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Penland School of Craft

Photography/Drawing/Painting Studio Coordinator

Location: Penland, NC
Posted: October 04, 2019
Application Deadline: October 18, 2019

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Penland School of Craft
Sally Loftis
hrmanager@penland.org
67 Doras Trail
Penland, NC, 28765
8287652359
penland.org

The Photography and Drawing/Painting Studios Coordinator reports directly to the studio operations manager and is responsible for keeping two studios in good working order and preparing for each class or activity scheduled in the space. Through a helpful and welcoming presence the studio coordinator sets the tone for all classes by effectively communicating with instructors and studio assistants to plan and support successful classes—from ordering materials and setting up the studio to communicating and facilitating studio safety guidelines and practices. The coordinator works directly with the studio coordinator team and studio operations manager and collaboratively across the organization to insure support for all programming throughout the year.

This is a full-time position, and will average 35 hours a week over the course of the year with more hours during the school's summer season and fewer hours/week in the winter. It is important to note that our photography program supports programming in 19th Century processes, traditional darkroom photography, and digital photography and printing. This is a technical, administrative, and services-oriented position. Personnel policies for all Penland employees apply. For full job description and application instructions, please visit https://penland.org/about/jobs-internships/.

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