Jobs, Auditions, & Internships

While Dance/USA completes an organizational database transfer, please contact the membership department at membership@danceusa.org to post your jobs, auditions, and internship / fellowship information here. This listing is updated weekly. Scroll all the way down to see when the last update was made.


Dean of the College of Visual and Performing Arts (CVPA)

Organization: James Madison University
Location: Harrisonburg, VA

James Madison University (JMU) invites applications and nominations for Dean of the College of Visual and Performing Arts (CVPA).  Reporting to the Provost, and serving on the senior academic leadership team, the Dean provides academic, intellectual, administrative, strategic, and budgetary leadership for the College, and supports academic unit self-governance.  In collaboration with academic unit heads, the Dean promotes and fosters a highly stimulating and creative learning environment for an accomplished faculty and student body, embracing diverse artistic expression and scholarly activity.  The Dean champions the arts at JMU through recruitment, development, inclusion, mentorship, and retention of diverse and highly qualified faculty, students and staff.  The Dean represents the College to internal and external constituents and advocates for faculty and student interests through external fundraising.  As a transformative leader, the Dean works with colleagues throughout campus and surrounding communities to facilitate innovation, creativity, collaboration, entrepreneurship, and engagement in teaching and learning, scholarship, and service.  Working collaboratively with University Advancement, the Dean is an active partner in developing philanthropic resources to support the college.

Click here for more information.

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Dance Faculty for Middle and Upper School

Organization: The Hockaday School
Location: Dallas, TX

The Hockaday School invites applications for the full-time position of Dance Faculty for Middle and Upper School.  Qualified candidates should complete an online application for employment under How To Apply at the website and attach a cover letter and résumé. Applicants will receive an email confirming receipt of your application and additional details to complete the application process. Contact The Hockaday School with any questions and click here to learn more.

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Company General Manager

Organization: Gina Gibney Dance, Inc.
Location: New York, NY

The Gibney Company General Manager is a new, full-time, executive leadership position at Gibney. Reporting directly to Founder, Artistic Director and CEO Gina Gibney (“Founder”), the General Manager will be responsible for the administrative direction of every aspect of the organization’s resident Company. The General Manager will directly supervise the Company Manager, Company Logistic Manager, and Company Administrative Associate. 
Entrusted to drive the dynamic expansion of the Company, the General Manager will work with the Founder to implement and build on a five-year expansion plan, develop new relationships and partnerships, advance entrepreneurial initiatives, and build a sustainable model with robust revenue sources. Essential aspects of the position include planning, budgeting, and operations, as well as supervision of booking and marketing.
The Company General Manager will be a focused individual who is both strategic and action oriented. A natural entrepreneur possessing outstanding business skills, this individual will be an experienced cultural leader with a proven record of effective management.

To learn more, click here.

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Director of Education and Training

Organization: San Francisco Ballet
Location: San Francisco, CA

The Director of Education and Training will provide strategic leadership and financial oversight of all parts of the education and training programs. Reporting to the Executive Director, this individual will partner with the SF Ballet School Director to implement the artistic vision and educational mission. Supervising and mentoring an experienced team of administrative staff, the Director of Education and Training will collaborate regularly with other departments, particularly Marketing & Communications and Development, to support the overall goals and objectives of the SF Ballet School and education programs. A member of the executive leadership team, the Director of Education and Training will also serve as the Education and Training Department liaison to the board finance committees in advocating strongly for the SF Ballet School and overall education programs. This individual will demonstrate a staunch commitment to inclusion, diversity, equity, and access throughout the organization, as well as in and with the communities and constituents that SF Ballet serves.

To learn more, click here.

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Institutional Giving Coordinator

Organization: Houston Ballet

Reporting to and working closely with the Institutional Giving Manager, you’ll collaboratively support the Institutional Giving team in cultivating, soliciting, and stewarding corporations, foundations, and government agencies.  The Institutional Giving team oversees a portfolio of 70+ dedicated funders and is responsible for raising $3-5 million annually to support the mission, work, and goals of Houston Ballet.

You’ll need to have strong communication and writing skills, interest in the arts, understanding of fundraising practices and principles, and excellent attention to nitty-gritty detail. You should have the proven ability to be flexible when dealing with challenges, take initiative to get things done, and work collaboratively in a team environment.

