Job Bank

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.

30-day job listings are free for Cultural Alliance Members, $95 for Non-Profit Non-Members and $165 for For-Profit Non-Members.  Want to connect to top-tier candidates today? Just post a job! To enjoy the benefit of free posting, among many others, consider becoming a member today!

View the Job Bank FAQ here. If you have any questions about posting to the Job Bank, send an email to info@philaculture.org with "Job Bank" in the subject line, or call 215-557-7811 and dial "0". Please note that questions from job seekers will be directed to the organization that has posted the job. The Cultural Alliance is not affiliated with the hiring process for organizations posting positions on the Job Bank.


 

January 23, 2019

Executive Assistant to SVP Development

Free Library of Philadelphia Foundation
Administrative
Development

This position primarily provides highest-level administrative support for the SVP, but also provides general assistance across all areas of the office as needed, including assisting with internal stewardship events, departmental budgeting and tracking of revenue and expenses, donor relations, operations, and other areas as required.

January 22, 2019

Development Director

National Liberty Museum
Development

The Museum seeks a Development Director to build upon and add to the organization’s development capacity in order to expand its individual donor program and raise its regional visibility as it pursues its $1.7M operating fundraising goal for 2019 and prepares to embark on an anticipated $10M capital campaign. The Development Director will directly supervise the Development Administrative Assistant, and co-manage the Development Coordinator, report to the Chief Development Officer, and work closely with the CEO. The ideal candidate will have demonstrable experience in fund development in the nonprofit sector, donor cultivation and stewardship, compellingly representing an organization to internal and external stakeholders, and managing a small staff. An interest in learning about and then becoming a champion for the Museum’s mission are musts. 

Accounting Clerk

Moore College of Art & Design
Operations & Finance
Other

Status:             Non -Exempt

Position:          Accounting Clerk

Reports to:      Controller & Director of Financial Aid

Purpose:          This is an entry level position responsible for maintaining the general ledger and assisting in the departmental budgeting and reporting activities to ensure that the financial reports of the College are accurate and timely.  This position also assists the Financial Aid office with reconciliations, work-study payroll and other projects.

Executive Director of Carpenters' Company of the City and County of Philadelphia

Inter-Mission, LLC
Senior Management

Founded in 1724 as a guild, The Carpenters’ Company of the City and County of Philadelphia is one of the country’s most historically significant nonprofit organizations.  By preserving and interpreting Carpenters’ Hall, its unique membership of architects, engineers, and builders celebrate their preeminent role in the American story past and future; Pulitzer Prize-winning public historian David McCullough calls Carpenters’ Hall “the acorn of our nation.” The organization is seeking an Executive Director who is passionate about Carpenters’ Hall and is an energetic and strategic change leader

The Andrew W. Mellon Undergraduate Curatorial Fellowship

Philadelphia Museum of Art
Curatorial

The Andrew W. Mellon Undergraduate Curatorial Fellowship Program provides specialized training in the curatorial field for students across the United States from diverse backgrounds. The program aims to make a critical impact on American art museums by expanding the diversity of their curatorial staff and developing gifted curators who are committed to engaging with the full spectrum of museum audiences. In July 2015, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation published a report, Art Museum Staff Demographic Survey, which addresses the pilot phase of this program in more detail.

Work Ready Program Monitor

Mural Arts Philadelphia
Education

The City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program is a public private partnership dedicated to the belief that art ignites change. We create art with others to transform places, individuals, communities and institutions. Through this work, we establish new standards of excellence in the practice of public and contemporary art. Our process empowers artists to be change agents, stimulates dialogue about critical issues, and builds bridges of connection and understanding. Our work is created in service of a larger movement that values equity, fairness and progress across all of society.

Driver/Lead Teaching Artist Position - Recreation Specialty Instructor – Teaching Artist (Spring 2019)

Mural Arts Philadelphia
Education

The City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program unites artists and communities through a collaborative process, rooted in the traditions of mural-making, to create art that transforms public spaces and individual lives. Since its inception in 1984, Mural Arts has created more than 3,000 community driven murals and provided thousands of under-served youth and adults with award-winning arts education programming.

Manager of Facility Rental and Group Sales

National Liberty Museum
Administrative
Customer Service
Marketing & PR
Operations & Finance
Other

Job Opportunity:

Part-time Assistant Coordinator, Community, Youth and Family Programs

The Barnes Foundation
Education

The Part-time Assistant Coordinator to Community, Youth and Family Programs works under the supervision of the Director of Community Engagement. S/he is part of a small engagement team that designs and implements a portfolio of creative arts programs that increase and enhance awareness and fosters deeper engagement and access to the Barnes Foundation. S/he will help to coordinate and manage project logistics, communication, and operations to develop high quality community, youth and family program activities on-site at the Barnes Foundation, and within communities of Philadelphia in partnership with community groups, public/private agencies and corps of volunteers.

January 21, 2019

Client Services & Sales Associate (Part Time)

Context Travel
Administrative
Customer Service

Context provides educational tours and experiences led by experts in the world's cultural capitals. We are looking for a part-time Client Services & Sales Associate based in Philadelphia. This person will be responsible for all first-tier customer service at our company headquarters during daytime and nighttime shifts, including weekends.

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