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 Deadline
Principal of The Sarasota Ballet SchoolThe Sarasota Ballet Sarasota, FLThe Sarasota Ballet School has an exciting opportunity for an experienced, initiative-taking and highly organized individual to join our Education team as School Principal. The role will oversee and be the main teacher for our after-school programs, specializing in ages 3-12. Please apply at 31, 2023
School PrincipalTulsa BalletTulsa, OKTulsa Ballet is seeking a dynamic leader to provide artistic leadership for our Center for Dance Education. Primary Purpose: Envision, coordinate and supervise, in concert with the Artistic Director, all artistic facets of the education department of Tulsa Ballet, including but not limited to coordinating and supervising all the activities of the schools’ artistic personnel, implementation of TBCDE curriculum at both campuses, oversight of Tulsa Ballet Trainee program, and managing existing/creating new outreach programs. The School Principal will participate in the recruiting, planning and activities for the school year, will support and coordinate the implementation of such activities and work with the artistic and administrative team to retain the student body throughout the school year, while focusing on expanding it for future years. The School Principal will also supervise and coordinate the year end performances for TBCDE. Please send resume or CV to 31, 2023
Abbott Academy DirectorJoffrey BalletChicago, ILThe Abbott Academy Director works as a thought leader and directs the strategic planning for The Joffrey Academy of Dance, Official School of The Joffrey Ballet, and its related program growth and development. This senior leadership position works collaboratively with staff and board to establish, lead, and implement the Joffrey’s long-term goals and objectives in the Academy and other related programming initiatives, including school, youth, adult, & family programs, teacher training, and ballet training of the highest caliber. The Abbott Academy Director represents the Joffrey Academy internally and externally in areas of dance training, program partnerships, philanthropic outreach, and arts advocacy. The Abbott Academy Director is ultimately responsible for the successful business operations and financial health of the Academy. This position primarily reports to the Artistic Director and works collaboratively with various departments within the organization to achieve strategic objectives, including Advancement, Community Engagement, and the Company Artists.TO APPLY: please visit our Career Center for more details and to submit your application materials.May 26, 2023
School Registrar (Hybrid)School of American BalletNew York, NYThe Registrar functions as a key member of the Public Relations, Recruiting, and Outreach (PRO) department in the management of student admissions processes and collaborates with the recruiting, artistic, marketing, finance, student life and data management teams to ensure cohesive onboarding and re-enrollment experiences for SAB’s new and returning parents and students. 31, 2023
Membership CoordinatorAtlanta BalletAtlanta, GAThe Membership Coordinator is responsible for effective support and coordination for annual fund services including managing a portfolio of donors as assigned, recording gifts and pledges, preparing acknowledgements and charitable gift receipts, supporting income producing activity for the annual fund, and supporting coordination of donor engagement events. Primary Responsibilities: Annual Fund and Individual Giving – 50% Donor Engagement – 25% Advancement Services – 25%Interested applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to for consideration. Please review the full job description here before applying: 31, 2023
Faculty Position The Washington School of BalletWashington DC, NW CampusScope: The Washington School of Ballet seeks an energetic candidate with significant experience teaching ballet technique to children ages 4 to 12. Preferred that candidate has certification in or participated in a ballet syllabus teacher training program. Candidate must possess strong classical ballet knowledge, must be a team player, teach the school’s curriculum, and have experience in choreography for young children. General Responsibilities: Teach ballet classes in level(s) Pre Ballet 1-3 ages 4-7 Teach ballet classes in level(s) Lower Division 1-3 ages 8-12 Assist in choreography for the Pre Ballet 2 & 3 Class Presentations and Spring Performance for Level 1A and up Write evaluations for each student 15, 2023
Artistic DirectorThe Washington BalletWashington, DCThe Washington Ballet, the ballet company in and of the nation’s capital, invites applications from qualified candidates to become its next Artistic Director. TWB’s next Artistic Director will join a highly respected and artistically accomplished ballet company, with a capital campaign underway to upgrade its current facilities. The AD will serve in a co-leadership structure with the Managing Director, reporting directly to the Board, and is responsible for conceiving, developing and implementing the artistic vision and focus of the Company and School – and, importantly, articulating this vision internally and more broadly to the Washington D.C. community. The next Artistic Director will possess a clear understanding of and commitment to the heritage of classical ballet while having the ability to move and mold the art form into the future, building greater audience engagement. A full position description may be found here: has engaged Management Consultants for the Arts to facilitate this search, with the project led by David Mallette, Jason Palmquist and Shruti Adhar. Interested and qualified candidates are encouraged to apply in complete confidence by providing materials requested below with these guidelines:
• A cover letter of no more than 1.5 pages describing why this post is attractive to the applicant and what will make them a potentially strong administrative leader for TWB.
• Resumé or CV.
• Names of four professional references, including email and phone contact information (recommendation letters are not required).
• Each file should have the applicant’s name included as part of the file name and submitted as separate .pdf documents.
Once all materials have been submitted through the online portal:
the applicant will receive a confirmation of their submission via the email address provided in the application.
May 26, 2023
Marketing ManagerOregon Ballet TheatrePortland, ORThe Marketing Manager 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 8in support of 9uur 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. A full job description is available at a cover letter and resume to Applications will be reviewed as they are received, and the position will remain open until filled. May 20, 2023
Major Gifts Manager, InstitutionsOregon Ballet TheatrePortland, ORThe Major Gifts Manager, Institutions leads the cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of foundation, corporate, and government funders and prospects giving a total of $1 million annually. This position operates as a frontline fundraiser, relationship manager, and project manager for the institutional funder pipeline identifying and cultivating new prospective funders through active portfolio management, and ensuring all reporting and benefits are fulfilled. This position 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 a cover letter and resume to Applications will be reviewed as they are received, and the position will remain open until filled. May 20, 2023
Répétiteur/Rehearsal DirectorThe National Ballet of CanadaToronto, ONThe National Ballet of Canada is one of the most exciting, innovative arts institutions in Canada, and regularly ranks among the top ten ballet companies in the world. Established by founder Celia Franca in 1951, The National Ballet of Canada presents a range of traditional full-length classics and has commissioned contemporary ballets by some of the most important choreographers and designers in the world. The National Ballet employs 140 artists, dancers, and musicians, and a similar number of production and administrative staff. Headquartered in Toronto, Ontario, the fourth-largest city in North America and one of the most vibrantly diverse cities in the world, the company is committed to equity, diversity, and inclusion. Through a variety of outreach programs, the National Ballet shares its artistry with local communities and, through live streaming, to every Canadian province and territory. The National Ballet performs works by the world’s most celebrated 20th- and 21st-century choreographers. Its extensive repertoire includes ballets by Sir Frederick Ashton, George Balanchine, Aszure Barton, Robert Binet, Guillaume Côté, John Cranko, William Forsythe, Rudolf Nureyev, John Neumeier, Crystal Pite, James Kudelka, Wayne McGregor, Alexei Ratmansky, and Christopher Wheeldon. The company has brought 68 one-act and full evening works into the repertoire and commissioned 19 new works in the last 15 years; it has performed to sold-out audiences and critical acclaim in Canada, the US, and internationally with appearances in London, Paris, Hamburg, Moscow, St. Petersburg, New York City, Washington, D.C., and Los Angeles. In July 2021, Hope Muir was appointed Artistic Director of The National Ballet of Canada and officially begins the role in January 2022. Collectively, the Artistic Staff is responsible for all artistic components of the National Ballet and is critical to preserving its outstanding reputation as a standard bearer for classical and contemporary ballet. All Artistic Staff members demonstrate leadership, positivity and collaborative qualities and take responsibility for developing talent while maintaining the standard of professionalism and excellence in all aspects of their work. The Répétiteur/Rehearsal Director will report to the Artistic Director. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: Directing rehearsals of both existing ballets and new works. Preparing for rehearsals, potentially from archival media, as required. Assisting choreographers/stagers per the Artistic Director’s discretion, learning assigned ballets during the creation/staging process, directing all rehearsals of assigned ballets when choreographers/stagers are not available, restaging assigned ballets in subsequent seasons and, overseeing lighting, costuming, make-up and stage setting for subsequent performances. Attending all performances as assigned, evaluating the standards of each performance, and providing feedback to dancers, the Artistic Director and Associate Artistic Director. Reporting to the Artistic Director and Associate Artistic Director on the state of readiness of ballets, offering cast opinions and/or completing cast assignments as requested by the Artistic Director and/or Associate Artistic Director. Distributing casting information to the company and artistic staff, as required. Coaching and providing support to individual dancers in their roles, both technically and dramatically and as requested, teaching appropriate ballet class for professional dancers and apprentices. Acting as a liaison between the dancers, Artistic Director and/or Associate Artistic Director and staff to ensure smooth communication. Attending all Artistic Staff meetings, liaising with the production department (e.g., stage management & wardrobe) and the Music department (e.g., pianists and Principal Conductor). Participating in fundraising, educational events or publicity related activities as assigned. Performing other administrative duties as required, such as scheduling of rehearsals. Other job duties as assigned. Qualifications, Skills & Attributes: Experience overseeing full length productions (classical, neoclassical, and contemporary repertoire) as well as rehearsing existing ballets and new work. Experience assisting choreographers on new creations and stagers of acquired works, including recording the ballets for future revivals. Broad and diverse experience as a professional dancer and as a member of an artistic staff or equivalent experience. Strong organizational and planning skills, with effective time management. Experience in complexities of scheduling and aware of Union parameters, guidelines, and work expectations. Practical and theoretical knowledge of the Company’s repertoire. Effective communication, coaching and feedback skills. Patient, supportive and exhibits diplomacy, tact, and a positive attitude. Flexible, adaptable, and collaborative team player, able to integrate into a diverse team, share learning and insights, and support the achievement of the artistic department. Consistently demonstrates a high level of integrity, confidentiality, accountability, dependability, initiative. General experience with MS Office Suite, SharePoint, wireless devices such as ‘iPads and video conferencing tools such as ‘Zoom’ and ‘Teams’.Qualified candidates are to submit their applications (resume, cover letter and include salary expectations) preferably as a single PDF document to with the subject heading: Répétiteur/Rehearsal Director"" by no later than May 31, 2023. Resumes will be reviewed as soon as they are received. We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Successful candidates will be subject to a criminal background check and must be fully immunized against COVID-19 as a condition of employment. This position offers competitive compensation commensurate with experience and a competitive benefits package.

