GoggleWorks Center for the Arts seeks a Gallery Manager who is responsible for facilitating a range of gallery functions: handling artworks, hanging works, planning and coordination with exhibitions committee, communicating and coordinating with artists, and other activities as assigned. Under the direction of the Artistic Director, the Gallery Manager manages the day-to-day operations of GoggleWorks’ galleries while continuously analyzing for improvement.
GoggleWorks Center for the Arts seeks a friendly and enthusiastic person for the position of Community Ambassador, who will be responsible for providing outstanding guest experiences and internal support to all of the GoggleWorks community that frequent our spaces. Their driving purpose will be to deliver memorable interactions with each of our guests, leaving a positive, lasting impression of GoggleWorks which embodies our mission. This position is multi-faceted with a strong emphasis on the new retail space and meaningful relationship building.
The City Canvasser will be responsible for carrying out the surveying of residents in a radius around GoggleWorks Center for the Arts, located at 201 Washington Street, Reading, PA. The canvasser will interview community residents to better inform GoggleWorks staff of thoughts and feelings of the immediate community as it relates to future GoggleWorks campus development. Canvassers will use prepared interview questions. Canvassing experience is not required, but candidates must have a strong desire to directly engage with members of the community.
The Custodian will maintain the GoggleWorks facilities in good physical condition with a clean and neat appearance.
Seeking Artist Instructors
Here at GoggleWorks, we are always looking to expand our educational offerings and introduce new ideas and techniques to our students and community. Our educational offerings are only as good as the artist instructors that teach here. To that end, we invite qualified artist instructors to propose classes and/or workshops in each of our seven teaching studios, including: ceramics, hot glass, warm glass, metalsmithing, photography, printmaking, and woodworking. For instructors who teach outside of these mediums, special topic classes and workshops enable us to move beyond the traditional. We are always looking to expose our student body to new mediums, methods, and materials; nothing is off limits.
GoggleWorks Center for the Arts is an equal opportunity employer regardless of race, color, religion, creed, sex, marital status, national origin, disability, age, veteran status, sexual orientation, political affiliation, or belief. Employment decisions are made without consideration of these or any other factors that are prohibited by law.