Interlochen Center for the Arts is looking to hire one Arts Administrative Assistant-Rental Logistics for the 2019 Interlochen Arts Camp (6 weeks) and post-camp rentals (2 weeks). The dates of the agreement are 6/10/19-8/18/19 and the stipend for the entire duration is $1,953. Dorm style shared housing is provided for the dates contracted (early arrival/late stay requests, if space is available, will be paid in full by the employee). All meals are included in your agreement- breakfast, lunch, and dinner when the cafeteria is open. The Arts Administrative Assistant- Rental Logistics shall assist in planning, organizing, and coordinating the summer high school rental music ensemble camps that visit Interlochen in August. Some evening and weekend work will be required. August timeframe will require a heavy workload.
Major Duties and Responsibilities:
Assist in communicating with post-camp rental high school ensembles, under a strategic communications plan, regarding ensemble and site logistic needs for their August visit.
Assist the Calendar, Facilities and Rental Coordinator in developing and maintaining content management tools to track administrative needs. This includes forms, spreadsheets, program timelines, etc.)
Work with Interlochen staff across campus to assist with post-camp rental high school ensemble pre-planning. This includes, but is not limited to working with safety, camp life, health services, transportation, lodging, dining, maintenance, stage services, and mailroom staff.
Serve as main point person while rental ensembles are onsite to assist in managing and troubleshooting site logistics alongside Interlochen staff.
Develop and update appropriate communication materials as required by high school ensembles and Interlochen staff.
Provide general day-to-day support to help operate the office. This includes, but is not limited to: answering phones, filing, creating and updating program materials, data entry, copying, and staffing the office.
The Arts Administrative Assistant-Rental Logistics will also perform general administrative and any other duties as assigned.
The office environment is subject to frequent interruptions and continual deadlines. Applicant must have the ability to work under the pressure of deadlines and time constraints.
Ability to work under pressure, manage multiple needs, problem solve, and set priorities for the successful management of the High School Ensembles.
Highly organized with the ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously while maintaining a high level of customer service.
Comfortable with a changing work environment.
Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Training and/or experience in event planning and/or arts administration.
A background in the arts, especially in ensemble management or high school band, choir, and/or orchestra programs, is highly desirable.
Light to moderate physical activity including walking long distances and lifting heavy equipment such as boxes, tables, and chairs will be required.
May be required to work at a computer workstation for extended periods of time.
May be required to walk, work outdoors, drive a golf cart or other vehicle, or work in various locations from time to time.
Required documents for application are: cover letter/letter of interest, resume, and a current listing of three references. You can additionally upload this information during the submission of the application process by selecting "Apply and continue to upload documents" button. Please upload all of your information in ONE DOCUMENT in a pdf format.
Review of materials will commence immediately and continue until the position has been filled. Materials submitted will be held in strictest confidence, and references will not be contacted without the permission of the applicant.The next step of the application process will ask you a series of questions, some are required by the EEOC concerning Protected Veteran Status and Voluntary Self-Identification of Disability. For more information please view the following hyperlinks. EEOC Voluntary Self-Identification of Protected Veteran StatusVoluntary Self-Identification of DisabilityIf interested in applying please submit an application by clicking the "Apply Now" button at the bottom of the page. More information about Interlochen Center for the Arts:
Interlochen Center for the Arts is the recipient of the National Medal of Arts and the only organization in the world that brings together: a 2,500-student summer camp program; a 500-student fine arts boarding high school; opportunities for hundreds of adults to engage in fulfilling artistic and creative programs; two 24-hour listener-supported public radio stations (classical music and news); more than 600 arts presentations annually by students, faculty and world-renowned guest artists; a global alumni base spanning eight decades, including leaders in arts and all other endeavors. For information, visit Interlochen online at www.interlochen.org.
Interlochen Center for the Arts MISSION…
To engage and inspire people worldwide through excellence in educational, artistic and cultural programs, enhancing the quality of life through the universal language of the arts.
THE CORE PURPOSE…
To ignite lifelong passion for the arts
THE CORE VALUES…
Nurturing, Inspiring, Transforming, Enlightening and EnduringInterlochen Center for the Arts includes:Interlochen Arts Academy
Interlochen Arts Academy, a fine arts boarding high school, offers the highest quality artistic training combined with comprehensive college-preparatory academics. The Academy also offers post-graduate opportunities.Interlochen Arts Camp
Young artists from around the world gather at Interlochen each summer to learn, create and perform alongside leading artists and instructors. Programs are offered to students in grades three through twelve.Interlochen College of Creative Arts
Adult artists thrive on opportunities to learn and express themselves creatively. The College of Creative Arts offers programs in a variety of arts disciplines.Interlochen Public Radio
Classical Music: 88.7 FM, Interlochen; 88.5 FM, Mackinaw City; 94.7 FM, Traverse City and 100.9 FM, East Jordan/Charlevoix
News Radio: 91.5 FM, Traverse City; 90.1 FM, Harbor Springs/Petoskey; 89.7 FM, Manistee/Ludington
Streaming online at ipr.interlochen.org. Through two listener-supported broadcast services, Interlochen Public Radio (IPR) connects northwest Michigan with arts, news and culture on a global scale. IPR also gives significant focus to local and regional news, information and artists.Interlochen Presents
Interlochen brings dozens of world-renowned artists to northwest Michigan, enhancing the region’s position on the global arts map. Interlochen presents more than 600 events each year by students, faculty and guest artists, making Interlochen one of the nation’s largest arts presenters