The National Ballet of Canada is committed to fostering an inclusive, accessible, and equitable environment where employees feel valued and respected. We are committed to reflect the diversity of our community, our city and our country. We strive to ensure our recruitment and selection processes are bias-free. We welcome and encourage submissions from Indigenous, Black and People of Colour, the Deaf and disabled as well as individuals of all genders, cultures, ethnicities, sexual orientations, and abilities. We are committed to accommodating applicants with disabilities throughout the hiring process, in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). The Human Resources department will work with applicants requesting accommodation at any stage of the hiring process.
May 31, 2023
Artistic AdministratorCal PerformancesBerkeley, CACal Performances is seeking an Artistic Administrator. The Artistic Administrator reports to the Director of Artistic Planning at Cal Performances and will be principally responsible for assisting in booking the fine arts program presented and produced by Cal Performances across a suite of venues both on and off UC Berkeley’s campus. Administrator is responsible for preparing and tracking all contracts and performance fees for the Artistic Department. The incumbent provides high-level, confidential support to the Director or Artistic Programming regarding the budgeting process, fee negotiations and program details. Administrator ensures that contractual obligations for artists’ travel are met, working closely with Event Management & Production staff on air, hotels and ground transportation, as needed. Please visit (search by the Job ID #52594) or go to for more information and to apply. Please visit (search by the Job ID #52594) or go to for more information and to apply. May 27,2023
Executive DirectorSyracuse City BalletSyracuse, NYThe Executive Director provides hands-on leadership for Syracuse City Ballet and has ultimate responsibility for the financial and operating stability of the company, in support of the Artistic Director whose focus is on artistic excellence. The Executive Director is responsible for implementation of SCB’s vision and strategic plan; developing and maintaining external relationships with donors and with other organizations; managing finances, business staff and operations; supporting the Board of Directors; and building its profile and its resources to advance its artistic mission. The Executive Director reports to the Board of Directors through its President. The Executive Director has an important partnership with the Artistic Director–together they fulfill the artistic mission while ensuring the long-term sustainability of SCB. The Executive and Artistic Directors both serve as non-voting members of the Board of Directors.Interested candidates should send a letter of interest, along with a resume and list of three professional references to:, or by mail to: Syracuse City Ballet, 932 Spencer St. Syracuse, NY 13204.Rolling applications
Company ManagerColorado Ballet CompanyDenver, COColorado Ballet Company is seeking a Company Manager to support our company of 35 professional dancers with diverse backgrounds. Additionally, the Company has more than 25 members of the Studio Company, which provides young dancers with training and performance opportunities as a start to a professional career in ballet. Colorado Ballet Company is a Denver based non-profit organization celebrating 62 years of excellence. Our mission is to present exceptional classical ballet and contemporary dance through performances, training, education and community engagement while inspiring and growing an increasingly diverse audience base. Under minimal supervision the Company Manager (CM) is primarily responsible for assisting the Artistic Director, all administrative duties involving the Company Dancers, and serves as the contact person for all matters related to touring and guest artist relations.Please visit for details and instructions on how to apply.May 31, 2023
OBT2 Program Director & Principal School InstructorOregon Ballet TheatrePortland, ORThe OBT2 Program Director and School Instructor will plan season repertory for the OBT2 preprofessional dancers in conjunction with the Artistic Director and School Director; help select dancers to participate in the OBT2 program; teach, rehearse, mentor, and evaluate OBT2 dancers. They will create a robust men’s/boy’s program curriculum and grow the program. They will also be responsible for scheduling rehearsals/coordinating schedule with the OBT dance company; assist with tour and performance bookings; teach master classes, intermediate and advanced levels in technique, pointe, men’s classes, variations, partnering and repertory; supervise all OBT2 instructors; rehearse and choreograph pieces for the Annual School Performance as needed.Submit a cover letter and resume to Applications will be reviewed as they are received, and the position will remain open until filled. May 30, 2023
Academy Director (Cincinnati Ballet, Otto M. Budig Academy)Cincinnati BalletCincinnati, OHThe Academy Director serves as the artistic and pedagogical leader of Cincinnati Ballet’s Otto M. Budig Academy, responsible for bringing to life the Artistic Director’s vision for the Academy and implementing it across all Academy training programs. With a driving passion for the lifelong benefits of dance education, the Academy Director oversees the quality of instruction, syllabus, and curriculum, as well as the artistic integrity of all divisions within the Academy. The ideal candidate is an educational leader with vast experience and specialization in dance who embodies a forward-thinking and nurturing approach to dance instruction and is highly motivated in implementing innovative teaching methodologies centered on student success and development. The Academy Director must be a champion and advocate for all students within the Otto M. Budig Academy including those desiring a professional career as well as those pursuing dance recreationally, setting the tone for what constitutes a supportive learning environment within the studio. The Academy Director is also responsible for stewarding the development of all full- and part-time members of the Academy’s faculty, investing deeply in their mentorship and professional development. Working in partnership as a co-leader with the Vice President of Academy + Education Administration, the Academy Director is charged with growing the capacity and reputation of the Otto M. Budig Academy as one of the nation’s foremost dance education institutions.Interested candidates can apply here: 31, 2023
Principal, Contemporary TechniqueCincinnati BalletCincinnati, OHThe Principal, Contemporary Technique is responsible for delivery of high-quality dance instruction in contemporary dance techniques as well as the study and practice of dance composition across multiple levels of Academy + Education programming. As a key member of the Academy’s artistic leadership team, the Principal, Contemporary Technique should be the resident expert in these two fields with a keen ability to craft programs with a primary focus on contemporary dance education. The ideal candidate is a master teacher in contemporary dance and dance composition with certified specialization in either Countertechnique, Gaga, Limon, Release or NIQUE technique as well as expertise in an additional dance discipline (inclusive of ballet, modern, jazz, street dance, tap or similar style). This position requires a deep passion for education at all levels and ages and a thoughtful approach to the integration of dance disciplines to support the development of highly versatile dance artists and creators. The Principal, Contemporary Technique should support and inspire both professionally focused and recreational dancers and possess a professional, caring, and positive approach to teaching, mentoring, and student engagement. The Principal, Contemporary Technique 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.Interested candidates can apply here: 31, 2023
Community Engagement ManagerCincinnati BalletCincinnati, OHincinnati Ballet’s Community Engagement Manger serves a critical role building and maintaining relationships both internally and externally. They are responsible for launching, managing, overseeing, and implementing new and existing programs that deepen our connection to our community by creating genuine, impactful relationships. The Community Engagement Manager will create and implement enriching experiences that foster current audiences and help build future audiences. This position reports to the Associate Director or Patron Experience while working collaboratively with other internal departments.Interested candidates can apply here: 31, 2023
Dean of the College of Arts + ArchitectureUniversity of North Carolina at CharlotteCharlotte, NCThe University of North Carolina at Charlotte seeks a creative and collaborative academic leader for the position of Dean of the College of Arts + Architecture. Reporting to the Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, the dean will be chief executive and academic officer of one of North Carolina’s largest and most diverse arts and architecture programs, uniquely situated within a rapidly growing, civically engaged urban research university in the vibrant city of Charlotte. The dean will collaborate with faculty, staff, students, and the professional community to express a unified and visible identity for the College of Arts + Architecture; elevate research within the College; advance an excellent, diverse, and engaged community and faculty; develop new strategic interdisciplinary graduate programs; embrace and raise up the mission of student access and support; and manage and strengthen financial resources. The ideal candidate will have an energetic and collaborative leadership style that inspires faculty, students, and staff to develop a shared vision for the future. Candidates must have a record of scholarly achievement in research and/or practice commensurate with an appointment as a tenured full professor in the College of Arts + Architecture at the University. As an EOE/AA employer 3, 2023
Programs DirectorHeidi Duckler DanceLos Angeles, CAThe Programs Director plans and executes the company’s professional programs and artistic residencies from start to finish. The ideal candidate will be a committed team member who will have a significant impact on the operations and external relations of a multi-disciplinary organization in the field of dance and film.Please send your resume and cover letter to for more information. May 30, 2023
Director of ProductionSan Francisco BalletSan Francisco, CAAs a member of the Leadership Team with minimal supervision, works closely with the Artistic Director and Artistic Department, to present high quality performances, prioritizing a high-quality experience for the artists and guest designers. Oversee and direct the successful operations of the Production Department, while overseeing budgeting, and financial management of all production departments and touring engagements and facilities.Please apply online, at our website: until filled
