BotanyBotany
DanceDance
Cultural HistoryCultural History
TheatreTheatre
MusicMusic
Natural HistoryNatural History
ArtArt
ZoologyZoology
Home > Job Board

Job Board

Only SCFD funded organizations and selected partner agencies are eligible for submitting their job postings to this Board. If you would like to submit your posting, please email the position information, including application deadline, to scfd@scfd.org.

Database Administrator  

The Children’s Museum of Denver seeks a qualified Database Administrator to be responsible for the efficient administration of constituent databases and to maintain the integrity of all constituent records for the Museum. The Database Administrator will serve multiple departments across the Museum and set standards, business rules, create reports, and ensure the accuracy of all ticketing, admission, donor, and membership data. The ideal candidate will have experience working with Altru, Raiser’s Edge, or similar nonprofit-related database software, and be prepared to manage other software solutions within the Museum.

FLSA Status:               Exempt, Full time 40 hour

Schedule:                    Monday – Friday

Essential Functions

  • Define and oversee the maintenance and administration requirements of the Altru Database
  • Serve as the Liaison between the Museum, Altru/Blackbaud, and Museum’s outsourced IT team
  • Provide oversight of data quality, structure, and management within the Altru database;
  • Oversee data enrichment and the cleansing of data moving in and out of the Altru system
  • Supervise data entry staff to ensure timely and accurate data entry
  • Manage the Children’s Museum’s account within the Scientific & Cultural Collaborative shared database including data Import, export and process list trade requests
  • Conduct departmental staff training on the use of Altru and assist staff in constructing queries and implementing report requests
  • Troubleshoot database problems, issues, and concerns
  • Ability to work evenings and weekends as necessary
  • Other duties and special projects as assigned

Qualifications

  • Candidates should be detailed oriented and very creative, as this position is a critical link to all user departments in developing operational reporting
  • Ability to work collaboratively with end users to understand their needs and translate their
    requests into effective queries and reports
  • Ability to multitask and problem solve in an ever-changing team-oriented environment
  • Excellent organizational skills, analytical skills and attention to detail
  • Project management experience
  • IT experience
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • 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

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, cover letter and salary requirements to Bonnie Bosworth, Office Manager by May 7, 2015:

(fax) 303-433-9520 or (email) bonnieb@cmdenver.org.  No phone calls please. 

 

Special Events Coordinator

Lone Tree Arts Center is seeking a Special Events Coordinator. Under the supervision of the Lone Tree Arts Center (LTAC) Operations Director, the Events Coordinator develops and implements community events and programs (including outdoor summer events and an annual large-scale Independence Day event), provides logistical coordination and support for LTAC’s visual arts exhibits, assists LTAC’s Rentals and Event Coordinator with rental clients and other Art Center events, and works on other LTAC projects as assigned. The Events Coordinator is the point person at each community event and has responsibility for on-site operations. This position requires evening and weekend obligations, summer outdoor work, as well as work on some holidays (e.g. July 4th and Labor Day Weekend.)

Job Status: Full-time, Exempt
Hiring Pay Range: Minimum $44,900 - Midpoint $55,000 annually*
*Offered salary will be determined based upon selected candidate’s relevant education and experience; not to exceed midpoint.
Benefits include: Medical, dental, vision, life insurance, employer match in PERA retirement system, optional 401K and 457 plans, paid time off, flexible spending accounts, short term disability, long term disability, and tuition reimbursement.
Expected Hours of Work:
This position requires evening and weekend obligations, summer outdoor work, as well as work on some holidays (e.g. July 4th and Labor Day Weekend.)

Essential Functions

EXAMPLE OF DUTIES: (The following essential job functions and examples of duties are illustrative only and are not intended to be all inclusive. Duties may be modified, added or deleted at the discretion of the Executive Director).

• Responsible for the implementation and on-site management of Lone Tree annual events, which currently include two summer concerts in the park for audiences between 1,000 – 5,000; an outdoor movie night; a Kidsfest, the Arbor Day tree sale; Wag’ n Romp dog activity at Cook Creek Park; Lone Tree’s Independence Day Celebration for 10,000 people; a Labor Day Discover Lone Tree festival; and a Fall Celebration at historic Schweiger Ranch. The Independence Day events include controlled admission, a children’s bike parade, food vendors, activities for children, a concert and full fireworks display.
• Coordinates contracts for entertainers and event service providers (e.g., sound, portable toilets, trash disposal, food vendors, suppliers, contract employees and barricades).
• Responsible for developing and monitoring events and program budgets.
• Works closely with LTAC Marketing Director to coordinate marketing for special events.
• Works as part of a city-wide event support team on a variety of events as assigned.
• Provides support to the LTAC Rentals and Event Coordinator including invoicing of rentals, answering inquiries about renting the Arts Center and serving as staff liaison during rental events as assigned.
• Coordinates two major art shows annually, including managing submission and awards process, hanging artwork and coordinating with artists and other partners.
• Other duties and events as assigned.
This position directly supervises event volunteers and other event staff.

Qualifications

Education: bachelor's degree in event management, performing arts, marketing, or related field.
Work Experience: A minimum of five years’ experience in event planning and management including significant experience in large-scale outdoor events.

• Event planning and management with preference given to candidates with experience in producing large-scale, outdoor public events, including fireworks displays, concerts, and food vendors.
• Strong budgeting and financial management.
• Recruitment and management of volunteers.
• Knowledge of materials, services, and support systems required for staging special events.
• Strong written and verbal communication skills; attention to detail and ability to work without direct supervision while in the field.
• Must have excellent Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint) skills.
• Strong written and verbal communication skills with the ability to effectively communicate and interact with all levels of personnel and visitors of the City of Lone Tree.
• Must have the ability to operate a variety of standard office equipment, e.g. copier, fax machine and personal computer.
• Demonstrated personal effectiveness, credibility, thoroughness, flexibility, and collaboration skills.
• Requires a valid Colorado driver’s license and a clean driving history.
Equipment Used, Work Environment and Physical Activities:
• Driving: Must be physically capable of operating motor vehicles safely in the normal course of assignments.
• Office equipment: Daily use of a copier, scanner, and printer.
• Computer equipment: Daily use of a personal computer, MS Office software, GIS software.
• Language skills: Reads, analyzes, and interprets, financial reports, and legal document; writes professional reports and correspondence and using proper spelling, grammar, and style; presents information and responds to questions from top management, citizens and large groups.
• Reasoning ability: Defines problems, collects data, establishes facts, and draws valid conclusions using a variety of abstract and concrete variables.
• Physical activities: Sits and stands for long periods of time; bend, stoop, reach, climb, carry and lift for varying periods. Requires continuous and repetitive arm-hand-eye movement.
• Lifting: Often involves lifting and carrying up to 25 lbs. and 50 lbs. occasionally.
• Vision and hearing: Must have visual acuity to see and read paper and electronic documents; must be able to answer telephones, communicate conversation and respond to verbal inquiries.
• Exposure to environmental conditions: Outside field work in a variety of weather conditions is required.

All candidates are required to successfully complete a thorough Criminal Background Check and Drug Test.

TO APPLY: Please visit: http://www.cityoflonetree.com/jobs.aspx
A complete application package will include:
o City of Lone Tree Application
o A cover letter detailing applicant’s demonstration of qualifications as listed above and statement of interest in this position
o Current resume
Completed application packages can be emailed to adminhiring@cityoflonetree.com. Apply by May 15

 

Development Associate-Member Services/Major Gifts Coordinator

Denver Center for the Performing Arts seeks a Development Associate. This position provides support for donor development, corporate fundraising for sponsorships, and ongoing fundraising activities.  Support development efforts through prospect tracking.  Process all donor contributions.  Research and report donor prospects information, lost donors, and lapsed donors.  Assists with logistical and administrative components of major donor and planned giving events.

Essential Functions

  • Develop personal relationships with donors, particularly those in the membership groups. 
  • Solicit donors for renewals, upgrades and event participation. 
  • Work directly with donors on their ticketing and other special needs.
  • Coordinate events for membership groups.  Select décor, menu, etc. and prepare contracts with vendors. 
  • Work with Executive office to coordinate guests at all VIP events. 
  • Responsible for determining payment plans, billing, invoicing, maintaining payments and entering donations into Audience View. 
  • Determine tax deductibility of donations and acknowledge donors with follow-up correspondence.

Qualifications

This is a temp to hire position and the right candidate will have outstanding communication and organizational skills.  Must possess excellent telephone, communications, and interpersonal skills with the ability to manage multiple projects and priorities.  A high degree of independent judgment, confidentiality initiative, problem solving and decision-making and the ability to interact verbally and in writing with DCPA personnel, caterers, donors, trustees and CEO’s.

Four to Five years of experience working in a development office with a high degree of personal contact with donors if greatly preferred.      

 

Education Coordinator

Environmental Learning for Kids (ELK) seeks an Education Coordinator to specialize in school programs. In accordance with Board directives and ELK's mission, the ELK Education Coordinator maximizes the effectiveness and smooth functioning of the organization by planning, managing, developing, and implementing School Programs, School Recruitment, Recruitment and Retention of Students and Community Outreach Events. This position is directly related to ELK’s general business operations and is critical to running all aspects of the organization. Some evening and weekend work is required in meeting position responsibilities.

