musiConnects- Administrative Manager

Position Announcement – Administrative Manager, musiConnects


musiConnects(mC) is a non-profit organization created by the Boston Public Quartet (BPQ) to establish and support educational and artistic residencies in the Boston neighborhoods of Mattapan and Roslindale. Through these residencies, the BPQ and a guild of teaching artists provide instruction on string instruments and engaging classical music performances for children and families who have little, or no other, access to arts education.  Since 2007, the members of the BPQ have maintained a commitment to quality and equality by providing stimulating and inspiring music education centered on the attitudes and activities of chamber music.


musiConnectsis currently searching for a talented individual to join the organization in the newly created part-time position of Administrative Manager.  The Administrative Manager will report to the founding Artistic Director (a member of the BPQ), and will work in close collaboration with the other members of the BPQ and mC staff.  Principal responsibilities are:

·       budget management and oversight, including:  accounts payable and receivable; collaboration with the organization’s fiscal sponsor; working with the Board of Directors in devising annual budgets

·       administrative operations including:  logistics involved with the planning and scheduling of the BPQ season of concerts; fulfilling the functions of an office manager, and providing general office support

·       support for the fundraising activities of musiConnects, including: managing donor information and mailings related to the annual appeal; helping to plan and implement donor cultivation events, and fundraising events; assisting with the oversight of social media platforms


Minimum qualifications:  Experience working with small, non-profit organizations; familiarity with, and comfort using, MS Office (including Excel); and excellent written and oral communication skills.  Preference will be given to candidates who have:  an undergraduate degree in arts administration, non-profit administration and/or business; experience in financial management and fundraising; and demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with staff and volunteer Board members. 


Candidates should be able to able to:  demonstrate the ability to work independently; interact effectively with a diverse population; and have the ability to handle multiple assignments and responsibilities.  This part-time (20 hours weekly) position may require periodic evening and weekend availability; and the position provides the opportunity for the Administrative Manager to frequently work from home, with flexible hours.   


The Administrative Manager’s position is currently open, and review of applications will begin immediately.  A letter of application, current resume, and names of three references should be forwarded to:


For more information about musiConnects, please visit our website:

How to Apply/Contact: 
To apply, please send a cover letter, resume, and names of three references to