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Job Posting: Looking for Bilingual Receptionist

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SUMMARY

Provides general office support with a variety of clerical activities and related tasks. The receptionist will be responsible for answering incoming calls, light data entry, as well as additional clerical duties. Bi-lingual required - Mandarin Chinese and English.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

• Answers telephone and directs the caller to the appropriate associate.
• Greets visitors to the museum.
• Provides callers with information such as museum address, directions to the location, fax numbers, website and other related information.
• Enter information into databases and/or spreadsheets.
• Generates letters and mailings.
• Schedule group tours/visits.
• Assists with other related clerical duties such as photocopying, faxing, filing and collating.

COMPETENCIES

• Flexibility.
• Communication Proficiency.
• Collaboration Skills.
• Customer/Client Focus.
• Organization Skills.
• Technical Capacity.
• Bilingual - Chinese is required. Must be fluent in Mandarin. Written Chinese and spoken Cantonese a plus.

POSITION TYPE & EXPECTED HOURS OF WORK

This is a part-time position. Days and hours of work are Tuesday through Thursday, 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. This position has no supervisory responsibilities.

REQUIRED EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE

• High school diploma or general education degree/equivalency; Associate Degree in Business or related area desired
• One year of administrative experience.
• Microsoft Office experience
• Excellent phone skills and customer service skills

INDUSTRY: Nonprofit Organization Management
EXPERIENCE: Entry level
JOB FUNCTION: Administrative

Send resume and cover letter to:

Chinese-American Museum of Chicago
Raymond B. & Jean T. Lee Center
238 W. 23rd Street
Chicago, IL 60616

or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .


No telephone calls.

 

Event Space Rental

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Host your corporate event, board meeting, or private party at CAMOC!

The 4th floor event space is an ideal space for professional development gatherings, film presentations, and conference gatherings.

Recommended uses: Meetings, Workshops, Films, and Receptions

Capacity —

Reception: 99

Theater-style: 80

Conference: 40


Contact Information

For more information about hosting your event at the Museum, please contact Rose Olea at (312) 949-1000, or via email at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .


 

New Winter Hours at CAMOC

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Please note the museum's new winter hours:

Questions? Contact the museum at 312-949-1000 or email office @ccamuseum.org.

 

Job Posting: Executive Director

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The Chinatown Museum Foundation (CMF) was founded in 2002 to create a museum that reflects the history, experiences, and cultures of the individuals, families, and organizations that shaped Midwestern Chinese-American society. The resulting Chinese-American Museum of Chicago – Raymond B. & Jean T. Lee Center (CAMOC) opened its doors in 2005, but soon after suffered a devastating fire. Community members rallied around the museum, and within 2 years, the museum reopened its doors. The museum serves 8,000 visitors annually through a series of public programs, exhibitions, community events, and collaborative programs and has an annual budget of $400K. The museum is part of the cultural fabric of Chicago’s Chinatown, participates in many Asian American coalitions and events, and is an active member of the Chicago Cultural Alliance.

CAMOC is poised for its next stage of development and seeks an Executive Director who will further professionalize the operations, fundraising, and programming of the organization. With a small staff and a dedicated board, the Executive Director manages the operations, fundraising, and programs for the museum. Within his or her first 12 months, the Executive Director will collaborate with the board to develop plans for fiscal sustainability, programs and exhibits, community engagement & representation, and communications. The board is seeking a motivated and entrepreneurial individual that will raise the profile of the museum within Chicago and across the Chinese-American communities in the Midwest, increase revenue and membership, and build on the substantial public interest in Chinese and Chinese-American cultures.

Interested and qualified parties should send a résumé and cover letter to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . Preference will be given to applications received by February 20th. No phone calls please.

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