The Gabriella Foundation (TGF), www.gabri.org, a non-profit organization, was established in 1999 in memory of Gabriella Axelrad, a thirteen-year-old who loved to dance. The organization's mission is to transform the lives of underserved youth in Los Angeles through high-quality dance instruction.
TGF's original program, everybody dance!, began as a free after-school dance program in 2000 in an affordable housing project near downtown Los Angeles. Today, the program serves 2400 students as the leading provider of high-quality dance instruction in the city's impacted, underserved communities.
everybody dance! is in search of a part-time Dance Office Registrar to oversee the daily activity in a designated dance studio during hours of operation. S/he will provide excellent customer service to parents and serve as an ambassador of the everybody dance! program. Hours range from 10-25 hours/week, Monday-Friday 3:45pm-8:15pm and Saturday mornings 8:30am-1:15pm.
Essential Functions:
·       Customer Service and Reception: Demonstrate expert knowledge about the ED program (including rules and regulations) and answer questions as an ambassador of the program.  Greet parents and students warmly and professionally.  Answer incoming calls, retrieve voice mail and return calls as needed. Manage annual program orientation, parent volunteer service hours, assist with field trip coordination and direct traffic in the studio. Provide dance instructors and parents with any critical information or news.
·       Administrative Duties:
Ø  Cash Handling:  Collect payment (tuition and fees) and prepare a weekly deposit and report of cash and checks received.
Ø  Data Entry:  Enter all cash transactions, attendance and service hours in to the database daily according to agreed-upon data-entry protocols.  Make an effort to keep family records updated          and record changes as necessary. Add new entries to the ongoing student lottery list.
Ø  Inventory and Ordering: Take apparel orders. Track inventory of office and janitorial supplies and report apparel/inventory needs for bi-weekly orders.
·       Facility Management:  Maintain all physical aspects of the dance office.  Keep bulletins up to date. Oversee custodial work and assure studio space and waiting areas maintain a clean and orderly appearance.  Assume responsibility for any volunteer duty that is not accomplished and supervise parents who are in service.
Desired Qualifications
·      Previous administrative or clerical experience
·      Knowledge of databases and Microsoft Office
·      Excellent verbal/written communication skills and customer service skills
·      Excellent organizational skills and ability to multi-task
Knowledge and love of the arts, especially dance
·      Bilingual in Spanish
Compensation:  Hourly rate of $13-14
Application Procedure:  Please submit cover letter and resume to [email protected]  No calls.