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Careers / Internships

Join our vibrant, talented, and hardworking team for a meaningful career in the arts. We are a rapidly growing nonprofit organization with a passion for Irish art and culture, and are always looking for others who share that same passion. Work with us and enjoy perks like access to all of IAC’s dynamic programming, fun employee events, and working in the lively neighborhood of Hell’s Kitchen. Irish Arts Center is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer committed to a diverse and inclusive work environment.

Irish Arts Center (IAC) offers unpaid internships in programming/production, development, and marketing. The scope and schedule for internships is determined by the individual department. Internships usually coincide with the school season (fall, spring and summer) and typically last 4-5 months but an internship can extend up to a year. We usually ask for a time commitment of 1-2 days per week during regular business hours of 10am to 6pm.

IAC is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment or internships without unlawful discrimination based on race, creed (religion), color, sex (including gender expression), national origin, sexual orientation, military status, age, disability, predisposing genetic characteristic, marital status or domestic violence victim status or any other characteristic protected by law.

Audience Services Manager

Irish Arts Center seeks a highly organized and motivated Audience Services Manager as we prepare to open a landmark new facility on Manhattan’s West Side toward the end of 2021, housing an ambitious and eclectic multidisciplinary program, including theatrical performance, dance, music, interdisciplinary work, visual arts, film, literature, and humanities.

The Audience Services Manager will oversee the smooth and welcoming operation of all front-of-house services for Irish Arts Center, ensuring a safe, efficient, satisfying, and memorable experience for audiences as well as the range of people who comprise the Irish Arts Center community.  

The Audience Services Manager will help to recruit, hire, and train the inaugural front of house and box office team in the New Irish Arts Center, and will play a vital role in ensuring the audience experience at Irish Arts Center is consistent with our standards and excellence and hospitality.  

The position reports to the Director of Marketing and Audience Development, and will work closely with colleagues across the organization including executive leadership, general management, marketing, programming, development, operations, and others, as we seek to build a coherent and consistent audience experience. A familiarity with customer relationship management systems, including some experience with Tessitura, is important.

Founded in 1972, Irish Arts Center (IAC) is a national and international home for the presentation, development and support of work from artists and cultural practitioners, established and emerging, who work in Irish, Irish-American and other contexts, in traditional, contemporary, and modern disciplines. We seek to broaden the lens of Irish culture to include artistic work that might not traditionally be seen as “Irish,” but engages the relationship between Irish culture and other cultures represented in New York City.

We seek to preserve and engage the evolving history and traditions of Ireland and Irish America, while actively embracing the modernity, dynamism, and diversity of the global Irish diaspora, and Ireland’s identity as a modern European country, placing Irishness in dialogue with the broader cultural ecology of New York City and beyond, as we seek to inspire, innovate, and entertain.

As we have throughout our history, the Center also provides community education programs in Irish arts and culture, and seeks to increase access to the arts for adults and children of all ages and ethnic, racial, and socioeconomic backgrounds. 

We are seeking to build a diverse team and create an inclusive environment in the pursuit of these cultural goals. 

The Audience Services Manager joins at an exciting time in the life of the organization, as we prepare to open our landmark new facility building housing a flexible theatre, studio and library classrooms, and café. 

The ideal candidate is hard-working, flexible, supportive and creative, and passionate about learning new things.  The position will start November 1.  Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, with a closing date of September 20.

RESPONSIBILITIES
• Manage hiring, training and supervision of audience services staff including house management and box office management.
• Create schedules for front of house, box office staff, and volunteer ushers 
• Set goals and strategy for audience services staff to further ticket sales, solicit donations, renew or purchase memberships 
• Create a friendly environment which invites people to return
• Manage ticket purchases, refunds, exchanges, and cancellations from patrons
• Manage staff conducting daily cash balancing, report cleanup, and other administrative projects 
• Ensure accurate and timely reporting on box office and other related activity via performance reports
• Address escalated customer service concerns 
• Work with development, marketing, and programming to ensure that IAC stakeholders are seated appropriately and make any changes to pricing or seat holds
• Work with marketing to manage and execute in-person audience-loyalty campaigns 
• Update CRM with changes to patron records, events, and ticketing setup
• Interact with Food and Beverage vendor
• Work with Facilities to successfully facilitate and execute IAC’s accessibility initiatives
• Coordinate and communicate with Facilities for smooth pre- and post-show transitions
• Will be required to work non-traditional hours including nights and weekends Depending on schedule, hours may cover daytime operating hours into event hours

REQUIREMENTS
• 3+ years in the arts or hospitality service sector
• Experience with audience services
• Ability to obtain all fire safety certifications per FDNY/DOB codes necessary to the operation of the theatre
• Experience hiring, training, and managing
• Experience with a CRM, especially Tessitura, is necessary
• A friendly, customer service focused outlook

SALARY AND BENEFITS
Salary $65,000 - $70,000, commensurate with experience.  

