Be Boston Dance Alliance’s new Operations and Membership Associate!
Boston Dance Alliance
Workplace street address
19 Clarendon St
Part time, regular
Boston Dance Alliance seeks a friendly, reliable, detail-oriented Operations and Membership Associate to support the day to day operations of this small nonprofit arts service organization serving the Boston metropolitan dance community with information, resources, partnerships, and public advocacy.
Reporting to the Executive Director, the Operations and Membership Associate will be responsible for a wide range of activities including office management, basic bookkeeping, member services, program support, logistics and volunteer management for two major events, and web and social media engagement.
The position will be 30 hours per week (M-F 10 am – 4 pm) plus up to 8 evening/weekend events per year. By mutual agreement, hours and responsibilities may increase over time as programs develop.
Pay is $20/hour. Position includes two paid weeks off plus five personal days annually. Holidays include Thanksgiving Wed-Sunday; December 24- January 1, Presidents’ Day, Patriot’s/Marathon Day, and July 4.
BDA has its office in the Boston Ballet building in Boston’s South End, accessible by T.
Routine office communications, including phone and email
Manage membership applications and renewals and print and mail membership cards
Track activities and create forms in Customer Relationship Management (CRM) database system.
Coordinate and manage logistics and volunteers for annual Open Call audition and Dancer Health Day (simultaneous events)
Working with ED, Board, staff, and vendors, manage logistics and volunteers for annual Gala
Inventory, sort, and manage lottery to distribute donated dancewear to low-income dancers
Bookkeeping and accounts
Routine bookkeeping associated with memberships, donations, and fiscal sponsorships
Monthly budget reconciliation and help prepare materials to support annual tax preparation
Update website events calendar with ED, members, and strategic partners
Produce routine communications including weekly events newsletter, Pro/Motion and organizational member Mailchimp eblasts
Manage and update database/mailing lists
Collaborate with ED, staff, and outside experts to support enhanced social media strategy (Facebook, Instagram, and emerging social media tools) and data analysis for community outreach and fundraising
Other responsibilities as Boston Dance Alliance programs develop.
Computer skills, including Microsoft Office Suite; graphic and design skills for digital and print communications.
Basic bookkeeping skills (Quickbooks Online). Familiarity with Neon or other CRM systems a plus but not required.
Ability to manage email communication (using template files and archiving accordingly) as well as keeping track of multiple communication threads
Familiarity with social media (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter); expertise is a plus
Demonstrated ability to work independently and to meet explicit milestones and deadlines
Ability to multitask effectively on both short and long-range projects
College degree or equivalent
Priority will be given to applicants with familiarity with and demonstrated commitment to dance
Please note that this position calls for significant time alone in office and self management of responsibilities and schedule is required.
Boston Dance Alliance is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, age, or veteran status.
September 12, 2019
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Administrative Assistant at Jose Mateo Ballet Theatre
José Mateo Ballet Theatre
Workplace street address
400 Harvard Ave
Full time, regular
José Mateo Ballet Theatre seeks a highly motivated and organized individual to join our team as full-time Administrative Assistant. The Administrative Assistant is responsible for overseeing the smooth operation of the studio programs, serving as the point of contact with clients, and supporting day-to-day organizational operations. Specific responsibilities include:
Administrative & Program Support: The Ballet School
· Oversee studio work-study program and volunteers.
· Manage schedule of educational program staff including faculty and pianists.
· Maintain school’s database as well as billing and collections for educational programs.
· Liaise with students and parents, signing-in daily ballet classes and being the face of the organization as clients enter the studios.
· Assist with the Dance for World Community festival and the annual performances of the Nutcracker
Contact Studio Programs Manager for more details: Gabrielle Domb, firstname.lastname@example.org
Cambridge Studio: 400 Harvard Street, Cambridge (in Harvard Square)
Work-study positions offer three free classes for each three-hour shift. Work-Study students are also eligible to receive 2 complimentary tickets to our performances. A three-month commitment is required for work-study positions. Work-study includes the following duties: reception, registration, organization, and other tasks as requested.
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