Jobs, Auditions, & Internships

Explore a variety of open positions, auditions, fellowships, and internships within the dance field. This listing is updated on a weekly basis and is accessible to the field regardless of membership. To submit a job, audition, internship, or fellowship opportunity to the Dance/USA website, kindly fill out this Google Form. Submissions are live on the Dance/USA website for 30 days or until application deadline. Postings are free for Dance/USA members and $30 for non-members. 

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Job Opportunities

TitleOrganizationLocationDescriptionApplyApplication DeadlineDate Added
Processing Archivist

Mark Morris Dance Group
Brooklyn, NY
The Mark Morris Dance Group seeks to hire a Processing Archivist to work on general management of the physical collection and digital assets comprising the Mark Morris Dance Group Archive. Reporting to the Archivist this is an hourly, part-time position. The Mark Morris Dance Group Archive was developed as part of a three-year grant project, funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, to process, digitize, and catalog the collection at the Mark Morris Dance Center. This project took place between 2017 and 2019, and work has been ongoing. Since 2020, the Archive has been working closely with various departments to produce virtual programming, curate online exhibitions, and improve upon the general functionalities of the CollectiveAccess database. The Archive is currently working to expand its current holdings to include other parts of the organization, such as Education and Community Engagement, Dance for PD®, Development, and Marketing.
Applications accepted through our website – www.mmdg.org/jobs
N/AMay 26, 2022
Data Entry Assistant - Fundraising

Mark Morris Dance Group
Brooklyn, NY
The Mark Morris Dance Group seeks a Data Entry Assistant responsible for managing data entry in our Raiser’s Edge database including maintaining departmental records and integrating data from a variety of sources. The work includes assembling information from colleagues as well as importing data from auxiliary databases to support accurate gift processing and tax receipts. This is an exciting opportunity for someone looking to begin their career in the arts and gain an overview of fundraising while conducting daily data entry, imports, exports, and administrative work. This position is an integral part of a 5-member development team and reports to the Director of Development. This full-time non-exempt position plays a vital role in supporting the organization’s fundraising efforts by serving as the primary coordinator of interdepartmental data. The Data Entry Assistant joins the organization at a pivotal moment as we explore new systems, continue to advance our core values in our work, and welcome back our community.
Applications accepted through our website – www.mmdg.org/jobs
N/AMay 26, 2022
Adult Programs Coordinator

Mark Morris Dance Group
Brooklyn, NY
The Mark Morris Dance Group seeks an Adult Programs Coordinator to be a part of a 6-person Education and Community Engagement Department with a primary focus on the Adult programs and related Dance Center activity, including the coordination of the Subsidized Rehearsal Space Program (SRSP). Reporting to the Adult Programs Director, the Adult Programs Coordinator will be the lead on daily program execution, customer service, SRSP reconciliation, and provide necessary feedback at a pivotal moment as we reimagine how we operate, further embody our core values, and welcome back our community. The Education and Community Engagement Programs reflect the spirit of the Mark Morris Dance Group in its celebration of dance and music. We believe that dance is for anybody and aim to provide excellent dance and music experiences for all ages, levels of experience, with and without disabilities. We offer a diverse range of classes, both in-person and online, and strive to be a center of artistic exploration for children and families, community members and professional dancers.
Applications accepted through our website – www.mmdg.org/jobs
N/AMay 26, 2022
Facilities Supervisor

Mark Morris Dance Group
Brooklyn, NY
Mark Morris Dance Group seeks a Facilities Supervisor with excellent facilities management, building maintenance, building safety and interpersonal skills to support the Dance Center’s wide-ranging activities and constituencies. This full-time position reports to the Director of Facilities and Capital Projects and has direct oversight of a 4-member Facilities Team. The Facilities Supervisor also works closely with the Dance Center Operations Manager and all program directors to ensure that Dance Center operations run smoothly and with the highest standards of facilities care and management. The Facilities Supervisor role is a new position created to support dance center operations and joins the organization at a pivotal moment as we reimagine how we operate, further embody our core values, and welcome back our community. The ideal candidate will have strong supervisory skills, excellent team leadership and a basic knowledge of facilities and custodial duties, including HVAC, electrical, plumbing, cleaning chemical management and safety & security. The ideal candidate will positively, professionally and constructively improve the Facility operation by encouraging team cohesion and morale along with reinforcing the policies and procedures.
Applications accepted through our website – www.mmdg.org/jobs
N/AMay 26, 2022
Dance Center Operations Manager

Mark Morris Dance Group
Brooklyn, NY
Mark Morris Dance Group seeks a Dance Center Operations Manager to play an integral role in ensuring the smooth daily operations of the Dance Center, with a focus on managing building safety and security and the visitor/constituent experience. This position requires significant supervisory experience as well as excellent communication and problem-solving skills to lead the Front Desk team and support the Dance Center’s wide-ranging activities and constituencies. A successful candidate will have the ability to make informed decisions with autonomy and authority. The Operations Manager works closely with the Facilities Supervisor and all Program Directors to collectively ensure we maintain the highest standards of customer service and will collaborate with Dance Center leadership to develop and implement Dance Center operational policies and procedures. The Operations Manager joins the organization at a pivotal moment as we explore new systems, continue to advance our core values in our work, and welcome back our community.
Applications accepted through our website – www.mmdg.org/jobs
N/AMay 26, 2022
Development Operations Associate

Ballet Memphis
Memphis, TNThe Development Operations Associate is the primary donor database manager and will be directly responsible for the operational elements of fundraising and development including processing all incoming gifts, maintaining accurate donor and gift records, and accurately updating internal dashboards/reports. This position uses their ownership of patron data to support the organization’s emerging research and audience development agenda. Sharp attention to detail, self-motivation, and excellent organizational skills are required, as are strong written and verbal communication skills. This position reports to the Chief of Programs & Strategy and is a vital member of the Advancement Department.
A full job description can be found at balletmemphis.org/careers. If you think you're a good fit for the role, please email a cover letter and resume to careers@nullballetmemphis.org
Open until filledMay 26, 2022
Development Manager and Strategist

Ballet Memphis
Memphis, TNThe Development Strategist plans, develops, and implements strategies that grow and engage Ballet Memphis’ donor base. The Strategist serves as point of contact for all individual donors as well as existing corporate and foundation partners. In collaboration with the Executive Office, this position prepares and submits effective grant applications and grant reports. The Development Strategist reports to the Chief of Programs & Strategy and is a key member of the Advancement team working closely with the Communications Strategist and Development Operations Associate. Excellent written and verbal communication skills are required for success, as well as self-motivation and sharp attention to detail.
A full job description can be found at balletmemphis.org/careers. If you think you're a good fit for the role, please email a cover letter and resume to careers@nullballetmemphis.org
Open until filled
May 26, 2022
Vice President or Associate Vice President- Executive Search

Arts Consulting Group
NationwideThe Vice President or Associate Vice President, Executive Search (VP or AVP-ES), will join ACG’s growing Leadership Transitions team, which includes both executive search and interim management. With a diverse client portfolio, the VP or AVP-ES will lead or be a member of various ACG project teams to assess client needs, write customized position announcements, implement effective recruitment strategies, present comprehensive written and verbal information, and deliver successful client and candidate outcomes. The VP or AVP-ES will be a flexible, full-time employee who travels regularly to meet and exceed client and candidate expectations with high-quality, personalized service. The VP or AVP-ES will also play a key role in ACG’s international growth by cultivating new executive search and interim management opportunities, building effective relationships with prospective and placed candidates, serving on conference panels, and creating public visibility for the firm within the arts and culture sector and related creative industries. For the full position announcement, please visit ArtsConsulting.com/Employment
Applications and Inquiries
To submit a cover letter and resume with a summary of demonstrable accomplishments (electronic submissions preferred), please click here or visit artsconsulting.com/employment. For questions or general inquiries about this job opportunity, including the anticipated salary range, please contact:

