Administrative Intern

Arts Capacity

Building community through interactive prison recitals.

Fully Remote

Work Location: Remote

Nonprofit Service Organization

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  • Work Location: Remote
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  • Hourly Rate (USD$): $15.00

Website Arts Capacity

Building community through interactive prison recitals.

Job Title: Administrative Intern

Reports To: Executive Director & Operations Manager

Compensation: $15/hr
As a part-time role with varying hours, individuals can expect to work approximately 8 hours per month, though hours are not guaranteed and may fluctuate based on organizational needs and project demands.

Overview:
We are excited to announce an opportunity for an Administrative Intern who is passionate about arts access to join our team from June 2024 to December 2024. This internship offers a unique chance to gain hands-on experience in arts administration while supporting various aspects of our organization’s operations. The ideal candidate is detail-oriented, organized, and possesses strong communication skills. Proficiency in Google Suite applications is essential for this role. There is no guarantee of employment at the conclusion of the internship.

Key Responsibilities:
-Survey Data Collection & Entry:
-Coordinate the distribution and collection of survey responses.
-Accurately enter survey data into designated databases or platforms.
-Generate reports and summaries based on survey findings as needed.

Social Media Management:
-Support the development and implementation of social media strategies to promote our programs and initiatives.
-Create engaging content for various social media platforms, including but not limited to Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
-Monitor social media channels, respond to inquiries, and engage with our online community.
-Track social media metrics and provide regular reports on performance.

Grant Research and Writing:
-Conduct research to identify potential grant opportunities relevant to our organization’s mission and programs.
-Assist in the preparation of grant proposals, including writing, editing, and compiling necessary documentation.
-Maintain a database of grant opportunities, deadlines, and application requirements.

Materials Creation for Programs:
-Collaborate with program staff to develop materials such as presentations, handouts, and guides for workshops, events, and other activities.
-Ensure that all materials are visually appealing, informative, and aligned with our branding guidelines.
-Assist in the production and distribution of printed materials as needed.

Google Suite Savvy:
-Demonstrate proficiency in using Google Suite applications, including Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, and Forms.
-Organize and maintain shared documents, folders, and calendars within Google Drive.
-Facilitate communication and collaboration among team members through Google Workspace tools.

Preferred Qualifications:
-Currently pursuing or recently completed a degree in a relevant field (e.g., Arts Administration, Music, Marketing, or related field).
-Passionate about arts accessibility
-Previous experience in data collection, entry, and analysis.
-Familiarity with social media platforms and best practices for engagement.
-Strong writing and editing skills, with the ability to craft clear and compelling content.
-Experience with grant research, writing, and reporting preferred.
-Proficiency in Google Suite applications and other relevant software.
-Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.
-Ability to multitask, prioritize tasks, and meet deadlines in a fast-paced environment.
-Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work effectively both independently and as part of a team.

How to Apply:
Please submit your resume, and cover letter to Executive Directory Holly Mulcahy (engage@artscapacity.org) Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled.