Jobs

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JOB OPPORTUNITIES

Town of Thompson, Events Coordinator (part-time)
This position provides administrative support for special events of the Thompson Recreation Department, at the direction of the Recreation Director and other department Directors as needed. Special events are scheduled throughout the year, with the busiest period being April – October. Internship credit may be available for students enrolled in area secondary schools or colleges. Part-time/40 weeks per year (2 Aug 2021 – 14 Nov 2021, then 19 Jan 2022 – 30 June 2022), Average 8 hours per week during Town Hall business hours. Mandatory attendance at Special Events. Additional information and how to apply HERE. Applications due on or before noon on Friday, July 16, 2021.

CT Humanities – Full Time
CT Humanities seeks a full-time (37.5 hours), Grants and Programs Assistant. This is a two-year position with the possibility of extensions, dependent on continued state funding support. CT Humanities (CTH) administers the Connecticut Humanities Fund, maintains the websites connecticuthistory.org and teachitct.org, and supports Connecticut’s cultural organizations. During calendar year 2020, CTH grantmaking distributed $2.9 million in project grants and COVID-19 pandemic relief support to Connecticut’s cultural nonprofit organizations. Reporting to the Manager of Grants and Programs, the Grants and Programs Assistant provides a high level of support to CTH’s grantmaking program. Duties include processing grant applications, managing CTH grants database and records, and communicating with grantees about their applications and funded projects. Salary: $50,000/ year, plus full CTH benefits package (health, dental, vision, and life insurance, retirement plan, and vacation and paid time off). Please visit our website for the full position listing and to submit your application materials: https://cthumanities.org/our-story/employment/

Stonington Free Library, Library Assistants – Part Time
The Stonington Free Library is growing and seeks four enthusiastic and tech-savvy team players with excellent customer service skills and a commitment to the importance of the library in the community. These are part time positions between 8-19 hours per week including weekend and evening hours. Hourly rate is $15.00. Please email search@stoningtonfreelibrary.org to request available shift schedules. Benefits include sick, holiday and vacation days. Click HERE for details regarding responsibilities, skills and experience required. Send cover letter, resume and three professional references to: search@stoningtonfreelibrary.org by July 16, 2021.

Garde Arts Center, House Managers
The Garde is looking for experienced House Managers as members of a part-time team of house managers for Garde events and performances in the 1400-seat Garde Theater, 110-seat Oasis Room and lobbies. House Manager Responsibilities include: -Assigning and Overseeing Performance Volunteers, -Ensuring Safety Protocol and Other Theater Policies are Followed, -Monitoring Cleanliness and Adequate House Supplies, -Working with Bartenders, Security, Production Personnel and Volunteers, -Serving the Patrons
The staff of the Garde is a diverse and dedicated staff of creative individuals committed to teamwork, community service, professional standards, and the non-profit Garde mission to engage, enrich, entertain, educate and inspire the region of greater New London County. For more information, apply online at https://gardearts.org/employment/

Garde Arts Center, Production Crew
As a community-supported non-profit theatrical presenting house, the Garde Arts Center is seeking theater technicians in various areas for the 1400-seat Garde Theater and the 100-seat Oasis Room. The production categories include: -General Stagehand, -Lighting Technician, -Audio Technician, -Audio Engineer, -Rigger/Flyperson, -Carpenter, -Hair/Makeup, -Hospitality, -Runner/PA. Seasonal on-call positions are available. We also will train the right individuals. Apply on-line at https://gardearts.org/employment/

Connecticut College, Box Office Manager and Assistant to Director of Arts Programming
Connecticut College is conducting a regional search for a Box Office Manager and Assistant to the Director who will manage all aspects of the Connecticut College Box Office and assist the Director in aspects of Arts Programming activities, including, but not limited to, acting as a liaison and point of contact for campus and community groups using Palmer Auditorium. The work schedule for position is 30 hours per week during the 38 weeks of the academic year and 20 hours per week during the 14 weeks of the summer. The successful candidate will be eligible for an excellent benefits package. Job details and application information HERE. Applications accepted through 7/12/21.

