We are looking for a Community Engagement Administrator at the United Arts
Council to help ensure the smooth running of operations on a day-to-day basis. The primary
responsibility is to ensure that members, program attendees and visitors to the UAC have a positive and
engaging experience and include general duties to provide support to our managers by assisting in the daily office needs and general administrative activities associated with an arts organization. Ultimately, you should be able to handle administrative projects and deliver high-quality work under minimum supervision.
For this role, a strong Internet connection is required, along with experience using communication tools like Social Media Platforms: Instagram, Facebook, YouTube.
Please email any questions or cover letter & resume as your application to: firstname.lastname@example.orgComplete Job Description
Attention: Musicians, Theater Artists, Dancers, Digital Media and Visual Artists
Teaching Artists Wanted!
Are you interested in teaching after-school arts classes?
The United Arts Council is seeking artists and arts educators in all disciplines who want to work with at-risk children, primarily in the elementary grades (K-5), during the school year. Some opportunities exist at the middle and high school levels, too. We are looking for artists who can enrich creative learning activities with content from other subjects, such as math, science, literature, language arts and social studies.
Artists should have reliable transportation and be willing to travel to school sites in distant parts of the county, such as Immokalee or Everglades City. Artists are independent contractors and paid good hourly rates. A college degree is strongly recommended but not required, and artists must pass background screening and reference checks. Previous teaching experience is a big plus.
If you would like more information, please contact Janice Paine, UAC Education Program Manager, at 239-254-8242. Or e-mail your resume with a cover note to: email@example.com