PRODUCTION MANAGERORPHEUM THEATRE GROUPMEMPHIS, TN"Title: Production Manager Department: Operations Reports to: Technical Director FLSA Status: Full Time; Exempt Minimum Salary: $43,000 annually$49,000 At the Orpheum Theatre Group, you will find amazing talent on our stages and throughout our dedicated staff. We are committed to serving the Mid-South through our nonprofit mission, which includes our numerous education and community engagement programs and our commitment to equity and diversity. Our Orpheum Theatre Group team is dynamic, creative, innovative, and community-minded, and we are ready to welcome you! The Production Manager is mainly responsible for the technical operations of the Theatre, Board Room, Rehearsal Hall, Dance Studio and Classroom equipment for the Halloran Centre. This includes lighting, sound, video, scenery, projections, smartboard and all multi-media. This role will work collaboratively with the Production Team to ensure all aspects of the of the Orpheum Theatre Group’s technical operations in both the Halloran Centre and Orpheum Theatre run smoothly and safely. How You Will Contribute Technical Direction • Communicates with VP of Operations for the Halloran Centre, Halloran Centre Sales Manager and/or VP of Education and Community Engagement on the technical rider to determine lighting, audio, equipment and other stage and set-up requirements. • Coordinate and advance technical requirements for productions within the Halloran Centre. • Set up and operate technical equipment (i.e., lighting, AV, projection) for performances and events at the Halloran Centre. Assist guest designers and engineers as needed. • Order and track supplemental gear for shows as needed. • Operate, maintain, and safeguard the technical assets, including supervising the use of lighting, sound, communications equipment, and the use and maintenance of stage facilities. • Orient renters and visiting productions on safety, technical characteristics, and other areas of technical operations within the theatre. • Supervise additional labor that may be required to maintain the quality control of the productions. Administrative Duties: • Assist in training and assignment of volunteer or paid technical staff for individual shows. • Maintain inventory and ordering of specialized supplies. • Make recommendations to theatre leadership regarding capital purchases and upgrades of technical equipment. • Accommodate building HVAC adjustments for client comfort. • Partner with Education and Community Engagement team to provide quality technical training to students in all areas of theatre production. • Attend management and general staff meetings. Safety and Compliance: • Ensures work is performed safely in accordance with departmental procedures. • Safely operate and maintain motorized rigging equipment. • Monitor the condition of equipment including lighting, sound, and rigging equipment; arrange for the repair and replacement; perform preventive maintenance on equipment; ensure larger repairs are sent out in a timely fashion. • Performs safety checks on equipment. • Other duties as assigned. Department and Organization Participation • Contribute to department and organizational goals as well as individual goals. • Assist as needed on all department duties as assigned. • Interact with co-workers in the spirit of cooperation, collaboration, and teamwork. • Maintain a positive attitude toward change. • Support the organization’s fundraising initiatives and assist as needed at fundraising events. • Contribute to the organization’s mission, vision, values, and commitment to equity. How You Stand Out Preferred Experience and Education • 2 or more years of experience in related position or a combination of education and experience providing equivalent knowledge. • Working knowledge of the following: § Construction and set design. § Lighting § Stage rigging § Audio and sound reinforcement § Stage/production management § Knowledge and clear understanding of professional standards of stage safety Preferred Skills • Problem Solving: Strategic thinking and problem-solving skills in situations with a variety of variables and limited standardization. • Initiative and Creativity: Plan work and carry out tasks without detailed instructions; prepare for problems or opportunities in advance; respond to situations as they arise with minimal supervision. • Communication: Communicates clearly and accurately across all functions of the business in a timely manner. • Policy and Procedures: Analysis and application skills that result in understanding, creating, enforcing, and adhering to standardized policies and procedures for the organization as well as for events. • Commitment to Safety: Understand, encourage, and carry out compliance with safety policies and procedures; take personal responsibility for safety. • Microsoft Office suite (particularly, advanced knowledge of spreadsheets) • Requires standing and walking about 70% of the time; may lift and carry objects up to 50 lbs.; Push or pull objects up to 100lbs using appropriate equipment; may climb stairs and ladders; may bend, twist, kneel, stoop, and reach overhead; ability to work at heights. • The noise level in the environment ranges from quiet in the office to moderate to loud during events. • Skilled in safely operating a scissor and personal man lift. • May be exposed to irregular ranges of humidity and temperature. • Maintains irregular and extended working hours as needed to support event-based schedule. How We Stand Out Benefits and Perks • 401(k)and 401(k) matching • Health, dental, vision, and life insurance • Paid time off • Unlimited paid sick time • Paid holidays • Parental leave • Parking provided. • Tuition reimbursement opportunities • A diverse team of colleagues • Volunteer and committee opportunities • Tickets to select Orpheum and Halloran Centre events as available. • Campus located in the heart of downtown Memphis with a historic theatre and modern performing arts and education center. Our Mission The mission of the Orpheum Theatre Group is to enhance the communities we serve by utilizing the performing arts to entertain, educate and enlighten while preserving the historic Orpheum Theatre and the Halloran Centre for Performing Arts & Education. Our Vision The Orpheum Theatre Group will strive to be a world-class performing arts organization, serving as a cultural beacon and catalyst for positive change. Our Values • Innovative: The Orpheum Theatre Group takes risk and invests in new ideas. • Inclusive: The Orpheum Theatre Group is welcoming and accepting to all. • Inspirational: The Orpheum Theatre Group motivates positive change through the performing arts. • Integrity: The Orpheum Theatre Group acts ethically and considers all viewpoints. • lmpactful: The Orpheum Theatre Group provides meaningful opportunity. • Transformative: The Orpheum Theatre Group changes lives, Memphis and the world. Our Commitment to Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion We are dedicated to equity, inclusion, and respect. We commit ourselves to listening to and elevating voices that have been systemically silenced. The Orpheum Theatre Group is an Equal Opportunity/ Affirmative Action Employer, we will consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin or ancestry, sex, age (40+), disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, or any other legally protected status under local, state, or federal law. Interested candidates should submit an application and resume to "Submit Resume to hr@nullorpheum-memphis.orgJune 11, 2023
Chief Marketing OfficerSan Francisco BalletSan Francisco, CAThe Chief Marketing Officer will work in close partnership with the Artistic Director and report to the Executive Director. The CMO will lead the team to raise the local, national, and global visibility of the San Francisco Ballet; diversify and engage current and future audiences; establish and achieve earned revenue targets; and build new, mutually beneficial connections with the local and national arts community. The CMO is responsible for driving $25 million+ in earned revenue and devising strategies to maximize public participation and interest in the work of SF Ballet. Apply online, at our website: 1, 2023
Individual Giving and Cultivation ManagerDance/NYCNew York, NYDance/NYC seeks a full-time Individual Giving and Cultivation Manager to work with the Director of Development to develop, manage, and implement a comprehensive individual and corporate giving strategy as well as cultivation initiatives that build our base of supporters. This includes leading the organization’s online giving campaigns, annual direct mailings, sponsorships, as well as in-person and digital fundraising events. Application Link: 7, 2023
Manager of Programs and PartnershipsDance/NYCNew York, NYDance/NYC seeks a full-time Manager of Programs and Partnerships to work with the Director of Programming and Justice Initiatives to manage and implement a robust calendar of events and touchpoints with various partnerships/stakeholders. This includes all aspects of administration supporting public programming forwarding Dance/NYC’s key areas of advocacy and research, leadership training, networking and convening, technology and visibility, and regranting.cApplication Link: 7, 2023
Development AssistantJoffrey BalletChicago, ILThe Joffrey is seeking a full-time Development Assistant to be responsible for the proper acceptance, recording, reporting and acknowledging of gifts and pledges in accordance with Joffrey policy and state and federal laws and IRS regulations. This position supports the Chief Advancement Officer (CAO) and Director of Development (DOD) on scheduling needs in addition to supporting the general fundraising needs of the department. The Development Assistant works closely and collaboratively with members of the development, marketing, finance, and IT departments.TO APPLY: please visit our Career Center for more details and to submit your application materials.June 7, 2023
Director of Development OperationsJoffrey BalletChicago, ILThe Joffrey is seeking a full-time Director of Development Operations to be responsible for proper acceptance, tracking, recording, reporting, and acknowledging of gifts and pledges in accordance with Joffrey policy, state and federal laws, and IRS regulations. This position manages the database to ensure the highest, most streamlined level of functionality for the advancement team, identifying opportunities that leverage the data to inform strategy. The Director of Development Operations works closely and collaboratively with members of the finance and IT departments.TO APPLY: please visit our Career Center for more details and to submit your application materials.June 7, 2023
IDEA DirectorWhite BirdPortland, ORThe Inclusion/Diversity/Equity/Accessibility Director (IDEA Director) will lead the development, refinement and implementation of White Bird’s community engagement and outreach initiatives, as well as the development of new programs which further our commitment to providing a welcoming, respectful, and safe environment for all. This position also works internally, together with the Executive Director and other Team members, to examine White Bird’s current practices through the lens of our Equity Commitment, and to provide guidance on bringing our collective actions into closer alignment with our values and goals. The incoming Director will join White Bird at an exciting moment of transition and growth, and will find dedicated partners in action within our Staff and Board. We are a small team of devoted arts administrators, passionate about dance. The IDEA Director, a new position within the organization, is a leadership position with broad involvement in planning and strategizing across the organization.Please email a résumé, cover letter, and the contact information for 2-3 professional references to

Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the position is filled, but early application is highly recommended. The anticipated start date for this position is in July 2023.
June 30, 2023
Assistant to the Director and Board LiaisonJacob's Pillow Dance FestivalBecket, MAWe are looking for a full-time Assistant to the Director and Board Liaison to support the Director in coordinating schedules, travel, logistics, hospitality, and special events on her behalf and in conjunction with other leadership staff. In addition, acts as the board liaison, sends all board-related communications, and organizes board and committee meetings, records, and events, working closely with the Deputy Director and Chief Philanthropy Officer. This position offers the unique opportunity to take on special assignments and expand your skill set.Please visit to complete your application online. You will be prompted to upload a cover letter, resume, and references. All inquiries and materials will be confidential. Please do not submit your application by email or hard copy.July 10, 2023
Parking AttendantJacob's Pillow Dance FestivalBecket, MAWe're looking for a Parking Attendant to join the Facilities Department to provide courteous, reliable, and efficient customer service while monitoring and maintaining the cleanliness of the parking area. Please visit to complete your application online. You will be prompted to upload a cover letter, resume, and references. All inquiries and materials will be confidential. Please do not submit your application by email or hard copy.July 10, 2023
Human Resources Coordinator Jacob's Pillow Dance FestivalBecket, MA Jacob's Pillow seeks an Human Resources Coordinator who is responsible for the support and maintenance of the Pillow’s Human Resources Information System(HRIS) and ensures accurate best practice business process/workflows and other system dependencies are in place to support the administrators of recruitment, hiring, annual performance reviews, benefits administration, open enrollment, payroll and reporting efforts. The HR Coordinator processes the bi-weekly payroll and maintains the record keeping of the full employee lifecycle. Assists with the administration of HR programs and training activities, as well as organization-wide communication and knowledge management.Please visit to complete your application online. You will be prompted to upload a cover letter, resume, and references. All inquiries and materials will be confidential. Please do not submit your application by email or hard copy.July 10, 2023
Special Events CoordinatorJacob's Pillow Dance FestivalBecket, MAJacob’s Pillow seeks a creative Special Events Coordinator to plan and execute a wide variety of events to cultivate and steward relationships with members, donors and other constituencies with the highest level of care. The Special Events Coordinator plays an vital role in delivering the Pillow’s summer Festival, and works closely across the organization including Marketing, Production, Community Engagement, The School, Box Office, Finance, and vendors in order to coordinate and deliver a successful schedule of more than a dozen events throughout the summer. Please visit to complete your application online. You will be prompted to upload a cover letter, resume, and references. All inquiries and materials will be confidential. Please do not submit your application by email or hard copy.July 10, 2023
SOUND & VIDEO SUPERVISORJacob's Pillow Dance FestivalBecket, MAJacob’s Pillow seeks a SOUND & VIDEO SUPERVISOR to join the Production Department and work closely with/report directly to the Director of Technical Production. The Sound & Video Supervisor is expected to be able to function independently on projects under their direct supervision as well as assist the Director of Technical Production in the day-to-day operations of the Sound & Video Department, maintain a safe and healthy work environment, and coordinate audio and video resources related to the production of festival performances and special events. Please visit to complete your application online. You will be prompted to upload a cover letter, resume, and references. All inquiries and materials will be confidential. Please do not submit your application by email or hard copy.June 1, 2023
DriverJacob's Pillow Dance FestivalBecket, MADrivers are an integral part of the Programming Department team working to provide transportation for artists to and from nearby cities (Boston, NYC), airports, train stations, and bus stops. Additionally, drivers will need to assist with picking up and delivering various supplies from a variety of vendors. Drivers will report directly to the Artist Services Manager, but will often work closely with the Programming Department Team on scheduling and details. Hours will be varied and may require some on call hours. Attention to detail, punctuality, driving experience, and friendly hospitality are the most sought after qualities in a candidate.Please visit to complete your application online. You will be prompted to upload a cover letter, resume, and references. All inquiries and materials will be confidential. Please do not submit your application by email or hard copy.July 10, 2023
Artistic Administrative Coordinator Houston Ballet Houston, TXThe Artistic Administrative Coordinator provides high-level administrative support to the Artistic Department. Duties of the Artistic Administrative Coordinator are clerical and project-based and include scheduling travel and meetings, handling information requests and correspondence, and creating detailed documents. This position is often privy to confidential information and as such, requires diplomacy and discretion.Apply Here: 31, 2023
Artistic Planning Coordinator Houston Ballet Houston, TXWorking closely with the Artistic Director, General Manager, Artistic Staff, and Visiting Artists, the Artistic Planning Coordinator provides high-level administrative and logistical support for all Artistic Department and Company dancer activities. The Artistic Planning Coordinator is responsible for Company related scheduling, casting documents, and class/rehearsal/studio matters. In addition to adaptability and attention to detail, this position requires someone who is adept at building and adjusting complex schedules, well-organized, self-starting, and decisive.Apply Here: 31, 2023
Academy Student Support CoordinatorHouston Ballet Houston, TXThe Academy Student Support Coordinator assists the Academy department with student enrollment, Academy facility needs, and customer service. This position supports the Registrar’s Office and Student Life Manager and serves as a point of contact for parents and students. This individual must be well organized with a strong attention to detail and exhibit a pleasant professional demeanor in customer interactions. This individual should have strong interest and experience working in systems that support student learning.Apply Here: 31, 2023
Director of the Annual FundAtlanta BalletAtlanta, GAThe 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 CoordinatorInterested applicants should submit a cover letter and resume for consideration to HRinfo@nullatlantaballet.comJuly 7, 2023
Rehearsal Director & CoachJoffrey BalletChicago, ILThe Rehearsal Director oversees the rehearsals and staging of all ballets and is responsible for the training and development of all Company Artists. This position works closely with other Rehearsal Directors, General Manager, Company Manager, Artistic Staff, Academy Staff, Production Manager, Music Director, Stage Manager, Visiting Artists, Dancers, and Pianists. The Rehearsal Director serves as an ambassador for the Joffrey, and participates in events, performances, and other related activities.TO APPLY: please visit our Career Center for more details and to submit your application materials.July 7, 2023
2023-2024 National Visiting Fellowship for Ballet Teachers (5 Openings) The School of American BalletNew York, NYThe School of American Ballet (SAB) invites U.S.-based classical ballet instructors with a proven commitment to teaching students from diverse backgrounds to apply for the National Visiting Fellows Program. Visiting Fellows are invited to attend two all-expenses-paid sessions during SAB’s Winter Term, where they observe a range of SAB classes, meet with faculty to discuss SAB’s curriculum and strategies for progression, teach SAB students and receive faculty feedback, and discuss relevant topics in dance education with administrative staff and faculty. In addition, the home school of each Visiting Fellow receives a monetary award of $5,000, to be applied to current or future diversity-related initiatives. Applicants will be selected based on various qualifications, including, but not limited to, teaching quality, demographics of the community served, and commitment to serving students of color and/or underrepresented communities. The School of American Ballet encourages submissions from diverse applicants. Fellows will be selected and notified by early August."DATES OF 2023-2024 FELLOWSHIP
Fall: October 23-October 28, 2023 (travel to NYC October 22)
Winter: Virtual class observation to take place February/March 2024
Spring: April 29-May 4, 2024 (travel to NYC April 28)