Benefits include: employer-provided medical/dental/vision insurance, 403(b) retirement plan, paid holidays, paid vacation, and pre-tax savings on transit/parking.

BACKGROUND
Irish Arts Center (IAC) is a national and international home for artists and audiences of all backgrounds. Based in Hell’s Kitchen, New York City, Irish Arts Center presents, develops, supports, and promotes work from established and emerging artists, providing cultural experiences that are innovative, collaborative, diverse, authentic, and emotionally and intellectually transporting, meet the highest standards of excellence, and celebrate our common humanity in an environment of Irish hospitality. Founded in 1972, throughout our history the Center has also provided community education programs and access to the arts for adults and children of all ages and ethnic, racial, and socioeconomic backgrounds.

Irish Arts Center has recently completed construction of a $60 million landmark new permanent home, including a state of the art flexible performance and arts space for the presentation and development of work across a range of disciplines, including music, dance, theatre, film, visual arts, literature and the humanities; classrooms and studio spaces for education programs, development, and collaboration; technology to stream and distribute content on the digital platform; and an avenue-facing lobby café that will be a hub for hospitality and interaction between artists and audiences. As part of a second phase, IAC will renovate its adjacent existing 51st Street building to provide a second, intimate performance space—the historic Irish Arts Center theatre—optimized for the most intimate live music and conversation, recordings, podcasts, master classes and special events, and a beautiful new courtyard entrance on 51st Street where the historic Irish Arts Center and the new building will meet.  Thanks to the fortitude, discipline, creativity, and generosity of our people, Irish Arts Center has maintained stability throughout COVID-19, despite the interruption of construction and the suspension of in-person programming and is ready to provide a beacon of hope for artists and audiences as part of New York’s cultural restoration.

HOW TO APPLY
Please send a cover letter and resume in a single PDF file to christine@irishartscenter.org with your last name and “Audience Services Manager IAC” in the subject line (e.g., “Doe Audience Services Manager IAC”). No calls, please.

As IAC is committed to representing diverse identities in our artistic programming, so too are we committed to diverse representations in our administrative team. We are proud to be an equal employment opportunity employer, and will consider all applicants for employment without unlawful discrimination based on race, creed (religion), color, sex (including gender expression), national origin, sexual orientation, military status, age, disability, predisposing genetic characteristic, marital status or domestic violence victim status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

Associate Production Manager

Irish Arts Center seeks a highly organized and motivated Associate Production Manager to work closely with the Production Manager to ensure artistic and technical excellence and smooth and efficient production operations across an ambitious and eclectic multidisciplinary program, including theatrical performance, dance, music, interdisciplinary work, visual arts, film, literature and humanities, as we prepare to open a landmark new facility on Manhattan’s West Side toward the end of 2021. 

Founded in 1972, Irish Arts Center (IAC) is a national and international home for the presentation, development and support of work from artists and cultural practitioners, established and emerging, who work in Irish, Irish-American and other contexts, in traditional, contemporary, and modern disciplines. We seek to broaden the lens of Irish culture to include artistic work that might not traditionally be seen as “Irish,” but engages the relationship between Irish culture and other cultures represented in New York City. 

We aim to provide cultural experiences for artists and audiences that are innovative, dynamic, meet the highest standards of excellence, and celebrate our common humanity, in an environment of warm and welcoming Irish hospitality. 

We seek to preserve and engage the evolving history and traditions of Ireland and Irish America, while actively embracing the modernity, dynamism, and diversity of the global Irish diaspora, and Ireland’s identity as a modern European country, placing Irishness in dialogue with the broader cultural ecology of New York City and beyond, as we seek to inspire, innovate, and entertain. 

As we have throughout our history, the Center also provides community education programs in Irish arts and culture, and seeks to increase access to the arts for adults and children of all ages and ethnic, racial, and socioeconomic backgrounds. 

We are seeking to build a diverse team and create an inclusive environment in the pursuit of these cultural goals. 

