Admin and Box Office Asst.
The Bach, Beethoven, and Brahms Society of Boston is seeking a part time Box Office and Administrative Assistant.
This position reports to the General Manager and is responsible for:- assisting with processing of ticket orders, refunds, and exchanges,- handling patron inquiries,- providing event support at BB&B's 5 concert subscription series as well as fundraising events- Assisting with list and database management- Assisting with donor recognition and seasonal mailings- other duties as assigned
Ideal candidates with have an interest in classical music, a background in customer service, a positive attitude, and a knowledge of or willingness to learn box office software. Comfort with google docs and general office software is a must as well as an ability to work in a virtual office setting.
Position is paid by monthly stipend and assumes 5-10 hours per week on average with some weeks being more and some weeks being less depending on programming needs.
How To Apply:
Email resume and introduction to email@example.com
August 31, 2018
About this Organization:
The Bach, Beethoven, and Brahms Society was formed in the spring of 2016 by Steven Lipsitt and the musicians of the former Boston Classical Orchestra. Determined to save a beloved and time-honored tradition of great, expertly performed orchestral concerts presented in one of America’s most historic spaces, Boston’s Faneuil Hall, these artists established a Board of Directors and a network of colleagues who are dedicated to the goals of musical excellence and an intimate listening experience. Following debut concerts in March and April of 2016, and thanks to the generosity and loyalty of supporters, BB&B presented a full 2016 – 2017 season of subscription concerts to excited, enthusiastic audiences. Sharing the stunning musical virtuosity of its own professional musicians, world-class guest soloists, and a level of quality that has been the hallmark of concerts in its Faneuil Hall home for many years, BB&B renewed old friendships and developed new ones, laying the groundwork for a bright future as Boston’s newest professional orchestra.