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Chapman Cultural Center


This is primarily a building security position. Begin work as the office closes during the week and as needed on weekends to monitor all activities to ensure safety of people using the facility and the buildings and grounds. Employee must be able to handle situations with a variety of people in a positive and helpful manner. 

Description of Position Responsibilities and Job Factors:

  • Monitor people as they use the facility and parking lots to ensure their safety and direct them to their proper studio space.
  • Conduct regular rounds of the facility and parking lots to ensure a security presence.
  • Keep track of building usage and ensure all lights turned out, doors are locked, and secure before closing.
  • Maintain checklist of events and record attendance numbers daily on daily security report.
  • Never engage in any type of confrontation, if there is any doubt about the situation always call 911, the police always want to be proactive to prevent incidents.


  • Must have a basic understanding of computers and be able to walk the buildings and ground during the course of work
  • Must be able to lift 50lbs for set up needs
  • Ability to read, write, understand, and communicate in Spanish recommended.

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An intern at Chapman Cultural Center completes a variety of duties that advance the work of our organization. Interns will help us fulfill our mission and vision while receiving hands-on training to assist the student gain valuable work experience and training.

Position Responsibilities dependent upon Project/Program assigned:

  • Establish student goals of the internship with supervisor
  • Effectually performing administrative tasks such as completing professional phone calls, drafting business letters, and greeting guests
  • Assist in the coordination of upcoming events and programs
  • Complete tasks for the coordination of events and programs
  • Market upcoming events and programs through social media such as Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube
  • Possess working knowledge of hours, events, and activities at the Chapman Cultural Center as well as that of the partner organizations
  • Relate professionally and effectively to office staff and staff of Partner Organizations at the Chapman Cultural Center


  • A passion for the arts, science, and humanities.
  • Undergraduate student, graduate student, or recent college graduate.
  • Interest in non-profit and/or arts administration and cultural policy.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Strong organizational skills and the ability to work independently as well as in a team environment.
  • Ability to establish priorities and juggle numerous assignments at one time.
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Outlook and Microsoft Office Suite.
  • Characteristics necessary to function successfully in a professional office setting, including responsibility, organizational skills, and communicational skills
  • Business casual attire with no shorts permitted.

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