Arts North Carolina

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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 Contact Christine Olson at 919/834-1411 to make a payment and schedule the listing.



UNC Wilmington – Box Office and Communications Manager

Essential functions of this position:

This position manages and supervises the operations of the Box Office at UNCW Kenan Auditorium at the journey-to-advanced-level of ticket-takers and box office treasurers. Employee is responsible for planning, coordinating, and supervising the continuous disbursement and distribution of a large volume of tickets and the ticket sales and donated revenue for all cultural and admission-controlled events at the auditorium and occasionally at alternate venues on campus such as Trask Auditorium (non-Athletic events only) and Beckwith Recital Hall. Employee manages the operations of a full service box office that receives and distributes tickets, & sales & donated income of close to $700,000, including several part time and temporary box office staff. Relevant events are sponsored by UNCW or by rental clients at these venues. In addition, because of the public-facing nature of the position and the data available via the box office system, this position is responsible for coordination of communications with patrons. Constituents include patrons of the Office of the Arts and its UNCW Presents series, and also various groups on campus, including students, faculty, staff of academic arts departments and others as determined by the Director of Operations and Director, Office of the Arts.

This position is also responsible for:

  • Website content management, social media presence of the office of the arts and email communication with various mailing lists.
  • Collaborating with the Office of University Relations to create and execute advertising and media strategy related to the overall UNCW Presents season and specific performance events.
  • Working with the University’s calendar management system to ensure that the public receives accurate and helpful information regarding arts events at UNCW.

N.C. Minimum Required Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities:

High school diploma or equivalency; or demonstrated possession of the competencies necessary to perform the work.

Additional knowledge, skills, and abilities required to perform the essential functions of the position:

Advanced knowledge of box office software, preferably in an arts environment; Outstanding written and verbal communication skills; Fluency in a Microsoft Office environment, including budgeting in Microsoft Excel; Ability to manage staff, including work coordination, problem solving, and information/records administration.

Preferred education, professional skills and experience:

At least three years’ experience in box office management, preferably in an arts environment.

Recruitment Range: $32,000-$36,000
Job Closing Date: 07/06/2015

For more info/to apply visit Applications must be submitted through the online application system to be considered.

PLEASE NOTE: To receive full consideration, please be sure you have fully completed the entire application before you apply for this position.

UNC Wilmington actively fosters a diverse and inclusive working and learning environment and is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified men and women from all racial, ethnic or other minority groups, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.

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UNC Wilmington – Artist Services and Residency Manager

Essential functions of this position:

The Artist Services and Residency Manager is responsible for providing event support, planning, and logistics for performing arts events within UNCW’s Office of the Arts. The Manager has direct oversight of the logistical planning of events at Kenan Auditorium and other select venues in Wilmington, and provides additional support for events throughout the campus. This position also coordinates residency activities with the local arts and civic community, both on campus and throughout Wilmington. Understanding that the expertise level of artists and their agents varies, the Manager is capable of being flexible with support and processes; and able to change their role, depending on the needs of artists and community partners.

N.C. Minimum Required Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities:

Bachelor’s degree; or equivalent combination of training and experience. All degrees must be received from appropriately accredited institutions.

Additional knowledge, skills, and abilities required to perform the essential functions of the position:

  • Computer literacy in a Microsoft office environment, logistical skills, and budget management are essential.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills and a proven ability to interact with a variety of internal and external constituents.
  • Willingness and ability to work with a flexible schedule, including early mornings, late nights, weekends, holidays and long hours.

Preferred education, professional skills and experience:

Bachelor’s Degree preferred, with a minimum of two years’ experience in arts administration or a related field. Candidates should be organized, diplomatic, and self-directed.

Recruitment Range: $34,000 – $38,000
Job Closing Date: 07/20/2015

For more info/to apply visit Applications must be submitted through the online application system to be considered.

PLEASE NOTE: To receive full consideration, please be sure you have fully completed the entire application before you apply for this position.

UNC Wilmington actively fosters a diverse and inclusive working and learning environment and is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified men and women from all racial, ethnic or other minority groups, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.

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Community School of the Arts – Registrar



Performs program registration activities for CSA’s classes, camps and lessons, providing outstanding customer service to all constituents and maximizing both enrollment and revenue for the School.

