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Arts Council of Greater New Haven

Job Title: Membership Coordinator

Apply:

  • Email cover letter and resume to: Info@NewHavenArts.org with subject “Your Next Membership Coordinator"
  • Applications will be considered in the order they are received until position is filled

Responsibilities:

The Membership Coordinator is responsible for the planning, development, marketing, delivery, and evaluation of our membership program including management of specific partnerships and special projects. This includes:

  • Recruiting + retaining Sustaining Member organizations
  • Ensuring Free + Sustaining Members utilize our programs + services
  • Identifying + developing scalable solutions to empower our creative community

Requirements:

  • Passion for arts, culture, + creativity
  • Greater New Haven expertise
  • Sales + customer service
  • Results-oriented + self-motivated
  • Professional communication with diverse stakeholders
  • Team player in a fast-paced environment
  • Digital marketing + event planning

Details:

  • 40 hours/week, exact hours vary
  • $40,000/year
  • Health insurance, retirement plan, flexible schedule

The Arts Council of Greater New Haven strives to advance our communities by providing leadership and support to our diverse arts community. We envision a thriving arts community at the heart of Greater New Haven and believe that art, culture, and creativity are fundamental human rights.

We are committed to building a creative and dynamic work environment that celebrates individual differences and diversity and treats everyone with fairness and respect. We do not discriminate in practices or employment opportunities on the basis of an individual’s race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, age, sex, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, veteran status, disability, or any other category protected by federal, state, or local regulations. We strongly encourage candidates of color to apply. EOE

 

Goodspeed Musicals (East Haddam)

Job Title: Wigs & Hair Stylist

Email cover letter, resume and list of three references to: jobs@goodspeed.org

Responsibilities: Hair/wig changes during performances, assisting the wardrobe department with quick changes, and performing maintenance on all wigs & facial hair. 

Requirements: Preferred candidates would have a knowledge of period hair styling on both wigs & performers, and have experience working on full scale musicals. Professional theatrical experience in running quick changes and backstage tracking involving wigs, facial hair, and costumes is a must.

Goodspeed Musicals

Job Title: P/T Box Office Representative

Email cover letter and resume to: jobs@goodspeed.org

Responsibilities: Sell tickets and provide information about our organization’s events, in person at the box office and by phone.

Requirements: Must be comfortable working with a computerized ticketing system, have a professional demeanor, and provide superior customer service.

Goodspeed Musicals

Job Title: Electrics Apprentice/Spotlight Operator for Fall 2018 production of The Drowsy Chaperone

More information at: https://bit.ly/2NZPsOO

Goodspeed Musicals

Job Title: Wardrobe Supervisor

More info at: https://www.goodspeed.org/about/career-opportunities

Goodspeed Musicals

Job Title: P/T Costume Rental Assistant

More info at: https://www.goodspeed.org/about/career-opportunities

Hartford Stage

Job Title: Wig and Make-Up Crew Supervisor

Email cover letter, resume, references, and examples of work to: Costume Shop Manager, Blair Gulledge, bgulledge@hartfordstage.org with “Wig and Make Up Supervisor” in the subject line.

Responsibilities: This position is responsible for running and maintaining shows. This position is seasonal, full-time/hourly, eligible for overtime and includes a full benefit package.

Requirements: Human and synthetic wig styling and maintenance. Theatrical make-up including corrective, old age, specialty, prosthetic application and maintenance. Strong interpersonal skills, positive attitude, well-disciplined, flexible and capable of working in a fast paced environment. Ideal candidates will also have ventilation and wig construction skills and management experience.

Hartford Stage

Job Title: Education Apprentices for the 2018/2019 season

To apply send cover letter and resume to: education@hartfordstage.org

Responsibilities: The Education Apprentice will serve as a staff teaching artist, and assist in all aspects of the education department. Duties will include teaching in-school, after-school, and Studio programs, assisting with study guides, and assisting with all aspects of administration in the education department.

Requirements: Ideal candidate will have a degree in theatre and/or education, experience working with children, flexibility and a positive attitude. Apprenticeship runs September 4, 2018 – May 24, 2019. Housing, parking and weekly stipend provided. For more details, visit www.hartfordstage.org.

The Hartt School Community Division (Hartford)

Job Title: Music Programs & Community Engagement Coordinator

For more information and to apply: https://hartford.peopleadmin.com/postings/2034

Responsibilities: The coordination, facilitation and administrative support for all Hartt Community Division (HCD) music and instruction programs which serve students of all ages and backgrounds. Performs all duties in full support of the University’s mission, understanding that the positive and effective execution of these duties are instrumental to the education of the University’s students.

