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Looking to work in a creative environment that gives back to its community and transforms lives? Looking for the perfect candidate to join your team? You're in the right place. Connect the passion in your life with your career.

The Job Bank is our region's resource of job opportunities in the arts and culture industry. You'll find creative and administrative jobs at all professional levels that will help you grow your career. You’ll find opportunities at museums, theaters, historic sites, art galleries, dance organizations, community centers and much, much more.

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Director of Institutional Advancement

The Delaware Historical Society
Administrative
Development
Marketing & PR

Director of Institutional Advancement

REQUISITION #:       AC-210528

WAGE/SALARY:       Low $70’s; commensurate with experience

POSITION STATUS: Fulltime with Benefits

POSTING PERIOD:  July 22, 2021 - August 22, 2021

The Delaware Historical Society (DHS), is currently seeking an energetic and experienced senior development professional to become an integral part of the DHS leadership team. The Director of Institutional Advancement will be responsible for all fundraising activities of the organization; manage donor relationships to increase broad-based philanthropic support; and conceptualize the planning and implementation strategies to support ongoing operational, program and capital needs. In partnership with the Executive Director, the successful candidate will act as primary catalyst and advocate in advancing support for DHS among business and philanthropic leaders within and beyond the members of the Board of Trustees and the borders of the state.  They will also work collaboratively with the Board development committee, senior staff and others to identify and cultivate new sources of contributed income in areas including major individual gifts, corporate and foundation support, public partnerships and planned giving.  The ideal candidate will demonstrate past success in achieving fundraising goals and the capacity to effectively communicate the mission of the Delaware Historical Society and its relevance today and for the future.

Director of Center for African American Heritage

The Delaware Historical Society
Curatorial
Education
Program Delivery

DIRECTOR

Jane and Littleton Mitchell

Center for African American Heritage

REQUISITION #:       MC210706

WAGE/SALARY:       Low- to mid- $50’s; commensurate with experience

POSITION STATUS: Fulltime with Benefits

POSTING PERIOD:  July 22, 2021 - August 22, 2021

The successful candidate must demonstrate a passion for public history, African American history and culture, and knowledge of the value and relevance of history in today’s society.  Maturity and integrity are essential characteristics of the successful candidate.  The position requires the ability to engage broad sectors of the public with information, context, and relevance of African American history critical.  Knowledge of Delaware history and the uniqueness of the African American experience in Delaware history and that of the Mid-Atlantic region is a plus.  This position reports to the Delaware Historical Society Executive Director and the Mitchell Center Advisory Council.

July 29, 2021

Summer Art Camp Instructors

Abington Art Center
Teaching Artist

The Abington Art Center seeks enthusiastic educators to teach a variety of art curricula in our Summer Camp Program in August.  The program has one- and two-week long classes in morning and afternoon sessions for students in the 4-6, 7-9, and 9-12 age groups.  Art generalists are encouraged to apply. Please see the Summer Camp page on our website for more program information: https://abingtonartcenter.org/summer-camps/

Education Level: 

Minimum 4-year degree in Art Education or Art. Experience teaching elementary and/or middle school-aged students.

Payrate: $25/hr for 3.5 hours a day (Monday – Friday)

To Apply:

Please send resume and references along with 2-3 examples of student work from previous classes you have taught to joshell@abingtonartcenter.org

 

Ceramics Technician

Abington Art Center
Administrative
Other

Abington Art Center is seeking a Ceramics Technician to work 2-3 days a week totaling 15 hours. Work days will be arranged with the Studio School Director and will include a minimum of two weekend days/month, depending on the amount of work needed to be fired. This is especially needed at the end of each term and during Summer camps. 

Duties and Responsibilities: 

The ceramic position is a physically demanding job, including regular lifting of 50-75 lbs. The Studio Technician will assist with all operational aspects of the ceramics studio, including: 

· studio maintenance: cleaning and upkeep

· ordering ceramic materials and calling kiln technician

· kiln loading and unloading 

· glaze mixing/maintenance

· kiln maintenance: changing kiln elements and thermocouples

· following and enforcing all ceramics studio guidelines 

Experience and Qualifications:

The Studio Technician must be responsible, self-motivated, organized, able to interact with people easily, and able to commit to the agreed schedule. 

