The new programs coordinator would be in charge of putting together various art center programs such as exhibitions, the gift shop, and Summerfest.
The coordinator would have to oversee all aspects of the programs, from making sure all the materials arrive to writing press releases, advertisements and any other handout materials involved with the program.
"It's an opportunity to work in the arts and interact with artists, and encompasses creative work as well as being organized," said Dugal. "It requires a well-rounded person, but it's a lot of fun. I enjoyed it for nine years."
The job would entail 30 hour work weeks, with the possibility of some evenings and Saturdays. Starting salary would be $9 an hour, and candidates must have good computer skills and be experienced in graphic design applications.
Specific computer programs of interest are Photoshop, Access, Excel, Word and layout and design software. A bachelor's degree in the arts and/or two years work with a non-profit arts organization is preferred.
Those interested should send a resume, letter of interest and two letters of recommendation to BDAC or e-mail it to email@example.com. Please call 292-0367 for more information.
Since the position has been empty since Dugal left it, BDAC is hoping to find a replacement as soon as possible.