For more information, click here.

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Part-time Studio Receptionist

Organization: Pennsylvania Ballet
Location: Philadelphia, PA

The Pennsylvania Ballet Studio Receptionist is a part-time position.  The Receptionist will greet, assist, and provide direction and information to parents, students, dancers, staff, visitors, and other guests of the Pennsylvania Ballet.  Additionally, the Receptionist will ensure compliance with health and safety protocols required for entry to the facilities.  The Receptionist will also provide administrative support to other Departments including Operations, Artistic Staff, and the School of Pennsylvania Ballet (SPB). 

For more information, click here.

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Company Manager 

Organization: Pennsylvania Ballet

Working closely with the General Manager, the Company Manager is primarily responsible for all administrative and logistical matters involving Company dancers, PBII, guest artists, artistic contract administration, and Company touring. The Company Manager provides support to the General Manager in artistic planning and administrative duties. For more information, click here.

To apply for this position, please send a resume, cover letter to jobs@paballet.org.

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Career Counselor 
Organization: The Actors Fund

The Career Counselor plays an important role in helping individuals in the performing arts and entertainment community develop and manage work-life skills and strategies to address the episodic nature of unemployment in the industry. Specifically, the Career Counseling Team works with clients to develop new or supplemental income streams as well as an entrepreneurial framework to their career management. These individual career plans are accomplished via self-assessment, career exploration activities, and labor market research, all focused on meeting career and economic goals. The Career Counselor will also work with dancers who are exploring training and education to transition beyond performing. Additionally, the Career Counselor will contribute to research and implementation of best practices in guiding individuals in the performing arts and entertainment community towards greater economic stability. The Career Counselor will provide backup for the Central Region Social Services staff and serve as a trusted representative of The Actors Fund. 

To apply, click here

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Marketing and Communications Manager

Organization: Mark Morris Dance Group 
Location: Brooklyn, NY

The Mark Morris Dance Group (MMDG) seeks a Marketing and Communications Manager to play a key role in advancing the reputation and brand visibility of Artistic Director/Choreographer Mark Morris and the touring Mark Morris Dance Group and Music Ensemble, as well as broadening the reach and deepening the engagement with key audiences through the organization’s education and community engagement programs. For detailed job description, please visit www.mmdg.org/jobs.

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Call for Applications: The School at Jacob's Pillow

Organization: The School at Jacob's Pillow
Location: Becket, MA
Contact: fscruggs@jacobspillow.org
Additional Information: https://www.jacobspillow.org/school/

Each summer, The School at Jacob’s Pillow provides emerging professional dancers the opportunity to work with acclaimed artist faculty, perform new work, and explore the rich history in the Pillow Archives.  In 2021, The School’s programs include two to three week intensive, holistic training in Contemporary Ballet, Contemporary, Tap Dance, and Choreography.

This year, The School will nurture the artistic growth of our next generation of dance artists both onsite and online. Due to COVID-19, the number of dance artists able to live and work at Jacob’s Pillow will be limited to eleven dancers per program. A companion online program of 20 dancers will occur simultaneously to allow for interaction between the two groups. 

Early Deadline applications are due January 25th at Noon EST.  Final application due date is February 16th at Noon EST. Each application is tailored to the program, and all require a variety of video, photo, and written materials for holistic evaluation. 

On average, 70-80% of dancers that attend The School receive scholarships and financial aid. All applicants are automatically considered for scholarships. The financial aid application requires supporting documentation.

Apply Today.

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Director of Advocacy and Engagement

Organization: Cleo Parker Robinson Dance
Location: Denver, CO
Full Description  

CPRD seeks to hire a Director of Advocacy and Engagement to lead the organization’s arts-inwellbeing pillar of work. CPRD emerged out of the Freedom and Black Arts Movements - two distinctive and deeply interwoven manifestations of the African American struggle for justice and self-determination. Working along this continuum, the organization is building upon its history of civic engagement, wellness and wellbeing with a sharper focus on job training, mental and physical fitness programs, and advocacy for policymaking. The Director of Advocacy and Engagement is particularly responsible for leading the strategic development and management of the newly established Arts Alliance for Health Equity, an initiative launched in partnership between CPRD and Eugene S. Farley, Jr. Health Policy Center. 