  • Process student placement and registration, including intake conversations, updates to schedules, refunds, credits, and new student welcome packets.
  • Assist Program and Registration Associate to maintain and manipulate enrollment database, including maintaining student information, class rosters, inquiry and waiting lists, class schedules by semester and mailing lists.
  • Assist Program and Registration Associate providing detailed class and placement information to parents and prospective students in person, via phone or email.
  • Coordinate six major mailings per year: Re-enrollment and financial aid award letters in fall, spring and summer.
  • Prepare weekly enrollment reports and other reports as needed.
  • Accept, process and monitor payments and cancellations; send invoices and reminders as needed.
  • Other duties as assigned.
  • Bachelor’s Degree required
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook) required; database management experience preferred
  • Fanatical attention to detail and ability to juggle many projects and details at once
  • Exceptional customer service skills and a commitment to total parent/student satisfaction
  • Experience operating in an arts environment; basic working knowledge of arts education programs
  • Friendly, articulate, welcoming demeanor that encourages interest in the School
  • Sound judgment and a strategic approach to work
  • A cooperative, collegial professional with a sense of humor
  • Spanish speaker preferred

Part-time, salaried, non-exempt. 20 hours per week. Benefits ineligible. This position reports to the Program and Registration Associate. Monday through Thursday, 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM (20 minute break)

Contact Information:

Allison Lange, Operations Manager
Community School of the Arts
345 N. College Street
Charlotte, NC 28202

Email only – no phone calls

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N.C. Arts Council – Program Administrator

The N.C. Arts Council seeks a Program Administrator to support our work with communities and artists around the state. The Arts Council employs four Program Administrators who are each responsible for certain tasks associated with specific program areas, but also have overarching responsibilities relating to the agency as a whole. This position is primarily responsible for supporting the work of the Creative Economies Team and the Traditions & Heritage Team and the Executive staff and board.

Click here for the complete position description.

Application deadline is July 6th.

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High Point Arts Council – Part-Time Programs Coordinator Position

The High Point Arts Council seeks to hire a part-time Programs Coordinator for arts programs and arts and entertainment events.

The Programs Coordinator reports to the Executive Director and is responsible for coordinating arts education programs, community outreach programs, and arts and entertainment events. Job responsibilities are to:

  • Coordinate the John Coltrane Jazz Workshop in July, the Arts Splash Concert series in the summer, the Day in the Park Festival in the fall, and the Arts & Entertainment series at the Centennial Station Arts Center from fall to spring.
  • Hire artists, crafters, musicians and other performers for the above arts programs, prepare contracts, and manage payment for services.
  • Work with the Arts Council’s Programs Committee to set timelines, choose artists, establish budgets, and plan arts programs for the year.
  • Meet with clients and prepare contracts for rentals of the arts center for arts and entertainment programs by affiliated arts organizations and other outside agencies.
  • Supervise sound and light technicians, set-up crew, and wait staff, before, during and after events.
  • Track revenues and expenses for all arts programs and reconcile cash and credit transactions after events.
  • Promote events via social media, distribute print materials, and seek new opportunities for getting the word out!

Qualifications: Applicant must have at least a two-year degree plus experience in planning and coordinating events; must be proficient in Word, Excel, and Publisher; theatre management experience and must have a bar permit or be willing to go through ABC training. The Programs Coordinator must have a flexible schedule and be able to work nights, weekends, and some holidays. Salary is based on a 25-hour week.

The Programs Coordinator is a staff position with responsibilities, duties, and opportunities associated with being a member of the Arts Council’s staff.

All interested applicants should send their resumé to Debbie Lumpkins, Executive Director of the High Point Arts Council, at

or mail to:

121 S. Centennial Street
High Point, NC 27260

The deadline for submitting a resumé is July 15.

No telephone inquiries please.

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Beaufort County Arts Council – Programming Director


BCAC Mission:

The Beaufort County Arts Council (BCAC) provides cultural opportunities through initiation, support, and presentation of artistic programs in Beaufort County and the surrounding area.

BCAC Goals:
  • To present a wide range of educational, performing arts, visual arts and cultural programs
  • To support and work closely with existing arts organizations
  • To encourage and nurture new and emerging arts efforts and organizations
  • To advocate for the arts in regards to economic development, tourism, and downtown development
  • To seek out, develop and support opportunities for arts-related businesses
Position Responsibilities:

The program director will report directly to the BCAC executive director (ED) under the direction of the BCAC Board of Directors. He/she will work closely with the BCAC ED to identify, locate, hire and present performing artists, and the works of visual artists to the community. He/she will work closely with area school systems to present artists to students in appropriate and meaningful ways so as to enhance their cultural diversity and educational experience. The program director will work with existing arts organizations and local civic groups to promote and present cultural and artistic programs to the public. He/she will work closely with the ED and BCAC’s Marketing Action Team to develop marketing strategies for BCAC events and programs, and will assist in implementing these strategies. As directed by the ED, he/she will attend meetings and conferences (i.e. the bi-annual ArtsMarket presented by the NC Presenter’s Consortium and NCAC) to seek out and engage quality acts for performances at the Turnage Theater or, as appropriate, another agreed upon local area venue. The program director will assist the ED in preparing grant applications and grant reporting, and will perform other duties as directed by the ED.

