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Adagio Ballet and Dance School, a large dance school with over 1400 students, is seeking an Assistant Director to oversee faculty and staff, performances, the academic program, and the implementation of curriculum. S/He is responsible for all aspects of the program, staff, and operations. The position reports to the School Director.
The ideal candidate will hold 10 years combined experience in managing/directing a team, dance teaching, and a professional performance career. S/He should be highly organized and capable of managing and delivering on multiple projects at once. The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance or equivalent experience, will be comfortable working with software and technology, and should hold experience with executing dance educational programs and curriculum.
Salary is commensurate with experience. Starting salary range 40-50K, with a generous benefits package including 100% employer covered health insurance and a retirement plan with employer matching program.
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater is seeking a Grant Writer (GW). The GW is responsible for writing grant proposals and reports for foundation and corporate funders. S/He will coordinate budgets with finance and arts in education departments, research and identify prospective funders, and assist in developing cultivation materials .
The Grant Writer must possess exceptional writing and proofreading skills and the ability to manage multiple projects while maintaining deadlines. Successful candidates will also have experience working with major foundations and corporate grant programs.
The American Repertory Ballet school seeks a friendly person with professional manner and appearance for a part time Customer Relations/Front Desk position. The position entails general office duties, including managing the phone and walk-in customer relations. Strong verbal/phone communications skills are required. The positions requires experience with Microsoft Word, Excel, and email. Candidates should have the ability to multi-task.
To apply, please send resume and references via email.
American Repertory Ballet is seeking a Development Officer (DO). The DO will hold significant responsibility for raising funds and visibility of the organization in partnership with Executive Director. S/He will prospect, cultivate, and solicit individual, corporate donors, and foundations with the development team to achieve the set forth annual and special projects goals.
The ideal candidate will have a minimum four years of development experience (fundraising/donor relations), including highly-developed fundraising research and strong writing, editorial, and messaging skills. The DO should have a successful track record in securing gifts from individuals, corporate sponsors/donors, and institutional funders. S/He should also hold experience in developing and implementing consistent communication messaging and compelling campaigns.back to top
American Repertory Ballet (ARB) is seeking a Marketing Manager (MM). The MM will hold significant responsibility for the branding and marketing of American Repertory Ballet and Princeton Ballet School. S/He will oversee the marketing team in the creation and implementation of the marketing, public relations, and communication campaigns and working plans.
The MM will contribute to the development and refinement of ARB’s marketing vision and strategy. S/He will develop and implement an integrated media plan to advance ARB’s brand identity in New Jersey both nationally and internationally.
Audience Architects (AARCH) Chicago’s non profit service organization for dance is seeking a qualified Marketing and Operations Manager to oversee and manage all aspects of the organizations marketing, to manage internal operations and day to day office functions.
The Marketing and Operations Manager is a full time position and an essential member of the AARCH staff, who will deliver significant support to the Chicago Dance Field. This position reports to the Executive Director and will work to serve the organization's core mission and programs. S/He will be responsible for the development of a variety of written and digital communications, including content management and advertising sales for the organization's robust website, as well as related email sales programs, and social media messaging/management.
Applications should be sent electronically to Heather Hartley. Please insert "Marketing and Operations Manager" in the email subject line. Include a cover letter, resume, and a list of 2-3 references.
Ballet Austin is seeking a Resident Instructor of Dance (RID). The RID will teach ballet technique and related styles (pointe, variations, partnering) to Ballet Austin Academy Lower and Upper School students at the beginning, intermediate, and advanced levels. The position also maintains a commitment to teaching the core curriculum and syllabus prescribed by Ballet Austin artistic staff (influenced by the teaching of Truman Finney and Marcia Dale Weary).
The successful candidate will demonstrate ballet as a first language, work well in a collaborative work environment, be committed to a cohesive approach to training, and exhibit a breadth of understanding of newer disciplines in addition to classical ballet.For a full job description, please click here. Please send letter of application and resume, three current letters of recommendation, and list of references here.
