Arts North Carolina

Job Listings

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.



PlayMakers Repertory Company – Managing Director

PLAYMAKERS REPERTORY COMPANY (, a $2.7 million LORT D theatre located on the campus of UNC-Chapel Hill seeks a dynamic and experienced individual to join Producing Artistic Director Joseph Haj as the administrative leader of PlayMakers. Two performance spaces: 500 seat thrust stage, 280 seat black box. The Managing Director will work within an integrated collaboration between the theatre and university and will report directly to the Producing Artistic Director. Responsibilities will include the creation and management of operating and capital budgets, as well as the management and oversight of development, marketing, and general management.

Qualifications: Master of Fine Arts, Master of Arts, or a Master of Business Administration degree from and accredited institution and a minimum of three years theatre management experience.

Salary Range: $70,000-$85,000 plus full UNC benefit package.

Application deadline is March 15, 2015.

To apply for this position, please visit

  • Direct Reports: Director of Development, General Manager, Director of Marketing and Communications. 12-15 indirect reports, plus 30-35 student staff.
  • Advise Producing Artistic Director on strategy in support of long term vision for PlayMakers
  • With Director of Development and Producing Artistic Director, set strategy for theater’s fundraising operations and oversee the implementation of that strategy
  • With Director of Marketing & Communications, oversee the implementation of marketing strategy and tactics
  • With General Manager, create and manage operating and capital budgets for the company. Set, monitor and implement financial management policies and procedures, both internal to PlayMakers and as set by UNC. Ensure all collectively bargained agreements are implemented according to the rules, policies and procedures.
  • Liaise with UNC offices such as University Counsel, Human Resources, Information Technology, Department of Dramatic Art, College of Arts & Sciences Dean’s Office. Ensure compliance with all UNC policies and procedures.
  • Other duties as described by Producing Artistic Director.
  • Will teach one course per semester in the newly created Minor in Theatre Management in the Department of Dramatic Art at UNC and oversee that portion of the undergraduate curriculum. Will advise and assist the Chair of the Department in the development of a future MFA in Theatre Management.

In addition to degree requirements, candidates must also possess:

  • A minimum of three years theatre management experience
  • Ability to work independently, meet high goals, and interact efficiently in a comprehensive research university
  • Demonstrated project management experience
  • Ability to multi-task in a fast-paced working environment
  • Ability to work effectively and collaboratively with staff members, artists, faculty and volunteers
  • Integrity, authenticity, and enthusiasm
  • Exceptional written and oral communication skills
  • Exceptional interpersonal skills
  • Ability to monitor and meet multiple deadlines
  • Previous teaching experience preferred but not required.

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is an equal opportunity employer that welcomes all to apply, including protected veterans and individuals with disabilities.

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Kinston Community Council for the Arts – Marketing Director

Nonprofit seeks full time Marketing Director. Excellent workplace conditions. Responsibilities include electronic, print, TV/radio broadcast marketing, public speaking and membership development. Competitive salary and benefits.

Contact Kinston Community Council for the Arts, 252-527-2517 or

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American Dance Festival – Seasonal Positions and Summer Internships

Location: Durham, NC


Seasonal Administrative Positions

Application Deadline: February 2, 2015 (postmark)

ADF is offering the following seasonal administrative opportunities for Summer 2015: Festival Services Coordinator, Receptionist, Student Coordinator, School Operations Coordinator, School Technical Assistant, Schedule & Faculty Coordinator, and Audience Services Assistant.

For job descriptions and application instructions, please go to:


Seasonal Production Positions

Application Deadline: February 2, 2015 (postmark)

Available positions for 35-plus performance schedule: Production Stage Manager, Technical Director, Master Carpenter, Master Electrician, Sound Technician, and Costume Designer. Previous dance experience preferred.

Dates of employment are June through July 2015.

