Assists in the development and management of Studio activities and events. Serves as primary contact for all groups and artists in residence. Assists as needed with the running and smooth operation of The Studio. Maintains communications between The Studio, and the Education, Operations, Marketing and Communications Departments.
- Oversees all group activities at The Studio. Ensures customer satisfaction during all phases of events from conception to booking to final delivery of work. Pursues new community and corporate relationships for programs.
- Fun with Glass - Creates and coordinates all aspects of the Fun with Glass program, including its contents and staffing and coordinates public relations initiatives for it.
- High School Learning Center – Schedules and manages this program
- Road Scholar – Schedules and manages and creates content for the program. Hires and manages artist instructors.
- Immersion in Glass Studies – Schedules, manages, hosts, and creates content for this program. Hires and manages artist instructors.
- Manages the studio’s calendar to maximize usage between all communities of users.
- Manages the artist in resident program, coordinates their stay at The Studio, hosts them and ensures successful residencies.
- Manages annual holiday open house and glass sale and Ennion Glass Sale.
- Acts as liaison and coordinator for studio and education information to the communications/marketing department, for example, calendar of programs.
- Serves as website power user for The Studio and updates and adds content to the CMoG website.
- Creates Power Point presentations, adds images to Mediabin.
- Supports instructors, students, and teaching assistants as needed during classes.
- Teaches courses to all skill levels and ages as needed.
- Supervises the special projects team leader and temporary staff.
- Adheres to all Museum safety standards.
- Bachelor’s degree in glass or related field required.
- Five years’ experience in a position requiring similar skills.
- Excellent customer service skills.
- Solid glassworking skills.
- Must relate well to people at all levels.
- Excellent supervisory and management skills.
- Ability to work with minimal supervision.
- Ability to develop contacts within the glass community and regional community.
- Ability to speak in front of groups and represent the Museum professionally.
- Creativity; ability to initiate and implement programs and projects.
- Excellent organizational skills and ability to manage multiple priorities.
- Ability to work evenings, weekends, and holidays as necessary.
- Excellent computer skills including office functions, social media, and web.
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