Noah's ark educators in gallery

Thank you for your interest in employment at the Skirball. See below for a list of current job opportunities.

Overview

Since opening in 1996, the Skirball Cultural Center has been a place of meeting guided by the Jewish tradition of welcoming the stranger and inspired by the American democratic ideals of freedom and equality. The Skirball has defined itself by a deep commitment to pluralism, inclusivity, and cross-cultural exchange. We welcome the public to participate in cultural experiences that celebrate discovery and hope, foster human connections across generations and communities, and build a more just society.

The Skirball has experienced significant growth and transformation during the last two decades, including multiple expansions of its campus and programs, broadening its impact and establishing itself as the largest Jewish cultural institution in the nation with more than 600,000 visitors annually, 400 employees, and a $22 million operating budget. This is a pivotal moment for the Skirball, which has new leaders who are charting a path for the future of the organization.

Culture and Compensation

The Skirball is an incredible place to work with a dedicated and diverse team. Skirball employees have an average tenure of more than seven years at the Skirball. We are committed to a work environment that is rooted in our mission and our core values. If you would like to join a group where all people are valued, this is the place.

The Skirball Cultural Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE) dedicated to diversity, inclusion, accessibility, and equity. Qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, sex, gender identity and/or expression, sexual orientation, status as a protected veteran, status as an individual with a disability, criminal history in accordance with the law, or any other legally protected characteristics. Everyone is encouraged to apply for available employment to ensure our staff reflects the diversity of our visitors and surrounding community. We strongly encourage candidates from traditionally underrepresented communities and historically oppressed groups to apply.

A competitive compensation package, including a comprehensive benefits package, will be offered, commensurate with experience. The Skirball Cultural Center is committed to the safety of its employees, visitors, and vendors. All employees are required to be fully vaccinated or submit to weekly testing as part of an approved accommodation exemption.


Administrative Assistant, Education

The Skirball Cultural Center seeks a dynamic, self-motivated, detail-oriented, flexible team player for the position of Administrative Assistant in the Education department. This position reports to the Director of Education and is responsible for providing administrative, clerical, and financial management support to a collaborative team of managers, educators, and coordinators. This is a year-round, full-time, non-exempt position with pay of $19 per hour. The schedule is Monday–Friday with flexibility to work weekend days and occasional evenings. 

Responsibilities

  • Support the Education team, which develops participatory programs for youth, families, and teachers, by successfully performing the day-to-day operations of the department and working closely with other departments at the Skirball
  • Handle a wide range of clerical and administrative duties including:
    • Managing general office operations
    • Preparing correspondence
    • Generating, editing, and reformatting documents
    • Maintaining digital and physical department files and records as needed
    • Scheduling meetings
    • Responding to inquiries and problems
  • Maintain the department budget, tracking and reconciling expenses and income, and creating reports as needed
  • Facilitate, schedule, and arrange employee travel and professional development; track and maintain both individual and department memberships for professional associations
  • Serve as the central contact for the Education department, working closely with team members to share department information and coordinate a full range of meetings and events
  • Act as the department’s main administrative point-of-contact with other departments, including Operations, Communications and Marketing, and the Museum
  • Support morning school tour arrivals in the main lobby, as needed
  • Assist team members with contract management, supply orders, and other duties as assigned 
  • Occasionally work with visitors in the exhibition Noah’s Ark at the Skirball and in various participatory cultural offerings for families, including campus-wide festivals and other drop-in family programs
  • Act as the department receptionist by greeting and escorting visitors, responding to telephone calls and emails, and assisting visitors as able
  • Meet deadlines and accomplish priorities drawing on your own initiative, judgment, and business knowledge

Qualifications, Experience, and Attributes

  • Two or more years of experience in a clerical/administrative support role within a corporate or nonprofit/cultural environment 
  • Computer skills in Microsoft Office products (including Word, Excel, Outlook, Teams, and OneDrive) and Zoom 
  • Experience with database software, Financial Edge, Altru, and Filemaker Pro preferred
  • Extremely strong attention to detail
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills 
  • Exceptional interpersonal skills—exercises patience, diplomacy, and the ability to work well with people of different ages and backgrounds
  • Proven ability to meet deadlines and exercise follow-through
  • Proven ability to organize tasks and resolve problems, exercise good judgment, take initiative, multitask, and manage a changing and varied workload
  • Must be actively committed to diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice principles
  • Must be willing to assist where needed, accept and support change, and adapt to different work styles when interacting with team members and visitors
  • Have an active interest in and understanding of the Skirball Cultural Center’s mission
  • Proficient in spoken and written Spanish preferred but not required

Please send resume and cover letter, preferably by email, to:  

Human Resources 
Re: Administrative Assistant, Education
Skirball Cultural Center
2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90049
hr@skirball.org


Administrative Assistant, Hospitality and Private Events

The Hospitality and Private Events department of the Skirball Cultural Center seeks a conscientious Administrative Assistant. Reporting to the Vice President of Hospitality and Private Events, the Administrative Assistant will be responsible for in-house meetings, non-profit events, and small events. The position provides administrative coordination for department event booking.

Responsibilities

General Office Administration

  • Provides basic administrative support to the organization and functioning of the department; serves as administrative assistant to the Vice President of Hospitality and Private Events.
  • Prepares a wide variety of routine correspondence, forms, reports, mailings, and other lists using word processing, database, spreadsheet, or other software applications.
  • Sets up, maintains, and updates department files under general supervision.
  • Gathers and organizes data and prepares documents and reports for review as directed.
  • Assists in monitoring expenses to department budget; processes invoices and check requests; maintains petty cash; orders and stores office supplies.
  • Acts as department receptionist; meets, greets, and escorts visitors.
  • Coordinates maintenance, repair, or replacement of office equipment, including computers, telephone systems, copiers, fax machines, media equipment, and other types of office equipment; ensures printers, copiers and fax machines are supplied with paper and toner.
  • Develops and maintains administrative and clerical skills through seminars, workshops, or other forms of education.

Event Coordination and Administrative Support

  • Gathers and organizes information and materials for presentation to clients; responds to client emails and phone inquiries.
  • Assists with coordinating internal meetings and training sessions; coordinates rooms and refreshments; secures necessary media equipment.
  • Maintains calendar bookings; schedules program/department and supervisor appointments as directed; updates calendar and ensures appropriate parties are informed through creation of event order confirmation.
  • Performs all duties in accordance with the Skirball’s mission and vision.