Hours: Full-time, occasional evening and weekend work required
Salary: $30,000-$32,500
Benefits: Includes health insurance (up to $250 premium), generous paid time off package and a flexible work schedule

Essential Functions

  • Implement the goals, objectives, policies, and procedures for the following ELK programs: School Based Programs, School Recruitment, Student Recruitment and Retention, and Community Outreach Events
  • Responsible for teaching, planning, scheduling and managing ELK’s School-Based Programs, including in-school and afterschool programs. Develop and update science-based curriculum that is aligned with Colorado Academic Standards; Coordinate with interns, student employees and other ELK staff to deliver and evaluate high quality science and environmental education lessons. Coordinate lesson plans, confirmations and invoices with school administrators. * Most schools are located in North East Denver in the Green Valley Ranch and Montbello Neighborhood.
  • Responsible for School Recruitment into ELK’s School-Based Programs. Advertises ELK’s programs to schools and recreation centers; Maintain constant contact with teachers and school administrators within the K-8th grades.
  • Responsible for Student Recruitment into ELK’s year round programs through school-based programs, community outreach events, and other student recruiting activities as needed (including school assembly programs, teacher/administrator meetings, parent/student orientation meetings, and training workshops); this includes orientation, and registration of new students and/or families into ELK and management of all participant files ensuring complete paperwork on file for each participant.
  • Responsible for Student Retention in ELK’s year round programs through regular communication, check-in’s, and program invitations. This includes maintaining communication with ELK participants via postal mail, electronic mail, telephone calls, text messages, and/or social media to inform them of upcoming program details and logistics; some of this work may occur outside of normal work hours. The ability to build genuine relationships with youth and their families is critical.
  • Responsible for scheduling and staffing year-round Community Outreach Events including development and delivery of education activities, youth recruitment efforts, and distribution of ELK marketing materials.
  • Assist in the supervision of Summer Youth Employment Program participants during summer months including hiring, orientation, training, work plan, and work schedule management.
  • Assist in recruitment, logistics, and staffing of all of ELK’s year-round programming (Denver Youth Naturally, Youth in Natural Resources, and Leadership Corps).
  • Assist with inventory and maintenance of all ELK program equipment, including camping, hiking, winter activity gear, 15 passenger vans, and all other educational field trip items. Keeps detailed inventory and reports any discrepancies to appropriate staff to rectify the issue.
  • Coordinate and supervise the work plans of student participants, summer youth employees, volunteers, contract labor. Assists the intern and volunteer coordinators in organizing training and participation in ELK programs for college interns and volunteers.
  • Assist in all efforts to obtain long term funding for Environmental Learning for Kids and our programs. This includes assisting in generating and marketing earned income activities including fee-for-service, contracts and other entrepreneurial income generating services. Assistance in preparation of grants, community outreach and partnership development.
  • Assist in the completion of marketing and reporting materials, maintaining digital photo library and narratives from participants about programs, and contributes to the ELK website, newsletter, and social media sites.
  • Build and foster strategic partnerships, community outreach/marketing, and distribution of information about ELK and our programs to schools, associations, nonprofits, government agencies, and the general public through publications, presentations, and public speaking engagements.
  • Contribute to a positive, productive workplace through open communication, problem solving, sense of humor, and dedication to achieving ELK’s goals and mission.

Qualifications - minimum

  • Bachelor’s degree in Elementary and/or Secondary Education with 2-3 years experience in environmental or science education;
  • Or a Bachelor’s degree in Zoology, Wildlife/Aquatic Biology, or Nature Resource Management or equivalent science-based degree with 2-3 years K-8th grade formal or informal teaching experience
  • And/or three to five years’ related experience or training, and/or equivalent combination of education and experience.

Qualifications - preferred

  • Spanish speaking, writing, and comprehension skills (intermediate or higher)
  • Experience working with diverse, multicultural youth and families.
  • Experience delivering informal education programs through in-school, after-school, environmental education, or summer camp programs.
  • Experience developing science-based curriculum (K-8) in alignment with state academic standards.
  • Experience instructing outdoor recreation in urban and/or wilderness settings.

The ideal candidate for this position will possess a combination of skills and experience in the following areas:

  • One-three years of experience in direct development, implementation, supervision, and management of educational programs
  • One-three years of experience in building strategic partnerships and generation of earned income
  • Excellent presentation and communications (written and oral) skills to effectively communicate with diverse audiences; proficiently read, write and converse in Spanish a plus
  • Must be able to proficiently use Microsoft Office applications, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook
  • Skills in collaboration and teamwork, ability to develop good team relationship with coworkers, Board, volunteers and key stakeholder groups
  • Experience or interest in outdoor recreation programs, field-based projects, and camping
  • The ability to be flexible, adaptable, to learn quickly, and function effectively in fast-paced and time-sensitive environment
  • High level of professionalism, discretion and commitment to maintain confidentiality
  • Experience and familiarity with Denver, Adams, and Arapahoe school districts in addition to some of Colorado’s universities, colleges, and community colleges a plus

To apply, please submit a cover letter, resume, two professional references, and a writing sample addressing the following two items: 1) Your interest in working for ELK and your personal commitment to ELK’s articulated values and mission, including our commitment to inclusiveness and promoting educational rights through our work. 2) How your specific skills and experience would enable you to be successful in advancing ELK’s education programs.

CBI/FBI Background check required. Applicants will send a cover letter, resume, references, and writing sample via email to Kim Weiss, ELK Education Director at: kweiss@elkkids.org

Apply by May 15, 2015.

 

Retail and Merchandising Manager

Foothills Art Center seeks a Retail and Mechandising Manager to provide a strong vision for the retail gallery space to ensure a high quality positive visitor experience and maximize gallery revenue through exemplary, prompt, courteous sales service, creative inventory management and merchandising while prompting Foothills Art Center’s mission. Position is critical because it provides the first and last point-of-contact to visitors.

Classification: Three quarter time (up to 32 hours), Non-Exempt
Schedule: 4 days – between Tuesday through Sunday
Work Hours – 9:30-5:30 T-Sat and Sun 11:30-5:30
Occasional evening hours required for exhibition openings and special events
Reports to: Executive Director

Essential Functions

• Ensure that the gift shop product and service are aligned with Foothills Art Center mission
• Promote gift sales by educating customer about product, artist and shop philosophy
• Provide exemplary customer service during all interactions with visitors, volunteers and co-workers
• Oversee the retail shop and exhibition art sales
• Hire, train, and evaluate gift shop sales staff and recruit, train, and evaluate gift shop volunteers
• Manage Gift Shop Associate and Gift Shop Volunteers
• Develop and execute a merchandise plan placement including displays, and inventory rotation that supports exhibition schedule
• Create inventory standards
• Remerchandise, face and replenish inventory daily
• Develop store procedures and processes
• Ensure PCI compliance at point of sale and through all credit card processing systems
• Reduce risk through development and proper controls on cash and credit payment systems and store security procedures
• Recruit new gift shop artists and steward existing artists
• Manage artists’ commission process to ensure accurate and timely payments for shop and exhibition art sales
• Develop and manage gift shop sales plan and budget; collaborate with Executive Director to create annual sales goals
• Responsible for gift shop budget and profitability
• Accurately track and report gift gallery metrics on a monthly basis; create monthly sales reports and effectively communicate numbers to FAC staff
• Manage point of sale software and consignment systems; interact with Mercury Pay System on credit card processing issues
• Oversee inventory data management and input for inventory system for gift shop and exhibition art
• Partner with marketing to aggressively promote shop and its unique product
• Collaborate with exhibitions and marketing teams to jury, display, promote, and close Holiday Art Market
• Support and attend all exhibition openings, previews, receptions and events
• Interact positively with visitors on the gift and exhibition gallery floors
• Act as an concierge to the Golden area and answer general directional questions
• Act as an ambassador for FAC’s mission, values and style to build a positive professional reputation to the larger community
• Contribute to create a positive work environment.

Qualifications

• Bachelors or Master’s degree in business, retail sales and/or marketing
• 3-5 years’ experience in retail and merchandising, experience in a museum or gallery setting preferred
• Proficient in Microsoft Office, QuickBooks Intuit Point of Sale, consignment
• Experience with spreadsheets, data management and basic Microsoft Office
• Exhibits exemplary customer service skills/experience; enjoys working with the public
• Ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment
• Excellent interpersonal and communication skills both verbal and writing
• Proactive, creative and detail oriented
• Works independently, is self-assured, energetic and takes positive initiative
• Flexible and willing to work weekends, some evenings, and if necessary, holidays
• Creates an atmosphere of teamwork and positive energy among general public, visitors, co-workers, volunteers

Working Environment

Foothills Art Center staff is committed to providing exemplary visitor experience and programs to its supporters, and community. FAC has a small, fast paced entrepreneurial staff with high performance capacity, ability to perform throughout a broad range of duties from administrative and operational tasks to high level donor cultivation and leadership activity.
Physical/Mental Requirements: This position requires lifting up to 50+ lbs., walking and standing, climbing ladders and sitting. Physical demands associated with the essential functions include lite lifting, reaching, handing, talking and listening. Requires applying logical principles to collect data, define problems and draw conclusions, communicate effectively and maintain professional working relationships. Demonstrates commitment and pride in FAC mission and individual work

How to Apply: No phone calls or email inquiries please. Apply by sending a cover letter with salary requirements, resume and references to MaryEllen@foothillsartcenter.org.

Visit http://foothillsartcenter.org/fac/about/careers/ to learn more. 

 

Visitor Services Associate

Foothills Art Center seeks a Visitory Services Associate. Ensure a high quality positive visitor experience through exemplary, prompt, courteous service while prompting Foothills Art Center’s mission. Position is critical for it provides the first and last point-of-contact to visitors.

