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Intern-Community Relations Marketing

The City of Lakewood Community Relations Department seeks an energetic and skilled individual with a wide range of marketing, technical and administrative skills to assist the Marketing team with marketing-related projects including digital marketing, research, and various administrative duties. The marketing team supports the following City of Lakewood divisions: Recreation, Heritage, Culture & The Arts, Urban Parks, Regional Parks & Golf, and Family Services.  This position is estimated to be about 10-20 hours per week and will be a part-time internship position for the summer of 2015.

Major Responsibilities:

  • Digital/social media marketing (newsletters, calendar listings, Facebook   posts)
  • Photography at specific City of Lakewood and private rental events
  • Market research
  • Organize shared photo library

Other Responsibilities (as time and skill permits):

  • Assist CR staff in various administrative duties as needed
  • Answer phones, e-mail, and return messages as appropriate
  • Perform general clerical work including letter writing, filing, faxing, copying, etc.
  • Other administrative duties as assigned

Applicants  must be a current college or recent graduate within one year to apply. Click Here for a full job description.

Resource Development Supervisor

The City of Lakewood is seeking a dynamic, interactive leader to guide a tight-knit team working on resource development, securing alternative resources and conducting prospect research.  The successful candidate will lead staff in innovative partnership development and will model an attitude of ongoing outreach to clients, both within the City and externally.   The incumbent will personally interact with a variety of people displaying a strong customer serve approach.

Education
Bachelors Degree in related field is required.
Post-graduate degree is preferred.
 
Required Experience:
  • Minimum of three years in administration and supervisory experience is required.
  • Five years of experience with grant writing including state, federal and private agencies required. 
  • Experience in funding research, program development, and program evaluation required.
  • Experience working with private and non-profit organizations on joint projects required.

Preferred Experience:

  • Two years of experience with corporate solicitation is preferred.
  • Experience in public speaking and training is preferred. 
  • Experience with Raiser’s Edge database is preferred.
  • Experience with grant compliance monitoring is preferred.

For full job description and to apply click Here

Closing Date/Time: Tue. 04/07/15

Associate Director of Sales & Services

This position is responsible for overall planning and daily oversight of all Denver Art Museum sales operations, which includes those related to onsite and virtual ticket and membership sales, as well as group and school tour bookings.   This position is responsible for achieving revenue goals and developing and implementing sales strategies related to retention and acquisition of ticket and membership purchasers and developing processes for back-office administration, and reporting.  This position will be required to work a variable schedule, including evening, weekend and holiday hours as needed.

Essential Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Develops and implements long and short range strategies to drive revenue, and maximize efficiency.
  • Manage staffing for onsite sales occurring in-person and by phone.
  • Develop and document policies and procedures for all departmental staff, ensuring compliance department-wide.
  • Define performance standards and complete performance evaluations in compliance with museum standards.
  • Oversee all back office ticketing and membership fulfillment needs, including call center operations, staffing and customer service.
  • Maintain departmental ownership of The Raiser’s Edge and ATMS+ ticketing software as well as acting as primary institutional contact for the SCC community database, working collaboratively with the marketing, development and technology departments as needed to ensure institutional alignment.
  • Monitor and maintains business system security and stability initiating testing, back-ups and upgrades as required, communicating all system changes in a timely and efficient manner.
  • Ensure fulfillment of all membership and ticketing sales reporting needs in cooperation with other departments’ needs.
  • Prepare and analyzes statistical sales trends to aid in the development of targeted marketing, communications, and sales strategies.
  • Provide expert counsel on the creation and management of lists and segments for direct mail and email acquisition and retention efforts collaborating as needed with marketing and development departments.
  • Directs and supports the activities of the group services manager on sales and fulfillment needs related to groups and school tours, ensuring collaboration intradepartmentally as required.
  • Collaborate with other departments and colleagues to ensure effective training requirements are met and the onsite experience is positive for all guests.
  • Addresses and resolves guests’ needs, concerns and complaints, assuring they are settled in a positive, timely and appropriate manner.
  • Establish and lead telemarketing campaigns as needed to achieve revenue goals.
  • Direct hiring and training of departmental staff to meet institutional needs.
  • Develop and administer incentive program for sales and services staff to achieve maximum results.
  • Establish and track departmental budget, adhering to accounting department standards.
  • Collaborate with Chief Operating Officer to create revenue goals across all business lines.
  • Create up- and cross-selling strategies to maximize revenue generation across business lines.
  • In partnership with the associate director of visitor operations, champion the institutions customer service philosophy and training program(s) interdepartmentally, ensuring 100% compliance.
  • Collaborate closely with contracted training programs provider and other colleagues interdepartmentally to ensure that departmental and institutional goals are met.
  • Collaborate with marketing and communications department on the execution of sales tactics to supporting marketing activities and achieve results.
  • Collaborate with colleagues including Associate Director of Retail Operations and others on special projects to drive incremental revenue.
  • Collaborate on content development and execution of daily Huddle meetings to achieve institutional goals.
  • Responsible for ensuring accurate building, scheduling, execution and tracking of all ticketed events and programs.
  • Anticipate any needs and opportunities that may arise in a fast-changing environment. 
  • Identify, troubleshoot, and recommend cost-effective solutions.
  • Assist museum members and the general public in a consistently courteous, professional and friendly manner
  • Other duties as assigned.

Supervisory Duties:

  • Directly supervises Manager of Onsite Sales and Services and Group Services Manager.  Indirectly supervises Ticketing and Membership Database Administrator,  three lead associates and associates, sales coordinator, onsite group reception coordinator and sales assistant(s).

Job Qualifications

Knowledge, Skill and Ability

  • Knowledge of standard business principles and practices
  • Experience with box office and ticketing
  • Knowledge of special events sales
  • Excellent judgment and troubleshooting skills
  • Conscientious and detail-oriented
  • Excellent customer service and interpersonal skills
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong word processing and database skills
  • Strong analytical and forecasting skills
  • Ability to manage an operating budget
  • Ability to understand museum operations and its impact across the institution

Education or Formal Training

  • Four year college degree required.