Observe a complete range of SAB Winter Term classes.
Attend curricula and technique demonstrations with students and faculty.
Meet with SAB faculty members to discuss training methods and other relevant topics.
Serve as a Teaching Assistant for select Children’s Division classes in partnership with an SAB Faculty member.
Provide Zoom access for SAB Faculty to virtually observe a live class at your home studio between fall and spring sessions.
Teach an Upper Children’s Division class utilizing the SAB curriculum and receive feedback from SAB faculty.
Meet with School Leadership to discuss administrative operations and topics of diversity and inclusion in ballet.
Be at least 21 years old and have a minimum of five years teaching experience in classical ballet.
Be currently employed by a U.S.-based dance academy or studio. Non-U.S. citizens are welcome to apply, if the affiliated school or studio is in the United States. Artistic directors are welcome to apply.
Have a demonstrated and documented commitment to serving underrepresented communities in ballet and/or students of color.
Have the full support of your home institution.

Application Requirements

Include a letter from your organization’s artistic leadership acknowledging your application and indicating their support for you to participate in the Fellowship if selected. (Not applicable for applicant’s currently serving as Artistic/School Directors).


Recorded in-person ballet classes are requested and should highlight applicant's ability to give clear directions and corrections to their students, rather than promote student performance. Video sample is meant to demonstrate how the applicant teaches their students and how they prepare and develop students for the rigors of classical ballet. Applicants will be evaluated on how they teach and communicate information to students.

We request all videos be uploaded to a streaming service such as YouTube or Vimeo prior to submitting the online application. You will be required to provide a link/url to your final video(s) in the application. Links that require the video to be downloaded are not accepted. Additionally, please do not provide links that require an invitation to a specific email address to view (such as in the “private” setting for YouTube uploads).

Note that you do not need to compromise your privacy in order to submit a video. To keep your videos private on YouTube, choose the “unlisted” setting (instead of the default “public” setting) when you upload your video. An “unlisted” video will not be publicly viewable in your YouTube channel and cannot be found through a YouTube search. Vimeo users can update their privacy settings by selecting “People with the private link” under “Who can watch”. This will hide the video from your Vimeo channel and searches. For an added layer of privacy on Vimeo, you can add a password by selecting “people with the password,” which you must then provide on the application.