Classification: Part time (24 hours), Non-Exempt
Schedule: 4 days – between Tuesday through Sunday
Work Hours – 9:30-5:30 T-Sat and Sun 11:30-5:30
Occasional evening hours required for exhibition openings and special events.
Reports to: Visitor Services Manager or Director on Duty

Essential Functions

• Provide exemplary customer service during all interactions with visitors, volunteers and co-workers
• Open and close FAC1 building, welcome desk computer according to defined procedures
• Greet the public in person or over phone
• Promote the sale of admissions, memberships, educational programs, and volunteer opportunities
• Process accurately and consistently admissions, member visits, education class/workshop sign up, and gift shop sales when necessary
• Process accurately and consistently new memberships and member renewals through QuickBooks Point of Sale and Gift Works database
• Perform cashier duties including handling cash, check and charge transactions using QuickBooks Point of Sale system
• Reduce risk by understanding and following PCI procedures to reduce potential credit card fraud, cash handling procedures, building and gift shop security
• Accurately track visitor information and demographics
• Provide current information about gallery exhibitions, programs, classes, camps and workshops
• Answer incoming phone calls timely and appropriately, or route them to appropriate staff
• Update phone system as needed to assure accurate and up-to-date information
• Act as an concierge to the Golden area and answers general directional questions
• Maintain an organized reception, front desk and lobby areas
• Replenish visitor materials including membership information, educational information, brochures, maps, etc. and well-stocked front desk area
• Ensure the safety and cleanliness of reception area - includes dusting, stocking bathrooms, emptying trash/recycling, filling humidifiers, litter or debris pickup, and light snow or ice removal
• Receive FAC packages or artists’ work
• Cover for Gift Sales Associate when needed
• Provide administrative assistance to other departments as needed
• Coordinate and order all FAC office supplies
• Support and attend all exhibition openings, previews, receptions and events
• Act as an ambassador for FAC’s mission, values and style to build a positive professional reputation to the larger community
• Contribute to create a positive work environment

Qualifications

• Associates or bachelor’s degree or 1-year related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Museum/art gallery experience is a plus
• 1-3 year experience in providing exceptional service in a customer service role with experience in public interface and problem solving, ideally a museum or other visitor attraction setting
• 1-3 year experience cash handling – operating a register, making change, using credit card swipe system
• 1-3 year experience with point of sale software system and basic Microsoft Office; Versed in Quick Books POS, GiftWorks system a plus and basic landline telephone operations
• Excellent interpersonal and communication skills both verbal and writing
• Detail oriented and follows step by step procedures accurately
• Manages multiple tasks simultaneously with a minimal degree of supervision; maintains confidentiality
• Works independently, is self-assured, energetic and takes positive initiative
• Flexible and willing to work weekends, some evenings, and if necessary, holidays
• Creates an atmosphere of teamwork and positive energy among general public, visitors, co-workers, volunteers

Working Environment

Foothills Art Center staff is committed to providing exemplary visitor experience and programs to its supporters, and community. FAC has a small, fast paced entrepreneurial staff with high performance capacity, ability to perform throughout a broad range of duties from administrative and operational tasks to high level donor cultivation and leadership activity.
Physical/Mental Requirements: This position requires walking, standing and sitting. Physical demands associated with the essential functions include lite lifting, reaching, handing, talking and listening. Requires applying logical principles to collect data, define problems and draw conclusions, communicate effectively and maintain professional working relationships. Demonstrates commitment and pride in FAC mission and individual work.

No phone calls or email inquiries please. Apply by sending a cover letter with salary requirements, resume and references to MaryEllen@foothillsartcenter.org.

Visit http://foothillsartcenter.org/fac/about/careers/ to learn more. 

 

Gift Shop Sales Associate

Foothills Art Center seeks a Gift Shop Sales Associate to ensure a high quality positive visitor experience through exemplary, prompt, courteous sales service while prompting Foothills Art Center’s mission. Position is critical because it provides the first and last point-of-contact to visitors. Foothills Art Center staff is committed to providing exemplary visitor experience and programs to its supporters, and community. FAC has a small, fast paced entrepreneurial staff with high performance capacity, ability to perform throughout a broad range of duties from administrative and operational tasks to high level donor cultivation and leadership activity.

Classification: Part time (up to 24 hours), Non-Exempt
Schedule: 4 days – between Tuesday through Sunday
Work Hours – 9:30-5:30 T-Sat and Sun 11:30-5:30
Occasional evening hours required for exhibition openings and special events.
Reports to: Gift Shop Manager or Director on Duty

Essential Functions

• Provide exemplary customer service during all interactions with visitors, volunteers and co-workers
• Greet customers in person or over phone
• Promote gift sales by educating customer about product, artist and shop philosophy
• Perform gift shop cashier duties including handling cash, check and charge transactions using Intuit Point of Sale QuickBooks database system
• Reduce risk by understanding and following PCI compliance and cash handling procedures, observing gift gallery to prevent theft
• Processe accurately and consistently sales, refunds, discounts
• Maintain an organized gift shop; ensure all products and displays are clean, neat -- includes dusting, litter pickup, inside window washing, changing lightbulbs, etc.
• Remerchandise, face and replenishe inventory daily
• Receive and unpack inventory and artists’ work
• Processe gift shop and exhibition art inventory by accurately entering data into POS system, creating labels and displaying
• Responsible for inventory data base management and input
• Collaborate with gift shop volunteers and artists
• Follow open and close policies and procedures
• Assist retail manger/merchandiser to change displays and reconfigure store
• Update artists portfolio book to assure accurate and up-to-date information
• Work alongside FAC volunteers
• Answer phone calls appropriately or route them to qualified staff
• Act as an concierge to the Golden area and answer general directional questions
• Cover for Visitor Services Associate when needed and is versed in current information about gallery exhibitions, programs, classes, camps and workshops
• Provide administrative assistance to other departments as needed
• Support and attend all exhibition openings, previews, receptions and events
• Act as an ambassador for FAC’s mission, values and style to build a positive professional reputation to the larger community
• Contribute to create a positive work environment.

Qualifications

• Associates or bachelor’s degree or minimum 1-year related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of retail sales. Museum/art gallery experience is a plus
• 1-3 year experience in providing exceptional service in a customer service role with experience in public interface and problem solving, ideally a museum or other visitor attraction setting
• 1-3 year experience in retail, cash handling – operating a register, making change, using credit card swipe system
• 1-3 year experience with point of sale software system and basic Microsoft Office; Versed in QuickBooks Intuit Point of Sale, and basic landline telephone operations
• Excellent interpersonal and communication skills both verbal and writing
• Detail oriented and follows step by step procedures accurately
• Manages multiple tasks simultaneously with a minimal degree of supervision; maintains confidentiality
• Works independently, is creative, self-assured, energetic and takes positive initiative
• Flexible and willing to work weekends, some evenings, and if necessary, holidays
• Creates an atmosphere of teamwork and positive energy among general public, visitors, co-workers, volunteers.

Physical/Mental Requirements

This position requires walking, standing and sitting. Physical demands associated with the essential functions include lite lifting, reaching, handing, talking and listening. Requires applying logical principles to collect data, define problems and draw conclusions, communicate effectively and maintain professional working relationships. Demonstrates commitment and pride in FAC mission and individual work.

Visit http://foothillsartcenter.org/fac/about/careers/ to learn more. 

 

Office Manager

The Denver Museum of Nature & Science (DMNS) seeks an Office Manager. This is an exciting opportunity to play an integral part in the continued success of the Museum, with 450+ full-time and part-time employees and more than 1,800 volunteers. DMNS is searching for a personable, problem solving, and highly motivated Office Manager to support the fast paced Museum Programs Department. This person will provide critical support for the Museum Programs (MP) branch through administration and financial tracking. The Office Manager will be responsible for the management of the MP office, maintaining and tracking an administrative budget, and supporting all branches of the MP department.

The Denver Museum of Nature & Science is the Rocky Mountain region’s leading resource for informal science education. Located in the heart of Denver City Park, and neighbor to the Denver Zoo, the Museum offers a variety of exhibitions, programs, and activities help Museum visitors experience the natural wonders of Colorado, Earth, and the universe. More than 300,000 students and teachers are served by Museum each year. The Museum houses nearly 1.5 million artifacts and specimens in its collections from around the world.

 A successful candidate will exceed in the following skills:

  • Interpersonal communication skills: Solid verbal and written communication skills will be necessary for this position.
  • Creative thinking and problem solving skills
  • Attention to detail
  • Organizational Skills: You will need to do many things at once, schedule our many studio spaces, maintain a budget, keep tabs on multiple projects and daily activities as well as work with all MP staff to achieve goals and execute successful programs.
  • Successful candidates must have at a minimum a high school diploma or GED (Bachelor’s Degree preferred) and at least two years working as an Office Manager, Executive or Administrative Assistant. 
  • Candidates should also have advanced proficiency in Excel and a solid knowledge of Microsoft Word, Power Point and Publisher. Advanced multi-tasking and decision making skills required. Knowledge of Galaxy or other ticketing system a plus. 
  • Spanish speaking preferred. 

Please submit your cover letter and resume by 5:00 PM MST on May 11, 2015.

No phone calls please.  Applications may only be accepted electronically via the Museum’s website www.dmns.org.  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.

 

Events Coordinator

The City of Lone Tree seeks an Events Coordinator. Under the supervision of the Lone Tree Arts Center (LTAC) Operations Director, the Events Coordinator develops and implements community events and programs (including outdoor summer events and an annual large-scale Independence Day event), provides logistical coordination and support for LTAC’s visual arts exhibits, assists LTAC’s Rentals and Event Coordinator with rental clients and other Art Center events, and works on other LTAC projects as assigned. The Events Coordinator is the point person at each community event and has responsibility for on-site operations. This position requires evening and weekend obligations, summer outdoor work, as well as work on some holidays (e.g. July 4th and Labor Day Weekend.)

EXAMPLE OF DUTIES: (The following essential job functions and examples of duties are illustrative only and are not intended to be all inclusive. Duties may be modified, added or deleted at the discretion of the Executive Director).

Essential Functions

• Responsible for the implementation and on-site management of Lone Tree annual events, which currently include two summer concerts in the park for audiences between 1,000 – 5,000; an outdoor movie night; a Kidsfest, the Arbor Day tree sale; Wag’ n Romp dog activity at Cook Creek Park; Lone Tree’s Independence Day Celebration for 10,000 people; a Labor Day Discover Lone Tree festival; and a Fall Celebration at historic Schweiger Ranch. The Independence Day events include controlled admission, a children’s bike parade, food vendors, activities for children, a concert and full fireworks display.
• Coordinates contracts for entertainers and event service providers (e.g., sound, portable toilets, trash disposal, food vendors, suppliers, contract employees and barricades).
• Responsible for developing and monitoring events and program budgets.
• Works closely with LTAC Marketing Director to coordinate marketing for special events.
• Works as part of a city-wide event support team on a variety of events as assigned.
• Provides support to the LTAC Rentals and Event Coordinator including invoicing of rentals, answering inquiries about renting the Arts Center and serving as staff liaison during rental events as assigned.
• Coordinates two major art shows annually, including managing submission and awards process, hanging artwork and coordinating with artists and other partners.
• Other duties and events as assigned.

This position directly supervises event volunteers and other event staff.


