Employment

Studio Incamminati, School for Contemporary Realist Art, is an equal opportunity employer to all employees and applicants for employment in accordance with applicable Equal Employment and Campus Health and Safety and Annual Security ReportAffirmative Action laws. Studio Incamminati does not discriminate against any employee or applicant on the basis of age, race, creed, color, handicap (disability), marital status, sex, national origin, ancestry, sexual orientation, religion, pregnancy, parental status, service to the armed forces, political affiliation, or status with regard to public assistance.

OPEN POSITIONS:


PRESIDENT

Studio Incamminati, School for Contemporary Realist Art, located in Philadelphia, PA is seeking a President to lead the school. Reporting to the Board of Directors, the President will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for Studio Incamminati’s staff, programs, growth, and execution of its mission. In this role, the President will oversee business, finance, and operations and will work directly with the Board in fundraising and donor relations. In collaboration with the Dean of Faculty and Students, the President will also develop new programs. A staff of four, plus the faculty, reports to the President. It is expected that the chosen individual will serve on an interim basis with the position becoming permanent upon an appropriate demonstration of skills.

The ideal candidate will possess an advanced degree in arts administration or a related field or have demonstrated professional and administrative experience, preferably in an educational setting or cultural arts organization. Experience with nonprofit regulations and accounting as well as familiarity with legal and regulatory requirements peculiar to educational institutions (Title IV, Title IX, GI Bill, student visa/immigration, etc.) is a must. Significant experience with nonprofit fundraising and donor relations, particularly in the educational context, is preferred.

Salary is $105,000. Start date TBD.

Founded by renowned painters, Nelson and Leona Shanks, Studio Incamminati is dedicated to the study and practice of realist art, and trains professional artists by fusing the classical drawing and painting traditions of the Renaissance and the luminous color of the Impressionists with a fresh, contemporary sensibility.

A letter of interest together with a current curriculum vitae or resumé describing one’s experience and qualifications should be sent to:

Chair, Search Committee
Studio Incamminati
340 N 12th St., STE 400
Philadelphia PA 19107

Or email information to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

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ADMINISTRATIVE COORDINATOR

Reporting to the President, the Administrative Coordinator is a multifunction position handling the administrative, bookkeeping, and financial aid functions for the school. In addition to daily operational requirements, cash receipts, cash disbursements, and general ledger postings, this position has the primary responsibility for managing the Federal Student Aid programs and Title IX compliance at the school.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Administrative Duties:
1. Serves as primary contact for the organization to include answering phones, delivering messages, fielding and responding to general e-mails, processing incoming and outgoing mail, and providing requested information to prospective students, individuals, and donors.
2. Maintain school digital and paper files and databases to include but not limited to students, course registration, faculty, staff, and donors.
3. Working with other staff, manage and oversee various school events and development initiatives to include planning, printing, reserving, distributing, and implementing various aspects as required.
4. Order and maintain office and other supplies and equipment.
5. Supervise part-time office assistants.
6. Handle other responsibilities as assigned.

Bookkeeping:
1. Manage all bookkeeping processes including cash receipts, cash disbursements, accounts receivable, accounts payable, and payroll.
2. Prepare and file required regulatory reports including but not limited to quarterly sales tax.
3. Maintain and oversee contractual agreement timelines and payment schedules to include but not limited to rent, grants, rent, insurance, and equipment leases. Notify appropriate internal parties regarding timely negotiations.
4. Manage and help to implement human resource functions to include but not limited to updating and maintaining office policies, procedures, and payroll.

Financial Student Aid:
1. Complete training and maintain required certifications to include but not limited to Department of Education Financial Student Aid and GI Bill Representative.
2. Administer all Title IV programs of the Higher Education Act that the school participates in accordance with the requirements established by the Department of Education to include but not limited to Federal Pell, Federal subsidized, and federal unsubsidized loans.
3. Administer all other financial aid and grant programs in accordance with those agency’s requirements.
4. Develop and oversee Title IX requirements to include but not limited to dissemination of information, training, and researching and reporting Title IX complaints.
5. Maintains liaison with financial aid consulting firm, Educational Compliance Management and Federal and State agencies.
6. Oversees compliance with policies and procedures for various Financial Aid programs. Develops, updates and presents financial aid information through brochures, workshops, and events directed toward students or prospective students.
7. Prepares and files all monthly, quarterly, and annual financial aid reports.
8. Collects and inputs data for State Licensing requirements and the U.S. Department of Education including, but not limited to, the National Student Loan Data System, National Center for Education Statistics (Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System), and Gainful Employment reporting.

REQUIREMENTS AND QUALIFICATIONS

1. Personal qualities and abilities:
• Positive attitude that promotes teamwork and confidence in others.
• Must be a strategic thinker capable of implementing long-term plans to leverage resources.
• Must be committed to the mission and vision of Studio Incamminati.
• Must be highly organized.
• Ability to handle stress in a fast-paced environment and meet tight deadlines.
• Must have a customer service orientation and willing to help solve problems with a diverse group of artists.

2. Technical Skills
• Must have strong computer skills including QuickBooks, MS Word and Excel.

3. Education and Experience
• College degree or equivalent experience required, preferably in management, education, or related field.
• Prior experience preferably in a not-for-profit organization
• Financial student aid certification.

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Campus Health and Safety and Annual Security Report

Studio Incamminati provides this information to all students and employees in compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act. This act requires all higher education institutions to make public their campus security and safety policies and reported crime data for the previous three years and disseminate this information to the campus community. The goal of this legislation is to help maintain a safe campus environment by increasing the awareness of crimes committed on campus, the security and safety policies in place and crime prevention programs available. Fortunately, we experience a low crime rate as evidenced by this report. The safety of our students is a top priority.