|Director of Annual Funds||Atlanta Ballet||Atlanta, GA||The Director of the Annual Fund reports to the Chief Advancement Officer and is a key leader and frontline fundraiser on Atlanta Ballet’s Advancement team, responsible for planning and execution of annual giving strategies. The Director is responsible for broad-base communications through direct response, email, and digital and social media to acquire, engage, cultivate, steward, and upgrade Dancer’s Circle donors (giving up to $10,000). A special focus of the Director’s responsibilities is to grow the Annual Fund, which requires high-touch stewardship through a significant acquisition campaign of personalized cultivation touch points. The Director will have one direct report – the Membership Coordinator||Interested applicants should submit a cover letter and resume for consideration to HRinfo@nullatlantaballet.com||September 30, 2023
|Assistant Stage Manager ||Philadelphia Ballet||Philadelphia PA||The Assistant Stage Manager for Philadelphia Ballet is responsible for supporting the production and stage management departments during theater rehearsals and performances including attending production meetings, running rehearsals, clerical organization, and insuring the smooth execution of the performances. The Assistant Stage Manager is required to hold union membership in AGMA. ||https://philadelphiaballet.bamboohr.com/careers/57||October 1, 2023
|Teaching Artist||Dancing Classrooms New York City||New York, NY||We are looking for dancers, movers, social dancers, ballroom dancers, movement explorers, dance educators…any and all who find joy in expressing through movement. Be a part of the excitement and develop your own skills by joining our Teaching Artist team! DC is currently hiring Teaching Artists to teach our Dancing With Rhythm & Stories (K-2nd Grade), Core Program (4th & 5th Grade), and After-School Program (K-8th Grade). Applicants may apply to be a part of as many programs as they are interested in.||All interested must apply via this link: https://forms.gle/uwSJxWAvGZpdbdRHA ||October 20, 2023
|Teaching Artist||Dancing Classrooms||New York City Metropolitan Area||DC is currently hiring Teaching Artists to teach our Dancing With Rhythms & Stories (K-2nd Grade), Core Program (4th & 5th Grade), and After-School Program (K-8th Grade). Applicants may apply to be a part of as many programs as they are interested in.||"Apply using this link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSemaJiV3_NZm3blxstGXpxmIj5KfSCby5JH4fOKIA07k59PPA/viewform|
|October 20, 2023
|Wardrobe Supervisor||Philadelphia Ballet||Philadelphia, PA||Summary/Objective The Wardrobe Supervisor is essential to the production team of Philadelphia Ballet, collaborating closely with designers, production team members, artistic associates, and the artistic director to ensure that all projects produced at Philadelphia Ballet are executed to the highest possible standard. The Wardrobe Supervisor is responsible for securing and/or maintaining costumes for the main company, which include pre-show, and post-show needs for all performances. The position works closely with the Director of Production, Stage Manager and Assistant Stage Manager to run all productions efficiently. The Wardrobe Supervisor works intimately with the dancers and is required to handle issues with discretion, prioritize privacy, and value creating a comfortable work environment. When not in performance, the Wardrobe Supervisor works in the Costume Shop. Duties assigned may include stitching, hair, makeup, or other tasks. The Wardrobe Supervisor is a management position with responsibility for supervising wardrobe and costuming staff. Essential Functions: Manage and direct all Philadelphia Ballet wardrobe staff including over-hire staff in achieving the artistic needs of the company. Attend production meetings, studio run throughs, and technical rehearsals as necessary. Manage and direct wardrobe backstage needs for all mainstage productions and educational matinees. Maintenance and cleaning of costumes during all production runs, including doing show laundry Maintain backstage wardrobe spaces including dressing rooms quick change booths, and any storage shelves, racks, or tables in a clean and orderly manner. Restocking, cleaning, and maintaining costume storage and workspaces as requested. Takedown and pack up wardrobe following performances. Participate in costume build process including pulling, patterning, stitching, and draping. Coordinate costumes for remounted productions as may be requested. Prepare and submit wardrobe payroll to Director of Production. Other duties as required.||https://philadelphiaballet.bamboohr.com/careers/77||October 1, 2023
|Teaching Artists||Dancing Classrooms||New York, NY||DC is currently hiring Teaching Artists to teach our Dancing With Rhythms & Stories (K-2nd Grade), Core Program (4th & 5th Grade), and After-School Program (K-8th Grade). Applicants may apply to be a part of as many programs as they are interested in.||Apply using this link: https://forms.gle/uwSJxWAvGZpdbdRHA ||October 20, 2023
|Musicians ||Miami City Ballet||Miami Beach||"Job Title: Performance Musicians Department: Community Engagement Reports to: Director of Community Engagement Status: Part-time/ Non-Exempt Salary: $50 per class/ 50 - 60 minutes Miami City Ballet seeks to develop and nurture its diversity. Miami City Ballet is committed to maintaining an inclusive community that recognizes and values the inherent worth and dignity of every person; fosters tolerance, sensitivity, understanding, and mutual respect. Miami City Ballet is an EEO employer fully committed to achieving a diverse workforce. All individuals, including minorities, women, individuals with disabilities, and protected veterans are encouraged to apply. QUALIFICATIONS: • Command of the technical aspects of the piano, percussion, or drums • Varied repertoire (pop, classical, funk, jazz, etc.) with the ability to improvise to meet the needs of different dance genres and styles • Play dynamically, expressively, energetically and with a sense of theatricality • Experience accompanying dance (a plus) • Flexible and able to adapt to the needs of different school communities • Committed to culturally responsive and inclusive teaching practices • Collaborative; thrive in a team dynamic in which power and responsibility are shared • Reliable, consistent, and always on time ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: JOB DUTIES / RESPONSIBILITIES • Accompany in-person classes in Miami City Ballet Community Engagement, partner schools • Arrange, compose, and serve as music director for mid-year and culminating performances • Participate in required professional development, including a fall training August 16-18, 2023 • Complete an annual review and meet with the MCB Community Engagement leadership • Submit weekly invoices"||REQUIREMENTS|
• Ability to work once a year on our Summer Dance Camps in Palm Beach, Broward, and Miami Dade.
• Required to attend paid professional and specialized trainings for new musicians
• Offers for employment are contingent upon the candidate having successfully completed a Level 2 background check and fingerprinting
• Must be currently authorized to work in the United States for any employer. No visa sponsorship is available for this position.
To apply, please send:
2. Cover letter briefly outlining your experience in relation to the qualifications and selection criteria above
Email your application to email@example.com with the title of the role you are applying for in the subject line. No agencies or phone calls, please.