Education

Bachelor's degree in event management, performing arts, marketing, or related field.
Work Experience: A minimum of five years’ experience in event planning and management including significant experience in large-scale outdoor events.
• Event planning and management with preference given to candidates with experience in producing large-scale, outdoor public events, including fireworks displays, concerts, and food vendors.
• Strong budgeting and financial management.
• Recruitment and management of volunteers.
• Knowledge of materials, services, and support systems required for staging special events.
• Strong written and verbal communication skills; attention to detail and ability to work without direct supervision while in the field.
• Must have excellent Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint) skills.
• Strong written and verbal communication skills with the ability to effectively communicate and interact with all levels of personnel and visitors of the City of Lone Tree.
• Must have the ability to operate a variety of standard office equipment, e.g. copier, fax machine and personal computer.
• Demonstrated personal effectiveness, credibility, thoroughness, flexibility, and collaboration skills.
• Requires a valid Colorado driver’s license and a clean driving history.
Equipment Used, Work Environment and Physical Activities:
• Driving: Must be physically capable of operating motor vehicles safely in the normal course of assignments.
• Office equipment: Daily use of a copier, scanner, and printer.
• Computer equipment: Daily use of a personal computer, MS Office software, GIS software.
• Language skills: Reads, analyzes, and interprets, financial reports, and legal document; writes professional reports and correspondence and using proper spelling, grammar, and style; presents information and responds to questions from top management, citizens and large groups.
• Reasoning ability: Defines problems, collects data, establishes facts, and draws valid conclusions using a variety of abstract and concrete variables.
• Physical activities: Sits and stands for long periods of time; bend, stoop, reach, climb, carry and lift for varying periods. Requires continuous and repetitive arm-hand-eye movement.
• Lifting: Often involves lifting and carrying up to 25 lbs. and 50 lbs. occasionally.
• Vision and hearing: Must have visual acuity to see and read paper and electronic documents; must be able to answer telephones, communicate conversation and respond to verbal inquiries.
• Exposure to environmental conditions: Outside field work in a variety of weather conditions is required.

Job Status: Full-time, Exempt
Hiring Pay Range: Minimum $44,900 - Midpoint $55,000 annually*
*Offered salary will be determined based upon selected candidate’s relevant education and experience; not to exceed midpoint.
Benefits include: Medical, dental, vision, life insurance, employer match in PERA retirement system, optional 401K and 457 plans, paid time off, flexible spending accounts, short term disability, long term disability, and tuition reimbursement.
Expected Hours of Work:
This position requires evening and weekend obligations, summer outdoor work, as well as work on some holidays (e.g. July 4th and Labor Day Weekend.)
TO APPLY: Please visit: http://www.cityoflonetree.com/jobs.aspx
A complete application package will include:
o City of Lone Tree Application
o A cover letter detailing applicant’s demonstration of qualifications as listed above and statement of interest in this position
o Current resume
Completed application packages can be emailed to adminhiring@cityoflonetree.com
All candidates are required to successfully complete a thorough Criminal Background Check and Drug Test.

Apply by May 15, 2015.

 

Annual Fund Manager

Opera Colorado seeks an Annual Fund Manager. The Annual Fund Manager is responsible for fundraising from individuals from $50 - $4,999 and manage benefit fulfillment. S/he coordinates fundraising initiatives with the Board of Director’s Development Committee, researches prospects for fundraising campaigns and assists in maintaining an accurate database and filing system. Also coordinates special event activities, by working cooperatively within a cross function team and the Board of Directors. 

Full-time position with salary and benefits including but not limited to medical and dental insurance.

Evening and weekend work required.

Represents the General Director and or the Director of External Affairs at events and meetings as necessary.

Salary Range:  $45,000 - $50,000

Essential Functions

  • Work cooperatively with the General Director, Director of External Affairs and Marketing to plan all Annual Fund activities including donor solicitations, benefit fulfillment, donor stewardship, and board engagement activities.
  • Articulate needs and vision of Opera Colorado, as well as donor benefits and levels through written and verbal communications.
  • Processe the daily deposit for contributed income.
  • Manage a portfolio of donors that includes 500+ donors and prospect ($50 - $4,999)
  • Manage donor benefit fulfillment of above.
  • Plan and execute various fundraising initiatives aimed at meeting and exceeding goals for securing new and increased gifts at the $50-$4,999 level.
  • Develops relationships with patrons and guests to encourage new and increased giving.
  • Meets or exceeds the expected level of donor activity each week and month, i.e. number of face-to face visits, asks, calls, personal correspondence, etc.
  • Assist the General Director with the identification of donors with capacity to upgrade to $5,000+.
  • Manage the acknowledgement process. Oversee mailings, reports and program book listings.
  • Serve as an important principle point of contact for all contributors and the Board of Directors.
  • Manage the development database and filing systems.
  • Provide donor services to patrons, resolving issues and responding to inquiries as necessary.
  • Schedule Volunteers as necessary.
  • Contribute copy for articles, promotional pieces and advertisements for development literature, including the website, season programs and the quarterly news magazine.
  • Work cooperatively with the General Director, Director of External Affairs and Marketing and the Committees of the Board of Directors to plan and present fundraising, donor benefit and cultivation events.

Personal Characteristics

  • A mission-driven individual with a belief in and commitment to Opera Colorado’s mission 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;
  • Intrepid yet tactful; determined yet respectful of others’ concerns; someone with the flexibility and creativity needed to find alternative ways to reach objectives when barriers arise; a skilled negotiator who does not drive him/herself or others into a corner;
  • 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;
  • A hard worker with a high energy level; a “doer” with a willingness to work hands-on in developing and executing a variety of development and advancement activities;
  • Emotionally mature with a very good sense of humor and the flexibility and sensitivity to work with diverse personalities and situations.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree or relevant work experience in fundraising and special events.
  • At least two years’ experience planning and managing individual giving campaigns.
  • Working knowledge of MS Word, Excel, Outlook and Tessitura.
  • Multi-task oriented individual with strict attention to detail and ability to prioritize.
  • Experience with high-net worth individuals and/or customer-oriented work environments.
  • Outstanding written and oral communication skills.
  • Ability to work independently and to make sound decisions.
  • Flexibility to attend special events and operas after hours.
  • Strategic thinker with the ability to work independently and as part of a high performing cross-functional team.
  • Demonstrated ability to work in an open, respectful, collaborative environment.

Please send cover letter, resume and references to humanresources@operacolorado.org by May 22. No phone calls please.

 

Associate Registrar

Denver Art Museum seeks an Associate Registrar to oversee management of assigned special exhibitions, traveling exhibitions, and outgoing loans and maintains related legal records and documentation.  Coordinate exhibition logistics including crating, shipping, insurance, couriers, contract conservation and security, Federal Indemnity and Immunity from Seizure applications, and related scheduling and budgeting.  Manage shipping and processes incoming acquisitions and loans for assigned curatorial departments.  

Essential Duties

Special Exhibitions: Develop and coordinate registration logistics (crating, shipping, security during shipment, contract conservation, insurance, courier arrangements and related scheduling) for art related to temporary, special, and traveling exhibitions. Coordinate, schedule, and supervise all arrangements and contractors (shippers, packers, security agencies, contract conservators, customs and insurance brokers) for exhibition loans on behalf of and between the museum, lenders, and borrowers. Coordinate and oversee loan and exhibition courier-related arrangements including air or ground transport, medical insurance, hotel, per diem, and schedule.  Work closely curatorial and other members of the exhibition core team when planning exhibitions. 

Traveling Exhibitions: Create, coordinate, and distribute exhibition and loan documentation to participating exhibition venues including loan agreements, contracts, checklists, shipping and courier schedules, crate and packing lists, condition report book, loan restrictions, certificates of insurance and related.  Coordinate courier arrangements and serve as a courier for transit, installation and deinstallation as assigned.

Government Grants and Programs: Coordinate preparation of U.S. Federal Indemnity and Immunity from Seizure applications for assigned exhibitions and oversee implementation and compliance. Arrange and oversee domestic and international shipping, and customs paperwork (proforma invoices, CITES, ESA-related, and port exemption applications) related to exhibitions and loans.  Facilitate DAM’s compliance with the TSA Certified Cargo Screening Program (CCSP).

Outgoing Loans: Coordinate estimates and scheduling considerations for multiple Exhibitions and Collections Services and Conservation departments, legal documentation, packing, crating, condition reporting and related courier arrangements.

Courier/Installation Scheduling:  Work with project manager, and packing and installation crews in coordinating installation and deinstallation schedules in manner that accommodates courier and shipping schedules for temporary, special, and traveling exhibitions and loans.

Budgets: Create and monitor exhibition budgets, track expenditures and shared costs, produce and pay invoices.

Acquisition and Loan Shipping: Oversee crating and shipping arrangements and process incoming acquisitions and loans unrelated to exhibitions for assigned curatorial departments.

Qualifications

  • Knowledge of professional museum registration, art handling, shipping and related customs issues, fine art insurance, and collections management theory and practices.
  • Computer and database management skills essential; Argus.net experience preferred.
  • Strong organizational and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to manage numerous projects of varying degrees of complexity at once
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Detail oriented
  • Skill in negotiation and resolution of non-routine problems
  • Proven team leadership skills
  • Bachelor’s degree (Master’s degree preferred) in art history, anthropology, museum studies or related field

Experience

Three–five years Registrar experience that includes specific involvement with exhibition coordination, including packing, international and domestic shipping, insurance, customs clearance and acting as courier for traveling exhibitions and/or loans. Experience with the U.S. Federal Indemnity program and application process and the TSA’s Certified Cargo Screening Program and requirements preferred. Knowledge of preventative conservation, condition reporting and proper art handling.  Familiarity with museum registration-related records and record keeping, collections management theories, and ethical principles and professional practices related to museum registration.    

 

Temporary Outbound Sales Agent

The Denver Center for the Performing Arts seeks a Temporary Outbound Sales Agent in the Box Office Department.

Essential Functions

  • Perform outbound calls to existing patrons.
  • Provide superior customer service to our patrons and guests.
  • Perform sale of subscription packages, donations and assist with season information.
  • Follow up on new leads and referrals.
  • Maintain sales materials and current product knowledge.
  • Establish and maintain current patron and potential patron relationships.

