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The Director of Facilities is responsible for proactively ensuring the timely and meticulous care and preservation of the Wexner Center’s signature building, in turn ensuring the center’s ability to present the highest quality experience for artists, visitors, Wex staff and partners alike. The role includes facilities management and maintenance, building operations, custodial services, safety/emergency management planning, and project management pertaining to all aspects of the center’s facilities, including Mershon Auditorium. Serves as the primary liaison for facilities and operational issues with senior Wex management; OSU Facilities, Operations and Development (FOD); university and external facility users; and appropriate regulatory agencies.
POSITION SUMMARY: The Artistic Director is responsible for conceiving, developing, and implementing the artistic and community building vision and focus of Near West Theatre’s mission. In collaboration with the Managing Director, the Artistic Director will also participate in major decisions about the ongoing development and delivery of the organization’s mission, values and activities, with input from NWT staff, stakeholders, and the community. NWT’s Artistic Director must be a compassionate, passionate, and dynamic leader with extensive experience producing high quality musical theatre while facilitating an individual and communal transformational process with people of diverse racial, ethnic, economic, sexual, and spiritual backgrounds.
The School and Community Partnership Associate is responsible for coordinating and implementing many of the components of Center for Arts-Inspired Learning that support and enhance the outreach to the community. These efforts are designed to strengthen links to the educational and funding community and address the long-term goals of the organization. The School and Community Partnership Associate reports to the Director of Programs.
The Thoma Foundation Education Fellow is a passionate, spirited museum educator who enjoys creating and delivering strategic engagement and experiences for onsite Museum audiences of all ages and backgrounds. Working closely with the Curator of Education & Engagement, the Thoma Foundation Education Fellow ensures a consistent, intentional, and memorable experience for all museum visitors through dialogue, interpretation, programs, tours, and other onsite educational initiatives. This position develops creative approaches to connect with and cultivate diverse audiences. It also evaluates onsite engagement strategies and refines them based on visitor needs and desires in order to deliver an inclusive, satisfying experience to all and encourage repeat visitation. This position is a full-time, 3-year appointment.
The Karamu House Theatre seeks a full-time Finance Director responsible for the efforts, results, and success of Karamu's finance department. The Finance Director provides financial advice and support to help senior executives make key decisions. The successful candidate will be responsible for budgeting, forecasting, account reconciliation and profit and loss reporting. The Director of Finance will oversee all accounting activities related to income auditing, accounts payable processing, accounts receivable collection, tax compliance and payroll.
Part-Time Art Picture Framer - Designer - Customer Service
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The Development Associate is a critical member of the Development Department team who supports and works closely with the Director of Development, President/CEO, Campaign Co-Chairs and Board of Directors of Beck Center for the Arts to foster a culture of philanthropy among all stakeholders. Primary responsibilities include overall management of the capital campaign, stewardship, retention and growth of the donor base, with a focus on implementation of a Major Gift program, including moves management and strategy. The Development Associate is responsible for achieving specific revenue goals associated with the Capital Campaign, assisting in a variety of development activities and donor relations including identification, cultivation, and solicitation. The Development Associate will assist the Director of Development in managing the operations of the Development program to ensure long-term sustainability.
Board of Director: If you have a genuine interest in the arts and believe they are an essential cornerstone of the community AND Can dedicate two to four hours per month to TMP AND Can contribute one of the following skill sets to the organization: Accounting, bookkeeping, financial oversight; Fundraising/event management; Public relations, social media expertise; Research skills; Legal expertise; Ability to help us address and increase diversity of our audience; Government relations.
Advisory Board Member: If you have a genuine interest in the arts and believe they are an essential cornerstone of the community AND Can serve as a resource to TMP's board of directors when specific help is needed. (Advisory board members consist of professionals who can't necessarily dedicate regular time to TMP, but are available to help answer questions or provide insight to their specific expertise as issues or topics come up) AND Can contribute one of the following skill sets to the organization: Accounting, bookkeeping, financial oversight; Fundraising/event management; Public relations, social media expertise; Research skills; Legal expertise; Ability to help us address and increase diversity of our audience; Government relations
The Accounting Manager – AR works under the direct supervision of the Director of Finance and Operations and is responsible for all accounts receivable functions including monthly financials. The Accounting Manager – AR will maintain various schedules and reconciliations as assigned and enter all cash receipt information.