Qualifications

  • Two or more years of clerical/administrative experience.
  • Previous experience within social, corporate, or nonprofit events.
  • Thorough knowledge of business English, spelling, punctuation, and general office practices and procedures.
  • Basic math skills sufficient to monitor routine budgets and calculate/balance invoices.
  • Proficient computer skills to include Word, Excel, Outlook, Financial Edge event planning software; previous experience with Ungerboeck preferred.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • Must be able to work independently, as a team player, and cross-functionally with all other Skirball departments.
  • Must be able to work flexible hours, which will include evenings and weekends.

Please send resume and cover letter, preferably by email, to:

Human Resources
Re: Administrative Assistant, Hospitality and Private Events
Skirball Cultural Center
2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90049
hr@skirball.org


Associate Educators, School and Teacher Programs

The Skirball Cultural Center seeks two motivated and creative team players to serve as the Associate Educators in the School and Teacher programs division of the Education Department. The Associate Educator for Pre-K through Grade 3 is responsible for developing, facilitating, and evaluating programs related to Noah’s Ark at the Skirball, including the Build a Better World initiative and the Art of Imagination online curriculum. The Associate Educator for Grades 4 through 12 is responsible for developing, facilitating, and evaluating programs related to the Visions and Values Curriculum, Skirball’s archaeology collection, and changing exhibitions.

The Associate Educators are members of the Education Department and report to the Head of School and Teacher Programs. These are year-round, full-time positions with a pay of $22.00 per hour; the schedule is Monday–Friday with availability needed on select Saturdays and occasional evenings.

Responsibilities

Program Development and Evaluation

  • Work collaboratively on content development to ensure accessibility and mission alignment for a wide school and teacher audience
  • Develop, implement, and evaluate school programs for assigned grade levels, including creating and/or revising online and in-person curricula
  • Implement and evaluate the residency program, which includes communicating with teaching artists and/or community partners, developing curricula with teaching artists and classroom teachers, and co-facilitating the program
  • Support teacher training programs and work closely with the Skirball Teacher Advisory Council
  • Collaborate with other members of the Education department on programming, training, and other projects as assigned

Program Facilitation and Educator Training

  • Co-facilitate experiential, mission-aligned school programs, online and/or in-person, several mornings per week using participatory movement, storytelling, and art making
  • Coach, evaluate, and co-develop trainings for paid and volunteer educators who facilitate Skirball programs for students
  • Facilitate programs for teachers as part of the Skirball’s teacher and educator training program
  • Help maintain a friendly, clean, and safe learning environment by proactively addressing student, teacher, and operational needs

Administrative Tasks

  • Track and manage expenses to ensure compliance with the approved budget
  • Collect and analyze program evaluation data, create reports, and communicate outcomes
  • Research and source program supplies; track and fill supply needs accordingly

Qualifications, Experience, and Attributes

  • Background and proven experience in arts education, curriculum development, or related experience
  • Demonstrated ability to lead inclusive, participatory educational experiences for students and teachers
  • Excellent public speaking and interpersonal skills; warm, welcoming manner and ability to engage positively with people of different ages and abilities
  • Strong written communication skills, including lesson plan and curriculum design for museums or other nontraditional learning settings
  • Detail-oriented with a proven ability to organize tasks and resolve problems, exercise good judgment, take initiative, follow through, multitask, and manage a changing and varied workload
  • Team player with a collaborative work style and a professional, service-oriented demeanor; demonstrated success at working well with others and independently
  • Experience working with teaching artists and community groups preferred
  • An active interest in and understanding of the Skirball Cultural Center mission and essential values
  • High-level experience in Word, Excel, Outlook, and database applications; experience with Altru and FileMaker Pro a plus
  • Fluency in spoken and written Spanish preferred

Please send resume and cover letter with desired grade range, preferably by email, to:

Human Resources Department
Re: Associate Educator, School and Teacher Programs
Skirball Cultural Center
2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90049
hr@skirball.org


Busser/Server Assistant

The Skirball Cultural Center seeks a warm, friendly person with excellent communication skills for the position of Busser/Server Assistant. This person is responsible for serving food and beverages to customers in a gracious and efficient manner, ensuring a positive dining experience. They will also greet and help guests in every way possible. This is a part-time position, approximately 24 hours per week, with a pay of $19 per hour plus gratuities. This position reports to the Zeidler’s Café Manager.

Responsibilities

  • Appropriately set tables for meals, including sanitizing and setting up items such as linens, silverware, and glasses
  • Clear dishes and glasses and take them to scullery for cleaning
  • Maintain cleanliness in the front and back of the house
  • Provide courteous and friendly customer service to all guests
  • Assist serving food orders if waiters are busy during peak hours; if an order comes up and the waiter is busy at another table, pick up the order and deliver it to the appropriate table; serve beverages and bread for the table to diners
  • Set up bus station with glasses, silverware, napkins, and additional service ware; ensure glasses and silverware are spot-free (polished) before they are set on the table
  • Respond quickly to guest requests; rectify problem orders if possible or refer to the assigned waiter to address concerns promptly
  • Ensure that all surfaces are kept clean; wipe down prior to the start of shift and clear any spills during service
  • Stock service areas with supplies such as coffee, tableware, and linens
  • Fill and refill salt and pepper shakers and sugar caddies; polish the lids of the shakers and the caddies
  • Ensure the dining room is free of dust and the wood areas are cleaned on a regular basis (at least once a week)

Qualifications, Experience, and Attributes

  • Prior experience working as a busser/server assistant
  • Must be of legal age to serve alcohol in California
  • Must have a current California Food Handler’s Certificate
  • Must be able to lift 20 lbs.
  • Must be well-groomed, with hair cut or secured above the collar, clean clothes and shoes, etc.
  • Ability to provide personable and professional customer service
  • Ability to pay close attention to the needs of diners, looking for ways to be of service
  • Ability to work on a team and interact respectfully with colleagues
  • Ability to accomplish routine housekeeping, cleaning, and scullery tasks
  • Ability to speak, read, and write in English
  • Physical ability to stand/walk most of the working day
  • Physical ability to lift and carry heavy trays and other items up to 40 lbs.

