Wednesday, January 11, 2006

away

I'm out of town till Sunday but got some job news:

  • I'm interviewing at the Phillips collection on Tuesday for a Museum assistant position.

  • Also, the Kennedy Center is looking for people to pester other people on phones.

  • The other Phillips collection job called (itsasecret)--I'll get back to them tonight. I am silently pumping my fists, mouthing the word yes.

Seems that Christina and jt from DCartjobs and Thinking about Art have left messages. We are escaping the blog as a void folks. It's good to hear from y'all.

Speaking of the void, Colby Caldwell gives us a new years resolution blog entry here: good music as always, infrequent but thick & frosty posting. Fun to read comments by all stars Vesna Pavlovic, Paul Roth, and Kimberly Gladfelter.

Back Sunday .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . .. .. . . ... . .. . . ... . . .


EDIT:

da me lo gasolina:

POSITION: Visitor Services Coordinator / Administrative Assistant
IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR: Director
DATE: 2006
Full-Time Position Available as of February 1, 2006
GENERAL DESCRIPTION: The Visitor Services Coordinator is the first point of contact for visitors to the museum, providing customer phone assistance and information. The coordinator is responsible for scheduling and booking tours for individuals and groups. The position includes planning and liaising with the Head of Marketing to implement effective marketing strategies across the tourism sector, including tour companies, community groups, hotels, etc. The coordinator manages the museum calendar: scheduling docents for public and school tours, scheduling artists for workshops, and managing docent services, preparing a monthly docent newsletter. In addition, the coordinator provides administrative assistance to the Director and staff as needed. Outstanding interpersonal and computer skills are crucial. This entry level position to the arts sector would suite either a recent graduate or a returnee to the workforce who enjoys working in a friendly, supportive and fast-paced atmosphere.
To be considered for this position please send a letter expressing your interest with a resume to The Director, The Kreeger Museum, 2401 Foxhall Rd., NW Washington, DC 20007, or by email to publicrelations@kreegermuseum.org

Posted January, 9, 12 noon.

1 Comments:

Blogger Scenic Artisan said...

found your site through DC art news.

good luck in the job world.

4:51 PM, January 17, 2006  

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