DEPT. ARTS AND CULTURE, CITY OF IRVING, TEXAS Duties include greeting and assisting Arts Center patrons; providing set-up assistance to renters and caterers; enforcing safety regulations and arts center use policies; executing emergency evacuation procedures when necessary; assisting teachers and students during children’s arts and crafts classes; managing databases; assisting in website maintenance; and preparing and updating various reports. Duties also include serving as ticket taker, usher or box office worker and may include light housekeeping duties.
Jobs close at 5:00 p.m. on the closing date posted on the City website. All applicants must apply through http://www.cityofirving.org
No experience is necessary, but good communication and customer service skills are essential. Applicants must submit hours of availability with application. There are no regularly scheduled hours; will work on an as-needed basis, including day, evening and weekend hours.
About Irving Arts Center
Irving Arts Center, an affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution, is a part of the City of Irving’s Department of Arts and Culture. Irving Arts Center hosts approximately 1,400 events annually and welcomes more than 100,000 visitors. Each year, more than 200 performances take place in the facility’s two theaters, and approximately 25 exhibitions rotate through Irving Arts Center’s four permanent gallery spaces. To learn more visit IrvingArtsCenter.com.
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