The Associate Production Manager joins at an exciting time in the life of the organization, as we prepare open our landmark new facility building housing a flexible theatre, studio and library classrooms, and café. 

The ideal candidate is hard-working, flexible, supportive and creative, and passionate about learning new things. Starts October 1. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, with a closing date of August 31. 

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
• Work closely with the Production Manager to help artistic leadership, staff, and production designers and collaborators accomplish project goals.
• Communicate with and assist Production Manager to facilitate advance technical coordination for all IAC produced programming, including assisting in the creation of schedules, equipment purchases and rentals, contracts, and production related hires; on certain projects assume responsibilities for leading crews through load in and tech.
• Serve as lead production manager for discreet projects as determined with Production Manager.
• Lighting and/or sound operation to support IAC produced programming on evenings and weekends, as part of a schedule of management coverage developed and shared with the Production Manager.
• Develop and implement maintenance routines and protocols for all theatrical systems with supervision from the Production Manager.
• Work with director of facilities to have a basic understanding of all building systems, to be able to provide triage support if needed.
• Manage rentals of catering equipment; tables, chairs, etc.
• Track budgets and expense reports as directed by the Production Manager.
• Help to develop and maintain relationships with crew.
• Help develop meaningful internship opportunities that will benefit both IAC and the wider industry.
• Attend meetings with IAC staff, company staff, directors, and stage management as necessary.
• Develop relationships with designers, directors, and artists to help them accomplish their artistic goals, balancing their needs with those of the company.
• Responsibilities to be added or adjusted as we work through opening season, with discussion. 

QUALIFICATIONS
• 3-5 years of combined live theater, concert production, video, audio, and production management experience.
• Administrative and leadership experience that demonstrates excellent judgment, the ability to listen well, manage and prioritize multiple tasks while paying attention to detail, and the ability to work independently as part of a coordinated team.
• Scheduling flexibility to work nights, weekends, and holidays determined by the production and performance schedule.
• Excitement to open a new theatre, and flexibility required to thrive in a brand new environment full of learning opportunities.
• Excellent written and oral communication skills.
• The ability to work within a tight time frame and budget when necessary, and to pitch in to get the job done. Tech periods require late night and weekend work hours. 
• Functional competencies in technical theater, basic stage carpentry, props, basic theatrical rigging, sound reinforcement, production lighting, and audio & video production.
• Highly organized, self-motivated, flexible, and interest in promoting a team/collaborative work environment.
• BA, BFA, or equivalent professional work experience in production.
• Ability to lift 50 pounds and climb stairs and ladders.
• Computer literate and functional competencies with Mac OS, MS Windows, MS Office, Vectorworks and/or AutoCAD, Lightwright, Qlab, ETC Eos. 

This job description is a summary of the primary responsibilities and qualifications of the position. It is not intended as an all-inclusive list of all duties an individual in this position might be asked to perform or of all qualifications that may be required either now or in the future. This job description is a summary of the primary responsibilities and qualifications of the position. It is not intended as an all-inclusive list of all duties an individual in this position might be asked to perform or of all qualifications that may be required either now or in the future. 

SALARY AND BENEFITS
Salary range $65k–$70k. Benefits include employer-provided medical/dental/vision insurance, 403(b) retirement plan, paid holidays, paid vacation, and pre-tax savings on transit/parking. 

BACKGROUND
Irish Arts Center (IAC) is a national and international home for artists and audiences of all backgrounds. Based in Hell’s Kitchen, New York City, Irish Arts Center presents, develops, supports, and promotes work from established and emerging artists, providing cultural experiences that are innovative, collaborative, diverse, authentic, and emotionally and intellectually transporting, meet the highest standards of excellence, and celebrate our common humanity in an environment of Irish hospitality. Founded in 1972, throughout our history the Center has also provided community education programs and access to the arts for adults and children of all ages and ethnic, racial and socioeconomic backgrounds. 

Irish Arts Center has recently completed construction of a $60 million landmark new permanent home, including a state of the art flexible performance and arts space for the presentation and development of work across a range of disciplines, including music, dance, theatre, film, visual arts, literature and the humanities; classrooms and studio spaces for education programs, development, and collaboration; technology to stream and distribute content on the digital platform; and an avenue-facing lobby café that will be a hub for hospitality and interaction between artists and audiences. As part of a second phase, IAC will renovate its adjacent existing 51st Street building to provide a second, intimate performance space—the historic Irish Arts Center theatre—optimized for the most intimate live music and conversation, recordings, podcasts, master classes and special events, and a beautiful new courtyard entrance on 51st Street where the historic Irish Arts Center and the new building will meet. 

