Position Title: Office Manager
Facility: Old Jail Art Center
Supervisor: Executive Director
Hours: Part-Time / 15-22.5 hours per week / Flexible Salary: Commensurate with experience

Minimum Job Requirements: Some college preferred. Professional appearance and behavior in person and on the phone are essential. Excellent verbal and written communication skills are expected. An interest in art and/or regional history preferred. Computer software skills using PC or Mac operating systems essential. Working knowledge of online purchasing, payment, and banking platforms.
Must be able to lift heavy objects at times. Willing to work some evenings and weekends during special events.

Overall Objective: To assist staff and board in keeping the museum’s office related operations in order. Responsible for processing accounts payable, processing gift shop and e-commerce sales and services, managing contracts & vendors, and other general clerical duties.

Duties and Responsibilities:

1. Office Management

  • Handles cash/credit transactions, completes daily balance sheet, inputs financial information

    into spreadsheet

  • Prepares periodic deposits and statements

  • Maintains inventory of general office supplies and orders for staff needs

  • Maintains contracts and payments to phone, utilities, insurance, credit cards, etc.

  • Codes, records, and files account receipts/transactions for reference and staff retrieval

  • Assists staff and accounting firm in budgets and grants preparation

  • Works closely with accounting firm to prepare and file financial reports

    2. Requirements

  • Able to work in a museum environment with challenging and changing exhibitions

  • Respect for visual arts, history, and associated education is critical

  • Ability to prioritize and stay organized in a fast paced work environment

  • Willingness and ability to lift at least 50lbs

  • Able to work evening or weekend events if requested

  • Demonstrate a commitment to growing and sustaining the OJACs financial health

3. Additional Duties as Needed

  • Stays informed of current exhibits – both permanent and temporary

  • Available to assist at reception desk when requested

  • Helps with light cleaning in building when required

  • Other duties as assigned by Executive Director and assisting other staff

    4. Technology

  • Command of QuickBooks or Microsoft Excel, and Microsoft Word

  • Willingness to learn new forms of technology / platforms currently utilized and as required

     

How to Apply:
Email brief cover letter and resumé by December 4 to: pkelly@theojac.org with OFFICE MANAGER as subject.

 

The Old Jail Art Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer and seeks diversity in its workforce.