Summer Gallery Supervisor Tour Guide
Date Posted: 05/14/12
Organization: Art and Culture Center of Hollywood
This is a part-time temporary summer position ($9 per hour) to last the 10 weeks of the Nathan Sawaya “Art of the Brick” show which is an exhibition of internationally recognized artist Nathan Sawaya’s original LEGO® sculptures.
This position is seven days a week and is to be split among two individuals.
June 9 – August 19, 2012
Monday through Sat. 9:45am – 5:15pm Sun. 11:45 – 5:15pm
This position will be split into two shifts to be divided between two qualified individuals -- exact days to be worked to be determined.
This is a “kid-friendly” show, during which the Center expects to have very high numbers of attendance. The safety of all visitors to the show, as well as all staff and volunteers in addition to the works in the show is of the utmost importance.
Overseeing the Center’s gallery areas; responding to and booking field trips requests in a timely fashion; overseeing “gallery monitor” volunteer staff, ensuring they are fulfilling their listed responsibilities and acting in accordance with all guidelines for their position as monitors of the show and activity areas.
Center Curator of Exhibitions, Curatorial Associate, front desk assistants, staff & management, general public, teachers, camp counselors and children and all visitors to the exhibitions.
To work in conjunction with the Center’s Curator of Exhibitions as well as all other related staff to insure that the logistics of exhibition: field trips, gallery exhibition areas, gallery monitors are all managed to run efficiently and safely.
Duties & Responsibilities
Coordinate booking and follow-up of all field trip requestsGreet field trip buses, check in children and chaperones and give free guided tours of the exhibition to all field tripsOverseeing Gallery Monitors (volunteer and Work Force One staff)Oversee LEGO activity area (working with Gallery Monitors)Inspect and address tasks to ensure facility is ready for each day’s visitorsPerform other related duties incidental to the work described.
Candidates will be in direct contact with members of the public, mainly with children and families. A person who possesses organization, authority, responsibility and ability to communicate articulately is required. Also, the person we are seeking should be an upbeat, high-energy individual. The candidate should work well as part of a team. Working knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel as well as general computing skills is required.
Send resume and cover letter to:
Art and Culture Center of Hollywood
1650 Harrison Street
Hollywood, FL 33020
Fax – 954/921-3273
Email – curator@ArtandCultureCenter.org
No phone calls, please
Sunday, May 20, 2012
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