Thanks to the fortitude, discipline, creativity, and generosity of our people, Irish Arts Center has maintained stability throughout COVID-19, despite the interruption of construction and the suspension of in-person programming and is ready to provide a beacon of hope for artists and audiences as part of New York’s cultural restoration. 

As IAC is committed to representing diverse identities in our artistic programming, so too are we committed to diverse representations in our administrative team. We are proud to be an equal employment opportunity employer, and will consider all applicants for employment without unlawful discrimination based on race, creed (religion), color, sex (including gender expression), national origin, sexual orientation, military status, age, disability, predisposing genetic characteristic, marital status or domestic violence victim status, or any other characteristic protected by law. 

HOW TO APPLY
Please send a cover letter and resume in a single PDF file to jobs@irishartscenter.org with your last name and “APM IAC” in the subject line (e.g., “Doe APM IAC”). Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. No calls, please.

Director of Marketing and Audience Development

BACKGROUND
Irish Arts Center (IAC) is a national and international home for artists and audiences of all backgrounds. Based in Hell’s Kitchen, New York City, Irish Arts Center presents, develops, supports, and promotes work from established and emerging artists, providing cultural experiences that are innovative, collaborative, diverse, authentic, and emotionally and intellectually transporting, meet the highest standards of excellence, and celebrate our common humanity in an environment of Irish hospitality. Founded in 1972, throughout our history the Center has also provided community education programs and access to the arts for adults and children of all ages and ethnic, racial and socioeconomic backgrounds. 

Irish Arts Center has recently completed construction of a $60 million landmark new permanent home, including a state of the art flexible performance and arts space for the presentation and development of work across a range of disciplines, including music, dance, theatre, film, visual arts, literature and the humanities; classrooms and studio spaces for education programs, development, and collaboration; technology to stream and distribute content on the digital platform; and an avenue-facing lobby café that will be a hub for hospitality and interaction between artists and audiences. As part of a second phase, IAC will renovate its adjacent existing 51st Street building to provide a second, intimate performance space—the historic Irish Arts Center theatre—optimized for the most intimate live music and conversation, recordings, podcasts, master classes and special events, and a beautiful new courtyard entrance on 51st Street where the historic Irish Arts Center and the new building will meet. 

Thanks to the fortitude, discipline, creativity, and generosity of our people, Irish Arts Center has maintained stability throughout COVID-19, despite the interruption of construction and the suspension of in-person programming, and is ready to provide a beacon of hope for artists and audiences as part of New York’s cultural restoration. 

POSITION
We are seeking a dynamic, talented Director of Marketing and Audience Development to join our team at this exciting time in our history. 

The Director of Marketing and Audience Development will have a clear, exciting, and creative vision for leveraging the new Irish Arts Center opening season programming to meet ambitious sales goals, engage new audiences and increase loyalty in existing audiences. 

The ideal candidate will have a passion for meeting and exceeding sales targets and for creating dynamic multi-channel strategies aimed at audience growth, especially in building audiences for multidisciplinary programming that sits solidly in a contemporary New York arts context, and the ability and drive to integrate grassroots, relational, and data-driven marketing approaches to meet these goals. Irish Arts Center utilizes Tessitura as its CRM and the ideal candidate will have some experience with this tool. 

The Director of Marketing and Audience Development is a critical hub for the audience experience at Irish Arts Center, and will oversee the audience services function. 

The Director of Marketing and Audience Development will lead a team that includes the Director of Branding and Content, the Marketing and Audience Development Manager, a Marketing and Programming Associate, and the Audience Services Manager. (The Audience Services Manager will manage the front of house team). 

The Director of Marketing and Audience Development will report to the Director of Programming and General Manager, and serve on the senior management and strategic communications teams led by the Executive Director. 