Experience

  • Minimum of seven years’ of experience in sales management required.
  • A proven successful track record in driving revenue required.
  • A minimum of five years’ experience working in a ticketing/box office environment required.
  • Minimum of five years’ experience managing a large and diverse staff.
  • Experience developing and implementing defined training protocol preferred.
  • Data analysis and forecasting experience required.
  • Demonstrated experience in developing/nurturing positive customer interactions.
  • Experience working with databases required.
  • A minimum of two years’ experience with direct mail list management required.

Material and Equipment Directly Used

  • Personal computer – word processing, spreadsheet, database, e-mail software
  • Blackbaud’s The Raiser’s Edge
  • ATMS+ Ticketing     

Working Environment/Physical Activities

  • Environment: temperature controlled environment
  • Activities: Sitting, standing, lifting, talking, hearing
  • Fast paced work environment
  • Subject to frequent interruptions and need to multi-task
  • Ability to work a standard schedule (to be determined) with additional hours including weekends, holidays, and some evenings required.

This is full-time position with benefits. If you are interested in this position, please send your cover letter and resume to hrcoordinator@denverartmuseum.org. In the subject line of the email, please include your name and the title of the position for which you are applying. Deadline for application is April 10, 2015.

It is the policy of the Denver Art Museum to prohibit discrimination against any person or organization based on age, race, sex, color, creed, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, transgender status, gender identity, gender expression, ancestry, marital status, gender, veteran status, political service, affiliation or disability.

Birthday Party Specialist

The Birthday Party Specialist ensures a consistently positive and high quality experience for all of the Children's Museum’s guests. The Birthday Party Specialist coordinates and oversees logistics and customer service for Museum birthday parties, supports daily Museum operations on the floor, and serves as a Manager on Duty in the Museum. The Birthday Specialist assists Education staff in opening and closing the Museum, and supports other Museum programs and events as needed.

Hours:            20 hours per week 

Saturdays 8:30-5:30 and Sunday 8:30-5:30 (weekend work days and hours are non-negotiable) and one 4 hour shift during the work week.

Rate: $9-10/hour

ESSENTIAL DUTIES

Birthday Party Logistics

  • Ensure a memorable, high-quality guest experience for guests by providing logistical support for birthday parties. This may include but is not limited to:
    • Working closely with the Group Sales and Reservations Coordinator (GSRC) regarding daily party schedules and specific client needs
    • Greeting guests at the Museum entrance and helping guests find assigned rooms
    • Transporting and storing food; bringing carts to assist guests in moving items
    • Ensuring guests adhere to their assigned room times to maintain the daily schedule
    • Communicating and coordinating with other staff members supporting parties
    • Supporting GSRC in the management of birthday party supplies and consumables
  • As needed, facilitate party activities with enthusiasm and professionalism; create a high-energy party environment and help everyone – children and adults – have fun.
  • Communicate with guests to proactively address and resolve questions, issues or problems that arise; be available and responsive at all times to birthday party families.
  • Responsible for set up and tear down of birthday parties; may include but is not limited to lifting and moving tables and chairs, arranging decorations, cleaning birthday party room

General Museum Operations

  • Welcome guests and provide excellent customer service on the Museum floor and in programs
  • Clean, organize, restock and reset exhibits throughout the day
  • Monitor exhibits for cleanliness, safety and adequate supplies; report malfunctions or needs to appropriate staff promptly
  • Assist Education and Guest Services teams with opening and closing of the Museum 
  • Facilitate programs as assigned (may include but is not limited to: birthday party activity add-ons, informal programs and activities, special events and Story Time)
  • Serve as a Manager on Duty in the Museum one day/week, or as needed

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Strong commitment to customer service
  • Effective problem-solver and exceptional skills in organization and multi-tasking
  • Ability to communicate with customers and co-workers in a respectful, confident, and calm manner
  • Energetic and flexible; demonstrated ability to take initiative to complete tasks and make decisions
  • Friendly and approachable; comfortable interacting with the public (adults and children of all ages)
  • Professionalism: ability to take on all responsibilities of the position with enthusiasm and spirit of teamwork
  • Ability to handle emergency situations with professionalism and competence; First Aid and CPR certification a plus
  • Experience working with children and families; theater, education or hospitality experience

MINIMUM JOB REQUIREMENTS

  • Enthusiastically support the Children’s Museum mission of creating a community where children and their grown-ups learn through play.
  • Abide by all Museum Policies and Procedures.
  • Fluent English proficiency, verbal and writing.
  • Wear appropriate attire and uniform when on duty.
  • At least 18 years of age.
  • Ability to work evenings, weekends, and special events as needed

REQUIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

  • High School diploma or equivalent
  • Customer service experience (2 years)
  • Demonstrated leadership or managerial abilities (1-2 years)
  • Demonstrated ability to engage in public speaking

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • None

TRAVEL

  • No travel is expected for this position

WORK ENVIRONMENT

This job operated in a bustling environment where children playing and a moderate noise level are common. This role routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, phones, and photocopiers.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

  • Ability to lift up to 40lbs and stand for extended periods of time (up to 6 hours).
  • Other physical requirements of the position may include but are not limited to walking, bending, stooping, crouching or sitting on the floor, reaching.

The Museum is a stimulating and team-oriented environment. The Museum is committed to diversity and encourages all qualified candidates to apply.

Please send a cover letter and résumé to Dana Monroe at DanaM@cmdenver.org.  No phone calls, please.  Applicants who do not submit a cover letter will not be considered. Closing date is April 3, 2015.

Advancement Officer

The Denver Museum of Nature & Science is seeking applicants for an Advancement Officer.

As a producer, the Advancement Officer is responsible for developing and implementing plans that initiate, develop and maintain long-term donor relationships. These relationships lead to gifts, grants, and sponsorships from the philanthropic community and help meet the Museum’s annual budgeted fundraising goals. The assigned portfolio of donors and prospects is actively maintained to this end and emphasizes major giving ($50K or more). The Advancement Officer contributes to the financial success the Museum.  The Advancement Officer also supports the team in the management, cultivation, and stewardship of donors.