Wyona Lynch-McWhite, Senior Vice President
292 Newbury Street, Suite 315
Boston, MA 02115
Tel (888) 234.4236 Ext. 225
Email VP-ES@nullArtsConsulting.com
ASAPMay 26, 2022
Open Program Coordinator
The Joffrey Ballet School
New York City, NYThis part time position serves as support for the Joffrey Ballet School Open Class Program. The Open Class coordinator will be scheduled to manage and assist with all preparation and support for the in-person and online Open Class program and will also be assigned to administrative projects for the Open Program, JoffreyNow Program, Joffrey Shop and other branches of the organization as needed. Evening availability is required, Monday – Friday, with hours between 4pm – 9pm. Saturday availability is also preferred. Experience in Mindbody is a plus and good customer service skills are needed as you will be interacting with our Open Class patrons. The Joffrey Ballet School is a vibrant arts organization located in the heart of Greenwich Village. Opportunities for growth are available. Salary Range: $20800 - $36400.Interested candidates should submit cover letter and resume to Nancy Cole at ncole@nulljoffreyballetschool.com. The subject line should reference the Open Program Coordinator Position.June 20, 2022May 26, 2022
Production Manager
The Joffrey Ballet
Chicago, ILThe Joffrey Ballet is seeking a full-time Production Manager to plan, coordinate, and manage all Joffrey productions, from scheduling and budgeting to load-out and postmortem. This position liaises with creative team and oversees the IATSE union employees in the warehouse, the costume shop, backstage, and during productions. The Production Manager works closely with the Artistic Director, Academy Director, and General Manager to coordinate all aspects of production and performance for both the Artistic and Academy departments. The Production Manager serves a critical role in supporting the Joffrey’s commitment to diversity, accessibility, and artistic excellence in performances & productions, training & education, and community engagement.TO APPLY: please visit our Career Center for more details and to submit your application materials.Open until filledMay 23, 2022
Operations Associate
NYC Ballet
New York, NYThe Operations Associate reports to the Senior Director, Operations and provides support to the Senior Director, and Production departments in financial and operational analysis; and management. The Operations Associate ensures that the Senior Director and Production department heads have a good understanding of the financials allowing them to make cost-effective operational decisions. The Operations Associate’s responsibilities also include improving the efficiency of the departments while supporting their streamlined operations. Minimum Requirements: Bach’s deg, graduate degree in Administration a plus; exp in non-profit, arts, or entertainment operations; knowledge of MS Office, particularly Excel; exp with Mindbody a plus. Interested, qualified candidates may apply by forwarding their resume, cover letter and salary requirements to: BalletHR@nullNYCBallet.com with “Operations Associate” in the subject line. No Phone Calls, please.June 30, 2022May 23, 2022
Associate Professor of Ballet
OU School of Dance
Norman, OKPOSITION: Nine-month, tenure track faculty position in Ballet at the Associate Professor level beginning Fall 2022 SALARY: $70,000 The University of Oklahoma’s Weitzenhoffer Family College of Fine Arts, School of Dance is seeking an Associate Professor of Ballet to start August 15th, 2022. Housed in the Reynolds Performing Arts Center and annually ranked as one of the top institutions in ballet and modern dance, the school offers a BFA in ballet performance, modern dance performance, ballet pedagogy and an MFA degree in dance. Our school, consisting of over 80 dance majors, emphasizes performing, with multiple mainstage performance opportunities each year and highly refined training that prepares our graduates to meet the expectations of a professional career in dance and sustain multifaceted careers with both nationally and internationally recognized companies and organizations. A strong ballet foundation was built by our founders Yvonne Chouteau and Miguel Terekhov. The development and growth of the ballet area continues to expand through our current nationally and internationally acclaimed faculty, ensuring small classes sizes with one-on-one feedback for each student. https://apply.interfolio.com/106754Until FilledMay 23, 2022
Visiting Assistant Professor of Dance and Movement Studies
Hamilton College
Clinton, NYhttp://apply.interfolio.com/107253 http://apply.interfolio.com/107253June 19, 2022May 23, 2022
Lecturer in Dance
California State University, Fresno
Fresno, CA This position is for the Academic Year: 2022-2023. The successful candidate will teach two courses each semester one in intermediate or advanced Modern Dance technique and another in Choreography, Creative Movement for Children, Pilates or University Dance Theatre. Dance studies within the Department of Theatre and Dance meet current standards in dance education and are a solid foundation for the expected needs of the increasing numbers of dance students within the Central San Joaquin Valley area. Our dance program currently includes a BA in Dance, a Minor in Dance and General Education courses. An MFA in Dance, Choreography or closely related terminal degree from an accredited institution is required. Applicants nearing completion of the terminal degree may be considered. Required Experience: 1) Minimum of 2 years of experience teaching at the undergraduate college level or in an equivalent professional setting. 2) Demonstrated excellence in a somatically-informed pedagogy. 3) Commitment to working effectively with faculty, staff, and students from diverse ethnic, cultural, and socioeconomic backgrounds. For inquires, contact: Kenneth Balint; California State University, Fresno; College of Arts and Humanities; Department of Theatre and Dance, MS SA/46; Fresno, CA 93740; E-mail: kbalint@nullmail.fresnostate.edu California State University, Fresno is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.http://www.fresnostate.edu/academics/facultyaffairs/newfaculty/faqapplicant.htmlFall 2022: August 17, 2022- December 22, 2022; Spring 2023: January 16, 2023- May 20, 2023.May 23, 2022
School Director
Oregon Ballet Theatre
Portland, ORDirector of Oregon Ballet Theatre SchoolEmail cover letter and resume to jobs@nullobt.org. Applications are reviewed as received and the position is open until filled.June 17, 2022May 19, 2022
Ballet Master
Atlanta Ballet
Atlanta, GAThe Ballet Master assists the Artistic Director and is responsible for teaching classes, conducting rehearsals, supporting choreographers, and staging ballets. The focus is to inspire and achieve technical development combined with the artistic growth of the dancers. The Ballet Master will work closely with Artistic Director and Artistic Staff and other departments of Atlanta Ballet to coordinate casting, rehearsals, and productions during the Atlanta Ballet company season. We are looking for the position to be filled for the 22/23 season starting in August 2022.To apply for this position or for additional information on the opportunity please send the following to Gennadi Nedvigin at hrinfo@nullatlantaballet.com:

