19 Clarendon Street
Boston, MA 02116
Date Posted: July 02, 2019
Region: Eastern Massachusetts
Part-Time Studio Administrator is an integral part of the Boston Ballet School (BBS)
administration team and provides support on BBS customer service and day-to-day
operational needs. He/she will primarily work in our Boston, Newton, or North
Shore locations, but the ideal candidate will be willing to work in multiple
studio locations. He/she will act as
the main point of contact for faculty, staff, and customers on nights and
weekends during Boston Ballet School classes.
He/she will maintain a positive, comfortable environment in the studio
and communicate regularly to the studio managers and other school full time
staff and faculty regarding all operations.
He/she will develop and maintain positive relations with parents and
students and assist the BBS team in enrolling and retaining prospective and existing
customers. Nights and weekends required.
Act as first point of contact to all constituents
entering Boston Ballet buildings. Maintaining
a friendly, welcoming environment.
Maintaining positive relations and open
communication with parents and students and all Boston Ballet School staff.
Answering phone calls and assisting with all
school related questions.
Preparing, scheduling, and following-up on all
Maintaining student attendance records, including
recording absences, scheduling make-up classes, and submitting monthly
Assisting administrative staff in registration
Returning phone calls as requested.
Maintaining all correspondence as requested by
the Studio Manager and Principal.
Collecting and recording Boston Ballet School
tuition for all student and adult programs.
Administering nightly adult classes and
processing related money.
Maintaining bulletin boards.
Monitoring lost and found items and discarding on
a monthly basis.
Assisting in all Boston Ballet School related
performances and auditions.
Assisting at Boston Ballet School dormitories for
Pre-Professional and Summer Dance Programs as needed.
Covering other co-workers’ schedules when
Other job-related assignments as required.
Reporting maintenance and facilities updates to
Monitoring custodial needs.
Opening and closing facility (as needed).
Flexibility, positive attitude, and good work
Excellent attention to detail and organizational
Excellent computer skills (Proficient in Microsoft
Office, experience with Tessitura a plus).
Basic accounting skills.
Strong written and verbal (phone and in person)
Comfortable interacting with customers through
Ability to work independently and as part of a
Thrives in fast paced environment and excels with
Enthusiastic about working with students of all
ages and passionate about art education.
Some background and/or interest in
dance/performing arts a plus.
Ability to travel to all three school locations
Bilingual candidates are strongly encouraged to
Boston Ballet is an equal employment opportunity employer
To apply for this position, please send a resume
and cover letter firstname.lastname@example.org. IMPORTANT – PLEASE INCLUDE THE NAME OF THE
POSITION FOR WHICH YOU ARE APPLYING AND STUDIO LOCATION PREFERENCE IN THE
SUBJECT LINE OF YOUR E-MAIL. No phone
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