Goodspeed Musicals, Director of Finance
Goodspeed Musicals, a two-time Tony Award-winning LORT theater in East Haddam, CT, seeks a Director of Finance to oversee and manage all financial systems of the organization, with an annual budget of approximately $10M. The successful candidate will have an anticipated start date of August 1, 2021. The Director of Finance has the primary responsibility for Goodspeed Musicals’ finance operations, including day-to-day, month-end, and quarterly accounting processes and financial reporting; creation and monitoring of detailed budgets and forecasts; supervising accounts payable/receivable, payroll, and benefits management; managing the annual audit, 990 preparation, and state charitable registrations; preparing and assisting with grant budgets and reports, government and charitable aid applications, and preparation for and liaising with the Board and Board Committees as needed. Qualified applicants will have 5+ years of experience in accounting; experience leading and preparing a non-profit organization through annual audit; ability to effectively present complex financial information and respond to questions with stakeholders at various levels; and a keen understanding of non-profit finance practices. Salary is between $80,000-$90,000/annual DOE, full-time, exempt, benefits-eligible. For the full job posting, please visit www.goodspeed.org/about/career-opportunities.

Goodspeed Musicals, Company Manager
Goodspeed Musicals, a two-time Tony Award-winning LORT theater in East Haddam, CT, seeks a Company Manager to oversee all Company Management functions and activities for the organization. The successful candidate will be able to begin by August 1, 2021. Primary duties consist of planning and administering the housing, transportation, care, and hospitality for all artists residing on/visiting Goodspeed campus; planning and managing all department programming; and supervising all hiring for department needs. Qualified applicants will have a theatre or hospitality degree or at least 3+ years of work in a hospitality or company management position; demonstrated ability to plan and manage multiple priorities with strict deadlines; and the ability to behave professionally, discreetly, and patiently in a fast-paced environment. Salary is between $18-22/hr DOE, full-time, exempt, benefits-eligible. For the full job posting, please visit www.goodspeed.org/about/career-opportunities.

Goodspeed Musicals, Executive Assistant
Goodspeed Musicals, a two-time Tony Award-winning LORT theater in East Haddam, CT, seeks an Executive Assistant to provide support and administrative assistance to the Managing Director and Artistic Director of the organization. The successful candidate will be able to begin by July 1, 2021. Primary duties consist of managing travel, schedule, and phone/email support for Managing Director and Artistic Director; scheduling, organizing, and recording Board and Board Committee meetings; maintaining comprehensive corporate records; and handling sensitive and discreet matters in support of the Executive Office. Qualified applicants will have 2+ years of work in an office/administrative position; demonstrated ability to plan and manage multiple priorities with strict deadlines; and the ability to behave professionally, discreetly, and patiently in a fast-paced environment. Salary is between $18-22/hr, DOE, starting part-time, non-exempt, with possibility of shifting to full-time, non-exempt. For the full job posting, please visit www.goodspeed.org/about/career-opportunities.

Mystic Museum of Art, Children’s Art Teachers
MMoA teachers facilitate art education for children ages 3 to 18 in our studios and galleries as well as off-site as part of the Education Department’s extensive programs to nurture creativity in the community.Contractual teachers are sought for all programs, but particularly for week-long summer camps, outreach programs, weekend birthday parties, and after-school art classes for ages 3-12. Teachers must be able to identify learning goals and design effective art lesson plans in a variety of media, for a targeted age range. Hours vary by season and according to demand, allowing teachers a flexible schedule. MMoA teachers may teach at a frequency they prefer, ranging from a few hours per month to 20 + hours per week during busier periods.
For more information, click HERE.

Eugene O’Neill Theater Center, Waterford
Spend a summer on the Connecticut shoreline at the O’Neill! Summer staff make a season of developing new plays, musicals, cabaret acts, and puppet theater possible. Get intensive experience, full integration with O’Neill professional staff, and participate in all the activity of an #ONeillSummer.​
Summer at the O’Neill

  • Three meals a day in our full-service cafeteria (attentive to dietary restrictions)
  • Centrally located on the CT shoreline, 2 hours from NYC or Boston
  • Some positions may included housing and local transportation

More….https://www.theoneill.org/work-with-us