Position Requirements:

The candidate should possess a strong, diverse arts background with experience directly related to the performing arts and its presentation including talent identification, booking, scheduling and coordination. He/she should be an effective communicator and be comfortable in a variety of environments from public forums to smaller groups. He/she should be able to work effectively with diverse cross-sections of the public, including individual artists, civic leaders, business leaders, elected officials, and City and County government personnel. The candidate should be able to work a flexible time schedule and able to simultaneously manage many different tasks. He/she should be sensitive to the cultural diversity of the area. The candidate should be able to work effectively with others, to manage and delegate work assignments to other employees and volunteers, and to plan and run meetings effectively. Excellent written communications skills are required, along with a proficiency in current computer office programs and basic graphic design. The successful candidate will be encouraged to develop new program ideas and strategies, and then implement these ideas. He/she should have project management skills, be attentive to details and tasks management, and be comfortable working under pressure with frequent, tight deadlines. The preferred candidate will be a resident of Beaufort County, or someone willing to relocate to Beaufort County within a mutually agreed upon timeframe. Most importantly, the successful candidate should have an intuitive sense of what needs to take place to get the job at hand successfully completed, and be willing and able to do what it takes regardless of any challenges or obstacles.

Education and Experience Requirements:

The candidate should be a graduate of an accredited four-year college or university, preferably with a degree in the arts or 4 years equivalent relative experience; and a minimum of 2 years of directly related experience. It is desirable that the candidate also have leadership/management experience.

Application Process:

Salary will be competitive and commensurate with qualifications and experience.

To apply, send an email with a cover letter detailing your qualifications, resume, and salary requirements, along with three (3) professional references (including contact information) to Applications will also be accepted via US Mail to:

Beaufort County Arts Council – Programming Director
PO Box 634
Washington, NC 27889.

Communications will be treated with confidence and resumes will be accepted until the position is filled.

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Hillsborough Arts Council – Program Director

Background: Founded in 1986, the Hillsborough Arts Council is an active, dynamic nonprofit organization serving the arts and cultural needs of Hillsborough and surrounding area. It accomplishes its mission “to enrich the community through the arts” with initiatives that focus on engaging diverse audiences in arts events and educational programs, fostering recognition and appreciation of the arts, and providing avenues for artists, arts organizations and audiences for connecting with one another. The Council sponsors and coordinates many of the major cultural events held regularly in Hillsborough’s lovely small town environment. Popular signature events include Last Fridays, Last Fridays Art Walk, the Handmade Parade, Parlor Concerts and a sculpture tour. The Council’s office, Gallery and Gift Shop are located at 102 North Churton Street in the heart of Historic Downtown Hillsborough NC.

Position Available: The Hillsborough Arts Council seeks an enthusiastic, self-motivated and experienced individual to serve as part-time Program Director (20-24 hours per week). The Arts Council uses local volunteers to provide innovative programs and services to artists and the general public.

Responsibilities: The Program Director is responsible for coordination and publicity of programs, support to program chairs, fundraising activities, grant writing and volunteer recruitment. The Program Director reports to the Board of Directors or Officers of the Board as appropriate.

  • Program Development and Management – Actively coordinate and promote programs and events through calendar management and publicity including web-based, social and traditional media; evaluate past, current and potential programs and make improvements as needed; develop new programs
  • Program Support – Provide information, advice, resources, expertise and staff support to program chairs
  • Fund Development – Coordinate and expand annual community and corporate fundraising efforts including annual letter and charity events to meet the Council’s fundraising goals
  • Grant Writing and Management – Research new grant opportunities and write grants to obtain funding; oversee grant deadlines for programs using timetable and alerts to ensure timely filing of grant requests and final reports
  • Volunteer Recruitment and Placement — Ensure the recruitment, placement, supervision and nurturance of volunteers for Arts Council programs
  • Marketing and Public Relations – Develop and maintain positive relationships as key liaison with local and county government and school officials, business leaders and civic groups, arts patrons, and current and potential funding organizations and agencies.


  • Background in nonprofits through education or experience
  • Knowledge of the Hillsborough/Orange County area arts community is a plus
  • Experience as a fundraiser and grant writer
  • Excellent written and oral skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office, graphics and social media
  • Ability to motivate and develop volunteers
  • Ability to work collaboratively with the community, Board of Directors and volunteers

Compensation: $20,000-$25,000 commensurate with experience (20-24 hours per week with occasional evening and weekend work)

Starting Date: As soon as possible

Application Deadline: Open until filled

Procedure for Applying: Qualified candidates should submit to the Attn: Program Director Search Committee the following items in one file in PDF format. Please send the file to

  • a resume;
  • cover letter of interest;
  • 3 references including names, email addresses and telephone numbers; and,
  • your answers to the questions listed below.
    1. Why do you want to work for the Hillsborough Arts Council and what is your knowledge of its programs?
    2. What experience do you have that makes you a good fit for this position?
    3. What is your understanding of the role of an arts organization in its community?

For more information about the Hillsborough Arts Council, visit

No phone calls please

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Surry Arts Council, Mount Airy, NC – Director of Operations and Communications

The Surry Arts Council is a not for profit organization that operates the Andy Griffith Playhouse, the Andy Griffith Museum, the Blackmon Amphitheatre, and the Historic Earle Theatre. This is a full time position with benefits including health insurance. The salary and benefits are competitive. A Bachelor’s Degree is required. Experience is desirable.

