Concordia Conservatory is looking to hire a Creative Arts Therapist to serve Special Education Students in the Stamford Public School District, serving students with a range of neurological and physical disabilities. Part-time, 25 hours per week – from January through June.
Bachelor’s degree in Art or Music Therapy, experience working with special needs children
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Provide in classroom art/music therapy in 15 Stamford Public Schools (K-12)
Working with verbal and non-verbal students with autism spectrum disorder, neurological dysfunction and developmental and/or cognitive disabilities
If interested, send cover letter/resume to: Kathleen Suss / email@example.com
AMS Planning & Research‘s Expanding Pathways to Consulting Fellowship Program, designed to engage members of BIPOC populations, is seeking its next fellows.
Program participants will be mentored by recognized sector leaders and engage in valuable training and dialogue with a professional staff that collectively has decades of expertise in the arts and culture arena.
Tasks associated with the fellowship program include assisting with project planning and research efforts for small organizations as well as major arts and cultural institutions; supporting quantitative analysis; assisting with research and writing; and conducting industry and consumer research. Please review our fellowship position for details and how to apply.
The Ridgefield Library seeks a detail-oriented team member with strong database and communication skills to join our staff as the full-time Development Assistant. The Development Assistant is responsible for the maintenance of our extensive Raiser’s Edge donor database, including data/gift entry and acknowledgement, maintaining the integrity, confidentiality and accuracy of all donor information, and processing, reconciling and reporting donation transactions. Relevant educational and/or nonprofit work experience required. Salary range is $43,000-$47,000/year with an attractive benefits package.
Please visit our website for more information: https://ridgefieldlibrary.org/about-the-library/library-team/join-our-time/
Bruce Museum (www.brucemuseum.org) seeks a FT on-site staff member to provide efficient, flexible, and discrete administrative support for the high-paced Development Department at an exciting moment in Museum history—helping with correspondence and mailings; database, list management, and reporting duties; filing, minute taking, and event staffing. For further details, including salary, benefits, and how to apply, please visit the referenced website
ACT of CT is hiring a part-time Social Media and Marketing Coordinator to join our team and help continue the success and growth of the ACT of CT community presence in the world. This position is responsible for assisting with content initiatives and community management across various platforms, including but not limited to Instagram, Twitter, Facebook. Coordinator will assist with all elements of social media and marketing including but not limited to content scheduling and development, engagement, community management. Knowledge of Photoshop and/or In Design as well as Final Cut (or other video editing software) is imperative. Coordinator must be organized and personable. Please email resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Aldrich seeks an experienced Director of Finance and Administration. Responsibilities: budgeting, forecasting, reporting, audit, A/P, A/R, payroll, benefits administration; leasing, procurement, IT. Qualifications: 7-10 years, BA in finance/accounting; Proficiency with financial/payroll systems, Excel, Financial Edge/Paychex; Management of HR and IT; Analytic; Excellent interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills; Ability to prioritize, collaborate and remain flexible; Direct staff supervision; Passion for non-profits; Integrity/discretion in dealing with confidential information. Details on website. Send cover letter, resume to: email@example.com, with the subject line “Director of Finance and Administration.”
The Education Manager will support the Education Department in developing and delivering innovative, enriching, and creative strategies for engagement with Pre-K through 12 students; college and university student; alternative learning communities, educators, and teens as well as public programming for the Museum’s audience at large in tandem with the Education Assistant and Director of Education.
Please see full job description at www.thealdrich.org/about
The Guild seeks teachers of all mediums, for all ages, in all fields of artistic endeavor. Contact the Guild by phone: 203-438-8863, or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.