Qualifications

  • Minimum of 1+ years of outbound sales experience with demonstrated success.
  • Candidates must be personable, outgoing and sales oriented.
  • Excellent phone etiquette, communication and problem solving abilities.
  • Must be able to present information in a professional and knowledgeable manner.
  • Strong sales background and experience providing superior customer service.
  • Previous experience working in a fast paced, customer service environment preferred.
  • High School graduate or GED required, graduate work preferred.

Availability requirements

  • Must be available to work Monday through Friday 12:00pm to 8:00 pm.

This position is a full time temporary position during May, June and July 2015.

If you’re interested in applying, please e-mail a letter and resume to hrdirector@dcpa.org by May 10, 2015.

 

Executive Director

Augustana Arts seeks an Executive Director to continue building on over ten years of service and success with donors, artists, and the community. The Executive Director provides administrative and development oversight and reports to the Board of Directors. The organization's mission is “to gather community, support the arts, and delight the spirit.” See the Augustana Arts web site at http://www.augustanaarts.org/. This position has heavy activity levels during concert activities and grant seasons, with other times having moderate or light workloads. This Denver-based nonprofit arts organization builds audiences with professional arts performances; the organization oversees the performing activities of the Musica Sacra Chamber Orchestra and the Colorado Women’s Chorale, as well as hosting local and national performing artists on their concert series. Augustana Arts also reaches out into the community with City Strings, their music education program for underserved students.

Essential Functions

Financial Management

- Manages all the organization’s income and expenses
- Recommends annual budget for Board approval
- Provides monthly reports to the Board
- Responsible for oversight of end-of-year financial review process
- Manages organization's resources within budget guidelines
- Manages cash flow throughout the year
- Seeks appropriate in-kind contributions to enable cost-efficient operations


Fund Raising

- Plans and directs all fund raising activities for the organization including:
- Grant writing
- Donor cultivation (individual, foundation, corporate)
- Direct mail
- Fund raising events
- Provides reports to the Resource Development Committee of the Board
- Analyzes /evaluates fund raising methodologies
- Coordinates strategies to approach funding sources
- Oversees record keeping, documentation, and reporting processes


Administration and Support

- Implements the strategic goals and objectives as set out in the Long Range Plan
- Effectively manages the human resources of the organization
- Supervises, supports and evaluates performance of senior personnel
- Oversees management of volunteers
- Gives direction and leadership toward the achievement of the organization's
philosophy, mission, strategy, and its annual goals and objectives
- Advises and informs Board members and assists with Board Development


Program Delivery/Public Relations

- Oversees design, marketing, promotion, delivery and quality of programs and
services
- Coordinates all activities related to program production
- Acts as primary contact with artist management services
- Collaborates with the Artistic Direction Committee to present season offerings
- Negotiates contracts with artist management/artists for season events
- Assures the organization and its mission, programs, products and services are
consistently presented by strong, positive images to relevant stakeholders
- Cultivates friendly relationships with the media and enlists their cooperation
- Represents the organization to the general public

Skills Required

- Written and verbal communication
- Ability to use Microsoft Word and Excel
- Music appreciation
- Experience with Social Media in building brand and audiences
- Recruiting and management of volunteers

NOTE: This job description is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities or qualifications associated with the job. Employees are held accountable for all duties of this job.

Qualified candidates should send a cover letter, resume and salary requirements to John Richardson (email xjohn@qwest.net).
Please provide 3-5 references along with a resume that demonstrates how your experience matches the requirements in the Job Description. The Executive Director Search Committee will contact you once the application period closes.

Applications will be accepted through May 31st, 2015

 

Development Intern – Summer 2015

Denver Art Museum seeks a Development Intern. This is an opportunity for a college level student or recent graduate to be an active member of a non-profit development department and gain experience in a variety of development areas including event planning, corporate sponsorship, foundation research, individual giving and basic use of Raiser’s Edge database. This is an excellent opportunity to learn how a development department works in a museum environment.

Essential Duties/Responsibilities

- Assist with prospect research and donor stewardship for corporations, foundations and individuals

- Assist the development team in coordinating the logistics for a variety of fundraising and upper-level member events

- Update donor information in Raisers Edge

- Attend development events, development team meetings and provide limited administrative assistance

Qualifications

- Positive attitude and ability to work within a team or on individual projects

- Detail-oriented

- Ability to maintain confidentiality with donor and financial information

- Strong organizational skills and ability to handle multiple deadlines and priorities

- Excellent written and verbal communication skills

- Strong research capabilities

- Flexibility to volunteer at various evening events

- Preferably enrolled in a university as a senior or a recent graduate and interested in non-profit fundraising and development, event planning and management and/or museum studies

- Estimate 2 days (16 hours) per week, depending on candidate’s availability

- Early June through late August

- Volunteer

To apply for the Denver Art Museum Development Intern position, please email your resume to Gravely Wilson at gwilson@denverartmuseum.org. Resumes will be accepted until May 15. Thank you for your interest!

 

Security Manager - Guest Services

Denver Zoo seeks a Security Manager. This position advances the mission of Denver Zoo by leading the zoo’s Security Team and program while ensuring the safety of our zoo guests, staff and animals, which is our top priority.

Essential Functions

  • Direct, develop and maintain a Security program responsible for the safety of zoo visitors.
  • Directly supervise full-time specialists and seasonal contract specialists including: scheduling, training, assigning work responsibilities, coaching/counseling and evaluating.
  • Respond to zoo emergencies as appropriate and ensure the thorough and vigorous training of the security staff and security supervisors in emergency procedures.
  • Contribute to the customer service mission by assisting visitors, customers, and staff.  Ensure security staff is continuously trained in Customer Service and Problem Solving.  Addresse customer complaints and resolves problems as appropriate.
  • Respond to emergency calls from security or other zoo staff to prevent or investigate accidents, theft, property destruction, or vandalism.
  • Patrol the zoo grounds and public rooms for the safety and security of the zoo, guests, staff, and animal collection.
  • Administer first aid to sick or injured employees, visitors and customers, and contact medical providers for assistance via 911.
  • Ensure proper investigation and thorough documentation of all visitor incidents and accidents
  • Update Security policies and procedures as needed to ensure they are up to date with Municipal codes and in accordance with zoo attorneys and insurance firms
  • Oversee the zoo CPR/First Aid certification program for staff.  Teaching, racking, and documenting trainings as needed. Communicate with the American Red Cross to ensure proper training and protocols.
  • Ensure that all zoo departmental requests are carried out efficiently, correctly and timely.  These include but are not limited to after-hours zoo/parking garage operation and reserved parking for meetings.
  • Assist supervisors and team with any problems encountered during the course of their shift.
  • Ensure the Security Team is properly trained and all staff communication tools are updated and accurate.  Including but not limited to: post orders, security instructions, and training materials.
  • Ensure the proper care, maintenance, and accountability of any Denver Zoo equipment used by Security, including but not limited to radios, computers and vehicles.
  • Oversee and ensure the department is within yearly budget expectations.
  • Ensure periodic post checks and site inspections are conducted with emphasis on the hours between 2300 and 0500.
  • Maintain the zoo Prox Card system and provides prox cards for staff and contractors
  • Maintain the zoo DVRs and camera systems

Additional Responsibilities:

  • Represent Security on various zoo wide teams.
  • May be required to shovel snow and dispense ice melt and/or sand.
  • Perform various tasks as assigned.

Qualifications

  • College degree preferred
  • Requires 5 years or more experience working in a high volume customer focused venue, including supervisory experience.
  • High school diploma or general educational degree (GED) required
  • On-call availability in case of zoo emergencies and/or staff call-offs.
  • Excellent customer service and problem solving skills. 
  • Excellent interpersonal and oral communication skills.
  • Ability to write clearly and informatively.
  • Computer skills and knowledge.
  • Detail and organizational skills.
  • Respect for confidentiality.
  • Valid Driver’s License.
  • Requires a Red Cross CPR (adult, child, infant) and basic first aid certificate.
  • Must be able to work weekends, evenings and holidays, as needed.

This is a regular full-time position with excellent benefits including complete medical/dental/vision coverage, 403(b) retirement plan and a generous vacation package. 

Please apply through our website at www.denverzoo.org

Denver Zoo is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Closing Date: May 5, 2015

 

Accountant

Butterfly Pavilion seeks an accountant for a full-time, excempt position. Anticipated start date is immediately. The Accountant is responsible for maintaining all transactions into the accounting system including: accounts payable, accounts receivable, bank deposits, payroll, journal entries and reporting.  This position will report to the Vice President of Finance and is an integral success and support of the organization's mission of conservation and education related to invertebrates and their role in the environment.

Essential Functions

  • Review all invoices for appropriate documentation and assure approval prior to payment.
  • Print and obtain signatures on all accounts payable checks.
  • Process accounts receivable, accounts payable, daily deposits, check runs, bank reconciliation and monthly financials.
  • Distribute signed checks as required.
  • Prepare and process bi-weekly payroll as well as payroll taxes, 941's, SUTA, W4's and W2.
  • Maintain accurate records for SCFD funding, including but not limited to attendance and revenues.
  • Produce accurate records for all audits (Yearly, Insurance, Workman's Comp, and SCFD)
  • Assist with the complied yearly budget.
  • Answer all vendor inquiries.
  • Maintain all accounts payable reports, spreadsheets and  accounts payable files.
  • Assists Vice Presidents and branch managers as necessary.
  • Completes monthly closings.
  • Assist Vice President of Finance in preparation of analysis of accounts, as required.
  • Represent Butterfly Pavilion in a professional manner to clients and potential clients in order to demonstrate our cultural commitment to Butterfly Pavilion mission
  • Develop a working knowledge of all aspects of Butterfly Pavilion business, including education, research and conservation efforts

Competencies

  • Interpersonal Skills and Self-Awareness
  • Building and Managing Teams
  • Decision Making
  • Organizational Awareness and Achievement
  • Coaching and Development
  • Directing People
  • Initiative and Innovation
  • Results Orientation
  • Task Completion

Additional Duties

  • Regular required attendance to all organization, branch and department staff meetings.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications / Experience

Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree in accounting or equivalent experience plus three years of related experience.
  • General ledger experience required
  • Proficient technology skills, including advance skills with Microsoft Office, and Excel
  • At the time of hire, proof of auto insurance must be provided.