  • Review all contracts and maintain permanent record files
  • Oversee grants for compliance, work with ED on grant reports
  • Keep all policies and agreements current and ensure compliance
  • Write new policies when needed (whistle blower, document retention, etc.)
  • Plan monthly staff meetings
  • Cross train with all employees
  • Conduct and maintain ticket sales records
  • Set up and maintain social media sites and delegate maintenance
  • Oversee scholarship application process including distribution and communications, application receipt, committee review and auditions, award notifications, award payments
  • Oversee signups for all programs and classes including payment of instructors in timely fashion and according to contract specifications
  • Coordinate all press releases and ensure that programs are promoted appropriately and in a timely fashion
  • Maintain all email files, constant contact communications
  • Make sure that all SAC events are included in regional, state, and other calendars both print media, television, radio, and online calendars
  • Other duties as assigned

Candidates should send a letter of application and curriculum vitae or resume to

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Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center – Development and Outreach Coordinator

Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center, Asheville, North Carolina has an immediate opening for a Development and Outreach Coordinator. Reporting to the Executive Director, this individual will be responsible for development, communications, special events, financial reporting, and administrative duties critical to daily operations.

The successful candidate must have experience in fundraising, event coordination, and office administration, an interest in the history of Black Mountain College, and excellent communication skills. A bachelor’s or advanced degree would be desirable. Salary and benefits will be commensurate with experience.

For more information, visit

Please submit a resume, letter of interest, and brief writing sample (no more than 2 pages) by July 1 to:

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Triangle Youth String Orchestra – Conductor


Job Description

The Triangle Youth String Orchestra (TYSO) Conductor has a critical role in nurturing and developing string musicians in the first level of the Philharmonic’s orchestral ensembles. Accordingly, the TYSO Conductor establishes key expectations about classical music, practice, rehearsals and performance that may last a lifetime. The individual selected must exhibit the ability to lead and motivate young musicians toward the vibrant music education experience provided by the Philharmonic Association.

The Philharmonic Association (PA) is the non-profit sponsor of a multi-level music education program that includes six youth orchestras. This beginning ensemble, the Triangle Youth String Orchestra (TYSO) provides an encouraging atmosphere for young string players in grades four and above to learn ensemble skills. There is no entrance audition but members should be able to read music and have prior experience, such as private lessons or school orchestra.

The TYSO Conductor will report to the PA Artistic Director for musical matters and the PA Executive Director for administrative matters. The PA Operations Manager will assist with recruiting volunteer support for the TYSO Conductor.

Job Title: Triangle Youth String Orchestra Conductor
Job Type: Part-Time, generally about 6 hours per week
Start Date: August 1, 2015


The TYSO Conductor will be an employee of the PA for ten months, August – May. Compensation of $800.00 per month will be paid at the end of each month. The months of August, December and May are primarily intended as planning and preparation months.

Areas of Responsibility
  1. Conduct weekly rehearsals at the Cary Arts Center on Tuesdays from 6:00 – 7:30 pm and at Sanderson High School on Thursdays from 6:30 – 8:00 pm. The season runs September to November and January to the beginning of May.
  2. Conduct all dress rehearsals and concerts at the Cary Arts Center and/or other locations as scheduled.
  3. Hear placement auditions for First Violins and section leaders in September of each year.
  4. Research and select appropriate music for the orchestra to rehearse and perform.
  5. Duplicate and put together folders for the orchestra members. Tear down folders after each concert and file in the Philharmonic Association library.
  6. Manage volunteers, or other staff, for orchestra set-up and tear-down.
  7. Write a short news article prior to each concert to promote community interest.
  1. Competency on an orchestral string instrument.
  2. Conducting experience and competency.
  3. Passion for classical music education for youth and personal knowledge of orchestral literature.
  4. Availability for dress rehearsals and concerts scheduled for the 2015-2016 season.
  5. Excellent communication skills (oral and written).
  6. Resourcefulness and creativity.
  7. Team player willing to adopt a professional approach to music education.
Application Process
  1. Send a one-page resume to:

    Hugh Partridge, Artistic Director
    PO Box 782
    Cary NC 27512


  2. Promising applicants will be interviewed by phone.
  3. Finalists will have the opportunity to conduct during a portion of one rehearsal during the TYSO summer session.
  4. Our organization will require a background check prior to hiring.

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Town of Wake Forest – Cultural Resources Center Manager
(Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources Department)

We are recruiting for a Cultural Resources Center Manager to oversee the management of the Wake Forest Renaissance Centre. The ideal candidate will have a thorough knowledge of cultural program development and administration; the ability to work with volunteer groups; the ability to supervise a diverse staff; and the ability to meet and deal tactfully with the public.

This employee will supervise, plan, direct, and participate in providing a diverse range of cultural arts programs, both performance and visual arts, for all segments of the community. This employee will also be responsible for promoting and marketing the Renaissance Centre for special events. This position will report directly to the Director of Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources .

Qualifications: A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Theater Management, Cultural Arts, Event Management, Business, Recreation Administration or a related field is required. Five to seven years of increasingly responsible experience in community program supervision/administration, or any equivalent combination of education and experience required. Grant writing & sponsorship coordination experience preferred.

Apply by: Open until filled

Minimum Salary: $49,670

To Apply, go to:

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Theatre In The Park, Raleigh, NC -Scenic/Lighting Designer/Technical Director

Theatre In The Park is a not-for-profit theatre providing entertainment to the Triangle Area of North Carolina

This is a full time position with benefits. Theatre In The Park normally produces a four to six production main season, plus their production of A Christmas Carol,which celebrated its 40th anniversary in 2014.

Duties include the design and execution of all scenic, lighting, prop, and sound elements. Designer will work with the staff master carpenter and a cultivate large volunteer force that is well-trained and disciplined. Duties also include set construction and repair, prop design, construction, and repair for A Christmas Carol.

Assist to establish production schedules for all mainstage shows, independent productions, and co-productions.

Supervise load-in and strike of all Theatre In The Park productions in the Pullen Park facility. In the event that any Theatre In The Park productions are held off site in other venues, (with exception of A Christmas Carol) job responsibilities remain the same.

Assemble, train, supervise, and help recruit technical and backstage volunteers in cooperation with Stage Manager for each production.


BFA/MFA in design/technical direction. Experience in scenic and lighting design, technical direction, sound design, MIG welding, CAD drafting and scene painting.


Application Process:

Candidates should send:

  1. A letter of application addressing the applicant’s strengths relative to the responsibilities and
    qualifications cited above
  2. A current curriculum vitae and/or resume
  3. A one-page statement of applicant’s philosophy towards design and execution
  4. The applicant’s digital portfolio or website link
  5. The names, addresses, and phone numbers of three individuals who are familiar with the candidate’s record as designer or technical director.

To guarantee full consideration,. all application materials requested above must be submitted to:

Theatre In The Park is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer providing access to education and employment without regard to age, race, color, national origin, gender, religion, sexual orientation, veteran’s status, political affiliation, or disability.

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Tryon Arts and Crafts School – Executive Director

Tryon Arts and Crafts School (TACS), Tryon, NC, is seeking an Executive Director (ED).

TACS has been in operation for 55 years as a community and regional center designed to provide creative opportunities through education, instruction and expression of heritage and contemporary arts and crafts. The intent of the organization is to honor and preserve the past and create the future. TACS is a 501 (3)(c) organization.

The Ideal Candidate will have:

  • an aptitude for business.
  • exceptional leadership skills (for people and the organization).
  • credentials, aptitude or experience consistent with TACS mission.
  • exceptional written and verbal skills.
  • a passion for traditional and contemporary arts and crafts.
  • a history of successful fund-raising and grant reception.
  • facility with computers.


Job Description

The ED:

  • provides day-to-day management and execution of ongoing goals of TACS.
  • reports directly to the Executive Committee (EC), ultimately to the Board of Directors (BOD) and is responsible for consistent achievement of the mission, financial objectives and development of future plans for the organization.
  • supervises and supports TACS staff.
  • develops classes, workshops and special events in conjunction with the Education and Special Events committees.
  • develops broad guidelines of a marketing strategy in conjunction with the Marketing Committee.
  • serves as an emissary and leader to other community arts organizations, businesses, citizens and funding organizations essential to TACS.
  • administers the current budget and assists in developing yearly budgets.


To Apply:

Submit one file in PDF format, including a cover letter and resume to:

References will be required if you are considered for interview.
Salary is commensurate with experience and qualifications. A bonus is possible.
This is a full time position.

Application Review begins on Wednesday, June 17th and continues until position is filled.

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Children’s Theatre of Charlotte – Audio/Video Engineer

The Children’s Theatre of Charlotte (CTC) is seeking to hire a full time Audio/Video Engineer to join the production team. CTC is one of the largest fully producing, professional theatre companies for youth and families. Annually serving approximately 300,000, CTC is unique among theatres for youth by placing equal emphasis on the production of high quality professional performances and comprehensive educational offerings. Performances are presented in the McColl Family Theatre (550 seats) and the Wells Fargo Playhouse (270 seats). The Children’s Theatre of Charlotte shares the ImaginOn facility with the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library. Together, these two organizations create and support the partnership through a variety of programming initiatives.

The Audio/Video Engineer is responsible for executing and implementing the Sound or Video Designer’s artistic vision and treatment of the script, running sound and video for all productions according to design and for adequate sound reinforcement in theatre spaces. He/she supports Education Department programming, and designs and implements all audio needs for ImaginOn rentals and Public Library use of Children’s Theatre space. Productions include five Main Stage, four Resident Touring Company, two preschool touring company and the Drama for Healthy Living for public and school audiences. Our seasons are a diverse mix of produced musical and non-musical productions as well as presenting guest artists.

