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
Director of Bookings and Touring Cleo Parker Robinson Dance EnsembleDenver, COWorld-renowned modern dance ensemble, rooted in African-American traditions and the Diaspora. Now celebrating our 51st Anniversary Season, preserving the iconic legacy of American Black Dance, while providing a platform for choreographic innovation. Immediate positions for Ensemble men, positions for both women and men for Cleo II, beginning June 2022.Inquiries, headshot and resume to the attention of Winifred R. Harris, Associate Artistic Director at winifred@nullcleoparkerdance.org Auditions at Gibney Center 280 Broadway Studio U, New York NY January 15, 2022 3:00 - 7:00 pm January 15, 2022December 7, 2021
Human Resources / Operations ManagerUrban Bush WomenBrooklyn, NYThe part-time Human Resources / Operations Manager reports to the Managing Director and is responsible for the continued development and maintenance of human resources as well as providing support in the day-to-day management of the Urban Bush Women organization. The position is part-time (appx. 20 hours per week) with a start date of February 2022. Full job description can be found at https://www.urbanbushwomen.org/careers.Interested applicants should email their cover letter, résumé and the names and contact information for three professional references. Email applications with subject line “HR Manager - First Name Last Name” to: Zoe Walders, Operations Associate at info@nullurbanbushwomen.org. Please, no telephone calls.Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis and are accepted through January 7, 2022December 6, 2021
Digital Marketing ManagerJacob's Pillow Dance FestivalBecket, MAJacob’s Pillow seeks a Digital Marketing Manager to join the Marketing Department reporting to the Director of Marketing. This position is entrusted with designing and managing the distribution for all Jacob’s Pillow email campaigns, working with the Pillow’s digital marketing firm, Capacity Interactive, to create strategy and implement digital initiatives, design and manage all aspects of the Jacob’s Pillow website, project manage digital improvement projects, and hire and supervise two seasonal Festival Marketing/Digital Media interns.Please email cover letter, resume, and references to HR@nulljacobspillow.org with “Digital Marketing Manager” in the subject line.January 3, 2021December 3, 2021
Professional Ballet TeacherRoyal Winnipeg BalletWinnipeg, ManitobaThe Royal Winnipeg Ballet is seeking a full-time Professional Ballet Teacher to join our team. If you love to inspire others and are dedicated to the arts, do not miss out on this opportunity to teach the most amazing young artists. Ideal candidates have a strong background in the Russian system of classical ballet along with the capability to teach several levels and age groups. Taking initiative, understanding the value in fostering relationships, and integrity are key components of this position. As a Professional Ballet Teacher, you are responsible for the consistent instruction of dance classes, choreography, and/or rehearsals for performances for several levels and age groups. In this position, you will be familiar with, and will conduct yourself, according to the strategic and business plan objectives of the School.If you are qualified for this position, visit www.rwb.org/who-we-are/careers/ for application instructions. Candidates must submit a cover letter that showcases your personality and fit for the role, and resume. We thank all applicants for their interest; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.Open until filled.December 3, 2021
Dean of the Claire Trevor School of the ArtsUniversity of California IrvineIrvine, CAThe University of California, Irvine is seeking a dean for its Claire Trevor School of the Arts. The new dean will bring a strategic vision for the future of the School. The dean should also possess a knowledge of and an affinity for collaborative approaches to learning and research excellence. The dean will lead the School into its next chapter of growth by re-imagining creativity and responding to shifting trajectories in emergent disciplines in the arts. More information can be found at www.wittkieffer.com. For fullest consideration, candidate materials should be received by January 19, 2022. Application materials should be submitted using WittKieffer’s candidate portal. Nominations and inquiries can be directed to: Zachary A. Smith, Ph.D. and Bree Liddell UCI-ArtsDean@nullwittkieffer.com The University of California, Irvine is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer advancing inclusive excellence. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age, protected veteran status, or other protected categories covered by the UC nondiscrimination policy. Apply HereJanuary 19, 2022December 3, 2021
Director of DevelopmentDanspace ProjectNew York, NYDanspace Project (DSP) seeks a motivated Director of Development (DoD) to join the senior staff team in advancing Danspace Project’s commitment to developing and presenting new work, supporting emerging and established artists, and an openness to new artistic ideas. The DoD has responsibilities and duties in the following areas: Fundraising and Stewardship; Leadership and Planning; External Affairs. Please see full job posting and description at https://danspaceproject.org/about/opportunities/Please send cover letter explaining your interest and relevant experience and/or skills for the position, and resume with references as one PDF addressed to Judy Hussie-Taylor, Executive Director and Chief Curator, to jobs@nulldanspaceproject.org. Please put “[Your Name], Director of Development” in the subject line.Interviews ongoing. Applications accepted until position is filled.November 29, 2021
Production ManagerDanspace ProjectNew York, NYThe Production Manager is a Full Time (40 hr/wk), Managerial salaried position. Areas of responsibility are focused towards pre-production planning, execution of performances and events, technical needs and concerns of artists, managing part-time technical staff, technical equipment maintenance, and logistical and safety concerns of the theater. Please see full job posting and description at https://danspaceproject.org/about/opportunities/Please send brief cover letter or email introduction, and resume with at least two references to Benjamin Akio Kimitch, Program Director, ben@nulldanspaceproject.org, cc-ing jobs@nulldanspaceproject.org. The subject line for the email should be: “Production Manager”.Interviews to begin immediately. Ideal start date no later than January 10, 2022November 29, 2021
