Administrative Assistant - Sebastopol Center for the Arts
The job: You will be at the center of the Center, playing a vital support role in every program and function of our work.
As primary administrative support to our new Executive Director, as well as providing supplemental support to her team of Directors, you will apply your skills and aptitudes to ensuring that all the gears are running smoothly. We are looking for an organized, polished administrative professional who knows what it takes to support multiple executives. If you like to be at the center of things and love the arts like we do, this could be the job for you.
Key elements of the job are listed below; a full job description will be sent to all applicants or inquirers. To apply, send a resume and a cover letter indicating your interest and match for the position to firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls, please.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Office Administration – primarily reporting to Executive Director
• Anticipate and respond to the needs of the Executive Director: phones, calendar, correspondence, meeting and event prep
• Process and distribute mail, handle routine phone calls and correspondence
• Assist the Accountant with routine data entry, reporting and membership tasks
Program Support – secondarily reporting to Directors
• Maintain program calendars and files
• Prepare, copy, scan documents; and track activity
• Respond to general inquiries
• Assist with Front Desk
• Help prepare the facility before and after events
Sebastopol Center for the Arts is committed to diversity and equal opportunity in all aspects of employment. We strive to establish and maintain an equitable and accessible work environment that is free from discrimination and supportive of a workforce that reflects the rich diversity of our community.
About SCA: The mission of Sebastopol Center for the Arts (SCA) is enriching lives through the arts. SCA was founded in 1988 as a Regional Art Center, and is now is one of the most vibrant arts organizations in Northern California. Housed since 2012 in the center of town in the Sebastopol Veteran’s Building, we present exhibits, performances, classes and events, in the visual, performing, literary and film arts – it means there’s always something happening at our Center. Last year our 18 gallery exhibitions displayed 825 works of art from 550 artists. We presented outstanding concerts in a variety of genres. Our Sebastopol Documentary Film Festival screened 52 films and drew filmmakers from Los Angeles, Pennsylvania, New York, and Ireland. And we offered a wide array of art, music, movement and writing classes for adults and children.
To find out more about Sebastopol Center for the Arts, visit our website at http://sebarts.org/.