• CV
• Letters of recommendation (2)
• Link to recorded video of teaching class (may include students ages 15 and up)
August 1,2022May 19, 2022
Ticketing ManagerBallet AustinAustin, TXThe Ticketing Manager serves as Ballet Austin’s lead salesperson for the organization’s box office. In this role, you will provide information about Ballet Austin products and services, initiating/completing sales transactions, and resolving customer service issues. You will be expected to follow established department protocols, exercise individual judgment to ensure the best possible customer experience, and effectively communicate customer needs to various departments as needed. After comprehensive training, the Ticketing Manager is expected to demonstrate knowledge of all Ballet Austin products and services, and works to convert current and potential customers into loyal Ballet Austin ticket buyers, subscribers, donors, and students/clients. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Assist customers by phone, email and in person at the Ballet Austin Box Office. • Manage and process ticket sales and assist in fulfilling/managing comp requests from staff and/or vendors. • Process daily box office reconciliation reports • Work in-person for all major Ballet Austin productions at the Long Center and various other Ballet Austin events. • Assist with managing, scheduling, and training part-time box office support and volunteers. • Help to create and maintain training materials to increase efficiency in the box office. Please email cover letter, resume, to HR@nullballetaustin.org July 31, 2022May 19, 2022
Box Office and Shop AssociateNashville BalletNashville, TNThe primary focus of the Box Office and Shop Associate is to provide an elevated customer service experience for Nashville Ballet patrons. This individual works closely with the Director of Sales and Marketing and the Box Office and Marketing Coordinator to field questions, facilitate ticket sales, and perform front of house duties for the Box Office and the Shop at Nashville Ballet. This will include working extended business hours at the Martin Center for Nashville Ballet and at the Box Office at performance venues. This position utilizes Tessitura for all ticket functions, Square for Shop transactions, and MindBody for School of Nashville Ballet data migration. Training will be provided.Please send your cover letter and resume to careers@nullnashvilleballet.com with “Box Office and Shop Associate” in the subject line. No phone calls, please.Open until filled May 19, 2022
Rehearsal DirectorOklahoma City BalletOklahoma City, OKThe Rehearsal Director is responsible for assisting the Artistic Director and Artistic Team in the implementation of the Artistic Vision of the Company and in the preparation for and mounting of all performances and related events. Reporting to the Artistic Director, the Rehearsal Director is also responsible for the training and development of all dancers while maintaining a high level of artistic integrity, safety and appropriate working environment.To apply email your resume and cover letter to ryan@nullokcballet.comAugust 15, 2022May 16, 2022
Principal Faculty, Division HeadCincinnati BalletCincinnati, OHCincinnati Ballet is looking to hire a Principal Faculty, Division Head to join their Otto M. Budig Academy team. This leadership position is responsible for the delivery of high-quality dance instruction and programming for pre-professional ballet students. Based on experience and expertise, the Principal Faculty, Division Head will lead the Academy’s Young Dancer (Intermediate) or Advanced Division under the guidance of the Academy Director and will be responsible for mentoring and supporting fellow faculty members. With a keen focus on fostering career aptitude and a passion for dance, the Principal Faculty, Division Head should be well versed in all levels of ballet technique for advancing students ages 8 and up. The ideal candidate is a master ballet teacher, exceptionally proficient in various dance styles, serves as a strong ambassador for the organization, and possesses a professional, caring, and positive approach to teaching, mentoring, and student engagement. The Principal Faculty, Division Head will help innovate, plan, and execute programs that support the advancement of the Otto M. Budig Academy as one of the nation’s most prestigious dance education institutions.Please submit your resume and portfolio through our positing link: https://www.indeed.com/job/principal-faculty-division-head-ebc22cf8d8455d0July 31, 2022May 16, 2022
Colorado Ballet Academy PrincipalColorado BalletDenver, COThe Colorado Ballet Academy Principal reports to the Colorado Ballet Academy Director, supervises the Lower School Coordinator and works in tandem to fulfill needs for the vision of the Colorado Ballet Academy. Applicant must have extensive ballet training in an esteemed method such as Cecchetti, Royal Academy of Dance, CPYB, French School or Vaganova and an extensive professional ballet career. Certification from ABT NTC, RAD or CCA are preferred. Applicant should have experience in following and teaching a curriculum, the ability to motivate students, a positive and collaborative nature and the ability to adapt to the style of CBA. The ideal candidate must show leadership under pressure, be able to manage instructors, maintain relationships with families and students, mentor students, maintain and improve current Academy programs, schedule efficiently, rehearse classical repertoire, choreograph student pieces and help organize performances for the Academy. The Academy Principal position requires physical activity including the ability to fully demonstrate ballet steps from the curriculum and syllabus set for each level including adagio, pirouette positions, transition steps and jumps. Candidates must be able to fully communicate with their voice and physically with their body in the classical ballet form. Academy Principal is a full-time position with benefits. Academy Principal is expected to teach 18-22 hours per week and works administratively as needed, totaling 40 hours per week. Colorado Equal Pay for Equal Work Act (SB 19-085) Information: • Salary – $50,000-$55,000 • Benefits – medical, dental, 401(k), vacation Please send your resume, cover letter and two professional references to: HR@nullcoloradoballet.org. Submissions without these items will not be considered. No phone calls please. All submissions will be acknowledged. Colorado Ballet is an Equal Opportunity Employer.June 3, 2022May 16, 2022
Colorado Ballet Academy Lower School Coordinator Colorado BalletDenver, COThe Colorado Ballet Academy (CBA) Lower School Coordinator reports to the Academy Principal and is overseen by the Academy Director, working in tandem to fulfill needs for the vision of CBA. Applicant must have extensive ballet training in an esteemed method such as Cecchetti, Royal Academy of Dance, CPYB, French School or Vaganova and/or an extensive professional ballet career. Certification from ABT NTC, RAD or CCA are preferred. Applicant should have experience in following and teaching a curriculum, the ability to motivate young students, a positive and collaborative nature and the ability to adapt to the style of CBA. The ideal candidate must show leadership under pressure, be able to manage instructors, maintain and improve current Academy programs, rehearse classical repertoire, choreograph student pieces and organize performances for the Lower School. Lower School Coordinator position requires physical activity including the ability to fully demonstrate ballet steps from the curriculum and syllabus set for each level including adagio, pirouette positions, transition steps and jumps. Candidates must be able to fully communicate with their voice and physically with their body in the classical ballet form. Lower School Coordinator is a full-time position with benefits. Lower School Coordinator has 20-24 teaching hours per week and works administratively as needed, totaling 40 hours per week. Colorado Equal Pay for Equal Work Act (SB 19-085) Information: • Salary – $45,000-$49,000 • Benefits – medical, dental, 401(k), vacationPlease send your resume, cover letter and two professional references to: HR@nullcoloradoballet.org. Submissions without these items will not be considered. No phone calls please. All submissions will be acknowledged. Colorado Ballet is an Equal Opportunity Employer.June 3, 2022May 16, 2022
Manager, Web and Digital PlatformsSan Francisco BalletSan Francisco, CASF Ballets mission is to spread the joy of dance to the widest possible audience. Were looking for a key member to join our growing Marketing team and help find new and future ballet lovers! In this role, youll be responsible for maintaining the organization's website, mobile site, and mobile apps. Youll monitor and report on website analytics, track out-of-date content, and coordinate the posting of all content, images, and online sales promotions. Other duties include creating new pages and graphics; making minor changes to web design and architecture; working with web design and back-end technical vendors on large-scale web initiatives; resolving technical and customer support issues. The ideal candidate will be comfortable collaborating with staff and vendors, have a solid front-end web development background, and a passion for the arts.Please apply online, here: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=72927&clientkey=8B9869DF244F4CB5AFD45FCA35EF28F3Open until filled May 16, 2022
Coordinator, Major Gifts & Young Patrons Circle NYC BalletNew York, NYThe Coordinator, Major Gifts & Young Patrons Circle reports to the Director, Major Gifts & Individual Giving and is responsible for two initiatives – supporting the Major Gifts’ program and managing the Young Patrons Circle (YPC), including identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of individual gifts for the YPC membership program.Interested, qualified candidates may apply by forwarding their resume, cover letter and salary expectations to:
BalletHR@nullNYCBallet.com
With “Coordinator, Major Gifts & Young Patrons Circle” in the subject line.
June 12, 2022May 16, 2022
Executive Assistant to the Executive Director Ballet AustinAustin, TXThe Executive Assistant to the Executive Director is responsible for providing top-level administrative support to the Executive Director and for serving as liaison between Ballet Austin and our Board of Directors. A successful candidate will possess superb customer service and time management skills, be an excellent communicator, and be highly proficient in both traditional and digital communication technologies. The ability to work in a fast-paced environment with strong attention to detail from the very beginning is essential. A passion for dance and the arts and/or nonprofit experience is a plus. III. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: • All work is performed with a direct reflection of the mission and values of the organization • Serve as first point of contact for Executive Director (ED) for staff and public, maintaining excellent customer service at all times; manage and maintain ED’s calendar and contact list; answer, manage and direct all calls for ED; coordinate all travel arrangements for ED. • Maintain strong positive relationships with ED contacts and their assistants through exceptional customer service and communication. • Collect and distribute materials as needed for the Board and Management Committee; compile and prepare power point presentations for Board meetings quickly and proficiently. • Provide administrative support for Board and Management Committee meetings; record accurate, detailed meeting minutes. • Special Projects as assigned, including management of the Board nomination process. Please send your resume and cover letter to the Ballet Austin Human Resources office at: hr@nullballetaustin.orgJuly 15, 2022May 16, 2022
Production ManagerJoffrey BalletChicago, ILThe Production Manager is responsible for the successful planning, coordination, and management of all Joffrey productions, from scheduling and budgeting to load-out and postmortem. This position liaises with creative team and oversees the IATSE union employees in the warehouse, the costume shop, backstage, and during productions. The Production Manager works closely with the Artistic Director, Academy Director, and General Manager to coordinate all aspects of production and performance for both the Artistic and Academy departments. The Production Manager serves a critical role in supporting the Joffrey’s commitment to diversity, accessibility, and artistic excellence in performances & productions, training & education, and community engagement.TO APPLY: please visit our Career Center for more details and to submit your application materials.July 15, 2022May 16, 2022
Senior Philanthropy Manager - Major GiftsOrlando BalletOrlando, FLIn collaboration with the Director of Philanthropy, Executive Director, and Board of Directors, the Senior Philanthropy Manager – Major Gifts will work to increase individual, foundation, and corporate contributed revenue in support of capital projects, special projects, and annual operating support (when appropriate) in alignment with Orlando Ballet’s long-range plan. Orlando Ballet is seeking a driven, self-motivated, solution-oriented, and highly organized individual with proven major gift fundraising success and ability, exceptional writing and interpersonal skills, strong attention to detail, and a commitment to supporting Orlando Ballet in its mission to entertain, educate and enrich through the highest quality of dance. A full job description can be found on our website: https://orlandoballet.org/engage/employment/.Please send a resume and cover letter to kfabian@nullorlandoballet.org.Open until filledMay 12, 2022
Academy Production CoordinatorJoffrey BalletChicago, ILThe Academy Production Coordinator is responsible for oversight and stage management of all Joffrey Academy productions and schedules. This includes schedules and production for events both at Joffrey Tower and additional venues. Responsibilities include handling details of the Academy student’s involvement in company's productions and events, managing all Joffrey Academy productions and coordinating scheduling. This position works directly with the Academy Artistic Team and interfaces with the production and artistic staff to coordinate Joffrey Academy students’ involvement in company productions. The Academy Production Coordinator also works closely with the Academy Staff, Faculty, Reception and Facility Director to maintain the Joffrey Academy’s schedules. In addition, this position works closely with the Production Manager and Joffrey Production Team.TO APPLY: please visit our Career Center for more details and to submit your application materials.July 15, 2022May 12, 2022
Academy Communication & Logistics CoordinatorJoffrey BalletChicago, ILThe Communication & Logistics Coordinator manages all external and internal communications related to the Academy, coordinates the promotion of Academy programming, oversees front of house logistics for Academy performances and events, and assists with Academy operations. The Communication & Logistics Coordinator manages the processes for semester evaluations and assists with scheduling coordination and relaying audition tour results. This position oversees a part-time Academy Administrative Assistant and regularly interfaces with Academy staff and faculty as well as the Advancement team. The Communication & Logistics Coordinator attends all Joffrey Academy performances and auditions (approximately six weekends a year) as well as occasional events.TO APPLY: please visit our Career Center for more details and to submit your application materials.July 15, 2022May 12, 2022
Dance Production ManagerCelebrity Series of BostonBoston, MAThis part-time position oversees production and technical management of all subscription series dance and theatrical events by national and international-level touring companies.Please submit a resume and cover letter through Breezy:
https://celebrity-series.breezy.hr/p/4c7fdb6f7c5f-dance-production-manager
Open until filledMay 12, 2022
Part-time Faculty (Academy) Nashville BalletNashville, TNThe part-time Academy Faculty member’s main focus is to implement School of Nashville Ballet’s instruction and ballet curriculum at the assigned level(s). The Academy Faculty member will work with the School Principal and fellow Faculty members to design, implement, and manage syllabus, to prepare students for advancement towards a professional career. 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 sdey@nullnashvilleballet.com. Include “Part-Time Faculty” as the email’s subject line.
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1. A substantive cover letter including the following information: where you found the position listed, your interest in the position and the organization, the date you are available to start, and contact information for three professional references.
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2. A résumé no longer than 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.
Prospective applicants are strongly encouraged to review our website at www.nashvilleballet.com prior to submitting materials for consideration. Thank you!
Open until filledMay 12, 2022
Part-time Faculty (Children’s) Nashville BalletNashville, TNThe position of part-time faculty member will focus on implementing the artistic vision and curriculum standards set forth by the Academy Principal and/or the Children’s Program Coordinator. The primary duties will consist of teaching and developing the students of School of Nashville Ballet. In addition, the part-time faculty member will be expected to uphold Nashville Ballet’s reputation for artistic excellence and make regular and active contributions to a creative and enthusiastic working environment.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 sdey@nullnashvilleballet.com. Include “Part-Time Faculty” as the email’s subject line.
1. A substantive cover letter including the following information: where you found the position listed, your interest in the position and the organization, the date you are available to start, and contact information for three professional references.
2. A résumé no longer than 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. Prospective applicants are strongly encouraged to review our website at www.nashvilleballet.com prior to submitting materials for consideration. Thank you!
Open until filledMay 12, 2022
Rehearsal Director and Repetiteur San Francisco BalletSan Francisco, CA • To assist choreographers and producers in staging of new work, record and document changes in choreography as required. To rehearse and maintain standards of existing repertoire, maximizing dancers technical and artistic capability, and in the absence of the original choreographer or producer, be fully conversant with the choreographers artistic intentions including preparation and learning of these works using videos and/or notation scores provided by the Company • In conjunction with the Artistic Director, Executive Rehearsal Director, and ballet staff, monitor stage rehearsals to ensure that all choreography is accurately reproduced and monitor performances to ensure that artistic and professional excellence is maintained • Assist in recruiting dancer as required and observe and facilitate company auditions, evaluating resumes and DVD's of audition applicants as required. • Sustain a strong collaborative artistic partnership with the Artistic Director, Associate Artistic Director and Executive Rehearsal Director • To assess and effectively communicate the rehearsal requirements to dancers and lead rehearsalsPlease apply online at: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=72793&clientkey=8B9869DF244F4CB5AFD45FCA35EF28F3Open until filledMay 12, 2022
Director of Major & Planned GiftsJoffrey BalletChicago, ILThe Joffrey Ballet is seeks a full-time Director of Major & Planned Gifts to be responsible for developing donors and soliciting gifts of $25,000 and higher to meet an annual goal exceeding $3 million, as well as fundraising for special campaigns. This position works collaboratively with and in support of the President and CEO, The Mary B. Galvin Artistic Director, the Chief Advancement Officer, and leadership volunteers. The Director of Major & Planned Gifts is a team leader, and actively identifies and develops relationships and pathways that build on the Joffrey’s current successes and enables future programs and initiatives which support the Joffrey’s commitment to diversity, accessibility, and artistic excellence in performances & productions, training & education, and community engagement. TO APPLY: please visit our Career Center for more details and to submit your application materials.July 8, 2022May 12, 2022
Production Manager/Lighting SupervisorUrban Bush WomenBrooklyn, NYThe Production Manager/Lighting Supervisor is an integral part of the production team for UBW. Supervised by the Producing Director & Director of Booking & Touring, the Production Manager/Lighting Supervisor serves as point person for technical/production aspects of UBW’s performance productions and all touring engagements. Production Manager/Lighting Supervisor is responsible for advancing all touring engagements, including communicating with venues about all technical and production needs, creating light plots and paperwork for each venue, reviewing tech rider mark-ups in a timely manner and making agreed-upon adjustments (per UBW Artistic Directors), and implementing all technical and production facets of the performances in advance of the engagement and on the road. Attendance at some New York City rehearsals will be required. PM/LS is the lead for all touring crew of UBW projects. This role takes initiative, leads and unifies all UBW efforts around technical and production conversations, schedules, and overall planning to make sure all Company needs are anticipated and met. This role works closely with the Producing Director and Director of Booking & Touring in advancing each engagement, communicating its progress and discussing any issues or concerns that may arise. This role is also in communication with UBW’s Co-Artistic Directors about technical and production needs that may be evolving depending on works that are about to go on tour.Interested applicants should email their cover letter, résumé and the names and contact information for three professional references.
Email applications with subject line “Production Manager - First Name Last Name” to: info@nullurbanbushwomen.org. Please, no telephone calls.
May 31, 2022May 12, 2022
Nolte Academy Dance FacultyNolte AcademyCoralville, IANolte Academy is seeking a full-time dance faculty. This instructor will teach and help design curriculum for pre-professional and general studio ballet and modern classes and run rehearsals for performances and competitions. Experience with choreographing contemporary dance is preferred. The job includes supporting the ballet director as a partner in designing instruction and modeling teaching for all ballet levels.
Work collaboratively with and report to the Nolte Ballet Director to implement a progressive curriculum in year-round ballet program:
Follow a curricula and prepare lesson plans
Teach ballet technique, pointe technique, and pointe variations for students Level 1-8 (22-25 hours weekly)
Able to teach a variety of ages and ability levels
Able to teach dance theory in a classroom setting
Mentor the ballet faculty in their teaching to improve the quality of instruction offered through modeling instruction and providing teacher feedback
Choreograph recital dances
Evaluate student performance and provide constructive feedback
Communicate effectively with other teachers, students and parents
Motivate students to reach their dance goals
Cultivate a fun and creative environment for students
Assist in rehearsing the annual Nolte Nutcracker
Assist in rehearsing annual ballet variations
Attend bi-monthly meetings with the artistic director and other dance directors
Contemporary choreography opportunities for spring ballet/competition company
Teach modern classes ages 12-18