 The Advancement Officer will:

  • Generate >$1M annually from individual and corporate sources and contribute to the Development teams annual goal of $10M
  • Develop and implement plans that initiate, cultivate and maintain long-term donor relationships that lead to the fulfillment of the Museum’s budgeted annual and future fundraising goals.
  • Continually maintain accurate information on donor progress in Raiser’s Edge database.
  • Meet and exceed metrics around face-to-face contacts, number of proposals submitted annually, and total dollars raised.
  • Be a fun, creative, and contributing member of the Museum community and will positively contribute to its culture.

A successful candidate will be:

  • Tirelessly passionate about the Museum and telling its story
  • Intuitive
  • Emotionally intelligent
  • Hard Working
  • A Good Listener

Evening and weekend work will be required.

The Denver Museum of Nature & Science is an equal opportunity employer. The Museum is dedicated to the goal of building a culturally diverse staff committed to serving the needs of all our visitors and we encourage applications from individuals of all backgrounds.

To apply, visit our website at www.dmns.org/about-us/jobs to submit your cover letter and resume.

The deadline to apply is Thursday, April 9, 2015 at 5 p.m. MDT.

Accounting Technician II

The Arvada Center seeks an Acounting Technician. With limited supervision this position performs accounts receivable and accounts payable responsibilities such as processing, balancing, depositing and auditing daily cash, checks and credit cards. Facilitates funds received through ticket purchases, donations, and other sources.  
JOB KNOWLEDGE - Essential Functions, Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
 

1.  Accounts Receivable/Accounts Payable
 
a.    Reconciles, codes, and enters into Oracle all account receivables for all Arvada Center fund divisions.   
b.    Ensures that all services and goods that have a created invoice are approved and reconciled to actual goods or services received.   
c.    Ensures that all invoices are appropriately coded to reflect the expenditure structure of Center accounts.   
d.    Reviews the accounts receivable due dates to initiate timely processing of collections.   
e.    Reconciles, codes and enters into Oracle all accounts payable 
f.    Reconciles, codes and enters into Oracle all purchase orders. 
g.    Reconciles p-cards for the Arvada Center fund divisions to reflect the expenditures accurately. 
h.    Monitors vendors for accurate payment processing. 
i.    Ability to exercise independent judgment on payment and collections issues. 

2.  Cashiering 
a.    Screens all incoming mail to collect all monies.  Process all monies, code, print reports, and back up documentation for all Arvada Center fund divisions.   
b.    Track, enter, and reconcile all types of monies, including ticket purchases, donations, services, and goods  in Tessitura, Oracle, Third party software on a daily basis.   
c.    Prepares deposit of all monies.   
d.    Works closely with the city finance department to balance and reconcile all credit card transactions. 
e.    Reviews and determines all banks (change) for daily operations and special event planning for any and all retail sales.   
f.    Works with all Retail Sales in the balancing to ensure accuracy and audit trail. 
g.    Reviews, codes, and audits general, special event and production petty cash receipts.  Ensures accuracy and that the receipts meet IRS and city purchase policy standards.   
h.    Resolves and investigates any differences between the bank and internal divisions. 

3. Teamwork and Customer Service
 
a.    Strong written and verbal communication skills with experience effectively communicating and interacting with all levels of personnel within the city and outside the city in a positive and cooperative manner. 
b.    Ability to follow exact instructions. 
c.    Experience working in an environment where a high degree of accuracy and attention to detail is required. 
d.    Ability to meet strict timelines. 
       Ability to exercise initiative and judgment as well as make decisions within the scope of assigned authority . 
e.    Provides excellent customer service to all persons contacted in the course of employment. 
f.    Works closing with Finance and IT to ensure that the Tessitura Interface to Oracle and credit card daily processing is completed and accurate.  Creates and updates documentation for all functions responsible for. 
g.    Serves as backup for accountant process functions. 
h.    Exhibits exceptional customer service skills. 
i.    Maintains proficient data entry and ten-key speeds. 
j.    Solid understanding of bookkeeping principals with the ability to understand and explain calculations. 
k.    Maintains basic computer skills including spreadsheets, ticketing system and e-mail.

MINIMUM EDUCATION OR FORMAL TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE: 
High school diploma or GED required and three (3) years of general bookkeeping experience. Associates degree with coursework in accounting, business computers or related field preferred, but a combination of education and experience will be considered. Must be able to work within strict timelines and a multi-tasking environment with accuracy and attention to detail.

Salary Grade
$2,981.00 - $4,076.00

The closing date is Friday, April 3 at 5 pm.

Apply at: https://arvada.hua.hrsmart.com/hrsmart/ats/Posting/view/1065

PART-TIME DOCENT

Docents at the Molly Brown House Museum lead groups of guests through the Museum and should be interested in history, be able to speak clearly in front of large and small groups, have a flexible schedule and be dependable. This position is for 30-40 hours/month and will include both weekday and weekend shifts. The rate of pay is $8.25/hr. For immediate start, training will be provided.

Qualifications:

Previous experience working directly with the public is necessary. Previous museum, docent, volunteer, or public speaking experience, and Spanish proficiency are all preferred. An interest in history and storytelling is preferred to facilitate training and the ability to engage guests and place Margaret Brown’s life in context.

Physical/Mental Requirements:

This position requires walking or standing to a significant degree. Physical demands associated with the essential functions include reaching, handling, fingering, talking and/or hearing (ordinary conversation) and seeing (near and far acuity, depth perception, field of vision, accommodation and color vision).

Required are the abilities to apply principles of logic or scientific thinking to define problems, collect data, establish facts and draw valid conclusions; to interpret a variety of technical instructions in various forms; to communicate effectively, verbally and in writing; to utilize spatial, visual and tactile discrimination; and to establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers and volunteers, supervisory staff, other organizations and agencies, and the general public.

Equal Opportunity Employer:

Historic Denver, Inc., the parent company of the Molly Brown House Museum, is dedicated to the principles of equal employment opportunity in any term, condition, or privilege of employment. We do not discriminate against applicants or employees on the basis of age, race, sex, color, religion, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, or any other status protected by state or local law. Prospective employees are subject to a background check.

