Part-time, 20 hours per week
Beginning May 1
Supports implementation of marketing communications strategy, including social media and website, advertising, communications for programs, events, and fundraising, invitations, online and print announcements.
Marketing and Communications
Supports listing of events and programming on various media and partner sites.
Manages distribution of print collaterals to regional information booths / partners
Manages digital marketing efforts
Supports content collection for bimonthly newsletter.
Support production of Annual Report, information gathering
Supports regular listing of events, and posting goings-on and relevant information on Facebook Instagram and other social media outlets
Manages Constant Contact distribution lists and mailings
Manages online invitations, RSVPs and ticketing as necessary.
Website Management and Oversight
Supports updates to website content as necessary.
Manages digital marketing (lobby screen etc)
Helps maintain an image bank for marketing and public relations needs
Manages online press release updates/ availability
Supports Executive Director and Director of Communications with administrative tasks as necessary.
Supports Events communication and detail organization as needed.
Helps as point person for CT Art Trail, CT Explored, and other peer organizations as needed
Helps with photographing program and events not covered by professional photographer
As needed, provides assistance to other staff to create clearer and more compelling communications and educational materials
Requires a bachelor’s degree and 2-3 years of experience in the field or in a related area. Familiar with a variety of integrated marketing and communications and/or public relations concepts, and Social media savvy. A wide degree of creativity and latitude is expected.
Strong writing / communication skills and ability to synthesize information
Ability to make decisions, stay focused and work under pressure
Ability to plan, schedule, gather information, organize, write and edit communications and meet deadlines in a timely manner
Familiarity with social media trends as they apply to the audience. General working knowledge of Facebook, Instagram, and Emailing systems.
Facility with Website management and tools
Experience with research process and analysis a plus
Special events experience a plus
Compensation: $20 per hour
Start Date: June 2020
Email cover letter, resume and three reference contacts to email@example.com with “Communications Associatet Search” in the subject line. No phone calls please.
Part-time, 7.5 hours per week
June 2020 to August 2020
The Greenwich Historical Society is a short walk from the Cos Cob Metro North train station.
- The Processing Archivist processes and catalogs archival and manuscript material, rehousing material as necessary in appropriate archival enclosures and creates finding aids in format consistent with other local collections. Creates resource records and enters finding aids in ArchivesSpace.
- Works with Curator of Library and Archives to identify materials in collections requiring conservation treatment.
- Determines supplies needed to rehouse collections and prepares order lists.
Required Education and Experience
- Master’s degree from an ALA-accredited library school or equivalent accredited degree, with specialization in archival theory and practice
- Experience arranging and describing archival and manuscript material.
- Excellent communication skills (verbal and written).
- Experience using ArchivesSpace and demonstrated proficiency using Microsoft Word and Excel.
- Ability to lift boxes weighing up to 40 pounds and climb ladder to remove and replace items on archival shelving units.
- Recent library school graduates welcome to apply.
Compensation: $25 per hour
Start Date: June 2020
Email cover letter, resume and three reference contacts to firstname.lastname@example.org with “Processing Archivist Search” in the subject line. No phone calls please.
Current Volunteer Openings
Is Gardening Your Game?—Join the Green Team!
We are seeking volunteers to join the Green Team, a group that assists with the planting and maintenance of the Bush-Holley Historic Site’s flower and vegetable gardens. The heirloom vegetable garden is planted each year based on journals kept by artist Elmer MacRae in the early 1900s when the house was his home and the center of the Cos Cob art colony. MacRae’s notes have left us a perfect source for interpretation of our beautiful historic landscape.
The Green Team provides a wonderful opportunity for beginners, master gardeners, scout troops and garden club members who seek a meaningful, hands-on opportunity. Perks include sharing in the garden’s bounty, recognition in our annual report and at our annual volunteer reception, and an invitation to the annual Green Team dinner held each autumn to celebrate the harvest season.
For more information, please contact Michele Couture, Director of Operations and Visitor Services, or call 203-615-8904.