|September 30, 2023
|Choreographer||Solomon Schechter Day School - Schechter Boston||Newton, MA||Schechter Boston, an innovative school with a thriving arts department and a collaborative environment, is seeking an experienced and engaging Choreographer for our musical theater productions. This is a stipend position working with our students in grades 4-5 and 6-7 during their theater rehearsals. Rehearsals for Grades 4-5 are on Tuesday from 3:00-4:30. Rehearsals for Grades 6-7 are on Mondays from 3:15-5:15 and Wednesdays from 3:15-4:15. Some flexibility with time commitment will be considered. See below for specific dates and times. Qualifications: A BFA in Musical Theater/Dance or equivalent experience; Demonstrated knowledge of choreographing theater productions Experience working with middle school students; Passion about teaching dance Positive attitude and a sense of humor. Very competitive salary based on experience and availability to commit to schedule.||Resume and cover to: firstname.lastname@example.org||September 30, 2023
|Director of Marketing & Communications||Ballet Hispánico||New York, NY||Reporting to the Chief Managing Director and working closely with the Artistic Director & CEO, School of Dance Director, Chief Engagement and Inclusion Officer, and the Director of Development, the DoMC will lead and inspire the in-house staff, as well as contract publicists, graphic designers, photographers, and videographers. In this period of transition for the Marketing & Communications department, there is an opportunity to revisit ho||https://www.tomocgroup.com/jobs-listing/ballet-hispanico-director-marketing-communications||October 8, 2023
|Chief Operating Officer||Nashville Ballet||Nashville||" Our Mission: We create, perform, teach and promote dance as an essential and inspiring element of our community. Our Mission: We create, perform, teach and promote dance as an essential and inspiring element of our community. Culture: Everything we do at Nashville Ballet we do in furtherance of our mission. It is why we exist. Our Vision for Nashville Ballet will be a company that is recognized internationally as an artistically excellent center of dance that is innovative, influential and financially strong. Every employee at Nashville Ballet is in the unique position to live, impact and lead our culture. Our Enduring Values • We believe in the transformative power of art. • We inspire appreciation for the art of ballet. • We strive for excellence with integrity in all we do. • We respect one another and the art form. The understanding of and the ability to not only support but celebrate our culture is essential to each and every person at Nashville Ballet. Nashville Ballet Diversity Statement: Nashville Ballet is invested in creating a diverse, equitable, and inclusive community. We believe we can best achieve our mission by creating a climate of respect that is supportive of all voices, celebrating diverse stories, increasing arts access, and sparking communal discussion about our community and our world through our art form and our artistic programming. When considering the diversity of the Nashville Ballet community, we look at all aspects, including: race, gender, age, socioeconomic status, special needs, geographic (rural/urban), and sexual orientation. However, Nashville Ballet recognizes the racial inequalities that have plagued the dance world for far too long and is deeply committed to educating our constituencies on systemic racism, engaging in antiracist work in every branch of our organization, and doing our part to abolish racial inequalities in ballet. Nashville Ballet provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws. Job Description for Chief Operating Officer Reports To: Artistic Director & CEO Area of Responsibility: Overall organizational fiscal and personnel management Wage Classification: Exempt Position Summary: The Chief Operating Officer (COO) is a leader, with exceptional executive arts administration experience, who oversees the financial, personnel, and organizational health and sustainability of Nashville Ballet. The COO is responsible for comprehensively supporting Nashville Ballet’s Artistic Director & CEO, and leads the organization in the management and operations of the company and School of the Nashville Ballet, the support of artistic and educational productions and programs, and the furthering of the ballet’s long-term strategic objectives. The COO will be one of the “faces” of the institution in the Nashville and global community, an implementer of the Artistic Director’s vision, an exceptionally effective fundraiser, and an excellent communicator and listener both in and outside the organization. Essential Operational Functions and Competencies: • Administration and leadership of overall ballet operations including management of daily operations and development of policy and program objectives in coordination with the Artistic Director & CEO. • Directly oversees directors of Development, School Administrative Director, and other manager-level staff as appropriate • Meets with and reports to the CEO about the company’s daily operation, as well as about the CEO’s plans for any upcoming adjustments or developments to business operations strategy, or other organization goals and objectives • Oversee and implement, with director of development, long term strategies to develop and cultitivate new sources of unearned revenue • Fiscal management of the organization, in collaboration with CFO, including the development and implementation of an annual budget in collaboration with the Artistic Director & CEO and the development and implementation of strategies to effectively manage costs and increase revenues. • With the Artistic Director CEO, responsible for the execution and supervision of all marketing and audience development activities of Nashville Ballet. • With direction from the Artistic Director & CEO, provides data, research, information and recommendations to the Chairman of the Board of Directors and Board Committees in the creation of policies, programs and strategic direction of the organization. • Supports all activities determined by Board of Directors, and assists in Board meeting coordination, scheduling, location, development of agenda and meeting materials. Assists in the formation of board committees including participation and attendance where appropriate. • Represent Nashville Ballet at functions and professional conferences as appropriate to maintain Nashville Ballet’s profile in local, regional, national and global communites; identify opportunities to collaborate, support and receive support from other businesses, government agencies and organizations. • Provides leadership of direct reports in the development and implementation of short and long-range plans, policies and other activities established in coordination with Artistic Director & CEO and Board of Directors. • Responsible for management of direct reports, including interviewing, making recommendations for hiring, training, planning, delegating and supervising work; scheduling; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems. • In collaboration with Artistic Director and Board, ensures compliance with legal and other regulatory requirements; and implements appropriate control systems as required. Essential Human Resources Functions and Competencies: Oversee high-level human resource strategies and planning; track and communicate the company’s progress towards key goals, and partner with CEO to establish human resources objectives in alignment with organizational priorities. Ensures compliance with federal and state legislation pertaining to personnel matters and regulatory fillings, mailing, audits and personnel files. Manages conflict resolution through structured feedback, evaluation process, staff development and training opportunities, and staff recognition Works closely with CEO on the overall strategy, purpose, and vision of the entire Human Resources function: benefits, payroll, 401k, recruitment, learning and development, culture, performance management, and succession planning. Manages performance of benefit vendors including third-party benefit administrators to ensure our employees are receiving proper education and assistance with their benefit needs. This would include annual open enrollment Participates on HR Committee and the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee of the Board Oversees the management of emergency plans, including communication, testing, and staff training General Responsibilities: • Supports Artistic Director & CEO in day-to-day and strategic operations. • Provides overall leadership, all Human Resources functions, and management of Nashville Ballet budget, staff, and volunteers and board culture. Abilities: • Strategic Vision and Agility – ability to think strategically, anticipate future consequences and trends, and incorporate them into organizational management and planning, including ability to pivot or change direction as needed • Capacity Building – ability to effectively build organization and staff capacity, developing a top-notch workforce and the processes for organizational efficiencies. • Leadership and Organization – exceptional capacity for managing and leading people; a team builder who has experience in scaling up organizations; ability to create effective staff communications both individually and throughout the organization; capacity to enforce accountability; to empower and develop leaders from the bottom up, lead from the top down, cultivate entrepreneurship, and learn the strengths and weaknesses of the team so as to put people in the position to succeed. • Action Oriented – enjoys working hard and looks for challenges; able to act and react as necessary, even if limited information is available; not afraid to take charge of a situation; can overcome resistance to leadership and take unpopular stands when necessary. • General Management – thorough understanding of finance systems, and HR; broad experience with the full range of business functions and systems, including strategic development and planning, budgeting, business analysis, finance, information systems, human resources and marketing. Physical Demands: The physical demands described here are a non-exhaustive list of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to handle, feel, talk and hear. The employee is frequently required to stand, walk, and reach with hands and arms above the shoulder. The employee is frequently required to sit and occasionally stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl. The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 10 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 40 pounds Work Environment: The work environment characteristics described here are representative to those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the noise level in the work environment is usually low to moderate. Desired Start Date: September 1, 2023 Salary Range: $110,000 - $130,000 Work Requirements and Qualifications 1. Education: Master's Degree is preferred or Bachelor’s Degree with commensurate experience. 2. Experience: At least 5 years of Executive leadership in arts administration and HR experience from similarly sized institution. Five years or more of demonstrated, increased management responsibility. 3. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: • Excellent communicator • Effective partnership and leadership skills • Problem solver • HR leadership • Mentor with grace, candor and passion To Apply: To be considered for the position, please email the items below in one PDF-formatted file with your name as the filename, i.e. JohnSmith.pdf, to email@example.com. Include “Chief Operating Officer” as the email’s subject line. 1. A substantive cover letter including the following information: a. where you found the position listed, b. your interest in the position and the organization, c. the date you are available to start, and d. contact information for three professional references e. leadership experience f. leadership style and how this will promote in this role. 2. A résumé no longer than two (2) pages outlining your educational and professional experience. Incomplete submissions will not be considered nor will submissions sent via postal mail or fax. No calls please. Thank you! Prospective applicants are strongly encouraged to review our website at www.nashvilleballet.com prior to submitting materials for consideration"||"To Apply:|
To be considered for the position, please email the items below in one PDF-formatted file with your name as the filename, i.e. JohnSmith.pdf, to firstname.lastname@example.org. Include “Chief Operating Officer” as the email’s subject line.
