Darlington Arts Center is excitedly and immediately seeking a Registration Manager to join our administrative team.  We are founded on a mission to build community by providing Every Art for Everyone. We strive to foster a welcoming, inclusive environment for people of all ages, cultures, and backgrounds to take a step in their creative journey with us. As a member of the administrative team, we look for you to join in championing our efforts in Diversity, Equity, Inclusivity, and Accessibility, bringing opportunity for our surrounding community and beyond.

An ideal candidate for this role is optimistic yet practical, can complete necessary tasks individually but also invites collaboration, and shares a passion in the arts and arts education.  We welcome this candidate into a creative, expressive, and empathetic environment. 

POSITION SUMMARY: Ideally working most evenings and on Saturdays totaling 37.5 hours weekly, this position will act as the primary contact for members and potential members for communication regarding classes, lessons, and events at Darlington Arts Center. Act as primary contact for all teaching artists regarding schedules and timekeeping. Communicate information on schedule changes, programmatic adjustments and procedural matters to administrative staff. 

Process registrations for student onsite activities at Darlington, providing records and protocols to members and appropriate schedules for teaching artists.  Assist students and parent/guardians with the registration process and guarantee completion of necessary forms. Routinely audit attendances for all classes and lessons, reporting to the Executive Director with any discrepancies. Maintain web based and paper files and records, ensuring all personal, financial, and attendance records are kept current, accurate and appropriately confidential.  Prepare all contracts and invoices for offsite partnerships.

Routinely audit office and classroom supply needs and submit order requests to Assistant Director on a biweekly basis. Assist leadership in scheduling maintenance appointments and annual inspections.  Assist in maintaining donor records, take a lead role in entering donations upon each occurrence, providing receipt and acknowledgement letters to the Executive Director.  Take a lead role in social media engagement, working with the Assistant Director and Program Manager to highlight programs and exciting news about Darlington.

Darlington Arts Centers features events on a monthly basis during the academic year for our community. This position will prepare programs, organize and attend Student and Faculty Music Recitals, as well as assist and attend other events as needed. 

While this role has defined responsibilities, Darlington’s administrative team is extremely collaborative. All members of administration are expected to assist, and will be assisted in other functions to operate the organization effectively.

Darlington is a welcoming place that supports our students, teaching artists, and staff as they grow with the organization. This position is invited to introduce any professional development opportunities with the Executive Director to help them grow in this role.

Salary and Benefits:

This position will receive bi-monthly payments to total $40,000 per year.  The position also provides single HMO Benefits with no deductible, dental benefits and life/disability insurance.  The organization also provides this position with 10 accrued days of PTO, 3 days of unaccrued PTO, and 10 paid holidays, as well as an option to participate in a 401K program.

Interested candidates can apply by emailing Eric Thompson, Executive Director at jobs@darlingtonarts.org with their CV and Cover Letter.