compensation: Minimum wage to start; increase after 6 months employment type: part-time non-profit organization
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Open and close the Hall before and after each event. Monitor the renters' activity for the safety of the Hall and the renters. Represent the Hall, and answer any questions the renters may have. Turn on light and sound systems if desired by renter and assist with WiFi connection. Conduct light cleaning and ensure order before and after each rental. Ensure all parts of the contract are followed by the renters, and remind them of these responsibilities at the beginning of each event. Conduct a walk through with the point of contact at end of event, and confirm Hall is ready for next user. Communicate with the Hall Manager before and after events.
Events occur primarily on weekends. Howard County Crowd Manager certification required; employees compensated for training to obtain certification.
This position commences January 2020, and is shared with three other monitors. It is ideal for a college student, retiree, or someone wishing to earn a little extra income. Part-time; average hours per month: 15 - 20.
Interested? Send a cover letter, resume, and list of references.
About the Carroll Baldwin Hall:
Carroll Baldwin Memorial Hall was built in 1921-22 to honor the life of Carroll Baldwin, the beloved supervisor of Savage Mill until his death in 1918.
The Hall, a Maryland Historical Trust site, is a two-story structure built of local materials. The signature stonework of the exterior is river stone from the nearby Little Patuxent River, and was reportedly moved to the site via mule-pulled wagons.
The Richardsonian Romanesque-style building was constructed "for the welfare and happiness of the whole community." For many years, the Hall hosted movie screenings and staged performances in the upper level, and housed a bowling alley in the basement. From 1966 to 1991 it served as the Savage Branch of the Howard County library system. Learn more in the Historical Marker Database.
Carroll Baldwin Hall still functions as a community center today. In recent years, it has undergone extensive renovations to ensure it will continue to serve as a focal point of the community.