To apply, please send a cover letter, resume, and the names and phone numbers of three references to For more information, please go to:


Summer Internships

Application Deadline: February 2, 2015 (postmark)

Each summer, ADF offers internships in all areas of arts administration and production. Administrative internships provide hands-on experience for those interested in arts management. Production interns work on the crew for the 40-plus performances of the ADF season featured at Duke University’s Reynolds Industries Theater and the Durham Performing Arts Center in downtown Durham. All interns work in an invigorating arts environment, as an integral part of the ADF staff. Each intern plays an important role in carrying out the ADF’s mission to serve dance, dancers, choreographers, and artists in related fields.

For more information, including full internship descriptions, please go to:

To apply, submit a completed application form, cover letter, resume, and two letters of recommendation. Please contact Jenny Fornoff, Intern Coordinator, at or 919-684-6402.

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Town of Leland – Arts Administrative Specialist



Under the supervision of the Cultural Arts Manager, an Arts Administrative Specialist performs a variety of general administrative duties as needed to organize and coordinate the day-to-day operations and services of the Leland Cultural Arts Center.

Essential Job Functions:
  • Oversees the LCAC main office and provides outstanding customer service to LCAC patrons, instructors and staff by responding and assisting in a timely and professional manner
  • Fields phone, e-mail, and walk-in inquiries about the LCAC facility, programming and events. Files office documents and paperwork
  • Registers students for classes/workshops/programs. Provides tours of facility. Assists instructors with class lists, timesheets, supplies, etc.
  • Works with the LCAC manager to develop and coordinate gallery program, special events, facility rentals, volunteer program, etc.
  • Sets up and breaks down rooms, activities and programs as needed
  • Ensures cleanliness of the facility and safety of customers at all times by performing basic cleanup services
  • Follows and enforces the rules and guidelines of the facility
  • Supervises the facility in the absence of full-time staff
  • Assists with LCAC events as needed and attends trainings and meetings as required
  • Serves as an LCAC representative in the community, promoting and encouraging use of the facility.
  • High School graduation with four (4) or more years of work experience. Interest in arts/arts administration or an equivalent combination of education and experience to perform essential job functions. Prefer candidates with degrees from accredited two-year or four-year colleges or universities with major course work in non-profit, fine arts, arts education, art history, arts administration, education or business.
  • Valid NC Driver’s License
  • Ability to work a flexible schedule including day, night and weekend work.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Publisher, PowerPoint and Excel. Ability to learn and use social media and computer software for registration, point-of-sale, facility booking and membership quickly and proficiently
  • Ability to lift 25 lbs
Other Skills/Abilities:
  • Possess a strong interest/background in the arts. Additional experience in one or more of the following areas is a plus: Gallery hanging and show coordination, facility rentals, special event coordination/planning, volunteer coordination and training.

For more detailed information and to apply for the position please go to

The Town of Leland is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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Town of Leland – Pottery Studio Coordinator



Under the supervision of the Cultural Arts Manager, the Pottery Studio Coordinator provides managerial, administrative and instructional support for smooth day-to-day functioning of the pottery studio at the Leland Cultural Arts Center. The Coordinator ensures an efficient and effective studio by sourcing and making quality materials for students and instructors to use, establishing vibrant educational opportunities and effectively communicating with staff and students.

