Work at Joe's | Studio Manager - PART TIME
We’re looking for someone who loves community, the arts, and being in the thick of things to join Joe’s dynamic Studio Manager Team. This is a weekend, part-time position with potential to pick up additional shifts dependent on performance.
When you’re at Joe’s, you’ll find…
…yourself at the intersection of arts and community. An authentic performing arts center with a pulse on the community, Joe’s has a healthy mi3x of earned and contributed revenue from our arts-based programming and diverse donor and audience base. It’s a place where artists are supported, make great work with the community, and offer broad arts education programs. Joe’s acts as a catalyst for creativity and economic opportunity for all through our programs and productions in education, performing arts and work readiness. Everyone is a “Joe” and everybody can dance.
Everyone is a “Joe” and everybody can dance.
What you’ll be doing…
The Studio Manager plays a critical role in ensuring artists and audiences alike enjoy their time in the facility whether performing, rehearsing, attending a show or taking a class. Duties include reception, including but not limited to answering the phone and greeting all who enter the space, space use management, and revenue collection for several programs. This position ensures everyone has the best experience possible at Joe’s. The Studio Manager is responsible for all activities scheduled during a shift and, at times, will be supervising another staff member or volunteer.
What you need to be prepared for…
When you are a studio manager at Joe’s you oversee a 20,000 square foot facility and anywhere from 150 – 450 individuals coming through the space at day. The savvy studio manager will get to the know the regulars, intuitively know when it’s quiet enough to check and make sure all bathrooms have enough toilet paper and answer the phone or an inquiry with a great attitude and a smile.
Reception and customer service
Event and activity supervision and support
Collection of program revenue
Supervision of volunteers or staff
Coordination and communication with program team members
Data entry and reporting with an aptitude to use software and applications
Maintain studio and classroom spaces for program readiness
Comfortable using technology, including applications and programs for space use, ticket sales and transaction
Excellent customer service skills
Passion for engaging community in the arts experience
Experience in the performing arts or other arts tradition
Has experience with Skedda online booking, Patronticket through Salesforce, Quickbooks Pro, and Mindbody Online
Has worked in creative, flexible, arts-based environment and is comfortable with problem solving and facilitating solutions on the fly
Hours needed are
Friday from 3 - 10 pm
Saturday from 3 - 10 pm
Potential to take over additional weeknight shifts
Pay rate is $12 - $15 per hour commensurate with experience.
Please send brief cover letter and resume to email@example.com.