Arts North Carolina maintains a comprehensive listing of job opportunities in the arts in North Carolina. Listings are included in Arts North Carolina’s bi-weekly e-blasts and maintained on this page. Organization Members may submit unlimited listings at no charge. Non-members pay $50 per listing. Submit your job description and link to email@example.com. Contact Christine Olson at 919/834-1411 to make a payment and schedule the listing.
- The Crafts Center at North Carolina State University – Wood Studio Manager
- The Scrap Exchange – Development Director
- United Arts Council of Raleigh and Wake County – Director of Development
- Penland School of Crafts – Internships
- Blue Ridge Music Center – Program Director
- Charlotte Symphony Orchestra – Corporate Giving Manager
- ARTS NC STATE – Director of Development
- McColl Center for Visual Art Innovation Institute – Senior Account Manager
- Carolina Ballet – Major Gifts Officer
- Penland School of Crafts – Office Coordinator
- Carolina Theatre of Durham – Facilities Manager
- Davidson Community Players – Associate Artistic Director
- Brevard Music Center – Manager, Annual Giving
- Penland School of Crafts – Human Resources Manager
- Durham Arts Council – Theater Operations Manager/Technical Director
The Crafts Center at North Carolina State University – Wood Studio Manager
The Wood Studio Manager is responsible for the oversight and safe operation of a large and heavily used educational woodworking studio. This 30 hours per week position works closely with directors to insure proper use protocol and the development of challenging new programming. This position is responsible for formal instruction and technical assistance along with support for contracted instructors. Responsibilities also include facility and equipment maintenance, supply ordering and support extending to other Crafts Center studios. In addition, this position is responsible for hiring and supervising a small staff of student wood studio attendants.
- Bachelor’s degree and demonstrated possession of competencies necessary to perform the work; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
- Must have extensive knowledge of the use, care and maintenance of standard power and hand woodworking tools.
- Two to three years of working experience in woodworking to include making furniture with responsibility for shop maintenance and safety.
- Experience in a community educational arts facility.
AA/EOE. In addition, NC State welcomes all persons without regard to sexual orientation or genetic information. Persons with disabilities requiring accommodations in the application and interview process please call (919) 515-3148.
The Scrap Exchange – Development Director
The Scrap Exchange is a national model creative reuse center serving over 250,000 constituents annually throughout the southeast. The creative reuse center’s mission is to promote creativity, environmental awareness and community through reuse. The Scrap Exchange is in an exciting time of growth and transition as we purchase a permanent location, advocate locally and nationally for resource recovery, and offer consulting opportunities, all in addition to our regular programming.
The Development Director position will provide a vital leadership role for fundraising including strategic planning, grants and foundation support, Capital Campaign management- working with volunteers and consultants, major donor cultivation, Friends club membership management, special events support, and community giving program. Reporting to and in partnership with the Executive Director, the Development Director will work to develop strategies and implement programs to raise funds in support of the revenue and program goals of The Scrap Exchange.
SKILLS / QUALIFICATIONS
- Must have experience with annual fund drives, grant writing, donor stewardship, auctions, special events, foundation relationship building, capital campaign etc.
- Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail
- Excellent written and oral communication skills
- Experience with individual donor research and management
- Familiarity with office computer systems including email (Outlook/Thunderbird), Microsoft Office, Excel, Filemaker Pro, and QuickBooks
- Knowledge of office procedures, including filing, office equipment, typing, and policy development
- Able to juggle multiple tasks and work in an active office environment
- Associate/Bachelor’s Degree in relevant field OR 2 years comparable experience
START DATE: January 2014
TO APPLY: Mail, fax, or email the following – A one-page cover letter, resume, three references, and salary requirements to:
Ann May Woodward
The Scrap Exchange
923 Franklin Street, Bay 1
Durham, NC 27701
United Arts Council of Raleigh and Wake County – Director of Development
United Arts Council of Raleigh and Wake County seeks DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT. Responsible for coordination and operations management of an annual campaign and special event sponsorship initiative. Responsible for managing annual campaign; coordinates administrative aspects of corporate, workplace and direct mail efforts; manages campaign volunteers; provides and maintains campaign data; guides planning of campaign materials; manages processing of all campaign receipts, accounts receivable and acknowledgements; responsible for fundraising database and serves as the technology administrator for the agency.
