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Registration and Communications Assistant

We are seeking a friendly, patient, detail-oriented, enthusiastic team player to join our small staff and serve as the first point of contact for participants registering for a class and helping spread the word about Snow Farm’s programs.  The primary responsibilities of the job are to answer and respond to phone and email inquiries, process registrations, produce and distribute e-newsletters, and support day-to-day operations.   The entry level position is full-time, 40 hours/week, M-Fri.

 

Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree

Excellent customer service skills, especially over the phone

Strong writing and communication skills

Computer experience especially with Microsoft Office

A fast learner who has an ability to become proficient in utilization of database and systems

Attention to detail and an ability to prioritize and multi-task

Demonstrated success working as a positive team member in a small office environment

Experience with Constant Contact helpful, but not required. 

Understanding of art and craft terminology

 

Applications accepted until January 22, 2017.

Please email resume and cover letter to meghan@snowfarm-art.org

Studio Assistant

Looking for a job that uses both your hands and your mind?  We are looking for the perfect combination: an enthusiastic team player who has office/computer/phone experience and good customer service skills, and an organized, detail oriented, and dependable, basic handy-person with experience. This position requires communicating with instructors to answer studio questions, setting up the studios for classes, maintaining equipment in the studios, keeping track of studio inventory, and ordering studio supplies from vendors.  In addition, this position will provide support in studio maintenance, for example: checking metal stocking in welding studio, reclaiming clay in a pug mill, or vacuuming out a wood lathe.  This position is grant funded and full-time 40 hrs,   Includes weekend hours from May - November, and reports to the Property Manager. 

 

Skills and Qualifications:

Prefer Bachelor’s degree in studio arts or related degree

Studio tech experience especially in 2D arts, textiles, or fine metals

Comfortable with Excel, Microsoft Office, and Google Drive

Strong written and verbal communication skills

Basic handy person skills with general knowledge of materials and tools

Ability to lift 50lbs

Attention to detail and an ability to prioritize and multi-task

Demonstrated success working as a positive team member in a small staff environment

 

Applications accepted until January 22, 2017.

Please email resume and cover letter to meghan@snowfarm-art.org

Workshop Instructors

Snow Farm welcomes workshop proposals from talented, creative artists throughout the year.  In order to be considered, please submit a workshop proposal via the Prospective Instructor Application You will be asked to submit a brief workshop description (60-80 words), a bio or resume, and images (via your website, an online portfolio, or by uploading images to the form).  We will be back in touch with feedback or for more information as needed. Thank you for your interest in Snow Farm: The New England Craft Program.