Experience

  • Accounting software experience, SAGE preferred
  • Experience and  solid knowledge with SCFD funding preferred
  • solid knowledge of payroll functions and reporting requirements
  • Advanced skills in standard office software, such Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.
  • Experience with nonprofit accounting principles and procedures, including tracking grants and matching sources of funds, restricted funds.

Work Environment

-While performing the responsibilities of the Accountant, these work environment characteristics are representative of the environment the Accountant will encounter. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the Accountant.

-While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally exposed to moving mechanical parts and vehicles. The noise level in the work environment is usually quiet to moderate loud.

Physical Demands

-These physical demands are representative of the physical requirements necessary for an employee to successfully perform the essential functions within this position. Reasonable accommodation can be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the described essential functions of the Accountant.

-While performing the responsibilities of Accountant the employee is required to talk and hear. The employee is often required to sit and use his or her hands and fingers, to handle or feel. The employee is occasionally required to stand, walk, reach with arms and hands, climb or balance, and to stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl. Vision abilities required by this job include close vision. Additional daily physical requirements can include the following:

  • Must be able to sit for long periods of time doing computer work. 
  • Must be able to operate a variety of office equipment. 
  • Ability to use telephone and computer to communicate and follow written and verbal instructions.

Work schedule

A range of hours in typical work week / salary exempt of 40 hours a week. This is a full-time exempt position, and general hours of work and days are Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

All applicants should send a cover letter and resume along with contact information for three professional references clicking here or by copying and pasting the link provided below in a separate browsing window.  This position will remain open until filled. Apply online at https://butterflies.applicantpro.com/jobs/204188-20970.html

 

School and Teacher Collaboration Manager

Denver Museum of Nature and Science seeks a School and Teacher Collaboration Manager. This position serves as a liaison for informal/experiential learning at targeted meetings, develops and nurtures strategic relationships with schools, and advocates for school and teacher audiences in program development, marketing and Museum operations. This position will be the face of the Museum with external organizations and is responsible for expanding the Museum’s strategic alliances.  This position oversees the Teacher Professional Development Program, staff and budget. 

School and Teacher Collaboration

Develop and nurture dynamic relationships through public engagement with schools, school districts, education groups, institutional partners and other constituents that align with the Museum’s informal education values, informal and experiential learning, as well as the Museum’s objectives and initiatives.  These efforts include establishing and maintaining cooperative working relations with various organizations and strategic partners to include them in Museum programs and initiatives; and representing the Museum at stakeholder program and policy events. Oversees Teacher Professional Development program, budget, and leads teacher professional development team.

  • Develops, coordinates, and implements plans to increase awareness and utilization of Museum programs, initiatives and resources. 
  • Identifies collaboration opportunities by closely tracking developments at partner organizations and connecting Museum strategic initiatives with opportunities to work with partners.
  • Works directly with Museum staff and partners to identify, coordinate, and implement plans that leverage the strategic utilization of stakeholders’ networks and resources, as appropriate.
  • Serves as Museum ambassador, and share communication, knowledge and expertise as audience advocate for students, teachers, and districts.
  • Organizes events, such as Educator Nights.
  • Successfully implements annual plan, and meets or exceeds budget and attendance for Teacher Professional Development Program.
  • Develops new partnerships, partnerships in underpenetrated markets, and improve partner experience.
  • Proactively responds to informational needs and coordinates delivery of information and presentations at key partner and community meetings.
  • Uses data to understand our partners in depth, identify areas of opportunity, and execute action plans.

Museum Administrator and Liaison                                                                                        

Provide the insight and knowledge of the school, teacher and education partner audience to colleagues across Museum Programs and the Museum, including directors and other leaders to guide the development and implementation of visionary, proactive plans and strategies that ensure programs for schools and teachers are viable, vibrant and relevant.

  • Communicates partner intelligence and collaboration opportunities to key stakeholders within the Museum.
  • Provides insight and direction on formal educator and district needs in relation STEM, STEAM, culture, nature and science education.
  • Utilizes partner intelligence to enhance existing Museum programs (teacher professional development, field trip adventures, and offsite programs) as well as to inform strategic plan initiatives.
  • Ensures programs are designed in alignment with audience needs or requirements.
  • Serves as liaison for marketing existing programs through direction of understanding audience attendance, trends, and behaviors.
  • Provides research and expertise to grant writing efforts.
  • Drafts and contributes content for the production and distribution of success stories, briefing books, newsletters, talking points, informational memoranda, and policy papers about and for stakeholders in order to generate publicity for the Museum and education community.

Staff Leadership and Supervision                                                                                              

Responsible for hiring and supervising the departments' staff, providing them with clear direction, job expectations and on-going training and feedback to ensure their professional development and success at their job.

  • Quality performance of direct reports as documented by timely annual performance reviews that reflect employee performance meets or exceeds job expectations.
  • Ensure job descriptions and performance standards clearly reflect the responsibilities for all department positions and are clearly aligned with department objectives and action plans as reflected in annual plans.
  • Address any and all performance or disciplinary problems in a timely manner adhering to Museum protocol. 

Qualifications

Successful candidate will have at minimum:

  • Three years of experience in education, public outreach, public affairs, intergovernmental relations, or a related field, which must include demonstrated knowledge of informal/experiential education, and knowledge and connection to Colorado schools/districts/teachers.
  • Bachelor’s Degree

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Master’s degree
  • Bilingual
  • A minimum of five years of progressively responsible experience in public outreach, public affairs, intergovernmental relations, or a related field.
  • Exceptional administrator with superb listening, networking and communication skills to collaborate with a diverse group across the Museum Programs department, and to work in partnership with the broader formal education community.
  • Strong interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to effectively facilitate meetings.
  • Ability to use sound judgment and maintain confidentiality.
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite.
  • Ability to communicate effectively, orally and in writing.

Ability to manage time and workload effectively which includes planning, organizing, supervision and prioritizing with attention to details.

Knowledge, Skills, Abilities

Advanced: Humble and strong communicator, orally, and in writing.  Demonstrated experience working with teachers and with school representatives.  Demonstrated organizational skills.  Love and deep understanding of informal and experiential learning.  Must be a team player and superb listener. Customer service and public speaking skills.

Solid: Understanding of object-centered learning and best practices in teacher professional development.  Budget and staff management Up to date knowledge of computer software programs and office equipment.

Basic: Ability to maintain flexible work schedule

Supervisory: Two full time coordinator positions

  • Travel expectation is 20% of time
  • Light physical effort required by handling objects up to 20 pounds occasionally and/or up to 10 pounds frequently.

Apply online at www.dmns.org by May 20, 2015

 

Education/Exhibits Manager

Colorado Railroad Museum seeks a Education/Exhibits Manager.

In alignment with the strategic plan and the Museum’s mission, vision and values, this position will lead design and implementation of exhibits, interpretation, and educational programs. This position is responsible for articulating the mission of the organization through interpretative exhibits and education programs and activities.

Educational/Interpretation Programs

• Develop dynamic, interactive interpretive programs for school-age children, groups, and adults that interpret the museum’s indoor and outdoor exhibits.
• Develop outreach and onsite school programs aligned with Colorado State standards.
• Research, produce and promote educational programs including age/grade appropriate materials based on curriculum standards, general audience and professional level classes, seminars and workshops.
• Work with other Museum departments collaboratively in the creation of programs and exhibits.
• Manage the creation of a new permanent children’s exhibit.
• Develop partnerships and collaborations with complementary organizations to extend the museums programs, resource materials, and audiences. Develop promotional material for the public programs and related activities.
• Contribute educational content and activities for Museum events
• Manage the Colorado Rails and Cocktails lecture series.
• Identify and propose alternative educational program funding sources, including the preparation of grant proposals and securing sponsors for programs.
• Train and oversee Education and Exhibits volunteers
• Plan and coordinate summer camps for children.
• Prepare and monitor departmental budget
• Compile, maintain and report statistical information on program participation

Qualifications

• A passion for formal/ informal education particularly connecting people to their community.
• Three to five years’ experience doing a range of programming in a museum or other informal learning setting.
• Knowledge of current trends in Museum Education, Informal Learning and Visitor Studies.
• Knowledge of Denver Metro Curriculum standards
• Ability to develop experience-based educational programs that are engaging and meaningful.
• A college degree is required; Education, Museums, Public History or similar is preferable. A Master’s degree is preferred.
• We are looking for a team player with a sense of humor, who is creative, flexible, energetic and comfortable working in a small, busy organization.
• Highly organized, ability to juggle multiple programs, multiple volunteers and multiple deadlines.
• Strong computer skills.
• Excellent public speaking and writing skills.
• Able to work some weekends and evenings.

 

Visitor Services Representative

The Clyfford Still Museum is dedicated to the life and artwork of Clyfford Still. The museum is seeking a Visitor Services Representative who will be responsible to ensure that all museum visitors experience optimum customer service and encounter a welcoming and helpful atmosphere. Regular museum hours are 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday; 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Friday; closed Mondays.  Some evening and weekend hours are required.

Essential Duties/Responsibilities

  • Staff the reception desk, greet and provide assistance to museum visitors with a focus on customer service, organization and efficiency. Ensure visitors are attended to professionally and promptly.
  • Handle ticket sales and sales from the museum shop; manage cash drawer.
  • Supply front desk with sufficient visitor information literature, maps, and other necessary materials.
  • Promote and sell museum memberships.
  • Interface with museum security to implement museum policies and procedures for the safety and security of visitors and of the museum.
  • Maintain a friendly and helpful environment for museum visitors. Serve as a resource for, and communicate well with, a variety of visitors, understand and address the special needs of different visitors, address visitor concerns and complaints in a pleasant and efficient manner.
  • Understand and help carry out the museum's mission, activities, services and programs.
  • Establish and maintain positive working relationships with peers at other area museums.
  • Serve as an ambassador of the museum, and perform other duties as needed.

