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Position Title:  Facilities Coordinator

Job Description: The Facilities Coordinator is a multifaceted role responsible for shoring up the logistical and operational foundations of the organization. This position is a direct report of the Managing Director and provides broad exposure to a variety of arts administration careers–opening the door for future exploration.

Responsibilities:

  • Manage studio rentals (60%)
    • interfacing with clients
    • drawing up and filing contracts
    • invoicing and collecting payments
    • managing studio calendar and bookings
    • light cleaning and sanitizing
    • on-sight supervision during rentals
  • Bill processing & record keeping (20%)
    • record and process incoming payments and expenses under supervision of Artistic Director (AD) and Accountant
    • update, organize and file Threads essential documents
  • Social media marketing (15%)
    • Design and post content to social media platforms
    • Build following and targeted audience engagement
    • Promote upcoming performances, events, and workshops in tandem with overall marketing strategy
  • Donor and funder prospecting (5%)
    • Research funding opportunities and deadlines
    • Support Managing Director (MD) in grant-writing and reporting efforts

Education:

  • HS Diploma or equivalent
  • BA/BS in Dance, Business Administration, Arts Administration or related fields a plus

Qualifications:

  • Must have reliable transportation to the Threads Dance Nexus (2213 Snelling Ave, Minneapolis, 55404) and ability to work remotely.
  • Interest/Experience in concert dance, dance education and non-profit organizations
  • Proficient in MS Office Suite, Google Suite, and basic computer literacy
  • Proficient in major social media platforms including but not limited to Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Proactive and forward thinking
  • Strong attention to detail, sense of integrity and work ethic
  • Strong verbal communications skills and demonstrated ability to write clearly and persuasively
  • Ability to effectively multi-task, adapt responsively, and work independently
  • Strong time management skills

Compensation: PT (10-15 hrs. a week) at $13-14.50/hr.  commiserate with experience| Additional benefits and discounts available.

Email Managing Director, Rae Charles Harge, to apply | rcharlesharge@threadsdance.org |