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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, theatres, historic sites, art galleries, dance organizations, community centers and much, much more.

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Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance
Other

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Event Sales Manager

Central Philadelphia Development Corporation
Customer Service
Development
Marketing & PR
Other

GENERAL PURPOSE OF THE JOB: The sales professional is responsible for selling venue rentals, or other hospitality-related sales to market, sell, and manage event rentals at CCD—owned and managed parks such as Sister Cities Park, Collins Park, and Dilworth Park.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

February 20, 2020

Nonprofit Development and Social Media Internship with Arts/Environmental Consulting Firm

Valerie M Jones Associates
Development

Boutique consulting firm working with arts, culture, and environmental nonprofits seeks post graduate intern to learn fundraising, including prospect research, grantsmanship, and social media marketing. CEO will personally train and assist with intern's job search until they secure a full-time paid position. Flexible, three to five days a week.

Education Intern, Summer 2020

Philadelphia's Magic Gardens
Education
Volunteer & Intern

Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens (PMG) seeks an Education Intern for Summer 2020. The Education Intern will assist the Education and Outreach Manager with developing hands-on activities, implementing activities and programs, and leading interpretive tours and gallery talks.

 

Responsibilities include:

Summer Camp Counselor

Penn Museum
Education

Penn Museum is currently seeking counselors for both of their summer camp programs. Anthropologists in the Making and Junior Anthropologists are eight-week day camps (June 22-August 14, 2020) for children ages 6 to 13. Each week will have a different theme, such as “Signs and Superstitions” and “Engineering Marvels of the Ancient World”.  

Positions are seasonal. Counselors will report to the Summer Camp Director. Pay rate is $13/hour.

Bilingual Outreach Assistant

Philadelphia's Magic Gardens
Education

Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens (PMG) has an opening for a part-time Bilingual Outreach Assistant. The Outreach Assistant is responsible for assisting with the implementation of public programming and outreach at PMG and in the community.  They will lead guided tours and provide interpretation for various audiences, including students, families, and adults, in both English and Spanish. 

COMMUNICATIONS AND AUDIENCE ENGAGEMENT MANAGER

Walnut Street Theatre
Marketing & PR

Walnut Street Theatre, America's Oldest Theatre, seeks a Communications and Audience Engagement Manager.

Betsy Ross House First Person Interpreter - Seasonal, Part-Time

Historic Philadelphia, Inc.
Auditions & Casting
Program Delivery

Historic Philadelphia, Inc. (HPI) and the Betsy Ross House seek an African American actor (age 18 and up) to portray a free woman of color, Phillis, at the Betsy Ross House.

Phillis was a real person who lived in Philadelphia in the late 18th century. As a first person interpreter, Phillis will share her life and her work as a washer woman with thousands of visitors from all over the world.

Part-time, seasonal work, starting in April and continuing through the fall. Must have summer availability.

Betsy Ross House Guide - Seasonal, Part-Time

Historic Philadelphia, Inc.
Customer Service
Education
Program Delivery

The Betsy Ross House, located at 239 Arch Street, is seeking an energetic part-time Historic House Guide. As Philadelphia’s most visited historic attraction after Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell, the House receives more than 200,000 visitors a year. It is the Guide’s job to ensure a positive experience for every visitor.

The Guide is stationed inside the historic house, as well as in the breezeway in a covered outdoor area. The Guide is responsible for the following tasks:

Membership Coordinator

Museum of the American Revolution
Development

Reporting to the Membership Manager, the Membership Coordinator will support the Museum of the American Revolution’s growing Membership Program by ensuring a timely and accurate renewal and fulfillment process, managing a robust schedule of email and mail communications, and providing excellent customer service and stewardship to the Museum’s national community of over 5,000 members.

February 19, 2020

Human Resources Manager

KieranTimberlake
Administrative
Operations & Finance

KieranTimberlake is currently seeking a Human Resources Manager to join our office. Our design practice includes over 100 professionals with diverse backgrounds and abilities and is recognized worldwide. With equal emphasis on research, communications, and the built environment, our projects include the programming, planning, and design of new structures as well as the transformation of existing buildings.

Dancer Audition-SHARP Dance Company

SHARP Dance Company
Performing Artists

SHARP Dance Company is looking for one dancer to join the SHARP family and be available to sign a year contract from May 2020-May 2021. We are seeking a male or female dancer that is strong in contemporary and ballet techniques. Please email resume and reel to corpdancer@yahoo.com. Performance Pay and Rehearsal pay quarterly stipend.
Audition:
Wednesday April 15, 2020
11:05-12:00 CLASS (Mandatory for all auditioning)
12:10-2:30 AUDITION
Equilibrium 1802 S. Broad Street 2nd Floor Philadelphia

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