging participants of Color
Email resume and cover letter, which articulates why you think you would be a good fit for this internship to: Lynette Turner, Senior Associate, email@example.com. Questions can be addressed to Lynette Turner at the same email address. This is a continuous opportunity. Please include your dates of availability.
Responsibilities: Founded with a deep commitment to the role of the arts in our communities, AMS has dedicated itself to working with arts and community leaders to develop ventures that are both effective and sustainable. Areas of focus include facility planning, strategy, policy, audience/market research and benchmarking. Tasks associated with the internship program include assisting with project planning & research efforts for small organizations, as well as major arts & cultural institutions; providing support with operations analyses for arts and culture organizations and facilities; assisting with research and writing; and conducting industry and consumer research. For more information about AMS visit our website at www.ams-online.com.
Requirements: Demonstrated interest in the arts and culture sector, strong writing, analytical, and communication skills. Research experience, financial analysis, project management capabilities, statistical analysis and financial modeling experience are desirable skills. Successful interns should be prepared to work in group settings, but also work independently, be detail oriented and have the ability to work on more than one project simultaneously. A desire to stay abreast of what is taking place in the arts and culture sector will be beneficial. By the end of the internship the intern will have the opportunity to write a white paper in his or her area of interest, in one of AMS’s core focus areas, with guidance from the AMS mentor. This is a hands-on internship and participants will be a part of the AMS culture, attending staff meetings and project meetings. The internship stipend is $600 a week for 12 weeks. Participants work a 40-hour week for 12 weeks. Travel and housing allowance may be available depending upon need. Three references will be required. Applicants must be United States citizens or have proper paperwork to work in the US.
Long Wharf Theatre
Job Title: P/T Operations Assistant
Email cover letter and resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Responsibilities: Assist the Operations Manager in maintaining theatre facilities. Maintaining cleanliness of public areas, office areas, and theatre exterior/grounds such as snow removal, performing set-up and clean-up for meetings and special events.
Requirements: Candidate should possess a strong work ethic and the ability to work independently. Must be able to climb stairs, work on your feet for extended periods of time, and lift 40lbs. Local applicants and those who enjoy live theater preferred. Annual, Part-time, Hourly ($11.50/hour), 10-20 hours/week, nights and weekends. Position is available immediately.
Neighborhood Music School
Job Title: Student Services Manager
Email completed application, cover letter and resume to: email@example.com. Application can be found at https://nmsnewhaven.org/about/jobs-and-internships. Applicants will not be considered if they don't submit all three of these items.
Responsibilities: A member of the management team, this position is responsible for ensuring that NMS delivers exemplary customer service in every external and internal interaction. The Student Services Manager (“SSM”) will seek to understand the client’s experience and expectations, finding appropriate solutions to problems and improving the overall student and parent experience. The SSM will educate students, parents and staff on the value provided by NMS programs. S/he will develop and train an efficient and customer-centric student services team, while also formalizing and documenting systems and processes. The SSM will foster a culture of ongoing performance feedback, continuous improvement and customer-satisfaction.
Requirements: Love of the arts, and a commitment to the NMS mission; Result-orientation and “ownership” mentality; Strong track record in customer-facing roles; Experience successfully managing and leading high-performing teams; Commitment to helping others grow and excel; Ability to prioritize, and manage multiple projects and timelines; Superior analytical and problem-solving skills; Ability to produce innovative and well thought out solutions while challenging the status quo and providing a fresh perspective; An affinity for leading change efforts; Proficient in using office technology, with experience in customizing and effectively utilizing database platforms; Experience using Microsoft Excel and Word as well as Google Doc, Google Sheets and Google Forms; Exceptional writing and communication skills; A collaborative approach, and a sense of humor; Bachelor’s degree required.
The Schwarzman Center at Yale University
Job Title: Director of Production
For a full job description and more information go to: https://schwarzman.yale.edu/position-available-director-production
Responsibilities: Have oversight of all aspects of performance-based production activity in 5+ multi-purpose venues in the center, ensuring smooth operations and safety throughout the process. Manage Schwarzman Center (SC) production team and production budget. Create an inclusive and respectful working environment around production activity at the Schwarzman Center. Carry out duties while exercising a high degree of autonomy and discretion.
The U.S. Census Bureau
Job Title: A variety of temporary jobs, including census takers, recruiting assistants, office staff, and supervisory staff
For more information and to apply go to: https://2020census.gov/jobs
Requirements: You must be at least 18 years old, have a valid Social Security number, and be a U.S. citizen.