Wardrobe SupervisorTulsa BalletTulsa, OK The Wardrobe Supervisor runs and manages all performances, oversees and assists all dressers and overhire working on a production, and is lead stitcher for all Tulsa Ballet’s productions. This can include maintaining, creating, or altering costumes, shoes, and maintaining hair, and make-up looks/designs for productions; creating run tracks; and assisting the Wardrobe department as the Costume Shop Manager sees fit. This position works closely with the Costume Shop Manager, Assistant Costume Shop Manager, The Center for Dance Education, Ballet Mistresses, and Guest Designers including working closely with students.A cover letter and resume with references should be sent to production@nulltulsaballet.orgDecember 31, 2021November 29, 2021
Administrative AssistantGroundWorks DanceTheaterCleveland, OHGroundWorks DanceTheater seeks a self-motivated and detail-oriented individual with excellent communication and organizational skills. The Administrative Assistant is responsible for day-to-day office operations and a wide variety of administrative tasks. The person in this position will work with each member of the staff to assist with administrative tasks needed in each department. There will be a high level of autonomy and most working hours will be spent in the office.Apply HereDecember 10, 2021November 29, 2021
Visiting Assistant Professor of DanceDenison UniversityGranville, OhioThe Department of Dance at Denison University invites applications for a 2-year Assistant Professor of Dance position beginning August 1, 2022, renewal for a third year is possible. Applicants should have a terminal degree (M.F.A. or Ph.D.) Our desired colleague is a teacher-artist-scholar with demonstrated excellence in a somatically-informed pedagogy, a commitment to creative research in performance and/or publication, and willing to make contributions to strengthening our innovative dance curriculum, participating in recruitment, retention, and graduation strategies; and mentoring students in deep and meaningful ways. Philosophically and in practice, the successful candidate will support the decolonization of dance and bodies, including by championing a wide and inclusive range of dance and movement practices. How the candidate sets in motion philosophies of inclusiveness and celebrates diversity in the studio and classroom is of particular interest to us. The successful candidate should be able to produce evidence of focused achievement in their discrete area(s) of specialization. This record of achievement and/or agenda of scholarly investigation is, understandably, commensurate with the candidate’s longevity in the field. Contact Kristi Mathews mathewskl@nulldenison.edu
https://employment.denison.edu/postings/3468#:~:text=Position%20Type,Equal%20Opportunity%20Employer
December 31, 2021November 23, 2021
Dancing Classrooms Teaching ArtistDancing ClassroomsNew York, NYDancing Classrooms New York City Accepting Teaching Artist Applications Start Teaching as early as February, 2022! Dancing Classrooms (DC) cultivates essential life skills in young people through the joyful art and practice of social dance. Through standards-based, in-and-out-of-school residencies, we use the vocabulary of social and partner dance to cultivate essential social, emotional, cognitive and personal traits inherent in every child. Made famous by the acclaimed 2005 documentary “Mad Hot Ballroom”, Dancing Classrooms has been a leader in social dance education for 26 years, partnering with hundreds of NYC schools to deliver its programs to thousands of students each year. What A Dancing Classrooms Teaching Artist Does: 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. Be a part of the excitement and develop your own skills by joining our Teaching Artist team! Dancing Classrooms Teaching Artists are: Actors, dancers, educators, individuals who can move with rhythm; have excellent interpersonal skills; love kids; able to work in a team; work in a classroom; have a generous spirit; a sense of humor, of language, of rhythm; willingness to travel within NYC’s 5 boroughs. Previous teaching artist experience is not required, but a plus. Individuals with experience teaching or working in an after school setting are especially encouraged to apply! We are holding in-person auditions for TA candidates on Monday, December 13th & Wednesday December 15th (Time and NYC location TBA.)Applicants must be available to attend a 5-day training January 3-7 and commit to teaching a sequential residency at least 2 days per week in a school setting during the hours of 8am and 3pm or 2pm and 6pm. All TAs must be fingerprinted and pass a Dept. of Education background check, and may be asked to complete additional fingerprinting/checks for other city agencies if needed. Accepted TAs will be paid a stipend for January training. Training commitment is non-negotiable, please do not apply if you’re unable to commit to attending training. To get started, complete an online application form with important information about employment with Dancing Classrooms and training schedule at https://forms.gle/o8Jt2ABTVjSehXb27 December 6, 2021November 23, 2021
Facilities AdministratorPhiladelphia BalletPhiladelphia, PAThe Facilities Administrator serves as lead receptionist and provides comprehensive administrative support to the Head of Facilities/Special Projects to ensure the smooth and efficient operation and optimal productivity of this key functional area serving the entire organization. Apply HereOpen until filledNovember 23, 2021
COVID Safety Coordinator San Francisco BalletSan Francisco, CA The COVID Safety Coordinator will be responsible for the coordination, facilitation, and compliance as it relates to COVID health and safety protocols for Artists and performance venue personnel. This position is a member of the Operations department and will report to the Associate General Manager, while working closely with Human Resources and Artistic. This is a Temporary Part-Time position with an anticipated start date of December 1, 2021 and end date of May 13, 2022. Apply HereOpen until filledNovember 23, 2021
Managing DirectorRosy Simas Dansehttps://rosysimasdanse.com/As the first Managing Director (MD), you will work with the Artistic Director to implement the infrastructure and systems which support day-to-day operations and strategic objectives to execute the vision of Rosy Simas Danse. The Managing Director is responsible for the overall business, administrative, and operational management of the company. This includes leadership of fundraising, budgeting, financial management, HR, information systems, institutional marketing, and board relations. Interested candidates in the MD director role should have work experience that sits at the intersection of authentic relationships and effective systems. We seek someone who is simultaneously flexible and people-centered strategic, as well as organized and process-oriented. Ideally, the candidate also has knowledge of professional practices that are supportive of the lived experiences and lifeways of Native and BIPOC peoples. For more information see: https://rosysimasdanse.com/jobs Does this position interest you? Email us and tell us your story!