Compensation
Annual salary: $ 32,500
Additional compensation available for competition choreography
By 3 months of employment, employee may opt in to Nolte Academy’s 401K matching program and can purchase group health insurance.
Vacation (approx. 4 weeks/year and aligned with dark weeks/vacation weeks at NA), Sick Leave/Absences (2/month with accrual)Receives partial credit towards Nolte academy classes for immediate family members
If interested please send your cover letter and CV to beth.brown@nullnolteacademy.comJune 1, 2022May 12, 2022
Director of FinanceBallet AustinAustin, TXThis fast paced, multi-faceted position is critical to sustaining the mission of a $9MM nonprofit arts organization. As such, the Director of Finance is primarily responsible for ensuring that the organization’s fiscal function is executed efficiently and effectively, and that management and board leadership have access to timely, accurate, and transparent financial data and reports. The Director of Finance will also serve as a supportive member of the senior management team responsible for strategic decision-making and operations as Ballet Austin continues to enhance its quality programming and build capacity. This position works closely with the Executive Director and Board Finance Committee to support the fiduciary and organizational compliance responsibilities of the Board of Trustees.TO APPLY
Please email cover letter, resume, to HR@nullballetaustin.org
June 30, 2022May 12, 2022
Part-Time Teaching ArtistsDancing ClassroomsNew York, NYMade famous by the acclaimed documentary “Mad Hot Ballroom”, Dancing Classrooms has been a leader in social dance education for nearly 30 years, partnering with hundreds of NYC schools to deliver its programs to thousands of students each year. Be a part of the excitement and develop your own skills by joining our Teaching Artist team! Drawing on their own unique talents and rigorous training provided by DC, Teaching Artists (TAs) are responsible for delivering DC's programs through sequential residencies, at schools and community based organizations across NYC. Visit https://www.dance.nyc/for-artists/listings/2022/05/Call-for-Teaching-Artists-/ for a full description of the position. Then, to get started, complete an online application form with important information about employment with Dancing Classrooms and training schedule: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc4eqna4Bh6auTrx9RvbeXXi3k5H1Vig9C5V8lZyyRE1ri4AA/viewformJune 1, 2022May 12, 2022
Education & Community Engagement Teaching ArtistColorado BalletDenver, COWe are seeking motivated Teaching Artists to teach for both our Every Body Dance! afterschool enrichment program and our Workshops program. It is an ideal part-time position for someone balancing a variety of teaching jobs or other part-time work. Hours vary but average two to five hours per week primarily between 2:30 and 6:30pm on weekdays for the Tier 1 level and teach a few events per year by request for the Tier 2 level (special skills). Tier 1 must be comfortable teaching creative movement and ballet in schools and the community. For the Tier 2 position we are looking for someone who teaches West African, Bharatanatyam, Ballroom forms, Hip-Hop, or another idiom of dance besides ballet. Rates vary based on experience and start between $30-$35/hour. Strong candidates will have experience working with students of a variety of ages, experience, abilities, and backgrounds as well as a deep understanding of and commitment to our mission and values. We are committed to hiring people who reflect and represent the rich diversity of the communities with whom we work. See website for more details and benefits.Review the full application on our website. Please send your resume, cover letter, and sample lesson plan to Cassie Wilson at cassie.wilson@nullcoloradoballet.org. Submissions without these items will not be considered. No phone calls please. All submissions will be acknowledged. Colorado Ballet is an Equal Opportunity Employer. August 15th, 2022May 12, 2022
Content Writer (External Affairs Department)Alvin Ailey Dance FoundationNew York, NYPOSITION OVERVIEW Alvin Ailey Dance Foundation seeks a dedicated content writer to craft superb content for our website, blog, promotional materials, fundraising decks, reports, press releases, internal communications, and additional institutional materials. The content writer will work with others to better understand project expectations, participate in the brainstorming process, and conduct research to develop or support writing. They will create editorial guidelines to be followed by the rest of the organization, proof all content, and develop and maintain the institution’s voice throughout all platforms. The content writer should keep abreast of the latest SEO techniques and develop and pursue strategies to increase reader engagement with the Digital Marketing Manager. Key areas of responsibility include but are not limited to: • Conduct in-depth research on related topics in order to develop compelling, original content. • Develop content for website, blogs, programs, brochures, fundraising decks, reports, press releases, internal communications, and additional institutional materials. • Assist the marketing, PR, and development teams in developing content for marketing campaigns, press materials, fundraising documents, speeches, and internal communications. • Proofread content for grammatical errors and institutional voice. • Edit and polish existing content to improve readability. • Create compelling headlines and body copy that will capture the attention of the target audience.To apply for this position click on the apply link and upload one file (accepted formats include .doc, .docx, .txt, or .pdf) that contains the following items:
• Cover letter detailing your interest in this position
• Resume
• Contact information for three professional references

