We list any part-time, full-time, temporary, internship and apprentice experiences for individual artists, designers, performers, writers and all other creative professions.
The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame’s Education Department offers a wide range of online educational resources as part of its work to create a deeper understanding of the impact that rock & roll has on our world. The Education Curriculum Coordinator is an experienced education professional who seeks to make a difference by creating materials that will help engage thousands of K-12 teachers and students through the power of popular music. This is a multi-year temporary grant-funded position with the possibility of renewal.
Literary Cleveland, Northeast Ohio’s emerging literary arts nonprofit organization, is seeking an executive director to lead and execute its mission to create and nurture a vibrant literary arts community in Northeast Ohio. As the face and spokesperson of the organization, this position is an opportunity to write the future for the region’s literary arts community by creating and implementing innovative programming for local readers and writers. The role requires a visionary multi-tasker with a working knowledge of the literary arts community of Northeast Ohio, as well as effective nonprofit management, business, fundraising, grant writing, and donor relations experience to strengthen and cultivate Literary Cleveland’s growing membership.
The School Registrar/Administrative Assistant is the first point of contact for students, parents, instructors and community members entering or contacting BSMA. This individual will manage all aspects of student registration, record keeping, and scheduling, be the key communications liaison to instructors, and handle general business functions such as processing donations, bank deposits and mail. In addition, this individual will provide administrative support to the Executive Director, and on occasion, to other professional staff.
MOCA is building a team of enthusiastic, flexible and creative per diem teachers for its growing Education Department. Experienced preschool teachers are needed to lead guided tours for the museum’s youngest learners, here for their very first visit to MOCA. The ideal candidate is a playful and skilled teacher, experienced at leading age appropriate open-ended conversations, inspiring curiosity and imaginative play, and delivering and maintaining clear direction for museum appropriate boundaries. Tour objectives, outline, and materials will be provided.
Center for Arts-Inspired Learning is seeking a dynamic and innovative teaching artist with experience in theater, musical theater, or dance as well as skills and knowledge of teaching youth to join their staff to facilitate school residencies, workshops, and professional development. The Resident Teaching Artist (RTA) works to ensure that CAL develops successful, effective, and creative arts integration and educational programs for a variety of learners throughout Northeast Ohio. RTAs research and develop programs that are innovative, of high artistic merit, and connected and integrated into core subject matter. As a teaching artist in the community representing CAL, RTAs partner with educators to use art to impact student learning and outcomes. RTAs gather data, document processes and participate in professional development annually.
Full-time position available. Seeking a personable, creative individual who will enjoy helping customers design their picture framing projects. From designing to execution, the ideal candidate is just as comfortable working with people as they are working with hand tools. Picture framing experience is a plus, but not required. They LOVE it when you APPLY IN PERSON or send resume to email@example.com
Cuyahoga Community College is seeking 2 Part time Audio-Visual and Event Support Technicians. (Morning and Evening Shifts available)
Rainey is seeking applications and nominations for the position of Executive Director from individuals who have a heart for children and families in urban communities; energy to build on the organization’s rich history; belief in the power of collaboration and the vision to propel their team toward the goal of continuous achievement. All nominations, applications (resume and cover letter) and inquiries should be directed electronically to: RaineyED@divsearch.com
The Director of Development’s overarching responsibility is to lead the formulation, design, management, and execution of an integrated and effective fundraising strategy, locally, nationally and even internationally. S/he will work closely with the center’s Director and Deputy Director to set both long-term priorities and annual targets for the center relative to unrestricted funding, program sponsorships, endowment and capital support, and planned gifts--all in support of the Wex's mission, vision, goals, and objectives. S/he will also work closely with members of the Board of Trustees to orchestrate and provide support to board-driven advancement initiatives as well as prospective board member recruitment.
School of Rock Cleveland West is looking for vocals instructors and drums instructors.
Since 1923, the Cleveland Council on World Affairs (CCWA) has served as the resource for increasing understanding of international affairs and engaging globally minded citizens in Northeast Ohio.
The Director of Facilities supervises the physical operations including all buildings and grounds, utilities, and safety/security systems in order to provide a safe, healthy and comfortable environment for students, faculty and staff. The individual in this position is responsible for the scheduling and supervision of maintenance and repair activities, contracted services, custodial services and ensuring the physical operation of the institute meets budgetary and strategic objectives.
The Gund Foundation Curatorial Fellowship at MOCA Cleveland is a two-year appointment that provides rich mentorship and meaningful career training for an emerging curator from a community that is underrepresented in the contemporary art and art museum fields. This fellowship will contribute to the further diversification of ideas, knowledge, and experiences at MOCA, as well as increase diversity among curators in the field.
The Executive Director of Chagrin Arts leads the organization to achieve its goals through programming, management, development, marketing, public relations and planning. The Executive Director initiates and cultivates strategic relationships locally and with regional organizations to present diverse, high quality programs that promote the Chagrin Valley as a destination for arts and culture.