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Development Associate - Part-TimeHeidi Latsky DanceNew York, NYResearch and identify appropriate funding opportunities and prospective funders • Garner substantial institutional funding through grant proposals and communicate/network regularly with program officers • Prepare and submit final reports on a timely basis • Manage individual giving initiatives, cultivate donor relationships, and maintain donor database • Work alongside development consultant to Identify corporate sponsorship opportunities and create corporate deck • Work with Artistic Director and Development Consultant to create and prepare a year-long development plan • Work alongside Managing Director to create project budgets • Liaise between Artistic Director, Board of Directors, and Artistic Advisory Committee • Attend Board Meetings 4x/year - create board meeting agendas, take minutes, and distribute follow-up after each meeting • Work with Social Media Coordinator and Marketing Consultant to develop materials for fundraising campaigns • Create fundraising campaigns on various platforms like DonorBox • Write and send out donor acknowledgement letters • Maintain Artistic Director’s CV and bio as well as the HLD company bio. The person we are looking for will: -have superb written, verbal, and interpersonal skills - be creative, and have a self-starter attitude -be organized and have excellent time management and flexibility Experience in the performing arts is a plus but not required. This is a part-time position, 10-15 hours per week. Salary $20 per hour. Please send application materials (resume, cover letter) to info@nullheidilatskydance.org.December 31, 2021November 17, 2021
Academy PrincipalANBT at Nevada Ballet TheatreLas Vegas, NevadaThis position manages and oversees the Academy toward its primary goals and objectives as determined by the Artistic Director and the Executive Director & CEO. The Academy Principal will need to have the passion, drive and ambition to realize these goals. Duties may include but not limited to: - Develop/maintain Program Curriculum & Syllabi for 9 month Program, Summer Programs, Fall Prep, Workshop Weeks; - Manage and coordinate Instructors/Faculty to include Contracts, curriculum, training and evaluations; - Teaching; - Oversee program content and music selections; - Hire, terminate and supervise Academy Faculty and staff; - Implement student level placement, selection of scholarship students in conjunction with the Artistic Director - Interfacing with parents Qualifications include but not limited to: - Must have comprehensive understanding of the management needs of a Ballet Academy. - Deep knowledge of ballet pedagogy across the age/ability spectrum - Strong knowledge of the ballet world and professional companies currently in USA - Deep commitment to students and to their education in dance - Effectively communicate, both orally and in writing - Manage multiple priorities and meet deadlines - Must be able to demonstrate both beginning/advance dance movements as requiredPlease send resume and cover letter to: mcaffrey@nullnevadaballet.orgDecember 14, 2021November 17, 2021
Programs and Marketing Associate(s)Dance Loft on 14Washington, DCThe Programs and Marketing Associate position is an exciting opportunity for an energetic arts enthusiast to design, support, and implement arts programming at Dance Loft on 14. The Associate will be a core team member with essential responsibilities in our facility-based programs and services, working under direct supervision of the Managing Director and with input from the Artistic/Executive Director. The Associate will implement and expand the Dance Loft’s dance, theater, and educational programming for youth and adults alike. Additionally, the Associate will lead marketing efforts and develop new strategies to reach and retain patrons and audience members. Lastly, the incumbent will have a core role in ensuring the quality of Dance Loft’s studio operations, which are foundational to our many programs.Send a cover letter and resume to diana@nulldanceloft14.org and etta@nulldanceloft14.org along with whether your are seeking a 20, 30 or 40 hour per week position.December 15, 2021November 15, 2021
Dean of the Glorya Kaufman School of DanceUniversity of Southern CaliforniaLos Angeles, CaliforniaThe University of Southern California (USC), one of the world’s leading private research universities and an anchor institution in Los Angeles, a global center for the arts, seeks its next Dean of the Glorya Kaufman School of Dance.USC has retained Isaacson, Miller, a national executive search firm, to assist in this search. Screening of complete applications will begin immediately and continue until the completion of the search process. Inquiries, nominations, referrals, and CVs with cover letters should be sent via the Isaacson, Miller website for the search: www.imsearch.com/search-detail/S8-162. Electronic submission of materials is strongly encouraged.December 12, 2021 November 15, 2021
Assistant Professor, DanceUniversity of HoustonHouston, TXThe School of Theatre & Dance in the Kathrine G. McGovern College of the Arts at the University of Houston invites applications for a tenure track Assistant Professor of Dance position beginning fall semester 2022. The Dance Program seeks an artist/scholar with a strong creative, intellectual, theoretical, and physical rigor within their practice. The successful candidate will teach studio courses and dance theory courses related to their research. Candidates from a broad spectrum of contemporary dance practices are welcome to apply. Desirable teaching interests may include dance theory and history, critical dance writing, community-based/socially-engaged dance practices, and interdisciplinary dance practices. The Dance Program also seeks a candidate with strong organizational and leadership skills combined with a keen ability to foster collegiality and collaborative initiatives within both the dance program and the city of Houston. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. First consideration will be given to applications received by December 15, 2021 with review continuing until the position is filled.Apply HereDecember 15, 2021 or until position is filledNovember 10, 2021