The Patron and Major Gifts Manager (PMGM) is responsible for retention, growth, and expansion of annual campaign and capital campaign by effectively managing the following activities: patron management, individual donors, corporate donors, and capital campaign.
The PMGM will manage Patron Loyalty strategies to increase quantifiable patron engagement and support, motivate Patron Management Team members to accomplish team goals, and implement a Patron Management Business Model. S/He will identify, cultivate, solicit, and steward donors with the capacity to maintain or increase their support. The PMGM will manage portfolio of approximately 50 corporate donors, create corporate annual fund goals, and will provide staff leadership to Corporate Cabinet.back to top
Organization: Barnard College, Columbia University
Job Location: New York, NY
The Department of Dance of Barnard College, Columbia University invites applications for a full-time, renewable three-year appointment as an Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor of Professional Practice to begin July 1, 2016. The ideal candidate will be a performing artist with a national or international reputation, a demonstrated capacity for creative work, the potential for continuing to make professional work of a high order and for expanding the Department’s artistic and teaching profile. Experience in college teaching is required. Teaching responsibilities could include composition, several levels of technique, performance, and repertory in addition to choreographing occasionally for Department concerts. Expertise in areas such as new media/digital, community-based, or site-specific performance, somatic practice, and/or global forms is desirable. Additional responsibilities include advising and mentoring students, in addition to performing department and college service within a liberal arts environment. Leadership potential is a must. Preference will be given to candidates with an M.F.A. or related academic credentials.
Please click here for a full job description and application instructions.
The Chamber Dance Project (CDP) is seeking an Assistant to the Artistic Director (AAD) to manage the communications and administration for the office. This person will be responsible for CDP’s web and social media presence as well as communicating with CDP stakeholders to ensure offices tasks are done in a high quality and timely manner.
The AAD will organize and schedule meetings for the office, generate and provide reports to the Artistic Director on tasks, and communicate with Board of Directors. S/He will create new content for website, social media, and e-newsletter (on MyEmma) and send acknowledgements and marketing material to patrons. The AAD will coordinate season schedules, travel and logistics with dancers, choreographers, musicians and provide support at CDP events and June performances.
To apply, please send resume and two references via email.
Organization: Charlotte Ballet
Job Location: Charlotte, NC
Application Deadline: November 30, 2015
Charlotte Ballet is seeking an Artistic Director (AD). The AD will have the responsibility to stimulate the artistic quality, spirit and achievements of the company, and simultaneously develop the art form through new creation and a unique company identity balancing full-length narrative, classical, neo-classical, and contemporary works, embracive of the Charlotte community.
As the chief architect of Charlotte Ballet’s aesthetic vision and artistic profile, the artistic director occupies a highly visible and pivotally significant position within the organization and the community. S/He will be able to articulate a clear, distinctive, imaginative, and compelling artistic vision for company’s future, a vision that integrates the most popular elements of ballet’s tradition and repertoire, with new creations.
Reporting to the Director of Development, the Corporate Relations Manager (CRM) is responsible for managing Charlotte Ballet’s relationships with local and national corporate funders. The position works closely with the Director of Development and Corporate Development Committee to create and manage a corporate prospect pipeline and support a comprehensive strategy to meet revenue goals for corporate sponsorships.
For a full job description, please click here. To apply, please send materials via email. Please include salary requirements, cover letter, and resume (as one PDF) as an attachment. Please label the email subject line “Corporate Relations Manager.” Charlotte Ballet is an Equal Opportunity Employer.back to top
Chicago Human Rhythm Project (CHRP) presents the American Rhythm Center (ARC), which offers shared, affordable education, rehearsal and administrative spaces for several leading Chicago arts organizations. The ARC is located in renovated spaces on the 3rd floor of Chicago’s historic Fine Arts Building, 410 S. Michigan Avenue.
The ARC Manager’s leads all aspects of the ARC. S/He is part of the CHRP’s management team and works in close partnership with the Executive Director (ED) and the Artistic Director (AD). Together, they drive program, partnership, and funder development efforts. The ARC Manager is also responsible for directing and managing ARC sales, marketing, staffing, service delivery, and administration; and ultimately realizing a financial model that is self-sustaining and profitable.