Please send resume, preferably by email, to:

Human Resources
Re: Busser/Server Assistant
Skirball Cultural Center
2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90049
FAX: (310) 440-4595
hr@skirball.org


Director, Accounting

The Skirball Cultural Center seeks an experienced and inspiring Director, Accounting, to lead a small team within one of Los Angeles’s leading cultural institutions. This position is responsible for month-end close, cash management, accounts payable, general ledger, biweekly payroll, and annual audit and tax preparation activities.

Other aspects of the role include maintaining financial controls designed to mitigate risk, account reconciliations, budget vs. actuals analysis, and ensuring a reliable record-keeping system. The ideal candidate will be enthusiastic, organized, dependable, and have a passion for working in a team-oriented environment. This is a full-time, hands-on position.

Responsibilities

  • Lead/assist month-end and year-end close tasks according to established deadlines and ensure internal control processes are operating effectively
  • Ensure timely preparation of financial statements
  • Lead or delegate regular account reconciliations and reviews of cash, investment accounts, fixed assets, accruals, etc.
  • Maintain accounting policies and procedures, as well as actively review and propose updates
  • Lead and/or assist in researching and analyzing new accounting standards and ensure appropriate planning and implementation of new standards
  • Report spending across our programs, donations and grant receipts, and capital expenditures, collaborating with departments to deliver needed reporting
  • Assist actively in planning, organizing, and coordinating the year-end close process with the CFO, external auditors, and tax preparers (990, 5500, etc.), and help drive deadlines and calendar
  • Prepare schedules and reconciliations for annual financial statement audit, tax returns, and other financial reporting
  • Assist in preparation of annual operating and capital budgets
  • Facilitates improvements of accounting processes and team workflow
  • Maintain an organized archiving process for digital and physical documents/files; help ensure compliance with retention policy
  • Actively reprioritize deliverables as competing priorities evolve to ensure a balanced workload while meeting deadlines and providing CFO with timely updates to changes
  • Guide team to achieve goals through direction, training, and mentorship
  • Actively participate in the career development of the team

Qualifications, Experience, and Attributes

  • Eight or more years of experience in accounting in an operational, multi-unit organization; experience in accounting for a nonprofit organization a plus
  • Certified Public Accountant License (CPA) preferred
  • Bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance, mathematics, or economics
  • Proven experience in staff management, including demonstrated ability to form, lead, and develop team members
  • Demonstrated self-drive and agility, including ability to effectively manage multiple projects, dynamically shift prioritization, operate with both attention-to-detail and big picture focus, and work effectively against multiple/competing deadlines and priorities
  • Working knowledge and application of GAAP
  • Ability to identify, promote, and implement change and efficiencies
  • Excellent listening, problem-solving, and decision-making skills
  • Effective oral and written communications, including ability to translate financial data into meaningful information
  • Proven skills in accounting/financial systems and processes as well as strong Excel skills
  • Motivated by collaboration and providing high-quality, timely customer service to internal and external customers

Please send resume and cover letter, preferably by email, to:

Human Resources 
Re: Director, Accounting
Skirball Cultural Center 
2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd. 
Los Angeles, CA 90049 
FAX: (310) 440-4595 
hr@skirball.org


Director of Talent and Culture

The Skirball is in search of a Director of Talent and Culture to provide forward-thinking, executive-level leadership and guidance to the Skirball’s Human Resources (HR) operations. The Director is responsible for setting, enforcing, and evaluating legally compliant human resources policies, procedures, and best practices, and identifying and implementing long-range strategic talent management goals.

The Director is also responsible for helping drive, strengthen, and maintain the Skirball’s culture and ensuring that diversity, equity, accessibility, and inclusion (DEAI) is a central part of the organization’s work. The Director will need to be equally as comfortable providing departmental leadership as they are taking a hands-on approach to day-to-day departmental operations.

Responsibilities

Human Resources Management

  • Oversee the practice, development, and implementation of foundational HR goals and programs, including performance management, training and development, and retention, while being innovative and forward-thinking in people management
  • Collaborate and strategize with executive leadership to define the organization’s long-term mission and goals; identify ways to support this mission through talent management
  • Develop strategy for long-term personnel needs; develop search criteria in concert with other managers across the organization
  • Provide leadership, guidance, and support to other HR team members for both day-to-day operations and long-term professional growth
  • Review human resources policies and procedures periodically and recommend changes as needed to ensure compliance with all relevant laws and regulations and to ensure appropriateness of policies and practices across the institution
  • Assess policy implementation practices and recommend changes and improvements as needed
  • Identify key performance indicators for the organization’s human resource and talent management functions; assess the organization’s success and market competitiveness based on these metrics
  • Assist employees and supervisors with resolving day to day employee issues; counsel leadership and Human Resources team in performance management and resolving employee problems; interpret human resources policies, procedures, and related laws to managers and team members while working with Senior Vice President, General Counsel, or through outside counsel; advise Executive Vice President and other leadership on significant issues and associated risks
  • Assess and manage accommodation and workers’ compensation claims

Compensation and Benefits

  • Oversee benefits programs; recommend enhancements or changes to executive leadership to improve existing plans
  • Work in partnership with health and workers’ compensation benefits broker to analyze and evaluate services, coverage, and options available through insurance and benefit providers
  • Develop relationships with all benefits brokers and providers to ensure excellent service for Skirball employees 
  • Research, develop, and implement competitive compensation, benefits, performance appraisal, and employee incentive programs 
  • Ensure that compensation and benefits programs prioritize equity and inclusion and provide incentives that are consistent with the organization’s long-term goals

Professional Development and Leadership Training

  • Lead and develop results-driven performance management tools and processes that reinforce desired cultural behaviors and outcomes 
  • Provide authentic feedback and coaching to managers, including both constructive and appreciative feedback on behaviors, decisions, individual effectiveness, competencies, and personal development 
  • Design and implement integrated talent and performance management solutions, including executive coaching, individual development planning, talent reviews, succession planning, and leadership and professional development 

Diversity, Equity, Accessibility, and Inclusion

  • Collaborate and strategize on the development of DEAI goals across the organization; develop and implement plans to operationalize these goals; monitor progress on an ongoing basis 
  • Ensure that recruiting and retention initiatives prioritize inclusivity in outreach, assessment, and interview process 
  • Provide guidance and resolution to employee concerns and complaints pertaining to DEAI 