1. A substantive cover letter including the following information:
a. where you found the position listed,
b. your interest in the position and the organization,
c. the date you are available to start, and
d. contact information for three professional references
e. leadership experience
f. leadership style and how this will promote in this role.
2. A résumé no longer than two (2) pages outlining your educational and professional experience.
Incomplete submissions will not be considered nor will submissions sent via postal mail or fax. No calls please. Thank you!
Prospective applicants are strongly encouraged to review our website at www.nashvilleballet.com prior to submitting materials for consideration
|Senior Marketing Manager||Oregon Ballet Theatre||Portland, OR||POSITION . The Senior Marketing Manage is an integral part of the marketing team, contributing to planning, execution, support and evaluation of all Single Ticket and Subscription campaigns for OBT’s main stage productions as well as collaborating with OBT School staff in support of our growing student body, and takes a lead in developing social media strategy, content, and monitoring engagement. Project manage publication of performance playbills; Google Adwords sponsorship and paid display campaigns; support team with initiatives to connect and share ballet with diverse populations, providing support to other OBT departments; assist with Audience Development activities, coordinate all front-of-house activities related to marketing during performances, layout and update performance casting sheets, work across all departments to share ballet with diverse populations. The Senior Marketing Manager will supervise the Video Content Manager. A full job description is available at https://www.obt.org/about-obt/employment/. REQUIREMENTS. 4-5 years’ progressive experience in marketing and communication, preferably in performing arts; excellent communication skills, especially writing, specific experience in Google Analytics, Google Ad Words. Social media planning platforms such as Later, email providers such as Wordfly, Mail Chimp, and Survey Monkey, online design software such as Canva; basic knowledge of Photoshop, InDesign, and video editing preferred. Prefer background in dance administration and experience working with families and youth in diverse populations. Employment contingent on background check. COMPENSATION: $55,000. – $65,000. annually||Submit a cover letter and resume to email@example.com. Applications will be reviewed as they are received, and the position will remain open until filled||September 20, 2023
|Major Gifts Manager, Individuals||Oregon Ballet Theatre||Portland, OR||. The Major Gifts Manager, Individuals leads the cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of a portfolio of 250 individuals each giving at least $1,000.00 annually, and over $500,000.00 in aggregate. Portfolio constituents include current and lapsed donors, representatives of corporate supporters, and donor prospects among subscribers, individual ticket buyers, and fundraising event attendees. This position is pivotal to OBT’s development team, working collaboratively and strategically with staff, executive leadership, and the Board of Trustees. This position operates as a frontline fundraiser, relationship manager, and project manager for the individual funder pipeline identifying and cultivating new prospective funders through active portfolio management, and ensuring all reporting and benefits are fulfilled and is an external-facing representative of the organization with donors, stakeholders, and artists at OBT performances, events, and functions. A full job description is available at https://www.obt.org/about-obt/employment/. QUALIFICATIONS. 3-5 years of successful professional, volunteer and/or lived experience raising at least $300,000. annually from individual major donors in a non-profit setting. Must have exceptionally strong relationship-management skills. Strategic and analytical thinker with research skills. Successful experience leveraging, coaching, and supporting Boards in fundraising. Experience with CRMs, with Tessitura preferred. COMPENSATION: $55,000. – $65,000. annually ||Submit a cover letter and resume or CV to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications will be reviewed as they are received, and the position will remain open until filled. A full job description can be obtained at obt.org/about-obt/employment/.||September 20, 2023
|Stage Manager (CAEA)||The National Ballet of Canada||Toronto, Ontario, Canada||The National Ballet of Canada is seeking an experienced full-time Stage Manager to start immediately to be part of a dedicated and highly skilled production team working under the Canadian Actors Equity Agreement (NBA).||Qualified candidates are to forward their resume and cover letter, including the contact information for 3 (three) professional references as a single PDF document to HR@nullnational.ballet.ca with the subject heading: "Equity Stage Manager". We are looking to fill the position immediately. The posting will remain open until filled. ||Open Until Filled
|Teaching Artist||Dancing Classrooms||New York, NY||DC is currently hiring Teaching Artists to teach our Dancing With Rhythms & Stories (K-2nd Grade), Core Program (4th & 5th Grade), and After-School Program (K-8th Grade). Applicants may apply to be a part of as many programs as they are interested in.||To get started, complete an online application form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSemaJiV3_NZm3blxstGXpxmIj5KfSCby5JH4fOKIA07k59PPA/viewform||October 20, 2023
|Student Services Specialist||The Joffrey Ballet||Chicago, IL||The Student Services Specialist helps to maintain smooth daily administrative operations of The Joffrey Academy of Dance, and ensures successfully run Summer Intensive Programs each year. This position is directly responsible for managing and supervising the Joffrey’s Reception team and Summer Chaperones, including scheduling, hiring, onboarding, initial and ongoing training, and task delegation. The Student Services Specialist works closely with the Academy team in planning, coordinating, and implementing longand short-term objectives, goals, and projects. This role serves as a key representative of The Joffrey Academy of Dance, developing and maintaining supportive relationships with hundreds of students and families.||Please visit our Career Center on company's website. ||October 4, 2023
|Artistic Director||Alberta Ballet||Calgary, Alberta Canada||Reporting to the Board of Directors alongside the President and CEO, the Artistic Director will be responsible for conceiving, developing, and implementing a dynamic, creative, and exciting artistic vision, that resonates with audiences and maximizes ticket sales. Serving as the organization’s public face and spokesperson, they will be an active community presence, cultivating and deepening relationships with a wide range of stakeholders, while activating the organization’s growth and reputation locally, nationally, and internationally. The Artistic Director will provide inspirational leadership, fostering strong collaborations across all areas of the organization. They will ensure that all artistic decisions are made in alignment with the organization’s mission, vision, and values. ||"To submit a cover letter, resume with a summary of demonstrable accomplishments (electronic submissions preferred), please click here or visit artsconsulting.com/opensearches. For questions or general inquiries about this job opportunity, please contact:|
Bruce D. Thibodeau, President
Geoff Chang, Vice President
1811 4th Street SW, Suite 523
Calgary, Alberta T2S 1W2
Tel (888) 234.4236 Ext. 201 (Dr. Thibodeau) Ext. 218 (Chang)
|Open Until Filled
|Executive Director||Cashion Cultural Legacy||San Jose, CA||The Cashion Cultural Legacy Board of Directors seeks a dynamic and experienced leader to serve as full-time Executive Director to advance the mission and vision of its nonprofit arts organization. Cashion Cultural Legacy is home to Los Lupeños de San José, one of the first organized Mexican Folklórico Dance Organizations in the United States. Sister programming include a Dance Academy, a Youth Ensemble, and two dance-related projects. The Executive Director serves as the chief operating officer of the Cashion Cultural Legacy, working closely with and reporting to the Board of Directors. The Executive Director directs and administers all programs, operations and policies in addition to supervising a staff of approximately 10.||Apply Here: https://www.indeed.com/job/executive-director-9bd315f28610369b?||December 31, 2023
|Development Director||The Rock School for Dance Education||Philadelphia, PA||The Rock School for Dance Education seeks a Development Director responsible for the organization’s fundraising efforts. The Development Director builds and nurtures relationships with people and organizations, including Board members, customers, and philanthropic organizations, to secure financial support for students, programs, and projects. The Development Director shows exceptional interpersonal and communication skills while also being proficient in current digital technologies and social media trends. ||email email@example.com||October 1, 2023
|Artistic Director||Queensland Ballet||Brisbane, Australia||Following our current Artistic Director, Li Cunxin AO’s decision to retire at the end of 2023, Queensland Ballet are seeking our sixth artistic visionary. During Li’s tenure, Queensland Ballet experienced significant transformation and growth, standing strong on the world-stage in artistic practice and repertory, consolidating our reach throughout Queensland, building depth in our training pathways for future generations, opening two world-class homes with the foundations for a third home laid down, and forming meaningful connections with our community. Our Artistic Director sits at the heart of Queensland Ballet, embracing our unrelenting commitment to our artists, arts students, arts workers, audiences and all in our community, steeped in excellence and leading practice. Their leadership, vision and responsibility will transpire across, and influence our Company’s strategic positioning and creative direction. We are a tenacious team, relentless in our pursuit to deepen our impact. Our Artistic Director, together with the wider Queensland Ballet team, dances a perpetual pas de deux with our enablers, our family of government stakeholders, corporate partners, donors, students and their families, alumni, audiences and participants so we can continue to enrich as many lives as possible, through the magic of ballet.||"Following the application closing date of 30 September 2023, we are motivated to appoint our Artistic Director as soon as practicable, with the possibility to discuss suitable options for transition and engagement.|
A comprehensive Candidate Pack is available upon request, including the essential attributes we seek in our next artistic visionary.
