DANCECleveland seeks a part-time Administrative Coordinator to work in our Cleveland, OH office.
DANCECleveland’s mission is to bring the passion and verve of contemporary and modern dance to the hearts and minds of people in northeast Ohio. We accomplish this by:
As a curator, commissioner, and collaborator, DANCECleveland works to advance the art form of dance within our community. We are one of just a few stand-alone, dance-only presenters in the United States and are a resident company of Playhouse Square. Our 2023-243 season celebrates the joy of movement with performances from Music from the Sole, PHILADANCO!, Paul Taylor Dance Company, SALT Contemporary Dance, and Vertigo Dance Company.
The Administrative Coordinator is an integral part of a team of people who are dedicated to advancing DANCECleveland’s mission and activities. This role requires someone who is a fast learner, problem solver, and team player, with an inclination for technology and exceptional customer service skills. The Administrative Coordinator will provide customer service and administrative functions including office administration and support, subscription sales, ticketing and donor database management, and maintenance of organizational equipment and files.
Responsibilities and Expectations:
Information Management and Administrative Support:
Ticketing and Customer Service:
Fundraising and Governance:
Performances and Events:
The Administrative Coordinator will be a highly organized professional with excellent customer service skills and phone presence. The Administrative Coordinator should be a proactive, team-oriented problem solver, and will excel at independent work as well as team-based collaboration.
DANCECleveland is committed to doing our part to effect change towards diversity, equity, and inclusion in the landscape of modern dance and beyond. We are committed to reflecting inward at our organization, and we seek ways to fight the roots of injustice from the inside out. We are here to listen, learn, challenge, and change together, and we seek team members who share these values and are ready to apply them to their work.
Skills and Experience:
The ideal candidate will hold a Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent combination of education and experience, and will have a minimum of two years of administrative and customer service experience. Additionally, the most competitive candidates will possess the following skills:
Part-Time, non-exempt, 25 hours per week, Monday – Friday, plus occasional evenings/weekends for performances and special events. This role may be performed as a hybrid position, but at least 3 days per week (15 hours) in the office are required at this time.
$20 per hour, plus part-time benefits package including health expense reimbursement arrangement, paid time off, monthly technology stipend, and all company holidays (prorated to align with days/hours employee is regularly scheduled to work).
This is a non-exempt position eligible for overtime pay when more than 40 hours per week are worked (advance approval from supervisor required).
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