The ideal candidate would have an AAS degree in Accounting or at least three years of directly relevant experience, as well as knowledge and experience with G.A.A.P. and accounting software, preferably SAGE MAS90.
The Accounting Manager – AP works under the direct supervision of the Director of Finance and Operations and is responsible for all accounts payable functions including payroll processing. The Accounting Manager – AP will maintain various schedules and reconciliations as assigned.
Arts Cleveland is seeking a mid-level development professional generalist to manage its fundraising program. The ideal candidate will have passion for the arts and fundraising experience in the non-profit community. The development manager will add expertise to the Arts Cleveland team, helping implement an expanded philanthropic program to support Arts Cleveland and its mission of advancing the arts and culture community in Cleveland and Cuyahoga County.
The Center for Arts-Inspired Learning is seeking a dynamic and innovative Director of Individual and Corporate Giving to design and lead fundraising efforts that include annual fund, major gifts, endowment and planned gifts, and special events. S/he focuses on the outreach and cultivation of individuals throughout the community and strengthens the organization’s position and relationships with donors. S/he works closely with the Executive Director and the Board of Directors to realize annual and long-term goals of CAL. The Director of Individual and Corporate Giving collaborates with the Director of Grants and reports to the Executive Director.
A public employee appointed by the Board of Trustees, the Executive Director will be the chief executive officer of CAC, accountable for the agency’s responsible stewardship of public funds in support of the county’s arts and culture ecosystem. The Executive Director will be one of the region’s leading public voices for the importance of arts and culture in daily life through social vitality, educational impact, creativity, and economic development. Responsible for driving performance in the relentless pursuit of transparency in CAC’s mission and vision, the Executive Director will also be the organization’s chief fiscal officer, managing the effective investment and distribution of CAC funds and ensuring compliance with all legal and regulatory guidelines and requirements.
The School of Theatre and Dance invites an engaging and collaborative individual who appreciates and respects a diverse academic environment and who shares our commitment to inclusivity in classrooms and on stage, to join a progressive faculty for a 9-month, Tenure-Track position in Costume Design and Technology starting August 19, 2019.
The Kent State University School of Theatre and Dance seeks an engaging and collaborative musical theatre individual who appreciates and respects a diverse academic environment and who shares our commitment to inclusivity in classrooms and on stage for a 9-month, Non-Tenure track renewable position in Musical Theatre Dance starting August 19, 2019.
The School of Theatre and Dance seeks an engaging and collaborative individual who appreciates and respects a diverse academic environment and shares our commitment to inclusivity in classrooms and on stage for a 12-month, Non-Tenure-Track position: Assistant Professor in stage management.
The School of Theatre and Dance at Kent seeks an engaging and collaborative individual who appreciates and respects a diverse academic environment and shares our commitment to inclusivity in classrooms and on stage for a 12-month, Non-Tenure-Track position: Assistant Professor in stage management.
Responsibilities include teaching courses in stage management for BFA and BA degree programs, and act as stage manager for a minimum of one production per year. The candidate will also supervise undergraduate stage managers in all main-stage production assignments throughout the academic year, and serve in a supervisory role throughout the Porthouse season. Candidate will collaborate effectively with diverse students and faculty.
Under the oversight of the CARE Project Director, the CARE teaching artist will work in a team in the implementation of high quality instruction for CARE, an arts-integration program developed and researched through a grant awarded by the US Department of Education.
Brecksville Center for the Arts is seeking qualified instructors to teach art classes or workshops for children and/or adults that encourage self-expression and creativity. BCA is accepting class proposals in a variety of media for the coming 2019 season. Both day and evening time slots are available. In particular, BCA is interested in artists who possess talents in the area of jewelry making, art journaling, oil painting, pastels, stained glass, and printmaking.