EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

ELIZABETH MURRAY ARTIST RESIDENCY
BY COLLAR WORKS

Granville, New York

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SUMMER RESIDENCY PROGRAM COORDINATOR

5 weeks: June 30 – August 3
Temporary, Full Time


Collar Works is looking to hire an energetic, motivated, creative individual to serve as our onsite Residency Program Coordinator. For five weeks, the Coordinator will live/work at the Elizabeth Murray Artist Residency, a bucolic 77-acre farm in Washington County, serve as a host, oversee daily activities, property (house + studio) maintenance, and act as an artist liaison to Collar Works, while having the time and space to create their own work.

This position is temporary, full-time. Qualified candidates must be available for the entire duration of the 5-week residency. Job responsibilities include daily administrative duties, oversight of program activities and artist schedules, acting as a liaison between resident artists and Collar Works. The Residency Program Coordinator will be provided accommodations (room + board), a semi-private studio space, and a weekly stipend based on experience. Qualified candidates must have 2+ years-experience working in an academic, arts and/or community setting. Hospitality, artist residency and/or arts nonprofit experience is a plus. Collar Works is seeking a hard working individual who is passionate about the arts, has an understanding of property + studio management, works well with both adults and children, has strong organization, communication + problem solving skills. Candidates must be available all 5 weeks of the residency program, and have a valid driver’s license with a vehicle onsite.

Interested candidates, please submit a cover letter and resume to Collar Works' Executive Director, Elizabeth Dubben at edubben@collarworks.org



Summer Residency Chef + Kitchen Manager

5 weeks: June 30 – August 3
Temporary, Full Time


Collar Works is looking to hire a motivated, creative individual to serve as our Residency Chef. For five weeks, the chef/ kitchen manager will work at the Elizabeth Murray Artist Residency, a bucolic 77-acre farm in Washington County, serve as a kitchen manager and chef. Qualified candidates must have 2+ years experience in the food + hospitality industry.

Collar Works is seeking a hard working individual who is passionate about culinary arts, has an interest in sustainable, farm to table food practices, works well with both adults and children, has strong organization, communication + problem solving skills. This position will be responsible for the communal ‘home kitchen’ operations, cleanliness + tidiness, and supply of kitchen staples and provisions for meals, the development of dinner menus, and the preparation/serving of daily dinners. Daily dinners will be served to artists in residence at 6pm. Artists will be responsible for preparing their own breakfasts and lunches from provisions provided. Candidates must be available all 5 weeks of the residency program, and have a valid driver’s license and transportation.

Interested candidates, please submit a cover letter and resume to Collar Works' Executive Director, Elizabeth Dubben at edubben@collarworks.org