Please request the Candidate Pack and apply for the position with a CV and cover letter to Jonathan Butler-White – firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 07 3013 6629 to arrange a meeting, in person or online.
|September 30, 2023
|Assistant Professor of Dance||University of NC Charlotte, Department of Dance ||Charlotte NC ||The Department of Dance at the University of North Carolina, Charlotte invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track Assistant Professor to start August 2024. The successful candidate must teach all levels of ballet and pointe technique, from anatomically-informed and critical perspectives that support the diverse student body served by UNC Charlotte. The successful candidate must choreograph new work and/or restage ballets for student dancers. As a faculty member at an R2 research institution, our new colleague must show promise of a distinguished research agenda, and be prepared to contribute to the department’s mission, curriculum development, faculty governance, and the administrative life of the department, college, and university.||"The Department of Dance actively seeks to expand dance perspectives across the faculty andto provide a nurturing environment for individuals to thrive. In addition, the Department|
encourages applicants from diverse backgrounds to apply https://jobs.charlotte.edu/postings/52050
For priority consideration, applicants should apply by October 1, 2023
Additional supporting materials (teaching portfolio; links to professionally compiled performance
or choreography and teaching videos; statement of experience, philosophy, and interests
related to community-engaged arts practices,) will be requested from finalists. Application
materials will not be returned.
Electronic Application: www.uncc.edu/jobs Position 5078
1. Cover letter addressing the requirements for the position.
2. Current curriculum vitae.
3. Teaching statement that addresses the following:
● Your approach to teaching ballet technique to students of various levels from beginner to
● How you facilitate inclusive classrooms, and,
● Your strategies for mentoring and serving a diverse student population at an urban
research university with a mission of access.
5. Transcript of highest degree (official transcripts will be required for finalists).
6. Names and contact information for five professional references.
7. Three letters of reference will be required from finalists.
|Lighting Supervisor / Assistant Technical Director||Atlanta Ballet||Atlanta, GA||Assist Technical Director in: Determine lighting power requirements for all Atlanta Ballet productions, based on lighting supervisor information, and prepare necessary lighting paperwork. Building of equipment and effects; practicals Communicate and collaborate with other departments during prep weeks to allow for smooth load in/out Maintain Atlanta Ballet’s electric shop, lighting equipment, including the purchase of all lighting related materials. Maintain and make necessary repairs to large inventory of touring lighting equipment Prepare Lightwright paperwork for all dimming and addresses, cable runs, patching and control using a combination of touring gear and house gear/dimmer Assist with loading in and out of warehouse Prepare all color, templates, accessories, as well as pre-hang show in shop for touring to venues Supervision of crews for load in/load out, show runs, truck packs, hang and strike of lighting gear Coordinate with guest artists, and event staff to ensure successful production of events.||Please send resume and cover letter to: HRinfo@nullatlantaballet.com. No calls.||October 31, 2023
|Individual Giving Coordinator||Atlanta Ballet||Atlanta, GA||Annual Fund and Membership – 50% Support activities and tasks associated with annual fund gifts up to $10,000, including direct response and social media campaigns; gathering assets for appeals, inputting copy and images into Prospect 2 CMS, supporting list and segmentation management, and testing and deploying campaigns; Support activities and tasks associated with donor communication series including eNewsletters and special campaign communication, etc.; Manage activities and tasks associated with pulling donor lists for playbills and other sources of recognition. Develop and execute a calendar plan to engage new members and retain current members through membership renewal; Maintain security, accuracy, and integrity of Tessitura database with regular maintenance. Donor Engagement – 25% Support tasks and activities associated with donor engagement events related to the Annual Fund, including but not limited to print and digital invitations, guest list and RSVP coordination, sponsor recognition and benefits, event timelines and status reports, event logistics, venue, equipment, catering, vendor coordination, etc.; Support planning and implementation of 6 or more events per season for the En Pointe Society, Atlanta Ballet’s young donor program; Maintain the Advancement team social media campaign calendar, working with the Social Media Manager to schedule and execute Advancement posts; Provide on-site event support including set up, strike and AV coordination; Provide support and assist the Special Events team as needed. POSITION DESCRIPTION Advancement Services – 25% Record gifts and pledges for the Annual Fund, along with preparation and distribution of acknowledgements and charitable receipts; Coordinate and distribute routine performance reports; Support agenda and materials preparation for department and inter-departmental meetings; Coordinate monthly credit card reconciliation for the Director of Individual Giving; Assist the Chief Advancement Officer as needed; Other duties as assigned.||Interested applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to HRinfo@nullatlantaballet.com for consideration.||October 31, 2023
|Project Accounting Assistant||Atlanta Ballet||Atlanta, GA||Duties and Responsibilities · Submit invoices for processing, verifying obligation approval and within budget parameters; · Manage project and program budgets as assigned with tracking and variance reporting; · Analyze project and program general ledger transactions for accuracy; · Organize and maintain complete electronic transactional documents for each project and/or program; · Compare purchase orders to actual invoices to ensure period recording of expenses; · Complete various ad hoc financial projects as assigned; · Cross train with accounting team on departmental accounting functions, assisting as needed.||Please contact HRinfo@nullatlantaballet.comfor inquires and to submit a cover letter and resume for consideration.||Until filled
|EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT & BOARD LIAISON||Atlanta Ballet||Atlanta, GA||PRINCIPAL DUTIES Coordinate flow of communications and materials for the Executive and Artistic Directors, including scheduling, drafting correspondence, reviewing and coordinating approval of materials. Manage projects and call lists and ensure that priority projects are completed in a timely manner and a high-quality level. Manage the Directors’ calendars, ensuring meetings and events are scheduled, notated and appointments confirmed. Ensure that in-house meetings for guests are appropriately set up and cleared. Prepare travel arrangements, anticipating the Directors’ schedules. Manage administrative functions including expense reports, office supplies, subscriptions and files. Develop detailed research briefings and meeting preparation materials on prospective and current supporters, constituents and collaborators to support the Directors. Schedule Board and Committee meetings, prepare and distribute meeting materials and ensure that appropriate follow-up is scheduled. Ensure that Board history, lists, census, meeting attendance and other Board-related materials are current. Prepare meeting minutes for all Board of Trustee and Finance Committee meetings in a timely and effective manner. Ensure Board meeting invitations and agendas are prepared and distributed in a timely manner. Track and manage Directors’ expense budgets and reports. Process and track purchase orders and reconcile monthly budget and expense reports. Assist Board of Trustees and other constituents with requests for special assistance. Work with colleagues in the Advancement and Marketing departments to maintain Tessitura database; promote best practices, including list management and support functions. Periodic special event work, supporting AB Board of Trustees and major fundraising and other events. Perform other duties as assigned.||Please contact HRinfo@nullatlantaballet.comfor inquires and to submit a cover letter and resume for consideration.||October 31, 2023
|First Hand||Boston Ballet||Boston, MA||The heart of Boston Ballet (BB) is the human experience. Through our living and breathing art, we forge human connections—between artist and attendee, teacher and trainee, friend and newcomer, one's outer and inner self. We believe that the community of employees that makes dance possible is better together when talented individuals with varied life experiences, identities, races, cultures and ideas are welcomed, encouraged, and heard. The First Hand is a Full-Time Seasonal, non-exempt position that will work 40+ weeks per year depending upon date of hire. The First Hand assists the Draper with refurbishing, cutting, sample making, fitting, and constructing costumes for all BB productions, events, and photo or video shoots. The Boston Ballet Costume Shop is a high volume, multi project workplace, where team members must be able to perform at a high standard of professional quality workmanship, with an ability to adapt to meet multiple deadlines.||Please apply using the following link: https://recruiting.paylocity.com/recruiting/jobs/Details/1814232/Boston-Ballet/First-Hand ||October10, 2023
