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Current Openings

We are looking for highly passionate and dedicated people to join our team. Are you enthusiastic, friendly, and know how to ensure customer satisfaction? Then check below to see what openings we currently have available.

To be considered for an open position, submit cover letter and resume to:

jobs@vasc.org

Financial Assistant:

Employment Type: Part-time
We are seeking an experienced accounts payable and receivable clerk. Must be detail-oriented, self-starter, and able to provide references. Weekly hours will range from 15-25.
Qualifications:
  • Experience with Quickbooks
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office, specifically Excel
  • Minimum 3 years of accounting experience required
Duties and Responsibilities Include:
  • Maintain and process accounts payable
    • Set-up, coding, and entry
  • Processing purchase orders
  • Tracking requisitions and bill payments
  • Update attendance reports
  • Update IMAX film reporting and contracts
    • Prepare monthly film royalties
  • Responsible for generating checks (at least weekly) for vendors
  • Assist in banking if necessary
  • Reconciling discrepancies between requisitions and invoices
  • Filling and other office responsibilities
  • Responsible for special projects as necessary
  • Reports to the Chief Staff Accountant

Special Events & Membership Coordinator:

Employment Type: Full-time
Under the supervision of the Director of Education & Guest Engagement, the Special Events & Membership Coordinator is responsible for soliciting private rentals of the Center, planning and coordinating membership promotions and Center events to meet the annual revenue goal. As a key member of the Center’s team, the Special Events & Membership Coordinator works closely with internal staff, clients, and external vendors to assure proper use of the facility and ensure members are engaged and see value in their membership.
Qualifications:
  • Results-oriented and productive in a fast-paced environment
  • Clear understanding of the role of income-generating activities to support the Center
  • Minimum 4 years of work in a customer-related field
  • Bachelor’s degree is preferred
  • Exceptional interpersonal and organizational skills
  • Strong analytical skills
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office applications
  • Work schedule flexibility, including nights and weekends as required
Duties and Responsibilities Include:
  • Serve as a positive, enthusiastic representative of the Center and market the facility for private rentals and memberships to drive revenue
  • Market, coordinate, and manage all rental events to include meetings, receptions, dinners, weddings, lectures, birthday parties, and member and Center events
  • Professionally serve all phone, email, and walk-in rental inquiries
  • Manage Center event calendar, weekly room requests, internal monthly calendar
  • Develop and deliver Center tours that show the facility’s capabilities
  • Maintain Exclusive Caterers Listing, with emphasis on partnerships
  • Prepare invoices for catering commissions
  • Create rental information packets for clients
  • Develop strategic advertising plan for rentals and work with marketing to implement
  • Submit approval for events
  • Prepare rental contracts, handle deposits, and process refunds
  • Conduct pre-event meetings with staff, clients, and caterers
  • Coordinate rental details with staff, ensuring that rentals are adequately staffed and supervised from set up to clean up of event, delegating responsibility as appropriate
  • Market, coordinate, and manage membership promotions and programs working in tandem with visitor services to ensure processing and delivery of all membership sales
  • Create incentives for staff to increase membership sales and customer service for members