Director of Artistic OperationsCharlotte BalletCharlotte, NCCelebrating 50 years, Charlotte Ballet is seeking a Director of Artistic Operations to help us fulfill the organization’s mission of providing artistically excellent programming to diverse audiences of Charlotte, the Southeast region, and while on tour across the nation. This role will inspire and support the environment for Charlotte Ballet artists and external creatives, create and manage multi-year artistic calendars and budget implementation, negotiate and process all artistic contracts according to terms, including any required immigration or travel requirements, and submit bi-weekly payroll for company artists, including overtime review. The Director of Artistic Operations will also act as a liaison for external contacts, internal departments, and support Board communication, as well as manage touring opportunities with a goal of net impact to budget. Apply HereNovember 30, 2021November 10, 2021
Engagement ManagerNorthrop, University of MinnesotaMinneapolis, MNNorthrop’s Engagement Manager will be a connector between Northrop programming and the larger community in which we reside, including campus, our neighborhoods, the Twin Cities, and Greater Minnesota. The Engagement Manager will develop and administer creative programs and services that engage the campus and other constituents, supporting Northrop’s role as a vital center of academic distinction and a pre-eminent cultural and performing arts center. Work involves considerable public contact, with a goal of creating mutually beneficial relationships with community partners. The Engagement Manager will lead the Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Access Squad at Northrop and serve as a resource in this area to the department. Documentation and evaluation are embedded in the work in collaboration with other Northrop teams. This position reports to the Director of Programming, and supervises the Campus Engagement Coordinator and a Community Engagement Intern. Salary range is $55-60K annually DOE.Visit umn.edu/jobs and enter job code 344504Preferred deadline Nov 30, 2021November 10, 2021
Development OfficerDancers Responding to AIDSNew York, NYLead the fundraising strategy and growth for DRA events Manage, engage and cultivate an individual giving and major gifts portfolio of 300 donors and prospects Coordinate donor stewardship events Engage donors in a variety of settings which may include attending non-DRA events, meetings and performances Oversee acknowledgements and listings for online and print publications Coordinate event invitation mailings and RSVPs Oversee database management for donor portfolio and prospects Recruit and manage event committees Strategize and facilitate ticketing, seating and email outreach with ticketing manager Participate with full staff in facilitating Broadway Cares’ fundraising appeals for two six-week periods on Broadway, which take place in the evenings and on weekends Be available to participate in person in numerous evening and weekend events and meetings.To apply, send a compelling cover letter and resume with “DRA Development Officer” in the subject line to resumes@nullbroadwaycares.org. November 10, 2021
Artist-in-Residence and Director of Dance Union CollegeSchenectady, NYThe Union College Department of Theatre and Dance seeks qualified candidates for an artist-in-residence to serve as the Gustave L. Davis ’59 and Susan S. Davis Director of Dance. This visionary leader will expand our College’s Dance minor which serves a large number of students across many disciplines. This highly skilled candidate will profess more than one dance form and will devise and produce our yearly Winter Dance Concert and several other signature productions as well as coordinate and coach student showcase material. Extensive professional experience including a highly significant record of choreography, administrating dance companies, and teaching is required. We welcome applicants from all dance backgrounds and formations, and are interested in candidates with skill and experience in traditionally underrepresented forms and who have demonstrable openness to experimentation and innovation across multiple disciplines and forms. Candidates are expected to offer courses, workshops, technique dance classes, and courses exploring various cultural histories and contexts from beginners through advanced levels. Candidates who can contribute courses that support the colleges' rich array of interdisciplinary programs, such as Africana Studies, Asian Studies, Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Gender, Sexuality and Women’s Studies, and World Musics and Cultures, are preferred.Please upload your cover letter which includes comments relating to equity, diversity, and inclusion initiatives; CV; evidence of teaching excellence; and online portfolio with video examples of choreography and related materials to http://jobs.union.edu. When you complete the online application, please provide names and contact information for three references who can speak to administrative, creative, and teaching excellence. An email will be sent automatically to references requesting a letter of recommendation.December 15, 2021November 10, 2021
Director, Special Events & StewardshipPhiladelphia BalletPhiladelphia, PAThe Director, Special Events & Stewardship, is a senior leader on Philadelphia Ballet’s Advancement Team and reports to the Chief Advancement Officer. As a member of the Advancement team leadership, the Director will contribute to overall division planning and strategy as well as provide fundraising counsel to senior leadership and the Board. The position is directly responsible for Stewardship, and Special Events. and for managing a portfolio of 30+ major gift donors and prospects through all stages of the gift cycle. The ideal candidate is highly organized, deeply collaborative, and able to balance numerous competing priorities. They must be strategic, optimistic, team-oriented, possess a can-do attitude and have excellent attention to detail. They need to be committed to the success of the ballet artform and able to communicate thoughtfully and enthusiastically about the work of the Philadelphia Ballet, its opportunities, and its challenges.Apply HereNovember 10, 2021