To Apply: Please send cover letter and resume to cleodanceresumes@gmail.com. Applications omitting a cover letter and resume will not be reviewed. No phone calls please.

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Development Associate 

Organization: Cleo Parker Robinson Dance
Location: Denver, CO
Full Description  

Cleo Parker Robinson Dance (CPRD) seeks to hire a Development Associate to assist and support a full range of fundraising operations. The Development Associate reports to the Development Director and works extensively across departments with heavy emphasis on grant writing, capital project and annual gala.

To Apply: Please send cover letter and resume to cleodanceresumes@gmail.com. Applications omitting a cover letter and resume will not be reviewed. No phone calls please. Application Deadline: January 25, 2021

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Claude and Alfred Mann Endowed Professorship in Dance 

Organization: USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance 
Location: Los Angeles, California
Contact: uscdance@usc.edu

he USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance invites applications for the Claude and Alfred Mann Professorship in Dance. This is a part-time position for an internationally acclaimed artist with expertise in Choreography, Composition, and/or Concert Dance. Selected artist will succeed multi-dimensional artist William Forsythe as holder of the Mann Professorship and will be expected to spend 6-12 weeks in residence at USC Kaufman each year. Initial appointment is for 3-5 years with possibility of renewal.  USC Kaufman seeks a visionary, collaborative, dynamic and innovative thought-partner to provide instruction to students in the BFA in Dance program. Involvement may include but is not limited to teaching dance technique, choreography, repertory and performance, improvisation and composition, colloquium, senior seminar, as well as staging and/or creating work. For more information, click here

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Assistant Professor of Practice in Dance (Improvisation and Composition) 

Organization: USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance 
Location: Los Angeles, California
Contact: uscdance@usc.edu

The USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance invites applications for a Full-time, Assistant Professor of Practice in Dance (Teaching) to provide specialized instruction in the areas of Improvisation and Composition to major, minor, and elective technique courses. USC Kaufman seeks a collaborative, dynamic and innovative artist-scholar to teach courses in one or more of the following areas: all levels of improvisation, composition, and dance technique in one or more of the following forms, hip hop, jazz, contemporary, ballet, tap, commercial dance, and/or vernacular dance forms. Ideal candidates will stage works of a renowned choreographer and/or possess experience in commercial dance. Ability to teach academic courses such as Colloquiums, Seminars , and/or general education courses a plus. For more information, click here

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Assistant Professor of Practice in Dance (Jazz, Tap, and Social Dance Forms) 

Organization: USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance 
Location: Los Angeles, California
Contact: uscdance@usc.edu

The USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance invites applications for a Full-time, Assistant Professor of Practice in Dance (Teaching) to provide specialized instruction in the areas of jazz, tap, and social dance forms to major, minor, and elective technique courses. USC Kaufman seeks a collaborative, dynamic and innovative artist-scholar to provide instruction to students in the BFA in Dance program as well as the BFA in Musical Theater program (a collaborative program with the USC School of Dramatic Arts and USC Thornton School of Music that provides a rigorous, cohort-based, conservatory-style undergraduate program featuring comprehensive training in acting, voice, dance, dramaturgy, script-writing, lyrics writing, and composition). For more information, click here

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Assistant Professor of Practice in Dance (Jazz and Dance Studies) 

Organization: USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance 
Location: Los Angeles, California
Contact: uscdance@usc.edu

The USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance invites applications for a Full-time, Assistant Professor of Practice in Dance (Teaching) to provide specialized instruction in the areas of jazz dance and dance studies. USC Kaufman seeks a collaborative, dynamic and innovative artist-scholar to provide instruction to major, minor, and elective technique courses students in the BFA in Dance program as well as the BFA in Musical Theater program (a collaborative program with the USC School of Dramatic Arts and USC Thornton School of Music that provides a rigorous, cohort-based, conservatory-style undergraduate program featuring comprehensive training in acting, voice, dance, dramaturgy, script-writing, lyrics writing, and composition). In addition to teaching practice-based dance instruction at all levels, faculty member will teach academic general education courses such as Introduction to Dance as an Art Form, Origins of Jazz Dance, World Perspectives on Dance, and Dance in Popular Culture. For more information, click here

