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Art Changes Everything!

Art outlives each of us, and is the purest history of the human spirit-not only what we are, but what we dream of becoming.

Art is more than entertainment. Art is the most precious brain trust we have among the many treasures within our families, our cultures, our nation, and our world.

Exposure to and lifelong learning in the Arts create healthier individuals and communities, as well as more enriched and fulfilling lives. The Arts Council of Central Louisiana exists to broaden the impact of Art and Culture through serving and supporting those artists and organizations who create the Art that shapes the lives of our friends and neighbors.

If you are interested in serving your community through the Arts, we encourage you to contact the Arts Council in order to become a volunteer, become an advocate, or make a charitable donation to the Arts Council. Most importantly, we encourage you to patronize the Arts locally!

The Arts Council is currently seeking applications for a full-time custodian. 

Responsibilities include cleaning and maintenance of (2) Performing Arts Venues as well as classroom and office space in (2) buildings separated by one block in Downtown Alexandria Louisiana.  Regular hours are 6 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday with a one hour lunch break.  The position requires the ability to work flexible hours to accommodate event/performance schedules that will involve weekends.

Specific Duties include but are not limited to:

  • Vacuum, sweep, dust mop and wet mop floors daily
  • Clean and stock restrooms
  • Strip and wax floors
  • Wash windows
  • Order cleaning supplies
  • Perform other job related duties as assigned 

Must have ability to:

  • Maintain assigned buildings with limited supervision in accordance with established standards for cleanliness         
  • Maintain assigned buildings with limited supervision in accordance with established standards for cleanliness
  • Recognize occupational hazards and take appropriate safety precautions
  • Use floor machines, such as buffers and vacuums
  • Effectively document work related tasks
  • Communicate effectively, and follow directions
  • Properly use chemicals and cleaning supplies
  • Work well, cooperate, and get along with supervisors and co-workers, arts community, and the
  • Perform the physical requirements of the position

Qualifications:

·         High school graduate or equivalent with experience in general cleaning and the use of electric floor machines, and power vacuums beneficial

·         Must have a valid driver’s license and be able to work flexible hours as needed, namely some weekend hours

·         A background check may be required for the successful applicant

To apply, submit resume and references via email to matt@louisiana-arts.org.  You may also call Julie at 484-4474 for more information.



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Upcoming Events

November
29

The Nutcracker Ballet 2014 - Red River Dance Theatre Company
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The Nutcracker Ballet 2014 - Red River Dance Theatre Company
 

November
29

Storytime and Craft
Come and join us at the T.R.E.E. House Children’s Museum for storytime
Storytime and Craft
 

December
04

Holiday Magic Downtown
 Visit the Fulton Minipark as the mayor lights the Christmas lights and
 
 

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