Workplace Culture Management and Employee Relations 

  • Develop, direct, and monitor strategies for employee communications, engagement, and relations across and inclusive of all the organization’s programs and teams; develop and disseminate organization-wide communications regarding HR issues and updates 
  • Proactively drive effective colleague communications with leadership, addressing components that obstruct organizational and individual effectiveness in a manner consistent with the Skirball’s values and cultural standards 
  • Oversee the Skirball’s team-building efforts and employee events and programs to ensure all employees are engaged and excited to be a part of the Skirball’s community

Compliance 

  • Ensure that employee records are accurate, up-to-date, and complete
  • Ensure that all personnel actions are appropriately documented; provide employee and employment data as needed by executive leadership or as required by federal, state, or local agencies 
  • Ensure compliance with all applicable federal, state, and local employment laws and maintain knowledge of these laws, regulations, and best practices in employment law, human resources, DEIA, and talent management

Other Responsibilities

  • Create, maintain, and stay within the confines of the department budget 
  • Interpret, advise, and communicate COVID-19 management policies 
  • Oversee and implement digitization of employee and HR records 
  • Perform related duties as required to meet Skirball’s mission and goals 
  • Perform other duties as assigned

Qualifications

  • Working knowledge of benefits and workers’ compensation with specific understanding of insurance coverage, retirement vehicles, and related areas
  • Knowledge of human resources policies, procedures, and generally accepted practices 
  • Knowledge of all state and federal regulations including COBRA, FMLA, CFRA, Workers’ Compensation, Americans with Disabilities Act, Wage and Hour laws, Fair Labor Standards Act, Equal Employment regulations, and OSHA 
  • General computer skills in Microsoft Office programs and experience with ADP Workforce 
  • Demonstrated skills at managing a team and developing a budget 
  • Demonstrated skills in de-escalating and resolving employee relations issues; sensitivity to the different cultures represented among team members
  • Basic accounting skills sufficient to evaluate and process various payments, develop and monitor budgets, and review bids and benefits proposals 
  • Effective oral and written communications skills, organization skills, and ability to work with minimal supervision 
  • Ability to work effectively as a team player, be flexible, and work in a changing environment 
  • Ability to establish and maintain complex and confidential files, records, and official documents, while maintaining absolute confidentiality about employee information
  • Ability and willingness to perform all duties in accordance with the Skirball’s mission and vision
  • SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP strongly preferred

Competencies

  • Mission-Driven: Demonstrated commitment to the Skirball’s mission, inspired by Jewish tradition, to welcome the stranger and help build a more just society 
  • Cultural Competency and Inclusive Leadership Skills: A track record of successfully managing diverse teams; a commitment to diversity, equity, accessibility, inclusion, and justice principles 
  • Creativity: A creative and innovative thinker; a passion for the entrepreneurial in the nonprofit arena 
  • Diplomacy and Interpersonal Skills: Able to understand and meet the needs of a variety of stakeholders while in pursuit of a vision 
  • Driving Results: Able to develop and manage toward specific, measurable goals

For additional information regarding this opportunity, please contact:

Tracy L. Lawrence
Founder and CEO, The Lawrence Advisory
tracy@thelawrenceadvisory.com

Tiffany Scott 
Manager, Client Services 
tiffany@thelawrenceadvisory.com


Line Cook, Hospitality and Private Events

The Hospitality and Private Events department of the Skirball Cultural Center seeks a capable Line Cook. Reporting to the Executive Chef, the Line Cook is responsible for performing a wide variety of moderately difficult food preparation in a high-volume institutional kitchen.

Responsibilities

  • Prepares or directs preparation of regular hot, cold, and special diet foods according to prescribed menus, plans, and recipes
  • Follows established schedule in cooking, baking, sanitation, and related activities
  • Determines proper cooking time and temperature
  • Operates broiler, ovens, grills, fryers, and a variety of other kitchen equipment
  • Cleans and sanitizes all food preparation equipment and ensures that it is kept in a safe and operable condition
  • Keeps track of invoices and gives them to supervisor 
  • Performs custodial duties such as mopping floors, washing walls, and cleaning refrigerators 
  • Understands and abides by the standard portion sizes, cooking methods, quality standards, and kitchen rules, policies, and procedures 

Qualifications

  • Working knowledge of methods, materials, and practices of volume food preparation
  • Working knowledge of sanitary methods used in food preparation and kitchen maintenance
  • Physical ability to lift and carry heavy bowls 
  • Physical ability to stand and walk most of the working day
  • Ability to read an event order and pay attention to detail 
  • Ability to interact in a friendly, professional manner with other team members

Please send resume, preferably by email, to:

Human Resources
Re: Line Cook, Hospitality and Private Events
Skirball Cultural Center
2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90049
hr@skirball.org


Los Angeles County Department of Arts and Culture Arts Internship: Events Production Intern

Through funding provided by the Los Angeles County Department of Arts and Culture Arts Internship Program, the Public Programs department of the Skirball Cultural Center offers one paid summer internship for a qualified undergraduate student. Individuals looking to gain experience in event planning, working with bands, and discovering the array of public programming opportunities that are being produced in the museum and cultural center fields should apply! We are looking for an intern who loves music, minding the details, working with the public, and is interested in gaining more experience in arts and event programming!

Through the LADAC Arts Internship program, 228 undergraduate interns will participate this year at performing, presenting, and literary nonprofit arts organizations and municipal arts agencies throughout LA County. In addition to their full-time ten-week paid internship, interns will participate in educational events as part of the program, which is funded by the Getty Foundation. The educational events are designed to provide interns with a broader perspective of the vibrant arts and cultural landscape of the County. For additional information on the Los Angeles County Arts Commission, the Arts Internship Program, and for a complete list of all the internships offered this summer, visit the LADAC website at www.lacountyarts.org.

Dates/Hours

The part-time summer internship will be an in-person position with onsite work expected at the Skirball Cultural Center for all events (an average of 20 hours per week with hours increasing based on event workload), with a stipend of $16.04/hr., for a consecutive twenty-week work period between June 1, 2022, through October 28, 2022. Some evenings will be required including six mandatory Thursdays, July 21st-August 25th, for our summer concert series.

Responsibilities

The Events Production intern will work alongside seasoned technicians in various event spaces throughout the Skirball campus, to provide audio, video, and lighting support as each unique event requires. Primary duties will be to support for our outdoor film screenings, and annual Sunset Concert series. The Events Production internship provides an outstanding opportunity to participate in the planning, and execution of live cultural, educational, and corporate events of all types. Allowing for a broad view of the live event audio-visual field, and the many elements that make up this fast-paced, and rewarding type of production. This will be a hands-on role and some medium to heavy lifting of equipment and gear will be required.