Marketing and Sales ManagerPhiladelphia BalletPhiladelphia, PAThe Philadelphia Ballet Marketing and Sales Manager handles the day-to-day operations of the marketing department. As liaison to the dancers, as well as to other internal departments such as Community Engagement and the School, the Marketing and Sales Manager assists with all activities to best promote and sell each of the ballets and subscription offerings while fulfilling the various marketing needs of the organization and communicating marketing priorities to staff. This entails a wide range of secondary duties, from web development and design to patron services, in addition to the primary duties of this position, the Manager will assist the Director of Marketing in placing media advertisements and creating sales strategies.Apply HereNovember 10, 2021
Full-Time Dance School AdministratorThe Dance Academy of VirginiaMcLean, VAThe Dance Academy of Virginia, based in Mclean is hiring a full-time experienced dance administrator to lead our customer service, daily studio operations, and sales. Join our team of high energy, skilled and passionate dance pros, connect with our community and support our dance education mission by implementing highly efficient and customer-centered processes. DAV offers programming for students ages 2 through adult in ballet, jazz, contemporary, tap, lyrical, and hip hop. The ideal candidate will have excellent customer service skills, administrative experience, sales experience, a high level of organization, strong motivation, ability to work independently, flexible and thrives in a fast-paced environment, ability to problem solve with a customer-focused mindset, strong verbal and written communication, and dance studio experience. Candidates must be available to work weekday afternoon/evenings and one weekend day. Responsibilities include but are not limited to office administration, customer service, studio operations, sales, marketing, and project coordination for competitions, productions, camps, and birthdays. This position offers the opportunity to gain sales, marketing, customer service, and operational management skills through a community building approach. The employee is expected to be willing to learn software and database systems, have excellent communication and writing skills and be reliable to report to work on time and perform duties using best professional effort and skills in a competent and ethical manner. DAV offers a competitive pay based on experience with growth opportunities and includes health insurance, paid time off, and retirement plan benefits. Join our growing organization and work with our passionate and skilled team as we work to raise the barre and build community through dance!Please email cover letter, resume, references and interview availability to danceacademyva@nullgmail.comDecember 15, 2021November 10, 2021
Assistant Professor, DanceUniversity at BuffaloBuffalo, NYThe Department of Theatre and Dance at the University at Buffalo, The State University of New York (UB), invites applications for a full-time, 10-month, tenure-track Assistant Professor of Dance beginning August 2022. We seek a dance artist and-or scholar who will contribute to our new MFA in Dance and our nationally known BA and BFA undergraduate programs through the continued investigation of their area of dance specialization. We seek a highly motivated and collaborative colleague committed to the development of dance as a discipline and site of interdisciplinary inquiry; to furthering practices of diversity, equity, and inclusion; and to expanding artistic, pedagogical, and research practices with and through dance. In support of their area of specialization, our new colleague will contribute to the development and teaching of undergraduate and graduate Dance curricula and University general education courses. They will engage with our dynamic production season and be part of our expert faculty team, contributing to recruiting diverse students from across the country, closely mentoring student research, and actively engaging with ongoing anti-racist work, and development of culturally relevant pedagogy. Please see posting #F2100164 in UB jobs for the full position description. https://www.ubjobs.buffalo.edu/postings/31278All application materials should be submitted via UB Jobs.
The University at Buffalo is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and, in keeping with our commitment, welcomes all to apply including veterans and individuals with disabilities.
The posting is open until filled. Review of applications begins December 10, 2021November 9, 2021
Executive Director Milwaukee BalletMilwaukee, WIReporting to and collaborating with the board of directors in a shared leadership model with the Artistic Director, the
Executive Director will provide strategic and financial expertise to Milwaukee Ballet, MBII, and MBSA. Focused on
advancing its mission, vision, and values, this individual will oversee all ofthe company’s business functions, guiding
the organization into its next phase of growth. With a particular focus on raising contributed revenue and increasing
earned income, the Executive Director will engage the board and senior management team to ensure equity,
diversity, inclusion, and access initiatives are at the center of all decisions. As an active spokesperson for the
organization within the local and national community, the Executive Director and Artistic Director will work in tandem
to develop partnerships with other arts and civic institutions, as well as cultivate relationships with funders and other
philanthropic supporters. The Executive Director will exemplify and facilitate a culture where everyone feels valued,
respected, and supported.
To submit a cover letter and resume with a summary of demonstrable accomplishments (electronic submissions
preferred), please click here or visit artsconsulting.com/employment.
November 8, 2021