This year round position is responsible for the overall operations, management and maintenance of the audio and video systems. The Audio/Video Engineer has direct budgetary oversight and collaborates with directors and designers to insure the artistic vision is realized within the means of available equipment resources and budget.

Primary duties include:

  • Responsible for set-up, installation, configuration, and operation of audio and video systems for the Wells Fargo and McColl Family Theatres. Content and creative elements are the responsibility of the designers.
  • Runs live sound for all mainstage production technical rehearsals and performances. Responsible for maintaining consistent quality and integrity of sound for every show.
  • Responsibilities include working with the Designers to design, install, and maintain systems for each production. Facilitates programming of audio playback computer.
  • Schedules and manages all aspects of pre-show announcements for mainstage, touring and guest artists, including recording and mastering. Responsible for all aspects of recording and reproducing voice-overs as requested by the Sound Designer or Director.
  • Programs and installs software/equipment on behalf of the Sound Designer and his/her design.

Other Responsibilities:

  • Manages back stage video monitors.
  • Manages internal production communications such as hand-held radios and/or intercom.
  • Responsible for addressing FCC-related issues and complying with regulations.
  • Suggests necessary sound and video capital improvement projects to Production Manager.
  • Advance audio and video requirements of outside events and CTC presented artists.
  • Supports all CTC presenting events by preparing and operating systems or scheduling other personnel as needed.
  • Support the library with technical advice.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Education, Experience, and Skill Level Required:
Associate’s degree in Theatre or related field and two years related work experience, or equivalent combination of education and experience.

Previous Experience with Yamaha and Allen & Heath digital consoles, wireless microphones, Mac and Windows computers, projectors, digital networking, and Q Lab software.

Basic troubleshooting and repair of audio and video equipment

Highly organized with excellent written and verbal communication.

Ideal candidate will also have experience using one or more of the following: Isadora, Adobe Premiere, Final Cut Pro, Photoshop.

To apply, go to:

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McGregor Hall – Executive Director

The Embassy Cultural Center Foundation in conjunction with McGregor Hall Center for the Arts has an exciting opportunity for the right candidate to manage a 1000 seat state-of-the art performing arts center in beautiful Henderson, North Carolina.

Candidate should have previous experience with grand opening and operating a performing arts center. Skills in presenting, fund raising, board development, fiscal operation, booking, scheduling and strong customer service and communication skills are required.

The qualified candidate should have a BA in Theatre Management or related field, and five (5) years-experience in venue management. Salary and benefit package is competitive.

Hiring date is 7/1/15 or until filled.

To apply and for full job description please send resume and cover letter to Mark Hopper via email at:

or mail to:

McGregor Hall
P.O. Box 769
Henderson, NC 27536

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Greenhill – Director of Programs


Position Summary

Reporting to the Executive Director, the Director of Programs (DOP) leads the programmatic operations of Greenhill which include, but may not be limited to The Gallery and ArtQuest. Guided by the Executive Director’s strategic leadership and consistent with the organization’s strategic vision, the DOP will direct and coordinate cross-departmental activities to accomplish mission-critical goals, institute continuous improvement processes to strengthen capability and infrastructure that drive results and to foster a collaborative and creative environment which encourages excellence, innovation and growth.

The Director of Programs is an enthusiastic, knowledgeable, highly organized, and creative individual who is a senior member of Greenhill’s management team. The DOP plays a vital role in determining and defining the programing culture at Greenhill, participates in strategic planning and budgeting, patron/donor cultivation and fundraising, and provides leadership to the Director of Curatorial Programs and Director of Youth and Adult Education Programs. The DOP interacts with a wide network of people, including Greenhill’s staff and board, artists, site and program sponsors, donors, public officials, institutional partners, and many others. DOP ensures that overall institutional goals are maintained and programs are effectively conceived, implemented and assessed and that the departmental staff is well supported in its efforts to accomplish superior work. The DOP will partner with the Executive and Director of Operations in the development, implementation and management of the organizational annual budget and 12 to 18 month programming plan. In partnership with the Executive Director and Director of Operations, the DOP will be involved in identifying new individual, corporate and community partners.

Click Here for a Complete Job Listing

To apply: Position is open to applicants until filled. Send email to Laura Way, Executive Director ( with the following information:

  1. Cover letter
  2. Current Resume
  3. References

No phone calls will be accepted.

Greenhill (legal name Green Hill Center for NC Art) is an equal opportunity employer with a staff of 15. Greenhill is a non-profit organization conducting its business with an annual operating budget of $500,000 and a 20 member board of directors.

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Cape Fear Regional Theatre – Stage Manager

Cape Fear Regional Theatre (CFRT) seeks a full-time, experienced, non-equity Stage Manager to join its production staff as one of two rotating Stage Manager/Assistant Stage Managers for its 2015-2016 season, which will include 7 mainstage productions (2 in repertory) and 1 special event production. Knowledge of and proficient ability to perform standard stage management duties required; knowledge of AEA rules a plus. Driver’s license required.

