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Workshop Coordinator

The program and operations team at Snow Farm seeks an energetic and friendly individual to join our crew in a unique position. From check-in to check-out,  the workshop coordinator is a guide for each group of students and instructors during a workshop session.  Sessions run on weekends and during weeks between April 28th - October 25th, except for July.  Work per week can range from from 25 - 40 hours in varying shifts. In May, June and August, some overnights are required; accommodations provided. In September and October, shifts are day and evenings only.  

The Workshop Coordinator is the point person for all participants on campus during a program. They assure that everything runs smoothly and sets the tone for making everyone's stay special. It is often the small things that can shape their experience.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Serve as a welcoming and knowledgeable point person on campus for both instructors and students.
  • Check in registered students and answer questions about housing assignments, campus studios, and workshops.
  • Monitor the cell phone and farmhouse voicemail, responding to messages as necessary.
  • Attend to student needs including but not limited to: health emergencies or other crises, studio concerns, meal questions,  and housing-related needs.
  • Deliver general workshop announcements.
  • Work with Studio and Facility management to ensure that issues in the studios and campus get addressed in a timely way.
  • Keep common areas, patio, and dining hall bathrooms stocked and tidy; empty trash as needed
  • Monitor the gallery desk at meals, taking payment for gallery sales and restocking when needed
  • Facilitate evening activities, receptions, events, and the Instructor Staff Meeting
  • Close out workshops, collect information and payments, complete workshop accounting, and monitor workshop clean up schedules.

Pay is $18/hr. Benefits include meals on shift, paid sick time, and when vested, a free craft workshop. 

Applicants who can work the whole season or part of the season will be considered.  To apply, email resume/work history to kristenp@snowfarm.org or call 413-268-3101 ext. 103 with inquiries.

Snow Farm is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to creating a diverse and inclusive work force; Snow Farm encourages people of color, LGBTQ+ individuals, people with disabilities, members of ethnic minorities, and veterans to apply. Above all, Snow Farm is a community of artists, instructors, students, employees, neighbors, and associates. We welcome and value people of different backgrounds and outlooks, and we treat everyone with respect.