Applications accepted by e-mail only to: kanderson@mollybrown.org

APPLICATION DEADLINE: April 3rd, 2015

STAFF ACCOUNTANT/OFFICE MANAGER

Opera Colorado seeks a Staff Accountant/Office Manager. The Staff Accountant/Office Manager is responsible for the input of all transactions into the accounting system including: accounts payable, accounts receivable, bank deposits, payroll, journal entries and reporting. The Staff Accountant/ Office Manager is also responsible for maintaining office machinery, ordering office supplies, and providing light administrative assistance to the Director of Education and Community Engagement Programs.

ACCOUNTING RESPONSIBLITIES:

  • Review and input vendor invoices, disburse payments in a timely manner
  • Review artist contracts, set up payments for performance fees, per diem, travel, housing, AGMA dues & taxes
  • Review contract labor and set rental contracts for payment amounts and payment schedules
  • Wire transfer of payments to artists etc when requested
  • Monitor and reconcile credit card accounts
  • Input production checks written on technical account during season
  • Fill out credit applications and maintain credit application data form
  • Input budget dollars and monitor expense accounts
  • Set up and track set or prop rentals to insure payment
  • Misc invoicing as needed
  • Set up pledge’s and temporarily restricted funds as needed
  • Assist Director of Finance with monthly bank reconciliations (5 accounts)
  • Input bank deposits to correct income accounts
  • Disburse office petty cash as needed and reconcile monthly
  • Set up and reconcile 6 to 12 petty cash accounts for gift shop and production personnel during season
  • Transfer funds between bank accounts as needed
  • Deposit checks through remote deposit system
  • Balance development income monthly with Database Manager
  • Prepare financial statements and account detail
  • Pull contracts, paid bills, check copies, deposits etc requested by auditors
  • Print account detail reports requested by auditors
  • Participate in Worker’s Compensation annual audit
  • Bi-weekly payroll for permanent staff
  • Weekly payroll for union stagehands and production personnel during season – approx 165
  • Deductions for union dues, health insurance, garnishments etc
  • Prepare and disburse payroll taxes as needed
  • Reconcile, prepare and disburse union benefits monthly to IATSE during season
  • Reconcile and prepare 941 and Colorado Unemployment quarterly reports
  • Reconcile, prepare and distribute year-end 1099’s and W-2’s
  • Provide year-end information to the Director of Finance for foreign persons 1042’s
  • Notify counties requesting garnishment payments when seasonal employees are no longer employed
  • Prepare forms for individuals seeking unemployment benefits

GENERAL OFFICE MANAGEMENT RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Supply new employees with keys, parking permit, postage code and mailbox
  • Secure proper documents and maintain files for permanent office employees
  • Secure proper documents and maintain files for stagehands and production staff during season
  • Notify Colorado State Directory of New Hires of all new employees, supply address & SS#
  • Maintain new hire roster for Production Manager
  • Maintain monthly vacation reports for the Director of Finance
  • Order office supplies as needed
  • Oversee maintenance of office equipment and phone system
  • Provide computer assistance back up to Director of Finance when he/she is absent
  • Maintain parking pass accounts for office staff & production personnel and reconcile monthly
  • Set up lease of photo copier for production personnel at start of season
  • Devise accounting forms as needed for each department, special events, etc.
  • Provide monthly financial reports to Directors and production reports to key production personnel during season
  • Maintain and provide Office Rental Company with all new vehicle information
  • Reconcile & prepare monthly and quarterly state and city sales tax returns
  • Reconciliation and adjustment of season ticket sales

PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS

  • A mission-driven individual with a belief in and commitment to Opera Colorado’s mission, artistic vision and values.
  • A good listener and strategist; comfortable receiving input from many sources, and able to analyze and formulate disparate information into a sound, well-organized plan.
  • A flexible and creative individual who can find alternative ways to reach objectives when barriers arise; a skilled negotiator.
  • A team builder – confident and competent, with strong skills in management and leadership; one who understands the subtleties of motivating and directing a diverse group of personalities with different work styles.
  • Emotionally mature with a good sense of humor and the flexibility and sensitivity to work with diverse personalities and situations.

GENERAL INFORMATION:

  • Full-time position with salary and benefits
  • Occasional evening and weekend work

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Proficient in Quickbooks Pro, Microsoft Word, Excel & Outlook
  • Multi-task oriented with strict attention to detail required
  • Ability to organize and prioritize multiple responsibilities, work independently and exercise professional judgment
  • Knowledge of non-profit accounting
  • Customer service oriented with excellent communication skills
  • Demonstrated ability to work in a open, collaborative environment
  • Strategic thinker with ability to work both independently and as part of a high-performing cross functional team.

Send Resume and a list of three (3) references to:

Darrel Curtice, Dir. of Finance and Admin.

humanresources@operacolorado.org

  • or

Opera Colorado

695 S. Colorado Blvd., Suite 20

Denver, CO 80246

Salary Range: low to mid $50,000’s

Facility Rental Coordinator

The Children’s Museum is excited to have a new rental venue as part of our expansion project.  Now we are looking for the right person to make our program a success!  The perfect candidate will have many qualifications; but organization, responsibility, dependability and assertiveness are the key attributes.

The Facility Rental Coordinator is responsible for marketing, developing, selling, planning, implementing and staffing the Museum’s facility rental program. This position also supports the Museum’s Group Sales & Reservation function and Guest Services Department as needed. This position reports directly to the Senior Director of Guest Services.

Specific responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Develop, coordinate, sell, staff and facilitate all efforts related to the Museum’s Facility Rental program
  • Create and maintain meaningful community relationships and cultivate new rental clients through ongoing networking and participation with industry related organizations
  • Meet or exceed established budget goals as they relate to facility rentals
  • Ensure clients and caterers are informed of rental rules and guidelines to ensure facility safety
  • Assist in the sales and support of the Museum’s group sales and reservation process including: camps, birthday parties and school group bookings
  • Database management and data entry related to facility rentals and supported areas
  • Prepare statistical and budgetary reports as necessary
  • Ability to work evenings and weekends as necessary
  • Other duties and special projects as assigned

Qualifications and preferred areas of experience:

  • Assertive, team oriented, creative, high energy, outgoing, calm and flexible personality a must
  • Must be at least 21 years of age.
  • Experience in special events, rentals, marketing etc. preferred.
  • Strong and relevant sales, negotiation and promotion experience
  • Project management or related coordination experience
  • Ability to multitask in an ever-changing environment
  • Exceptional customer service skills
  • Database management experience and MS office and basic computer operation
  • Detail oriented. Strong organizational skills. Strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • Requires ability to lift up to 50 pounds i.e. set up for events with tables chairs and other equipment
  • Knowledge and understanding of museums and/or non profits preferred
  • Bachelor’s Degree strongly preferred
  • A second language is always a plus!

