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River to River House Coordinator

Lower Manhattan Cultural Club
Working Time
Part Time

Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, a 44-year-old entrepreneurial
     arts council based in Lower Manhattan, seeks up to five (5)
     part-time temporary River To River House Coordinators from April
     through July 2017 for the River To River Festival 2017. The
     festival dates are June 15-25; the position includes some
     periodic site visits and administrative work in the office from
     late April leading up to the festival. Events will be divided
     among several coordinators based on availability provided at the
     time of accepting the position. House Coordinators report to the
     Events Associate and support the Institutional Advancement

     Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:

     •  Work with LMCC staff to manage the front of house strategy
     for River To River events, including volunteer activities,
     signage strategy, programs and other onsite materials, setup, and
     •  Work with Events Associate to schedule volunteer staffing
     for all River To River events
     •  Implement LMCC’s on-site presence at River To River
     •  Manage logistics and set up related to LMCC’s marketing
     presence at River To River events including: signage,
     tent/table/chairs and materials
     •  Attend meetings and site visits to develop FOH strategy

     •  Attend events and oversees staffing and volunteers on site
     •  Create front-of-house materials specific to each River To
     River project being managed
     •  Support collection and management of River To River RSVPs
     •  Provide highest level of customer service
     •  Work with Production Manager(s) to fill out Event Reports
     for every event

     Supervisory responsibilities include:

     •  Volunteer(s)

     Qualifications: Strong candidates for this position will have:

     •  Experience in house management and/or customer service
     •  Demonstrable project management skills in varied settings
     •  Knowledge and interest in contemporary performing and visual
     •  Ability to prioritize workload and time manage to multiple
     •  Ability to remain calm in periods of hectic activity
     •  Ability to work independently and as part of a team
     •  Personable and confident communicator
     •  Flexible and ready to contribute to other jobs as required
     •  Excellent written and verbal communication skills
     •  Strong administrative and organizational skills; knowledge of
     computer programs including MS Office (Word, Excel, etc.), Gmail
     and Google calendar, FormAssembly, EventBrite and Mac OS.

     To Apply:

     Please e-mail your resume with a thoughtful cover
     letter, stating how you heard about the position, to Ariel
     Phillips, Director of Development, Institutional Advancement at
     jobs[at] Please title the email “House Coordinator:
     YOUR NAME.” No phone calls please. Compensation will be on a
     contract basis. Lower Manhattan Cultural Council is an equal
     opportunity employer dedicated to diversity. To learn more about
     LMCC, please visit