Applications will not be considered without these items.
No phone calls please.
May 2022May 12, 2022
Social Media ManagerAlvin Ailey Dance FoundationNew York, NYPOSITION OVERVIEW • Develop, implement and manage Alvin Ailey’s social media strategy • Manage and oversee creation and dissemination of social media content • Collaborate with copywriters and designers to produce informative, impactful content that successfully conveys institutional messaging • Supervise two part-time staffers • Collaborate with Marketing, PR, and Development teams to implement External Affairs messaging strategy • Stay up to date with latest social media best practices and technologies • Define KPIs • Measure campaigns success • Employ social media marketing tools such as Hootsuite and Sprout Social • Monitor SEO and user engagement and suggest content optimization • Develop a strong network of industry professionals and influencers to maximize content impact and reachTo apply for this position click on the apply link and upload one file (accepted formats include .doc, .docx, .txt, or .pdf) that contains the following items:
• Cover letter detailing your interest in this position
• Writing sample or social media portfolio
• Resume
• Contact information for three professional references

Applications will not be considered without these items.
No phone calls please.
May 2022May 12, 2022
Administrative AssistantCornerstone HealingBrooklyn, NYLooking for an administrative assistant to be part of our Wellness center. Responsibilities includes front desk work, customer service, and maintaining the office in an orderly fashion.Please send your resume to info@nullcornerstonehealing.comMay 21, 2022May 12, 2022
Dance Production Specialist, InstructorUniversity of Alabama Department of Theatre and DanceTuscaloosa, ALThis instructor position will mentor and supervise students and execute aspects of technical production including lighting, sound, and projection for dance. Teach classes focusing on lighting, sound, and projection. Ability to teach classes related to Dance Appreciation, Screendance, Practicum, or other dance and technology-related topics a plus. The Dance Area produces 5-7 concerts annually which this position will support. The successful candidate will supervise and instruct student workers in all aspects of the safe and proper operation and maintenance of stage and studio equipment; participate in planning meetings with the Assoc Chair of Dance, Stage Managers, Designers, and Choreographers; organize and assign students to production assignments; oversee inventory and supplies; schedule studios and theatres outside of class time; work with non-dept users of the spaces, and participate in planning for events held in the Dance Theatre.Minimum Qualifications: Master’s degree preferred (theatre technology or relevant field) and at least one year of experience in a university or commercial theatre in an area related to technical design and execution of lighting and sound. Applicants with a Bachelor’s degree and exemplary industry experience applicable to the courses to be taught may be considered. General knowledge on the use, set up, and maintenance of lighting and sound equipment. Knowledge of programming lighting and sound consoles such as ETC Eos and Midas 32, analog and digital sound systems. The ability to use AutoCAD and/or vector works software. Familiarity with sound programs such as Audacity, QLab, Adobe Audition, and others. Basic software skills including Microsoft office. Ability to organize work and people. Candidates should demonstrate a clear commitment to inclusive pedagogical approaches, and a record of work using diverse and collaborative perspectives. Strong communication and organizational skills are imperative, as several productions will be in process at the same time.
This renewable position begins August 16, 2022. To apply, go to https://facultyjobs.ua.edu/postings/50152. A review will begin on April 30, 2022, and remain open until filled. Applicants should submit a cover letter addressing interest and qualifications for the position, curriculum vitae, names and contact information for three current, professional references, and a portfolio, or website, highlighting their technical skills and teaching to Rebecca Salzer, rsalzer@nullua.edu. Additional questions may be directed to Prof. Salzer.
Open until filledMay 12, 2022
Assistant Professor of Studio Practice: Hip HopUniversity of the Arts School of DancePhiladelphia, PAThe University of the Arts School of Dance seeks a full time Assistant Professor of Studio Practice: Hip Hop beginning in the 2022-23 academic year. The position is a 3-year appointment with potential for renewal. Candidates should bring to the curriculum inclusive, equitable and diverse pedagogical approaches. Principal duties and responsibilities include: teaching Hip Hop, black vernacular and/or street dance forms in the Studio Practice curriculum offered at the undergraduate level; ability to teach one or more courses each academic year within the Critical Studies curriculum situated at the intersection of creative practice and critical reflection; staging and coaching repertory and/or creating new work for and with students; mentoring senior projects and/or MFA thesis work, and/or leading capstone courses at all levels; contributing to the development of a new curricular area that gathers student interests around diasporic formations and creative practices. Candidates must have demonstrated university teaching skills and professional experience within the US and/or abroad. A terminal degree is required. See the full job description and application procedures at https://www.uarts.edu/assistant-professor-studio-practice-hip-hop Interested qualified applicants should submit:
• A letter of application detailing qualifications
• An up-to-date CV
• Statement of teaching philosophy
• Video of recent professional and/or personal work
• Contact information for three professional references
See the full job description and application procedures at https://www.uarts.edu/assistant-professor-studio-practice-hip-hop
Prospective candidates are encouraged to submit necessary application materials as soon as possible.May 12, 2022
Manager, Individual GivingDance Theatre of HarlemNew York, NYReporting to the Director of Individual Giving, the Manager of Individual Giving will be responsible for helping to execute the Development fundraising plan as it relates to individual giving and the Board of Directors.Send via e-mail, resume, and cover letter to: hdoucas@nulldancetheatreofharlem.org
Marking subject line: “Manager of Individual Giving”
No phone calls please
Open until filledMay 5, 2022
Rehearsal DirectorSacramento BalletSacramento, CASacramento Ballet Seeks a new female Rehearsal Director. The Position Reporting to the Artistic Director and working in coordination with other Rehearsal Directors. The position is responsible for coordinating the development and delivery of all company programming. To apply: email Careers@nullsacballet.org with your Cover letter and resume. Sacramento Ballet is committed to racial equity and fair representation of multiple diverse populations in employment, outreach, scholarships, and all programs. We provide equity and inclusion including equitable pay, fair AGMA Union treatment; access, opportunity, ideas, perspectives, values, and advancement for all. We strive to identify and eliminate barriers as well as innate, learned, and conveyed biases that prevent full participation of our communities.Email Careers@nullsacballet.org with your Cover letter and resume.Open until filledMay 5, 2022
Programs Coordinator- EducationNational Institute of FlamencoAlbuquerque, NMThe Programs Coordinator works as part of a team to coordinate logistics and communication related to the arts educational programming of the National Institute of Flamenco. The Programs Coordinator reports to the Programs Manager and Operations Director, and works with teaching faculty, performing artists, and students. The Programs Coordinator will fill an essential role working on the following Institute programs: the Conservatory of Flamenco Arts and After School Program, Festival Flamenco Alburquerque, and related outreach programs. $19.00 - $20.50 hourly, commensurate with experience.Send resume and professional references to annie@nullnifnm.orgMay 31, 2022May 5, 2022
Production CoordinatorNational Institute of FlamencoAlbuquerque, NMThe Production Coordinator works as part of a team to coordinate logistics and communication related to the performance programming of the National Institute of Flamenco. The Production Coordinator reports to the Programs Manager and Operations Director, and works with teaching faculty, performing artists, contracted technicians and production crew members, theatre personnel, and student performers. The Production Coordinator will fill an essential role working on the following Institute programs: the Conservatory of Flamenco Arts and After School Program, Festival Flamenco Alburquerque, Yjastros: The American Flamenco Repertory Company and related performance programming. $19-$20.50 per hour, commensurate with experienceSend resume and professional references to annie@nullnifnm.org May 31, 2022May 5, 2022
Education ManagerNational Institute of FlamencoAlbuquerque, NMThe Education Manager should have experience organizing educational programming, preferably in but not limited to arts education. The Education Manager works closely with directors and teaching faculty to implement a comprehensive education strategy in alignment with the mission and vision of the National Institute of Flamenco, while maintaining and improving relationships with educational partners, including the University of New Mexico and Tierra Adentro of New Mexico, a public arts charter school. The Education Manager will directly oversee education staff and volunteers. NIF maintains an active local, national, and international student base, and the Education Manager will interface with the student base, as well as other stakeholders including parents, educational partners, the Board, and performing artists. Salary $47,840-$54,080 commensurate with experience.Send resume and professional references to annie@nullnifnm.org May 31, 2022May 5, 2022
Artistic Director and Head of Curriculum - Toledo BalletToledo BalletToledo, OHThe Toledo Alliance for the Performing Arts and Toledo Ballet seek highly-qualified candidates for the position of Artistic Director & Head of Curriculum who will imagine and execute the creative and artistic vision of Toledo Ballet in collaboration with other key stakeholders at the Toledo Alliance for the Performing Arts. Highly-qualified applicants should send a resume, cover letter, and a minimum of three references to toledoballet@nullartstoledo.comOngoingMay 4, 2022
Visiting Assistant Professor of DanceBates CollegeLewiston, METhe Department of Theater and Dance at Bates College invites applications for a one-year visiting position in Dance to begin August 1, 2022. Please visit http://apply.interfolio.com/106185 for more information.Apply Here: http://apply.interfolio.com/106185June 1, 2022May 4, 2022
Senior Director of DevelopmentGibneyNew York, NYThe Senior Director of Development (SDOD) is a knowledgeable, proactive, resourceful, and motivated development leader who balances strategic thinking with the daily execution of relationship-building and high-level fundraising activities. They bring significant experience, skillsets, and instincts around individual giving, specifically soliciting major gifts and developing an inaugural major donor program. They importantly serve as a thought partner to the Founder, Artistic Director & CEO (CEO), leveraging her network and prioritizing her fundraising activity. The SDOD joins Gibney at a unique moment following the organization’s difficult, but successful navigation of the COVID-19 pandemic and the transformative expansion of Gibney Company. The SDOD advances Gibney’s trajectory by overseeing the strategy and achievement of its growing contributed income goals of $4M+ within a $9M+ organizational budget. They lead a coordinated development team including a Director of Institutional Giving (DIG), an incoming Deputy Director of Individual Giving & Events (DDIGE), an Institutional Giving Manager (IGM), an Executive & Board Liaison (EBL), a Development & Database Coordinator (DDC), and, at times, consultants. The SDOD’s functional focus is individual giving—Gibney’s greatest area of opportunity for transformative, unrestricted, and sustainable fundraising growth. The SDOD is charged with formalizing the individual and major giving function, creating a major gifts strategy and program, building relationships with major donors and prospects, elevating the annual Gala, partnering with the Board around fundraising initiatives, and, as appropriate, establishing relationships with existing donors and prospects connected to the CEO. A key member of Gibney’s Executive Leadership team, the SDOD reports to the CEO and oversees the Development team. The SDOD directly supervises the Deputy Director of Individual Giving & Events (DDIGE) and the Director of Institutional Giving (DIG). This position further requires frequent on-site presence at Gibney Center, including 890 and 280 Broadway. All staff must be fully vaccinated and boosted per Gibney’s Employee Vaccination Policy.To be considered, please submit your application to: Jenny Thompson, Managing Director of Strategy, at jenny@nullgibneydance.org with “Senior Director of Development” in the subject line. Applications are requested by or before Monday, May 23.