  • Working alongside the Skirball AV Manager in planning meetings with both external and internal clients.
  • Participate in supporting the technical needs of a variety of private and public events. 
  • Duties include physically setting up equipment and operating said equipment, and interacting with the end user of Skirball’s AV services to ensure that their technical needs are met.
  • Work with artists, vendors, and Skirball staff from multiple departments.
  • Work with other AV team members to refine our equipment inventory.
  • Participate in weekly department staff meetings. 
  • Provide onsite event support to a range of daytime and evening programs throughout the summer and fall.

Eligibility:

As per the eligibility criteria of the Los Angeles County Department of Arts and Culture Arts Internship program, this internship is intended for students who must:

  • Be currently enrolled as an undergraduate student in a four-year or community college.
  • Students who have graduation dates between May 1, 2022–December 1, 2022, are eligible to participate.
  • Attend a college in Los Angeles County or show proof of Los Angeles County residency if attending an out of state school.
  • Must be a first-time participant of this internship program.
  • May not hold a previous BA, BS, or higher degree.

Qualifications:

  • Candidates should be motivated, organized, and adaptable to working in a fast-paced creative environment.
  • A basic understanding, and desire to work in the world of live event production.
  • Availability for event coverage during the entire summer concert series in July and August, Thursdays, July 21–August 25. Weekday work hours will be adjusted accordingly for time spent working programs. Remote hours will be determined as according to current Skirball work-from-home policies and department need. 
  • A passion for the arts and previous event production experience is preferred but not required.

Please send a resume and cover letter by email, using the contact information below. Your cover letter should explain your interest in this internship, your academic and/or job experiences that are most relevant to this position, as well as how this internship might impact your long-range academic and career goals. Please include your school, year, major, and availability from the end of June to the end of August. Finalists will be asked to provide references.

Application Deadline: Sunday, May 15, 2022

Human Resources
Re: LADAC Event Production Intern 
Skirball Cultural Center
2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90049
hr@skirball.org


Los Angeles County Department of Arts and Culture Arts Internship: Public Programs Intern

Through funding provided by the Los Angeles County Department of Arts and Culture Arts Internship Program, the Public Programs department of the Skirball Cultural Center offers one paid summer internship for a qualified undergraduate student. Individuals looking to gain experience in event planning, working with bands, and discovering the array of public programming opportunities that are being produced in the museum and cultural center fields should apply! We are looking for an intern who loves music, minding the details, working with the public, and is interested in gaining more experience in arts and event programming! 

Through the LADAC Arts Internship program, 228 undergraduate interns will participate this year at performing, presenting, and literary nonprofit arts organizations and municipal arts agencies throughout LA County. In addition to their full-time ten-week paid internship, interns will participate in educational events as part of the program, which is funded by the Getty Foundation. The educational events are designed to provide interns with a broader perspective of the vibrant arts and cultural landscape of the County. For additional information on the Los Angeles County Arts Commission, the Arts Internship Program, and for a complete list of all the internships offered this summer, visit the LADAC website at www.lacountyarts.org

Dates/Hours:

The full-time summer internship will be held as a hybrid remote and in-person position with onsite work expected at the Skirball Cultural Center for all events (40 hours/week), with a stipend of $641.60 a week (approx. $16.04/hr.), for a consecutive ten-week work period between June 27, 2022, through September 2, 2022. Some evenings will be required including six mandatory Thursdays, July 21–August 25, for our summer concert series.

Responsibilities:

The Public Programs summer internship provides hands-on experience in live arts programming via the Skirball’s annual Sunset Concerts series and other selected events. The intern will be required to become familiar with the series as well as the greater mission of the Skirball and will allow for regular collaboration with various departments at the Skirball. 

  • Working alongside the Skirball Production Manager, the intern will assist in producing six Sunset Concerts performances.
  • Participate in and hold responsibility for various needs in all aspects of pre-production, band advancing, planning, execution, and wrap-up of each event.
  • Duties include managing guest and parking lists, greeting VIPs, assisting with merchandise sales, communicating with artists and artist management to coordinate their needs, and interacting with the public to provide a positive experience for all.
  • Work with artists, vendors, and Skirball staff from multiple departments.
  • Develop and prepare handouts, signs, and program notes.
  • Participate in weekly department staff meetings and marketing meetings as well as regular concert planning meetings. 
  • Provide onsite event support to a range of daytime and evening programs throughout the summer.

Eligibility:

As per the eligibility criteria of the Los Angeles County Department of Arts and Culture Arts Internship program, this internship is intended for students who must:

  • Be currently enrolled as an undergraduate student in a four-year or community college.
  • Students who have graduation dates between May 1, 2022–December 1, 2022, are eligible to participate.
  • Attend a college in Los Angeles County or show proof of Los Angeles County residency if attending an out of state school.
  • Must be a first-time participant of this internship program.
  • May not hold a previous BA, BS, or higher degree.

Qualifications:

  • Candidates should be motivated, organized, and adaptable to working in a fast-paced creative environment.
  • Excellent computer skills (Microsoft Word, Excel, database experience, internet research, and accurate typing) are required. 
  • Availability for event coverage during the entire summer concert series in July and August, Thursdays, July 21–August 25. Weekday work hours will be adjusted accordingly for time spent working programs. Remote hours will be determined as according to current Skirball work-from-home policies and department need. 
  • A passion for the arts and previous event production experience is preferred but not required.

Please send a resume and cover letter by email, using the contact information below. Your cover letter should explain your interest in this internship, your academic and/or job experiences that are most relevant to this position, as well as how this internship might impact your long-range academic and career goals. Please include your school, year, major, and availability from the end of June to the end of August. Finalists will be asked to provide references.

Application Deadline: Monday, May 6, 2022

Human Resources
Re: LADAC Public Programs Intern 
Skirball Cultural Center
2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90049
hr@skirball.org


Noah’s Ark and Family Programs Gallery Educator

The Skirball Cultural Center seeks an inspiring Noah’s Ark and Family Programs Gallery Educator to facilitate school and public programs within Noah’s Ark at the Skirball, the Skirball’s interactive children’s and family destination.