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Volunteer supervision
  • Event staffing supervision and scheduling

The Museum is a stimulating and team-oriented environment. The Museum is committed to diversity and encourages all qualified candidates to apply.

Please send resumes and cover letter to Bonnie Bosworth, Office Manager: (fax) 303-433-9520 or (email) bonnieb@cmdenver.orgNo phone calls please.

Box Office Staff

Colorado Chautauqua Association seeks Box Office Staff.

This is a seasonal, part-time, non-exempt position requiring handling box-office activities such as ticket sales, phone inquiries, and night-of-show customer service in an often fast paced environment.

Evening and weekend work is required in meeting position responsibilities. For emergency and inclement weather reporting purposes this position is non-essential.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Accurately handle cash, credit card, and check transactions to sell tickets in conjunction with computer-based, online system
  • Provide excellent customer service to Chautauqua and Colorado Music Festival patrons
  • Effectively problem solve when issues or challenges arise in a positive manner
  • Handle customer inquiries and ticket orders by phone and in person at ticket kiosk while dealing with heavy volumes of phone calls and long lines at times
  • Reconcile all daily cash transactions and credit card receipts and securely deposit into safe at the end of each shift
  • Be knowledgeable and field questions about the Colorado Chautauqua Association and Colorado Music Festival including: history, programming, shuttle services, other Chautauqua departments and the Dining Hall

Requirements/Qualifications

  • Minimum 1-2 year previous experience in box office ticketing, events, or customer service. Box office experience preferred
  • Cash handling experience Ability to function efficiently and amiably in a fast paced, complex and demanding customer service environment
  • Possess legible handwriting, excellent phone skills, and flawless attention to detail
  • Available to work flexible schedule throughout the entire concert season from May through mid September
  • Willingness to work nights, weekends, and split shifts throughout the summer
  • Familiarity with MS Word, Excel, and Outlook
  • Ability to work in open workspace environment

Behavioral Traits and Attitudes

  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills, including the ability to listen well
  • High energy team player with a positive, can-do attitude
  • Comfortable with a fast-moving, dynamic environment; flexible and able to accommodate changes in organization’s needs
  • Self-motivated and able to work independently
  • Desire and ability to learn quickly

Reporting Relationships

Reports to Box Office Manager

Educational Requirements

High school diploma

Physical Requirements

Duties require lifting, pushing / pulling, and /or carrying of objects weighing up to 30 pounds. Must be able to climb stairs, ladders as well as navigate the site which has a 200 foot elevation change

Helpful skills, but not required

  • Appreciation for popular and classical music, film, and historic preservation
  • Strong word processing skills preferred
  • Experience with ticketing softwares, Audience View software preferred

Additional Qualifications

Every employee at the Colorado Chautauqua Association is expected to be a creative problem solver as well as possess a strong and positive attitude regarding hospitality and customer service, striving to provide a high quality guest experience through every action taken.

Send cover letter and resume to:
anthoney.sandoval@chautauqua.com
No phone calls please.

Seasonal Assistant Box Office Manager

Colorado Chautauqua Association seeks a Seasonal Assistant Box Office Manager.

This is a seasonal, part-time, non-benefited, non-exempt position responsible for various day shift and night of show box office responsibilities for the Colorado Chautauqua Association (CCA) and

Colorado Music Festival (CMF). The Box Office Assistant Manager will act as Manager on Duty when Box Office Manager (BOM) is not present. Evening and weekend work is required in meeting position responsibilities. For emergency and inclement weather reporting purposes this position is nonessential.

Box Office Operations

  • Assist BOM in producing extensive daily, weekly and monthly reports that reconcile to CCA’s ticketing and accounting systems
  • Assist BOM in the maintenance of all event builds within ticketing software
  • Responsible for the accuracy of all Box Office cash, check and credit card transactions including but not limited to ticket sales, refunds, exchanges and releases
  • Ensure all equipment, hardware and software is functioning properly and report any needed repairs or issues to supervisor
  • Ensure all marketing materials, chalkboards, voice messaging during and after hours, and all programming schedules are updated daily including changes or cancelations to the event
  • calendar
  • Communicate all event and departmental details with staff

Customer Service

  • Provide excellent customer service to Chautauqua and Colorado Music Festival patrons over email, phone or in person communication
  • Effectively problem solve when issues or challenges arise in a positive manner
  • Be knowledgeable and field questions about the Colorado Chautauqua Association and Colorado Music Festival including but not limited to history, programming, shuttle services,
  • other Colorado Chautauqua Association departments, Chautauqua Dining Hall information and Open Space Mountain Park information
  • Communicate with concert promoters, artist managers, record labels, and other organizations or event personnel to fulfill box office needs
  • Uphold all Box Office policy and procedure even in difficult situations

Staff Management

  • Supervise Box Office staff when Manager on Duty
  • Create a professional team atmosphere within Box Office staff
  • Lead and act as positive role model for Box Office staff

Reporting Relationships

Reports to Box Office Manager

Supervises: Box Office Staff when Manager on Duty

Education Requirements

High school diploma

Some college preferred

Knowledge / Skills / Experience

  • Minimum 2+years previous experience in box office, ticketing, events, or customer service supervisory experience preferred.
  • Ability to function efficiently and amiably in a fast paced, complex and demanding customer service environment
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Possession of strong service, support and detail orientation
  • Experience with MS Word, Excel, and Outlook
  • Available to work flexible schedule throughout the entire concert season from May through mid- September with minimal time off
  • Willingness to work nights, weekends, and split shifts throughout the summer
  • Ability to work in an open workspace environment

Behavioral Traits and Attitudes

  • Excellent written and oral communication skills with strong attention to detail
  • Strong interpersonal skills, including the ability to listen well
  • Strong decision-making skills
  • Works effectively with team members
  • High energy team player with a positive, can-do attitude
  • Comfortable with a fast-moving, dynamic environment
  • Desire and ability to learn quickly

Physical Requirements

Duties require lifting, pushing / pulling, and /or carrying of objects weighing up to 30 pounds. Must be able to climb stairs, ladders as well as navigate the site which has a 200 foot elevation change.