General Manager, The Washington School of BalletThe Washington BalletWashington, DCFor the complete position announcement, please email Christopher Wingert at cwingert@nullcatherinefrenchgroup.com. The General Manager of The Washington School of Ballet provides business leadership and, management to the School, its students, its faculty, and other internal and external stakeholders. Reporting to Managing Director Patrick Mühlen-Schulte, the General Manager works in close collaboration with Artistic Director Julie Kent and school faculty. The GM maintains a positive, safe, and supportive environment that allows the Artistic Director, faculty, and artistic staff to do their best work and enables students to reach their full potential. The General Manager is a member of TWB’s executive leadership team that reports to the Managing Director and participates in the overall management of the Company. The GM ensures that TWSB meets and exceeds goals for enrollment and earned revenue from tuition and fees. The GM is an advocate for TWB and TWSB with private and public funders and supports the overall fundraising efforts of TWB.For the complete position announcement, please email Christopher Wingert at cwingert@nullcatherinefrenchgroup.com. Please send a cover letter outlining your specific interest in The Washington Ballet and your qualifications for this position. Include a resumé, salary requirements, and contact information for at least three references. Electronic submissions are requested. All applications will be treated as confidential and references will not be called without the candidate’s prior knowledge and agreement. Please send material to applications@nullcatherinefrenchgroup.com December 15, 2021November 8, 2021
Education Assistant/Studio ManagerBANDALOOPOakland, CABANDALOOP honors nature, community, and the human spirit through perspective-bending dance. An innovator in vertical performance, BANDALOOP seamlessly weaves dynamic physicality, intricate choreography and climbing technology to turn the dance floor on its side. The role of the Education Assistant/Studio Manager is to support the growth and success of BANDALOOP’s local education work and manage studio operations. With the support of the Education Coordinator and Operations Administrator, the Education Assistant/Studio Manager will be responsible for ensuring the success and safety of all local education activities and studio usage. The Education Assistant/Studio Manager will also work closely with the Education Coordinator to build relationships with local community partners and our studio’s West Oakland neighborhood. This role is active year round, with increased high activation periods while the performance company is on tour. The Education Assistant is the public face and voice of BANDALOOP’s education department, regularly interfacing with students in person, through email or on the phone. This position will involve a rotating array of education and studio responsibilities and tasks, all of which will support the continued growth and development of BANDALOOP’s education department and studio program expansion.Send a letter of interest (500 words) and resume or CV and relevant history / references to rose@nullbandaloop.org.November 30, 2021November 8, 2021
Institutional Giving ManagerDANCEClevelandCleveland, OHDANCECleveland seeks a part-time Institutional Giving Manager. The Institutional Giving Manager is responsible for solicitation and management of foundation, government, and corporate grants, and works with the Executive Director to maintain sustainable funding for the organization. In-office, hybrid or remote working arrangements are possible and can be discussed during the interview process, with a preference for candidates located in Northeast Ohio.Please send your resume, cover letter, and two writing samples to apply@nulldancecleveland.org. Please indicate your availability for in-office, hybrid, and/or remote work in your cover letter. No phone calls, please.Open until filledNovember 8, 2021
Institutional Giving OfficerSarasota Ballet of Florida, Inc.Sarasota, FLAs a key member of the Development Team, the Institutional Giving Officer is responsible for managing the Institutional Giving program at The Sarasota Ballet. This includes all Corporate, Foundation and Government funding for both annual and capital support.Submit a cover letter and resume, including salary expectations, to careers@nullsarasotaballet.orgNovember 30, 2021November 8, 2021
Company ManagerSarasota Ballet of Florida, Inc.Sarasota, FLThe Sarasota Ballet’s Company Manager oversees and supports the daily operations and administration related to Company dancers, guest artists, and artistic personnel for the organization. Submit a cover letter and resume, including salary expectations, to careers@nullsarasotaballet.orgNovember 30, 2021November 8, 2021
Director of Major GiftsThe Joffrey BalletChicago, ILThe Joffrey Ballet seeks a full-time Director of Major 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 capital and special campaigns. This individual works collaboratively with and in support of the President and CEO, The Mary B. Galvin Artistic Director, and leadership volunteers. The Director of Major Gifts manages a portfolio of major gift prospects, securing support for the Joffrey’s top priorities, including productions, scholarship, community engagement, endowment and special campaigns. Working collaboratively with the Advancement team, the Director of Major Gifts establishes and oversees processes that facilitate continuous identification, qualification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of a growing pipeline of planned and major gifts. TO APPLY: please visit our Career Center for more details and to submit your application materials.12/31/2021November 8, 2021
Community Engagement AssociatesThe Dance ComplexCambridge, MAWe have a few roles as Community Engagement Associates at The Dance Complex. CEA's support the greeting of students, teaching artists and our community at our front desk, and also help manage studio care and work in other arts administrative roles in communications, finance, development and more.Please visit The Dance Complex website to read the organizational frame and full job descriptions and instructions at https://www.dancecomplex.org/jobs-internships/Roles with The Dance Complex are being processed on a rolling basis as applications are received. Apply now.November 8, 2021
Communications ManagerThe Dance ComplexCambridge, MAThe Dance Complex seeks a permanent part-time Communications Manager facile in both visual and written communications, and possessing the skills to create translatable variations of written and visual communiques for dance students, audiences, professionals and our community.See full organizational frame and applications instructions at https://www.dancecomplex.org/jobs-internships/ Resumes packages processed as received; hiring process begins immediatelyNovember 8, 2021

