EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:
High school diploma or equivalent experience, though a BA, BFA and/or MFA is preferred
3+ years of relevant experience as a manager or assistant.
CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:
The Studio Manager at times may be working with equipment, chemicals, and processes that may be potential health and safety hazards, thus, wearing protective equipment is mandatory. Respirators, masks, face shields, goggles, ear muffs / plugs, gloves, bodysuits and aprons are provided. Duties take place mostly in studio.
This is a full time position, which will lead toward permanent status following the successful completion of a probationary period (1-2 months). Full time* status will be put into effect in August 2019. *The Artist is willing to consider part-time applicants, provided that she/he can commit to a minimum of 21-28 hours per week.
Studio hours are 10am-6pm, Monday through Friday. Work shifts consist of 8 hours, with two 15 minute breaks and an hour-long, non-paid lunch. Due to the undulating nature of work for shows and fairs, the Artist allows employers to take longer breaks after commitments are met, freeing up employees to focus on their own practice or travel. After one year of working, the artist gives a week of paid vacation, after two years the employee receives two weeks, and it remains as such for the duration of the time working for the artist. The employee must sign a non-disclosure agreement in order to take part in any work related activities.