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Two, all-expense paid trips to New York City for the fall and spring sessions.
$5,000 grant to support diversity initiatives for participant’s affiliated school.
$1,000 weekly stipend for each onsite residency at SAB.
$250 stipend for virtual class observation and 1:1 with SAB faculty during Winter session.
One complimentary ticket to a New York City Ballet performance (provided fellowship visit occurs during NYCB season)."
June 30, 2023
Technical DirectorOrlando BalletOrlando, FLUnder the direction of the Director of Production, the Technical Director is responsible for all technical production operations of all Orlando Ballet professional company and school performances and engagements, including all special events for departments in the organization. Orlando Ballet is seeking a driven, self-motivated highly organized individual, with a commitment to supporting Orlando Ballet in its mission to entertain, educate and enrich through the highest quality of dance.To apply for this position, please send a resume and cover letter to 30, 2023
Arts Nonprofit Fiscal AssociatePentacleNew York, NYPentacle’s Fiscal Services include fiscal administration, bookkeeping, and fiscal sponsorship…each program offering different levels of fiscal support for both non-profit companies and unincorporated artists at different stages in their careers. As a Fiscal Associate you will be working with artists to help support the overall financial wellness of their artistic entity and further support them in creating a sustainable business model. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: basic administrative tasks, bookkeeping, correspondence with multiple artists/companies at a time, and insurance policy coordination.This is a full-time position, 40 hours per week at $20/hr. Benefits include: Paid holidays, paid vacation, paid sick time, health benefits, performance ticket stipend, flexible schedule, participation in TransitChek program You must be able to work onsite at our office 3 days per week. The other 2 days may be worked remotely or in the office (located in the Financial District of NYC). Please fill out our Application Form to apply. Interested applicants should apply sooner than later. Details and application: 15, 2023
Assistant Stage Manager Philadelphia BalletPhiladelphia PAThe 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. 1, 2023
Associate Director of Individual GivingJoffrey BalletChicago, ILThe Joffrey is seeking a full-time Associate Director of Individual Giving to be responsible for managing the Joffrey’s annual campaign with the main focus of soliciting donations from individuals between $1 and $5,000. This includes overseeing the Joffrey’s annual campaign process, including direct appeals, fundraising and cultivation events, donor stewardship, and working closely with volunteer groups. The Associate Director of Individual Giving 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 7, 2023
Production Stage Manager Nashville BalletNashville, TN"Position Title: Production Stage Manager Department: Production Reports To: Director of Production; Direct Reports: 1 Created: January 2023 Full-time salary exempt Salary Range: $50,000 - $55,000 Start Date: July 1, 2023 Position Summary: Reporting to the Director of Production, the Production Stage Manager will be responsible for management and facilitation of the NB production process from maintenance of schedules, Artistic collaboration, and management of resources for Nashville Ballet and School of Nashville Ballet productions and special events. Interaction: The Production Stage Manager will collaborate closely with other staff members in Production, Development, Marketing, Administration, the School of Nashville Ballet, and the Director of Facilities and must be able to demonstrate excellent written and verbal communication skills. Interpersonal Communication/Teamwork: Listens well, shares work-related information, is open to others’ perspectives, work styles, and methods. Willingly collaborates and cooperates with others in the organization. Develops successful working relationships at all levels and values these relationships as critical to effective work. Must be able to express ideas clearly, both verbally and in writing. Dependability/Punctuality: Must be reliable and have a commitment to punctuality. Must extend courtesy, friendliness, and overall respect to all the above. This role will collaborate with other staff and/or departments. Attention to detail is extremely important for this position. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: • Serve as Production Stage Manager for all Nashville Ballet productions including Main Company, Second Company, Community Engagement, Special Events, and School of Nashville Ballet productions • Serve as backstage facilitator and supervisor responsible for seeing that all elements of productions come together to achieve the artistic vision (with Director of Production and Technical Director) • Communication & coordination with Director of Production, Artistic Staff, Wardrobe, overhire production crew and IATSE Stagehands and Dancers • Facilitation of studio rehearsals • Communication of rehearsal props needs with NB crew heads and prop supervision while in studio for rehearsals • Communication of rehearsal costume needs with NB Wardrobe Director and supervision of costumes when in rehearsals • Studio support for the eight Martin Center studios such as floor cleaning, floor tape maintenance & spike marks and A-V Equipment Security • Support for in studio rehearsal viewing with AV needs i.e. Zoom, live streaming • Ability to follow a musical score and/or read music. • Cue sheets/Running Lists: Rail, Scenic, Prop, Deck Electric, Pyro/FX, sound, Quick Change (with Wardrobe) • Maintaining Production Schedules for each program of the season. (with Director of Production) • Backstage signage: running orders, timing sheets, directional arrows (with Company Relations Manager) • Supervision of NB crew heads, IATSE Crew and Wardrobe in theatre (with Technical Director during the full run and Director of Production when needed after opening) • Knowledge and understanding of AGMA and IATSE contract language. • Scheduling and supervision of SM Interns from local universities as they provide studio support and assist in the theater for the various NB productions. • Performance venue staff liaison once the show is open (with Technical Director) • Supervision of technical rehearsals and performances within contract guidelines (Dancer, IATSE & Musicians’) • Rehearsal/Performance Show Cueing/ Documentation • Daily check-ins with the Rehearsal Directors • Attendance in studio rehearsal in order to support Artistic needs. Sending out of rehearsal notes or reports as needed • Take notes at production and design meetings and distribute to all involved in the production • Technical and dress rehearsal and performance reports for all productions. • Playbill Casting Check Support with Company and Artistic Relations Manager • Public Address Announcements • Touring and Run Out Production Planning /Supervision (with Director of Production and Technical Director) • Season planning research (with Director of Production) and season advance planning for costumes, props and scenery in order to assist departments in preparation for the current season and future season budgeting • Preparation and distribution of the rehearsal and performance audio tracks and staging videos to the Artistic team for each performance. May include some editing. • Uploading of rehearsal videos and archival videos to the Dropbox and communicating their locations with sending of links to Artistic and Designers as needed. (some editing may be required for the archival video.) This does not include videos for marketing, streaming or broadcasting Key Professional Experience/Job Requirements: • A diverse range of production experience in dance and events, etc. • Bachelor’s in fine arts technical field or 5-7 years’ experience managing and delivering production elements and workflow in a fast-paced environment. • Strong interpersonal skills and can adapt to different environments and work well under pressure. • Great technical knowledge and computer-literacy. • Ability to work extended hour consecutive days. • Ability to work nights and weekends (mandatory). • Ability to proactively manage multiple tasks, prioritize work and be able to meet tight deadlines. • Willingness to learn new processes and skills for professional development opportunities. • A respect for confidentiality. • Commitment to the arts. Expected Work Hours and Travel: • Must be able to work flexible shifts, including some nights, weekends, and holidays, depending on rehearsal, performance and events schedules. • Travel as appropriate to complete job tasks. Additional Eligibility Qualifications: To be considered for this position, candidates must be willing to complete a background check. • Other Duties: Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change at any time with or without notice. Work Environment: The work environment characteristics described here represent those an employee encounter while performing this job's essential functions. Reasonable accommodations may enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the noise level in the work environment is usually low to moderate. Disclaimer Statement: This is not necessarily an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, skills, duties, requirements, efforts, or working conditions associated with the job. While this document is intended to describe the current position accurately, circumstances may require other or different tasks to be performed (e.g., emergencies, changes in personnel, workload, rush jobs, or technological developments). To Apply: Please send a cover letter and resume to with “Production Stage Manager” in the subject line. No phone calls, please. Nashville Ballet is an equal opportunity employer.""To Apply:
Please send a cover letter and resume to with “Production Stage Manager” in the subject line.

No phone calls, please.
June 30, 2023
Director of DevelopmentNashville BalletNashville, TN"Reports To: Artistic Director/CEO and/or COO Area of Responsibility: Development Wage Classification: Full-Time Exempt Salary Range: $90,000 - $100,000 Position Summary: The Director of Development must be highly motivated and a driven leader that meets a double-digit percentage increase growth in revenue year over year. As part of the Executive Leadership Team, the Director of Development actively oversees the leadership and strategic aspects of the Development Department, including, but not limited to, engagement with key board volunteers, supervision of Development staff, and the planning and implementation of all related cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship activities. The Director of Development works closely with the Artistic Director/CEO, the COO and the Development Committee in planning and making asks and is involved with fundraising efforts and events supporting all aspects of the company. Essential Functions and Responsibilities: • Lead professional to direct all contributed income activities to meet and exceed annual operating revenue goals: corporate sponsorships, special events (including Nashville Ballet’s signature fundraiser, Ballet Ball), and individual gifts, with a special emphasis on major gifts. o Serve as the Development “manager strategist,” supervising the work of Development staff members and conducting annual evaluations. o Manage, track, and support the COO, Artistic Director/CEO, and Board of Directors in cultivation and solicitation of gifts and grants. o Staff the Board Development committee meetings, supporting and coordinating with the Committee Chair on prospect development and stewardship efforts, as well as advocacy work. o Assist Ballet Ball co-chairs with development strategy and key asks. o As needed, act in support of grant writer for larger government and foundation grants o Set and implement the annual fundraising plan to be executed by the entire team, including course correction strategy as needed. o Maintain a portfolio of major donors, assist with portfolio management for all other staff/volunteers holding portfolios, including but not limited to corporate, individual, foundations, underwriting, and government contributions. • Actively own and manage the philanthropic section of the company’s strategic plan; plan, execute and evaluate resource development strategies against goals; set future goals. • Develop, implement, monitor, assess and adjust the annual Development budget, and communicate clearly when adjustments, shortfalls or big wins occur. • Actively seek out and review new fundraising methodologies and fundraising trends, leveraging this growing knowledge base to benefit Nashville Ballet. • Market a sustained planned giving program that broadens the legacy giving program • Assure that donor stewardship, benefit and cultivation activities encourage donors and sponsors to enjoy and reinvest in the Nashville Ballet. • Manage, lead, and empower the Development team. General Responsibilities: • Represent Nashville Ballet at all main company performances and professionally in Nashville and greater Middle Tennessee. • Access, understand and leverage Tessitura. • Support the leadership of the Relevé Society • Prepare for and attend all Staff and Director meetings • Collaborate with all other departments (Marketing, Production, Artistic, Outreach and School) to conceive and execute effective development strategies for the company. • Attend board meetings, and board committee meetings as needed. 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 25 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. Work Requirements and Qualifications 1. Education: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience 2. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Excellent written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills. Ability to provide leadership and manage. Ability to make decisions and solve problems, independently and collaboratively. Word processing/spreadsheet/database skills. Ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously. 3. Experience: 6-8 years of increasingly responsible experience in non-profit management (Arts preferred); Proven record in raising funds. 4. Equipment: standard office equipment including computer and software, phone, copier, etc. Disclaimer Statement: This is not necessarily an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, skills, duties, requirements, efforts or working conditions associated with the job. While this is intended to be an accurate description of the current job, it may require that other, or different tasks be performed when circumstances change (e.g., emergencies, changes in personnel, workload""To Apply:
Please send a cover letter and resume to with “Director of Development” in the subject line.

