Position: Office Assistant, Part-Time
Company:Bay Colony Performing Arts
Location: Foxboro, Massachusetts
The Bay Colony Performing Arts
Academy has been offering performing arts classes in musical theatre, acting,
dance, music, and puppetry to students in pre-school through high school since
– Thursdays 2:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Saturdays 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Total of 26 hours per week.
Must also be available to work
final performances at the end of each semester (mid-December and mid-June) as
well as summer camp performances.
· Excellent at clerical work & able to assist with the day-to-day running of an office
o Handling incoming calls and other communication
o Emailing (must be able to communicate clearly as well as use proper grammar, punctuation, spelling, etc.)
o Recording information, as needed
o Updating paperwork, maintaining and processing documents
o Helping to organize and maintain office areas
o Running errands
o Helping to coordinate events as necessary
o Maintaining office supply and equipment inventory
· Organized, efficient, self-motivated
· Enthusiastic, positive
· Great with people (greeting students, parents, other guests as needed)
· Creative – position will be responsible for office decorating (other creative opportunities may arise)
· Proficient in Word, Excel, etc.
· Social Media savvy
o Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Buffer
· Valid MA driver’s license and access to a vehicle
Additional Skills For Consideration (Not Required)
· Graphic design
· Press release writing
How To Apply:
Please, send resumé and cover letter to Senior Director, Cailin Dyke at firstname.lastname@example.org.
November 09, 2018
About this Organization:
The Bay Colony Performing Arts Academy is focused on providing a safe and fun environment in which students are able to learn and develop their skills as young performers through guided discovery and creative exploration. With the help of our staff, students develop a passion and enthusism for their chosen art form that we hope will carry through adolescence and into adulthood. Through the study of the arts, students learn the importance of self-discipline, creative thinking, and interpersonal communication.