Community Art/Cultural Organization

Development Associate

Job Listing
Posted February 3, 2023

POSITION:  Development Associate

DEPARTMENT:  Development

CLASSIFICATION:  Full-time; Annual; Exempt

REPORTS TO:  Manager of Individual Giving and Special Events

PAY:  Minimum starting salary $40,000

Administrative Assistant

Job Listing
Posted February 2, 2023

The German Society of Pennsylvania has an opening for a part-time Administrative Assistant to work 24 hours per week on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Fridays. The Administrative Assistant will also be required to work occasional weekend days (about 7-10 days per year, scheduled and communicated well in advance).

Summer Camp Teaching Artist

Job Listing
Posted January 31, 2023

Job description

Board Members Needed

Job Listing
Posted January 31, 2023

New Board Members Needed

Do you have an interest in assisting the Jazz & Blues Community to not only subsist but to thrive?
Do you have a desire to support Jazz & Blues artists in times of need or crisis?

Jazz Bridge Project is seeking highly qualified individuals to join our volunteer Board of Directors. Board members are responsible for providing strategic guidance and oversight as we continue to grow.

Box Office Supervisor

Job Listing
Posted January 30, 2023


The Box Office Supervisor is a part-time position (approximately 15-30 hours per week) and is responsible for providing excellent customer service and fostering a professional atmosphere within the Box Office. The position will be required to manage the box office during show times on a rotational basis.


· Serve as Box Office manager on duty during performances on an as needed, rotational basis.

· Accurately process ticketing transactions on the telephone, or via written communications using Tessitura software.

Project Director for "Advancing Equity Through Public Safety"

Job Listing
Posted January 30, 2023

The Village of Arts and Humanities is seeking a highly motivated and talented candidate to serve as Project Director for “Advancing Equity Through Public Safety,” an initiative to address the harms of policing and cultivate community safety outside the criminal legal system.

The Project Director will build upon the groundwork laid by Village leadership, staff, and the Project Steering Committee during 2020- present to engage community residents in building or adopting alternatives to policing that reduce violent crime in Fairhill-Hartranft.

The Project Director will enter this project as the Steering Committee (comprising community leaders, stakeholders, and other experts) finalizes a plan to invest at least ~$750k in these community-oriented strategies and tactics to improve safety and reduce violent activity.

Advancing Equity through Public Safety seeks to impact four objectives: (1) Build community power to inform, design, and drive positive change; (2) Invest in innovative and evidence-based alternatives to law enforcement that reduce violent crime; (3) Reduce social and economic drivers of crime through increasing economic opportunities and providing effective youth development and post-incarceration reentry programs; (4) Foster a physical environment that discourages violent activity and promotes community cohesion and trust and spurs equitable neighborhood revitalization.

This position affords the selected candidate tremendous opportunity to advance in both administrative and programmatic non-profit work by positioning them to work directly with Village Leadership, Board Members, community members, and institutional partners on a high-profile project with tangible results.

This Project Director position requires a flexible and professional individual who is resourceful and can work independently to complete assigned tasks and projects. We’re looking for a fast learner who is excited about being part of a dynamic team of designers, activists, organizers, educators, and community developers. This individual will gain invaluable experience in the connected fields of community organizing, art and equitable community development, and social justice while serving the Fairhill-Hartranft neighborhood of Philadelphia.

Communications Intern

Job Listing
Posted January 27, 2023

Art-Reach is looking for a communications intern to help implement Art-Reach's new multimedia production and outreach strategy. Under the management of the Director of Communications the communications intern will manage Art-Reach's social media accounts, outgoing newsletters, as well as produce creative digital content promoting Art-Reach's many programs. During this internship, the communications intern will learn best accessible practices for digital content, manage day to day Art-Reach communications, and document Art-Reach's impact.  

Visitor Services Representative

Job Listing
Posted January 27, 2023

The Visitor Services Representative provides support for all aspects of the visitor experience. The position will also provide support when needed in our special events and operations departments. The Visitor Services Representative works collaboratively with the Manager of Visitor and Member Services and Visitor Services team to achieve its strategic, operating, and revenue objectives.

Reports to:

Manager of Visitor and Member Services


House Manager

Job Listing
Posted January 27, 2023

Penn Live Arts (PLA) at the University of Pennsylvania is seeking an enthusiastic customer service oriented part-time House Manager to join PLA’s Guest Services team. House Managers perform a wide variety of duties to help ensure that our Audiences, Patrons, Artists and Clients enjoy a safe, relaxed and pleasant experience during all events. House Managers are responsible for the overall guest services operations on a per-event basis.

Percent for Art Project Manager

Job Listing
Posted January 24, 2023

OACCE seeks a full time Percent for Art Project Manager who will be assigned to manage specific Percent for Art projects. This position will support an increase in the City’s public art projects due to Philadelphia’s Rebuild program, a historic capital investment in the city’s community facilities which has triggered Percent for Art requirements. Under supervision, the Percent for Art Project Manager will be responsible for managing aspects of the day-to-day tasks that will lead to successful, permanent, site-specific public art installations at these City-owned sites. The Percent for Art Project Manager will report to the Public Art Director and will work closely with both the Public Art Director and Assistant Public Art Director to successfully complete tasks. The job includes coordinating artists submissions, managing meetings and communications with artists and Percent for Art Committees, preparing materials for community engagement and speaking at events with the public.