JCC of Greater New Haven (Woodbridge)

Job Title: Program Associate

For more information and to apply go to: https://www.jccnh.org/careers/jcc-program-associate-286626 

Long Wharf Theatre

Job Title: Individual Giving Associate

For details and to apply go to: http://bit.ly/longwharfhiring

Long Wharf Theatre

Job Title: Box Office Manager

For details and to apply go to: http://bit.ly/longwharfhiring

Long Wharf Theatre

Job Title: Company Manager

Full Description at: http://bit.ly/longwharfhiring

Long Wharf Theatre

Job Title: Digital Content Manager

Full Description at: http://bit.ly/longwharfhiring

Long Wharf Theatre

Job Title: Audio/Video Supervisor

Full Description at: http://bit.ly/longwharfhiring

Long Wharf Theatre

Job Title: Properties Runner

For details and to apply go to: http://bit.ly/longwharfhiring

Long Wharf Theatre

Job Title: Costume Design Assistant (August 27, 2018 – May 12, 2019)

Send letter, resume, and references to: Attn: Human Resources, 222 Sargent Drive, New Haven, CT, FAX (203) 776-2287, Email: human.resources@longwharf.org

Responsibilities: Serving as the chief liaison between the Costume Shop and Designer. Sourcing, pulling, renting, shopping and returning of all garments and materials for each build in close collaboration with the Designer and Costume Shop Manager. Creation and maintenance of all show paperwork. Attendance of fittings, production meetings and technical rehearsals. Transportation of Designer in company vehicle as required. Occasional stitching and craft work. Participation in the maintenance and organization of costume shop and storage spaces. Maintain a high level of execution and a safe work environment. Work with Long Wharf Theatre employees in a collegial manner. Submit timesheets to supervisor according to current requirements. Attend trainings in administrative procedures as required. Attend safety trainings as required.

Requirements: Previous professional experience as a Costume Design Assistant desired, but all applicants will be considered. You should have excellent verbal, interpersonal, and written communication skills; excellent period and contemporary style knowledge; comfortable with theatrical costuming stitching and craft techniques; must be able to climb stairs and have the ability to lift 40 pounds; a valid driver’s license required with a clean driving record (subject to a motor vehicle record check). Working on Weekends, Evenings, and Travel is frequently required. This job requires high standards and a strong sense of responsibility. Outstanding organizational and computer skills are necessary. Applicants should possess a good eye for detail and consistency. You should possess the ability to operate well under pressure in a collaborative environment, with a positive and dedicated problem-solving attitude. LWT values safe, positive, productive, and team-oriented employees.

Long Wharf Theatre

Job Title: Master Carpenter (August 13, 2018 – May 26, 2019 with possible extension)

Send letter, resume, and references to: Attn: Human Resources, 222 Sargent Drive, New Haven, CT, FAX (203) 776-2287, Email: human.resources@longwharf.org

Requirements: Ensure all scenic pieces are built to the specifications of the drawings as provided by the TD team. In consultation with the TD team, oversee the daily workflow of the shop floor. Construct scenery by implementing industry standard wood and metal working techniques. Assist in leading Load-ins and Strike, including LWT staff and overhire crews. Execute safe rigging practices. Assist in maintenance of equipment and production facilities. Lead crews of overhire during load-ins and strikes. Perform work at height on ladders, scaffold, and aerial lifts. Transport scenery and equipment between theatre and offsite spaces using company van or box truck. Maintain a high level of execution and a safe work environment. Submit timesheets to supervisor according to current requirements. Attend trainings in administrative procedures as required. Attend safety trainings as required.

Requirements: Three years of professional experience as a scenic carpenter plus a year as Master Carpenter is desired, but all applicants will be considered. You should have excellent verbal communication skills; ability to lift 75 pounds; a valid driver’s license required with a clean driving record (subject to a background check). This job requires adherence to high standards, a strong sense of responsibility, and working nights and weekends. You should possess the ability to operate well under pressure, with a positive and dedicated problem-solving attitude, while being adaptable to new situations and changing priorities.

Long Wharf Theatre

Job Title: Scenic Carpenter (August 20, 2018 – May 12, 2019 with possible extension)

Send letter, resume, and references to: Attn: Human Resources, 222 Sargent Drive, New Haven, CT, FAX (203) 776-2287, Email: human.resources@longwharf.org

Responsibilities: Construct scenery by implementing industry standard wood and metal working techniques. Participate in Load-ins and Strike. Execute safe rigging practices. Assist in maintenance of equipment and production facilities. Lead crews of overhire during load-ins and strikes. Perform work at height on ladders, scaffold, and aerial lifts. Transport scenery and equipment between theatre and offsite spaces. Maintain a high level of execution and a safe work environment. Ability to work with Long Wharf employees in a collegial manner. Submit timesheets to supervisor according to current requirements. Attend trainings in administrative procedures as required. Attend safety trainings as required.

