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.

View the Job Bank FAQ here for the answers to many questions or our video tutorial for tips and tricks to posting your job!

Intro Slide for a Job Bank Tutorial video. Text reads: Job Bank Tutorial Tips & tricks for posting your job opportunities on the Job Bank. There is an image of Rodin's The Thinker statue, and next to that it says, "Consider a New Career in the Arts"       
Click the image above to view the tutorial on YouTube

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.


 

April 25, 2024

Development Manager, Donor Relations

Moore College of Art & Design
Development

Status:  Exempt

PositionDevelopment Manager, Donor Relations

Reports to:  Vice President for Institutional Advancement

Instruction & Access Services Librarian

Moore College of Art & Design
Administrative
Education
Other

Status:                 Exempt

Position:              Instruction & Access Services Librarian

Reports to:         Library Director

April 24, 2024

Preschool Aftercare Lead Teacher - Arts Immersion (Aftercare 2:30-6:30pm)

PlayArts
Artistic
Education
Performing Artists
Teaching Artist

We are seeking a warm, energetic and innovative early childhood educator to join our Club Creative Aftercare program (2:00-6:00pm; ages 2-5) at PlayArts Creative Preschool (Our main location).

HOURLY RATE: $20-22/hr

ROLE

The Lead Teacher role is a part-time, year-round position that includes:

Director of Events

Independence Seaport Museum
Other

The Director of Events is responsible for promoting event space at the museum to achieve revenue goals and maximize ISM exposure to potential clients in the region and to the events community. This includes the sale, oversight, and successful execution of Independence Seaport Museum’s space rentals and events.  This position provides services to clients for event scheduling, planning and execution, with attention to business details and a positive, customer-centric attitude.  This includes, but is not limited to: serving as, or overseeing the Museum’s representative for load-in prior to the event, greeting clients, guests, caterers and/or other vendors upon arrival to the event, overseeing the event set-up, monitoring the needs throughout the event and proactively problem solving any issues that arise during the event, and overseeing break-down of the event and space.  They work as a team player within and across departments to advance the mission and vision of the Museum. 

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