Audition Opportunities

TitleOrganizationLocationDescriptionApplyAudition Date Date Added
DancerRochester City BalletRochester, NYThe Rochester City Ballet is looking for two male dancers to join the company (beginning January 24, 2022) for the remainder of our 2022 Performance Season, through May 22nd. Please submit a resume and dance reel by January 1st.
Rochester City Ballet is auditioning male and female identifying dancers for company and apprentice positions for our 2022/2023 Season and accepting preliminary audition resumes and dance reels as of January 1, 2022. In person auditions in New York City to be announced.

Auditions in Rochester, NY begin January 31st. Dancers must contact us to make an appointment to audition in company class.
Auditionees must provide proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 and be eligible to work in the United States.
Please submit resume, dance pictures, and dance reel including a classical variation and partnering. Can be from a performance or in studio.Application for male dancers for remainder of 21/22 season accepted immediately.
Applciaton for 22/23 season accepted as of January 1st, 2022, auditions in NYC TBA, auditions in Rochester NY begin January 31st
November 8, 2021
Robert Moses' KIN: Los Angeles AuditionsRobert Moses' KINSan Francisco, CALula Washington Dance Theater Studios 3773 Crenshaw Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90016 Time: 1-4pm Details: Robert Moses' KIN is looking for dancers skilled in ballet, step, contemporary and African approaches for a short term contract. Performances will take place in NYC in January 2022. Must be available for the following dates: December 26, 2021-January 11, 2022 (San Francisco) January 11-16, 2022 (NYC) Includes a competitive weekly salary, travel, lodging, and per diem.To pre-register, email your headshot and resume to info@nullrobertmoseskin.org
In-person auditions preferred, if you are unable to attend you can send in a video sample
Sunday, November 14November 8, 2021
DancerSmuin Contemporary BalletSan Francisco, CASmuin Contemporary Ballet is now accepting applications for the 2022/23 season. Interested and qualified applicants with a minimum of two years of professional performing experience may submit their audition materials digitally. Female identifying dancers: 5'2" - 5’6”; Male identifying dancers: 5’9” and over. Smuin Ballet offers 35-40 week competitive dancer contracts, presenting approximately 65 performances per season. Please, only serious candidates prepared to move to San Francisco should apply. Candidates must be eligible for employment in the United States Smuin Contemporary Ballet Audition: 2022/23 Season Sunday, March 6, 2022 Smuin Center for Dance 1830 17th Street, San Francisco 94103 Sunday, March 6, 2022 10:30am Registration (no registration fee is required) 11:00am - 2:00pm Audition: Including ballet class (women en pointe), partnering and repertoire. Select audition candidates may be invited to join Smuin company class on Monday, March 7 for callbacks.Please send CV, photo, and video link to audition@nullsmuinballet.org by March 1, 2022. Include Name/Audition 2022-23 in subject line (i.e. Tina Ballerina/Audition 2022-23). Video should include up to 3 minutes of center work and classical (including pointe work for women), contemporary and partnering performance samples; video not to exceed 10 minutes.March 6, 2022November 8, 2021
Company Artists for our 2022 Season
Groundworks DanceCleveland, OHFull time (25-30 hours a week)
Position Dates: January 2022 – May 2022 with possibility of extension
Benefits Offered: Health Insurance, Paid Time Off, Company Class, and Shoe Allowance
Applicants must be a United States citizen or hold a valid Green Card.
First round of applications will take place through electronic submission.
Applicants will be notified by email if they are invited to an in-person work session on Friday, October 29 in Cleveland, OH.
Submissions will be accepted on a rolling basis or until position(s) are filled.
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The Mark Morris Dance Group Auditions The Mark Morris Dance GroupNew York, NY The Mark Morris Dance Group is looking for one female identifying dancer to join the company (beginning January 10, 2022) and 12 additional dancers of any gender to perform in L’Allergro il Penseroso ed il Moderato (must be available March 14 through 27, 2022 in New York City.)
Auditions are booked on a first-come, first-served basis; we will contact you via email to confirm an appointment time.
Auditionees must provide proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 and be eligible to work in the United States.
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Olympic Ballet Theatre, 2021-2022 SeasonOlympic Ballet TheatreEdmonds, WAOlympic Ballet Theatre in Edmonds, Washington, is seeking dancers for its 2021-2022 performance season. Positions are open for female and male lead dancers, male corps de ballet dancers, and trainees. Trainees must be age 18+ or a high school graduate. Contract is for 20 weeks of employment; includes shoes.

Please submit headshot, photo in arabesque, resume, and class or performance video footage. Positions are open until filled. Must have United States work authorization.

For more info or to submit materials, please email OBT Artistic Directors at mara@nullolympicballet.org and oleg@nullolympicballet.org. No audition fee required.
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Audition for Winter/Spring Touring SeasonViver Brasil Dance CompanyLos Angeles, CAViver Brasil will hold auditions for dancers in preparation for its 2022 Winter/Spring touring season. Virtual auditions will take place at 10am PST, September 25, 2021 via Zoom. Viver Brasil is seeking professional level male and female dancers with strong performance experience and training in Afro-Brazilian, African Diasporic dance forms and advanced contemporary dance technique. Viver Brasil’s winter/spring season includes opportunities for travel/touring, paid rehearsals and performances, and continued training. Audition Applications are due by September 7, 2021Apply Here
Company & Apprentice Male Dancers

Nevada BalletLas Vegas, NVInternational Audition Pre-Selection Guidelines

An applicant would be required to submit the following material only:

A video with no introduction or fancy editing, consisting of the following performing in tight fitting dance attire for men:

A short classical variation drawn from the standard repertoire.
A short contemporary variation (that could consist of something drawn from repertoire, phrases from classwork or an applicant-created work) that illustrates the applicant’s command of a range of movement different from that demonstrated in the classical variation.
3-5 minutes of barre work, incorporating both sides, danced in soft shoes by male applicants.
3-5 minutes of centre work that includes adagio, pirouettes, petit and grand allegro.
A CV
A headshot
2-3 dance photos that reveal the dancer’s body proportions and line
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Atlanta Ballet Company AuditionAtlanta BalletAtlanta, GAAtlanta Ballet is seeking professional dancers of various experience for the 21-22 season. The height ranges for dancers are - Female dancer from 5.3 to 5.6 and Male dancer 5.7 and up. Must have strong classical technique and experience performing roles with professional companies. Auditioning dancers must be fully vaccinated.Apply Here
Male Ballet AuditionChattanooga BalletChattanooga, TNChattanooga Ballet is seeking a male ballet dancer for its 2021-22 season. Contracts are 40 weeks with very competitive pay. Applications can be sent to Artistic Director, Brian McSween, bmcsween@nullchattballet.orgContact Artistic Director, Brian McSween, for more information

Fire Shut Up in My Bones AuditionMetropolitan OperaNew York, NYChoreographer Camille A. Brown is seeking dancers for the new production of Fire Shut Up in My Bones at the Metropolitan Opera in the 2021/22 season. It is a co-production with LA Opera, to be performed first at The Metropolitan Opera.Apply Here

Audition Open Dance ProjectHouston, TXOpen Dance Project seeks advanced contemporary dancers with demonstrated interest and experience in improvisation, composition, pedagogy, and collaborative community building for Company Contracts for the 2021/2022 Season.Apply Here

Company AuditionsSacramento BalletVirtualSacramento Ballet seeks male and female apprentices for the 21-22 season. All applicant auditions will be held virtually with no fees.