Five years of experience required.
Salary range: $45,000-$48,000.
Application Deadline: December 31, 2013
Contact President/CEO at:
United Arts Council of Raleigh and Wake County
410 Glenwood Avenue, Suite 170
Raleigh, NC 27603.
Penland School of Crafts – Internships
Community Collaboration/Development Intern
The Community Collaboration/Development intern supports and implements Community Collaboration initiatives, programs and activities and assists the Development staff with special events. The intern will provide intensive support for Kids Camp activities, plan and implement hands-on activities in collaboration with a community organization, and assist with materials preparation for Teaching Artist Initiative programs. The intern will assist development staff with Penland Friends parties, session auction events, the Annual Benefit Auction. The internship period is June 4th through August 15th, full time (40 hours/week). The intern’s time will be divided between Community Collaboration and Development according to the schedules of these departments.
Community Collaboration Intern (TAI Teaching Artist)
This position provides close exposure to the skills and teaching philosophy employed by Penland’s Teaching Artist Initiative. This is an assistance position which provides training in arts education. Duties includes materials preparation, classroom setup and maintenance, teaching assistance, and administrative support. Program activities take place in Penland’s teaching studio at Ridgeway, and in three partner schools. Hands-on activities include a variety of bookmaking and painting processes, working with over 500 students over the course of the semester.
There are two Teaching Artist internship positions available. One runs from August 10th to mid-December, 2014 and the other is from early March to June 5th, 2015. Each position is full time (minimum of 35 hours/week).
Painting/Drawing and Textiles Studio Intern
The Painting/Drawing and Textiles Studio Intern provides studio support while learning about studio management and arts administration at a non-profit craft school. This un-paid position allows the intern to gain valuable knowledge and experience in studio support which includes safety procedures, equipment maintenance, ordering and tracking class supplies and working closely with studio assistants and instructors. The internship is a full time (40 hour per week) position starting May 12, 2014 and ending September 5, 2014.
Print, Letterpress, Books and Papermaking Studio Internship
The Print, Letterpress, Books and Papermaking Intern provides studio support for three areas while learning about studio management and arts administration at a non-profit craft school. This un-paid position allows the intern to gain valuable knowledge and experience in studio support which includes safety procedures, equipment maintenance, ordering and tracking supplies, and working closely with studio assistants and instructors. The internship is a full time (40 hour per week) position from May 12 – September 5, 2014.
The gardening intern is an important member of the facilities and grounds team. This intern will gain hands on research and experience with sustainable vegetable garden practices and techniques, sustainable invasive plant eradication, and the maintenance of annuals and perennials plants and beds. Additional educational goals of the internship include maintaining and harvesting our vegetable and herb gardens and assistance with implementing our compost program. The program for this internship includes completion of a report highlighting potential sustainable improvements for our vegetable garden. This position allows the intern a high level of educational experience and joint responsibility for the day to day upkeep of the Penland grounds. The internship period is May 19, 2014 through September 5, 2014, full time (40 hours a week).
Blue Ridge Music Center – Program Director
The Blue Ridge Parkway Foundation (BRPF) is seeking a Director to develop, administer, and manage performance activities related to The Blue Ridge Music Center (BRMC) located on the Blue Ridge Parkway, at Milepost 213 near the North Carolina and Virginia state line. As a facility managed and directed by the National Park Service, a major venue on the Crooked Road, and linked to the Blue Ridge Music Trails of NC, the Blue Ridge Music Center operates through a formal partnership with The Blue Ridge Parkway Foundation (a non-profit who manages the performance programming at and related to the site). This position requires a proven ability to both articulate and realize a collaborative vision among multiple partners. Primary Responsibilities include: strategic planning, development and fundraising, program creation and oversight, volunteer management, administrative leadership and management, community partnership management, marketing and public relations.
