NEW DIRECTOR AT WOMEN LEADING KENTUCKY!

 

It's my great pleasure to introduce our new Executive Director, Carol Siler. Her name may be familar to you, as she was the Development and Promotions coordinator at WEKU-FM for many years. It was her voice you heard during their membership campaigns! Carol has a master's degree in history from Eastern Kentucky University and a B.A. from University of Virginia's College at Wise, Va. She is involved with local theatre in Richmond, KY, and her favorite role was Truvy in Steel Magnolias. A native of Central Kentucky, she loves to spend time with her two grandchildren -- Gabriel and Trinity -- and is married to Clark Siler. With her background and experience, we are confident that Carol will be a great asset to Women Leading Kentucky. I hope you'll make her feel welcome. She can be reached at [email protected] or 859-243-5552. JOB OPPORTUNITIES Lexington Philharmonic For full position descriptions, go to this website: http://www.lexphil.org/files/76/LexPhil%20Artistic%20Operations%20Assistant%20Job%20Descript Artistic Operations Assistant, Part-time The Artistic Operations Assistant will be responsible for providing support to the Artistic, Production and Education efforts of the Lexington Philharmonic. View the full job description at the Lexington Philharmonic web site. To Apply: Please email your resume and letter of interest to [email protected] by September 17, 2013. No phone calls please. Librarian, Part-time Librarian is responsible for the preparation, distribution, and management of the music used for all concerts and rehearsals. This position requires knowledge of orchestral classical music, experience working in a music library, specifically with marking string parts, ability to follow and update a annual library budget, strong organizational skills, and solid written and verbal communication skills.To Apply: Please email your resume and letter of interest to [email protected] by September 17, 2013. No phone calls please. The Marketing & Communications Assistant,Part-time The Lexington Philharmonic is searching for an innovative and energetic mind who is the missing ingredient of the LexPhil Marketing Mix, the Marketing & Communications Assistant. The ideal candidate for this position has a basic understanding of the tenants of orchestral marketing and the drive to exceed expectations and live outside the norm. To Apply: submit cover letter, resume, and one writing sample to [email protected] by September 6, 2013. No phone calls please. September Exhibitors: UK Federal Credit Union, Indiana Wesleyan University and Real Life Radio To contribute a gift for the drawing, contact Sonia [email protected]
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