Chief Administrative Officer (Part Time – 28 hours)
The chief administrative officer of the organization reports to the board of directors and assists them in enriching lives and creating community through the arts.
General Office Support
- Answer phones, take ticket orders, answer patron questions
- Process credit card orders
- Provide assistance at events
- Organize & file
- Assist with keeping the office tidy
- Create reports and documents needed for Grant-Writing, Board Meetings, etc.
- Create and update office forms
- Provide additional support to board
- Responsible for processing ticket and registration fees
- Organize advanced ticket sale orders for events
- Work with online ticket agency to enhance ticket purchases for patrons
- Maintain spreadsheet of ticket purchasers
- Act as the representative and advocate of the organization with government agencies, insurance companies, community and local business groups and other arts organizations.
- Comply with all local, state, and federal legal requirements.
- Represent the organization by participating in key associations and organizations, serving on committees and advisory groups, and speaking in public settings.
- Manage Membership Program (with assistance from bookkeeper)
- Manage Newsletter and Website Development (with assistance from Graphic Designer)
- Manage Sponsor Solicitation (with assistance from volunteers)
- Manage volunteer staffing in office and at events
- Responsible for development, execution, marketing, and follow-up of all REAA programs
- Responsible for the creation and staffing of the programs
- Provide input and support on all programs
- Administer, support, and oversee the development, implementation, and evaluation of the educational programs and services that support the mission.
- Lead fundraising efforts, including supporting the Board’s involvement in fundraising, personally cultivating donors, and implement fundraising plans and policies approved by the Board.
- Experience in a non-profit arts management/leadership position, with demonstrated experience in fundraising, grant writing and marketing.
- Possess strong budgeting and financial management skills.
- Demonstrate capacity to lead, manage, motivate and inspire the organizations team.
- Have experience in marketing, advertising and public relations activities, including driving growth in ticket sales and associated revenues.
- Exhibit excellent interpersonal leadership, and communications (both written and oral) skills.
- Demonstrate a strong work ethic, stamina and passion.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.
How to Apply:
Please send a letter of interest, resume and salary requirements to the board of directors, at: BOD@upwitharts.org
June 10, 2017