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Artist in Residence 

Organization: USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance 
Location: Los Angeles, California
Contact: uscdance@usc.edu

The USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance invites applications for Artists in Residence. USC Kaufman seeks collaborative, dynamic and innovative practicing artists to teach one or more dance techniques and/or dance studies in field(s) of expertise, including the following: Hip Hop and Social Dance, Modern, Contemporary, Ballet, Jazz, Tap, Choreography, Ballroom, Dance Repertory, Dance History, Dance Science, Dance and Media. Teaching will include master classes, lectures, staging of choreographic works and the teaching of repertory. Candidate must currently be professionally active and recognized in the field of dance. For more information, click here

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Tenure-Track Assistant Professor of Dance

Organization: The Department of Dance at Kennesaw State University
Location: Kennesaw, GA
Contact: Lisa K. Lock, llock1@kennesaw.edu

The Department of Dance at Kennesaw State University invites applications for a 9-month tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Dance starting August 2021. Candidates must possess a strong academic and/or professional background in Ballet and/or Modern dance and have strong choreographic skills.

For a full description of this position, application deadlines, and application procedures, click here!

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Academy Principal/NB2 Rehearsal Assistant

Organization: Nashville Ballet
Location: Nashville, TN
Contact: careers@nashvilleballet.com
Additional Information: Academy Principal/NB2 Rehearsal Assistant Description

Nashville Ballet is seeking an individual to fill the position of Academy Principal and Second Company Rehearsal Assistant to begin work in March of 2021. The qualified individual will have a passionate and deep understanding of classical ballet and its role in a well-rounded dance education as well as a diverse and expanding vision of how the art form is relevant to 21st-century communities, particularly that of Nashville. The Academy Principal and Second Company Rehearsal Assistant will play a vital part in ensuring that the School of Nashville Ballet trains dancers for Nashville Ballet's professional company and second company, while also ensuring that students find and cultivate their own personal artistry and a lifetime love of dance. The ideal candidate will have experience with a professional ballet company, leading a team, and working in a fast-paced and changing environment.
The Academy Principal/NB2 Rehearsal Assistant’s main focus is to manage all aspects of the Academy Division of the School of Nashville Ballet’s instruction and ballet curriculum, while staging and rehearsing ballets for NB2, Nashville Ballet’s second company. The Principal works with the Associate Artistic Director to design, implement and manage syllabus, supervising the School’s artistic staff to maintain training at the level of artistic excellence established by Nashville Ballet’s Artistic Director.

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Manager of Patron Services & Tessitura

Organization: Colorado Ballet
Location: Denver, CO
Contact: hr@coloradoballet.org
Additional information: https://www.coloradoballet.org/about/opportunities

This is a full-time, benefitted position, responsible for the management of all earned revenue through the ticket office and Tessitura Database, which interacts with all departments of Colorado Ballet. S/he reports to the Managing Director of Colorado Ballet with dotted line reporting to the Managing Director of Advancement and the Artistic Director. S/he serves as primary CRM system administrator for the Tessitura Database. The database is an integrated, relational database that allows Colorado Ballet to work with the patron as whole. The position requires someone who is creative and energetic. S/he works closely with the Artistic Director, and the heads of Marketing, Advancement, and Academy to advise and implement strategies to achieve revenue goals and manage attendance. This position also interacts with patrons and the Board of Trustees. This role requires some non-traditional work hours, including weekend and evening shifts when we’re performing in the theatre. 
Please submit a resume, cover letter, and three professional references to hr@coloradoballet.org Submissions without these required items will not be considered. No phone calls please – all submissions will be acknowledged. Colorado Ballet is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Artist Coordinator 

Organization: Gina Gibney Dance Inc.
Location: New York, NY
Contact: camille@gibneydance.org

The Artist Coordinator (AC) works to advance Gibney’s presenting function and relationships as part of a coordinated Performance & Residencies team led by the Producer and in support of the Senior Director of Artist Development & Curation. The Artist Coordinator works directly with the Producer and occasionally will assist the Senior Director of Artist Development & Curation with research.