The successful candidate for the position will have a commitment to and interest in traditional Appalachian music and culture, proven managerial skills and a strong emphasis on development and strategic planning. The candidate will demonstrate an entrepreneurial spirit with the ability to create a vision and the skills and motivation to execute that vision. Creative problem solving coupled with a proven collaborative track record will enable the candidate to operate successfully with multiple partners, communities, states and the National Park Service (NPS) to outline and realize mutual goals.
Major Areas of Responsibility:
- Developing and maintaining a cooperative working relationship with National Park Service personnel involved with the operation and development of the Center;
- Assisting in the development and implementation of a strategic plan focused on fiscal sustainability and maintaining a high-quality music program;
- Design and implementation of a development/fundraising plan for the BRMC in cooperation and consultation with the CEO and Chief Development Officer;
- Work with the Director of Administration regarding all administrative tracking including grants management, financial, contracting and program reporting;
- Conduct and manage all marketing and outreach for the BRMC;
- Oversee and conduct programming and related operations at the Center under the direction of the Foundation’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and in cooperation with the Foundation and Park staff including: planning and producing a weekly outdoor summer concert series, programming daily live musicians’ performances and conducting other special event and programs at the BRMC’s Music Interpretive Center;
- Conduct outreach and formation of partnerships necessary for the success of the BRMC;
- Prepare periodic reports for management, as necessary or as requested, reflecting activity, issues and funding for the Center programs;
- Serve as a liaison with key partners and staff including the NPS and BRPF;
- Represent the Foundation and the Music Center in a professional and appropriate manner;
- Develop, supervise and train a corps of Center volunteers;
- Work with the Director of Administration and the CEO to develop budgets for various Center-related concert and program activities;
- Other duties as assigned as a member of the BRPF.
- Bachelor’s Degree in related field or demonstrated equivalent experience;
- Five years’ experience in similar or related position;
- Excellent personal communication skills (written, verbal, and listening) are essential;
- Excellent teamwork skills;
- Proficient computer skills including Microsoft Office and Adobe;
- Experience working with/for non-profit organizations;
- Excellent organizational skills;
- Exhibit an enthusiasm for and knowledge of traditional roots music of the Blue Ridge Region;
- Proven fund development experience.
Reports to and is evaluated by the: Blue Ridge Parkway Foundation-CEO
Hours: Full time. Evening and weekend work required, especially during the summer concert series.
Salary & Benefits: Salary range $40,000-$50,000 commensurate with experience, plus health benefits.
To apply send resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This position is open until further notice, for additional information please email email@example.com.
All Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex or national origin.
Charlotte Symphony Orchestra – Corporate Giving Manager
The Individual Giving Manager oversees the Symphony’s individual giving campaigns; participates in the development of annual development strategy; works with Donor Relations Manager on donor benefits and manages a portfolio of mid-level donors.
1. Corporate Giving
- Manage the Symphony’s corporate giving strategies, including, but not limited to mail, email and face-to-face solicitation strategies.
- Work in coordination with VP, Development and President to manage corporate donor solicitation, stewardship and cultivation strategies, including management of a corporate donor portfolio.
- Maintain awareness of basic corporate giving metrics and provide analysis throughout the year regarding donor retention, growth in the donor base and growth in giving.
- Introduce new corporate giving strategies as needed.
2. Donor Benefits
- Work with Donor Relations Manager to insure proper and accurate donor recognition and delivery of donor benefits in a timely manner.
- Coordinate donor events, receptions and other donor stewardship programs.
- Conduct regular analysis.
- Assist the VP, Development in establishing and managing annual and long-range development plans.
- Develop specific corporate giving strategy in coordination with the annual development plan.
- Provide current year analysis to inform annual development strategy
4. Other Duties
- Attend concerts and donor events as needed.