Helpful Skills but not required

  • Experience with ticketing software, Audience View ticketing software preferred
  • Strong Microsoft Office skills
  • Appreciation for popular and classical music, film, and historic preservation

Additional Qualifications

Every employee at the Colorado Chautauqua Association is expected to be a creative problem solver as well as possess a strong and positive attitude regarding hospitality and customer service, striving to provide a high quality guest experience through every action taken.

Send cover letter and resume to:
anthoney.sandoval@chautauqua.com
No phone calls please.

Executive Director

The Friends of Dinosaur Ridge (FODR) seeks a mature, innovative professional that supports and believes in our mission with a college degree, extensive experience in the operations of a nonprofit and at least 5 years managerial experience in the nonprofit sector.  Experience should include program and project development, fundraising, board and community relations, staff supervision and financial management, ability to Balance work and personal life, logistics and property management, capital improvement management. Oral and written communications skills and marketing experience.

Position Summary: In conjunction with the Board of Directors, the Executive Director will develop the strategic vision for FODR in accordance with its mission and for the long term success and growth of the organization. As directed by the Board of Directors, the Executive Director will then implement that vision through detailed plans, efficient operations, innovation and effective management of the staff and facilities. The Executive Director will work closely with the Board of Directors and staff to plan and execute resource development strategies and ensure the achievement of short and long-term goals.

The Executive Director is responsible for enhancing and maintaining a strong collaborative and caring culture that drives the organization, volunteers and staff to achieve excellence. The Executive Director continually works with the staff to establish an inclusive, innovative, and supportive work environment and maximize the professional growth and development of employees in compliance with prevailing labor laws. In addition, the Executive Director develops and maintains strong relationships with the community, various stakeholders, potential funders and partnering organizations to further the mission of FODR and to leverage resources for the FODR.

In conjunction with the Board of Directors the Executive Director prepares and manages the annual operating budget to maintain fiscally sound operations.  He/she manages all resources in a fiscally responsible manner and in compliance with all internal policies to ensure high performance, achievement of established metrics, and fulfillment of obligations.

In order to provide adequate funding for FODR, the Executive Director is responsible for FODR fundraising needs to include securing annual funding to support FODR’s ongoing and future programs as well as special fundraising campaigns, such as the projected capital project to cover the track site. In addition, the Executive director is responsible for researching potential grants, writing letters of inquiry to foundations and ensuring that grant requests and reports get submitted on a timely basis

This is a full-time, exempt position with experience commensurate salary, and a comprehensive benefit plan including health, vacation, and sick time. FODR is an equal opportunity employer and strives to be a learning organization that values the needs and strengths of individuals from diverse backgrounds.

To apply: If this sounds like the opportunity for you, please contact Sam Bartlett, (303) 988-2426. To apply for this position please submit an application, consisting of a cover letter relating your experience to our organization and resume to Sam Bartlett:   SamuelBartlett@aol.com by April 10th. We look forward to hearing from you!

Museum Interpreter

Golden History Museums seeks a Museum Interpreter.

Provide visitors of all age groups and backgrounds with information and interpretation of Colorado and Golden history at any or all of Golden History Museums’ three sites. All activities and programs are based on engaging visitors with Colorado history and the history of Golden. Variable hours until Memorial Day. Seasonal hours up to 40 hours per week Memorial Day thru Labor Day. Will include some weekends and holidays.

Hiring Range: $8.25 - $10.50
Salary Range: $8.25 - $12.50

All applicants are required to upload a cover letter, resume and  three references, not relatives, who have definite knowledge of your business & professional qualifications for the position for which you are applying. Do not repeat names of supervisors listed under employment history. Click here to download a Reference Form, complete the form, save the form and upload to your application as an attachment. If you already have a completed list of at least three references you may upload that document in lieu of the Reference Form.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include but are not limited to the following:

  • Facilitates an educational and interactive experience for visitors and groups of all ages at GHM facilities including the Astor House Museum, Golden History Center, and Clear Creek History Park.
  • Provides interpretative activities specific to current exhibits as assigned. Facilitates visitor involvement with activities, games and crafts.
  • Works closely with volunteers to greet visitors; provides exemplary customer service, processes admissions; and provides information on museums including site interpretation and orientation to facilities.
  • Follows and enforces all policies and rules while maintaining a safe and fun guest experience.
  • Serves as ambassador for the museum system providing the highest possible level of customer care to visitors and phone customers.
  • Provides essential information to market GHM facilities such as memberships, classes, and special events.
  • Opens and closes assigned GHM facilities ensuring compliance with security protocols and alarm systems.
  • Responsible for cash handling according to City of Golden protocols.

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE
High school diploma or general education diploma (GED) required; college coursework in history, museum studies, education or similar field preferred. Must have a love of history and ability to share GHM program information in a professional and engaging manner. Must have excellent interpersonal and customer service skills. Prior cash handling experience preferred.

To Apply Visit: www.cityofgolden.net/work

President & CEO

JoDescription: reports to Board of Directors and superviseall staff.

Cherry ArtsCherry Creek Arts Festival (“Cherry Arts”) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit art services organization whose mission is to provide access to a broad array of arts experiences and support arts education in Colorado. Along with the special event productions, Cherry Arts fulfills its year-round art education and outreach mission through programs including the Mobile Art Gallery, Artist in Residence programs and the Janus Student Art Buying Program.

Cherry Arts has produced The Cherry Creek Arts Festival (CCAF), its signature cultural event for Colorado, annually during the 4th of July weekend since 1991. The Cherry Creek Arts Festival weekend is a world-class and award-winning celebration of the visual, culinary and performing arts,and enjoys an attendance of 350,000 visitors over the three-day event. CCAF gives patrons the FREE, rare and special opportunity to meet and talk with international visual artists, sample fine cuisine,visit special exhibits, and entertain their families with interactive “Artivities”and exciting performing arts.