Salary based on experience. Contract start date TBD (early August) and ending June 10, 2016.

Please send letter of intent, CV, references, and portfolio (optional) by e-mail to

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Cape Fear Regional Theatre – Director of Education and Outreach

Cape Fear Regional Theatre (CFRT) seeks a full-time, dynamic Director of Education and Outreach to join its administrative and creative staff who will select and administer all educational programming; act as the liaison between CFRT and the region’s school systems to promote and build CFRT’s student matinee series, Artists in Schools lecture series, and internship program; and provide coordinating support for CFRT’s community outreach efforts in order to build and sustain broader community relationships. Bachelor’s degree and passion for the arts required. The right candidate for this position will have 3+ years of professional experience as a theatre educator and a proven track record of successful community engagement.

Job abilities and duties include but are not limited to: Excellent writer and speaker; effective communicator; knowledge of various forms of music and dance (ability to play piano a plus); coach auditions for children and adults; ability to effectively lead groups of students as large as 60; develop curriculum and classes for Fall, Winter, and Spring Studio class sessions; locate and hire qualified teachers to conduct classes for Fall, Winter, and Spring Studio sessions; must teach at least two, hour long, weekly classes for ages 6-18 for the Studio; create a performance troupe to perform at various CFRT events; teach one area of focus (music, dance or acting) and administer the Summer Drama Camp for all sessions; administer and coordinate mainstage Student Matinee performances, including student load-in and load-out, curtain speech, talk-back, and post-production reporting; create standards-based resource guides for area instructors which supplement CFRT Student Matinee Series; schedule and administer any Artist on the Go workshops in coordination with local Arts Council; coordinate events and sustain relationship with other area non-profits; administer and promote fundraising campaigns for education program; and knowledge of grant writing a plus.

Salary based on experience. Start date TBD (August 2015).

Please send letter of intent, CV, references, and portfolio (optional) to:
Frank Moorman, Managing Director
PO Box 53723
Fayetteville, NC 28305

or by e-mail to

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Cape Fear Regional Theatre – Costume Shop Manager

Cape Fear Regional Theatre (CFRT) seeks a full time Costume Shop Manager to join its production staff. Responsibilities will include maintenance of stock, assisting designers in coordination of all production work, fittings, builds and alterations for all season shows. Costume Shop Manager will coordinate with community volunteer stitchers, overseeing and managing budgets and rental resources, assisting costume designer in completing online orders, rental paperwork, etc. Bachelor’s Degree or MFA Preferred, Driver’s License required. Salary based on experience.

Please send letter of intent, resume and references to:

Managing Director
PO Box 53723
Fayetteville, NC 28305


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Cape Fear Regional Theatre – Development Director

Cape Fear Regional Theatre (CFRT) seeks an energetic and experienced Development Director who will plan and implement all fundraising efforts for the organization in conjunction with the Board of Directors, staff and volunteers. The Development Director is responsible for raising CFRT’s annual contributed income totaling at least $550,000 of the $1.25 million overall operating budget. Duties include overseeing and coordinating fundraising events, individual donor campaigns, grant seeking, government funding, research and cultivation of prospective funders, development of Board fundraising efforts, and broadening the base of support for the organization. Reporting to the Managing Director, this position is part of the management team, working in tandem with the Managing Director, the Artistic Director, the Marketing Director, and the Office Manager.

Salary based on experience.

Please send letter of intent, resume and references to:

Managing Director
PO Box 53723
Fayetteville, NC 28305


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North Carolina Symphony – Assistant Vice President of Philanthropy, Principal Gifts

Under the direction of the Vice President of Philanthropy, the Assistant Vice President of Philanthropy, Principal Gifts will identify, cultivate, solicit and steward individual donors of principal gifts to the North Carolina Symphony. Expectations will be to increase donation levels of current donors and research and grow the overall portfolio of principal donors to the organization.

Compensation is competitive and negotiable, commensurate with experience. Benefits package includes health insurance through Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina, long-term disability, life insurance, and an employee assistance program and an optional 403(b) retirement plan and optional dental insurance.

POSITION: Assistant Vice President of Philanthropy, Principal Gifts
DEPARTMENT: Philanthropy
REPORTS TO: Vice President of Philanthropy
REPORTING POSITIONS: Philanthropy Associate
Gift Planning Advisory Council
NCS Foundation Board
AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY: Identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of individual principal gift donors to the North Carolina Symphony

