Do you have a passion for the arts and want to join a hard-working team dedicated to fulfilling the NAC’s mission of “bring people and the arts together?” Help make our community a better place!
The Norfolk Arts Center offers a professional, creative, and dynamic work environment and is an equal opportunity employer. Help us fulfill our mission of “bringing people and the arts together.” Current position openings and application instructions are listed below.
The Program Coordinator oversees all aspects of the Norfolk Arts Center’s (NAC) programs; including all schedules and details related to our visual arts, performing arts and arts education programs. Candidate will handle events from start to finish and be the primary point of contract between contractors, actors, teachers, volunteers, interns, among other individuals and organizations. He/She/They will assist with marketing and advertising of the programs and organization by providing information, photos, logos, etc. to the Marketing and Membership Coordinator as needed. Will also play a role to work with the Marketing Coordinator to develop and implement campaigns as needed. The Program Coordinator is also responsible for assisting with the implementation of all policies of the Norfolk Arts Center (NAC) for the benefit of the organization and its members.
The ideal candidate holds a bachelor’s degree in either hospitality management, marketing, graphic design or an art related field; has a background in marketing and 2 years of event coordination experience. Candidate has a great deal of self-sufficiency in accomplishing his/her/their duties, must be an excellent communicator and he/she/they must be a creative and innovative thinker. He/She/They will coordinate schedules, dialogue with a wide variety of individuals, and handle all program related tasks of a growing organization. He/She/They must be detail oriented and have an interest in the successful promotion of the arts and our community.
The NAC’s goal is to increase the impact the arts have in area schools and communities, and the ideal candidate will share this passion and be motivated to push the organization towards that goal.
The hours will vary depending on the time of year and the projects being implemented. Some nights and weekends required. Flexible schedule offered.
DEADLINE TO APPLY: Wednesday, March 17, 2021
Requirements to apply:
1. Cover Letter
3. Answer to the following questions:
a. Why do the arts matter to YOU?
b. What role do you see NAC playing in the future?
Position open until filled.
Send cover letter, resume and question responses to:
Norfolk Arts Center
305 N. 5th Street
Norfolk, NE 68701
OR email to email@example.com
If you are a fun, energetic person who loves working with children and adults and shares a passion for the arts, this job is for you!! The Norfolk Arts Center is a non-profit organization offering art classes to pre-K through adults. A teaching certificate is NOT required.
You will teach experienced based classes to children and adults. Classes vary by season and dates and times are flexible. Multiple positions are open for individuals looking to work with a specific age group. We provide supplies and the curriculum. You will supply the enthusiasm and fun!
1) Experience working with groups of pre-school, grade school children, and/or adults. A teaching certificate is NOT required.
2) Must have reliable transportation (valid driver license and car insurance).
Please include a resume or brief description of your qualifications including your experience working with children. Also include your address (or main cross streets). Please let us know how many hours you would like to work and the days you are available.
Interested parties please email Program Coordinator.
The NAC regularly accepts applications for internships. This is a great opportunity for real-world experience at a thriving non-profit! Please contact Sara for more details on this program.
Create marketing materials (print and web based) for events such as gallery openings, theater performances and educational classes. Carry themes of existing projects to create work to be used on social media and our website. Build off the Norfolk Arts Center’s brand to produce pieces for the catalog, newsletter, blog and website, among other things.
Additional office duties include but are not limited to: assisting with gallery hangs, attending events, greeting visitors and answering phones.
Knowledge of both PC and Mac
Familiar with the following software
Adobe products such as InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator
Microsoft Office: Word and Excel
Familiar with WordPress (preferred but not required)
Build and manage the company’s social media profiles and presence, including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube
Create shareable content appropriate for specific networks to spread both our brand and our content.
Assist in organizing and processing memberships.
Register visitors for educational classes and process sales transactions.
Create slide shows and video clips for social media and website.
Interest in data management
Organized with strong communication skills
Enjoy working with the public
Self-motivated with a positive attitude
Candidate should be:
strong communication skills
willing to work with the public and represent the NAC
Knowledge of the following software:
Microsoft Office, Excel and Powerpoint
Quickbooks (preferred but not required)
Wordpress (preferred but not required)
Please send cover letter and resume to:
Or Norfolk Arts Center
305 North 5th Street
Norfolk, NE 68701