- Work with the Board, the Symphony Guild of Charlotte and other groups/organizations to provide support to their fundraising efforts benefiting the CSO.
- Support other programs and projects of the CSO, as needed.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
- Commitment to results
- Critical thinking and an ability to analyze results
- Flexibility and ability to adapt to changing environments
- Ability to work independently and as part of a team
Education and Experience
- Bachelor’s degree in an applicable field
- Three years of fundraising or corporate marketing experience
- Proficiency in use of donor database software, preferably The Raiser’s Edge
Please send cover letter and resume to:
Or mail to:
Charlotte Symphony, Human Resources – CGM
Two Wells Fargo Center
301 South Tryon Street, Suite 1700
Charlotte, NC 28282
NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE
The Charlotte Symphony is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The Charlotte Symphony welcomes all persons
without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, gender, age, sexual orientation or disability.
ARTS NC STATE – Director of Development
The Director of Development for ARTS NC STATE (ANCS) will provide strategy and leadership in raising private support for ANCS, composed of NC State University’s six visual and performing arts programs—Center Stage, Crafts Center, Dance Program, Gregg Museum of Art & Design, Music Department, and University Theatre. Currently, in the midst of a building campaign for the Gregg Museum, the Director of Development for ANCS will assume the lead role for securing major gifts in support of the Gregg Campaign. Following the successful completion of the Gregg Campaign, the Director of Development for ANCS will assume the lead role for securing major gifts for ANCS as part of the university’s $1B+ comprehensive campaign.
The successful applicant will demonstrate an ability to:
- Work to develop private support for established priorities for ARTS NC STATE.
- Plan and implement a program that includes measurable targets for the fiscal year (e.g. personal visits, cultivation activities, solicitation).
- Manage a portfolio of 100-150 major gift prospects, and set and carry out strategies for cultivation and solicitation of these prospects—including identifying, qualifying, cultivating, soliciting, and stewarding major gifts ($25,000+) for ARTS NC STATE from alumni, friends, foundations, and corporations.
- As part of a “Moves Management System,” prepare and implement strategic plans for the targeted prospects and meet annual moves management goals of 12-15 monthly visits and 18-24 major gifts proposals annually.
- Produce development-related cultivation and stewardship events.
- Manage the Friends of ARTS NC STATE Board of Advisors, the advisory and fundraising board for ARTS NC STATE, and the Gregg Museum Campaign
- Committee. Serves as the development liaison to other ARTS NC STATE boards.
- In conjunction with the Assistant Director of Arts Development, oversee the ARTS NC STATE Annual Giving program and related programs and activities.
- Contribute to DASA’s annual fundraising plans/goals and comprehensive campaign plans/goals. Participate in Central Development’s campaign/development officer meetings.
- In addition to fund-raising, oversight of all aspects of the ARTS NC STATE Development office, including: supervising its development staff comprised of 2 FTE and 1 part-time/temporary Gregg Campaign Museum Officer and all related aspects, program budget management along with production of annual reports, program assessment and related administrative support.
- Participate in Arts Directors’ meetings and contribute to ARTS NC STATE marketing and communication efforts.
For Complete Job Listing and to apply, go to: https://jobs.ncsu.edu/postings/30648
McColl Center for Visual Art Innovation Institute – Senior Account Manager
Position directly supports the growth strategy of the Innovation Institute, reaching increasing numbers of individuals, teams, and organizations to enhance their creative capacity for innovation. Works to grow relationships with existing clients and to acquire new clients. Takes the lead role in account planning, targeting, prospecting, qualifying and business follow-‐up. Ensures optimal presentation of the Innovation Institute’s capabilities, materials, and programs to Innovation Institute clients.
Principle Duties and Responsibilities:
- In conjunction with the Executive Director, Innovation Institute, creates client growth and acquisition strategies.
- Initiates contact with potential and existing clients. Proactively develops and advances new accounts and relationships.
- Completes initial assessment of client needs to determine desired learning outcomes. Links Innovation Institute programs to client outcomes and articulates the Innovation Institute’s value proposition.