Cherry Arts has added an all-new event, ArtDenver, to the event repertoire. Art Denver offers a showcase of FineArt, FineFashion, FineDesign and Fine Colorado Makers and takes place in the fall providing the organization with another outlet to fulfill its mission of providing access to the arts.

POSITION SUMMARY: The President & CEO is responsible for providing leadership to the organization in support of all elements of surrounding multiple event productions and ongoing education and community outreach programs.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Strategic vision and leadership of organizational goals. Financial management of $2.5million operating budget. Industry leadership in artist application and jury process. Manage existing and cultivate new sponsor relationships. Effective staff management, development, and training. Management of annual marketing and PR campaigns. Creative design and production of multiple special events. Local business and residential community liaison. Community spokesperson for all organizational affairs. Board of Directors recruitment and management.

REQUIREMENTS AND EXPECTATIONS:

Bachelor’s degree, preferably in non-profit management. 

Keen sense of self-motivation. 

Proclivity to work positively with a variety of personality types. Ability to operate with flexibility and embracing of change. High standard of integrity and professionalism.

Well-rounded skills set.

5-10 years’ experience in non-profit management.

Computer proficiency (Apple OperatingSystem/MicrosoftOffice) Knowledge of financial software(currently Sage Business Works), organized with attention to detail.

Strong verbal and written skills. 

Excellent delegation, leadership and meeting facilitation skills. Willingness and ability to work extended hours including nights and weekends as necessary. 

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITYCherry Arts strives to make all personnel decisions without regard to race, creed, age, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, gender, gender expression, marital status, sexual orientation,veteran status,disability, or any other protected class as required by applicable law. All employees are expected to actively support these principles and objectives in our work environment and with others with whom we come into contact.

SALARY:Commensurate With Experience

TO APPLY:

Send a cover letter,resume and salary historytoccafbod@cherryarts.org or mail to:

Cherry Arts Search Committee

2 Steele Street, Suite B-100

Denver, CO 80206

Executive Director

The Colorado Children’s Chorale is a 501(c) (3) not-for-profit performing arts organization.  Since 1974 the Chorale has brought its artistry and charm to audiences throughout the world. With a diverse repertoire ranging from fully staged opera and musical theater to standard choral compositions in classical, folk and popular traditions, the Chorale performs with an innovative stage presentation and a unique theatrical spirit. The Chorale annually trains 500 members between the ages of 7 and 14 from all ethnicities and socioeconomic backgrounds representing more than 180 schools in the Denver metro area and beyond.  In addition to its own season subscription concert series at Boettcher Concert Hall, the Chorale performs regularly with the Colorado Symphony, Central City Opera, Opera Colorado and the Aspen Music Festival, as well as yearly regional, national and international touring.  The Chorale is governed by a 26-member Board of Trustees, with daily operations conducted by a staff of nine full-time and three part-time employees.  A proud Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD) Tier II organization, the Chorale has an annual operating budget  of approximately 1.8 million dollars, as well as an endowment in excess of two million dollars.      

Primary Function:

The Executive Director (ED) is the chief operating officer of Colorado Children’s Chorale (Chorale) with the primary mandate of assuring a stable environment in which the day-to-day business affairs are appropriately managed, as well as supporting an environment where the choral art and artists can flourish.  The ED reports to and is expected to work in partnership with the Artistic Director (AD) – each with their own distinct and shared responsibilities – to provide the organizational support structure necessary to the fulfillment of the organization’s mission.  In addition to carrying out specific responsibilities with respect to the business affairs of the Chorale, the ED shares with the AD the responsibility for staff leadership, the achievement of the institutional goals adopted by the Board of Trustees, and professionally representing the Chorale in the business and arts communities.  The ED is a non-voting member of the Board of Trustees and its Executive, Finance, Nominating and Scholarship Committees.

Reports to:  Artistic Director

Status:  Full time

Salary:  Commensurate with experience

Benefits:  Full health benefits plan; employee contributed 403(b) plan

Performance Review:  Initially at six months and then annually

Start date:  September 1, 2015

Closing Date for Applications:  Please submit a cover letter and résumé prior to April 30, 2015

For confidential consideration, contact:  Deborah DeSantis, Artistic Director, execsearch@childrenschorale.org

Web site:  www.childrenschorale.org

Office address:  2420 W. 26th Ave., #350-D Denver, CO  80211

Executive Director Responsibilities include, but not limited to:

The Executive Director will:

q  Function as the chief operating officer with the responsibility to conduct the day-to-day business affairs of the Chorale.

q  Assure the proper stewardship of the Chorale’s resources by conducting business in a responsible and ethical manner, and managing the following functions:

  • Annual and strategic planning,
  • Budgeting, financial systems, and financial decisions;
  • Human resource management, systems and policies;
  • Public relations and marketing activities; and
  • Fundraising and development activities.

q  Create an innovative and supportive work environment in which the administrative staff can produce work of the highest professional standards.

q  Assign and direct the work of the administrative personnel.

q  Make key solicitations for financial support and actively build support from existing and prospective donors as well as current, past and prospective trustees.

q  Serve as the primary point of contact for trustees, organizing the Board’s affairs to provide an environment that engages and stimulates, assuring the broadest and most effective use of each trustee’s time and talents.

q  Communicate appropriately matters of importance to Board and staff.

q  Work with the Board and the AD to develop annual plans and budgets that support the strategic plan for the Chorale.

q  Use creative, innovative decision-making and problem-solving strategies for adapting to uncertainties and complexities of the organization and the external environment.

q  Work with other community leaders, especially SCFD Tier II colleagues and Chorus America peers; represent the Chorale in myriad community activities.

q  Coordinate special projects as directed by the Board and/or the AD.

Shared Responsibilities:

In collaboration with the Artistic Director, the Executive Director will:

q  Build a vital and lasting partnership with the AD.

q  Develop and implement strategies to ensure the Chorale’s institutional, artistic and public service goals are achieved, and inform the Board of actions taken in furtherance of those goals.

q  Be a leader of people, engaging and motivating staff, Board and volunteers in the pursuit of excellence.

q  Interview and select appropriate administrative personnel.