Essential Job Functions:
  • Plans and manages supply and equipment needs for the Pottery Studio. Creates orders for materials and supplies on an as-needed basis for submission to the LCAC manager
  • Manages flow of clay through the studio in an organized and efficient manner for use by students and for sale to students and staff
  • Works with instructors to ensure the appropriate rate and timing of production, quantity, size and shape and firing schedule of student work
  • Creates and manages kiln firing schedule. Oversees all kiln firing, including loading and unloading, and kiln maintenance (scheduled and as needed)
  • Keeps equipment and facility running smoothly by conducting minor repairs to kiln elements, shelf glazing etc. or recommending necessary maintenance including but not limited to electric wheels and kilns, central vacuum, plumbing and ventilation systems.
  • Oversees cleaning and clay trap schedule, set-ups and organization of Pottery Studio.
  • Ability to follow, teach and enforce studio polices/procedures
  • Ability to learn, use and teach proper safety/hazard protocol in the clay studio
  • Ensures organization and cleanliness of the studio and safety of customers at all times by performing basic cleanup services
  • Develops recipes, mixes and maintains all glazes for the studio
  • Fields phone, e-mail, and walk-in inquiries about Pottery Studio programming
  • Files Pottery Studio office documents and paperwork
  • Works with the LCAC manager to develop classes/workshops and teaching schedule and assists in instructor and visiting artist recruitment
  • Assists with LCAC events as needed and attends trainings and meetings as required
  • Serves as an LCAC representative in the community, promoting and encouraging use of the facility
  • B.F.A in Ceramics or comparable training. Minimum 4-5 years work experience in the field of ceramics, teaching adults and children is a plus. Studio supervisory and management experience preferred. Strong overall knowledge of ceramic arts, the history of ceramics, as well as pottery making techniques. Experience firing, loading and unloading an electric kiln, using the potter’s wheel, knowledge of glazes and glaze mixing, and all other commonly used supplies/equipment found in a pottery studio is required.
  • Ability to work a flexible schedule including day, night and weekend work.
  • Valid NC Driver’s License
  • Ability to lift 50 lbs
Other Skills/Abilities:
  • Knowledge and the ability to successfully implement the principles and practices of maintaining a high-quality pottery studio.

For more detailed information and to apply for the position please go to

The Town of Leland is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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North Carolina Symphony – Vice President for Philanthropy

The vice president for philanthropy is the Symphony’s key development staff person and principal fundraiser, leading department-wide goal setting and achievement, organizational assessment, continuous improvement processes and talent management, all to achieve comprehensive fundraising goals. The VP is a member of the senior leadership team and works closely with the CEO to implement the Symphony’s annual and longer term fundraising plans. The VP’s primary fundraising responsibilities are to (1) nurture and advance relationships with and comprehensive investments in the Symphony from top donors, and (2) provide oversight to annual fundraising efforts by supervising department directors. The VP works closely with the CEO in key donor development, and assists the CEO in overseeing governance and trustee recruitment.

  • Develop, lead, evaluate and mentor a high-quality development staff that is prepared to broaden and diversify the North Carolina Symphony’s philanthropic revenue through the achievement of clearly defined, measureable goals.
  • Serve as principal major gifts fundraiser, achieving short- and long-term financial goals.
  • Supervise Philanthropy staff.
  • Act as key development staff liaison to the President & CEO, Board Chair and Development Committee Chairs
  • Assess the Philanthropy team’s achievement of goals and make recommendations on organizational and performance improvements.
  • In partnership with the CEO, actively prospect and recruit trustees for service on Symphony boards and committees. Assist CEO with board governance.
  • Work with CEO and fellow VPs on big picture vision, strategy, and goal setting.
  • Support CEO in Symphony related projects, presentations, and priorities including representing CEO at internal and external meetings.
  • Work with the Senior VP for Finance and Administration & CFO to establish and maintain all human resources/talent management related activities within the department, including recruiting, on boarding, performance management, annual review processes, etc.
  • Oversee the Philanthropy team’s compliance in all respects with Symphony policies and procedures; ensure systems and procedures are in place for donor cultivation and recognition, recording and acknowledgement of gifts, research and prospect management, and compliance with all grant and sponsorship requirements.
  • Maintain a leadership style that is open and fluid and empowers staff through active communication and delegation.
  • Significant experience in designing, implementing, managing and evaluating both annual and major gifts campaigns for a not-for-profit, including knowledge of corporate and foundation giving and experience with financial/tax planning for individuals.
  • Tangible experience of having expanded and cultivated donor relationships over time.
  • A track record of success in achieving or exceeding annual (including major and legacy gifts) fundraising goals of at least $5 million.
  • Experience working with an arts or cultural institution is preferred. Love of orchestral music in a live performance setting is essential.
  • Strong leadership skills, exceptional judgment, superb communication skills, and the ability to work collaboratively with many constituencies, with a goal of building long-term relationships.
  • A deep commitment to the arts, a keen understanding of the North Carolina Symphony’s mission and goals, and the ability to articulate its uniqueness and relevance.
  • Ability to respond quickly to changing business needs and priorities; ability to balance strategic thinking with tactical implementation.
  • Robust quantitative and analytical skills, including the ability to understand complex financial records.
  • Managerial experience and skills to establish a team- and goal-oriented environment, providing vision and encouraging innovation and the ability to empower staff to goal achievement through active communication and delegation, building confidence, promoting diversity of thought, and celebrating achievements while under stringent deadline requirements.
  • The ability to think strategically and act decisively and have a strong work ethic.
  • Ability to work evenings and weekends and occasional travel.
  • Bachelor’s degree required.