|Executive Director||Richmond Ballet||Richmond, VA||Richmond Ballet, the State Ballet of Virginia, seeks an Executive Director who will support the Artistic Director with an enthusiastic dedication to Richmond Ballet’s mission, vision and values, and will bring highly polished skills to board and donor relationships and the organization’s administrative operation. The incoming Executive Director will bring strong strategic and fundraising skills and will be devoted to extending the financial resources to support the mission and vision of Richmond Ballet in the direction set by Ma Cong. The Executive Director will be responsible for building a stable revenue plan to support and enhance the activities of the Company. The Executive Director will ensure Richmond Ballet is a welcoming place for all stakeholders. Leading with principles of fairness and respect, the Executive Director will function as a primary solicitor for support from major donors and corporate leaders, and local and national funders, in addition to acting as the primary liaison with the Board and ambassador of the Company. The Executive Director will guide a senior team of administrative department heads, each of whom represents critical support functions necessary to achieve the mission and vision including, Development-Contributed Revenue, Marketing-Earned Revenue, Finance, Production Administration and Facility Management. This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced professional to join a close-knit group of artists and enthusiasts as Richmond Ballet embarks on a new chapter in the history of the organization.||For complete job description visit www.richmondballet.com. Please forward cover letter, resume and salary requirements to email@example.com. ||October 31, 2023
|Freelance Production Stage Manager/Lighting Director||Carolyn Dorfman Dance||Union, NJ||Carolyn Dorfman Dance is seeking a Production Stage Manager/Lighting Director. The Production Stage Manager will be responsible for organizing and overseeing all performances, including but not limited to festivals, educational performances, and touring work of the dance company. The Production Stage Manager/Lighting Director reports directly to Artistic and Associate Directors, but is supervised by the Company Manager. Hours will be needs-based and centered around Carolyn Dorfman Dance projects. The ability to both replicate lighting design in a variety of venues and stage manage productions is highly desired.||Send resume to Anita Thomas, Executive Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.||October 11, 2023
|Marketing Coordinator||Joffrey Ballet School||New York, NY||Joffrey Ballet School is seeking a Marketing Coordinator with a creative and design background to join our expanding Marketing team. This full-time position is based at our flagship studios in the heart of New York City. The Marketing Coordinator will work closely with the Marketing and Creative Director to strategize, create, and execute upcoming campaigns that highlight the multiple departments of the school. Responsibilities will include managing all social media channels, content-creation, website management, copywriting, creation of marketing collateral, project management, and reporting. This is an exciting opportunity to share your vision and continue to elevate the branding of the Joffrey Ballet School to current and potential students throughout the world. Bachelor’s degree in Business, Marketing or related field required; At least three years of experience in a related field. Qualifications:Passion for arts and entertainment, preferably in dance. Experience managing professional social media accounts and paid advertising campaigns on Facebook, Google, TikTok or others. Excellent organizational skills, project management skills and attention to detail. Ability to create, implement, and monitor budgets. High competency with MacOS, Google Suite, Google Analytics, Meta Business Suite, Adobe Creative Suite preferred, Constant Contact, and WordPress. Exceptional writing skills that can attract, retain, and grow an audience. Strong collaborative and interpersonal skills with the ability to work with multiple departments simultaneously. Extremely organized and motivated, with great attention to detail. Willingness to assist other departments and teams, to achieve the high quality and best results. Photo and video editing skills are beneficial, but not required. Ability to work in-person at our offices in New York City. Experience with project management applications such as BaseCamp, Monday, or similar. Salary Range: $50,000 - $65,000. To learn more please refer to our website at https://www.joffreyballetschool.com/careers/marketing-coordinator||Please submit your resume and cover letter to https://www.joffreyballetschool.com/careers/marketing-coordinator. Joffrey Ballet School will continue to review resumes until the position is filled.||October 30, 2023
|Associate Director of Marketing & Communication||Charlotte Ballety||Charlotte||The Associate Director of Marketing & Communications oversees functions related to the marketing, sales and communications of Charlotte Ballet performances, subscriptions and all company initiatives. The position will maintain a focus on increased ticket revenue, audience development and elevated public awareness. Through strong writing skills in a range of styles, the Associate Director will represent Charlotte Ballet in a professional, engaging manner.||Please submit resume||October 13, 2023
|Technical Director||Detroit Opera||Detroit, MI||The Technical Director (TD) is the leader of a three-person technical direction team responsible for the planning, supervision and management of productions and events at the Detroit Opera House (DOH), ranging from opera and dance performances produced by Detroit Opera (DO) to Broadway touring musicals and professional networking events hosted in the DOH. The position reports to the Director of Production (DP) and drafts plans for DO opera and dance productions, and is responsible for supervising stage crews and managing various show paperwork. The TD is responsible for all technical aspects of all productions at Detroit Opera and leads all stage crews and technical staff. ||Qualified applicants should submit their resume and cover letter to email@example.com ||October 12, 2023
|Assistant Professor, Dance||Gonzaga University||Spokane, WA||The Theatre and Dance Department at Gonzaga University in Spokane WA, invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in the field of dance. We welcome candidates who possess strong pedagogical abilities and national professional experience with sensitivity to inclusive, equity-minded teaching practices, and who can effectively teach the impacts and consequences of dance on society, politics, culture, and identity. We look forward to collaborating with a colleague who is committed to pursuing excellence in teaching that promotes an inclusive learning environment. We are especially interested in professional experience in teaching styles that go beyond western concert modalities and may include dance forms of African, Latinx, Asian, and other Diaspora. Gonzaga Dance seeks to educate the whole person through our curriculum, productions, and service. We are a small but thriving program looking for a colleague to join in taking us to the next level. Gonzaga Dance annually produces 6-8 concerts, presents dance companies such as Cleo Parker Robinson and Pacific Northwest Ballet, and has regular service programing through Dance for Parkinson’s, Celebrate EveryBODY, and free after school dance program called ZagDance. In addition to teaching, successful candidates will have an in-depth knowledge in choreographing and/or restaging professional works for concert dance performances. This colleague will contribute to our introductory theory and methodology courses in addition to teaching our upper-level course offerings for majors and minors (see course and curriculum on department website). In addition, all members of our department share in the responsibility of teaching the University Fine Art Core Curriculum. The teaching load for the tenure-track position is 18 credits per year (9 credits per semester). As a full-time faculty member, the successful candidate will demonstrate a commitment to the university mission and ethos of the Dance Department as a student-centered and diverse learning environment through a demonstrated record of empowering, advocating for, and valuing a broad range of students of diverse identities and experiences, as shown through teaching, mentoring, and related activities. The successful candidate must: Maintain teaching and creative/research activities with continued engagement in professional practices that advances a research profile in creativity, choreography, and/or performance with national and/or international recognition; and contribute to curriculum development, faculty governance, and administrative responsibilities of the School and College. Thus, we hope to engage with a colleague who has potential for interdisciplinary collaboration with departments and programs in the College of Arts and Sciences such as Music, Theatre, Visual Arts, Critical Race and Ethnic Studies, Native American Studies, Environmental