Days and Hours: AY: 8:30-4:30 Mon-Fri; SMR: 8am-5:00pm Mon-Thurs
The VPMA Coordinator is responsible for providing support for all College arts-related activities & productions, specifically in the Visual/Studio Arts, Performing Arts & Media Arts. They will oversee the daily operations of Lincoln Hall & be responsible for equipment/supply maintenance. They will also manage Lincoln Hall events & productions staged in conjunction with the academic programs & departments, with a goal of expanding collaborative efforts with community organizations. Furthermore, they will insure a safe working environment, in which tools & equipment are properly supervised during all events & performances, & will effectively maintain the set, lighting & sound equipment in our facilities.
1.Oversee the daily operations of Lincoln Hall, including academic-related events, special events, & facility operation, within the framework of established budget & oversee student workers to ensure appropriate staffing levels for all operating hours & events.
2.Regularly create & publish arts-related online content in order to build an online presence for arts-related programming through an increasing footprint on social media & a client database.
3.Oversee the scheduling of arts-related events & productions. This includes coordinating the program calendar, advertising, assisting in facility rental arrangements, & ensuring the productions consistently exceed the expectations of all constituencies.
4.Nurture relationships with local businesses & business groups, arts groups, government agencies, universities, the community, schools, the media, & arts organizations for collaboration & rental opportunities.
5.Support & provide outreach to outside arts & culture organizations as needed.
6.Attend all performances, rentals, & events to manage & ensure a safe & enjoyable experience for staff, patrons, & artists & provide coverage in the areas of concessions, box office, & other guest service responsibilities as needed.
7.Assist in the management of the arts-related budgets & provide analysis through quarterly reports.
9.Work closely with the Office of Communications & Marketing to develop innovative & effective arts communication & marketing strategies & to ensure all events are promoted & advertised in a timely manner.
10.Collaborate with the Institutional Research Department to implement a data reporting & analysis structure that can be used to monitor & evaluate arts-related initiatives & strategies. Prepare & communicate reports as needed or requested.
11.Be responsible for maintenance & upkeep of all equipment & operating systems in arts-related spaces, including studios & lab spaces, & coordinated with Facilities or OIT as needed.
12.Supervise part-time & temporary employees within the Visual & Performing Arts areas, including the Gallery Director, Studio Arts Monitors, Lab Assistants &/or CTE Coaches.
13.Maintain an inventory of all supplies, equipment, materials & chemicals in studios, stockrooms & studio stations & prepare a list of items to be ordered.
14.Oversee the planning, construction, & mounting of all program theatre, dance, & music productions.
15.Coordinate lighting & sound for all program productions & troubleshoot problems with sound, light, & rigging.
16.Participate in arts-related professional development activities as needed.
1. Bachelor's Degree in an arts-related field required; Master's Degree preferred.
3. Experience working in a gallery, theater, and/or music industry preferred.
4. Experience in event planning preferred.
5. Experience developing both print, online, and social media content preferred.
6. Up-to-date in the use of emerging arts-related technologies.
7. Excellent interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills.
8. Experience in all areas of technical theater preferred.
9. Proficient with common workplace computing applications.
10. Ability to work a flexible schedule for performances and events are expected. Evening and weekend availability is required.
Job Category: Administrative/Staff
Internal Number: 5875
About Camden County College
Camden County College is one of the largest, most comprehensive community colleges in New Jersey and the surrounding region and is a vital resource for transfer education, workforce training, and cultural events. Its three distinct locations in Blackwood, Camden and Cherry Hill – along with its satellite locations in Lakeland, Sicklerville and elsewhere throughout the County – share the common mission of providing accessible, affordable higher education and occupational study to all who can benefit.The College also is recognized nationally as a leader in technology programs such as video game design/development and photonics. In addition, it is acknowledged for maintaining low tuition rates for many years. Perhaps most importantly, CCC is known for responding to the changing needs of the communities and students it serves by continuously updating its programs and services to support the economic development in this area and the professional and personal development of residents.