RESPONSIBILITIES
• Devise, manage and implement comprehensive, multi-channel marketing campaigns to reach ticket sales and audience development goals
• Develop and execute innovative, data-driven audience development strategies that focus on increasing patron loyalty, reaching new audiences, and increasing audience diversity:
- Emphasis on building the Irish Arts Center position in the off-Broadway, contemporary dance, and live music cultural markets
- Emphasis on cultivating and nurturing relationships within the New York contemporary and traditional arts communities from diverse backgrounds
- Targeted grassroots and community outreach initiatives, including engagement with local Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood o engagement with an Irish/Irish American heritage-interested community, in particular those not already within IAC’s network
- Create and generate partnerships and cross-promotional opportunities 
• Work with Director of Branding and Content on collateral and content creation in support of arts programming and education marketing campaigns
• Utilize reporting analytics (such as Wordfly, Tessitura, Survey Monkey, and Google Analytics) to generate key sales, analyze sales data, report trends, and make recommendations to increase ROI
• Collaborate with relevant colleagues on the management, development and evolution of our CRM database solution (Tessitura)
• Supervise and collaborate with Audience Services Manager to leverage the front of house and box office experience to maximize audience engagement, loyalty, and ticket sales
• Lead strategy and execution of dynamic pricing initiatives and inventory management
• Plan and manage marketing budget including tracking ROI
• Develop and execute activities to support audience development, group sales, and audience loyalty
• Collaborate with press agent on marketing specific press objectives
• Collaborate with relevant colleagues on strategic and institutional marketing efforts 

REQUIREMENTS
• Bachelor’s degree in a related field or equivalent work experience necessary
• Minimum of six years of marketing, arts management or audience development in the arts and culture space
• Passion and interest in the contemporary cultural and creative world, with emphasis on the performing arts
• Focus and goal-orientation, with ability to operate at multiple management altitudes (both strategy and execution); enjoys managing a team
• Proficiency with Tessitura preferred (or a similar customer database software)
• Understanding of marketing reports/procedures and industry best practices; comfortable working with data
• Patron-centric and customer-service focus; thrives from person-to-person engagement both large and small-scale 
• Responds well to a deadline-driven, multi-task environment
• Self-directed with strong ability to plan ahead, work independently, and set and adhere to deadlines
• Strong oral and written communication skills
• Strong attention to detail; able to handle several tasks simultaneously
• Willingness to work evenings and weekends when required 

SALARY AND BENEFITS
Salary $75,000-$85,000, commensurate with experience. Benefits include: employer-provided medical/dental/vision insurance, 403(b) retirement plan, paid holidays, paid vacation, and pre-tax savings on transit/parking.

HOW TO APPLY
Please send a cover letter and resume to christine@irishartscenter.org with your last name and “IAC DMAD” in the subject line. No calls. 

Irish Arts Center is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without unlawful discrimination based on race, creed (religion), color, sex (including gender expression), national origin, sexual orientation, military status, age, disability, predisposing genetic characteristic, marital status or domestic violence victim status or any other characteristic protected by law.

Development Intern

Accepting applications



About Irish Arts Center

Founded in 1972, Irish Arts Center is a New York-based arts and cultural center dedicated to projecting a dynamic image of Ireland and Irish America for the 21st century, building community with artists and audiences of all backgrounds, forging and strengthening cross-cultural partnerships, and preserving the evolving stories and traditions of Irish culture for generations to come.
In October of 2020, the New Irish Arts Center will open its doors to begin the next chapter in our history. This new facility will contain a state-of-the-art flexible performance space, library, studio classroom, and a generous lobby café. 

About the Position
Strategic development and fundraising is a crucial component to the health and sustainability of any cultural organization. This is an excellent opportunity to gain hands-on experience in fundraising, in a fun and friendly environment. The Development Intern will support a range of development activities, including special events, grant writing and institutional giving, individual giving, and development operations. This is an opportunity to gain exposure to every area of fundraising. The ideal candidate is flexible, professional, and excited about working in a fast-paced organization experiencing significant growth, with a “roll up your sleeves” mentality and keen interest in contemporary Irish/Irish American arts and culture.

We are open to customizing the experience to meet the needs and interests of the individual. Here are some typical responsibilities involved with this role: 

Development Operations
• Weekly donor acknowledgement letters
• Membership renewal communications and solicitations 
• Categorizing, cleaning, reconciling, and entering data into our database Tessitura
• Gift reconciliation 
• Manage outgoing mail and external communications with foundations and high profile donors

Special Projects & Major Individual Gifts
• Individual prospect research, wealth screening, and cheat sheet drafting
• Database entry for existing prospect pipeline 
• Artistic planning support including itinerary-planning 
• Administrative support related to strategic communications for donors and prospects
• Administrative support on other special projects related to revenue development and artistic planning

Grant Writing and Institutional Giving
• Prospect research (create donor profiles for senior leadership)
• Proofread and edit materials / grant applications / solicitations / communications
• Institutional stewardship

