Executive Director

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Posted April 23, 2021

POSITION SUMMARY

Philadelphia Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts (PVLA) seeks an Executive Director to lead PVLA into the next chapter of its storied existence. Working with its committed Board, the Executive Director will implement an ambitious, sustainable vision for PVLA’s continued success, empower its volunteer team, cultivate and enhance relationships with donors, and provide overall organizational leadership.

School and Office Administrator

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Posted April 22, 2021

Looking to begin a career in higher education or arts administration? This position is the perfect start. Pig Iron Theatre Company seeks a School and Office Administrator to be the main administrative support for the General Manager and School Director. Start date June 1, 2021.

Founded in 1995, Pig Iron began as an interdisciplinary performance ensemble. 25 years later, the company has become a national leader in the movement of alternative theater makers and devising companies. In 2011, Pig Iron launched a graduate program in physical and devised theater, later partnering with University of the Arts to provide a certificate or MFA.

The candidate must be interested in working in a mentored position alongside a small collaborative office where time is split between supporting artists in creation as well as students currently enrolled or interested in the MFA / certificate program.

Data Analytics Administrator

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Posted April 6, 2021

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Bloomberg Arts Mentors — Paid Opportunity for College Students

Job Listing
Posted March 15, 2021

The Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance seeks five college students with an interest in arts and education for a paid summer position mentoring students in the Bloomberg Arts Internship. 

This is an excellent opportunity to gain experience combining the arts, education and arts administration. In this program, mentors will provide guidance and oversight to high school students who will be interning at cultural organizations around the city and engaging in intensive post-secondary professional development. Moreover, mentors will provide a vital near-peer connection to higher education and early-career experience.

Mentors will work approximately 20-24 hours per week between June 21 and August 13, 2020. Mentors will also need to be available for onboarding and curriculum review beginning in late-April/early-May.

Communications Associate

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Posted January 5, 2021

The Communications Associate will primarily focus on the arts and public space program, known as Creative Communities. This individual will be responsible for helping with strategy and execution for all communications activities for the Creative Communities grant center. This work will include creating a communications plan, developing website and other collateral content, media relations, managing social media content, planning and execution of convenings, release of new research or evidence, and other activities. This position will also identify new venues for sharing information about the Foundation’s work and its grantees and will help manage relationships with outside consultants. The Associate will participate in all key Creative Communities team activities with the expectation that s/he will become fully-immersed in all Creative Communities work. The Associate will also support the Communications Director with broader communications initiatives for the Foundation, and may support other program areas.

Graduate Assistantships & Scholarships

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Posted December 13, 2020

The VILLANOVA UNIVERSITY Theatre Department is now accepting applications for graduate assistantships and scholarships for the Fall 2021 Master's in Theatre program. The Theatre Department offers competitive graduate assistantships (full tuition remission and a stipend) in Set, Costume, and Properties Construction, and Marketing/PR. Merit-based Scholarships are available in Acting and Research.

College Mentors for the Bloomberg Arts Internship

Job Listing
Posted April 2, 2020

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The Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance seeks four college students with an interest in arts and education for a paid summer position mentoring students in the Bloomberg Arts Internship. 

Executive Director

Job Listing
Posted February 19, 2020

Theatre Philadelphia is seeking an Executive Director to serve as the leader and chief administrative officer of a $400,000 organization.  The Executive Director (ED) acts as both the day-to-day manager of the work and the public face of the organization. The ED is the lead fundraiser and strategist, working with two staff members, a board of directors, and over 100 volunteers to develop and achieve the organization’s goals. Duties include crafting a strategic plan, prospecting and managing institutional and individual funder relationships, building connections with the leadership of our theatre community, managing finances, and serving as producer for the Barrymore Awards Ceremony and Celebration. The ED must be equal parts community organizer, administrator, entrepreneurial executive, and enthusiastic spokesperson. 

Director of Development & Board Liaison

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Posted January 30, 2020

The Director of Development & Board Liaison position is an opportunity to hone leadership, project management and fundraising skills in a wide range of activities, including developing institutional funding strategies and proposals, cultivating individual donors and managing board activities. This position advances the Cultural Alliance’s mission and programs by implementing strategies to meet the organization’s contributed income goals.

The Cultural Alliance is mindful of diversity, equity and inclusion and welcomes and encourages individuals from a wide variety of backgrounds to consider this position. 

Bloomberg Arts Internship Manager

Job Listing
Posted January 27, 2020

Background

The Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance was founded in 1972 and is one of the nation’s best-known and most effective arts service organizations.  We operate in five counties surrounding Philadelphia and also serve southern New Jersey and Northern Delaware as part of our metropolitan region.  We have over 450 nonprofit and for-profit members, but the Alliance serves the entire cultural sector – over 1,500 performing arts, visual arts, history, science, horticulture, arts education, community art centers, and other cultural organizations.

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