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PT Studio Manager

The Clay Studio of Missoula (CSoM) seeks a part time Studio Manager to provide technical and studio support and building maintenance as needed. The Studio Manager establishes and maintains effective relationships with students, residents, and studio artists and gains their respect and trust. Communicates with studio users to ensure an excellent educational experience and positive perception of CSoM. Maintains smooth running operations. Maintains a safe environment by using the technical skills and knowledge of operating and repairing equipment. Uses education of firings and materials to process student work and to educate others. Provides assistance and information to all within the CSoM community, having patience and a great attitude while remaining productive at work.

The Studio Manager will work approximately 20 hours per week, with potential growth of the position in the future. For the complete job listing, visit

Anticipated start date: August 24, 2016
To Apply: E-mail cover letter, resume, and the names and contact information for 3 references  to with Studio Manager Search in the subject heading.
Application Deadline: August 1, 2016 by 5pm

Ceramics Studio Manager
Application closing date: July 15th, 2016

Provides general management of the pottery studio and support for the full integration and inclusion of individuals with developmental disabilities at The Canvas. Areas of management include, but are not limited to, inventory and organization of supplies, cleanliness and safety of studio, and orienting and supervising members and volunteers. Areas of client support include, but are not limited to, daily living skills, communication, socialization, and community integration activities. Manager is also responsible for planning and teaching classes for all ages and abilities.  For complete posting or to apply, follow the link:

Position starting date: August 15th, 2016

Studio Coordinator of Ceramics

Reports to:  Artistic Director of Ceramics
Updated: May 2016

The Studio Coordinator supports the Artistic Directors in the vision, operation, maintenance and technical aspects of the program, studio, facilities and equipment. The Studio Coordinator is responsible for overseeing and performing the day-to-day operations of the studio programs: maintaining supplies, general upkeep and maintenance of their specific studio facilities, including technical and educational assistance to residents, visiting artists, summer faculty and students. In addition, the Studio Coordinator supports the Artistic Directors with administrative duties in all programs for which the Artistic Director is responsible. All Studio Coordinators are expected to collaborate and work together as a team with all ranch staff. Studio Coordinator positions are year-round, full-time positions, usually 40 hours per week from October through mid-May and 60-plus hours per week from mid May through September.

Application Deadline: July 1, 2016
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Position starts: September 5, 2016