Manager of OperationsCompany: The Manton Avenue Project
Date Posted: February 6, 2018
The manager of operations provides administrative, development, and program support to a non-profit arts education organization in Olneyville. This position reports to the executive artistic director.
- handling our books through Quickbooks and Salesforce, paying bills, checking mail, making deposits and running financial reports for board meetings.
- handling space rentals, food and supply orders with outside vendors.
- handling insurance contracts.
- preparing annual 990 taxes.
- maintaining and ordering supplies
- responding to general inquiries about MAP
Development and Marketing
- managing donor relations
- managing sponsor relations
- Salesforce data entry
- grants management
- managing communications with media
- website and social media updates
- assisting with marketing material design
- managing programming interns and youth staff
- purchasing program supplies
- assisting in communications with parents
- maintaining student attendance database/families
- maintaining student and parent evaluation database
- assisting in creating/designing/printing playbills
- assisting with Front of House tickets and concessions
15-20 hours per week at $15/hour, starting immediately - Aug 2019, with possibility of renewal.
3 weeks unpaid vacation. Some nights, weekends required.
- Bachelor’s degree
- At least 3-years of experience with Quickbooks and Salesforce
- Experience with grants management
- Non-profit management and development experience
- Highly organized and self-motivated
- Strong writing and computer skills
- A passion for social justice
- Youth arts education experience
- An understanding Creative Youth Development goals and outcomes
- Proficiency in Spanish
Women and people of color strongly encouraged to apply.
HOW TO APPLY
Send cover letter and resume to email@example.com
About The Manton Avenue Project
MAP’S GOALS AND OBJECTIVES: The mission of The Manton Avenue Project is to unleash the creative voices and unique potential of children living in Providence’s Olneyville neighborhood, one of the city’s lowest income neighborhoods. Through The Manton Avenue Project (MAP), underserved children have the opportunity to discover their talents as they develop their playwriting skills and work one-on-one with professional theatre artists to create original theater. MAP believes that theatre is a specifically powerful vehicle for personal and social change. Through playmaking, we nurture each child’s capacity for success, helping them believe in the value of their own ideas and increasing their ability to navigate through life’s challenges. By respecting young people's ideas and presenting those ideas to public audiences, The Manton Avenue Project cultivates their resilience and improves their self-efficacy, both indicators of Positive Youth Development that lead to long-term success in adulthood, including healthy relationships, community connections, and economic self-sufficiency.
For more information, see www.mantonavenueproject.org.