Background in ceramics is required, with a minimum of 2-3 years in the field at either the college level or practical experience working in a studio environment. Preference will be given to candidates with strong ceramics technical skills, familiarity with kiln loading and unloading, as well as knowledge of glaze mixing and materials, firing processes, clay bodies, and ceramic studio maintenance and practices. 

Production Assistant

Ghostly Circus of CultureTrust Greater Philadelphia
Administrative
Artistic
Development
Marketing & PR
Other
Production & Design

7textures and the Ghostly Circus are hiring for a part-time production assistant with a ~6 month contract to support upcoming seasonal projects. 7textures is an artist agency that provides a variety of entertainment and design services for clients, the Ghostly Circus of CultureTrust Greater Philadelphia is site-specific fire and aerial theater that has recently grown into its own non-profit project. This role is to support the producers and creative directors to help maintain schedule flows and project details, and help coordinate a cast of artists.

 

Actor 2

Museum of the American Revolution
Artistic

Older Forten: The Museum of the American Revolution is seeking an actor from the Philadelphia region to portray the prominent African American Revolutionary figure, James Forten, for a theatrical play that will debut in October of 2021. Auditions will occur in August and rehearsals in September. The play will be on multiple platforms, including live, virtual, and filmed performances hosted on the Museum website. The actor would be portraying Forten as a 72-year-old after he and other men of African descent have been disenfranchised from voting in Pennsylvania.

Actor

Museum of the American Revolution
Artistic

The Museum of the American Revolution is seeking an actor from the Philadelphia region to portray the prominent African American Revolutionary figure, James Forten, for a theatrical play that will debut in October of 2021. Auditions will occur in August and rehearsals in September. The play will be on multiple platforms, including live, virtual, and filmed performances hosted on the Museum website. The actor would be portraying Forten as an 18-year-old after serving two tours as a privateer in the Revolutionary War.

Rental Manager

Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania
Administrative
Customer Service
Operations & Finance
Other

The Rental Manager oversees all aspects of the Arboretum’s extensive Rental Program (overly 100 events annually). The Manager is responsible for meeting revenue goals, supervising rental staff and third-party vendors, ensuring exceptional customer service, and managing rental operations and bookings. The Rental Manage acts as the main point of contact for all booked clients and rental activities, ensuring smooth events and happy clients.

Proofreader

Broad Street Review
Other

Broad Street Review is seeking a remote, part-time proofreader.

July 28, 2021

Box Office Manager

BPG Live LLC dba The Queen Theater
Administrative
Customer Service
Operations & Finance
Senior Management

The historic Queen Theater in downtown Wilmington, DE is looking to hire a full time salaried Box Office Manager. The Queen is the premiere music venue in DE- hosting promoted shows, private events, and rentals on a regular basis. The theater is comprised of several rooms: Main Hall (1000 capacity), Crown Room (250 capacity), Knights bar (50 capacity), and Olympia Room (250 capacity). 

Duties & Responsibilities

Installation Technician

Zoological Society of Philadelphia
Other

Under the supervision of the Manager Seasonal Programs, this position installs lighting and audio effects and scenic elements for the Zoo’s Seasonal Programs. Working outside in all weather conditions, this position will be a part of delivering the amazing experiences the Philadelphia Zoo is known for.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

· Install lighting and audio effects

· Install scenic elements

· May be asked to install/execute based on an artistic rendering

· Will work in summer, fall and winter conditions

Web/Graphic Designer - Charles Library

Temple University Libraries
Artistic
Education
Marketing & PR
Production & Design

Reporting to the Assistant Director, Outreach and Communications, the Web/Graphic designer oversees and implements design projects for units in Temple University Libraries and University Press. The Web/Graphic Designer is responsible for design projects related to library promotional materials, the website, and digital and print publications such as newsletters, annual reports, and mailings; provides input and expertise on policies and procedures related to design and user experience, and takes initiatives to identify problems and seek solutions. Works with colleagues in various departments to create and produce website designs and interactive web animations using audio and video segments and specialized software and digital production equipment. Provides technical advice and guidance, and serves as liaison to production staff, authors, publishers, clients, and/or printing representatives on University graphic standards, copyright requirements, design, and technical graphics issues. Performs other duties as assigned.

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