Folsom Lake College is seeking an events professional to take a leadership role at the Harris Center for the Arts, a Regional Performing Arts Center opened in February 2011.
About the Event Services Supervisor position: Reporting to the Executive Director and a key member of the Center’s leadership team, the Event Services Supervisor is responsible for overseeing three primary areas of Harris Center operations:
Facility rentals and gallery exhibitions, maintaining the related master schedule/calendar and facility user database, meeting with facility and gallery users, preparing facility rental agreements, ensuring compliance with key facility use contract requirements, and preparing facility billing worksheets;
Front-of-house event operations; and
A large and extensive volunteer program.
The Event Services Supervisor recruits, selects, trains, oversees, evaluates, schedules, and coordinates staff and volunteers in these areas.
To Apply: The Los Rios Community College District is currently accepting applications for this position. A job description & online application are available at https://jobs.losrios.edu/postings/9844 .
EXPERIENCE: One year of experience in a lead or supervisory position. Three years increasingly responsible experience in the areas related to the typical duties of the position (the required lead/supervisory experience may also be used to meet this requirement).
EDUCATION: A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution; OR an Associate’s degree from an accredited institution PLUS two additional years of qualifying experience.
(Experience Requirement: One year of experience is equal to 12 months of experience at a maximum of 40 hours per week. Applicable part-time experience will be converted to the full-time equivalent for purposes of meeting the experience requirement.)
Additional Salary Information: Competitive benefits package includes health insurance, CalPERS retirement, 21 days of annual paid vacation, etc.
Internal Number: Job Posting C00732P
About Harris Center for the Arts, Folsom Lake College
About the Harris Center for the Arts:
With its millionth audience member attending during its recently completed seventh full season, the Harris Center for the Arts at Folsom Lake College is a $50 million regional performing arts center that seeks to enrich the lives of people throughout California's capital region by providing venues and opportunities to experience artistic work, celebrate cultural traditions and participate in the creative process. The Center features three intimate state-of-the-art performance spaces, an art gallery, recording studio, and spacious educational facilities. Center programs include presentations that bring artists of all disciplines from around the world to perform and share, partnerships that make the Center a home for local artists and arts organizations, and productions of work created and/or developed on site. The Center is home to Folsom Lake College's visual and performing arts instructional offerings, as well as other life-long learning programs for the broader community. Opened in February 2011, the Center hosts upwards of 400 events per year attracting audiences of 150,000 annually. More information: www.harriscenter.net
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About Folsom Lake College:
Located 25 miles northeast of Sacramento in the gold rush foothills of the Sierras below Lake Tahoe, Folsom Lake College was established in 2004 as the fourth and newest college in the Los Rios Community College District. With an enrollment of 8700 students, the college is a dynamic learning community committed to academic excellence and innovation, providing quality educational programs and services to enrich and empower students to reach their full potential as informed and productive members of the community. The college is an educational organization that embraces change, values diversity, and focuses on creativity and personal enrichment. It is committed to an interest-based approach to solving problems and addressing issues.