No phone calls, please.
June 30, 2023
Director of Dance EducationGabriella Charter SchoolsLos Angeles, CAThe Director of Dance Education is responsible for the instructional and creative leadership of Gabriella Charter Schools’ dance and arts program. The Director of Dance Education will be the outward face of arts instruction for the organization and will help establish Gabriella Charter Schools as a leading organization in arts education in public schools. The Director of Dance Education will work in conjunction with the Director of Instruction and School Principals to oversee dance curriculum and instruction, ensure dance integration and professional development for arts faculty occurs across the organization, and coaching teachers to integrate movement with core content. In addition to envisioning and producing the end-of-year recital and mid-year showcases, the Director of Dance Education will additionally represent the school organization at key events to promote the Gabriella Charter Schools approach to arts instruction across Los Angeles and develop partnerships with key stakeholders. Please apply on Edjoin at 7, 2023
Patron Services ManagerColorado Ballet CompanyDenver, COThe Patron Services Manager is responsible for the management of all earned revenue income through mainstage production ticket sales. The position requires someone who is creative, energetic, and manages all aspects of box office, season ticket sales, and web ticketing for all productions while upholding a standard of excellent service for all patrons. The manager reports to the Director of Marketing and Communications and works closely with all departments to meet organizational needs as they relate to Colorado Ballet’s patron base. This position requires some non-traditional work hours, including regular weekend and evening shifts during productions.Visit our website for more details and application instructions. 25, 2023
School DirectorBallet Rhode Island (formerly Festival Ballet Providence)Providence, RIBallet Rhode Island is seeking a qualified Director of the School of Ballet RI to help train, develop, and inspire the next generation of dancers, dance educators, and dance supporters. This position is an essential administrative role and rounds out the senior leadership team, providing critical thought and support as Ballet RI launches into its exciting new chapter. The School Director of Ballet RI will work alongside other administrators to build and execute a strategic education plan, as well as oversee the continued growth and development of the school.Please email a cover letter and resume to with “School Director Application” in the subject line. Applications are due by June 21, 2023 June 21, 2023
Production ManagerLouisville BalletLouisville, KY, USAThe Production Manager is responsible for execution of the artistic vision for productions presented by Louisville Ballet and The Louisville Ballet School, including but not limited to scenery and lighting for existing and new works. Working closely with the Artistic Director, the Production Manager will manage and maintain all Louisville Ballet productions to ensure maximum efficiencies and longevities of all hard and digital assets. The Production Manager reports to the Artistic Director alongside the Costume Director, Resident Lighting Designer, Company Manager, and Stage Manager.Please send a resume to Erik Nelson at with “PRODUCTION MANAGER” in the email heading. Thank you for your interest in Louisville Ballet!September 1, 2023
Program Coordinator - Arts AdministrationJoffrey Ballet SchoolNew York, NYJoffrey Ballet School is seeking a Program Coordinator for the Ballet division of the year-round Trainee Program. A successful candidate will be a team player who can logistically assist with the day-to-day operations for this renowned pre-professional dance program. The job requires a creative spirit with a well-organized mind, willing to jump between multiple projects at a quick pace. Please note that this is an administrative position, with no teaching or directing responsibilities. Responsibilities: Act as a liaison between the Artistic Directors, faculty, staff, and students to support the daily administrative requirements of the Program. Responsible for maintaining a calendar of events for the Artistic Director including meetings, travel, and daily priorities. Assist in drafting and monitoring correspondence on behalf of the Artistic Director. Maintain and distribute all materials for faculty and students, including semester-based teaching schedules, weekly student schedules, payroll, and guest artist contracts and schedules. Develop rehearsal and event schedules for two mainstage performances, as well as any additional opportunities throughout the year. This includes interacting with performance venues, scheduling the production team, developing rehearsal schedules, creating student call sheets, and other necessary tasks determined by the Artistic Director. Work closely and coordinate with other departments, including Marketing to arrange weekly content, Music Director with schedule adjustments, and other administrators to maintain attendance, accreditation materials, transcripts, and student files. Qualifications: Undergraduate degree or minor in Arts Administration, or equivalent experience. High competency with MacOS, Google Suite, Microsoft Excel, and Microsoft Word. Knowledge and passion for arts and entertainment, preferably in dance. Extremely organized and motivated, with great attention to detail. Exceptional writing skills in correspondence with students, faculty, parents, and industry professionals, as determined by the Artistic Director. Strong collaborative and interpersonal skills, working with multiple departments simultaneously. Ability to work fulltime, in-person at our offices in New York City. Skills to support content creation are beneficial, but not required (capturing photos and videos in the studios, backstage at events, and other “day in the life” of a Joffrey Ballet School Trainee). Salary Range: $40K-$50K Annually. For more information on the Joffrey Ballet School please go to our website at www.joffreyballetschool.comEmail Cover Letter & CV to Nancy Cole at ncole@nulljoffreyballetschool.comUntil Filled
Marketing Communications ManagerCarolyn Dorfman DanceUnion, NJResponsibilities: General Communications –Design and edit brochures, postcards, programs, and other literature for shows, residencies and bookings. Help prepare and disseminate press releases, articles and success stories across media platforms. Digital Communications – Maintain the website and develop electronic communications strategy to make the company’s internet and social media presence robust. Direct Mail and Database Management – Organize/Maintain the organizations mailing lists, currently in Excel, and CRM database in Bloomerang for donors, patrons. Fundraising and Events Management – Assist in coordinating events, especially the gala, with ED, board, and volunteers. Provide on-site event coordination and budget reconciliation support. Performances- Provide front of house support, set up information and merchandise tables at events, and sell merchandise. Assist the company manager and technical staff picking up or dropping off production items. Must be able to lift at least 20lbs. Information Technology – Manages organization’s Microsoft Office 365 and Google Suite accounts. Maintains a variety of computer devices such as MAC and NAS server. Board of Directors – Assist ED in communicating with the board, preparing for board meetings, setting up meetings, completing action items relevant to staff administration. Volunteer and Intern Management – Assist in recruiting volunteers and interns. Will supervise office intern(s) if hired, throughout the year. email cover letter and resume to Executive Director, athomas@nullcarolyndorfman.danceJune 9, 2023
Executive DirectorCarolyn Dorfman DanceUnion, NJThis position reports directly to the Executive Director (ED) and is responsible for managing all communications (from design to distribution), database management and basic fundraising activities for the dance company to position the company, develop audience and build donor base. Full-time, Available-Immediately, Hybrid, Salary up to $50,000 with benefitsCover letter and resume should be emailed to ED Anita Thomas, 19, 2023
Rehearsal DirectorCharlotte BalletCharlotte, NCThe Rehearsal Director will report to the Charlotte Ballet Artistic Director and will support the AD’s artistic vision through daily oversight of Company I and Company II dancers. The successful candidate will have significant experience in professional dance and class instruction, while also understanding the nuances of daily class/rehearsal/choreography. The position will serve as support for visiting choreographers as well as a trusted guide for our dancers. The Rehearsal Director’s primary responsibilities are to create weekly schedules based on the Charlotte Ballet Dancer Guidelines and ensure the accountability of dancers to these schedules. The Director will also be expected to teach Company classes as directed by the AD. The position will support visiting choreographers by recording and documenting repertoire and will also support the Charlotte Ballet Academy and Education Departments with performances, as scheduled.Apply at this link: 31, 2023
Production Stage ManagerKansas City BalletKansas City, MOKansas City Ballet, seeks a Production Stage Manager with 3-5 years of professional experience to join our exciting company lead by Artistic Director, Devon Carney and current Executive Director Jeffrey Bentley. The company consists of 30 professional members and is also home to KCBII and trainee program. This position is integral to the day-to-day operations of the company as well as the successful presentation of all performances and special events. Kansas City Ballet is an equal opportunity employer committed to a diverse, multicultural work environment. People of color, people with disabilities and people of diverse sexual orientations, gender expressions and identities are encouraged to apply.Please visit our website, for a detailed job description and how to apply.Until Filled
Ballet MasterAlonzo King LINES BalletSan Francisco, CABallet Mastersend resume to elizabeth.lopez@nulllinesballet.orgJuly 31, 2023
Wardrobe Supervisor (Full Time)Charlotte BalletCharlotte, NCMaintain the artistic integrity of all company costumes, assist in the creation and alteration of costumes, oversee all hair and make up needs for company productions. Maintains company costume stock and inventory. Supports the Costume Shop Manager with administrative tasks, as requested, and serves as the point of contact in the absence of Costume Shop Manager. This position requires significant evening and weekend work times.*8pvzxb*_gcl_au*MTg0MTAwNjgzMy4xNjgzODMwNzg1June 30, 2023
Production ManagerOklahoma City BalletOklahoma City, OKThe Oklahoma City Ballet seeks a Production Manager to add to our dynamic artistic team. The Production Manager functions as the supervisor for implementation and maintenance of all technical elements for all Oklahoma City Ballet productions and activities, including for both Company and School departments. Reporting to the Director of Artistic Operations, this position maintains a high level of artistic integrity and ensures a safe and appropriate working environment for artistic and production personnel. The Production Manager also works with the Operations Manager to support the maintenance and improvement of the facilities with specific attention to the theatre spaces and equipment therein.Visit for a full job description. To apply, send your resume, cover letter, and three references to June 30, 2023
Production Director / Lighting DesignerBarnard CollegeNew York City, NYBarnard College, Columbia University is searching for an exceptional Production Director and Lighting Designer to join its world-class Dance Department. Supervises all production and technical aspects of dance department events and productions, (both on- and off-campus). Serves as lighting designer and stage manager for such productions, as well as oversees Department studio operations.Apply Online : 30, 2023 or until filled
Special Events CoordinatorAtlanta BalletAtlanta, GA The Special Events Coordinator (SEC) is responsible for providing direct support to the Director of Special Events. The SEC will assist with daily administrative tasks, and the planning, organization, and implementation of events undertaking various responsibilities. Overall responsibilities include but are not limited to assisting the Director of Special Events with on-site event management, identifying bidding, securing venues, vendor contract management, catering, event logistics, coordinating with event volunteers, planning meetings, and managing financials. Additional duties include assisting the Director of the Annual Fund with the setup and execution of donor cultivation events. The SEC will also serve as the liaison for Atlanta Ballet’s Corps de Ballet auxiliary guild.Send resume and cover letter to Hrinfo@nullatlantaballet.comJuly 31, 2023
Executive Assistant / Board LiaisonAtlanta BalletAtlanta, GA The Atlanta Ballet is seeking an Executive Assistant & Board Liaison to support the Executive and Artistic Directors as well as serve as the primary steward for Atlanta Ballet’s Board of Trustees. The position will have dual reporting to the Executive and Artistic Directors, and work closely with the Board Chair and Secretary. The Executive Assistant is responsible for multi-tasking across all core administrative functions of both the Administrative and Artistic departments, presentation support and special projects. In addition, the Executive Assistant acts as a liaison across the organization to facilitate exchange of key information and ensuring that the leadership team of the Atlanta Ballet functions effectively on a daily basisSubmit resume and cover letter to hrinfo@nullatlantaballet.comJuly 31, 2023

