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Mansfield Downtown Partnership – Event Coordinator
The Mansfield Downtown Partnership is currently seeking resumes for the position of Event Coordinator. Our Event Coordinator is responsible for planning, managing, and organizing a variety of events including the Celebrate Mansfield Festival, Trick or Treat in Downtown, Winter Welcome, John E. Jackman Tour de Mansfield, Summer Stroll, and Moonlight Movies. The Event Coordinator will also be responsible for some administrative duties.
We are looking for a candidate who has strong organizational and interpersonal skills, as well as excellent computer and writing skills. We are looking for someone who is comfortable working in a small and busy office. Most of our events are either in the evening or on weekends, so we are searching for someone who has a flexible schedule. As with all office jobs, there is routine administrative work including paying invoices, filing, taking meeting minutes, maintaining our office supplies, and other typical office duties. We are looking for a self-starter who is comfortable working on events one minute and then having to switch gears and follow-up on an invoice in the next. The ideal candidate will also be willing and eager to take on new tasks and assignments as they come up and be willing to assist where needed. The ideal candidate will also possess a Bachelor’s degree and have experience in event planning, administration, marketing, economic development, or any other field that has prepared you for this position.
The Mansfield Downtown Partnership has a staff of four (including the event coordinator). Our offices are located in the Downtown Storrs Nash-Zimmer Transportation Center. We foster continued development, management, and promotion of Downtown Storrs. Our work spans economic development, business partner relationship building, event planning, marketing, social and cultural development, and more. If you like a work environment that touches on a little bit of everything, then we think you would be a great fit for our organization.
For full job posting, job description and to apply HERE

The Stonington Free Library – Team member (part-time)
The Stonington Free Library seeks an enthusiastic and tech-savvy team player with excellent customer service skills and a commitment to the importance of the library in the community. This is a part time position requiring one or two weekend shifts per month from 9:30 am to 3 pm. Hourly rate is $15.00. Benefits include sick, holiday and vacation days. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Delivery of excellent customer service to all ages, Assist patrons in person, by email and over the phone, Introduce patrons to all library services, collections and technology, Provide reference services and reader’s advisory, Issue library cards, Check materials in and out, Help manage holds, overdue items and interlibrary loan requests and returns, Provide copying, printing, faxing and other technology assistance.
Successful candidates must be team players with strong technology skills, positive attitudes, enjoy working with the public, self-motivated, reliable, flexible and able to juggle multiple priorities. High school diploma and technology skills required. Prior library experience, college degree and familiarity with library technology are a plus. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to: Sit for extended periods of time. Stand, walk, sit, bend, stoop and kneel. Reach with hands and arms. Occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds.
Send cover letter, resume and three professional references to: by February 6, 2023.

Mystic Museum of Art – Facilities Manager
The Mystic Museum of Art seeks an experienced, part-time facilities manager to oversee the security, maintenance and smooth operation of the building (including gallery, studio, and office spaces) and grounds. Part-time, 20 hours/week, weekend or evening hours if necessary. Hourly rate: $35-$40/hour, commensurate with experience. For duties and responsibilities and application information, download the full position description HERE.

New England Air Museum hiring Public Programs Facilitators
Do you enjoy working with children and families? Are you looking for a fun and flexible part-time job? The New England Air Museum is seeking Public Programs Facilitators to join our Education Department. The Public Programs Team provides museum visitors with engaging, hands-on experiences including activity stations, open cockpit access in historic aircraft, interactive demonstrations, and tours. Public Programs Facilitators staff the museum’s Flights of Family Fun programs on weekends and K-12 school vacations throughout the year, as well as support scout overnight events held each fall and spring. Additional duties include supporting the museum’s summer camp, as well as evening events and rentals based on staff availability. Prior experience working with children is required, as is an interest in aerospace history or science. Some college coursework in Education, History, Science, or a related field is preferred. This is a part-time, non-exempt position that pays $15.00 per hour and requires at least two weekend shifts of availability per month. Additional availability on weekdays is also required during K-12 school vacation weeks, Monday holidays, and the months of June, July, and August. Standard working hours are 10:00am-3:00pm, with occasional evenings as scheduled in advance. Public Program Facilitators work an average of 24 hours per month during the academic year and up to 30 hours per week during school vacation weeks and summer months. This position is contingent upon the satisfactory completion of a background check. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Email cover letter and resume to No phone calls please. The New England Air Museum is an equal opportunity employer.

American Mural Project (AMP). Winsted, CT – Director of Marketing & Communications
AMP seeks a part-time director of marketing and communications. This individual will lead the development and implementation of an integrated marketing, communications, and engagement strategy, to include development of programs aimed at building awareness of the organization and mission, expanding visitation, and maximizing engagement and participation across all programs, initiatives, and events. This on-site position is anticipated to require roughly 25 hours per week and will involve some evening and weekend hours on occasion. The successful candidate will work with the executive director and founder/artistic director to set goals. AMP is an equal opportunity employer. Learn more HERE.

Spectrum Art Gallery and Artisan Store, Centerbrook
Gallery Assistant – As Gallery Assistant (part time, hourly), you will participate in day-to-day store and gallery operations, maximize the retail potential of the store to engage with visitors enhancing their experience to encourage sale. Other tasks include, keeping the gallery organized and neat, answering the phone and taking messages. We seek an organized team player who’ll be the first point of contact for clients and who values customer service and is interested in joining a creative, collaborative work environment. This position is ideal for a retiree or someone looking to supplement their income. Please e-mail a letter of interest telling us why working in a creative environment is of interest to you and please include education, past work experience and computer skills. Send to: Barbara Nair, Director, Spectrum Art Gallery and Artisan Store:

Data Entry Assistant – Spectrum Art Gallery and Artisan Store is looking to hire a part time data assistant to input for the gallery shows and store. Data input is needed six times per year. Must be available for show receiving dates (schedule for the entire year is available), usually 5-6 days, 12-6 pm, to input inventory at the gallery prior to each new exhibit opening. As a Data Entry Assistant your primary responsibilities include: Input alphanumeric data from source documents accurately and efficiently, Maintain efficient rate of productivity and high rate of accuracy, Ability to confirm and/or correct data that is presented for data capture to align to information on inventory sheets, Flexibility and willingness to learn. This is a crucial position which requires computer skills, attention to detail, ability to work with deadlines, flexibility, and willingness to learn, and an appreciation of the fine arts is helpful.  Please e-mail a letter of interest telling us about your education, past work experience and computer skills. Send to: Barbara Nair, Director, Spectrum Art Gallery and Artisan Store:

Goodspeed Musicals, East Haddam
Director of Development
Hair and Wig Stylist
Wardrobe and Costume Apprentice
Run Crew/Carpentry Apprentice
and more…..
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Garde Arts Center, New London
General Manager
Marketing Manager
Technical Director
Core Stage Crew
House Managers
and more…..
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