The Deputy Director will work directly with the Executive Director and oversee specified departments to meet the goals and objectives of the Folk School. This position works closely with the Folk Schools leadership team and has frequent contact with staff and constituents. The incumbent will be able to connect well with others and is an organized and practiced communicator. Primary responsibilities will include, leading projects and developing tactics related to achieving goals within the strategic plan and campus master plan, overseeing specified departments, conducting weekly meetings with department directors and managers, ensuring goals and department needs are being met in a timely manner, and helping to conduct projects related to fundraising and cultivation efforts.
This is a full-time, year-round, benefits-eligible, exempt position that reports to the Executive Director.
The Temporary Accounting Assistant is responsible for the smooth and timely operation of the general accounting duties that include but are not limited to the preparation of journal entries, accounts receivable and accounts payable. The position will work with the Accountant and Finance Director and budget managers to manage day-to day accounting operations. This is a temporary, 30 hours per week, non-exempt hourly position.
The Dining Hall Crew Chief will supervise the production of meals, lead a team of kitchen team members, maintain appearance of the kitchen and dining hall and alert the Culinary Manager to any equipment malfunctions. The position will report directly to the Culinary Manager. This is a full-time, hourly non-exempt, benefits-eligible position. The position will be on the second shift from 12:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Hours include weekends and holidays.
Housekeeper successfully maintains the cleanliness of facilities with integrity and attention to detail. The position will facilitate a clean and orderly environment for guests. The position reports directly to the Crew Chief and Services Manager and is a part-time, 29 hours per week and non-exempt hourly position. Hours will include weekends and holidays.
The Studio Coordinator is responsible for coordinating the Folk School's Clay, Sculpture, and Mosaics programs including program development, community engagement, maintenance of the Clay studio, instructor and student relations, and working collaboratively across departments to promote and strengthen the program. The Studio Coordinator reports to the Programs Director for program development and to the Studio Manager for studio operations. This is a 32-hour per week, nonexempt hourly, benefits eligible position.