Requirements: Two years of professional experience as a scenic carpenter is desired, but all applicants will be considered. You should have excellent verbal communication skills; ability to lift 75 pounds; a valid driver’s license required with a clean driving record (subject to a motor vehicle record check). This job requires high standards, a strong sense of responsibility, and working nights and weekends. You should possess the ability to operate well under pressure, with a positive and dedicated problem-solving attitude. We value safe, positive, productive, and team-oriented employees.

Long Wharf Theatre

Job Title: Lighting Supervisor

Full Description at: http://bit.ly/longwharfhiring

Long Wharf Theatre

Job Title: Costume Shop and Wardrobe Assistant

Full Description at: http://bit.ly/longwharfhiring

Long Wharf Theatre

Job Title: Group Sales Manager/Box Office Supervisor

For more information and to apply go to: https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=182dd23d-e899-4f96-9699-336eaf1ea1ef&ccId=19000101_000001&type=MP&lang=en_US 

Long Wharf Theatre

Job Title: Assistant Technical Director

For more information and to apply go to: http://bit.ly/longwharfhiring

Long Wharf Theatre

Job Title: Front of House Manager

Full Description at: http://bit.ly/longwharfhiring

Mattatuck Museum

Job Title: Corporate & Foundation Relations Manager

Send cover letter that addresses qualifications and interest, current resume, 2 writing samples, and 3 professional references to: Corporate & Foundation Relations Manager Search, Attn: Cyndi Tolosa, Director of Development, Mattatuck Museum, 144 West Main Street, Waterbury, CT 06702 or via email to cyndi@mattmuseum.org. For full job description, visit www.mattmuseum.org.

Responsibilities: Several aspects of development activities. They provide direct support to the Director of Development in the implementation of the Museum’s comprehensive fundraising program that is focused on institutional support, individual donors, membership, and special events. The Corporate & Foundation Relations Manager will serve as the Museum’s primary database manager. In this capacity, the Corporate & Foundation Relations Manager will oversee the Executive Assistant in day-to-day gift processing and acknowledging; update records and reports on a continual basis; maintain foundation, corporate, and individual donor files and conduct preliminary research on new prospects; and coordinate month-end and year-end reporting with the Finance Manager. They will also serve as the Museum’s primary grant manager by tracking submission deadlines, report dates, and meetings using the grant calendar; drafting and submitting grants and reports; and oversee tracking of data for use in reports. They will also coordinate, produce, and mail the annual corporate partnership program to ensure fundraising goals are met.

Requirements: The ideal candidate must possess a high level of energy with a willingness to assist in the development and execution of a wide range of activities, from day-to-day tasks to highly creative projects. This position requires a great deal of organization and attention to detail, as well as excellent verbal and written communication skills.

Mattatuck Museum

Job Title: Executive Assistant to the Director

Send cover letter and resume to: Mattatuck Museum, Attn: Robert Burns, 144 West Main Street, Waterbury, CT 06702 or bob@mattmuseum.org

Responsibilities: Provides administrative support to the Executive Director and Board President as well as support for other staff directors as necessary. Specific responsibilities include maintaining the Director’s calendar, planning and executing business meetings, and providing support to other departments as needed. Assist Director and Board President in Board Meeting Preparation, ensure meeting announcements are distributed in advance to board and committees, assist with Board meeting logistics, and maintain board and committee minutes records. They will take on many of the office managerial tasks such as mail sorting, shipping, manage office supplies and coordinate office equipment management and repair needs.

Neighborhood Music School (New Haven)

Job Title: Student Services Coordinator

Email cover letter and resume to: jobs@nmsnewhaven.org, attn: Anne Tubis

For detailed description visit: https://nmsnewhaven.org/about/jobs-and-internships/

New Haven Academy Interdistrict Magnet School

Job Title: P/T Vocal Music (Choral) Teacher

Email cover letter, resume, and a reference we can speak to by phone to: Meredith Gavrin, Program Director, meredith.gavrin@new-haven.k12.ct.us

Responsibilities: Providing vocal instruction to high school students and planning occasional performances. Classes meet during the school day, at specific days/times to be determined together. Lesson planning, reporting about student progress, and planning curriculum.

Requirements: Teacher certification is not required, but experience teaching or working with adolescents is strongly preferred.