To apply, submit resume and cover letter via email.back to top
As a senior executive, the Executive Director (ED) will provide leadership and supervision in overseeing the organizational advancement efforts, including external affairs, government advocacy, and day to day operations of communications, marketing, sales and ticketing, media relations, and development. The ED with support from the AD/CEO and COO will be responsible and accountable for developing, implementing and managing Cincinnati Ballet’s (CB) strategic plan. The ED works alongside the AD/CEO and COO to support the company’s drive for excellence in artistic and operational standards.
For more information about this position please click here.
The Department of Dramatic Art at UNC-Chapel Hill seeks an experienced teacher of Movement / Physical Acting to join a highly collaborative faculty. Areas of mastery and competence might include but not limited to: Alexander Technique, Circus, Clown, Dance, Feldenkrais, Lucid Body, Martial Arts for the Actor, Mask, Stage Combat, Yoga.
The Assistant Professor will teach all MFA Movement/Physical Acting classes and create a coherent and progressive six-semester curriculum; teach one undergraduate course per year. S/He will work in areas of specialization and competence with PlayMakers Repertory Company (the LORT theater associated with the Department) is expected in consultation with the Producing Artistic Director and the Chair of the Department. Ongoing external engagement with the profession at a significant level is expected. A Master of Fine Arts/Master of Arts degree in an appropriate discipline and a minimum of 3 years experience are required.
For application instructions and to apply, please click here. The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is an equal opportunity employer that welcomes all to apply, including protected veterans and individuals with disabilities.
Diavolo seeks a creative, energetic, organized Development Associate. This exciting nonprofit organization is under the direction of Jacques Heim, the founding Artistic Director, and Jennifer Cheng, the Executive Director. The position will report to the Chief Operating Officer.
Candidates will be responsible for coordinating Diavolo’s individual giving program and activities, Individual Donor participation, and produce at least four fundraising events yearly . S/He will provide grant writing assistance, manage the development meetings, and provide fundraising resources and assistance to ensure Board development goals are met.
For a full description, please click here. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the position is filled. To apply, send resume and cover letter via email and use the subject line: “Development Associate Application."
Diavolo seeks a creative, energetic, organized Lighting Director (LD). This exciting nonprofit organization is under the direction of Jacques Heim, the founding Artistic Director, and Jennifer Cheng, the Executive Director. The LD will report to the Technical Director and the Artistic Director.
The LD is responsible for executing existing lighting designs associated with Diavolo repertory and creating and maintaining all documents associated with those designs, such as light plots, associated paperwork and cueing data. S/He will support outside designers who may be contracted to create new lighting designs and create new designs as needed for certain situations where an existing design is not workable or appropriate. The ideal candidate will be comfortable with committing to travel with Diavolo for their full season touring schedule. In addition, the LD will be expected to participate in load in and load out calls both in the Diavolo Space as well as at the venues.
The Administrative Assistant at Flamenco Vivo Carlota Santana (FVSC) handles a variety of responsibilities related to the management of both the company and the office. We are looking for someone with an interest in developing themselves in the field of Arts Administration. It is a part-time position (approximately 20 hours/week, must be available Mondays and Wednesdays). Experience with performance booking and management are preferred.
Primary responsibilities include advancing of performances with venue, booking artists for performance, and maintaining the performance calendar, artist fees, and payment schedule. S/He will also support the Studio Manager in marketing, registrations, correspondence, and payments. This position also will manage the database and provide administrative support for grant applications.
To be considered for the position, please email the following to Hanaah Frechette:
G. Schirmer/AMP seeks a Vice President. This is a senior-level position, responsible for the artistic leadership of the G. Schirmer/AMP catalogs and rosters of Pulitzer, Grammy, Oscar, Tony, and Emmy-winning composers. The company seeks highly qualified candidates who possess the vision, leadership, and experience necessary to lead one of the world’s premiere classical music publishing houses in its continued growth and development.