Minimum Education, Job Qualifications and Experience

  • Bachelor's Degree with coursework in business or arts administration preferred; one to two years of customer service experience; or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience. Prior experience in a museum setting a plus.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Solid skills in Microsoft Office products; experience with ticketing and point of sales systems is highly desirable (the museum uses Altru, a Blackbaud product).
  • Prior sales experience and cash/register handling strongly preferred.
  • Demonstrated ability to multitask, to work in fast-paced environment and adhere to deadlines, while maintaining flexibility in meeting shifting demands and priorities.
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with staff, volunteers, and members of the public and to exercise tact and diplomacy at all times.
  • Sensitivity to diverse characteristics of visitors and understanding of the requirements of visitors with disabilities or special needs.
  • Ability to lift up to 20 pounds.

Application Deadline:  May 15, 2015

Start Date:  Immediately

Compensation:  $11/hour

Reports to:  Associate Director of Visitor Services and Events

Please send cover letter and resume to:

Clyfford Still Museum

Attention: Human Resources

1250 Bannock St.

Denver, CO 80204

720-354-4880

NO CALLS PLEASE

 

President & CEO

The board of Cherry Arts now seeks a dynamic, visionary, highly skilled President & CEO to direct the next chapter of the development of this cultural icon.  At the core of this role is delivering our annual arts festival professionally, creatively, and thoughtfully while adhering to the budget.  The President & CEO also directs efforts to expand our reach into other events and to broaden our education offerings. The annual budget of Cherry Arts is $2.5 million, and we employ a fulltime staff of five dedicated professionals.  Supporting our annual summer festival, we use the services of 500 talented volunteers, and our education programs reach students in a number of different ways.

POSITION OVERVIEW

In conjunction with the Board of Directors, the President & CEO develops and executes the strategic vision for the Cherry Creek Arts Festival (“Cherry Arts”) in accordance with its mission and for the long term success of the organization.  The President & CEO then implements that vision through detailed plans and effective and efficient operations.  The President & CEO is responsible for enhancing and maintaining a strong collaborative, results-oriented culture that drives the organization and its staff to achieve excellence.

The President & CEO works closely with the Board of Directors and consultants to plan and execute sponsorship strategies and ensures the achievement of short and long term financial goals.  The President & CEO develops and maintains strong relationships with various other constituents including the Cherry Creek North Business Improvement District, the Cherry Creek Mall, the Cherry Creek Neighborhood Association, and other civic and cultural institutions.

QUALIFICATIONS

  1. Commitment to Mission
  • Thorough commitment to the mission, objectives, and programs of Cherry Arts including commitment to providing access to a broad array of arts experiences and to support arts education in Colorado.
  • A sincere appreciation for the arts with demonstrated engagement in the cultural landscape.  Additionally candidates should have an understanding of how art adds value to people’s lives.
  • Understands how to develop high quality, creative cultural programming.
  • Minimum of 7 years in a leadership role in a nonprofit or private sector organization with strong business acumen and experience in driving business results.
  • Demonstrated ability to develop and implement a strategic vision for an organization.
  • Experience in engaging relevant stakeholders in an organization’s vision, including sponsors, community partners, volunteers, and other constituents.
  • Proven experience in leading the growth of organizations and their resources and/or developing new lines of business or programs effectively.
  • Demonstrated experience in revenue generation and developing long term sources of financial support especially from corporate representatives.
  • Demonstrated ability to lead people and get results through others while working in a team environment.
  • Demonstrated ability to organize, direct, plan and coordinate operations including budget planning and reporting as well as active budget management across all departments.
  • Experience in recruiting, retaining, developing, and maintaining highly functioning staff members and holding them accountable for results.
  • Experience in working with a governing board and building their collective capabilities.
  • Technologically savvy and curious; open to using new forms of technology to support operations and to enhance programming.
  • Strong organizational skills with an attention to detail and the ability to operate in a flexible environment.  Ability to embrace change and to lead others in supporting change efforts.
  • Experience in high profile event production and in developing successful new events with sustainable financial and community support.
  • Demonstrated ability to juggle multiple tasks, priorities, and agendas.
  • Strong demonstrated communication skills, both oral and written.
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with the Board of Directors, sponsors, staff, community groups, artists, volunteers, and civic agencies.
  • Experience in working with and motivating volunteers.
  • Willingness and ability to work extended hours including nights and weekends.
  1. Leadership and Management Skills
  1. Program & Event Delivery Skills
  1. Personal Qualities

n  A high level of interpersonal skills to handle sensitive situations and varying personality types while possessing poise, tact, and diplomacy.

n  Leadership skills, including negotiation, problem solving, decision making, delegation.

n  Commitment to outstanding customer service.

n  Proven ability to represent the Cherry Arts mission actively, enthusiastically, and consistently with a diverse group of stakeholders; clear ability to demonstrate the unique value Cherry Arts brings to the metro Denver area.

n  Authentic, resourceful, entrepreneurial, flexible, proactive.

n  Calm under pressure, with a high standard of integrity and professionalism

n  Has a sense of humor.

  1. Additional Requirements
  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university; advanced degree preferred.
  • Willingness to live in the Denver metro area and be an active member of the community.

Above all, we seek a proven leader who is passionate about increasing the public’s understanding and appreciation of artistic expression, who knows how to help organizations grow and develop, who values building long term relationships with a wide variety of constituents, and who can manage the complexities of a multi-day, large cultural event. 

Qualified candidates are encouraged to apply by sending a cover letter, resume, and salary history to our search consultant, Carolyn McCormick of Peak HR Consulting, LLC at Carolyn.McCormick@peakhrconsulting.com.  All applications are to be submitted via email.  To learn more about Cherry Arts and this position, please visit us at www.cherryarts.org.

 

Floor Staff Associate

WOW! Children’s Museum seeks a floor staff associate. WOW! is an equal-opportunity, non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that offers all employees a fun and friendly working environment. We are looking for professional, positive, customer service-oriented individuals from all backgrounds to join the Museum team. Help enrich the lives of children and families in the Metro Denver communities by joining our staff. College students and retirees are welcome. Training will be provided.

To apply, send your resume and cover letter to anna@wowchildrensmuseum.org.

Employee Classification: Non-exempt, part-time, hourly

Work Schedule: Saturdays 9:45am-6:15pm, Sundays 11:45am-4:15pm (13 hours/week, with potential for more.)

Rate: $10/hour

Reports To: Guest Services Director

Job Purpose: Ensure that all children and families visiting the Museum have a great experience by providing excellent customer service and maintaining a clean and safe environment.

 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

1. 40% Maintains Quality Customer Service by:

● Providing hospitality to children and their caregivers by greeting each visitor, offering information, answering questions, and providing general assistance

● Checking in customers, selling memberships, gift certificates, punch cards, or other Museum products

● Communicating Museum policies to visitors

● Providing Assistance with exhibits as needed

 

2. 30% Maintains Overall Clean Museum Environment by:

● Walking through Museum making sure all thru ways are clear of debris or obstacles; standard being every 30 minutes.

● Upkeep of bathrooms, snack area, reusable exhibit products, spills, and general cleanliness

● Cleaning props and exhibits throughout the day

● Participating in prep and cleaning for field trips, parties, and classes

● Providing assistance to Exhibits and Programming staff.

 

3. 20% Maintains a Safe Museum Environment by:

● Following and enforcing Museum standards and policies

● Communicating any potential or active problems to the appropriate Museum staff

● Assisting in lost child/caregiver response

● Provide basic first aid as needed

 

4. 10% Participates in Interdepartmental Collaboration and Training:

Attending all staff meetings as required

● Keeping up to date on Museum policies, standards, and specific language

● Participating in training sessions to review known material and learn new material

● Assisting in additional tasks as assigned by supervisor or other Museum Directors.

 

QUALIFICATIONS

Education: High school diploma or GED required, A.A. or B.A. preferred

Experience: Customer Service experience, as well as, experience working with children and

families a plus; familiarity with a fast-paced work environment preferred.

Skills & Abilities: Basic computer skills, ability to operate cash register or basic point of sale

system; good communication necessary; flexible, responsible, self-motivated; able to prioritize and work independently; friendly people person.

 

Hands on History Instructor

City of Golden is looking for qualified candidates to fill our Hands on History Instructor position. Under the direction of the Visitor Experience & Operations Coordinator, instructor performs, assists and leads a series of “Hands on History” camps. The program runs from May to August.

Hiring Range: $10.00-$11.50 per hour
Salary Range: $8.50-$12.50 per hour

Duties and responsibilities:

Performs a variety of program duties including interpretation and instruction of lesson plans. Leads daily programming for groups of participants between the ages of 6-8 and 9-11.

Attends training to learn weekly lesson plans and follows daily schedule for all five camp sessions.

Adapts programming for each session depending on group dynamic, while maintaining the integrity of lesson plans provided.

Communicates with parents and staff to provide information about program activities, and camper successes and concerns. Organizes and checks completion of parent paperwork to provide easy access to emergency information.

Supervises a group of 4-18 children and multiple volunteers during each weeklong session.

Follows and enforces all department and camp policies, rules and procedures while maintaining a friendly and professional attitude. Provides a safe, creative and fun environment for participants.

Keeps daily roster of camp participants, and ensures safety of participants on-site, and during off-site field trips.

Collaborates with other Hands on History Instructors to schedule assignments and fulfill all duties and responsibilities of the program.

Regularly communicates with Visitor Experience and Operations Coordinator in order to provide quality programming.

Performs daily clean-up and maintains cleanliness of education spaces. Organizes materials, inventories supplies and recommends purchasing of supplies and equipment when needed to ensure preparedness for each session.

Assists in moving equipment and supplies for use at all three GHM sites as assigned.

Responsible for security of historic buildings at the Clear Creek History Park and the Astor House Museum, includes opening procedures and securing buildings when not in use or when group is off-site.

Immediately reports all incidents, injuries, and/or unsafe conditions to the Student and Public Programs Coordinator.

Exercises appropriate decision if Visitor Experience and Operations Coordinator is not available for advice.

May be assigned lead duties which can begin as early as May and include:

-          Development of daily programming, scheduling and training sessions for Hands-on History Spring and Summer Camps

-          Assists Visitor Experience and Operations Coordinator with staff training in June

Organizes and checks completion of parent paperwork. Ensures confidential but easy access to participant emergency information.

