Subject: Organizations' Newsletter - Jan. 13, 2017: JOBS ADDITION

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News and Opportunities for the Cultural Nonprofits and 
Creative Businesses of Fairfield County, CT
January 13, 2017
The Cultural Alliance of Fairfield County is a nonprofit service organization that supports its members through unified marketing, capacity building, professional development, and advocacy services. This newsletter is sent to all who request it - but we ask that, if you are not a member, you explore membership benefits and consider joining this community of  more than 500 individuals and organizations. Sign up here
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Opened in 1990, Fairfield University's Quick Center for the Arts is a multi-faceted facility that presents a wide variety of high quality performances, lectures, and exhibits. The Quick Center seeks an Events and Sales Manager, who will be responsible for the development of the Quick Center profile and business in the community through external rentals, promotion, and in-kind partnerships as well as the business development of Quick Center rentals to reach annual gross revenue targets. Other responsibilities include: coordinating all aspects of rental market, from solicitation through event, including personnel and set up; managing all University events, from booking through close of event; contracting and securing all aspects of the Missoula Summer program and workshop intensives; coordinating front-of-house activities; managing and developing a team of external volunteers and student employees; coordinating all events through master calendar with Director of Programming; overseeing the Q-Café and all concessions activities; and working closely with relevant University and Quick Center teams to achieve goals. Requirements include a Bachelor's Degree, or equivalent related experience; 3 years demonstrated experience in the area of business development, event management, volunteer coordination, and community service, as well as the ability to foster and sustain a climate conducive to a cooperative environment. Excellent attention to detail is required.Flexibility in working hours is required for effective event coordination. (weekday, evening, and weekend hours)All offers of employment are contingent upon a satisfactory background check. Please submit a resume, cover letter, and employment application. Apply here.

Reporting to the Director of Information Technology at the Yale University Art Gallery, the Data and Database Specialist develops, implements, and maintains policies and procedures for ensuring the security and integrity of the Gallery’s collection database, while actively ensuring adherence to data standards across the Gallery environment. Serves as primary resource for a wide range of museum staff members and departments that use TMS (The Museum System), the collections management database used by the Gallery. Manages the training, technical and procedural responsibilities to advance the strategic plan for development and future use, and support the ongoing use and maintenance of TMS. Maintains and administers database systems to ensure effective implementation and use of databases including performance, software testing, debugging, and security and metrics projects. Works directly with Gallery departments to create reports, and to identify and resolve technical issues. Design and build reports using Crystal Reports software. Explore other opportunities for reporting data to Gallery users. Manages the collection information system (TMS); Day-to-day administration (e.g. basic database management, backup, maintenance, security, etc.) Work with Gallery members to understand data needs; use SQL skills to assist in data management needs and answer questions as they arise. Plans, coordinates, and implements activities necessary to the effective operation and maintenance of the database. Uses available software tools to assist with the creation of reports to support the various museum functions. Assists with the training of museum staff in the basic use of the TMS database through individual instruction, classroom sessions, and telephone support. For required education and experience, qualifications, and application instructions, click here.
Jobs Previously Listed and Still Available

Clyde Fitch Report: Online Video Correspondent
International Festival of Arts & Ideas: Grant Writer
Ives Concert Park, Technical and Facilities Manager
New Paradigm Theatre Company: Grant Writer
Wadsworth Atheneum: Donor Relations Manager
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Jan. 13: Quick: Take the CT Humanities Survey - closes today.
Jan. 17: CT League of History Organizations: Conference Proposals Due
Jan. 25: CT League of History Organizations: Serving Young Visitors with Autism Spectrum Disorders Workshop, CT Historical Society, Hartford, 1-3pm
Jan. 26: Nea Art Works Deadline to register/renew with and 
Jan. 26: CT League of History Organizations: History Unfolded - crowd sourcing history
Jan. 26: NEA: Big Read Applications Due

Feb. c1: Arts in Early Childhood Development: Submission Deadline
Feb. 16: New Art Works Visual Arts & Museum Application Deadline

March c2: CT Arts Day, Hartford, CT

March 15: COA: Supporting Arts in Place: Application Deadline (available Jan. 23)
March 15: COA: Education Grants: Application Deadline (available Jan. 23)
March 22: COA: Project Grants: Application Deadline (available Jan. 23)
March 22: COA: Regional Initiative Grants (REGI): Application Deadline (available Jan. 23)
March 20-21: Arts Advocacy Day, Washington DC

April c5: USArtists International: Application Deadline for Tours 7/1/17-6/30/18
April 13: NEA Challenge America Fast-Track Award Application Deadline

May 17: COA: Artist Fellowship Awards: Application Deadline (applications available March 1)
The Cultural Alliance of Fairfield County is a 501(c)(3) organization. We are very grateful for the support of our individual and organization members, our individual donors and the following organizations.
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