The ideal candidate will have broad knowledge of, and extensive experience in, the classical music industry including familiarity with artist management and artistic administrators/directors, as well as an understanding of issues, trends, and strategies in classical music programming.
Gibney Dance is seeking a Company Producer (CP). The CP is responsible for the overall administration of the Company’s activities and oversees multiple areas of involvement. While tasks and duties vary throughout the year based on the Company’s greatest needs as they occur, the CP’s primary responsibility is the planning and smooth implementation of all Company performances and activities. The CP serves as a liaison between the Company and other departments, and handles all communications and logistics pertaining to the Company. The key areas of responsibility include building a new vision & model for the Company, producing the Company’s artistic programs, and directing company administration.
To apply, please email the items below in one PDF-formatted file with your name as the filename via email. Include “Company Producer" as the email’s subject line. Submissions must include:
Houston Ballet is seeking a Director of Production (DP). Reporting to the General Manager, the DP directs and supervises members of the production and wardrobe team as well as contract IATSE crew heads and oversees all production related activities.
The DP develops production budget and supervises payment of production department related bills and payroll. S/He supervises development of production schedules for all Houston Ballet performances and assists General Manager in developing new production budgets
The DP works with visiting designers, coordinates communication between designers and artistic staff as needed, and works with Technical Director to assess condition of productions and determine maintenance need. The DP builds and maintains props as needed and works directly with Artistic staff to assess rehearsal needs and coordinate artist to production notes during performances..
Hubbard Street Dance Chicago is seeking a dynamic, results-oriented, and mission-driven individual to join Hubbard Street’s External Affairs department. This full time position will allow a detail-oriented, entrepreneurial development professional the opportunity to be part of a coordinated External Affairs team, primarily responsible for successfully planning and executing the Annual Fund campaign and for managing Board engagement activities.
The Board Liaison and Individual Giving Manager will work closely with the Director of External Affairs and the Associate Director of Development to develop and execute a patron centered annual fund campaign. This position will also work closely with the Director of External Affairs and Executive Director on Board engagement for the organization. S/He will manage and oversee the creation of a comprehensive, data driven plan to solicit individual donors (up to $5,000) and will serve as the department leader in regards to data integrity and database procedures.Please click here to view a full job description. To apply, please send cover letter and resume via email.
Island Moving Company is seeking a part time Costume Mistress. Applicants must be able to design and construct garments. Experience in stretch and conventional fabrics is necessary. S/He will work directly with choreographers and dancers and must be organized and flexible enough to schedule fittings and consultations. The position also requires regular maintenance and inventory of costumes.
To apply, please send a resume and cover letter via email.
Organization: Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival
Job Location: Becket, MA
Application Deadline: October 31, 2015
Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival seeks a Digital Initiatives & Marketing Manager (DIMM) to manage and expand the organization's already-successful digital marketing efforts and programs. Responsibilities include managing digital content creation, cross-platform social media strategy, design and distribution of all Jacob's Pillow email campaigns, project management for Jacob's Pillow Dance Interactive, and more.
The DIMM will support the success of one of Jacob's Pillow, home to an international dance festival, The School at Jacob's Pillow, dance archives, community programs, digital resources including the award-winning Jacob's Pillow Dance Interactive, and more. S/He will work with and create strategy and content to support the 50+ international dance companies presented at the Festival each year.
The Dance Curator (DC) reports to the Director of the Library for the Performing Arts and is a member of the Director’s senior management team. The DC has primary responsibility for administration of the Jerome Robbins Dance Division, the world's largest and most comprehensive archive of dance. Responsibilities include promoting and facilitating use of the collection, initiating outreach to the dance and dance research communities, and recommending collections for acquisition. The DC is tasked with both building a collection and community that will see the division into the future and preserving the legacy of the division’s past.