- Works with the Innovation Institute executive design team to negotiate design and delivery outcomes with clients.
- Working with the Innovation Institute’s Program Director, review evaluation results with client using as an opportunity to generate additional business.
- Contributes to completion of client proposals.
- Links to the Innovation Institute’s operational team for delivery implementation and follow-‐up to ensure a high quality experience for clients.
- Responsible for managing, updating, and communicating robust pipeline from lead/prospect identification and direct contact.
- Responsible for account documentation and data maintenance.
Specific Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:
- Graduate degree in adult learning, instructional design, organizational development, business, or related field is preferred.
- Minimum of 6 years proven sales experience selling training or other intangible product sales. Previous experience selling customized training solutions preferred.
- Demonstrated skills in targeting and prospecting for new clients.
- Demonstrated ability to grow a profitable client portfolio.
- Effective interpersonal skills to work with all levels of personnel within the client organization.
- Demonstrated executive presence with senior management and executives.
- Ability to rapidly identify and act on prospects’ needs and issues.
- Exemplary verbal and written skills
- Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
- Skilled in Windows PC and CRM systems.
- 20% travel required
Resume and Cover letter should be submitted to:
with “Senior Account Manager” in the subject line.
Carolina Ballet – Major Gifts Officer
Carolina Ballet, one of the top ten ballet companies in the country, is currently accepting applications for an experienced development professional. The Major Gifts Officer is a full‐time position responsible for managing (cultivating, soliciting and stewarding) a portfolio of major gift donors and prospects.
Within the Carolina Ballet Development Team structure, each position contains a specialty focus on a particular area of development that benefits the greater efforts of our fundraising activities. In addition to managing a portfolio, the Major Gifts Officer is responsible for prospect research and reporting, working closely with the Director of Development to ensure successful donor pipeline management and integration across the Development Department. This position is also responsible for database integrity and provides oversight of data entry to ensure accuracy, functionality, updates of data, and the generation of reports.
Salary: Salaried exempt with benefits & commensurate with experience
Deadline: Application will be accepted through Friday, December 13th.
Anticipated Start Date: January 2014
**NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE**
Please submit applications online to (include Major Gifts Officer in the “Subject” line):
Jill Diaz, Director of Development
Applications should include: cover letter, resume and salary requirements.
Carolina Ballet is an equal opportunity employer.
Penland School of Crafts – Office Coordinator
Penland School of Crafts, Office Coordinator, works as a team member with the assistant registrar, services coordinator, housekeeping, and studio coordinators to ensure smooth operations as they relate to visitors, students and instructors. The Office Coordinator is a communication hub for many Penland activities and must continually facilitate communications throughout the school. The position is a main contact for potential students and registered students after they arrive on campus. Other duties include resolving problems arising from student, staff, or instructor needs. This is a 30 hour position, year round and benefits eligible.
Associates degree or equivalent from a two-year college or technical school or six months to one year related experience and/or training is preferred. The candidate must have knowledge of computer software applications in word processing, Excel and database software.
The position will remain open until filled, however the initial review of applications will consist of applications received by December 5, 2013.
Send resume and cover letter addressing:
Amanda Hollifield, Registrar & Student Affairs Manager
Penland School of Crafts
PO Box 37
Penland, NC 28765
or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Carolina Theatre of Durham – Facilities Manager
The Carolina Theatre of Durham, Inc. is seeking a full-time Facilities Manager for the Carolina Theatre complex in Downtown Durham. This is a salaried position reporting to the Director of Operations.
The Facilities Manager is responsible for all maintenance and operations of the complex, including:
- Ensuring proper operation and maintenance of all building systems, including HVAC, electrical, plumbing, telecommunications.
- Proper maintenance and repairs of sound, theatrical lighting, 35mm and DCP-compliant digital projection, theatrical rigging and fly systems.
- General repairs of the facility, either personally or through subcontractors. Fulfilling staff work orders for repairs and maintenance using the web-based FacilityDude program.
