Company: STREB, Inc.
Location: Brooklyn, NY
Development and Executive Assistant
STREB, Inc. is comprised of the STREB Lab for Action Mechanics: a public space that acts as a rehearsal studio, classroom, and performance venue; and STREB Extreme Action: a company of dancers and acrobats who perform internationally.
Reporting to both the Director of Administrative Relations and the Co-Executive Directors, the Development and Executive Assistant plays a vital role in the organization’s fundraising and acts as personal assistant to the Artistic Director, Elizabeth Streb. Duties include:
– Manage the organization’s donor database, Little Green Light
– Enter new constituents, donations, and important information
– Create and pull reports
– Process and distribute acknowledgment letters
– Process credit card payments in MindBody
– Assist with special events including the Action Maverick Award Benefit, the Kid Benefit, and other events throughout the year
– Communicate with Board members on a regular basis
– Prepare materials for Board meetings
– Play a role in developing materials for fundraising, including the End of Year campaign and the annual benefit.
– Manage the organization’s mailing lists
– Act as liaison between staff and Artistic Director
– Oversee the Artistic Director’s email correspondence
– Prepare emails and letters on behalf of the Artistic Director
– Manage the Artistic Director’s schedule and calendar, including appearances and appointments
– Plan travel including airfare, hotels, car service, etc. for work-related trips
– Answer phone and email inquiries about SLAM in regards to the company, kid classes, summer camp, adult classes, rentals, birthday parties, etc.
– Check clients into class using MindBody
– Greet visitors and students
– Help maintain a clean and functional rehearsal/class/work space
– Assist with registration and other day-to-day tasks as able and needed
– Impeccable organizational and communication skills
– Knowledge of and passion for the performing arts and non-profit sector
– Ability to receive and process large amounts of information in a short period of time
– Strong multi-tasking and time management skills
– Calm demeanor and can-do attitude
– Knowledge of Excel, Word, and Google applications (Gmail, Calendar, Docs, etc)
– Knowledge of Little Green Light, MindBody, and Keynote are a plus but not required
– Bachelor’s degree in arts administration or the performing arts preferred
– 1-2 years’ experience in arts administration, personal assistance, and/or development
This position is part-time with the expectation of 3 days/week (approximately 25 hours/week). Schedule can be somewhat flexible.
Please send your cover letter and resume to Megan Callaghan at firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications received before Friday, April 14 will receive priority, but submissions will be accepted until the position is filled.
51 North 1st Street
Brooklyn, Brooklyn, 11249