Your application should include a resume, a substantive cover letter that describes your interest in and qualifications for this position, and the names of at least three professional references who can speak to your leadership and, specifically, your individual giving qualifications. Please submit your application electronically as one PDF document. All applications will be treated as confidential, and references will not be contacted without the candidate’s knowledge and agreement. Incomplete submissions will not be considered nor will submissions that are sent via postal mail, fax, or phone.

Please note that the salary range for this position is $100,000 to $115,000. Exceptionally qualified candidates will be considered at levels commensurate with their qualifications and experience.
May 23, 2022May 2, 2022
Deputy Director of Individual Giving & EventsGibneyNew York, NYThe Deputy Director of Individual Giving & Events (DDIGE) is an experienced, resourceful, and proactive development professional who can balance the logistics of individual giving processes and event planning with fundraising, cultivation, and stewardship at the crux. The successful candidate brings individual giving and events experience, a deep love of dance and the performing arts, and an affinity with Gibney’s mission. The DDIGE works as an integral member of a coordinated development team consisting of an incoming Senior Director of Development (SDOD), a Director of Institutional Giving (DIG), an Institutional Giving Manager (IGM), an Executive & Board Liaison (EBL), and a Development & Database Coordinator (DDC). The DDIGE is responsible for supporting the build out of a new individual giving and major gift function, as developed by the incoming SDOD. In addition, they manage the planning and implementation of Gibney’s Annual Gala, cultivation events, and various engagement opportunities for prospects and supporters throughout each year. Reporting to the SDOD and supervising the DDC, the DDIGE is a full-time, exempt position. This position requires frequent on-site presence at Gibney Center, including 890 and 280 Broadway. All staff must be fully vaccinated and boosted per Gibney’s Employee Vaccination Policy.To be considered, please submit your application to: Jenny Thompson, Managing Director of Strategy, at jenny@nullgibneydance.org with “Deputy Director of Individual Giving & Events” in the subject line. Applications are requested by or before Friday, May 20.

Your application should include a resume, a cover letter that describes your interest in and qualifications for this position, and the names of at least three professional references. Please submit your application electronically in one PDF document. All applications will be treated as confidential, and references will not be contacted without the candidate’s knowledge and agreement. Incomplete submissions will not be considered nor will submissions that are sent via postal mail, fax, or phone.

Please note that the salary range for this position is $60,000 to $70,000. Exceptionally qualified candidates will be considered at levels commensurate with their qualifications and experience.
May 20, 2022May 2, 2022
Senior Marketing ManagerDeeply Rooted Dance TheaterChicago, ILThe Senior Marketing Manager is responsible for working with the staff and consultants in all stages towards the successful execution of the organization’s programs/projects. This person will support marketing planning, scheduling, implementation and tracking and works with the Artistic Director, Creative/Executive Director, and Operations Director to create marketing plans and timelines. This position guides the successful execution of marketing plans with the support of staff, consultants, and interns including, but not limited to: advertising (digital and non-digital), social media planning, public relations, brand strategy, customer relationship management, customer service, data analytics, pricing strategy, consumer and patron research, and promotions. Required Skills and Experience: Experience creating and executing marketing plans for live entertainment; Effective communicator; Critical thinker; Entrepreneurial self-starter ; Good writing and editing skills; Pays keen attention to details; Good time management and is dependable at meeting deadlines; Experience with balancing budgets; Experience using data to maximize revenue; Word and Excel proficient; Proficient in social and electronic media; Proficient in Customer Relation Management programs; Sustain organizational protocols; At least 3 years of marketing experience; Works closely with PR Consultant on messaging and strategy; Works with the Social Media Consultant and staff to meet e-blast and posting deadlines; Supervises management of the organizational database; Creates marketing mockups and works with the graphic designer to complete the design and printing of program materials; Creates marketing materials designed internally (i.e., performance programs, program promotion, audience survey and participation forms, etc.); Works with the website designer to update the site as needed. Please email your resume and a cover letter detailing how your experience relates to this position to makeda@nulldeeplyrootedproductions.org. Applications will be reviewed as they are received. The search committee intends to make its decision by or before June 17, 2022 with the intent that the Senior Marketing Manager will begin work soon after. No phone calls, please. Please send email to makeda@nulldeeplyrootedproductions.org. DRP/DRDT will acknowledge receipt of applications via email. May 27, 2022May 2, 2022
Chief Marketing OfficerOverture Center for the ArtsMadison, WIOverture Center for the Arts seeks a Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) to lead the organization’s marketing and communications functions. Overture Center for the Arts operates under a shared leadership structure rooted in collaborative decision making, communication, and transparency. This is a unique opportunity for a motivated marketing leader to shape the future of a multi-venue, world class performing arts center working within a collaborate management model. As a collaborative member of the Executive Leadership Team (ELT), reporting to the Board of Directors, the CMO will actively participate in crafting the strategic direction and organizational vision. This position will be key in developing, implementing, and advancing the Organization’s strategic plan. This position will continue to enhance the mission, vision, and values of the Overture by cultivating strong relationships with external stakeholders, and leading Overture’s marketing, communications, digital media, and ticketing functions. Interested candidates are invited to submit a resume and cover letter with a list of references to:

