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

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July 18, 2019

Exhibition Coordinator

National Museum of American Jewish History
Curatorial

The National Museum of American Jewish History seeks an Exhibition Coordinator to manage the installation of the temporary exhibition, Notorious RBG: The Life and Times of Ruth Bader Ginsburg. This is a contract position and ineligible for health or employment benefits. The Exhibition Coordinator will start on or before August 5, 2019 and is expected to complete installation by October 2, 2019. Preparations for installation are already underway and will be transferred to the Exhibition Coordinator upon engagement. The exhibition will be installed in the Museum’s special exhibition gallery as well as on the building’s Concourse level.

July 17, 2019

Early Childhood Specialist - Bilingual

Free Library of Philadelphia Foundation
Program Delivery

Creative opportunity for an early childhood educator and/or early literacy specialist to implement the Literacy in Early Learning Spaces initiative at The Free Library of Philadelphia. This is a two year grant funded full time position.

Senior Programs Manager

Asian Arts Initiative
Program Delivery
Senior Management

The Senior Programs Manager is responsible for administration of artistic, educational and community-oriented programs and contributing to programmatic content. They will also be responsible for hiring and supervision of staff and consultants; identifying resources and partners to plan and implement programs to maximize impact for audiences and community members. The Senior Programs Manager will report to the Executive Director and will have a key role in setting future direction and priorities for the organization and our programs

Coordinator of Community Performances

Curtis Institute of Music
Administrative

The Coordinator of Community Performances will work closely with faculty, staff, students, and guest artists. The Coordinator of Community Performances participates in the planning and implementation of community projects and orchestra activities at the Curtis Institute of Music. This position also provides administrative support to the director and chair as needed.

Essential Functions:               

Community Projects and Career Development

Deputy Director of Development, Individual Giving

Philadelphia Museum of Art
Development

How You Will Contribute

Junior Graphic Designer

Philadelphia Museum of Art
Marketing & PR
Other

How You Will Contribute

Major Gift Officer

People's Light
Development

Context of the Position

Temporary, Seasonal Development Assistant, AOM Restoration Fund Office

The Philadelphia Orchestra Association
Administrative

The temporary, seasonal Development Assistant in the AOM Restoration Fund Office is a position that will assist with the administrative aspects of all projects for the Academy of Music activities including the Academy of Music Restoration Fund, Anniversary Concert and Ball, prospect and donor cultivation events, data entry, event and gift processing, acknowledgements, tracking and reporting, all prospect research and research entry into the database and assistance with all major gift pipeline information.

 

Temporary, Seasonal Development Assistant, AOM Restoration Fund Office

The Philadelphia Orchestra Association
Administrative

The temporary, seasonal Development Assistant in the AOM Restoration Fund Office is a position that will assist with the administrative aspects of all projects for the Academy of Music activities including the Academy of Music Restoration Fund, Anniversary Concert and Ball, prospect and donor cultivation events, data entry, event and gift processing, acknowledgements, tracking and reporting, all prospect research and research entry into the database and assistance with all major gift pipeline information.

 

Digital Asset Manager

The Philadelphia Orchestra Association
Administrative

The Digital Asset Manager is responsible for overseeing the Orchestra’s digital asset management and Orchestra On Demand content and systems.

 

This individual will work closely with the Director of Media, Director of Publications and Content Development, and Marketing department to ensure the Orchestra’s digital assets are organized, catalogued, and properly managed.

 

Essential Functions:

Oversee the migration and proper metadata tagging of content into the digital asset management system(s) from various file formats and codecs.

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