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 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.


 

Preservation Caretaker

Glen Foerd
Other

Glen Foerd seeks a fulltime Preservation Caretaker. A rent-free 4-bedroom, 3-bathroom historic house is included as part of the salary package.

Environmental Program Manager

Glen Foerd
Education

Position Description: Glen Foerd seeks an energetic Environmental Program Manager to manage its environmental programs and work directly with youth and the public throughout the year. The Program Manager will lead Glen Foerd’s summer teen environmental program; its youth boatbuilding initiative; its summer kayaking program; and its public environmental programs. This position will also oversee the organization’s community garden and will serve as Glen Foerd’s representative to the Riverways Collaboration.

February 1, 2023

Special Needs Ceramics Teacher

Community Arts Center
Artistic
Education
Teaching Artist

The Community Arts Center is seeking teaching artists to teach ceramics to teens and adults of various ages with special needs.  This may included co-teaching an existing class that meets 1:30 - 4:00 pm on Tuesdays and/or teaching other classes and workshops.  If you are interested in working with us but unavailable at that time on Tuesdays, we would still like to hear from you.

Ceramics experience and teaching experience are required.  Experience working with students with special needs is preferred.  

Instructors work with the organization as independent contractors.

Summer Spree Art Camp Teacher

Community Arts Center
Artistic
Education
Teaching Artist

The Community Arts Center (CAC) is accepting application materials for Summer Spree Art Camp Teacher.

 

Summer Spree is an art camp for children ages 5 – 12 (children entering grades K – 6), located at the CAC in Wallingford, PA.   Arts activities and experiences form the foundation of our camp, which is designed to foster creativity and freedom of expression.   Visual arts, music, play, and nature form the creative engine of this unique camp experience. 

 

Digital Content Intern

Museum of the American Revolution
Marketing & PR

The Digital Content Intern will support the Web Editor and Social Media Manager in the Communications department.

Primary Areas of Responsibility:

Assist the Social Media Manager with content ideation, development, scheduling, and production for organic and paid social media.

Assist the Web Editor with writing and editing web copy as well as building and updating pages through the Museum’s website CMS (Twill).

Assist in staying up to date on digital trends, including gathering and building content for Instagram Reels and TikTok.

Exhibitions Intern

Museum of the American Revolution
Curatorial

The Collections and Exhibitions Department is looking for an undergraduate or graduate student for a 15 hours per week internship during the summer of 2023. This student internship will focus on exhibit development, particularly research and writing.

Corporate Partnerships Intern

Museum of the American Revolution
Development

This role will support a variety of duties that contribute to the overall success of the Museum’s institutional partnerships programs, established through a variety of corporate partnerships, foundation grants, and other public support.
 

Corporate partnerships engage local, national, and international companies in providing financial support to the Museum through corporate memberships, sponsorships, and grants, as well as in-kind support. This summer will be an exciting time for the corporate partnerships program, with key initiatives including:

 

Collections Management Intern

Museum of the American Revolution
Curatorial
Volunteer & Intern

The Collections and Exhibitions Department is looking for an undergraduate or graduate student for a 15 hours per week internship during the summer of 2023. This student internship will focus on museum collections data management.

The Collections Management Intern will work closely with the Museum’s Collections Manager to update and standardize collections management database records. There will be opportunities for the Collections Management Intern to work with other Collections and Exhibitions Department staff and assist with exhibition installation and collection inventories.

Collections Management and Registration Intern

Science History Institute
Other

The Science History Institute is currently recruiting for a 15-week, part-time (20–24 hours per week) Collections Management and Registration Intern. The Collections Management and Registration Intern will assist with the inventory of a subsection of our science-related toy collection. The Intern will also assist with a large loan return, as well exhibit preparation for an upcoming rotating exhibit space.

The successful candidate will possess the following qualifications:

Assistant Director of Youth and Visitor Education

Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania
Administrative
Education

The Morris Arboretum is looking for an experienced education program administrator to lead the youth and visitor education team in developing and delivering engaging and inclusive programming.  Experience leading teams, working with volunteers, and a proven collaborative spirit are essential in this role.

K-12 Digital Learning Specialist - the Barnes (F/T, $48-50K plus benefits)

The Barnes Foundation
Education

Description: The K-12 Digital Learning Specialist conceptualizes and designs engaging virtual art education lessons for K-12 students, with the goal of helping schoolteachers around the globe integrate art into their classrooms across various content areas. This highly creative position will focus primarily on developing “Art Packs,” or asynchronous digital lessons related to the Barnes collection that teachers can access according to their needs/ schedules, and which are aligned with curricular goals.

Early Childhood Programs Specialist - the Barnes (F/T, $48-50K plus benefits)

The Barnes Foundation
Education

Description:  Under the shared supervision of the Director of PreK-12 and Educator Programs and Director of Community Engagement and Family Programs (CEF), the Early Childhood Programs Specialist leads the development and implementation of early childhood programs for 0–7-year-olds. The Specialist designs curricula and programming for pre-kindergarten through first graders, with the goals of preparing young learners for school-readiness and supporting caregivers to participate in early childhood learning.

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