- Serve as contact with the City of Durham Department of General Services regarding City-maintained portions of the complex and surrounding areas, and with the Business Improvement District regarding cleaning of sidewalks.
- Reviewing and modifying the facility’s Emergency Plan, and ensures that staff and volunteers are trained appropriately on a regular basis.
- Maintaining an ongoing list of capital needs, and providing quotes and additional information as required by the President/CEO.
- Scheduling, directing and evaluating subcontractors engaged in building and equipment maintenance and service agreements, including HVAC, housekeeping, alarms, elevators.
- Ensuring compliance as it relates to the facility with all City, State, and Federal laws, and in cooperation with the Director of Operations carrying out a regular schedule of inspections as required.
- Directs the Lead Housekeeper, Operations Assistant, and part-time technical and facilities staff.
REQUIREMENTS AND QUALIFICATIONS:
- At least three years of related work experience, specifically including direct responsibility for building technical systems.
- Strong knowledge of building codes, laws, and City of Durham policies related to facility operations.
- Ability to personally carry out basic building repairs such as painting or patching walls.
- Strong organizational and problem-solving skills.
- The ability to working independently with minimal supervision.
- Must meet the following physical requirements:
- Ability to work Lift and carry up to 50 lbs.
- Stand or walk for significant periods of time each day.
- Kneel, stoop, or work overhead as needed to carry out tasks.
- Ability to climb a ladder or scaffolding and work in accordance with standard safety practices.
Salary is commensurate with experience. Benefits include medical, dental and vision insurance, 401(k) participation, paid vacation and sick leave.
For more information about The Carolina of Durham, go to: www.carolinatheatre.org
Send resume and letter of interest to email@example.com.
Only applicants who are being considered will be contacted, so please do not call or e-mail to follow up on your application. This position will be open until a suitable candidate is found.
The Carolina Theatre of Durham, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Davidson Community Players – Associate Artistic Director
The 2011 NCTC Community Theatre of the Year, Davidson Community Players (DCP) is an award-winning community theater producing five Main Stage and three youth productions each year while offering year-round camps, workshops, and classes for youth. DCP announces an opening on the creative staff for an Associate Artistic Director. DCP seeks an enthusiastic, talented and positive artist to serve as the Associate Artistic Director.
The Associate Artistic Director is responsible for helping to conceive, develop, and implement the artistic vision and focus of Davidson Community Players, and for making and participating in major decisions about the ongoing development of the aesthetic values and activities of DCP.
The Position of Artistic Director is a twelve-month position compensated as a part-time appointment. Frequent evenings and weekends are required depending on the production schedule. The job requires significant flexibility to ensure that DCP’s artistic programs achieve the highest quality.
- Participates in hiring and supervises and evaluates artistic personnel including directors, production staff, designers, and stage managers;
- Hires, supervises and evaluates key technical personnel, including technical director;
- Helps develop, implement, and evaluate programs for the year;
- Directs or designs at least two productions per season;
- Manages season play selection process working well in advance of grant cycles;
- In consultation with executive director, assists in developing annual production budget;
- Consults with the Education Coordinator to implement an artistic vision for the educational programs and assists in the development of strategies to grow and improve these programs;
- Reports to the Board of Directors on a periodic basis to give an update on artistic activity;
- Supervises the maintenance of written procedures manual for technical and production staff;
- Seeks to develop new artistic programs consistent with the organizational mission;
- Meets regularly with the Executive Director to share information, strategize about programs, and offer counsel to the ED on the management of the company;
- Assist with marketing and ambassadorship to develop audiences in collaboration with the marketing director;
- Acts as a spokesperson for the organization’s artistic purpose via speaking engagements, public and social appearances, and, as requested, at fundraising events and solicitations;
- Fosters the development of good relations with other cultural organizations by participating in meetings and joint activities where appropriate;
- Manages schedules for the use of company facilities
- Additional tasks and responsibilities as needed
- B.A. degree in theater or related field from an accredited college or sufficient professional experience;
- Experience as a successful leader in the arts sector;
- Capable of building and maintaining relationships within arts community;
- Experience as a director and /or designer in a similar theater environment;
- Experience in financial management including developing and managing a production budget;
- Ability to collaborate with a diverse artistic community including artists and volunteers of all ages, genders, and ethnicities to produce high quality theater
Competitive non-profit salary offered. No benefits are available.
