Feb 1, 2010

P.S. ARTS- P/T Temporary Program Assistant

Position: Program Assistant- Temporary/Part-Time
Reports to: Director of Programming
Location: P.S. ARTS Offices, Los Angeles, Mar Vista area
Hours: 20 hours a week, some flexibility in scheduling

POSITION SUMMARY: Under direct supervision by the Director of Programming, the Program Assistant provides administrative and logistical support for the Program department’s activities.


Provide administrative support for P.S. ARTS’ Program Team
Coordinate and maintain logistics including school schedules, inventories and databases
Coordinate all program department meetings
Track expenditures to submit to Finance department
Order supplies for Program department and Teaching Artists
Coordinate logistics for professional development residencies
Maintain Program department calendar
Archiving images of student work, grant documentation, surveys and program video
Shooting, archiving, editing footage of programs
Process check requests
Other related projects as they arise.

Experience working in an arts education setting a plus
Strong editing skills
Ability to create arts education curricula a plus
An eye for filmmaking and video editing skills a plus
Strong communication skills
Ability to work cooperatively
Professional and courteous phone manner
Meticulous attention to detail
Proficient on Office suite software
Comfortable with Apple operating systems
Interest in arts education
Creative problem solver
Strong editing skills helpful
BA or BS degree

Salary: $16/per hour, 20 hours per week

To apply: Email resume and cover letter attached as one document labeled “Last Name, First Name, Program Assistant” to elda.pineda@psarts.org. Subject heading should read “Program Assistant”. Word documents or PDF only.
No phone calls please.

About P.S. ARTS
P.S. ARTS’ mission is to improve the lives of children by bringing arts education to underserved public schools and their communities. Currently we reach 12,000 students. For more information, please visit our website, www.psarts.org

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