Baltimore County Arts Guild
Facility and Programs Manager
Performs administrative, programming and facility management for the Catonsville Clubhouse and Gallery 1101.
Works under the guidance of the Executive Director.
Coordinates rental clients, program instructors and provides oversight of facilities.
Serves as the administrative manager, rental agent, program coordinator and facilities coordinator
Management and Administration Include:
Facility coverage including openings and closings and program readiness
Coordination of class teachers, classroom space and scheduling
Assisting the Executive Director with oversight of Gallery 1101 artist studio leases, payments, assignment of studio space and waitlist for studio space
Managing the physical space including oversight of occasional maintenance, facility access, key management and organization and inventory of supplies and materials
Maintenance of physical and online files
Updating online schedules
Assisting the Director and consultants with marketing and communications outreach, including social media outlets
Assisting the Director with class listings
Tracking visitor numbers, program participation and required demographic data
Answering phone calls and emails in a timely way and forwarding them as needed to the appropriate person
Conducting walk-throughs, ensuring rental compliance, processes rental agreements
Development and Financial
Assists in grant writing and reporting, membership tracking and annual drives
Coordinates with the Director and bookkeeper to provide data for good financial records and receipts
The ideal candidate will enjoy working with the community and be able to communicate well, both verbally and in writing. The candidate will be reliable, self-directed and willing to learn new skills and to innovate, as needed. Candidate will have experience planning and coordinating programs. The job will require updating of websites and social media, basic accounting and computer skills including database entry, Microsoft word, and Excel. Candidate should have experience with grant writing and reporting or be willing to learn. Access to transportation is required, as is the ability to respond quickly to an onsite emergency, if required.
This is a part-time job with a guaranteed 20 hours per week that will include some weeknight and evening hours. The job pays $15 hour. Within the next 6-9 months, this job has the potential for added duties and an additional 15-20 hours per week.
The Baltimore County Arts Guild is a 501c3 organization with a mission to support artists and musicians and provide access to the creative experience. We are committed to providing an inclusive environment for all, regardless of gender, age, gender identity, race, health status, national origin, relationship status, sexual orientation, disability, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, and religion. We strongly encourage people from underrepresented groups to apply.