Art Studio Coordinator Job Opening | Syracuse Cultural Workers

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Art Studio Coordinator Job Opening


Application review will begin 10-13-2021

Time: 35 hours/week Salary: $16/hour

Benefits: Health insurance, vacation after one year, 8 paid holidays and 5 paid personal days, $250 of free SCW products per year. Exciting, challenging, supportive, cooperative, committed workplace.

Hours: 10 am - 5 pm, Mon-Fri, some flexibility, including for some remote working

Office: 400 Lodi Street, Syracuse, NY (near Northeast side of Syracuse)


Since 1982 SCW has supported feminist and progressive movements and struggles by providing high-quality, often beautiful, agitational artwork and imagery. We work with hundreds of social justice artists, and pride ourselves on a collaborative work environment and our commitment to a “long-haul” vision of social change work. If you are a good match and looking for a long-term way to make a difference, look no further! And, if relocating, housing prices in Syracuse are way, way below the national average!
-Dik Cool, Publisher/Founder


  • Coordinate design and production of new products, catalogs and marketing pieces
  • Work with printers and sales reps to assure timely and effective production
  • Participate in SCW’s Creative Team to develop inspiring new products
  • Create requisition orders for all printed paper products and interface with printers
  • Coordinate the committee which develops the annual Women Artists Datebook
  • Work with artists on contracts, file formats and other communications
  • Send purchase orders and artwork to vendors for paper products, T-Shirts, buttons, stickers...
  • Collaborate with the full staff; attend monthly staff meetings and annual staff retreat


  • Good people skills – in person, phone and online
  • Reliable, responsible and accountable
  • Strong computer proficiency (Adobe Creative Suite – MAC), google drive, etc.
  • Flexible and able to multi-task effectively
  • Accurate and detail-oriented
  • Work well under pressure/deadlines
  • Able to act independently and work effectively as part of a team
  • Commitment to SCW’s mission – including our work to eradicate racism and all forms of oppression in our workplace, community and the world
  • Drivers License and access to car helpful

SCW is a national social justice publisher selling across North America to retail and wholesale customers through our catalog and website. SCW’s 14 person staff is creative, hard-working, fun-loving
and committed to making a difference in the world.

Please send resume and DETAILED letter of interest (why you’re a good fit for this job) to:
Andy Mager, * Phone: 800-949-5139 ext. 22 * Fax: 315-475-1277
Syracuse Cultural Workers PO Box 6367, Syracuse, NY 13217


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