Noah’s Ark and Family Programs Gallery Educators are part of a collaborative team that develops and facilitates participatory programs for families of all types, especially those with young children. These include programs for the award-winning Noah’s Ark at the Skirball and adjacent outdoor amphitheater, Arroyo Garden, and Archaeology Dig. Educators facilitate online and in-person school and family learning through activities such as puppetry, movement, percussion, cooperative games, storytelling, and hands-on art-making activities. Educators also serve as hosts within the gallery, imparting key Noah’s Ark messages, and helping to maintain a safe, clean, and welcoming environment.

Noah’s Ark and Family Programs Gallery Educators are members of the Education department and report to the Assistant Director of Noah’s Ark and Family Programs. This is a year-round, full-time position with a pay of $22.00 per hour; the schedule includes weekdays, weekends, and holidays. Noah’s Ark Gallery Educators are required to work one weekend day each week and have flexibility to occasionally work the alternate weekend day as needed.

Responsibilities

  • Work collaboratively to ensure successful online and in-person gallery experiences for school groups, as well as in-person experiences for the general public, including, but not limited to performances of memorized cultural flood stories, puppetry, art-making activities, and participatory movement and music making
  • Maintain proficiency in all school tour content and facilitation strategies as assigned; collaboratively teach daily experiential, gallery-based programs with paid and volunteer educators
  • Convey key Noah’s Ark messages and content through programs and positive visitor interactions
  • Help maintain a friendly, clean, and safe environment, proactively addressing customer service and operational issues, and troubleshooting as needed
  • Integrate and apply feedback from supervisors to achieve program goals and standards
  • Reset and maintain Noah’s Ark galleries, including daily prop cleaning
  • Assist in preparing for programs, keeping inventory, and organizing materials
  • Perform related administrative work as assigned
  • Contribute to developing new gallery, amphitheater, and family festival programs, school tours, drop-in performances, and visitor interactions as assigned
  • Co-train and mentor colleagues as assigned

Qualifications, Experiences, and Attributes

  • Background and experience in arts education, early childhood education, acting, storytelling, and/or related field
  • Demonstrated ability to lead participatory educational experiences for people of all ages
  • Experience working with children and families in an informal education setting
  • Proficiency in one or more of the following specialized areas: puppetry, acting, movement, music, percussion, storytelling, improvisation, and visual arts
  • Excellent public speaking and interpersonal skills; warm, welcoming manner and ability to engage positively with people of different ages and abilities
  • Team player with a collaborative work style; ability to accept and support change, and work effectively with people of diverse backgrounds and work styles
  • Ability to work long hours that require physical agility (kneeling, crouching, lifting, sitting on floor, etc.) and sustained energy
  • Ability to multitask in a fast-paced, highly sensory environment
  • Proven ability to exercise good judgment, take initiative, and manage a changing and varied workload
  • An active interest in and understanding of the Skirball Cultural Center mission and essential values
  • Basic knowledge and understanding of Jewish cultural practices desirable
  • Fluency in spoken Spanish preferred but not required

Please send resume and cover letter, preferably by email, to:

Human Resources Department
Re: Noah’s Ark and Family Programs Gallery Educator

Skirball Cultural Center
2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90049
hr@skirball.org


On-Call Banquet Waiter (Tuesday–Sunday)

The Skirball Cultural Center seeks a warm, friendly, and flexible self-starter with excellent communication skills for the position of On-Call Banquet Waiter. This person is responsible for serving food and beverages to event attendees in a gracious and efficient manner, ensuring a positive dining experience. They will also greet and provide guidance to guests to help them get to their intended event. 

This is a variable-hour position that can resemble full-time work during our busy seasons with a pay range of $20–$22.50 per hour. The schedule for this position depends on when events are scheduled. This position reports to the Catering Managers. 

Responsibilities

  • Welcomes guests and helps direct them to their tables
  • Explains how various menu items are prepared, describing ingredients and cooking methods
  • Records or memorizes guest entrée choice(s) and transmits information to kitchen team
  • Serves food or beverages to patrons as required, including table-side wine service
  • Checks with attendees to ensure that they are enjoying their meals and acts to correct any issues
  • Removes dishes and glasses from tables or counters and takes them to scullery for cleaning
  • Clears and cleans tables or counters after patrons have finished dining
  • Prepares tables for meals, including setting up items such as linens, silverware, and glassware
  • Garnishes and decorates dishes in preparation for serving
  • Stocks service areas with supplies such as coffee, food, tableware, and linens
  • Fills salt, pepper, sugar, cream, condiment, and napkin containers
  • Monitors the dining room and ensures that cleanliness is maintained
  • May assist with routine food preparation (e.g., portioning desserts, making coffee, etc.)

Qualifications, Experience, and Attributes

  • Prior experience working as a waiter
  • Must be of legal age to serve alcohol in California
  • Must have a current California Food Handler’s Certificate
  • Must be well-groomed, with hair cut or secured above the collar, clean clothes, etc.
  • Ability to provide personable and professional customer service
  • Ability to pay close attention to the needs of attendees, looking for ways to be of service
  • Ability to work on a team and interact respectfully with colleagues
  • Ability to accomplish routine housekeeping, cleaning, and scullery tasks
  • Ability to speak, read, and write in English
  • Physical ability to stand/walk most of the working day
  • Physical ability to lift and carry heavy trays and other items up to 40 lbs.

Please send resume, preferably by email, to: 

Human Resources Department
Re: On-Call Banquet Waiter
Skirball Cultural Center
2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA  90049
FAX: (310) 440-4595
​hr@skirball.org


On-Call Dishwasher, Hospitality and Private Events

The Hospitality and Private Events department of the Skirball Cultural Center seeks a capable Dishwasher. Reporting to the Executive Chef, the Dishwasher is responsible for cleaning a wide variety of food preparation and service items in accordance with Health Department sanitation and safety standards. The Dishwasher will also help with routine food preparation.

