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Housekeeping and Cook's Assistant Positions

 Snow Farm: The New England Craft Program has immediate openings for a housekeeper, as well as a cook's assistant, through the end of October.  These positions have the potential for annual seasonal work.

The cook's assistant will help with meal prep for our guests, kitchen clean-up, and dishwashing; number of hours per week is flexible.

A housekeeper is needed for cleaning of dorm and common areas. This position is part-time.

Snow Farm is a non-profit organization located in Williamsburg, MA (only 20 minutes from Northampton). We are a welcoming and friendly community in which to work. These positions include some weekends and our season runs from June-October.

To apply, please email your work experience or resume to pam@snowfarm-art.org or mail to 5 Clary Road, Williamsburg, MA 01096. If you need more information, please call Pam at 413-268-3101.

 

 

 

Bookkeeper/Finance Associate (part-time)

Join a non-profit arts organization in Williamsburg, MA just 20 minutes from Northampton. Looking for a team player who is detail-oriented, dependable, and most importantly, has experience with Quickbooks. Overall responsibility for data entry into Quickbooks and integrity of accounting system data.  Specifically, maintain general ledger, manage accounts receivable, issue checks, prepare monthly and quarterly financial reports, manage reconciliation of all accounts, submit sales tax, and provide data to payroll service.  This position requires accuracy, meeting deadlines,  bookkeeping experience (Quickbooks), and the ability to work independently. This position is part-time, approx. 16 hours a week.

Please email your resume and cover letter to Pam@snowfarm-art.org  or mail to Snow Farm: The New England Craft Program, 5 Clary Road, Williamsburg, MA  01096 Attn: Pam.

Deadline for applicants: October 31.

 

 

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.