Click Here to view this listing on the NC Symphony website

To apply, please email cover letter and resume to:

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Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center – Museum Intern

1 year, 20 hours per week, $10/hour

Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center (BMCM+AC) seeks a part-time Museum Intern to provide staff support in our downtown Asheville gallery spaces in conjunction with our grant-funded expansion project.

Black Mountain College’s pedagogical influence casts a long shadow because of its educators’ focus on collaboration between disciplines, work within and for the community as a learning experience, and design and the arts as instrumental in a liberal arts education. Interns who complete this program should come away with an understanding of the day-to-day functions of a nonprofit museum, a familiarity with the history and legacy of Black Mountain College, and a deeper understanding of the communities and movements that influenced and were influenced by the College, including but not limited to the Bauhaus, Abstract Expressionism, and the Black Mountain School of Poets.

The ideal candidate will possess strong organizational, technical, multitasking, and communication skills, a collaborative spirit, an interest in pursuing a career in museums or nonprofits, and a deep curiosity about the history and legacy of Black Mountain College.

Job duties include:
  • Staff support in both our 56 Broadway and 67 Broadway spaces, including general administrative tasks, interfacing with visitors and tracking visitor numbers, website maintenance, social media marketing, handling phone traffic, and special events support.
  • Assistance with exhibition installation and de-installation.
  • Special projects which may include community engagement activities, digital content creation, collection cataloging and digitization, graphic design, exhibition research and documentation, and other tasks related to our physical expansion.

BMCM+AC’s new Museum Internship Program will emulate BMC’s experiential approach to learning by focusing each internship around a selected multimedia or visitor engagement project, utilizing either BMCM+AC’s oral history archives or the larger collection. While interns will be allowed a choice of project and creative leeway in the design or curation of their projects, they will receive close guidance in project management, outreach methodology, use of new media, and design strategies.

Degree completed or in-progress in Art, Art History, History, English, Philosophy, Communications, Graphic Design, Computer Science, Museum Studies, Library and Information Sciences, or a related field required. Ideal candidates will be reliable and prompt, and will possess proficiency in Microsoft Office, Adobe Creative Suite, A/V editing, and social media platforms. Applicants must be able to lift/push/pull 25lbs or more, climb ladders, and operate basic tools and installation equipment. Interns will have regularly scheduled hours, but flexibility is appreciated, and weekend and evening availability are required.

Click Here to view this Job Description Online


To Apply:

Please send a cover letter, resume including references, and short written responses to questions 1 and 2 below to Erin Dickey at Applicants are encouraged to include an optional 1-2 minute video response to question 3. Videos with a file size no larger than 25 MB can be sent as an email attachment. File sizes exceeding 25 MB should be sent using GoogleDrive or, or dropped off on a flashdrive or CD at BMCM+AC.

Short written response:

1. Why do you want to work at Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center?

2. How will an internship at BMCM+AC help you achieve your career goals?

Optional 1-2 minute video response:

3. What is one way you envision improving visitor understanding and/or engagement at BMCM+AC?

BMCM+AC is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. We do not discriminate against any individual or group of individuals on the basis of age, color, disability, gender, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation or veteran status. BMCM+AC encourages applications from traditionally under-represented minority populations. Submitting an application does not constitute a promise or guarantee of employment.