Studies, Women’s and Gender Studies, International Studies, and Film Studies. We encourage you to visit www.gonzaga.edu/casjobs for more information about the college. Additionally, all members of the department contribute to and participate in peer review of teaching activities, department committees, and special projects. Gonzaga University features an outstanding Center for Teaching and Advising that sponsors regular faculty development and education opportunities. The Dance Department is committed to inclusive excellence, to increasing the diversity of the campus community, and to supporting traditionally underrepresented students in higher education, especially at a predominantly white institution. In alignment with Gonzaga University’s mission, we expect applicants to provide evidence of direct experience and expertise in issues related to social justice, diversity, global engagement, and care for/solidarity with vulnerable and marginalized communities. Candidates who have demonstrated experience working with a diverse range of faculty, staff, and students, and who can contribute to the departmental ethos and campus climate of inclusivity are encouraged to identify specific experiences in these areas. Candidates who have demonstrated expertise in issues applicable to diverse populations and direct experience working with underrepresented and marginalized students through teaching, research, mentoring, or administration are preferred.||Please see the official job posting here: https://gonzaga.peopleadmin.com/postings/20145||No deadline, but the first round of application reviews will be on November 1, 2023
|Assistant Professor, full-time, tenure-track, 9-month appointment, beginning August 2024. ||West Texas A&M University ||Canyon, TX||Teach courses in support of a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance degree with both performing and education emphases. Experience teaching modern dance, improvisation, and choreography. Assist with undergraduate student advising and recruitment, and fulfill department, college and university service as needed. Regularly pursue creative and intellectual contributions at the state, regional, and national and/or international levels. Choreograph for faculty concerts, supervise student concerts, develop/review curriculum, and assist with other program needs. ||Go to link for complete information and to fill out application: https://tamus.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/WTAMU_External/job/Assistant-Professor_R-064750||October 2, 2023
|Assistant Stage Manager||American Ballet Theatre||New York, NY||ABT is seeking an ASM who will support the Production Department and Company with the execution of production matters required to prepare the touring company for mounting new and existing repertoire. The successful candidate will possess a positive and supportive attitude with a flexible personality and an ability to adapt and remain calm in high-stress situations. The ability to multi-task, great organizational skills with an attention to detail, and a willingness to work long hours including nights, weekends, and holidays are required. This position requires touring both domestically and internationally. This is an AGMA position. Please see full job description at: https://jobs.lever.co/abt/3ed20c68-924c-4691-8ce1-e37cbd3e58db||Please send a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject "ASM Search 2023"||UNTIL FILLED
|Assistant Professor of Dance - African, African Diasporic, and/or Latine Communities and Cultures||University of Washington||Seattle, WA|
|https://apply.interfolio.com/128476||https://apply.interfolio.com/128476||October 15, 2023
|Chief Executive Officer||Kansas City Friends of Alvin Ailey|
|Kansas City, MO|
|Kansas City Friends of Alvin Ailey invites applications from strong leaders to serve as their next Chief Executive Officer. Kansas City Friends of Alvin Ailey has engaged Management Consultants for the Arts to lead the search, and interested candidates may apply for this position by visiting this link: https://mcaonline.com/searches/ceo-friends-ailey-kansas||Kansas City Friends of Alvin Ailey has engaged Management Consultants for the Arts to lead the search, and interested candidates may apply for this position by visiting this link: https://mcaonline.com/searches/ceo-friends-ailey-kansas||October 20, 2023
|Production Administrator||Royal Winnipeg Ballet|
|The Royal Winnipeg Ballet is seeking a full-time Production Administrator to join our team. Calling all arts administrators! This opportunity is well-suited for those who have a knack for project coordination and experience working in a production setting. Ideal candidates are administrative experts and effective communicators. Driven, detail-oriented, and passionate team players are encouraged to apply.||HOW TO APPLY|
If you would like to join us, visit https://www.rwb.org/who-we-are/careers-and-auditions/ for application instructions. Tell us about yourself! All candidates must submit a cover letter and resume that showcases your personality.
|Open until filled.
|Teaching Artist||Dancing Classrooms|
|New York City Metropolitan Area||DC is currently hiring Teaching Artists to teach our Dancing With Rhythms & Stories (K-2nd Grade), Core Program (4th & 5th Grade), and After-School Program (K-8th Grade). Applicants may apply to be a part of as many programs as they are interested in.||Application Form: https://forms.gle/uwSJxWAvGZpdbdRHA ||October 20, 2023
|Costume Manager||Ballet Memphis||Memphis, TN||Ballet Memphis seeks an experienced, highly organized, energetic, and creative individual to support the day-to- day operations of the costume shop and wardrobe department. The Costume Manager is responsible for supporting the overall operations of the shop including design, construction, fitting, repairing, cleaning, storing, and cataloguing. This role requires experience in costume design and production, excellent technical, analytical, communication, and organizational skills, along with a keen interest in the arts. This position reports to the Costume Director and works closely with all programs and departments of the organization.||Email cover letter and resume to email@example.com. Full job description available at https://balletmemphis.org/careers||October 18, 2023
|Development Associate||Youth America Grand Prix (YAGP)||New York, NY or Remote||Youth America Grand Prix (YAGP), the world’s largest global network of dance, seeks a dynamic individual to work in its development office. YAGP has a growing organizational budget with a robust fundraising program. The Development Associate will work closely with the Managing Director of Development and Development staff on streamlining and supporting all Development operations. The successful candidate will have superior writing and interpersonal communication skills, meticulous attention to detail and an ability to think creatively. The candidate must be motivated to work hard and be willing to grow with the organization. A commitment to YAGP’s mission to support and develop world-class dancers is a must.|
Salary Range: Full-time, $50,000-$55,000
|Roles and Responsibilities:|
- With the Managing Director of Development and other Development Department staff, develop and implement successful strategies to increase general operating and project support
- Assist the Managing Director of Development and other YAGP leadership to coordinate the development and execution of all fundraising events, including the annual Gala at Lincoln Center (or End-of-Season Gala at another location in the United States), donor/cultivation events, Gala performances, etc. Arrange meetings with benefit committee, liaise with project consultants/vendors, coordinate all event mailings, solicitations, event follow up, and financial tracking
- Under the supervision of the Managing Director of Development, draft correspondence to individuals and Board members, including direct mail/e-mail and annual fund appeals, renewals, invitations, acknowledgements, online fundraising appeals, and other collateral materials
- Conduct research on donor prospects using online resources, magazines, and other publications, and devise a working prospect list for cultivation
- Collaborate with appropriate YAGP staff members on the Development Department-related management of organizational website and social media outlets
- Maintain eTapestry, YAGP’s donor database
- Perform other Development duties as assigned
- Maintain the highest standards of confidentiality and data security in all interactions with donors, ensuring that donor information and records are protected at all times
- Minimum 2 years of fundraising experience in a non-profit organization (preferably arts-related, with a strong preference for dance)
- Strong knowledge of specialized fundraising tools and software (eTapestry, Constant Contact, other databases, etc.)
- Bachelor’s degree required
- Excellent business and organizational communication skills
- Excellent oral and written communication, and interpersonal skills, pleasant demeanor
- Ability to deal with a variety of personalities – across a wide range within and outside of the organization
- Knowledge and love of dance and dance education is preferred
- Creativity and sense of humor a must
Email cover letter and resume with DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATE in the subject line to firstname.lastname@example.org . No phone calls, please. Applications will be accepted on an ongoing basis, interviews with finalists will begin after September 30, 2023.