Special Events
• Supporting event planning, relevant logistics, and special events fundraising efforts (including our annual gala)
• Day/night-of event assistance with guest check in, auction setup and distribution, and general logistics
• Assist with fundraising and event communications including email blasts, RSVP tracking, and list management
• Organizing, prepping, and ordering supplies in relation to special events

Perks
• Free entry to any regularly ticketed IAC event for the duration of the internship
• Free access to one IAC hosted class within a 1 year of completion of the internship
• Assistance in receiving course credit, where available
• Identify and cultivate interests within a non-profit development department
• Gain valuable experience with industry standard database and ticketing software Tessitura
• Be a part of the most exciting time in this organization’s history – the opening of the New Irish Arts Center on 11th Avenue
• Career support
• Pizza Fridays!

Qualifications 
• Bachelor’s Degree or currently enrolled in an accredited university/college 
• Strong command of Microsoft Office Suite and a willingness to learn database software Tessitura
• A strong interest in the arts/culture, and non-profit field 
• Detail oriented
• Superior writing, editing, and research skills
• Positive attitude, common sense, self-motivated, enthusiastic
• Strong ability to work well under pressure and maintain a high level of confidentiality
• Self-directed with a strong ability to prioritize, plan ahead, work independently when needed, and set/adhere to deadlines

We expect each intern to commit to a minimum of 2 days per week during regular business hours of 10am to 6pm. Some evening and weekend hours may be required. 

How to Apply
Qualified individuals, please submit your resume and a short cover letter by 3/15, to brian@irishartscenter.org, with subject line “Development Internship – [Your Name].”

Irish Arts Center is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without unlawful discrimination based on race, creed (religion), color, sex (including gender expression), national origin, sexual orientation, military status, age, disability, predisposing genetic characteristic, marital status or domestic violence victim status or any other characteristic protected by law.

Program and Production Intern

Accepting applications for 2021.


IAC seeks an intern to assist with all aspects of its cultural programming. In this position the intern will develop the practical skills required to work in a nonprofit performing arts organization, and will have a chance to explore and work on all aspects of event curation, production and execution. Interns gain experience in production management, technical theater operations, artist management and hospitality, cross cultural organization partnerships, local government partnerships, arts in education, submission processing, and more. The intern will be actively engaged in the planning and implementation of performances and events in each of the disciplines encompassed in IAC's activities (theatre, music, visual arts, dance, film, literature, comedy). This is a valuable opportunity for someone interested in working in the arts.

IAC works with interns to tailor their experience, providing projects and tasks that speak directly to the intern’s interest, while also working to support the general mission of IAC.

Tasks will be assigned in the following areas:

Performances & Exhibitions
• provide logistical and hands on support to Program team in execution of all multi-discipline events, at IAC’s home on 51st Street, and offsite at partner organizations
• organize, read and discuss incoming submissions
• conduct preliminary artist research (contact info, CVs, basic background)
• assist in installation/deinstallation of exhibitions
• provide tours of gallery
• assist with merchandise organization & sales
• provide general office and administrative support, including answering phones and data entry

Qualifications
• Candidates should have an interest in New York City's cultural community and the not-for-profit field.
• Intern must be motivated to work quickly and independently.
• Demonstrated research and organizational skills.
• Ability to work independently or take direction from several members of a team, as needed.
• Familiarity with a range of computer programs, including the Microsoft Office suite.
• Experience or interest in learning how a theater/performance venue operates.

We expect each intern to commit to a minimum of 1-2 days per week during regular business hours of 10am to 6pm. Some evening and weekend hours may be required. The time commitment and hours are somewhat flexible, depending upon the individual candidate. Internships generally coincide with school semesters: Fall, Winter/Spring, and Summer.

IAC will assist interns in receiving course credit, where available. IAC interns gain free entry to any regularly ticketed IAC event for the duration of the internship, and free access to one course within a year of completion of the internship.

IAC is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for internships without unlawful discrimination based on race, creed (religion), color, sex (including gender expression), national origin, sexual orientation, military status, age, disability, predisposing genetic characteristic, marital status or domestic violence victim status or any other characteristic protected by law.

HOW TO APPLY
Please send a cover letter and resume to kestrel@irishartscenter.org with subject "Idealist Program and Production Intern"


BENEFITS
IAC will assist interns in receiving course credit, where available. IAC interns gain free entry to any regularly ticketed IAC event for the duration of the internship, and free access to one course within a year of completion of the internship.

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