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Iredell Museums – Executive Director

Full Time Exempt Salaried Employee
Reports to:
Board of Directors


The Executive Director is responsible for implementing the policies established by the Board of Directors, for the management and operation of the Museums including supervising/managing staff and volunteers, fundraising, friend raising, grant writing, programming, care of collections, organizing museum exhibits, and marketing.

Specific Duties include:
  • Hiring, training, supervising, scheduling, and completing performance appraisals of staff; regularly holding staff meetings
  • Recruiting, training, scheduling, and supervising volunteers
  • Providing leadership in fundraising including recruiting corporate and individual donors and planning fundraising events
  • Researching, applying for, and administering grants
  • Researching and planning educational programs
  • Oversees keeping accurate membership records, publishing a newsletter to members, hosting a “members only” event, and notifying members of meeting times, dates and places, arranging hospitality when needed
  • Supervising the care and management of museum collections by recommending new acquisitions, maintaining an inventory of collections, supervising conservation efforts, providing adequate storage and maintenance, and determining the significance of collections
  • Planning and overseeing exhibit installation
  • Marketing the museums to the schools, businesses, and individuals in the community with a variety of methods including social media
  • Overseeing the day to day upkeep of museum facilities and grounds; responsible for hiring subcontractors to provide approved labor and/or services.
  • Administering budget, keeping the Treasurer and board abreast of financial issues, preparing budget recommendations for approval by the Board of Directors.
  • Communicating clearly and regularly with members, donors, volunteers, and monthly to the Board of Directors
  • Working closely with and supporting the work of the Board President, Executive Committee, event committees
  • Making decisions and setting priorities to meet goals and objectives as directed by the Board of Directors and the five year strategic plan


Traits and Characteristics:
  • Dynamic, innovative and visionary leader who enthusiastically promotes the Museum as an outstanding resource for all ages
  • Persuasive communicator who inspires confidence and galvanizes support from constituents
  • Strategic thinker who can effectively lead organizational change and growth
  • Strong relationship builder who engages community leaders and members, motivates staff and volunteers, and form strategic partnerships
  • Person of integrity who cultivates excellence within the organization
  • Flexible and effective problem-solver


  • Minimum 2-3 years demonstrated achievement as an Executive Director, Manager, or equivalent for a non-profit arts, cultural, or educational organization. Experience in museums highly preferred
  • Passionate about discovery based learning; experience with children and family programming helpful.
  • Prior oversight of program/exhibit development and delivery; fundraising, marketing activities; and financial management, with achievements in audience, membership, visitor and funder growth; and financial sustainability
  • Proven track record meeting/exceeding fundraising goals and increasing contributed and earned revenue; success in developing new revenue streams
  • Thorough understanding of non-profit financial management
  • Superior written and verbal communications skills; ability to serve as a strong and effective representative for the organization
  • Strong interpersonal skills; proven success working effectively with Boards of Directors, business, community, and political leaders, and partner organizations
  • Experience in leading organizational growth and change. Experience building a new facility or expanding an existing one and working with architects and exhibit designers helpful
  • Experience with Quickbooks and/or Past Perfect helpful
  • Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree preferred; concentration in museum studies or other relevant disciplines desirable

Compensation: Salary commensurate with experience.

Application Process: Email cover letter and résumé to with the subject line “Executive Director” followed by your name. Please attach your cover letter and resume in .pdf or .doc format.

Search Committee will begin reviewing resumes on December 1 but will continue reviewing applications until a suitable candidate is hired

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Thomas S. Kenan Institute for the Arts – Grants and Project Manager


Position Description

The Grants and Project Manager of the Thomas S. Kenan Institute for the Arts (TSKIA) reports to the Executive Director and is responsible for managing and implementing the Institute’s grants strategy to augment annual programs, strategic initiatives, and partnerships. Major responsibilities include identifying and securing new institutional funding streams for Institute projects, as well as managing and stewarding a portfolio of grants and donors. In addition, this position is responsible for managing the implementation of TSKIA projects as assigned, working closely with senior leadership and project directors.

