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The Center for Arts-Inspired Learning (CAL) is seeking cover letters and resumes for two Site Coordinator positions for the Summer 2019 ArtWorks program.
ArtWorks will take place at two central locations in downtown Cleveland, OH. The program will operate June 26–August 1, Monday-Friday, 9:30am–3:30pm, though some Saturdays and evenings may be required.
Site Coordinators will work closely with administrative staff, professional teaching artists and teen-aged apprentices to primarily coordinate the day-to-day operations on-site at a single location, maintaining open communication among CAL staff, artists, apprentices and supporting partners. Site Coordinator must have consistent access to a reliable vehicle for transportation of him/herself and supplies between the CAL office in University Circle and the ArtWorks work locations.
Coordinate multiple program events in cooperation with ArtWorks Manager
Be responsible for communication of important updates and information between apprentices, teaching artists, parents, the public, and ArtWorks Manager
Monitor and support program-wide adherence to ArtWorks policies and procedures
Supervise and document the security and safety of the ArtWorks site, materials, and participants
Assist in developing, distributing, and collecting ArtWorks documents and materials for staff and apprentices as needed
Assist ArtWorks management with specific projects as necessary, including administrative tasks before, during, and after the program.
Preferred candidates will have attained or be finishing a bachelor’s degree in an arts administration, education or related field, have experience within the arts, display excellent written and oral communication skills, be proficient with Microsoft Word and Excel applications (specifically mail merges and professional letter writing), and demonstrate initiative to solve problems as they arise. Applicants with experience in event coordination, complex schedule management, and leadership of young adults preferred. Beneficial, but not required: experience with Photoshop or other graphic design software, photography, and use of Google Drive. An interview and professional references are required for finalists. A background check must be completed at the applicant’s expense and approved prior to employment.
The Site Coordinator positions are temporary and part-time with a salary of $12 per hour, paid twice per month. The Site Coordinator will have a flexible schedule (5-10 hours/week) prior to the program (May-June) and will work 35-40 hours per week, Monday through Friday, from June 17–August 3, 2017. The daily starting time for Site Coordinators will be 9am and the daily ending time will be 4pm unless otherwise specified. Exceptions will be made for special events scheduled on occasional evenings and/or Saturdays.
Interested applicants must submit a current resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org, no later than Friday, March 22, 2019.