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🔗Rental Associate

  • Part Time
  • Hartford, CT
  • 19 USD / Hour
  • Applications have closed
  • Job Summary: Connecticut Landmarks seeks a Rental Associate to coordinate a wide range of rental events (including weddings, social, corporate, and community events) and non-rental events specific to the organization.
  • Job Qualifications:

    Applicants must be well organized, outgoing, and have strong attention to detail. Experience in sales, marketing, hospitality, event management, or similar is required. Must have both writing and verbal communication skills with experience in database and event management. Applicants must have a flexible schedule, including nights, weekends, and holidays – particularly between May and November. Travel between Hartford and Connecticut Landmarks’ historic sites will be necessary, and the applicant must possess a valid driver’s license and the ability to drive to properties throughout the state. Candidates with a comparable combination of education and experience are welcome to apply.

  • How to Apply:

    Applicants should submit a letter of interest, resume, and at least three references to Aaron Marcavitch, Executive Director at aaron@ctlandmarks.org with the subject line: “Rental Associate.” Applications will be accepted until January 31, 2023.

  • Job benefits: Paid time off, flexible schedule and location, ability to participate in retirement account
  • Contact Name: Aaron Marcavitch
  • Application Email: aaron@ctlandmarks.org

Website Connecticut Landmarks

Connecticut Landmarks’ Mission Connecticut Landmarks uses historic properties to inspire an understanding of our complex past. Connecticut Landmarks’ Vision A state whose understanding of its diverse past inspires its people to move forward together as one.

Connecticut Landmarks seeks a Rental Associate to coordinate a wide range of rental events (including weddings, social, corporate, and community events) and non-rental events specific to the organization. The organization owns and operates twelve historic sites, spanning four centuries of Connecticut history. While Connecticut Landmarks’ primary focus is sharing history at our recognized historic houses museums, several key sites also serve as unique event venues where we provide superb customer service. The Rental Associate coordinates a wide range of rental events, including weddings; social, corporate, and community events; and non-rental events specific to the organization. As a self-supporting non-profit, rentals of our historic properties help keep Connecticut Landmarks open and available to the public to enjoy.  Site rentals are available at the Nathan Hale Homestead, the Phelps-Hatheway House & Garden, and the Butler-McCook House & Garden. This position reports directly to the Executive Director with support from the Deputy Director and Site Administrators.

Examples of work duties include representing the organization during sales and contracting meetings with clients; coordinating events from contracting to implementation; overseeing a variety of administrative functions to support contracts, permits, and agreements; maintaining detailed records; working with site staff to ensure appropriate scheduling; and supporting the implementation of organizational special events. The position holder will be responsible for attending all events, ensuring the safety of our historic properties and collections, and supporting client satisfaction.

The position is permanent part-time, not to exceed 1040 hours a year, with most of those hours between May and November. The compensation is $19hour with travel reimbursement and a flexible work environment.



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