The Artist Coordinator participates in the research, planning, and realization of every aspect of Gibney’s presented performances, providing direct support to the Producer through communication, tracking, and organizational tasks related to dance artists, their creative work and Gibney’s productions. The AC facilitates the vision of the artists in close communication with the Producer and Senior Director of Artist Development & Curation in relation to the season artists of the Performance & Residencies Department. Reporting to the Producer, the Artist Coordinator is a full-time, non-exempt position.

To be considered for the position, please send a resume and cover letter to:
Camille Byers Deputy Director of HR camille@gibneydance.org

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Director, School of Dance 

Organization: 92nd Street Y
Location: New York, NY  

The Director, School of Dance is responsible for the effective leadership and daily operations of 92Y’s School of Dance, one of New York’s premier dance institutions offering a range of dance classes for children and adults of all ages and levels.

Working in collaboration with the Director, Harkness Dance Center and the Director, Dance Education Laboratory, the Director, School of Dance will ensure a safe and supportive educational environment for faculty and students that fosters dancers of all abilities from a holistic perspective – from offering classes to master technique, to providing opportunities for students to learn about all aspects of dance and dance history in a studio setting. As a strong leader and a creative dancer and choreographer themselves, the Director will implement a strategic direction for the School, embedded in the values and philosophy of DEL, to ensure the highest level of dance education and fiscal growth is maintained, in addition to providing support, coaching and performance development for the School of Dance administration staff and faculty members.

Under the Director’s leadership, this position will create an innovative and creative learning environment and establish 92Y’s School of Dance as one of New York’s premier dance institutions.

For more information, click here!

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Executive Director 

Organization: Canadian Dance Assembly
Location: Toronto, Ontario
Contact: ed@dancecanada.net

Reporting to the National Council, the Executive Director is charged with leading the Canadian Dance Assembly into the next phase of its journey, with its mission, vision, and community values as a guide. Equity is a central principle for the CDA. The scope of responsibility will include oversight of government, advocacy, right relations with Indigenous peoples, and community relations; membership services; fund development; strategic planning; and the overall internal operational, financial, and administrative responsibility for the organization.

For more information or to see the full job description, please email ed@dancecanada.net.  

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Marketing Director 

Organization: Pennsylvania Ballet
Location: Pennsylvania, PA 
Contact: jobs@paballet.org

Reporting to the Executive Director, the Director of Marketing will lead a department responsible for reaching a goal of 40% ticket revenue of Pennsylvania Ballet’s $15m annual budget. The Director will manage, recruit, and build an effective department of top-notch digital marketing and promotions, public relations and communications, and web designer marketing, audience engagement and patron services staff scaled to the needs of the Ballet. This staff is assisted by an array of contractors and vendors, with contract negotiation and compliance managed by the department. Budgeting and spending must be responsible, and it is critical that all strategies are sustainable, offer a positive return on financial investment and are consistent with the organization’s overall arts agenda and business objectives. The Marketing group’s prime goal is to maximize each source of earned revenue, while enabling the Ballet to cultivate the love of dance among new audience cohorts. Success advancing Pennsylvania Ballet’s brand and market position will be measured by a strong triple-bottom-line emphasis that: • Honors Pennsylvania Ballet’s artistic vision, excellence and innovation as defined by the Artistic Director; • Drives public and audience engagement as defined by attendance of different audience cohorts that are targeted in an overarching Marketing Plan, and • Achieves financial targets defined by earned income goals (net of marketing expense). In addition to the Executive Director, the Director of Marketing works closely with the Artistic Director, the Chair of the Board of Trustees, the co-Chair of the Marketing Committee, and the Directors of: Finance, Development, the Pennsylvania Ballet School of Ballet, Community Engagement, the media, and others.

To apply for this position, please send a resume, cover letter to jobs@paballet.org.

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Children’s Ballet Faculty

Organization: Pennsylvania Ballet
Location: Pennsylvania, PA 
Contact: jobs@paballet.org

SPB’s children’s ballet faculty is a part-time position responsible for instructing students ages 2 through 8 in the Children’s Program and lower level Student Program at The School of Pennsylvania Ballet. The full academic year at SPB runs September through mid-June while the summer children’s programming runs for 6-8 weeks during the summer season. Due to COVID-19, the SPB Children’s Program is currently operating via the Zoom platform, with faculty directing the lesson from the PAB studios.