Sacramento Ballet is committed to the principle
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Fellowship Opportunities

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DFA Fellowships Dance/USADFA offers direct support to individual artists who have developed a sustained and intentional practice of working through dance and movement-based modalities to address social change.

In this current round, DFA will fund 30 one-year fellowships of a minimum of $30,000 per awarded artist.

Fellowship funds can be used at the artist’s discretion. Awarded fellows are not required to complete a project with the financial award.

DFA will cover expenses for access and/or related travel during cohort convenings.
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Artistic Fellowship PositionAmy Seiwert's ImagerySan Francisco-based Contemporary Ballet Company Amy Seiwert’s Imagery is accepting applications for our two-year Artistic Fellowship Position.

Amy Seiwert’s Imagery (ASI) launched the Artistic Fellowship position in 2018 to address a gap within the ballet field. The Fellowship supports dance artists who strive to be the next generation of choreographic leaders in our field. The Fellowship supports the jump from a performing career to an artist’s next step. ASI’s Artistic Fellowship provides emerging choreographers with artistic and arts administrative mentorship, tools, and experience.
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FellowshipThe Lewis Center for the Arts at Princeton UniversityPrinceton Arts Fellows, funded in part by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, will be awarded to artists whose achievements have been recognized as demonstrating extraordinary promise in any area of artistic practice and teaching. The Lewis Center is designed to put the creative and performing arts at the heart of the Princeton experience.

Applicants should be early career composers, conductors, musicians, choreographers, visual artists, film makers, poets, novelists, playwrights, designers, directors and performance artists -- this list is not meant to be exhaustive -- who would find it beneficial to spend two years working in an artistically vibrant university community. The department is committed to fostering an academic environment that acknowledges and encourages diversity and differences. The successful candidate will pursue academic excellence in diverse, multicultural, and inclusive settings.

Fellowships are for two academic years. An $86,000 salary for each year is included. Fellows will be in residence for academic years 2022-2023 and 2023-2024 at Princeton, interacting with our students, faculty and staff as part of the Lewis Center for the Arts and the Department of Music. The normal work assignment will be to teach one course each semester subject to approval by the Dean of the Faculty, but Fellows may be asked to take on an artistic assignment in lieu of a class, such as directing a play or creating a dance with students. Applicants are not required to have prior teaching experience and although the teaching load is light, our expectation is that Fellows will be full and active members of our community, committed to frequent and engaged interactions with students during the academic year. Princeton Arts Fellows may not hold concurrent teaching positions at other institutions for the duration of the fellowship.

This Fellowship cannot be used to fund work leading to a Ph.D. or any other advanced degree. Holders of Ph.D. degrees from Princeton are not eligible to apply. Applicants can only apply for the Princeton Arts Fellowship twice in a lifetime.
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FellowshipThe Lewis Center for the Arts at Princeton UniversityThe Lewis Center is designed to put the creative and performing arts at the heart of the Princeton experience.

Open to artists of exceptional promise to pursue independent projects at Princeton University during the 2022-2023 academic year. Potential Hodder Fellows are composers, choreographers, performance artists, visual artists, translators, writers or other kinds of artists or humanists who are selected more ""for promise than for performance"" and have ""much more than ordinary intellectual and literary gifts"" as traditionally defined. Hodder Fellows spend an academic year at Princeton, but no formal teaching is involved. An $86,000 stipend is provided for this 10-month appointment as a Visiting Fellow. Fellowships are not intended to fund work leading to an advanced degree. The Lewis Center is committed to fostering an academic environment that acknowledges and encourages diversity and differences. The successful candidate will pursue academic excellence in diverse, multicultural, and inclusive settings.
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Internship Opportunities

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Arts Administration InternPentacleNew York, NYPentacle seeks college students, postgraduates, or individuals above the age of 18 who are passionate about the arts and interested in expanding their knowledge of the nonprofit arts field through arts administration. This program requires a 12-week commitment of 2 hours/week for 4 weeks and 10-12 hours/week for 8 weeks. This structured internship program allow participants to gain hands-on experience in nonprofit business practices and attend weekly professional development seminars led by arts leaders in the field and Pentacle staff members. Interns 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.Apply via the application link provided on this webpage: https://www.pentacle.org/education-and-outreach/career_development/internships-for-college-post-graduates-interns/November 9, 2021
Digital Communications and Events InternDancing ClassroomsNew York, NYThe Digital Communications & Events Intern is a part-time position working mostly remotely, with limited
in-person hours for capturing content and assisting with our development events. This position will be
responsible for contributing to engagement, research, and content for the organization's social media
platforms and digital space (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, LinkedIn, Vimeo, Youtube). This
includes engaging with and reporting about our online community, assisting in brainstorming and
scheduling posts, researching current trends, light editing if applicable, collaborating to collect assets
that strengthen our messaging (capturing some in-person content), and Youtube and Vimeo
organization. Additionally, this internship position will have the unique opportunity to be an integral part
of our special fundraising events strategy, by assisting with logistics coordination, day-of event
preparation, event promotion, in-kind donation research, prospect research, and working closely with
the Communications Manager and Development Director on other tasks as needed.
Apply HereOctober 21, 2021