Responsibilities

  • Washes and dries dishes, glasses, utensils, pots and pans, and related food preparation/serving items and equipment
  • Loads and operates the dishwasher per approved guidelines
  • Maintains all cleaning/washing equipment at proper temperature and in proper operating order; loads equipment correctly; checks temperature per approved schedule and adjusts as needed; disassembles, inspects, cleans, performs maintenance on, and reassembles equipment properly
  • Checks all items for cleanliness and stores clean, dry items and equipment in proper places
  • Cleans floor area of any water spillage, detergent, and/or foodstuffs per safety and sanitation guidelines
  • Disposes of garbage in proper waste/refuse containers
  • Assists with some food preparation, as needed
  • Sweeps/mops the kitchen floor; wipes down surfaces to ensure high standards of cleanliness
  • Responds to requests for service from other team members in a friendly, responsive manner

Qualifications

  • Physical ability to stand/walk most of the working day, perform physical labor, and lift and carry heavy pots, trays, and other items
  • Ability to read, comprehend, and accurately follow usage instructions for cleaning products and equipment
  • Excellent hand-eye coordination to operate equipment
  • Routine housekeeping/cleaning skills
  • Ability to interact in a friendly, professional manner with other team members

Please send resume, preferably by email, to:

Human Resources
Re: On-Call Dishwasher, Hospitality and Private Events
Skirball Cultural Center
2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90049
hr@skirball.org


On-Call Educator, Noah’s Ark and Family Programs

The Skirball Cultural Center seeks dynamic and friendly on-call Educators to facilitate public programs within Noah’s Ark (the Skirball’s interactive exhibition for children and families), the Archaeology Dig, and other outdoor spaces.

On-call Educators are part of a collaborative team that implements participatory programs for families of all types, especially those with young children. They facilitate family learning through activities such as full-body puppetry, movement, percussion and singing, cooperative games, storytelling, and art-making activities. They also serve as hosts within the gallery, imparting key Noah’s Ark messages and helping to maintain a safe, orderly, and welcoming environment. As needed, they co-teach inquiry-based Noah’s Ark school programs designed for Pre-K through Grade 5 students. They support all aspects of family programming, indoors and outdoors, as needed.

On-call Educators report to the Assistant Director of Noah’s Ark and Family Programs. The position is scheduled on an as-needed basis, primarily on weekends and holidays. There are also occasional weekday shifts during morning school programs, afternoon public hours, and employee trainings.

Responsibilities

  • Work collaboratively with Skirball team members to ensure successful experiences for family visitors, students, and community groups, including facilitated and drop-in experiences, table-based activities, and participatory movement, music, and puppetry
  • Convey key messages and values related to the Skirball and Noah’s Ark through programs and meaningful visitor interactions
  • Help maintain a safe and friendly environment, proactively address customer service and operational issues, and troubleshoot as needed
  • Integrate and apply feedback from supervisors to achieve program goals and standards
  • Contribute to the development of gallery programs, drop-in performances, and visitor interactions as requested
  • Reset and maintain Noah’s Ark and Family Programs spaces, including ongoing daily prop sanitizing
  • Assist in preparing, keeping inventory, and organizing materials for programs
  • Work as a member of the team to ensure timely implementation of daily opening/closing procedures

Qualifications, Experience, and Attributes

  • Background in arts education, early childhood education, acting, storytelling, archaeology, and/or related fields
  • Prior experience working with children and families; interactive gallery teaching experience preferred
  • Must be proficient in one or more of the following specialized areas: puppetry, acting, movement, music, storytelling, improvisation, and/or visual arts
  • Excellent public speaking and interpersonal skills: warm and welcoming manner and ability to engage positively with visitors of varying abilities, ages, and backgrounds
  • Ability to work as a team player with a professional, positive attitude
  • Physical ability to work long hours that require agility (kneeling, crouching, lifting, sitting on floor, etc.) and sustained energy
  • Physical ability to work outdoors in variable conditions (heat, cold, etc.)
  • Actively committed to diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice principles
  • An active interest in the Skirball Cultural Center mission and philosophy
  • Basic knowledge/understanding of Jewish cultural practices desirable
  • Fluency in spoken Spanish preferred, but not required

Please send resume and cover letter, preferably by email, to:

Human Resources Department
Re: On-Call Educator
Skirball Cultural Center
2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90049
FAX: (310) 440-4595
hr@skirball.org


Operations Project Manager

The Operations department at the Skirball Cultural Center—which encompasses Security, Facilities, Engineering, Purchasing, Guest Services, Audio Visual (AV), and Logistics—is seeking an energetic, mature, self-motivated, detail-oriented Project Manager. This position reports to the Vice President of Operations and will be responsible for performing a wide variety of duties relating to special projects, facilities services, maintenance, purchasing, building improvements, refurbishments, and related administrative duties.

Responsibilities

  • Selects service vendors; negotiates and writes contracts for services and other special projects; ensures service complies with contracts.
  • Establishes and maintains excellent relationships with third party vendors.
  • Manages various contractor service agreements, including but not limited to: landscape, pest-control, painting, pond maintenance, and other maintenance contracts.
  • Plans, coordinates, and manages special projects.
  • Responsible for cost and control estimates and maintains overall project schedule and budget.
  • Researches a wide variety of information related to projects and daily operations.
  • Schedules and leads project meetings regularly with contractors and appropriate staff.
  • Applies strategic planning and critical thinking skills to provide recommended solutions when challenges arise.
  • Reviews Skirball event schedule to minimize project impact on programs, private events, and staff.
  • Oversees the complex ecological balance, daily needs, and aesthetics of the Taper lily pond.
  • Assists with developing the project scope of work for various projects.
  • Works closely and conducts job walks with contractors and service providers to review scope of work and bid specifications.
  • Sets priorities in a high-volume, fast-paced environment.
  • Coordinates and schedules tasks with engineering, porters, security, AV, grounds, and outside vendors.
  • Creates and maintains comprehensive project documentation. Reviews developed progress and provides on-going critique for completeness, coordination, and constructability.
  • Reviews existing conditions and operations, and makes recommendations for efficiencies of operations, phasing, scheduling impacts, minimization of noise and vibration, dust control, and management of other potential sources of disruption to the Skirball Cultural Center.
  • Provides advice and assistance regarding approvals, permits, and insurance requirements.
  • Prepares standard documentation and reporting forms to be used, including project status updates, submittal logs, anticipated cost reports, requests for information (RFIs), submittal, and RFI tracking reports.
  • Checks in with the project team for regular progress reports.
  • Updates calendar to reflect timeline shifts and project schedule changes.
  • Receives and verifies invoices for accuracy, approvals, and forwards for payment.
  • Acts as backup support to the Operations Help Desk and other Operations administrative functions as required.
  • Provides team support with companywide festivals and summer concerts.

