SCAC posts position with ‘Art of Community: Rural SC’ program
Apply now for the SCAC’s new position
Application deadline: Wednesday, Jan. 1, 2020, 11:59 p.m. ET
The South Carolina Arts Commission (SCAC) is seeking an initiative assistant to execute programs and services related to The Art of Community: Rural SC initiative by coordinating related events and activities, communications, media management, constituent services, and by performing a variety of administrative tasks.
- performing clerical services that include but are not limited to: managing priority list of actions; typing, scanning, copying, and assembling documents; answering and directing calls; processing mail; arranging for supplies; preparing documents for meetings; taking meeting minutes; organizing data and files; managing media files; creating reports; maintaining and scheduling meeting rooms; setting-up and breaking-down for meetings; providing assistance at events and receptions; and handling logistics arrangements for travel;
- attending all-staff meetings and/or weekly initiative meetings, as needed;
- assisting with follow-up and post-project activities such as evaluations, assessments, acknowledgements, travel and expense reports;
- communicating with Art of Community: Rural SC initiative constituents;
- and more.
This position is classified as temporary/part-time, with up to 25 hours of work in a week. Pay is hourly. There is possibility of renewal dependent upon job performance and funding.
Preferred qualifications include a bachelor’s degree* in arts, business, or public administration and experience in community development and/or project management (but are not required).
Minimum qualifications and additional requirements include:
- an associate’s degree and two (2) years of experience in office administration or administrative support;
- punctuality, regular attendance, and adherence to daily work schedule are essential. Overnight travel, evening, and weekend work is sometimes required, as well as light lifting and long periods of sitting;
- the employee may be required to operate a state vehicle; must possess and maintain a valid S.C. driver’s license;.
- employment is contingent upon the results of a favorable reference check and a criminal background check, which includes information from the S.C. Law Enforcement Department (SLED).
*Degree must be from an institution of higher learning recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation.
Pay rate and other details may be found by visiting the link below. Punctuality, regular attendance, and adherence to daily work schedule are essential. Overnight travel, evening, and weekend work is sometimes required, as well as light lifting and long periods of sitting. The South Carolina Arts Commission is an Equal Opportunity Employer actively committed to ensuring diversity.
Please note application deadline of Wednesday, Jan. 1, 2020 at 11:59 p.m. ET.