Margaret Genovese
Genovese, Vanderhoof & Associates
gvamargaret@nullaol.com


For additional information: www.overturecenter.org, www.genovesevanderhoof.com.
Friday, June 17, 2022May 2, 2022
Administrative Coordinator, Junior DivisionThe Ailey SchoolNew York, NYThe Ailey School is seeking a motivated and personable team player to work in the Junior Division of The Ailey School. As the Official School of The Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, The Ailey School’s Junior Division currently operates 5-6 days per week and offers dance training to students between the ages of 5-17. The Junior Division Administrative Coordinator reports to the Program Director. Work schedule includes a Monday-Friday and Tuesday- Saturday rotation. Work hours are 10am-6pm.Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: coordinating internal and externa correspondence, providing administrative assistance to the program director, serving as program registrar, managing online platforms, and student information database.To apply for this position, go to: https://www.alvinailey.org/junior-division-administrative-coordinator upload one file (accepted formats include .doc, .docx, .txt, or .pdf) that contains the following items:
-Resume
-Cover letter detailing your interest in this position
-Contact information for three references
No phone calls please.
May 15, 2022May 2, 2022

Audition Opportunities

TitleOrganizationLocationDescriptionApplyAudition Date Date Added
Male-Identifying Dancer
Charlotte BalletCharlotte, NCCelebrating 50 years, Charlotte Ballet’s artistic team is currently considering male-identifying dancers with strong classical and contemporary technique to fill positions with Charlotte Ballet’s Professional Company. Auditions are by invitation only. Please read carefully and provide the following:

• Your resume
• A video with no introduction nor extensive editing, which should include the following types of dance performed in appropriately-fitted dance attire:
- At least one classical variation; performance footage is encouraged
- Contemporary footage or performance excerpts that may consist of something drawn from Repertoire, classwork phrases or an applicant’s own created work. Footage should illustrate the applicant’s ability to execute a range of movements, different from that demonstrated in the classical variation.

Upon receipt and review resumes and videos, artists maybe invited to attend company class and/or in-person auditions. Applicants are expected to adhere to all Charlotte Ballet COVID protocols.
June 15, 2022May 27, 2022
Male DancerRochester City BalletRochester, NYThe Rochester City Ballet is seeking a male identifying dancer for a 2022-2023 company contract at this time. All other company positions are full for the 2022/2023 Performance Season. Please send resume and dance reel to ad@nullrochestercityballet.org. Proof of vaccination required and must be eligible to work in the United States.Please send resume and dance reel to ad@nullrochestercityballet.org.
Proof of vaccination required and must be eligible to work in the United States.
July 22, 2022May 26, 2022
DancersMungioli TheatricalsNew York, NYMusic and Lyrics by: Duke Ellington and Billy Strayhorn Written by: Jessica Swan Producer: David Garfinkle Executive Producer: Randall Buck Producer: Rob Quadrino Director/Supervising Choreographer: Joshua Bergasse Featured Choreographers: Jon Boogz, Graciela Daniele, Carmen de Lavallade, Caleb Teicher, Film Director/Contributing Choreographer: Jade Hale-Christofi Musical Direction: TBD Music Supervisors: John Clayton, Larry Blank Casting: Mungioli Theatricals, Inc. We at Mungioli Theatricals are currently casting “SUGAR HILL: The Ellington/Strayhorn Nutcracker,” a completely new story, told primarily through Dance, based on Duke Ellington & Billy Strayhorn’s NUTCRACKER SUITE. We are seeking Virtuosic Ballet Dancers, En Pointe, Acrobatic and Jazz Ballet, Expert Swing/Lindy-Hop Dancers, Jazz Dancers, Tap Dancers, and those with Cirque du Soleil type acrobatic abilities who can express the fallout and consequence of an emotion and who can infuse humor wherever it may be possible to do so. SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS:
In-person Callbacks in NY will be scheduled from submitted Audition Tapes
Tapes Due: 5PM Tuesday, May 31

Taping Instructions and Materials can be found at: https://bit.ly/3NqV3wu

TO PREPARE FOR TAPED DANCE AUDITION SUBMISSIONS: All those auditioning for Dance Roles MUST submit an Audition Tape first in order to be called back in person. Dancers, please submit Two Video Files: 1. Your reel that shows off technique and range; 2. Ballet Combination, as per instructional video. If you have any specialty dance skills as described in the Character Breakdown below, you may show them in your ballet reel, or include a separate reel.

Please submit the following to sugarhillnutcrackercasting@nullgmail.com
May 31, 2022May 23, 2022
Male or female dancerProfessional Flair Inc dba Dancing Wheels Company & SchoolCleveland, OHSeeking full time company members for the Dancing Wheels Company. Work days are Monday-Friday 10-3 when not on tour. Twelve month contracts with compensation commensurate with experience. Vacation and holidays paidContact Mary Verdi-Fletcher, Founding Artistic Director at VFletcher1@nullaol.com and provide, headshot, bio and video clips if possibleApplication deadline: June 30, 2022May 23, 2022
Carolyn Dorfman Dance Auditions for 40th Anniversary SeasonCarolyn Dorfman DanceNew York, NYCarolyn Dorfman Dance invites you to audition for our 2022-23 season. BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) dancers are especially encouraged to apply. Applicants should submit a video, resume/bio, and headshot. Selected dancers will be invited for an in-person audition on June 21-23, 2022, at Peridance Center - 126 E 13th St, New York, NY 10003. Dancers must be fully vaccinated, including the first booster. (COVID-19 may influence where auditions and, subsequently, rehearsals are held.)Carolyn Dorfman Dance mission is to create and present work that shares the uniqueness and commonalities of the human story. Maintaining a vibrant and diverse company of dancers is essential to our art, philosophy and commitment to creating a just, inclusive and equitable community.

The Company’s 2022-2023 Touring Season includes creation of new work, repertory reconstruction, performance/touring, and teaching/community residencies. This opportunity includes:
• Full-time/part-time company positions
• Rehearsals in NYC and NJ beginning early August 2022
• Legal work status verification
• Non-union, Minimum 25 week contract

PROCESS:
Deadline: June 10, 2022
Upload all information to this link - https://forms.gle/yZo3YML5JYmf8jWJ9
• Current Resume/Bio, Headshot, and References (Minimum 2)
• Audition Video – Up to 3 Minutes

Selected dancers will be invited to attend the Audition and Call backs from June 14-16, 2022

Thank you. We look forward to learning more about you and your artistry from your submission.

Carolyn Dorfman Dance is an equal opportunity employer that fosters a creative environment that features a deep respect for artists, the work process and produces dance that reflects a profound humanity.
Deadline for applications to be reviewed is June 10, 2022. Selected dancers will be invited for an in-person audition on June 21-23, 2022 at Peridance Center - 126 E 13th St, New York, NY 10003. Dancers must be fully vaccinated, including the first booster. (COVID-19 may influence where auditions and, subsequently, rehearsals are held.)May 12, 2022
dancers, male & female for company's 2022/23 SeasonZikr Dance EnsembleLittleton, COZIKR DANCE ENSEMBLE is looking for male & female dancers for its 2022/23 SeasonApplication Instructions
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Online auditions: Send CV, including references, head shot & full body shot, and reels of both classical and contemporary work, to:
davidtaylor.zikr@nullhotmail.com
June 5, 2022May 5, 2022
dancers, male & female for 2022/23 SeasonZikr Dance EnsembleLittleton, COZIKR DANCE ENSEMBLE is a Denver based professional contemporary ballet company. Looking for dancers for its 2022/2023 Season.$15 Audition Fee. Please bring CV, including references, head shot and full body shot. Audition will include ballet technique & pointe, contemporary and improv. Premier School of Dance, 12351 Grant St., Thornton, CO 80251June 5, 2022May 5, 2022
Dance Auditions 2022/2023 Season ProductionsThe Metropolitan OperaNew York, NYThe Metropolitan Opera will be holding dance auditions for the 2022/2023 season productions. We are looking for dancers who are versed in a variety of styles, including but not limited to ballet, character, contemporary, jazz, etc. Please bring ballet slippers, heels, dance socks, and pointe shoes if dancing en Pointe. We are seeking dancers for the following productions next season, including La Traviata, Aida, The Magic Flute, Der Rosenkavalier, and Der Fliegende Hollander. Auditions for new productions of CHAMPION and LOHENGRIN will be held separately at a later date TBA. All ethnicities & gender identities are strongly encouraged to apply. Dancers who performed in next season’s repertoire in a previous season will receive first consideration, if they meet the contractual conditions. We encourage all dancers who have danced at The Met in the past to attend these auditions, if available.”You must show proof of COVID-19 vaccination and booster in order to enter The Metropolitan Opera building for this audition. You must comply with the Metropolitan’s Opera’s vaccination policy to be considered for an offer of employment.