The ideal candidate will be an experienced classical ballet instructor with an extensive background in dance education, preferably with young children. Professional performance experience is a plus. Children’s ballet faculty should possess a strong knowledge of child development and enrichment programming with the ability to develop age appropriate and engaging programming. Enthusiasm for early childhood dance education and appreciation for the art form is a must. Children’s faculty reports to the School Director and the School Principal.

To apply for this position, please send a resume, cover letter to jobs@paballet.org.

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Assistant Director of Annual Giving

Organization: Joffrey Ballet
Location: Chicago, IL
To apply: Joffrey Career Center

The Assistant Director of Annual Giving supports the Director of Annual Giving in all aspects of the Annual Giving Program including preparation and execution of acquisition, renewal, and upgrade appeals, digital and web-based communications to support these appeals, and development and implementation of strategies to aid in the growth of the Joffrey’s annual donor base. Additionally, the Assistant Director provides primary support for special event fundraising, including preparation of mailings, reporting, and personal acknowledgements. This individual also serves as primary liaison for the Women’s Board and Women’s Board committees. The Assistant Director of Annual Giving manages the path to elevate and deepen overall Joffrey engagement with Women’s Board members. 

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Client Relations Associate 

Organization: ODC
Location: San Francisco, CA
Contact: HR@odc.dance

ODC CRA report directly to the ODC Public Services Manager and are under the supervision of the Front Desk Assistant Supervisors. CRA's represent ODC Commons, ODC Theater and Rhythm & Motion to the general public. This position participates in the reception (virtual/online during closure of our physical campus during pandemic restrictions and  onsite as  we are allowed to return to in-person activities back on our campus) and registration of all clients at the ODC Dance Commons and Theater. CRA's are also responsible for ensuring that studio tenants (ODC School classes, resident artists, renters, etc.) and Theater renters have access to the Theater building and their assigned studios. CRA’s working remotely must be able to provide prompt, professional, accurate and courteous service online, including assisting customers through different communication. See website for full description of job.

$16.50/hourly

Please email to: HR@odc.dance: Resume, Cover Letter

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Executive Director 

Organization: Sonia Plumb Dance Company
Location: Hartford, CT
Contact: director@soniaplumbdance.org

The Executive Director serves as chief executive of Sonia Plumb Dance Company and, in partnership with the Board and Artistic Director, is responsible for the success of SPDC. Together, the Board, Artistic Director and Executive Director assure SPDC relevance to the community, the accomplishment of SPDC mission and vision, and the accountability of SPDC to its diverse constituents.

The Board and Artistic Director delegate responsibility for management and day-to-day operations to the Executive Director, and s/he has the authority to carry out these responsibilities, in accordance with the direction and policies established by the Board. The Executive Director provides direction and enabling to the Board as it carries out its governance functions.

This is a part-time position that should quickly evolve into a full-time position.

Applicants should apply to: director@soniaplumbdance.org Please supply three (3) writing samples, resume and/or CV plus any links that demonstrate any of the above

qualifications. Questions can be directed via phone at: 860-508-9082

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Production Manager

Organization: Tulsa Ballet 
Location: Tulsa, OK
Contact: employment@tulsaballet.org

The Production Manager (PM) makes sure everyone has what they need, when they need it, to do their job safely, properly, with excellence and ensure all expectations are communicated and understood. And if any of this is lacking, fix it.

The PM, with the Artistic Director and the Production Stage Manager (PSM), is responsible for technical and production planning and implementation of main company, second company, and education performances for home and touring productions; providing technical support for special events; and scheduling and managing IATSE department heads and crew.

With the PSM the PM also oversees facilities management, including warehouse, studios, and Studio K Theater. Contract negotiating and management includes incoming and outgoing sets, costumes, and props, designer contracts, outside rentals of Studio K.

Strong technical direction background preferred. Proficiency in AutoCAD or Vectorworks, ETC Ion consoles, MS Office, DropBox, Zoom, Q-Lab, projection and video server experience very helpful.

Expected start date March 2021. 

Email pdf of letter, résumé, references to employment@tulsaballet.org

For more info, visit https://tulsaballet.org/production-manager/

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Last updated on January 14, 2021