AMS Planning & Research Corp (Southport)
Job Title: P/T Accounting Manager (20-25 hours a week; flexible)
Send resume and compensation history to: email@example.com
Responsibilities: Boutique arts management consulting practice is seeking an experienced full-charge bookkeeper to manage all aspects of professional services firm accounting: client billing and collections, monthly accrual basis closings, AR and AP, internal reporting, and benefits and contract administration. Collaborate with leadership on analysis and forecasting and provide coordination w/outside CPAs.
Requirements: Attention to detail and strong communication skills a must. Proficiency in PC-based accounting software, EXCEL and reporting tools. Prerequisite: 5 years of full-charge bookkeeping.
Arts for Learning Connecticut
Job Title: Executive Director
Application Deadline: February 29, 2019
Applicant instructions and job description can be found at: https://www.aflct.org/get-involved/employment-internship-opportunities.html
Artspace (New Haven)
Job Title: P/T Executive Assistant
For more information and to apply go to: artspacenewhaven.org
Application Deadline: January 15th, 2019
Choate Rosemary Hall
Job Title: Visual Arts Teacher (Start Date – August 2019)
To Apply: http://employment.choate.edu/job/95390/visual-arts-teacher
Requirements: The successful candidate will be a practicing artist with an expertise in a variety of media and the vision to build an emerging digital media program at Choate. Candidates should be capable of teaching all levels of experience with an emphasis on graphic design, animation, new and emerging media, filmmaking and photography. In addition to these specific areas of expertise, the successful candidate will have the ability to teach broad-based foundation level courses and drawing.
Eugene O’Neill Theater (Waterford)
Job Title: Director of Development
Email cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to: Charles Owens, Executive Search Consultant, Resonate Search Group, firstname.lastname@example.org, indicating “O’NEILL DEVO” in the subject line
Application Deadline: January 31, 2019
Responsibilities: The successful planning and execution of an annual and strategic development plan, ensuring optimal resources to serve the mission, programs, and operations of the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center. A major task will be the successful organization, tracking, and completion of an upcoming scholarship endowment campaign – partnering with the Executive Director. Other major tasks include: successfully organizing, tracking and completing the annual campaign and membership program, timely management of grant activities, and oversight of fundraising events, in conjunction with department staff.
Requirements: 3 or more years of development experience demonstrating success in multiple facets of fundraising (annual campaigns, major gifts, institutional giving, special events, etc.), preferably in a performing arts or other cultural environment. Bachelor’s degree highly recommended. Endowment or capital campaign experience highly desirable. Strong capacity for organization, keeping sensitive donor information secure and filed appropriately. Salesforce/PatronManager; MS Office, Google Apps suite. Should be able to balance multiple projects simultaneously, using judgment to determine priorities, and successfully moving multiple high-priority projects forward together. Comfort with public speaking, fluency with mission, and ease and elegance in written communication. Ability to work nights and weekends, especially during the intensive period of special events and performances in the spring and summer months. Ability to travel for Board of Trustee meetings, donor cultivation and solicitation, and special events – including frequent domestic and occasional international travel. Personal transportation required.
Job Title: P/T Annual Fund Coordinator
Email cover letter, resume and references to: Antay Bilgutay, Director of Development, email@example.com
Responsibilities: Working with the Director of Development and Manager of Development Operations, coordinate two annual fund campaigns per year (including direct mail and email components). Shepherd the components of the telefunding program. In collaboration with Development and Marketing colleagues, develop and maintain materials required to promote the annual giving campaign. Assist in the implementation of stewardship programs for donors. Participate on interdepartmental team that develops best practices for data management. Assist other members of the development staff in prospect management efforts at Hartford Stage. Serve as a company champion for best practices in prospect/moves management.
Skills Required: Experience working with database software. Fundraising experience (work, internship, volunteer work) preferred. Well organized, attention to detail, and ability to thrive in a collaborative team environment is key. Willingness and desire to grow in the field of development. Interest in the arts and theatre. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Be well-disciplined, flexible and adaptable. Have a good sense of humor and a positive attitude. Ability to work effectively in a creative, innovative and intellectual environment. Love of theatre. Exceptional attention to detail and commitment to follow-through. Knowledge of Tessitura or similar fundraising software is preferred. Knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel and Outlook) required.
Job Title: 2019/2020 Season Apprentices
Email cover letter, resume, references and supporting materials to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Application Deadline: March 1, 2019
Responsibilities: Apprenticeships are available in the following departments: Arts Administration; Artistic; Costumes; Development; Education; Electrics; Marketing/Communications; Production/Company Management; Properties and Technical/Scenic Arts. Most apprenticeships run September 2019 - May 2020. Housing, parking and weekly stipend provided. For details about each position visit www.hartfordstage.org.
Long Wharf Theatre
Job Title: P/T Operations Assistant
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The Shoreline School of Art and Music (Branford)
Job Title: P/T Art Teachers
Contact: Richard Milgram, email@example.com or 203-481-4830
Yale College, Undergraduate Production Office
Job Title: Production Supervisor
Email cover letter and resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Responsibilities: Assisting with the hiring, training, scheduling, and data reporting functions of the House Manager program, and assisting with the supervision and house management of student productions. Responsibilities would also include maintaining house manager kit inventories and assisting with ticketing.
Requirements: Documented knowledge of and experience in event safety and theater management. Knowledge of theatrical lighting and sound systems desired. Proficiency in Microsoft Excel.