The DC holds one of the most respected leadership positions in the global dance research community. S/He nurtures current relationships and develops new collaborations with the world’s most celebrated dance figures and organizations. As leader of the world's most comprehensive dance collection that is free and accessible to all users, the curator ensures that the collection not only continues to flourish, but is an accessible worldwide resource. The DC is a dance expert who will cultivate the subject expertise of the Dance Division staff and will develop initiatives that will maximize the use of the collection and increase community engagement.For a full job description and to apply, please click here.
The Joyce Theater Foundation, Inc. seeks a part-time visiting Company Manager (CM) to assist with ticketing arrangements for its dance presentations. On-site evening and weekend hours are required; the CM is present prior to and for the first half hour of all performances (evenings at 7:30 or 8pm; matinees at 2pm). Advance work with the visiting companies via phone and email is also required, but can be performed off-site. Pay is $50 per performance.
The ideal candidate will have extreme attention to detail, superior customer service skills, and experience using Tessitura. S/He must be able to work required weeks: Sep 21, Sep 28; Oct 5; Nov 9, 30; Jan 4, 11; Feb 1, 15, 22, 29; Mar 14, 21, 28; Apr 18, 25; May 2, 9, 16, 23, 30; Jul 10, 17, Jul 24; Aug 7, 14. The Joyce Theater is an EOE and AA employer.
To apply, please send cover letter and resume to Andrew Lerer-Marandino via email.back to top
The Development Associate is primarily responsible for supporting The Joyce Theater Foundation’s individual giving program and assists with the overall fundraising efforts undertaken by the organization. The Joyce raises contributed income from individuals, foundations, corporations, and government agencies, and holds two major fundraising events annually. This position works closely with the Individual Giving Manager to manage and grow the organization’s direct mail campaigns and participates in ongoing donor stewardship around Joyce performances and programs around New York City.
The successful candidate will be a positive, detail-oriented, and highly organized individual with self-starting initiative who can effectively prioritize their workload to accommodate a busy and varied department. This position requires an individual with exceptional telephone skills, poise, and the ability to juggle multiple assignments. S/He must be available to work select evenings and weekends.back to top
The Joyce Theater Foundation seeks an Institutional Giving Manager (IGM) to serve as a member of a three-person institutional giving team and an eight-person Development department. With a newly defined and more focused role, the IGM will primarily be responsible for corporate and foundation relations and provide core administrative support for The Joyce’s institutional giving fundraising efforts. Goals include maintaining and increasing the number and diversity of The Joyce’s base of 45 institutional funders and growing associated annual giving of $3.2 million. Managing a portfolio of corporate and foundation funders, this position will provide essential support by researching, writing, and adapting materials for proposals, reports, letters, and electronic solicitations; managing donor fulfillment and recognition plans; and implementing varied strategies to meet and exceed The Joyce’s institutional giving goals.
Les Grands Ballets Canadiens de Montreal seeks an Artistic Director (AD). The AD reports directly to the Board and is responsible for the company’s look, repertoire, choreography, programming, and is an artistic leader. With a mind to fiscal responsibility, and a vision that includes the community’s desire for entertainment, artistic achievement; the AD develops an environment for artistic growth through exciting artistic plans and accomplished artistic staff.
The AD must be able to plan and execute exciting artistic programs on an international scale. It is important that the AD leads the company by working in the studio, as a teacher, coach, repetiteur, or choreographer. A reputation for artistic quality and the contacts and ability to bring the world’s greatest contemporary choreographer’s work to the repertoire of the Company. The ability to identify and attract the best dancers, teachers, coaches, designers, composers and upcoming choreographers to Montreal. Personally at ease with public speaking, community relations, and fund-raising, the Company’s primary ambassador and part of the Montreal community. The ability to speak French or a willingness to learn is essential.back to top
Organization: Lyric Performing Arts Center
Job Location: Baltimore, MD
Application Deadline: October 16, 2015
Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director (ED) is responsible for general operations, budget development, strategic planning, general administration, revenue generation, and community partnerships, overseeing staff working in such areas as marketing, fund-raising, programming, box office, front of house, technical and artistic operations, building maintenance, and finance.