Qualifications, Experience, and Attributes:

  • Five years of working experience in construction management or project management–related work.
  • Excellent client-facing and internal communication skills.
  • Effective verbal and written communication skills to negotiate contracts and draft business documents independently.
  • Organizational skills including attention to detail and multi-tasking.
  • Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite.
  • Bachelor's degree in appropriate field of study or equivalent work experience.
  • Experience with project management software tools.

Project Manager Skills and Proficiencies:

  • Ability to develop and track budgets.
  • Core knowledge of construction concepts.
  • Coaching, field supervision, and staffing knowledge.
  • Project management, risk management, and performance management experience.
  • Planning and process improvement skills.
  • Basic math skills to calculate/balance invoices, budgets, and other routine accounting records.
  • Strong grammar and general office practice and procedural skills.
  • Critical thinking, problem solving, analytical, and technical skills.
  • Spanish speaking preferred but not required.

Please send resume and cover letter, preferably by email, to:

Human Resources
Re: Operations Project Manager
Skirball Cultural Center
2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90049
hr@skirball.org


Part-Time, Temporary Visitor Experience Associate (Friday–Sunday)

The Skirball Cultural Center—an institution guided by a spirit of welcome—seeks a cordial, reliable, and flexible collaborator with excellent communication skills for the Part-Time, Temporary position of Visitor Experience Associate. This person serves on the Skirball’s Visitor Experience team and reports to the Visitor Experience Manager. This is a 22–24 hour/week position with a pay rate of $19/hour. The general schedule is Friday, 10:30 am–5:00 pm, and Saturday–Sunday, 8:30 am–5:00 pm, with potential for additional hours and some schedule shifts to accommodate evening programming. This is a part-time, temporary position, available immediately and will end on September 4, 2022.

Responsibilities:

  • Greets, welcomes, and engages with visitors in a warm, professional, and outgoing manner that sets them up for a positive Skirball experience.
  • Proactively seeks information about Skirball operations and maintains up-to-date knowledge about policies, programs, exhibitions, and offerings to share with visitors and colleagues.
  • Performs box office sales and generates will-call lists using the organization’s ticketing system.
  • Efficiently organizes and handles visitor transactions with attention to detail while providing courteous customer service with discretion and security.
  • Receives, tracks, and accounts for daily cash and credit receipts ensuring accuracy and completeness.
  • Works closely with security, porters, and volunteers at the membership desk to help the lobby run smoothly and ensures a positive visitor experience.
  • Shares visitor experiences and weekend activity reports with manager and other senior staff as requested.
  • Adheres to COVID-19 safety policies due to working with the public and in different environments.
  • Appropriately responds to visitor feedback and resolves issues with direction and/or support from management.

Qualifications:

  • Excellent interpersonal, customer service, and verbal communication skills and a friendly, positive attitude.
  • Active interest in interacting with people for the bulk of each day. Prior experience interacting with families is desirable.
  • Maintains a professional demeanor through respectful behavior with visitors.
  • Serves as a reliable and caring member of the Visitor Experience team.
  • Prior sales/box office experience desirable.
  • Excellent attention to detail, effectiveness as a team player, and ability to solve problems nimbly in a changing environment.
  • Ability to convey the Skirball’s mission and share information about its exhibitions, programs, and other offerings with visitors.
  • Ability to interact with people of different generations and backgrounds in a respectful, kind, patient, and caring way.
  • Basic math skills to account for receipts, preparing routine reports, and resolving errors.
  • Basic computer skills and competent written communication skills.
  • Fluency in (spoken) Spanish preferred.

Please send resume and cover letter, preferably by email, to:

Human Resources
Re: Part-Time, Temporary Visitor Experience Associate (Friday–Sunday)
Skirball Cultural Center
2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA  90049
FAX: (310) 440-4595
hr@skirball.org


Risk Management Coordinator (Part Time)

The Skirball Cultural Center seeks a Risk Management Coordinator to oversee matters related to the organization’s risk management, insurance, claims, and liability. Essential responsibilities include working with insurance brokers to bind annual insurance renewals, assisting with the management of any claims and providing day-to-day risk management support duties to the Skirball Cultural Center. This is a part-time, non-exempt position reporting to the Chief Financial Officer while also working closely with the Senior Vice President, General Counsel & Secretary, and the Vice President, Operations.

Responsibilities

  • Manage relationships with external vendors, including but not limited to insurance brokers, third-party claim adjusters, and underwriters
  • File liability and insurance claims, including compiling all data needed to provide to insurance carriers and third parties
  • Regularly update insurance and risk management contact lists, annual renewals, policy information/coverages, self-insurance levels, claims history by insurance type, COI, covered assets details, driver’s license data, etc., and maintain digital archive for the organization
  • Support supervisor in managing policy renewal/midterm process and change information
  • Facilitate data gathering from finance, operations, museum, etc. for insurance and indemnity applications
  • Learn and interpret policies and risks of the organization with an aim to become a key risk management resource on which internal and external customers and supervisor can rely upon to ensure compliance
  • Assist supervisor to maintain relationships and work with our internal operations teams, finance, legal, and museum, along with our insurance broker and carrier partners
  • Facilitate ongoing and adequate monitoring, testing, and reporting of operational risk to all stakeholders
  • Draft and maintain risk management policies and procedures for supervisor approval
  • Perform other risk management related duties or special projects as assigned

Qualifications, Experience, and Attributes

  • Exhibit business acumen promoting transparency and accountability for inherent risk and controls
  • Make decisions on moderately complex issues
  • Bachelor’s degree; advanced degree preferred
  • Commercial Lines Coverage Specialist designation preferred
  • At least 4 years of experience with commercial insurance administration preferred
  • At least 2 years of experience in a nonprofit or cultural institutional setting preferred
  • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office 365 products, including Excel (with strong formula skills, nested, index/match, SUMIFS, etc.), Outlook, and Word
  • Strong verbal communications with all levels, both internally and externally, as this person will work with critical vendors and Skirball employees at all levels
  • Ability to effectively manage projects and resolve problems that may vary in nature and scope
  • Ability to work with minimum supervision and manage time well

Please send resume and cover letter, preferably by email, to:

Human Resources 
Re: Risk Management Coordinator

Skirball Cultural Center 
2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd. 
Los Angeles, CA 90049 
FAX: (310) 440-4595 
hr@skirball.org