Grants Management

  • Research, identify and track foundation and major individual donors in coordination with the UNCSA Office of Advancement
  • Write and submit compelling and timely letters of inquiry and grant proposals to foundations, and individual entities, working with the TSKIA and UNCSA staffs as needed to develop project descriptions, timelines, evaluations plans, and budgets
  • Create effective grants management system to include database management and required documentation
  • Track and monitor the use of funds by UNCSA and outside partners to ensure compliance with donor guidelines, including state and federal regulations
  • Write and prepare interim and final reports, close-out narrative and financial reports to foundation and individual donors
  • Accompany TSKIA and UNCSA leadership to foundation and donor meetings as needed

Project Management

  • Under Executive Director supervision, works closely with the Associate Director in the implementation of projects through regular communication and reporting
  • Observe, trouble-shoot and problem-solve as needed to ensure smooth operation with the various projects and programs
  • Provide direction to assigned projects/project directors to create professional and effective programming in development (proposal and budget development), implementation (logistics, contracts and marketing), and follow-up (reporting, evaluation, transition to self-sufficiency)
  • Prepare reports on project activities as required through effective assessment
  • Communicate the work of the Institute effectively through social media, website and blogs


Position Requirements

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Speak, read, write and edit complex English prose
  • Use standard Microsoft Office software programs and work comfortably via the internet and web applications
  • Strong organizational, communication, interpersonal, analytic, and time management skills
  • Ability to respect and maintain confidentiality
  • Positive attitude and excellent communication skills, both oral and written
  • Apply accounting practices of the University of North Carolina School of the Arts, donor guidelines, and federal and state regulations to the financial issues of the TSKIA
  • Knowledge of visual and performing arts and arts organizations

Educational Background:

  • Minimum: Bachelor’s degree in an appropriate major
  • Optimum: Master’s degree in an appropriate field (business, non-profit management or arts administration) or equivalent combination of training and experience in non-profit arts management

Work Experience:

  • Minimum: Five (5) years’ experience in grant management and administrative positions of increasing responsibility, preferably in arts administration or non-profit organization or university setting
  • Grant writing and prospect research experience strongly preferred
  • Knowledge of the foundation and philanthropy landscape is an advantage
  • Optimum: Eight (8+) or more years’ of successful professional experience in grant writing, budget and project management

For more information or 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 celebrates 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 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 main-stage 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 offsite 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 is scenic and lighting design, technical direction, sound design, MIG welding, CADD drafting and scene painting.

Must be available to start by January 1, 2015.


Application Process:

Candidates should send a letter of application addressing the applicant’s strengths relative to the responsibilities and qualifications cited above, a current curriculum vitae, and a one-page statement of their philosophy towards design and execution, the applicant’s digital portfolio or website link, and the names, addresses, and phone numbers of five individuals who are familiar with the candidate’s record as designer/technical director.

To guarantee full consideration, all application materials requested above must be submitted. Only electronic
applications will be accepted and should be emailed to

Please refrain from phone calls and walk-ins to inquire about the position. All questions should be directed to the email above.

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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Raleigh Little Theatre – Technical Director

Raleigh Little Theatre seeks a Technical Director/Designer. This is a full time position with competitive benefits.

Reporting to the Production Manager, the Technical Director’s primary scope of responsibility is to implement the scenic and creative vision for each season. The Technical Director is responsible for the planning, execution and completion of all technical elements for our productions and assists in the recruitment, training, and management of all technical volunteers. Additionally this position will design 3 – 5 shows over the course of each season.

Successful applicants will be able to prove progressive responsibility for managing projects, managing crews and working against tight timelines. 2-3 years of experience in either Scenic or Lighting Design is required, Sound and Video experience a plus, BFA or MFA preferred. Proficiency with AutoCAD and/or Vectorworks desired.

To be considered, please submit professional resume and three professional theatre references to

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Mint Museum – Manager & Buyer for Retail Operations

The Mint Museum is looking for an experienced professional with initiative and an entrepreneurial spirit to oversee all aspects of the museum shops. Must be passionate about the Museum’s mission. Must create an environment that activates the customer’s desire to buy and increase customer loyalty. Fully accountable for the success of the store, driving sales and profitability while directing all aspects of store operations. Demonstrated ability to deliver world class service. Supervises approximately 15 part-time staff and volunteers.