The Lyric Performing Arts Center seeks a strategic and visionary leader who will:
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Mark DeGarmo Dance seeks an emerging dance education professional to administrate and expand our program and assist in building the educational capacity for our growing organization. The full-time position is an excellent growth opportunity for an emerging career professional to build on our dance education foundation of nearly 30 years working with the NYC Department of Education. The Education Program Associate will report to the Executive & Artistic Director.
Mark DeGarmo Dance seeks a dance education professional to administrate and expand the program by building educational capacity for its growing organization. The full-time position is an excellent growth opportunity for a skilled career professional to build on our dance education foundation of nearly 30 years working with the NYC Department of Education. The Education Program Manager (EPM) will report to the Executive & Artistic Director.
The EPM should have three to five years of experience as an EPM for nonprofit organizations with dance, dance education, and youth service programs. Qualified candidates will have excellent administrative, organizational, and program and time-management skills, in addition to exceptional attention to detail and deadlines. A dance education, administrative expertise, and deep working knowledge of the NYC DOE are required. S/He should have experience raising and reporting on funds from schools and other sources. A Master's degree or equivalent is preferred. It is a plus if candidates are bilingual in Spanish and English.
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Organization: Mark DeGarmo Dance
Job Location: New York, NY
Mark DeGarmo Dance is accepting applicants to join their team of Teaching Artists. This is a great opportunity at a program of national significance for experienced graduates of Dance and Dance Education programs who have a commitment to inner-city education (PreK–Grade 5). This is a 1- to 3-day per week artistic staff (W-2) permanent position with payroll benefits.
Mark DeGarmo Dance
107 Suffolk Street, Studio 310
New York, NY 10002
Miami City Ballet is seeking a VIP Services Coordinator to advance the Development Department’s fundraising goals by providing superb donor stewardship and cultivation. The VIP Services Coordinator serves as a VIP Concierge, managing all donor ticketing, and on-site special events needs. In addition, this position works closely with the Director of Development to steward and enhance donor and prospect relationships.
The VIP Service Coordinator holds the following responsibilities:
To apply, please send a resume and cover letter here.back to top
Nashville Ballet seeks a Box Office Associate (BOA). The main focus of the BOA is to work closely with the Box Office Manager to execute all aspects of ticket sales on behalf of Nashville Ballet and the School of Nashville Ballet during peak seasonal times. The BOA will provide day-to-day customer service, facilitate group sales, and execute season ticket transactions. This position utilizes Tessitura for all ticket functions. This is a part-time seasonal position.
The School of Nashville Ballet seeks an enthusiastic customer service-oriented professional who enjoys engaging with parents and students in a high volume environment. The School Associate (SA) will report to the School Manager, with day to day school operations supervised by the School Registrar to ensure accurate and timely entry of information into MindBody, the school’s primary software. This position involves a high level of customer service, including extensive written and verbal communication with prospective students and their parents, along with the ability to manage multiple projects.
The SA will work autonomously and as a member of a group to achieve strategic goals. Individuals who are energetic self-starters, who are able to function comfortably in a fast paced, team environment and relate well to students/families and customers are well suited to this position. This position requires flexibility and the ability to manage time and multiple tasks.
Reporting to ODC Theater’s Programing and Operations Manager, the ODC Client Relations Associate is primarily responsible for ensuring that studio tenants (ODC School classes, resident artists, renters, etc.) and Theater renters have access to the Theater building and their assigned studios. This position also provides administrative support to ODC staff (campus wide) with both regular duties and special projects as assigned. This position is part-time/seasonal, with approximately 20 hours per week.
The ideal candidate will be proficient in Microsoft Office Suite. S/He should have excellent verbal and written communication skills, excellent relationship-building skills, and the ability to work with a wide variety of internal and external stakeholders (including children and parents). S/He should be highly organized, deadline-oriented, flexible with the ability to multi-task, and a team player with a proactive, "can do," service- oriented attitude.For a full job description, please click here. Please email resume and cover letter, referencing "Client Relations Associate" in the subject line.