YAGP is an equal opportunity employer. Employment is based on skills, capability, and experience, without discrimination based on age, race, color, religion, disability, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, veteran or military service member status, marital status, citizenship status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
|September 30, 2023
|Senior Director, Development||New York City Ballet||New York, NY|
|The New York City Ballet (NYCB) seeks a highly motivated, experienced, collaborative, entrepreneurial and creative individual with a demonstrated track record to serve as Senior Director of Development (SDD). The individual in this position will be responsible for providing leadership to and management of the fundraising department in order to achieve the annual contributed income goal ($35 million for the current fiscal year) and, working closely with members of the Board Development Committee, undertake planning for the organization’s next capital campaign. Reporting to the Executive Director (E.D.), the SDD will lead a team of 20 who seek and secure contributed annual funds via five major fundraising sectors: foundation and government support; membership; major gifts; corporate sponsorships and special events (galas).||To apply: https://www.nycballet.com/about-us/careers-at-nycb ||October 30, 2023
|MashUp Contemporary Dance Company||Los Angeles, CA|
|MashUp is seeking an enthusiastic and experienced fundraiser and arts manager to serve as its part-time Managing Director, overseeing fundraising initiatives and general operations. ||Go to www.mashupdance.com/connect/jobs for the full job description. Please submit a cover letter, resume, and writing samples (fundraising and/or|
grant writing) to: email@example.com
|November 19, 2023
|MashUp Contemporary Dance Company||Los Angeles, CA|
|MashUp is looking for a part-time Creative Producer to oversee the implementation of our Creative Council's artistic vision in day-to-day operations, along with brand image, and communications.||Go to www.mashupdance.com/connect/jobs to view the full job description. Please submit a cover letter, resume, and multiple marketing samples (i.e. eblast|
you wrote and designed, social media calendar, a website you designed, etc) to:
|October 31, 2023
|General Manager||DANCE IQUAIL!||Philadelphia, PA||The DI! General Manager is a new Full-time (37.5 hours/week) executive position. Working alongside the Executive Artistic Director Iquail Shaheed (“EAD”), the General Manager will be responsible for the administrative direction of every aspect of the organization. This position is entrusted to drive the dynamic expansion of the company through the building of new relationships, partnerships, and entrepreneurial initiatives. Essential aspects of the position include planning, budgeting, fundraising, operations, and spearheading community engagement initiatives as well as supervision of booking and marketing. The General Manager will be a focused and driven individual who is strategic and action-oriented with a fierce dedication to dance, Blackness, community organizing and social justice. A natural entrepreneur possessing outstanding business skills, this individual will be experienced, effective, and exceptional at communication and interpersonal skills. Salary $45,000-$55,000. Some benefits are also provided.||https://dance-iquail.breezy.hr/p/8e37e916349d-general-manager?share_id=0.09320810071930974&fbclid=IwAR3XUSXrjln6EB4NW3Z4bxy11z51CTYijI6zy548D0Q1JMOPsgHl_AA8B2c||November 1, 2023
|Executive Director||Ballet Lubbock||Lubbock, TX||Ballet Lubbock seeks its next Executive Director to further the organization’s compelling work in community building, dance education, and performance. Working closely with the Artistic Director and the Board, the Executive Director will develop, evaluate, and execute strategies to connect more deeply with diverse audiences and internal and external stakeholders, maximizing our mission impact and driving earned and contributed revenue. The right individual for this role will be passionate about what the arts generally, and ballet in particular, can mean to individuals and to a community. In public, they will be a tireless advocate and fundraiser for Ballet Lubbock’s mission and vision with philanthropic supporters, public officials, business leaders, and community partners. Within the organization, they will develop and empower dynamic teams. The offered salary is $110,000+, with access to an employee health plan, and a competitive vacation package to be utilized when the organization is dark. A full job profile is available here: https://balletlubbock.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/09/Ballet-Lubbock-Executive-Director-Job-Profile.pdf||Interested and qualified candidates are encouraged to apply in complete confidence by providing:|
• A Cover letter describing reasons for applying and what makes the applicant a strong candidate.
• A Resumé or CV.
• Names of three professional references including email and phone contact information.
Please email materials to firstname.lastname@example.org
|October 15, 2023
|Institutional Giving Manager||The Washington Ballet||Washington, DC||The Institutional Giving Manager at The Washington Ballet oversees the cultivation and stewardship of donations from high-net-worth individuals, foundations, and corporations, playing a crucial role in driving the organization's mission. This position handles all facets of grant acquisition and management, from research and proposal drafting to reporting and compliance.||Submit your resume and cover letter to email@example.com ||October 15, 2023
|Director of Community Engagement ||Miami City Ballet||Miami Beach, FL|| Job Title: Director of Community Engagement Department: Community Engagement Reports to: Executive Director Status: Full Time Basic Function Reporting to the Executive Director, the Director of Community Engagement is responsible for developing and implementing a comprehensive community programs strategy for Miami City Ballet. In addition to planning, the Director will be responsible for the day-to-day management of the Community Engagement programs including budgeting, recruitment, and supervision of program staff. The Director is responsible for the evaluation of all existing programs and initiatives. Responsibilities Program Development, Oversight, and Evaluation • Expand current programs, establish new specialty programs, and ensure that all programs are of the highest quality and represent issues relevant to children, their families, and members of the community. • Implement and expand a hybrid model where participants can easily engage in programs in-person and virtually in order to achieve the greatest reach, access, and impact. • Create programs around the themes or motifs of MCB’s season so that there is a connection between what audiences see on the stage and what programs are available for active participation. • Oversee and grow the existing community engagement programs that aim to develop a culture of inclusion in the arts, including the Ballet Bus program and other ancillary programs at schools, the MCB studios, and other venues. • Ensure that any written or spoken communication about programs limits barriers to access for the community and invites the community to be a partner. • Develop program evaluation criteria using data, benchmarks, and metrics that assess the short- and long-term success of programs and recommend methods to improve the creation of broader opportunities for access. • Create and implement surveys for qualitative and quantitative feedback from community partners to evaluate the effectiveness of Community Engagement programs in meeting organizational values and programmatic goals. Advocacy and Community Partnerships • Advocate passionately for the importance and relevance of community arts and education programs internally with staff, volunteers, and board members and externally with stakeholders throughout South Florida, including audience members, community leaders, government agencies, and funders. • Establish and maintain meaningful partnerships with local arts and educational organizations and other nonprofit agencies so that MCB becomes a resource in helping create a more inclusive society. • Expand community efforts to include people from all backgrounds throughout the Southern Florida region, such as those who identify as LGBTQ+, people with disabilities, immigrants, or residents from lower socio-economic areas. • Participate in local and national conversations around arts education, positioning MCB at the forefront of discussions on critical issues of relevancy and accessibility in arts education. • Represent MCB as an ambassador in the local community and at regional and national conferences, acting as a spokesperson on ideas and concepts around community engagement. • Advance inclusion, diversity, equity, and access initiatives in order to address systemic inequalities within ballet and to promote MCB’s values and mission. Organizational Collaboration and Managerial Oversight • Guide and support the Community Engagement Committee, in partnership with the committee’s Chair, ensuring that members are engaged in the expansion, diversification, and measurement of program impact, as well as audience reach and financial sustainability. • Attend and participate in Board of Trustee meetings and Community Engagement Committee meetings, identifying opportunities where board and other committee members can access their networks to grow resources and build support to broaden equitable access to ballet. • Promote the strategic benefits of the Community Engagement department across the entire MCB organization, prioritizing its values and goals in alignment with the company’s commitment to equity, diversity, and inclusion. • Partner and communicate regularly with MCB School, jointly conducting lecture demonstrations and masterclasses, sharing its goal to create the next generation of dancers, and ensuring that Ballet Bus students who enter MCB School are fully integrated and supported. • Offer support to the Development department, providing a clear schedule of upcoming community engagement events, assisting with community engagement grant proposals and major gift solicitations from foundations and corporations, and providing tours for donors. • Collaborate with the Marketing department, strengthening and developing MCB’s brand and its community education programs to help them stand out from the field. • Facilitate and participate in events related to community engagement and educational programs, including fundraising, galas, and cultivation functions. • Guide, support, and mentor a team of program managers, delegating where appropriate and hiring additional team members within board-approved budgets, to ensure that program deliverables are achieved. • Encourage program managers to attend trainings for professional development, including conferences, webinars, and cultural affairs consortia. ||Required Qualifications:|
• 5-7 years of experience in arts administration/performing arts (minimum of 3 years leadership in this sector)
• Depth of knowledge in and about dance education, community based programming and the performing arts
• Demonstrated understanding in the power the arts have to create and build equitable communities and enrich lives
• Experience working with diverse communities, diverse artists and relationship-building
• In depth experience in producing production-specific community initiatives
• Experience implementing and tracking evaluation metrics and reports that tell the story of Community Engagement programs to stake holders and donors
• Experience working with development, communications, and marketing departments to move the mission and profile of Community Engagement programs forward
• An excellent collaborator able to maintain focus while sensitive to the needs of various communities and competing priorities.