  • Responsible for all financial and administrative aspects of the shops – budget , reporting, invoicing
  • Responsible for all aspects of merchandise – purchases and maintains a diverse and carefully selected inventory retailed to the museum’s collection and special exhibitions – buying, receiving, inventory level, merchandising displays and development of product development
  • Responsible for the staffing of the shops and ensures the shops run smoothly through continuous training and supervision
  • Promotes the shops through marketing, promotion and special events
  • Oversees all sales both internal and external
  • Attends related staff meeting and projects, MSA meetings and appropriate wholesale trade shows
  • Follows completely all shops’ policies and procedures
  • Continues knowledge of art history in general, as it relates to the museums’ collection and special exhibitions.
  • Other duties as assigned.



EDUCATION: Undergraduate degree required

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: 5+ years in museum retail or for-profit retail and management

Please visit for further information about the job under the About Us section. And you can send a cover letter and resume to Ms. Shawn Huntley, HR Manager,

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Weatherspoon Art Museum (UNC Greensboro) – Art Museum Registrar



The Chief Registrar is responsible for all aspects of the care and management of works of art owned by or on loan to the Weatherspoon Art Museum, as detailee below. The Registrar supervises an Associate Registrar and two art preparators/installers, graduate assistants, volunteers, interns, and work-study students within the department. The Registrar develops the annual departmental budget and reports to the Director.


  1. Creates and manages orderly records, files and retrieval systems for the Weatherspoon Art Museum’s collections and temporary exhibitions that provide information on the history, provenance, status, condition, location, and insurance of each object.
  2. Oversees MIMSY XG, the Weatherspoon’s electronic collections management database system and all of its applications. Works with University IT and software supplier to maximize effective use of the system. Oversees photographic documentation of works in the collection and of exhibitions.
  3. Creates, organizes and maintains contractual forms, legal documents, copyright and reproduction matters, and customs procedures.
  4. Supervises art handling, preparation, installation, packing, and shipping associated with the collections and temporary exhibitions. Handles inventory audits and insurance claims. Helps idenitfy works requiring conservation treatment.
  5. Plans and oversees safe and proper storage of works of art in the collections and on loan in consultation with curatorial staff and conservation consultants.
  6. Oversees accessioning of gifts and purchases of all works of art into the permanent collection and ensures that all appropriate acknowledgments and deeds of gifts are executed; also oversees the deaccessioning process.
  7. Works with Associate Registrar and Chief of Security to maintain, evaluate, and update disaster preparedness plan; heads Disaster Preparedness Team.
  8. Assists faculty, students, and individuals engaged in research pertaining to the Weatherspoon’s collections and in providing access to the collection.


  • Master’s degree in Museum Studies, Art History or Library Science strongly preferred, ideally with focus or concentration in registerial work. Bachelor’s degree with minimum of 5 years experiencee and demonstration of a thorough grasp of registration pracitices and principles may be acceptable.
  • Knowledge of current and accepted museum registration techniques and practices; preferred experience using MIMSY XG.
  • Strong organizational, interpersonal, and computer skills; ability to meet deadlines; prior supervisory experience.

To Apply: Submit application to UNCG Jobsearch at: – Position 4511.
Applications accepted until position is filled.

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Cape Fear Regional Theatre – Marketing Director

Cape Fear Regional Theatre (CFRT) seeks a full or part time Marketing Director. The Marketing Director is responsible for the design and implementation of a marketing plan for a theater season consisting of 6 Season shows and 4 Special Events.

Responsibilities include web-based marketing and sales promotions; development of new community partnerships; design and production of playbills and all marketing materials; and media relations. We are looking for marketing experience within theatre, the arts, or similar non-profit agencies. Strong computer skills a requirement, Adobe InDesign and Photoshop experience a plus.

Please send letter of intent, resume and references to:

Managing Director
PO Box 53723
Fayetteville, NC 28305


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