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Beck Center for the Arts is an equal opportunity employer.

Accounting Assistant – Part time, 10 hrs/week
The Accounting Assistant is responsible for the financials of the Capital Campaign and reports to the Director of Accounting. This position will handle various general ledger reconciliations, uploading of payroll reports, bank reconciliations and maintaining of the accounts payables and accounts receivables campaign files. They will also work on joint assignments with the other Accounting Assistant.

We seek an individual with either an AAS degree in Accounting or least three years of directly relevant experience, and experience with Accounting software, preferably SAGE MAS90.  Must have great communication skills, be detail-oriented and able to adapt to frequent changes, delays or unexpected events.

We offer a fun and flexible working environment with a unique arts and education mission. Flexible weekday hours. Application deadline Nov. 30, 2017.

To apply in confidence, please send your resume, along with your current or desired salary range, to rjohnson@beckcenter.org.

Violin & Viola Instructor *immediate hire* - Part-time, hourly, non-exempt

Beck Center’s Music Education program seeks a dynamic teaching artist to instruct students ages 5 and up in violin studies. This position will lead an existing studio of up to 15 violin students with the expectation for continued growth. The ideal candidate will be an experienced performer and educator with a proven ability to work with children as well as adults of varying abilities.

This position is responsible for instructing students in weekly private violin lessons during the Fall semester (through 1/20), Winter/Spring semester (1/29 - 6/4), and an optional Summer semester (6/11 - 8/17). This includes providing a high standard of music instruction that meets the needs of each individual student, tracking their short-term and long-term goals toward sustained growth. The candidate should be able to effectively communicate with students, parents, and staff to facilitate lessons and foster student retention. They must track attendance and enrollment accurately promptly in the faculty roll book. They will also be responsible for preparing students for Student Showcase recitals and should participate in faculty recitals.

We seek an individual with a BA or MA in music performance and/or education with experience teaching privately and/or in a classroom setting, as well as experience performing violin in a professional setting. Suzuki Training through Book 4 is preferred, but not required. Must be an articulate customer service oriented individual who communicates well and has excellent organizational skills with ability to lead educational, developmentally age-appropriate weekly lessons. Hiring is contingent upon passing a background check.

The position requires ability to work a minimum of 2 weekday evenings and Saturday (hours flexible to candidate availability). A competitive hourly rate will be discussed with each potential candidate.
Beck Center offers a fun and flexible working environment with a unique arts and education mission.

To apply in confidence, submit resume via e-mail to jfiring@beckcenter.org. No phone calls please.


Internships are posted as they become available. There are no internship opportunities at this time.

Beck Center for the Arts is more than a non-profit organization that combines professional theater with arts education. We create art experiences. We are committed to creating an arts experience that is as individual as the people we serve with eclectic performances to suit many tastes, education opportunities for all ages and abilities, community outreach, and free exhibitions.