• College education in the performing arts, dance education or substantial equivalent demonstrated professional experience
• Preferred fluency in Spanish and/or Haitian Creole
• Dance experience, preferred
• Specific experience in creating community engagement programs in urban cities, Miami preferred
• Understanding of Miami-Dade County arts, culture, government, political landscape and the opportunities and needs of the community
• Understanding of institutional development efforts and the ability to assist in the writing of effective grant proposals
• Understanding of collaborative, team-oriented leadership style
• Ability to effectively multi-task and to establish priorities
The Director of Community Engagement should be:
• A strategic, big-picture thinker with a belief in and commitment to the mission of the MCB; who by example and with integrity, tact and diplomacy sets and meets high standards of expectation and excellence introspectively and with others;
• Possessing an understanding of DEI best practices and principles especially as they relate to community programming;
• Resolute yet diplomatic; firm yet respectful of other’s concerns; flexible and creative in finding alternative solutions to challenges;
• Skilled at listening; charismatic at communication with the ability to build trusting relationships with individuals and groups in this diverse community;
• The position requires the individual to meet multiple demands from multiple people and interact with the public and other staff;
• Self-motivated, high energy, imaginative leader who pays a great deal of attention to detail;
• A coach and mentor dedicated to sharing success.
To apply, please email:
2. Cover letter briefly outlining your experience specifically concerning the qualifications, essential duties and responsibilities listed above.
Email your application to firstname.lastname@example.org with the title of the role you are applying for in the subject line. No agencies or phone calls, please
|November 1, 2023
|Open Rank - Assistant or Associate Teaching Professor, Dance|
|North Carolina State University|
|The Department of Performing Arts and Technology at NC State University (Raleigh, NC) seeks applicants for a full-time non-tenure track Assistant or Associate Teaching Professor, Dance position beginning in the Fall 2024. NC State University is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, gender identity, age, sexual orientation, genetic information, status as an individual with a disability, or status as a protected veteran. Individuals with disabilities requiring disability-related accommodations in the application and interview process are welcome to contact 919-515-3148 to speak with a representative at the Office of Institutional Equity and Diversity. If you have general questions about the application process, contact HR at (919) 515-2135 & email@example.com. Final candidates are subject to criminal & sex offender background checks. Some vacancies also require credit or motor vehicle checks. Degree(s) must be obtained prior to start date in order to meet qualifications and receive credit. NC State University participates in E-Verify. Federal law requires all employers to verify the identity and employment eligibility of all persons hired to work in the United States.||View the posting: https://apptrkr.com/4617104||Open until filled
|Executive Director||Joe Goode Performance Group||San Francisco, CA||Full-time, exempt position @ $70,000-$85,000 annual salary (negotiable) Weekday schedule with some weekends and evenings Benefits: *100% health insurance premiums coverage (medical, dental and vision) *403(b) retirement (with employer match) *Up to 72 hours of paid sick leave (accrued) *The following annual benefits: 13 paid holidays and 15 paid vacation days. The Executive Director will work in collaboration with the Artistic Director and Board of Directors to manage the day-to-day operations of the organization while simultaneously helping to lead and shape its long-term vision, financial and strategic goals. The ideal Executive Director will be highly organized and have an affinity for JGPG’s approach to artmaking, as well as a strong interest in uplifting the local dance community. The Executive Director co-leads the organization with the Artistic Director, Joe Goode, who develops and guides the artistic vision and priorities of the organization through his institutional knowledge as JGPG’s Founder and artistic leader.||Overarching responsibilities include (but are not limited to): |
*In collaboration with the Artistic Director, developing, managing and implementing organizational season calendar, including: artistic and community engagement programs, financial, budget, tax and grant deadlines, fundraising events, board and committee meetings;
*Scheduling and facilitating meetings and internal/external communications with staff, board members, artistic and community partners, vendors and stakeholders as needed;
*In coordination with the Artistic Team (including the Artistic Director and Creative Engagement Leads), developing and successfully implementing the annual budget and submitting financial reports to the Board upon request in conjunction with the Accountant;
*Serving as Producer of the company’s biennial site-work, assisting in securing a performance site and overseeing budgeting, fundraising, insurance, contracts/invoices, audience development, marketing/PR and Front-of-House, with support from the Production Manager, Communications & Development Manager and Venue Lead;
*Producing the annual gala and developing and implementing successful fundraising strategies (including increasing individual donations, institutional grants, corporate sponsorships, earned revenue streams and contracted services) in collaboration with the Communications & Development Manager;
*Supervising the management and maintenance of the Joe Goode Annex, ensuring a successful and financially sustainable venue rental program, with the support of the Venue Lead and Technical Director;
*Running payroll, managing financial transactions and managing CRM contacts and office management software data entry and organization;
*Managing legal and insurance liability and risk management responsibilities as needed with the support of the Board of Directors;
*Managing office staff, providing professional development support, developing and implementing HR policy book and conducting annual employee reviews;
*In partnership with the Artistic Director, shaping organizational infrastructure and recruiting, hiring and shifting roles as needed in support of the company’s strategic goals;
*Serving as Project Manager and chief liaison with strategic planning and equity consultants to successfully implement the company’s strategic and equity plans.
*History of success working both independently and collaboratively, multitasking and meeting deadlines, as well as excellent written and verbal communication and time-management skills, self-prioritization, attention to detail and the ability to adapt and be responsive to quickly changing priorities;
*Ability to demonstrate appropriate discretion and adherence to confidentiality best practices when interacting with financial or other proprietary information;
*A passion for dance and live performing arts, bringing a positive energy into relationships with colleagues, artists, donors and community partners;
*A strong track record of success in institutional and individual fundraising, board development, staff management, successfully collaborating with artists and executing strategic visioning and long-term planning;
*Experience with Project Management software, QuickBooks, Google Apps or comparable digital platforms preferred.
To Apply: Email us to introduce yourself – include in your email:
-A simple resume (or list of relevant experiences, skills, systems you have worked with, etc.).
-A cover letter highlighting - and providing context for - your professional background, interest in the company/role and career aspirations.
Send to Joe Goode, Artistic Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Note: Please include the job title “Executive Director” in the subject line.
Interviews with the JGPG team may be conducted over recorded Zoom or in-person. The position will remain open (applications accepted) until filled.
Physical requirements may include lifting boxes and materials (50lb limit), writing, typing, talking on the phone, walking, standing and sitting. Visual, auditory and physical mobility abilities are also required. Accommodations will be made to the extent possible. Must be legally allowed to work as an employee in the United States.
Ability to work some evenings and weekends may be necessary.
Note: All of JGPG’s employees are required to be fully-vaccinated against COVID-19 (medical and/or religious exemptions may apply).
JGPG is working with Beatrice Thomas and Authentic Arts & Media to develop an equity framework as part of its strategic planning process, with the goal of further aligning the company’s equity values with its artistic and programmatic priorities. Any new member of the JGPG team is asked to engage in this vital part of our work.
|October 20, 2023
|Associate Artistic Director||Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival||Beckett, MA||Jacob’s Pillow is hiring an Associate Artistic Director (AAD) responsible for overseeing various programs, such as archives, audience engagement, performances, artist residencies, and The School at Jacob’s Pillow. The AAD will collaborate closely with the Executive and Artistic Director in defining the strategic direction of the organization's programs, with an emphasis on Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Access (IDEA). This role involves supervising related departments, ensuring their goals align with the strategic plan, facilitating digital integration, and promoting innovative ideas.||https://www.jacobspillow.org/employment/?gnk=job&gni=8a78839f8ab51315018acd4353ed121c&gns=DanceUSA||November 1, 2023