Principal Responsibilities
  • Annual Fund: Manage the identification, solicitation, cultivation and stewardship of principal gift donors ($10,000+) to the Annual Fund, working in collaboration with the President and CEO and VP of Philanthropy to secure these special gifts. Oversee a robust individual sponsorship program, recognizing and stewarding sponsorship donors in conjunction with NCS concerts.
  • Major Gifts Program: In collaboration with the President and CEO and the VP of Philanthropy, identify, cultivate and solicit donors to the “Major Gifts Program”, an ongoing effort to inspire donors to invest at high levels in the North Carolina Symphony’s institutional excellence and operational strength.
  • Planned Giving: Manage and grow the planned giving program for the North Carolina Symphony. Identify candidates for membership in the Lamar Stringfield Society and secure commitments for planned and estate gifts to the North Carolina Symphony. Develop programs to enrich the relationships between the Symphony and Lamar Stringfield Society members. Determine and execute appropriate vehicles for communication, recognition and stewardship.
  • Endowment Giving: Develop a contemporary endowment giving program for the North Carolina Symphony resulting in gifts that add to the principal of this fund. Build appropriate, consistent recognition vehicles for these donors to enhance stewardship and deepen their long-term connection with the Symphony.
  • Commemorative Giving: Identify and solicit prospects for naming opportunities for the North Carolina Symphony.
  • Collaborate closely with the Assistant Vice President of Philanthropy, Annual Fund and Operations to identify prospects for higher giving from the $2,500-$9,999 donor levels and build a pipeline for major and planned gifts.
  • Manage select board committees.
  • Work collaboratively with the President and CEO, the VP of Philanthropy and the AVP of Philanthropy, Annual Fund and Operations to set Annual Fund goals and manage outcomes for success.

The duties listed above are not all inclusive. The person in this position is expected to perform other work-related duties as assigned even though they may not be considered primary duties.

  • Excellent writing and interpersonal skills
  • Excellent research, analytical, planning, and organizational skills
  • Strong meeting facilitation skills
  • Strong experience in staff supervision and cross-department collaboration
  • Ability to work independently and follow instruction
  • Ability to travel and work outside regular office hours
  • Team-oriented, flexible, positive, personable and willing to learn
  • Must be able to support and implement the mission, vision, and values of the North Carolina Symphony; a knowledge of an interest in classical music is a plus
  • Five to eight years progressive experience in fundraising, preferably with a cultural institution
  • Demonstrated success working with high level donors and trustees

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TO APPLY: Send cover letter, resume and salary history to:

Dylan Commeret
Vice President of Philanthropy
3700 Glenwood Avenue, Suite 130
Raleigh, NC 27612

No phone calls please.

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Cabarrus Arts Council – Finance Director

The Cabarrus Arts Council is seeking applications for a full-time Finance Director. The position requires excellent accounting and organizational skills to oversee all financial aspects of a non-profit organization.

Minimum requirements: 3 years general accounting experience, 2 or 4 year degree, proficiency in QuickBooks, Excel, database systems, Word, and strong written and verbal skills. The successful candidate will have high energy and productivity and enjoy working in a fast-paced environment.

Salary: commensurate with experience.

To Apply: Email a resume with at least three professional references. A cover letter should indicate candidate’s reason for applying and specific qualifications. Applications will be evaluated in the order they are received and interviews will be scheduled with the top candidates.


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Chowan Arts Council – Gallery Director

Chowan Arts Council/Edenton, NC 27932 is seeking a Gallery Director. The site is beautiful, fiscally sound and currently run by volunteers.

The position would require 20-25 hours per week. Our fiscal year runs July 1, to June 30. We have a tentative schedule in place but it can be altered. The current Director is willing to share duties as Co-Directors for the first year if the applicant so desires.

We would like to have position filled by June 1, to orient the new Director.

504 S. Broad St.
Edenton, NC 27932

M-F 11-4 / Sat. Sun. 10-2.

Call with questions, directions etc.

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Deep Dish Theater Company – Theater Manager

Deep Dish Theater Company invites applications from highly qualified individuals to serve as the Theater’s next Theater Manager. This position reports directly to the Artistic Director who reports to its Board of Directors. This is a part-time, non-exempt position.
Deep Dish is a small professional theater producing four plays each season, in addition to other events, in its location at University Mall, Chapel Hill, North Carolina. In the fourteen seasons since its inception, the Theater has established a reputation for an innovative repertoire in an intimate and easily accessible setting.

Our successful candidate will be a highly organized individual with fanatical attention to detail who understands and respects the necessary balance between the business needs and artistic needs of the Theater. The Theater Manager is the conduit between Deep Dish and the public. As such excellent written, verbal and customer service skills and a high degree of professionalism are essential. A critical function of the position is the attraction and retention of season subscribers and donors through developing very personal and “high touch” relationships. Our chosen candidate must have demonstrated experience in donor/subscriber development and marketing. Proficiency in Quickbooks Pro for Nonprofits is essential.

Qualified candidates must have a minimum of 1 year non-profit management experience. An undergraduate degree or certification in arts administration is preferred. An equivalent combination of education and experience will be considered. Previous experience in working with a board of directors and volunteers is strongly preferred. Computer and social media competencies are required.

Please submit resume, cover letter and three professional references to Search Committee via email to

Deep Dish Theater is an EOE employer.

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