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

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

As part of the Cultural Alliance’s ongoing commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion, the Job Bank now requires salary and hourly rate information in job postings to benefit both employees and employers. Any posts without clear compensation information will be temporarily pulled from the site until that information is added. Publishing salaries also provides transparency about a position’s value to an organization, regardless of an applicant’s identity and means. Through this transparency, job seekers can better assess an opportunity before investing their time and effort into pursuing it. Employers benefit from expediting the hiring process, receiving over 30% more applications from stronger candidates who are also likely to be more informed. This paves the way for stronger communication between employers and employees from the start. You can find more resources for making your hiring process equitable on our  Job Bank Guide & Template and Equitable Hiring Resource Bank.

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Community Engagement and Marketing Manager (PT)

Marketing & PR

The Community Engagement and Marketing Manager (PT) will play a crucial role in increasing access to the performing arts in the city of Philadelphia. You will be responsible for designing and implementing audience-centered marketing strategies across a variety of channels, actively engaging with diverse communities, and serving as a public representative of the organization. This forward-facing position encompasses both community engagement and and marketing functions and requires active collaboration with the Co-Founder and other members of the organization.

February 9, 2024

Visitor Experience Associate/Docent

American Helicopter Museum & Education Center
Customer Service

Description: The American Helicopter Museum & Education Center seeks reliable and friendly Visitor Service Associate to engage, educate, and inform guests in our Museum gallery and through public programs. The Associate provides exceptional customer service to our guests, ensuring their satisfaction, loyalty, and repeat business.

Compensation: $15.00/hour

Schedule: Saturdays 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM and Sundays 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM. Additional hours as needed for special events and event rentals.


February 8, 2024

Content Developer

National Liberty Museum
Marketing & PR

The Content Developer is responsible for developing content for NLM’s exhibitions and learning programs. This work includes facilitating content development meetings with internal and external stakeholders, including community advisors, educators, scholars and more; identifying and distilling key messages, themes, and big ideas; conceptualizing stories, and crafting narratives that are the foundation of NLM’s activities. The Content Developer will ensure all projects are anchored in those narratives for the duration of the project and that content is delivered clearly, accurately, and creatively in everything the museum produces.

The Content Developer will directly support the development of NLM’s content collection by conceptualizing, creating, designing, organizing, and archiving an array of digital text and audio-visual content and print items in support of the museum’s evolving exhibition program. Content items may include but are not limited to artist interviews, podcast episodes, documentary shorts, interactive websites and kiosks, research briefs, and exhibition supplementary materials. The Content Developer will collect, process, and integrate materials produced by visitors through museum interactives into the collection, cycling some components back into content presented by the museum. As NLM shifts to include a community co-curation model in which community partners influence exhibition planning and implementation, the Content Developer will also document collaborative processes and projects. The Content Developer will use and adapt the museum’s emerging digital media infrastructure, including a digital asset management system, to produce, store, and widely distribute its content.


Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania

The Morris Arboretum & Gardens of the University of Pennsylvania is seeking Lead Camp Counselors for our vibrant full-day Nature Explorers Camp. Our campers are between the ages of 4-10 years old and will be divided into groups based on age. Campers will spend most of their time outdoors in our beautiful arboretum setting, and counselors should have an interest in both nature and education. Counselors will plan engaging activities and the camp day will include hiking expeditions, science lessons, arts & crafts, and games.


Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania

The Morris Arboretum & Gardens of the University of Pennsylvania is seeking Assistant Camp Counselors for our vibrant full-day Nature Explorers Camp. Our campers are between the ages of 4-10 years old and will be divided into groups based on age. Campers will spend most of their time outdoors in our beautiful arboretum setting, and counselors should have an interest in both nature and education. The assistant camp counselors will work with lead counselors and help with lessons, crafts, hikes, hands-on activities, and any other duties as assigned.

Museum Educator and School Programs Associate

National Liberty Museum

As a member of the Learning and Engagement team, the Museum Educator and School Programs Associate is an advocate for students and teachers in the planning of exhibitions and programs and will play a key role in the development of curriculum and educational resources connected to the Museum’s exhibitions. Working closely with the Director of Learning and Engagement, the Museum Educator and School Programs Associate supports the Museum’s school programs and serves as the point person for related administrative tasks. This position will contribute to the delivery of lessons, field trips, group visits, and the Young Heroes Outreach Program (YHOP).


As part of the team of Museum Educators, the position contributes to the development and delivery of education and public programs for the Museum’s core audiences, including: adults, families, students, and teachers.

Director of Development

National Liberty Museum

The National Liberty Museum (NLM) seeks an extraordinary leader to oversee its development department and diverse philanthropic initiatives. Reporting to the Museum’s Chief Executive Officer, the successful candidate will bring a unique blend of energy, creativity, and strategy to the task of expanding the Museum’s support base through fundraising. An enthusiastic collaborator and thought partner, the Director of Development will build and lead a team of up to three development professionals with expertise in major gifts, institutional giving, special events, and development operations.

Chief Operations Officer - Mural Arts Philadelphia

Operations & Finance
Senior Management


Exciting leadership opportunity as Chief Operating Officer (COO) with Mural Arts Philadelphia, the nation's largest public art program. Join a dynamic organization committed to using participatory public art as a catalyst for meaningful change. As COO, you will play a crucial role in enhancing operations, finances, and strategic initiatives, contributing to the transformation of public spaces and individual lives across the City of Philadelphia.


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Private Lesson Teacher for Cello/Classical Strings

Philly Music Lessons
Teaching Artist

Philly Music Lessons is seeking cello/classical strings teachers for private lessons in-person at our Fishtown and/or South Philly studios. Ability to travel to students’ homes for in-home lessons is a plus (teachers are compensated with a travel fee for these lessons)! As an independent contractor with Philly Music Lessons, you’ll have the opportunity to build a studio of students over time and create your own curriculum. Scheduling is flexible, with peak teaching hours on weekday evenings and weekend mornings. Apply now to join the Philly Music Lessons family!

February 7, 2024


People's Light
Operations & Finance

Opening: Controller

Contact Person: Erin Sheffield

Job Type : Full Time

Job Department : Administration/Finance

Equal Opportunity Employment 
People’s Light is an equal opportunity employer. We work to cultivate a deep and wide reach in order to connect with prospective employees who have varied experiences and skills, a collaborative attitude, and the capacity and desire for growth.

Facility Center Coordinator

The Discovery Center

The Center Coordinator is focused on managing rentals of our event space for local community members, and assisting on projects to maintain and improve the grounds: providing a safe and welcoming experience for guests.