Audition Opportunities

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Dancers, male & femaleZikr Dance EnsembleThornton, CODenver's Zikr Dance Ensemble is conducting open auditions for its 2023 Fall Season, a 5 week contract, Oct 8 - Nov 12.Attend the live audition: Sunday, June 11, 1:00 - 3:00 pm at Premier School of Dance, 12351 Grant St, Thornton CO 80241 or apply online by sending reels of ballet class work and performance work in classical and contemporary, head shot, full body shot, CV and references to: davidtaylor.zikr@nullhotmail.comJune 11, 2023June 11, 2023
Company DancersMark Morris Dance GroupBrooklyn, NYThe Mark Morris Dance Group is looking for 2-4 dancers of any gender for company positions beginning in August or December."Auditions are booked on a first-come, first-served basis. We will contact you via email to confirm an appointment time.

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Company DancerMoveius Contemporary BalletWashington, DCMOVEIUS is seeking strong male and female dancers with conservatory-level ballet training and/or professional ballet company experience for part-time Core Company positions for the 2023-2024 season. (Ages 18+ only; 22+ preferred)To pre-register, please submit resumé and performance reel to Diana Movius, and Emily Shade, May 31, 2023June 3, 2023
Company DancerBoulder BalletBoulder, COBoulder Ballet is seeking a male-identifying, ballet-based dancer for the 2023/24 season. Interested applicants should have professional experience performing in both classical ballet and contemporary repertoire. Company contracts are 30+ weeks with additional benefits. Details available with application. If interested, please submit your resume and recent dance footage to ben@nullboulderballet.orgJuly 1, 2023July 1, 2023
Company DancerBE Dance TheatreMiami, FlBE Dance Theatre is currently seeking 2 - 5 dancers, each with their own unique style and strong backgrounds in ballet and modern dance. Additional background in African, Afro Caribbean styles (Cuban and/or Haitian), and Jazz is highly recommended but not required. Must be at least 18 years of age, certified to work in the US, exhibit emotional depth and the ability to tell stories through movement.Apply at: BEDanceTheatre.OrgJune 23, 2023June 3, 2023

Fellowship Opportunities

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CABD Every Body Move Professional Development ProgramCamille A. Brown & Dancers New York, NY CALLING ALL BIPOC DANCE TEACHING ARTISTS, COMMUNITY FACILITATORS, AND ARTS & EDUCATION ADMINISTRATORS! REGISTRATION IS OPEN for the Every Body Move Professional Development Program! JUNE 26-JULY 7, 2023! Held at GIBNEY-280 Broadway, NYC. For registration and scholarship info, visit registration and scholarship info, visit 20, 2023
Hodder FellowLewis Center for the ArtsPrinceton, NJThe Hodder Fellowship at Princeton University will be given to artists and writers of exceptional promise to pursue independent projects at Princeton University during the academic year. Potential Hodder Fellows are composers, choreographers, performance artists, visual artists, writers, translators, or other kinds of artists or humanists who have “much more than ordinary intellectual and literary gifts”; they are selected more “for promise than for performance.” Given the strength of the applicant pool, most successful Fellows have published a first book or have similar achievements in their own fields; the Hodder is designed to provide Fellows with the “studious leisure” to undertake significant new work. Hodder Fellows spend an academic year engaging with Princeton, but no formal teaching is involved. An $88,000 stipend is provided for this 10-month appointment as a Visiting Fellow. Fellowships are not intended to fund work leading to an advanced degree. One need not be a U.S. citizen to apply. Application system for 2024-25 Fellows opens July 1 with applications due by September 12, 2023, at 11:59 p.m. EDT. For information and links to the online application portal visit September 12, 2023

Internship Opportunities

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Teaching Artistry Apprenticeship in Dance and Creative MovementNew York City BalletNew YorkThis part-time, seasonal paid apprenticeship is designed to provide teaching experience in public elementary school classrooms while supporting further learning in dance education pedagogy for individuals interested in becoming teaching artists. Participants will be asked to assist and support classroom activities while honing and exploring their own teaching style. The ideal candidate for this position is passionate about arts education and curious about teaching in a public school setting. No previous teaching experience is required, but prior training in the arts is encouraged. Additional opportunities for professional development will be provided and curated based on the interests of apprentices. The goal of this apprenticeship is to prepare participants to work as independent teaching artists. Participants will receive a stipend of $4,500 for the entire school year paid in five installments. The school year runs from September 2023 through June 2024. June 16, 2023
Summer Dance Administration InternRonald K. Brown / EVIDENCEBrooklyn, NYFounded 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.Submit resume and cover letter to See link for more details. 2, 2023
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