POSITION OPENINGS – Project Manager & Analyst

AMS Planning & Research Corp., a leading international consulting practice serving the arts,
culture, and entertainment industries, is seeking a qualified professionals for full-time
employment as a Project Manager and an Analyst.

AMS is seeking individuals who enjoy working with producers and presenters and using data,
examining its various implications, synthesizing, and effectively communicating key take-aways.
Successful applicants will understand financial reports such as audits, budget-to-actuals, profit
and loss statements, and form 990s. They will also be versed in survey development and analysis
and various methods of community engagement and research.

Children’s Art Teacher at the School of Visual Arts of the Greenwich Art Society

Greenwich Art Society
Seeking qualified children’s art teacher for our popular Saturday program.

We are an established art center in Greenwich seeking an experienced, visual arts teacher for our children’s Saturday program, ages 6-12.

Looking for someone local to Greenwich area who can commit to build on this long-running program in creative and age-appropriate foundational art skills for kids.

Must be available to start Fall 2022.

Apply:
Please email your resume to: admin@greenwichartsociety.org
or call 203-629-1533 for inquiry.
This is a part-time, multi-season position.

Program & Events Director

Exciting opportunity for an experienced, creative and organized professional to contribute to the success of a growing community arts organization. Director will be responsible for developing and executing programs and events that help advance the Carriage Barn Arts Center’s strategic priorities. This is a part-time position (25 hours/week) with occasional weekends/evenings required.

View complete job description online at carriagebarn.org/employment/

School Administrator

The School Administrator reports to the Executive Director, supports department directors and is responsible for implementing the day-to-day office administration, including customer service, managing website and online registration system, and financial reporting. Confidentiality, excellent organizational skills and accuracy are a must. Good customer relations and the ability to communicate clearly are essential. The ideal candidate for this position is a skilled multi-tasker, is reliable and is committed to consistently meeting deadlines. This job cannot be done remotely.

This is a 40 hour per week position with vacation benefits, no health benefits.

Hours: Monday – Friday 9:00AM – 5:00PM

Computer Skills Needed: MS 365, Proficient in M

Job Opening: F/T MEDIA AND EDUCATION COORDINATOR

The Center for Contemporary Printmaking (CCP) seeks a Media and Education Coordinator who is passionate about the arts and will contribute to the growth of our 26-year old non-profit organization. Candidate will work closely with the Executive Director to grow and maintain the organization’s international reach within the printmaking community and our local associations within the Fairfield County area through promotion and educational efforts.

More details and application instructions can be found at:

Jobs

Development Assistant

The Development Assistant provides administrative support to the Development department and the
Museum’s Executive Director.

Responsibilities:
• Data entry and gift processing in the Museum’s database Raiser’s Edge NXT
• Preparing acknowledgement and solicitation letters
• Providing logistical support to the Museum’s special events, including managing RSVP lists, leading
check-in and coordinating with vendors
• Planning and coordinating Board meetings
• Taking notes at select meetings
• Coordinating schedules
• Providing general administrative support
• Drafting correspondence for the Executive Director and Director of Development
• Assisting on special projects as they arise

Development Director

Due to a retirement, the Ridgefield Library in beautiful Ridgefield, CT is seeking a new Development Director. The Development Director is a member of the Library senior management team and is responsible for all aspects of a comprehensive fund development program. Key areas of management responsibility include Library Board engagement, major donor program, broad-based community support, strategic planning, annual fund, special events and planned giving. The Development Director supervises the work of the Development Assistant and works in partnership with the Library Director and the Library Board of Directors to achieve annual fundraising goals. More here: https://ridgefieldlibrary.org/about-us/more-about-us/employment-opportunities/

Technical Director

ACT of CT is seeking a new Full Time Technical Director to join their team. The technical director will be responsible to supervise and manage all work calls, coordinating crews to perform notes, communicating with designers, managing production purchasing and supplies, recruiting and hiring crews, and more. This is a full-time position where nights, weekends, and early mornings are required from time to time. This position will be responsible for overseeing other employees. ACT of CT is a fully COVID-19 vaccinated company and will require proof of vaccination of all employees.

For a full job description please visit our website: actofct.org/job-postings

Aldrich Museum: Head of Individual Giving and Events

 Head of Individual Giving and Events

Department: Development 

Supervisor: Director of Development 

Status: Full-time Salary 

Range: $55,000 to $60,000

Founded in Ridgefield, CT by fashion designer and art collector Larry Aldrich, The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum was one of the first contemporary art museums in the country and today is one of the oldest. Known for its visionary exhibition program and artist-centric approach, the Museum presents first solo institutional shows, significant exhibitions of established artists, and thematic group exhibitions around timely social themes.

The Head of Individual Giving and Events will work with the Museum’s individual donors and oversee all internal and external events.

Responsibilities include:

  • Spearheading 2-3 major fundraising events a year, including the annual Gala, annual Aldrich Artists at the Table dinner, and biennial Aldrich Undercover art sale 
  • Soliciting gifts from individuals for general operating and program support
  • Working closely with board and staff to meet and exceed fundraising goals
  • Building and maintaining relationships with high-level Museum supporters and prospects
  • Managing all aspects of internal events, including exhibition openings
  • Brainstorming additional fundraising and stewardship events, including the annual fall fundraiser
  • Overseeing external rental requests and acting as on-site event planner

The successful candidate for this full-time position will be able to work well with the Museum’s staff, Board of Trustees, and donor community, and be able to build a welcoming and positive environment for supporters. Strong writing skills are a must, along with an attention to detail, the ability to develop and manage budgets, and ability to juggle multiple projects at once. Candidates with enthusiasm for contemporary art and an interest in museum practice are encouraged to apply.

Requirements:

  • B.A. or equivalent experience
  • 3-5 years experience in event planning and logistics as well as dedicated experience working with donors
  • Passion for contemporary art and culture
  • Ability to work simultaneously on multiple deadline-driven projects
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office products
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills 
  • Ability to work well with individuals, both in-person and on the phone/via email 
  • Experience with fundraising database a plus 
  • Ability to multitask 
  • Strong attention to detail and organizational abilities 

Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter to: 

Betty Stolpen Weiner, Director of Development, bweiner@thealdrich.org

The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum Non-Discrimination Policy 

The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum is committed to: 

  • The goal of achieving equal opportunity for all. 
  • Providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all members of the community. 
  • Providing an inclusive and nondiscriminatory work environment in which all employees are valued and empowered to succeed. 
  • Providing a workplace free from harassment of all kinds. 
  • Compliance with all federal and state legislation and regulations regarding nondiscrimination. 

Consistent with these principles, The Aldrich does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, expression and characteristics, age, religion, national or ethnic origin, visible or invisible disability, veteran status, or any other protected status.

Ridgefield Guild of Artists seek Summer Intern – June 27 to August 12

We are looking to hire a summer intern for our Children’s Summer Program.
This is a fun summer position for someone who is energetic, positive, mature, loves working with kids can multitask and loves all kinds of art. This is not a teaching position, but great for a hands on helper willing to do what is required by the instructor.
The program runs for 7 weeks. There are three weeks of 1/2 day camp 9:30-noon and 4 weeks of full day camp, 10-3.
Open to undergrads, grad students, and adults who simply want a fun summer experience working around creativity and art.
This position is paid with a stipend. Email us for details.
Direct all inquiries to: rgoasummercamp@gmail.com