Chorus Administrator

The Georgia Children's Chorus, a highly-skilled 100+ voice children's chorus in residence at the University of Georgia, Hugh Hodgson School of Music, seeks a Chorus Administrator. The Chorus Administrator assists the Artistic Director, in the development, maintenance and day-to-day administrative operations of the chorus. In addition to regular office hours (M,W,Th & F from 8:30am to 5:30pm), the Chorus Administrator will prepare for and attend the once weekly evening chorus rehearsal (Tuesdays hours are noon to 9pm), all performances (two major concert each year and special events), occasional special rehearsals, and all fundraising events. GCC is a qualified 501(c)(3), non-profit organization.
The ideal candidate will have the following Qualifications:
? 3+ years office administration experience required
? Passion for children and music
? College degree preferred
Skills Required:
? Excellent organizational skills
? Ability to handle multiple tasks
? Excellent technology skills - Word, Excel, Quickbooks, database management software (preferably Filemaker), social media (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram), etc.
? Financial and/or bookkeeping experience
? Ability to work independently, self-starter
? Excellent communication skills, both written and oral
? Excellent Interpersonal skills - professional, articulate
Value-added Skills/
? Grant writing
? Fundraising
? Non-profit
This is a unique opportunity to work in support of an outstanding group of talented young people in an established NE Georgia choir by using your administrative and financial skills to streamline and enhance the growth of this organization. Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter, with salary requirements immediately!

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