Development Assistant

Watershed seeks a Development Assistant to support the organization in the areas of donor cultivation and stewardship; annual appeals, and special event coordination.

Summer Staff Positions

Watershed’s year round staff is supplemented during the summer by seasonal employees. These summer staff members are essential to the operation of the residency program and are an integral part of the Watershed team. Positions include work in the studio, kitchen and dining room, administrative office, and housekeeping.

While each staff position has specific responsibilities and duties, a strong emphasis is placed on teamwork. Friendliness, politeness and interpersonal communication skills are vital to working effectively in a dynamic environment that is often intense and demanding. Staff are expected to conduct themselves in a professional manner at all times and to contribute to the general upkeep and appearance of the facilities. The focus of all work is to provide an exceptional experience to our resident artists.

Summer staff work a minimum of 35 hours per week. Additional hours are expected during events and some evening and weekend hours will be required. During their time at Watershed, summer staff members are provided with shared housing, all meals, a modest stipend, and dedicated studio space, however, limited time may be available to produce personal artwork.

Watershed is accepting applications for 2018 summer staff positions until February 15, 2018. Interviews will be conducted in March and applicants will be notified of their status in early April.

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