Please forward Letter of Interest and resume to Execdir@davidsoncommunityplayers.org
or mail to:
PO Box 76
Davidson NC 28036.
No calls please.
Brevard Music Center – Manager, Annual Giving
The Manager, Annual Giving will develop, implement and oversee all aspects of the annual giving campaigns (renewal and acquisition) for individuals contributing up to $25,000.00, assist the Director of Development to create a comprehensive plan to increase annual giving to align with program priorities, and provide program support for the foundation and government grants area. The Manager, Annual Giving will also oversee the donor database (The Raiser’s Edge), and ensure the accurate and timely delivery of donor benefits and stewardship.
Please see our website for a detailed job description: http://www.brevardmusic.org/about/employment
- BA/BS degree preferred
- Minimum three to five years of Development or equivalent experience, including direct marketing fund raising and annual fund campaigns
- Day-to-day working knowledge of Raiser’s Edge (Blackbaud) donor tracking software (familiarity with ticketing software, a plus)
Available: January 6, 2014
To apply, please send your cover letter and resume to:
Director of Development
Brevard Music Center is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Brevard Music Center does not discriminate in employment and personnel practices on the basis of race, sex, age, handicap, religion, national origin or any other basis prohibited by applicable law.
Penland School of Crafts – Human Resources Manager
Penland School of Crafts Human Resources Manager position is responsible for administering policies relating to all phases of human resources activity. This position maintains knowledge of legal requirements and government reporting regulations affecting human resources functions, and ensures that policies, procedures and reporting are in compliance. The HR manager assists supervisors with hiring procedures, designs and arranges new employee orientations, administers benefits plans, and keeps record of benefits plan participation, maintains the employee handbook and responds to inquiries regarding HR policies, procedures and programs, coordinates the annual performance review program, and conducts training sessions on a variety of topics. This part-time, non-exempt position reports to the Executive Director.
Bachelor’s degree (B.S.) or equivalent from a four-year college or university; or three five years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
The position will remain open until filled, however the initial review of applications will consist of applications received by December 1, 2013. Send resume and cover letter addressing relevant experience and interest in the position and contact information for at least 3 references to:
Jasmin McFayden, Executive Assistant
Penland School of Crafts
PO Box 37
Penland, NC 28765
View full job description at penland.org/about/job1.html
Durham Arts Council – Theater Operations Manager/Technical Director
Durham Arts Council, a leading arts agency in North Carolina, seeks a Theater Operations Manager/Technical Director. This is a full time, hourly position with benefits, with weekly schedule driven by client volume and event scheduling requirements. This position will also handle general maintenance and repair duties in the theatre and assist with other facility duties as time allows.
This key position coordinates venue bookings with the Assistant Manager of Facility Sales, and provides leadership and management for the operation, maintenance, and care of DAC’s newly renovated 200-seat PSI Theatre and other venues, support spaces and related technical equipment in the building. Must be knowledgeable in operating sound (Yamaha LS-9 Digital board), lighting (ETC-ION lighting system), lighting design, projection and A/V equipment. Must be customer service oriented with the ability to work well with both experienced and inexperienced theater clients. Prior technical operation experience and experience working with clients required, with a minimum of three (3) years experience in a comparable venue. College degree in related field preferred.
Position reports to the Director of Facilities and Visitor Services.
Qualified applicants should send resume and cover letter to:
Director of Facilities and Visitor Services
Durham Arts Council, Attn: Theater position
120 Morris Street
Durham, NC 27701
E-mail applications to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications accepted until position is filled. No calls or visits, please.
DAC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.