-          May run errands and purchase materials for programs.

Other duties as assigned.

Supervisory Responsibilities:

Provides oversight for assigned program volunteers.

 

Education and Experience:

High School Diploma or general education diploma (GED) with prior experience teaching in a group or planned curriculum to children (day camp, sports camp, school, etc). Museum or history teaching environment preferred. College degree/enrollment in education, history, museum studies or a related field preferred. Must possess excellent organizational, conflict management, and communication skills. Prior experience dealing with children of diverse populations, skills, and abilities.

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS
Must have a valid drivers license and good driving record.
Adult and Child CPR certification and First Aid required prior to date of hire.

 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required. 

LANGUAGE SKILLS
Ability to read and comprehend simple instructions, short correspondence, and memos. Ability to write simple correspondence. Ability to effectively present information in one-on-one and small group situations to customers, clients, and other employees of the organization. Excellent customer service, conflict resolution, and interpersonal skills. Excellent verbal communication skills.

MATHEMATICAL SKILLS
Ability to add, subtract, multiply, divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Ability to compute rate, ratio, and percent and to draw and interpret bar graphs.

REASONING ABILITY
Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form. Ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations. Must be able to make independent decisions with minimal supervision.

MATERIALS & EQUIPMENT DIRECTLY USED
Historic costumes, reproductions of various historic tools, wood burning stove, garden tools, etc. Use of general office equipment, walkie talkie, flip camera/video.

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.

While performing the duties of the position, the employee is regularly required to stand; walk; reach with their hands, stoop, kneel, crouch, talk and hear. Must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 lbs. Duties require moderate movement and physical effort.

WORK ENVIRONMENT
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly exposed to outside weather conditions. The employee is occasionally exposed to wet and/or humid conditions, chickens, vacant bee hives, and vegetable garden. The noise level in the work environment is usually loud.

City of Golden is an Equal Opportunity Employer


Technical Staff

Colorado Chautauqua Association seeks a seasonal, part-time, non-exempt position assisting stage productions at Chautauqua for both CCA produced and co-produced events. Evening and weekend work is required in meeting position responsibilities. For emergency and inclement weather reporting this position is considered nonessential.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Assist Technical Manager with or handle solely all aspects of technical needs for designated CCA events including lights, sound equipment, sound engineering and load-in and out, and stage cleanliness as directed.
  • Properly trained and follow CCA Technical policies and procedures and safety guidelines, including the operations of CCA equipment
  • Trained and knowledgeable as to CCA’s safety guidelines and emergency response plans and execute those in the event of an emergency
  • Other duties as required

Knowledge/Skills/Experience:

  • 1-2 years of directly related experience
  • Ability to function efficiently and amiably in a fast paced, complex and demanding customer service environment
  • Able to coordinate and execute multiple tasks simultaneously
  • Flexibility with work schedule is required. Must be able to work nights and weekends

Behavioral Traits and Attitudes:

  • Demonstrates results-orientation
  • High energy team player with a positive, can-do attitude
  • Flexible and able to accommodate changes in production effectively
  • Self-motivated and able to work independently
  • Desire and ability to learn quickly
  • Ability to stay calm and be an effective problem solver in stressful situations
  • Demonstrate excellent customer service attitude and orientation
  • Responsible for maintaining a consistent high level of quality and professionalism

Reporting Relationships: Reports to Technical Manager

Education Requirements: High school diploma preferred

Physical Requirements:

Duties require lifting, pushing, pulling and/or carrying of objects weighing up to 75 pounds. Must be able to climb stairs, ladders as well as navigate the site which has a 200 foot elevation change. Must be able to climb steps, ladders, and scaffolding as high as 75 feet. Must be able to crouch, crawl and move with agility in tight spaces. Must be willing to work outside in all types of weather.

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.

Note: This job description is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, or qualification associated with the job.

To apply:
Send cover letter and resume to:
buddy.baker@chautauqua.com
No phone calls please.

 

Technical Staff II

Colorado Chautauqua Association seeks a year round, part-time, non-exempt position assisting stage and audio/visual aspects of event productions at Chautauqua for both CCA produced and co-produced events. Evening and weekend work is required in meeting position responsibilities. For emergency and inclement weather reporting this position is considered non-essential.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Assist Technical Manager in day to day technical equipment maintenance and operations
  • Assist Technical Manager with or handle solely all aspects of technical needs for designated CCA events specific to event and artist needs including but not limited to:
    • Focus and operation of in house lighting systems
    • Set-up, break down, wire and operate in house audio equipment including mixing console and microphones, stage patching and act as sound engineering for event.
    • Set-up and operation of video playback, switching and projection
    • Equipment load-in and out
    • Maintain clean appearance of stage, equipment and storage areas
    • Properly trained and follow CCA Technical policies and procedures and safety guidelines, including the operations of CCA equipment
    • Trained and knowledgeable as to CCA’s safety guidelines and emergency response plans and execute those in the event of an emergency
    • Potential role of Manager on Duty on event days when Technical Manager is not present and oversight of technical staff if necessary
    • Other duties as required

Knowledge/Skills/Experience

  • 2-3 years of directly related experience
  • Requires advanced technical skills with lighting, sound reinforcement, rigging, and general audio/visual equipment.
  • Must have a working knowledge of basic electricity and commercial grade electrical service connections.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, including ability to listen well.
  • Ability to function efficiently and amiably in a fast paced, complex and demanding customer service environment
  • Able to coordinate and execute multiple tasks simultaneously
  • Flexibility with work schedule is required. Must be able to work nights and weekends

Behavioral Traits and Attitudes

  • Demonstrates results-orientation
  • High energy team player with a positive, can-do attitude
  • Flexible and able to accommodate changes in production effectively
  • Self-motivated and able to work independently
  • Desire and ability to learn quickly
  • Ability to stay calm and be an effective problem solver in stressful situations
  • Demonstrate excellent customer service attitude and orientation
  • Responsible for maintaining a consistent high level of quality and professionalism

Reporting Relationships: Reports to Technical Manager

Education Requirements: High school diploma preferred

Physical Requirements

Duties require lifting, pushing, pulling and/or carrying of objects weighing up to 75 pounds. Must be able to climb stairs, ladders as well as navigate the site which has a 200 foot elevation change. Must be able to climb steps, ladders, and scaffolding as high as 75 feet. Must be able to crouch, crawl and move with agility in tight spaces. Must be willing to work outside in all types of weather.

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.

Note: This job description is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, or qualification associated with the job.

To apply:
Send cover letter and resume to:
buddy.baker@chautauqua.com
No phone calls please.

 

Event Staff

Colorado Chautauqua seeks a part-time, seasonal, non-exempt position having responsibility for creating a positive and safe guest service experience as well as ensuring the general up-keep, cleanliness, and security of the Auditorium, Community House and surrounding areas. Evening and weekend work is required in meeting position responsibilities. For emergency and inclement weather reporting purposes this position is essential.

Duties and Responsibilities:

Event Operations

  • Assist in general up keep and cleanliness of the Auditorium, Community House and surrounding areas
  • Trained and knowledgeable as to CCA’s emergency response plans and execute those in the event of an emergency
  • Work alongside event contractors to assist with venue security including but not limited to ensuring guest safety, maintaining crowd control inside venue and outside of venue when appropriate, making sure all exit doors are clear during event and securing all entrances and sliders at conclusion of event
  • Be knowledgeable of and ensure compliance with all city and state regulations pertaining to venue occupancy, ADA, and alcohol compliance both inside and outside of the Auditorium and Community House
  • Assist with cash box, merchandise sales and settlements
  • Follow CCA safety guidelines, including the operations of CCA equipment
  • Assist in the setup and breakdown of event as needed
  • Assist with shuttle, parking and traffic flow operations as needed

Customer Service

  • Provide excellent customer service to all Chautauqua patrons and guests
  • Effectively problem solve when issues or challenges arise in a positive and professional manner
  • Assist disabled patrons with lift, transportation and seating

Knowledge/Skills/Experience:

  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, including ability to listen well
  • Ability to implement administrative procedures and policies
  • Ability to function efficiently and amiably in a fast paced, complex and demanding customer service environment
  • Excellent conflict resolution skills
  • Strong speaking and presentation skills
  • Able to execute multiple tasks simultaneously
  • Ability to work in an open space work environment

Behavioral Traits and Attitudes:

  • Demonstrates results-orientation
  • High energy team player with a positive, can-do attitude
  • Flexible and able to accommodate changes in production effectively
  • Self-motivated and able to work independently
  • Desire and ability to learn quickly
  • Maintain excellent rapport with staff, Board members, guests, artists, promoters and community
  • Ability to stay calm and be an effective problem solver in stressful situations
  • Demonstrate excellent customer service attitude and orientation

Reporting Relationships:

Reports to: Production Manager

Educational Requirements:

High School diploma preferred

Physical Requirements:

Duties require lifting, pushing, pulling and/or carrying of objects weighing up to 75 pounds. Must be able to climb stairs, ladders as well as navigate the site which has a 200 foot elevation change

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.

Note: This job description is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, or qualifications associated with the job.

To apply:
Send cover letter and resume to:
chris.petillo@chautauqua.com
No phone calls please.

 

Emcee

CCA is seeking announcers for its 2015 summer Auditorium season. These individuals are responsible for setting the tone of the evening, providing pre-performance announcements and in some cases, introducing the artists

Evening and weekend work is required in meeting positions requirements. Summer season runs June 2 – September 24. Minimum commitment of eight – ten (8 – 10) shows desired.

Stipend includes per show flat fee and two tickets to each performance worked.

Behavioral Traits and Attitudes:

  • Strong speaking and presentation skills
  • High energy team player with a positive, can-do attitude
  • Flexible and able to accommodate changes in production effectively
  • Desire and ability to learn quickly
  • Maintain excellent rapport with staff, Board members, guests, artists, promoters and community

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 high quality guest experience through every action taken.

To apply:

Please send resume, including public speaking experience, plus a link to speaking audition video clip to ann.obenchain@chautauqua.com. No phone calls please. 


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.

 

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.

 

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