ExxonMobil Community Summer Jobs Program – Paid summer internship opportunity at FACP

2015 ExxonMobil Community Summer Jobs Program

Internship Opportunity

Assistant Festival Director, Basically Beethoven Festival

 

 

Position Responsibilities:

Graphic Design

Produce concert playbills

Design flyers for public

Update website

 

Marketing

Assist with arranging and recording radio spots

Assist with production of TV ads

Distribute Press Releases

Assist with program notes

Oversee social media (Facebook, Twitter)

Create and tabulate audience surveys

 

Fundraising

Arrange festival raffle

Prepare and send contribution acknowledgements

 

Administration/Volunteer Management

Respond to patron, vendor and volunteer requests

Oversee volunteer base during festival

Answer phone and email inquiries

Aid with general filing and office duties

 

Position Description

Fine Arts Chamber Players (FACP) seeks an intern to work during the summer of 2015 as the Assistant Festival Director for the 35th annual Basically Beethoven Festival in Dallas.

 

Dates: June 8—July 31, 2015

 

Hours: 35 hours/week

June: 10am—5pm, M-F

July: 10am—5pm, M-Th

11am—6pm, Sunday

 

Salary: $2,750 paid in bi-weekly installments over 8 weeks

 

Qualifications

Must be currently enrolled as an undergraduate student and returning as sophomore, junior or senior student in the fall. Experience in a music or arts administration discipline preferred.

 

How to Apply

Send resume and cover letter by March 16, 2015 to rachel@fineartschamberplayers.org.

Phone interview to follow.

 

CIty Performance Hall SMLThe Basically Beethoven Festival concerts began in 1981 and have served over 75,000 with free music in the last 35 years. This popular free concert series features professional classical musicians from the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, The Dallas Opera Orchestra, the Fort Worth Symphony, and area university faculties performing inspiring chamber music in the stunningly   designed City Performance Hall, located downtown in the Dallas Arts District. These concerts reinforce FACP’s focus of bringing professional classical music to those who would not traditionally be able to attain access to such music, particularly senior citizens and families with children. FACP’s chamber music concert series have a tradition of attracting standing-room-only audiences.