Reporting to the Executive Committee of the Board of Directors, the Executive Director (ED) will be a forward-thinking entrepreneurial leader who will both create and implement a future vision and plan for Opera Naples (ON). The scope of responsibility in this position will include leading all contributed and earned revenue initiatives through marketing and development, structuring the staff, and, along with the Board, building audience, donor, sponsor, volunteer, and community relationships. The individual will maintain a high professional profile in the community, and will foster national relationships with artists, agents, collaborators, and producers to lead on into its next era of success and visibility. While sophisticated and able to engage with major donors, the ED will be a hands-on manager who pays attention to great detail and has an ability to instill loyalty in staff, all associates, and supporters of ON.
The Performing Arts Workshop is seeking an Executive Director (ED). This is an exciting time for the Workshop and for the organization’s new leader. The ED will be walking into a strong organization in very solid financial health that has a clear strategy for program and fundraising laid out for the coming five years.This stability and credibility in combination with its strong history provides the flexibility and opportunity for the organization to continue to leverage and expand upon its deep impact.
The successful candidate will have commitment to the Workshop’s core values of: collaboration and commitment; impact; social justice and equity; creative approach and process; operational excellence; and a culture of learning. To view a full job description, please click here. To apply or nominate someone else, please send a letter explaining interest, current resume, and salary history via email. Include “The Workshop” in the subject line. All nominations and expressions of interest will be held in strict confidence.
Job Location: Glassboro, NJ
Application Deadline: December 15, 2015
Rowan University’s Department of Theatre and Dance invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Dance. Responsibilities include teaching at least three courses each semester including: modern technique courses, classic and contemporary modern dance repertory, Creative Dance for Children, Elements of Dance, and other areas of expertise. The ideal candidate will be an outstanding educator with a passion for providing transformational learning experiences and who has the energy, enthusiasm, and expertise to advance the BA in Dance program. A PhD or MFA in Dance and significant professional experience is required. Significant training in modern/postmodern dance technique and three years of college teaching is essential. The successful candidate will have an aptitude for working collaboratively and possess strong leadership skills.
For more information and to apply, please click here.
The Associate Director of Adult Education and Audience Engagement (ADAE) will oversee the development and execution of engaging and accessible education programs designed to serve audience members (as well as SF Ballet staff and School students) with the ultimate goal of improving audience members’ knowledge of ballet. This candidate will craft a pedagogically sound framework for adult education and define innovative strategies for engagement and learning. S/He will base their work on current research and best practices in the fields of dance education, educational psychology, and curriculum design. The ADAE will serve as an advocate for dance literacy within the institution and in the wider regional and national dance communities. S/He will participate in crafting educational content for website, publications and other channels, and in planning and implementing digital and event-based education/engagement strategies.
An MA/MFA in dance, dance education, or equivalent professional job experience is required for this position. The ADAE should also have a minimum five years of experience in the field of dance education. For more details, please click here.back to top
Christensen Society and Membership Manager provides leadership for the development and management of a comprehensive fundraising program that provides approximately $2.5 million of annual support from individuals to San Francisco Ballet. This position is responsible for a portfolio of prospects capable of making gifts of $5,000 or more. The Manager supervises the Christensen Society Officer, Membership Manager, and in conjunction with the Director, an Individual Gifts Associate. The Manager also coordinates fundraising from Christensen Society donors and members for the Ballet’s endowment campaign.
For more information and to apply, please click here.
Under minimal supervision, the Payroll Manager manages all aspects related to San Francisco Ballet’s payroll for all employees, including those covered by collective bargaining agreements. BA/BS degree or equivalent is required, and a certified Payroll Professional is desirable. The ideal candidate will hold 3-5 years relevant experience managing payroll administration and general ledger reconciliation within a complex collective bargaining environment. S/He should have proven experience with system automation and experience with ADP PayExpert.
