Front of House AssistantGeneral Job Description: Reports to the Front of House Manager. College Degree preferred; some arts and retail experience preferred. Must be an organized self-starter; possess excellent interpersonal skills, good oral and written communications skills, and work as a team player. Candidate will be required to use MS Word and Excel; computer literacy/proficiency required.
Requires valid driver's license and reliable transportation; duties will include typing and operation of personal computer, cash register, and credit card machine; answering and responding to telephone calls and inquiries; ability to lift chairs on occasion. Professional appearance expected.
Specific Responsibilities and Duties:
If interested, send cover letter and resume to Sara Gendlek, firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls please.
What does it mean to volunteer at the Noyes?
Volunteers are critical to the fulfillment of the Noyes Museum’s mission as well as an essential part of its operation. Share your interest in the arts and enjoy the opportunity to work behind the scenes on interesting and fulfilling projects.
For more information on volunteer opportunities, please review our Volunteer Membership Program.
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NEW! Adopt a Garden
The Noyes Museum of Art of Stockton College is seeking interested gardeners and landscapers to join our Adopt a Garden program. Located in the Forsythe National Wildlife refuge, the Noyes recognizes its unique opportunity to foster and preserve the distinct, regional scenery of its surroundings. Various projects are available — providing opportunities for interested volunteers of all ages and skill levels.
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College & Graduate Internships
Acquire first-hand, practical experience in the museum field at The Noyes Museum of Art. Interns work closely with our professional staff to gain knowledge about various aspects of museum work such as: administration, development, education, public relations, curatorial and planning, special events and community programs.
Unpaid undergraduate and graduate internships are available year-round and may be arranged for credit or non-credit status.
To learn more about Noyes internships, call the Director of Education, Saskia Schmidt, or email email@example.com
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High School Internship Program
TThe Noyes Museum of Art offers an internship program that allows high school seniors and juniors with an interest and/or background in art and art history to participate in projects and programs designed to broaden an understanding of the Museum and deepen knowledge of art, meet members of the Museum staff, and work behind the scenes.