Careers


Join the dynamic and passionate team of the Bonifacio Art Foundation, Inc. Be a co-champion of science & art through The Mind Museum, the BGC Arts Center, the BGC Public Art Program, and Mind S-Cool.

Email your resume at [email protected] by January 15, 2023.
Due to the volume of applications, only shortlisted applicants will be sent an email. 

Marketing Assistant

for The Mind Museum


Responsibilities:

  • Handles direct school bookings, and non-corporate bookings (birthday parties, etc.)
  • Handles phone and face-to-face inquiries of clients and administers booking procedures, from responding to inquiries, pitching offerings, preparing quotations.
  • Manages the booking process which includes gathering data, arranging schedules, facilitating collection of payments, coordinating logistics, and assisting clients with any concern from booking until event egress. 
  • Should be able to pay close attention to details of bookings with multiple arrangements and computations, provide good customer service and can deal with various types of clients, keep good records of customer data & bookings, and handle related administrative tasks. 
  • Coordinating with school beneficiaries for our educational programs and partnerships. 
  • Preparation of marketing materials and required reports.
  • Performs other tasks as may be required from time to time. 


Educational Background:

College graduate, preferably with educational background in Marketing and with experience in dealing with clients and accounts, or events management


Core Competencies:

  • Ability to pitch BAFI offerings and negotiate with client's requests.
  • Can do client relations & customer service with good communication skills.
  • Ability to deal with multiple clients, manage booking logistics & issues, and propose solutions to resolve concerns.
  • Results oriented to reach targets.
  • Must be proficient in using Microsoft Excel, Word, and PowerPoint applications.

Partnerships and Events Officer

for the BGC Arts Center and The Mind Museum


Responsibilities:

  • Handle corporate bookings / venue rentals for the BGC Arts Center
  • Handle corporate partnerships for The Mind Museum & the BGC Arts Center
  • Nurture close working relationships with clients, partners, and teams.
  • Manages event bookings from start to end, which includes gathering data, pitching offerings, preparing cost proposals, facilitating payments, coordinating event logistics. and assisting of clients.
  • Should be able to pay close attention to the booking details with multiple arrangements and computations, provide good customer service and can deal with various types of clients, keep good records of customer data & bookings, and handle related administrative tasks.
  • Strategizes, develops, and implements marketing efforts to reach out to target audiences and partners
  • ldentifies, investigates, analyzes, negotiates and forms third-party strategic alliances to create mutually beneficial partnerships/arrangements
  • Creates and executes partnership terms and collaborates with partners to present a unified program for our audiences
  • Coordinates communications with clients/partners and ensures all deliverables are met according to the agreements
  • Preparation of marketing materials and required reports
  • Performs other duties for the foundation as may be required from time to time

Educational & Work Experience Background:

College graduate, preferably with an educational background in Marketing / Events Management / Business Development with experience in dealing with client accounts, event coordination, and partnerships.

Core Competencies & Qualifications:

  • Strong commitment to contribute to the community through partnerships & events.
  • Ability to work independently in a fast-paced, non-profit environment.
  • Ability to pitch offerings and negotiate with client/partner requests
  • Can do client relations & provide excellent customer service with good communication skills
  • Ability to multi-task and oversee multiple events & programs
  • Ability to deal with multiple clients, manage booking logistics & issues, and propose solutions to resolve concerns.
  • Results-oriented to reach targets
  • Work well in a team-oriented environment and maintain harmonious relationships
  • Proficient computer skills, especially using of Microsoft Suite and Google Suite applications
  • Must be open to work a flexible schedule, including some evenings and weekends during events.

Exhibit Officer

for The Mind Museum & the BGC Public Art Program


Responsibilities:

  • Help maintain exhibits and public artwork.
  • Help design new exhibits.
  • Process documentation of exhibits for vetting of suppliers as well as payment.
  • Help field traveling exhibitions. (installation and dismantling) 
  • Help inspect public artwork. 
  • Help install public artwork. 
  • Performs other tasks as may be required from time to time.

Educational & Work Experience Background: 

Has 2-3 years experience in engineering and design 
(Educational background in these fields not necessary- experience is much more preferred.)

Core Competencies & Qualifications: 

  • High level of initiative. 
  • Strong design and/or engineering skills.
  • Proficient in Adobe Photoshop and other design softwares. 
  • Strong communication skills. 
  • Must be creative.
  • Values collaboration and teamwork. 
  • Strategic problem solver.