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Organization: Todd Rosenlieb Dance
Job Location: Norfolk, VA
Application Deadline: October 10, 2015
Todd Rosenlieb Dance seeks an experienced strategic, entrepreneurial, and hands on Executive Director (ED) who will provide leadership, create vision, and carry out planning and programming for all aspects of TRDance. The ED will be responsible for all activities and operations of TRDance, Virginia Ballet Theatre, and all aspects of TRDance Academy and the TRDance Center, including: fundraising, program development and delivery, operations, marketing, public relations, human resources, and fiscal management, to deliver best in class customer experience.
The ED works closely with and reports directly to the Board of Directors and to the Artistic Director. The ED works with the TRDance and Virginia Ballet Theatre staff to ensure that performance, Academy students, and rental clients have the creative and technical resources they need, and that the selection of programming is reflective of the organization’s mission and goals.
The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of 5 years of full-time experience. A Master's degree in arts management, business, or a related field is preferred. S/He should have excellent organizational, time-management, leadership, and budgeting/financial skills. A high level of fundraising and development experience is required.To apply, please send letter of intent, resume, three references, and salary history/requirements via email.
The Account Manager (AM) is an active member of the Client Service team that delivers TRG’s data-driven, best practice counsel aimed at achieving revenue and patronage results for each client. The AM will:
Please read the full job description here. To apply, please send resume and cover letter via email specifying how you meet the required qualifications to Claudia van Poperingen, Director of Data Services.
Tulsa Ballet seeks a Director for the Center for Dance Education. The Director will be responsible for the opening of the Hardesty Center for Dance Education, a new $9M state-of-the-art facility and second campus for the school. Successful candidates will possess a comprehensive understanding of the sophisticated management needs of a ballet school of significant scale.
The Washington Ballet (TWB) seeks a DanceDC Instructor for TWB’s education outreach program called DanceDC; TWB @THEARC is the headquarters of TWB’s education department and the Southeast Campus of The Washington School of Ballet. This full-time faculty position will be assigned to teach classes at partnered DanceDC schools, and also possibly at The Washington School of Ballet.
The candidate will possess 3 to 5 years teaching experience in ballet to children of varying levels especially in outreach setting. The candidate must possess and demonstrate classical ballet knowledge, a willingness to embrace the school’s curriculum and demonstrate proficiency in choreography. The candidate will have an understanding of practical forms of dance education including arts experience and arts integration which are essential to the company’s educational mission.
Successful candidates will lead classes and instruct students in ballet at The Washington School of Ballet and in public school settings through the DanceDC program. Collaboration with students, parents, and school and company administration is required. The candidate’s knowledge of community engagement training is a plus. Previous experience in the non-profit sector is preferred. Additional duties include preparing and rehearsing dance routines for a variety of school and community performances.
The Washington Ballet (TWB) is seeking a Special Events Manager (SEM). The SEM oversees the planning and execution of all special events for TWB, including major fundraising events and the annual gala, as well as opening night parties, donor cultivation events and events sponsored by the Ballet’s volunteer groups, including the Jeté Society and the Women’s Committee. S/He creates and implements a comprehensive special events calendar for each fiscal year and manages all special events budgets to ensure the budgeted net revenue goals are achieved.
The SEM reports to the Director of Development and is a collaborative member of a Development Team with overall responsibility for raising unrestricted and restricted gifts in support of TWB, its School, and Community Engagement programs.'
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Yomenko provides motivational movement programming to the eldercare industry. Yomenko is seeking compassionate and physically active individuals to train to become Movement Motivational Instructors in various cities in Florida.
Ideal candidates will have good rhythm and will be vibrant, kind hearted, and dynamic. Applicants should be creative, responsible, and should bring positive energy to environments that are challenging. The successful candidate would have compassion for seniors and would enjoy blending the healing arts such as Yoga and Tai Chi with dance to enhance the quality of life for seniors. Reliable transportation is essential.
This is a training program that could become become full-time for a motivated, entrepreneurial individual. Paid training and thereafter candidate would split fees with company ($65-80/ going program rate). A successful instructor could earn up to 30k per annum.
To apply, please send a resume and picture/video of you dancing with a partner, a description on why you are a good candidate.
*postings updated as of October 8, 2015.