JOB OPPORTUNITIES

AT THE ARTS & BUSINESS COUNCIL OF RI
    Fall Non-Profit / Arts Administration Intern
    Event Production Intern: 2004 Encore Awards
    Fall ArtTix Patron & Member Services Representative

IN THE ARTS & CULTURAL COMMUNITY
   
Rhode Island School of Design

 


AT THE ARTS & BUSINESS COUNCIL OF RHODE ISLAND:

Fall Non-Profit / Arts Administration Intern

 

   Responsibilities

  • Assist Director of Programs with developing, planning and running programs

  • Event Management:  Help prep materials, register and communicate with participants, coordinate site needs, manage needs of presenters

  • Promotions and Public Relations:  Help develop and implement promotional opportunities for events including press releases, interviews, feature stories, coordinating media events and sponsorships, promoting and soliciting registrations, developing cross-promotional opportunities

  • Communications:  Assist in writing copy for the newsletter, e-news, brochures and website.

  • Research: investigate latest trends/issues in arts/non-profit management

  • Coordinate and track deadlines for publishing, mailing, etc.

  • General Office:  filing, database management, mailing

   Qualifications

  • Good organizational and people skills - must be able to interact with a wide range of people from the arts/cultural, business, civic, and academic communities in a friendly and outgoing manner

  • Must be responsible and on-time

  • Website management experience preferred

  • Graphic design skills a great plus!

   Hours: Flexible, ten to fifteen hours per week, beginning September 29.

 

To apply / schedule an interview, please contact:

 

                        Peter Bramante, Executive Director
                        Arts & Business Council of Rhode Island
                        30 Exchange Terrace
                        Providence, RI  02903
                        401.521.5000
                        peter@artsandbusinessri.org
 


Event Production Assistant Intern: 2004 Encore Awards
 

Responsibilities

  • Attend design and production staff meetings; coordinate details, contact information and status of tasks among event personnel, event venue, vendors, artists, volunteers and production staff.

  • Help to develop and implement promotional opportunities for the event including: Press releases, PSA’s, radio and print ads, interviews, feature stories, video story boards, invitation copy and mailing and developing cross-promotional opportunities.

  • Assist Steering Committee and Executive Director to promote and solicit event sponsorship, track data, research new leads and network with prospective sponsors at A&BC/RI and Chamber events.

  • Assist the Executive Director with artist bookings, contracts, technical production requirements and planning.

  • Edit all program book content. Coordinate with graphic designer, manage, coordinate and track all deadlines for the event honorees.

  • Manage event-seating chart, oversee table signage etc.

  • Trouble shoot problems, track other volunteers and work directly with the Stage Manager during the event.
     

Qualifications

  • Good organizational and people skills - must be able to interact with a wide range in people from the arts/cultural, business, civic, and academic communities in a friendly and outgoing manner

  • Must be responsible and on-time

  • Graphic design skills a great plus!

Hours: Beginning October 1. Hours are flexible: ten to fifteen hours per week-available all
              day on event date (January 22, 2004)

To apply / schedule an interview, please contact:

                           
Peter Bramante, Executive Director
                            Arts & Business Council of Rhode Island
                            30 Exchange Terrace
                            Providence, RI 02903
                            401-521-5000

                          
 peter@artsandbusinessri.org



Fall ArtTix Patron & Member Services Representative

Position Description:
An ArtTix Patron & member Services Representative’s primary responsibilities will include extensive interaction with public while processing ticket orders by telephone and at the ArtTix Box Office as well as answering related inquiries.  The Services Representative will need to conduct herself/himself in a manner that is, at all times, patient, courteous and helpful.

Additional responsibilities will include assisting the ArtTix Operations & Box Office Manager with the day-to-day administration of the ArtTix program.  Day-to-Day management responsibilities include:  production of weekly and monthly sales; data collection, maintenance and input in support of the ArtTix website; and responding and communicating with ArtTix member arts and cultural organizations.

To encourage a first-hand understanding and familiarity with the performances listed with ArtTix, Services representatives are encouraged to take advantage of those complimentary opportunities made available by ArtTix member arts and cultural organizations.

Qualifications

  • Good organizational and people skills - must be able to interact with a wide range in people from the arts/cultural, business, civic, and academic communities in a friendly and outgoing manner
  • Must be responsible and on-time
  • Graphic design skills a great plus!

Hours: Fifteen to twenty hours per week - specifics to be determined

To apply / schedule an interview, please contact:

                  Richard DeFlumeri, Operations/Box Office Manager-ArtTix
Arts & Business Council of Rhode Island
30 Exchange Terrace
Providence, RI 02903
401-621-6118
richard@artsandbusienessri.org

 


IN THE ARTS & CULTURAL COMMUNITY

Rhode Island School of Design

Museum Technician:  Perform a wide variety of art preparation and art installer functions with an emphasis on the safe handling of works of art during receipt, installation, storage, packing and shipment to the highest museum standards. Utilize carpentry/construction and other fabrication skills to make museum structures. Work in conjunction with department manager and others to ensure timely execution of multiple projects.

Secretary III - Photography:   Perform a variety of clerical and routine administrative duties in support of department head, graduate coordinator, department faculty or dean, exercising the use of independent judgment and a final degree of responsibility.

Technical Assistant II:  Manage, maintain and repair complicated and diverse technical equipment required in the department.

Administrative Assistant:  Provide administrative assistance and project support necessary for the efficient operation of the office of the Museum's Assistant Director.

If you are interested, please visit for more details and application instructions. RISD is an equal opportunity employer who encourages inquiries and applications from female and minority candidates. RISD does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, age, sex, religion, national origin, ethnic origin, sexual orientation or disability.

 

 

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