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Artist Hiring – Pinot’s Palette

Pinot’s Palette, a leader in the Paint-and-Sip industry with over 100 open locations in the United States and Canada, is excited to need some fun charismatic art instructors as we continue to grow! Customers witt fottow your instruction white they paint on their own stretched canvas with acrytic paint. The ideal person for this job witt have an outgoing personality, strong work ethic, eagerness to learn, positive attitude and the abitity to work quickty and energeticatty with our team of artists.

Responsibilities include:

o Creating and devetoping paintings to be taught in ctasses and used for promotional items

o Devetoping and executing detaited teaching methods

o lnstructing customers during ctass in an energetic, ctear and wett-paced manner white encouraging creativity and creating a retaxed, fun atmosphere o Assisting customers and staff member(s) to ensure smooth ctass ftow and promote customer painting success through teamwork and positive attitude

Required Skills/Abilities:

o Abitity to design and execute quatity, acrytic paintings in various painting stytes

o Basic computer skitts and internet knowtedge o Pubtic speaking or performance skitts (comfortabte speaking on a microphone)

o Time management and communication skills

o Must have a reliable means of transportation

Preferred Education/Experience:

o College Degree in Art or Design related field o Some experience leading a group of people (classroom or otherwise)

o Some experience in customer service

To apply, please respond to [email protected] with:

o Your resume

o 3 images of your original paintings
Please visit to find out more about us.

Location: Fishkill
Compensation: Starting at 515/hour with bonuses, rewards, and room for advancement


Bilingual Media Fellow – La Voz

The Bilingual Media Fellow will help build capacity and support organizational sustainability by enhancing marketing, social media, and the quality of writing. The first La Voz Bilingual (Spanish/English) media fellow will be a highly motivated, enthusiastic recent college graduate, with a talent and passion for superior reporting and writing, and a dedicated focus on Latino and immigrant issues in our region.

Must be fluent in reading, writing and speaking Spanish and English
Must be a recent college graduate (no more than three years out of college) with a Bachelor’s degree and major or minor in any of the following: Human Rights, Political Science, Latin American Studies, Spanish language, Media, Journalism, Written Arts, Marketing, or Communications.
Must be proficient in MS Work, Excel and social media
Must have strong communication, listening and interpersonal skills
Excellent organizational and time-management skills
Must be self-motivated, able to work with minimal supervision, and detail oriented
Talent and passion for superior reporting and writing, and a dedicated focus on Latino and immigrant issues in our region.
Valid driver’s license and clean driving record
Please submit your cover letter in Spanish, explaining why you are the ideal candidate, resume (in English) and three contact references through here. Applicant reviews will begin immediately.

Specific questions regarding the position can be directed to Mariel Fiori at: [email protected] No phone calls please.

Facilities Maintenance Manager - Maverick Concerts

Facilities Maintenance Manager
(Part-Time Employee)
Maverick Concerts seeks a highly motivated self-starter with good organizational and follow-through abilities to implement and oversee all maintenance programs and procedures to support our facilities standards of clean, safe, and in aesthetically “show ready” condition.

Maverick Concerts is an experience of a lifetime. That’s the promise we have delivered to the nearly 6,000 annual patrons who now visit our award-winning 100-year-old “music chapel”. The Facilities Maintenance Manager plays an integral role in ensuring the pristine condition of our historic concert hall, facilities and grounds during the summer months as we present the most renowned performers from all over the world on our concert stage. Off-season, the manager keeps watch of the facilities and grounds to ensure all is well via by-weekly site checks. This is a great opportunity with primarily flexible hours. For more information about the history of Maverick Concerts and the full 104th Festival schedule.visit

Minimum Job Requirements:
2 years of experience in facilities maintenance.
Six months of supervisory or commensurate leadership experience.
Requirements to be performed:
Standing, walking, lifting, climbing ladders, and bending on a frequent basis.
Ability to lift up to 50 pounds and carry it up to 90 feet.

Experience with facilities and grounds maintenance with strong leadership abilities
Submit a complete application with references
Participation in an orientation with the Executive Director which will cover procedures, logistics, and emergency management.
Due to the sensitive nature of this position, as the primary hands-on caregiver of this National Historic Treasure, excellent communication skills, especially with regard to documentation, email messaging, text messaging, as well as the ability to carry out duties independently with precision are all requirements for this position.
Must maintain a professional demeanor and image to Board Members, the Music Director, performers, and patrons, as well as in coordination and cooperation with partners, vendors, workers, volunteers.
Must be able to be diplomatic and take into consideration diverse populations who visit the Maverick Concerts hall as well as possible limitations of those who volunteer or work for Maverick Concerts.
Work well with supervisors, peers, subordinates, guests, vendors.
Strong communication skills including the ability to provide clear and concise details regarding building issues.
Ability to lead teams and achieve results through resources.

Preferred Qualifications
Demonstrated mechanical and carpentry aptitude preferred
Pest control experience a plus.

Essential Functions
Perform regularly scheduled building and grounds inspections with high attention to detail to identify necessary repairs.
Oversee vendor activities that include repair and maintenance needs as required; closely monitor progress to ensure quality of work.
Prepare the hall and grounds for the opening of the festival (duty list provided), maintain prime condition of the site and grounds on a weekly basis during the festival, and shut down the hall and grounds upon close of the festival.
Assist with setting up and shutting down for special events.
Pickup and delivery of Maverick related publications
Supervise and schedule Facilities Assistants
Other duties as assigned or as the need arises

Year-Round with the bulk of duties to be carried out from May-October.

Off season duties can be provided at your own time as long as all required tasks are completed by deadlines as provided. In-Season: must ensure the hall and grounds are “show ready” with everything in working order by Friday evenings. Will be required to work some non-traditional hours in- season including some Saturday mornings/evenings or some Sunday mornings/afternoons which will be scheduled well in advance.

Position Reports to – Executive Director

Compensation: Pay scale varies by task at hourly and/or flat rates.
Plus complimentary admission to select performances for you and 1 guest

Submit the Employment Online Application


Teaching Artists – Center 4 Creative Education

CCE needs some new teaching artists in dance and drumming for both our Kingston and Beacon sites. Ideally, experienced teaching artists but CCE does its own training as well.  Very part-time at this point but lots of potential. Hip hop and modern dance and hand drumming of various styles. Call the office: 845.338.7664  – or email: [email protected]