If you are an AGMA or AEA member please bring your VALID membership card with you. Please also bring a photo resume with you to the audition.

These are in-person auditions only. Those attending the auditions may also submit their headshot, resume, and contact information digitally to https://airtable.com/shr7LVmDTS0z4T9ug for our digital casting files. We are not accepting fully digital auditions at this time.

Employees of the Metropolitan Opera must be eligible to work in the United States. Individuals with O-1 visas are eligible to work at the Met.

Please enter the Metropolitan Opera House (Lincoln Center) through the Concourse doors into Founders’ Hall. Auditions will be held in the dance studio, Studio C19.

Please be advised that sign in begins one hour before the start of the audition. You must be in the sign in line no later than the start of the audition in order to be seen.
Wednesday May 11th 2022 12:30 P.M. – 2:30 P.M.* AGMA & AEA CALL FOR MALE-PRESENTING DANCERS 2:45 P.M. – 5:30 P.M.* AGMA & AEA CALL FOR FEMALE-PRESENTING DANCERS Thursday May 12th 2022 10:00 A.M – 12:30 P.M.* OPEN CALL FOR MALE-PRESENTING DANCERS** 1:30 P.M. – 5:30 P.M.* OPEN CALL FOR FEMALE-PRESENTING DANCERS** Friday May 13th 2022 Call Backs 12:30 P.M. – 3:30 P.M.* MALE-PRESENTING & FEMALE-PRESENTING DANCERS *Stop times are approximate. **If cast, non-union members will need to join AGMA.April 28, 2022
Twyla Tharp Seeking DancersNew York City CenterNew York, NYTwyla Tharp is seeking male and female dancers with strong ballet technique, proficiency in learning quickly and retaining physical information, and the ability to adapt to a variety of dance styles for an engagement at New York City Center from October 17 to October 24, 2022. Those eventually invited to participate in this project should expect to have wide availability beginning in June 2022 and through the performances.Twyla Tharp is seeking male and female dancers with strong ballet technique, proficiency in learning quickly and retaining physical information, and the ability to adapt to a variety of dance styles for an engagement at New York City Center from October 17 to October 24, 2022. Those eventually invited to participate in this project should expect to have wide availability beginning in June 2022 and through the performances.

Dancers auditioning must be available for all three audition dates and times: May 25th 10-5pm, May 26th 10-5pm, and May 27th 10-5pm. Please come warm and prepared to dance; class will not be provided. Women are required to bring ballet, jazz, and pointe shoes, as well as sneakers. Men are required to bring ballet and jazz shoes, as well as sneakers. All dancers should arrive at the audition with a printed headshot and resume.
All interested must fill out this form. After filling out the form you will be contacted by a representative from New York City Center with your specific date and time of audition.

Disclaimer: Dancers must be 18 years or older to audition. Dancers auditioning must be legally authorized to work in the United States. City Center is an equal employment opportunity employer and is committed to providing a work environment that is free of discrimination and harassment (including sexual harassment) based upon any protected characteristic. City Center does not discriminate for reasons of race, color, creed, religion, age, marital status, membership in a domestic partnership, veterans or uniform service member status, gender, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, ethnic or national origin, mental or physical disability, genetic information, medical condition, history of domestic violence or assault, caregiver status, or any other protected characteristic under applicable federal, state and local laws. City Center ensures equal and fair treatment of any employee or applicant with known mental or physical disabilities. All artists employed by City Center are required to be fully vaccinated with one booster shot. Travel, per diem, and housing is not provided.
May 25, 26, 27, 2022April 27, 2022

Fellowship Opportunities

TitleOrganizationDescriptionApplyApplication Deadline Date Added
Curriculum in Motion® Institute Artist Jacob's PillowThis training program in the Curriculum in Motion® method is designed as a co-creative workshop/residency model applying choreographers’ methods to the curriculum, question, issue, or theme of a community partner. Curriculum in Motion® asks: How can artists, their community partners, and participants build reciprocal relationships with participatory dance-making rooted in the unique choreographic methods of the choreographer? Curriculum in Motion® pedagogy uses body-based practices to work towards the integration of our art, values, and place in the world.
Applications are due by June 22, 2022 and accepted on a rolling basis thereafter. To apply, please submit a complete application, which includes:

Application form and essay questions
Resume (Can include education, dance study, awards, and other achievements. 2 MB/3 pages maximum.)
Choreographic Sample URL or Video File (Please provide a sample of your choreography or creative practice. No longer than 3-minutes.)
Choreographic Sample Description (What is important for us to know about this sample of your work? 150 words maximum.)
June 22, 2022May 26, 2022
NALAC Catalyst for Change Fellowships:
National Open Call for Artists - Supporting Social Justice and Seeking Social Change
National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures (NALAC)The National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures (NALAC), in collaboration with Southwest Folklife Alliance (SFA), is proud to announce the open call for applications for the 2022 Catalyst for Change (CFC) Fellowship program. The Fellowship is made possible with significant support from the Surdna Foundation Thriving Cultures Program and is intended to catalyze community-based, and artist supported, visions for creative solutions to racial injustices. For full eligibility requirements and application guidelines, please visit the Catalyst for Change (CFC) webpage: https://nalac.us1.list-manage.com/track/click?u=2b44e1ffd7e6fc554dde0b8b2&id=8962fc49ea&e=09a9db5dc9Open Call - CFC Letter of Interest Form, May 9 - Jun 6, 2022May 16, 2022
Paid Summer Teaching FellowshipToledo BalletToledo Ballet is seeking applicants for its Summer Teaching Fellowship positions for the summer of 2022. Talented applicants should have classical ballet training and performance experience and the desire to teach ballet across various levels and age groups. Candidates must be able to teach advanced level ballet and pointe. Experience working with children in a summer camp or dance studio environment is preferred. This position will be mentored by the Interim Head of Faculty and Curriculum and the Vice President for Education and Community Engagement. To apply for this position, please complete this brief online application form and email your resumé, cover letter, and any letters of recommendation to toledoballet@nullartstoledo.com. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until all positions are filled.RollingApril 26, 2022
NALAC Leadership InstituteNational Association of Latino Arts and Cultures (NALAC)The National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures (NALAC) announces an open call for applications from Latinx artists, arts administrators and cultural workers for the 22nd edition of the NALAC Leadership Institute (NLI).

The institute historically held in-person transitioned to a virtual format in 2020 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. This year the institute returns in-person and will take place between July 11-16, 2022, in NALAC’s hometown of San Antonio, Texas.
View the 2022 NLI guidelines and application: https://nalac.us1.list-manage.com/track/click?u=2b44e1ffd7e6fc554dde0b8b2&id=f2224e8f6c&e=09a9db5dc9The application closes on April 22, 2022, 11:59 PM. CSTApril 12, 2022

Internship Opportunities

TitleOrganizationLocationDescriptionApplyDate Added
Arts Administration Internship Program (matching process)PentacleRemote + New York CityInterns are matched with artistic entities according to their mutually-defined goals and previous experience. Weekly virtual educational seminars will start four weeks before the internship with the artistic entities begins, giving interns the opportunity to build their administrative skills, learn from their peers, and network with field leaders. Program administrators provide mentorship to the interns and monitor their progress towards strategic goals as defined by each artistic entity and intern. This program requires a 12-week commitment of 2 hours/week for 4 weeks and 10-12 hours/week for 8 weeks. The next session is June 6, 2022 - August 31, 2022. The DEADLINE for interns to apply has been extended to May 16, 2022.Review program details and apply here: https://www.pentacle.org/education-and-outreach/career_development/internships-for-college-post-graduates-interns/May 12, 2022
Summer InternRonald K. Brown / EVIDENCE, A Dance CompanyBrooklyn, NY​ Founded by Ronald K. Brown in 1985 and based in Brooklyn, New York, EVIDENCE, A Dance Company focuses on the seamless integration of traditional African dance with contemporary choreography and spoken word. Through its work, EVIDENCE provides a unique view of human struggles, tragedies, and triumphs. Brown uses movement to reinforce the importance of community in African American culture, and to acquaint audiences with the beauty of traditional African forms and rhythms. He is an advocate for the growth of the African American dance community and is instrumental in encouraging young dancers to choreograph and to develop careers in dance. ​ EVIDENCE operates with a small but dedicated and inspired team of four. It has two artistic directors and two operational managers. Interns will be supervised by both sets of teams depending on the project or job. The company seeks to offer a paid internship to an individual(s) to support its administrative, archival, and educational activities and responsibilities.Please send your résumé and cover letter of interest to info@nullevidencedance.com by May 16, 2022.May 5, 2022