Reporting Relationships:

q  Reports to the Artistic Director

q  Positions reporting directly to the Executive Director:

  • Development Directors (2)
  • Marketing Director
  • Finance Manager
  • Accounts Receivable and Database Manager
  • Office Manager

Competencies:

q  Strong knowledge of and well respected in the philanthropic community

q  Ability to represent the Chorale to the community

q  Excellent financial management skills

q  Excellent written and oral communication skills

q  Exhibits sound and accurate judgment

q  Demonstrates accuracy and thoroughness

q  Adheres to ethical principles that reflect the highest standards of organizational and individual behavior

q  Demonstrates strong interpersonal skills and excels in trust building; a team player

q  Uses time efficiently, prioritizes and plans work activities; completes work in a timely manner

q  Demonstrates natural leadership ability and displays the strengths of an exceptional leader

q  Is strongly positioned to ensure continued success for the Chorale

Qualifications:  Bachelor’s degree required, graduate degree or equivalent preferred; Executive Director experience in the areas outlined above, preferably in the non-profit world; passion for children in the performing arts; and knowledge of best practices in the arts and non-profit management.

Special Events Coordinator

The Art Underground of Louisville, CO seeks a Special Events Coordinator who will be responsible for planning, organizing, and executing fundraising events for The Art Underground.  This position works closely with the Executive Director to promote fundraising for the organization and supports the organizational budget and strategic plan for The Art Underground.

SCHEDULE:

Part-time, 20 hours/week, $15/hour. Evenings and weekends required supporting special events and community relations activities.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Lead organization’s fundraising events to include research, planning, and managing execution of events
  • Oversee and maintains special event budget, ensuring it is in line with organizational budget and fundraising goals as determined by the Executive Director;
  • Develop event sponsorship materials, including sponsor fulfillment opportunities and maintaining financial reports for events
  • Solicit and secure monetary and in-kind sponsorships as well as individual donors and other funding sources for all special events to meet organizational revenue goals
  • Lead meetings for event committee (consisting of volunteers, staff and Board) to complete necessary functions of major fundraising events, to include: identifying/securing location, ticket sales, food, entertainment, decorations, marketing, securing auction items in a timely and comprehensive manner
  • Identify, secure and maintain event database system such as ReadySetAuction, Black Tie to manage event records and contact information for future lead generation
  • Develop and track timelines/benchmarks to ensure events are on schedule and deadlines are met
  • Assist with the execution of the media plan for each event; maintain event promotions through website and Facebook
  • Work with development director to ensure timely processing of contributions and maintenance of donor records, including all gift entry and donor acknowledgement
  • Communicate effectively with the management team, Executive Director and Board of Directors

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES:

No supervisory responsibilities, however the Special Event Coordinator will schedule and lead Special Event Committee meetings as detailed above.

EDUCATION:

Bachelor’s degree in related field and/or a minimum three years work-related experience in event-planning, fundraising, sales or marketing experience is required. 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Proven success in raising funds through a variety of creative fundraising activities and experience organizing a large event or working with a development team of board members and volunteers to solicit donors, track prospects and send out solicitation materials.

  • Proven management and leadership capabilities;
  • Strong verbal communication skills and ability to participate in public speaking events;
  • Excellent written communication, research and organization skills;
  • Excellent problem solving skills and ability to multi-task;
  • Organizational and time management skills to handle on-going, revolving deadlines;
  • Self-directed, results-driven personality;
  • Strong partnership-building and event planning skills;
  • Ability to work as a team member and to provide excellent customer service;
  • Advanced computer skills including Excel, MS Office;
  • Ability to update websites, social media, and familiarity with major event database systems such as ReadySetAuction or Black Tie preferred;
  • Commitment to The Art Underground goals and mission

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally required to stand, walk, sit, use hands, reach with hands and arms and talk/hear.  The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 lbs.

To apply: Please submit resume, cover letter and three references to:

Lisa Atallah, Lisa.atallah@gmail.com

No calls please.  This job posting will available through April 25, 2015; the position deadline is May 1st.

Marketing and Development Director

CHBA is seeking a creative, charismatic, and future driven individual to lead the marketing and development efforts of the organization. This person would report to and partner with the Executive Director and the Board of Directors and will spearhead all marketing and development efforts as CHBA continues to grow. As new position in the organization, the Director will have the opportunity to help design the new position with the Executive Director and board. Location: Historic Grant Avenue Building, 216 S. Grant St. Denver, CO 80209

Hours of Service: 25 hours per week. Very flexible, self-determined time schedule. Duties Needed: 1. Develop and ensures implementation of the strategic plan for Development Department 2. Secure financial support from individuals, foundations and corporations 3. Develop and maintain ongoing relationships with major donors 4. Writes and submits all grant proposals 5. Supervises all annual events including the annual auction and golf tournament 6. Acts as a representative for development related internal and external activities 7. Create all marketing material including quarterly newsletters, seasonal promotional materials, and advertisements 8. Maintain and Update the organizations website, social media pages, and fundraising platforms. 9. Attend seminars and meetings, as necessary, to cultivate relationships and stay connected to other Denver organizations. 10. Work to increase brand awareness, ensure our mission is clearly communicated, and build relationships with existing customers, referral sources, and new members.

Skills Required: 1. Bachelor's degree, or equivalent work experience required 2. 3+ years' experience in donor cultivation/solicitation and/or marketing 3. Excellent written and verbal communication skills required 4. Proficiency with Microsoft Word, Publisher, Powerpoint, and Excel required 5. Familiarity with music and the Denver cultural scene preferred 6. Public speaking experience preferred 7. Proven fund-raising track record is required. 8. Knowledge of development processes and fundraising principles is required. 9. Knowledge of database management and donor data research is required. 10. High level of self-motivation and ability to work independently 11. Outstanding organizational skills and attention to detail is required.
12. Strong interpersonal and professional skills are required. 13. Creativity and the ability to think out of the box is required! 14. Understanding of Colorado and national fundraising communities is preferred.

Salary: $1000.00/month, the Board of Directors will review goals in 3 months and again after 1 year possibly base on results. Start Date: June 1, 2015 Interested parties should inquire no later than April 15, 2015.

Please contact Susan Smith at ssmith@cohonorband.org or call the office at 303-778-6693