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. To enjoy the benefit of free posting, among many others, consider becoming a member today!

For an additional $50 per week, you can now make your job posting a Premium Job Post! Your job will be featured at the top of every page of our Job Bank, as well as featured on our social media accounts for increased visibility. You can request a Premium Post* for a week or more when you complete the form to post a job. *Any internship positions that are unpaid or pay less than minimum wage do not qualify for premium post status.

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 - as of August 1, 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!

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If you have any questions about posting to the Job Bank, send an email to 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.


Director of Human Resources

Mural Arts Philadelphia

Mural Arts Philadelphia
Mural Arts Philadelphia is the nation’s largest public art program, dedicated to the belief
that art ignites change. For over 35 years, Mural Arts has united artists and
communities through a collaborative process, rooted in the traditions of mural-making,
to create art that transforms public spaces and individual lives. Mural Arts Philadelphia
exists to provide transformative experiences, progressive discourse, and economic
stimulus to the City of Philadelphia.

Seasonal Holiday Public Safety Position

Zoological Society of Philadelphia
Operations & Finance

Job description

Under the immediate supervision of the Shift Sergeant and the general direction of the Director of Public Safety, the Public Safety Officer is responsible for protecting the assets of the Philadelphia Zoo. Assets include people, animals, property, information and the reputation of the Philadelphia Zoo.

Essential Job Functions:

1. Inspects bags and packages as necessary or directed; after regular business hours, escorts employees and guests to their vehicles parked outside the Zoo

November 8, 2022

Manager, Advocacy

The Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia

The Chamber brings area businesses and civic leaders together to promote growth and create opportunity in our region. We support our members with practical, inspiring programs, resources, and events. All that we do serves one clear, bold goal: to make Greater Philadelphia a great place for good business. 

Primary Position Purpose 

Visitor Services Representative

National Liberty Museum
Customer Service

The Visitor Services Representative provides support for all aspects of the visitor experience. The position will also provide support when needed in our special events and operations departments. The Visitor Services Representative works collaboratively with the Manager of Visitor and Member Services and Visitor Services team to achieve its strategic, operating, and revenue objectives.

Reports to:

Manager of Visitor and Member Services


Holiday Seasonal Guest Experience Position

Zoological Society of Philadelphia
Operations & Finance

General Description:

Performs vital functions of the Guest Engagement department, meeting the guests' needs by providing professional hospitality and assistance before, during, and after the guests’ requests are satisfied. This position is dedicated to meeting the needs of any guest in areas across the Zoo including but not limited to, parking areas, entry experience, attractions and online.

Essential Job Functions:

1. Answer questions and provide information to guests in a manner that is welcoming and professional.

3D Technician

Moore College of Art & Design

Status:             Non-Exempt, FT 12-months 40 hours per week, 9am – 5pm or equivalent

Position:          3D Technician

Reports to:       Studio Technician Manager

A1 FOH Sound Engineer

Bucks County Playhouse
Production & Design

Bucks County Playhouse in New Hope, PA is in search of an immediate hire for an A1 FOH Sound Engineer for the production of Million Dollar Quartet Christmas.  

Major Gifts Associate

Opera Philadelphia

Opera Philadelphia is an Equal Opportunity Employer and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any kind. We are committed to the principle of anti-racism and to providing employees with a work environment free of discrimination and harassment. All hiring decisions are based on business needs, job requirements and individual qualifications. We do not discriminate in our process based on race, color, religion or belief, age, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, or family status.

Director of Development Operations

National Liberty Museum
Operations & Finance

The Director of Development Operations will provide strategic oversight and management of fundraising activity across the museum and manage the day-to-day operations of the Development department. The Director will be responsible for developing, implementing, and maintaining systems that ensure the successful and effective implementation of the department’s annual development plan, and oversee strategic and coordinated pipeline growth for all giving areas.

Senior Director, Creative Spaces

Please Touch Museum
Senior Management

The Senior Director, Creative Spaces, is responsible for leading the planning, design, and implementation of new, innovative exhibits and creative spaces that foster playful learning and creative expression for museum visitors. The Senior Director is a strategic, collaborative, and innovative leader with deep expertise in planning and design of museum exhibits, project management, or the creation of play-based learning environments. Reporting to the Chief Learning Officer, the Senior Director will oversee a department of full- and part-time exhibits professionals. They will work collaboratively across departments to ensure museum spaces and experiences integrate the latest educational research and approaches to play-based learning. Working with the Chief Learning Officer and in tandem with the goals of the museum’s strategic plan, they will lead the museum’s interpretative planning process to build a long-term vision and strategy for future exhibit changes, renovations, and updates.

Social Media Consultant, Futures Gallery

The Village of Arts and Humanities
Marketing & PR

The social media consultant will create, schedule, and publish important and thoughtful social media content that promotes and explains the Futures Gallery Exhibition at The Village of Arts and Humanities, which is consistent and complementary to the exhibition.

The Village will modify our main cultural building to include a hybrid indoor/outdoor gallery space. Through a thoughtful visioning and planning process, we are melding inspiration from our peers, ideas/assets from our community, and lessons from experiments at our growing edge to create a uniquely permeable exhibition space that amplifies community expression and tradition and builds collaborative practices of art-making, curation, exhibition, and conviviality.

This Futures Gallery will serve as a powerful cultural and economic tool for resilience—for community residents past-present-future, for The Village, and for Black working artists across the City—one that combats the physical and cultural erasure of Black communities. It is an equitable, long-term investment in presenting and preserving artistic manifestations of power, loss, joy, struggle, and ingenuity made by Black people in our neighborhood and across our city. Finally, it makes legible—for our supporters and skeptics—the power of art as an indispensable tool for equitable community preservation and revitalization.

Project Director, Advancing Equity Through Public Safety

The Village of Arts and Humanities
Program Delivery

The Village of Arts and Humanities is seeking a highly motivated and talented candidate to serve as Project Director for our Byrne Criminal Justice Project, “Advancing Equity Through Public Safety.”

The Project Director will build upon the groundwork laid by Village leadership, staff, and the Project Steering Committee during 2020-22 to engage community residents in building or adopting alternatives to policing that reduce violent crime in Fairhill-Hartranft.