New Haven Academy Interdistrict Magnet School

Job Title: P/T Drama Teacher

Email cover letter, resume, and a reference we can speak to by phone to: Meredith Gavrin, Program Director, meredith.gavrin@new-haven.k12.ct.us

Responsibilities: Teaching drama classes to high school students and planning occasional performances. Classes meet during the school day, at specific days/times to be determined together. Lesson planning, reporting about student progress, and planning curriculum.

Requirements: Teacher certification is not required, but experience teaching or working with adolescents is strongly preferred.

Oddfellows Playhouse Youth Theater

Job Title: P/T Managing Director

Please send cover letter and resume to: Managing Director Search, Oddfellows Playhouse, 128 Washington Street, Middletown, CT 06457 or email to info@oddfellows.org

Responsibilities: The managing director works with the executive artistic director to ensure the health and direction of the Playhouse. The MD provides strategic, managerial, and financial vision for the Playhouse. The MD collaborates with the EAD on major decisions regarding the future of the Playhouse. The managing director will demonstrate a genuine commitment to the Playhouse’s three-fold mission: to the art of the theater, the education of young people and the pursuit of social justice, and be able to articulate the mission effectively to the board, staff, participants, contributors, and the general public.

Requirements: Must be well-organized and able to work well with colleagues in a close environment. Must be able to manage several projects simultaneously and determine priorities. Experience managing a staff, including assessing skills of employees, matching with projects, and supervising. Strong verbal and written communication skills. Proven financial expertise, including work with Quickbooks or similar program. Proven fundraising expertise, including grants, individual donors, and fundraising events. Effective delegator. Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate on all levels. Leadership ability and collaborative spirit. Commitment to social justice. Ability to work with diverse constituencies. Must be proficient in Microsoft Office, Quickbooks; knowledge of web design/IT a bonus. BA or equivalent required.

Pantochino Productions Inc. (Milford)

Job Title: P/T Stage Manager

Email letter and resume to: Bert Bernardi, pantochino@gmail.com

Responsibilities: Professional theatre company for family audiences in Milford seeking Stage Manager for two fall productions; “Beat Bugs: A Musical Adventure” based on the Netflix series (Late September-October schedule) and “Glitz!” an original holiday musical (Mid-November-December schedule. Evening & weekend rehearsals, performances on weekends. Potential to extend contract through Spring musicals.

Requirements: Experienced, energetic, hands-on, organized candidates.

Pantochino Productins Inc. (Milford)

Job Title: Projection Designer

Email letter and resume to: Bert Bernardi, pantochino@gmail.com

Responsibilities: Professional theatre company for family audiences in Milford seeking Projection Designer for fall production of “Beat Bugs: A Musical Adventure” based on the Netflix series. Seeking creative, experienced individual to create and implement the world of Strawberry Fields in our intimate venue. Production opens early October.

Photographer Wanted

Send email with examples of work, your website and some references to: Nicole, DuhNik@aol.com

Responsibilities: Artist in need of artwork to be photographed - drawings (approximately 3' x 4' is the largest), sculpture, metalwork and a mural of approximately 65 people (the mural no longer exists but I have photographs and slides of it). I would like them photographed at a resolution that will work both for a website and for printing photographs of the work. Photos need to be watermarked so they can't be reproduced. I would like to sell the artwork itself as well as photos of the artwork. Ideally the photographer will also be able to set up a simple website of the work (no design, just execution).

Requirements: I need someone who has a studio and lights. The drawings need to be shot from above as they have been rolled up for many years. They will need to be held down by angle or 2x4. Payment negotiable. 

Shoreline School of Art and Music (Branford)

Job Title: P/T Instructors in Art and Music

Send cover letter and CV to: shorelineartandmusic@gmail.com

Requirements: References, experience and versatility.

Spectrum Gallery (Centerbrook)

Job Title: P/T Children's Art Teacher

Email inquiries to: Barbara Nair, Barbara@spectrumartgallery.org

Responsibilities: Be available to teach after school art classes on Wednesdays and Thursdays for ages 7-12. Art teacher would also be asked to run children’s art birthday parties and to start a Saturday morning children’s art program.  Curriculum would be set with the Executive Director. 

Requirements: This is a good position for a retired art teacher or artist who enjoys working with children but does not want to work full time.

St. John’s Choir

Job Title: Bass Choral Singer

Send résumé and letter of application to: Scott Lamlein, Director of Music and Organist – St. John’s Episcopal Church, 679 Farmington Avenue – West Hartford, CT 06119

Responsibilities: Sunday mornings during the program year, including Christmas Eve and Easter. Wednesday evening rehearsals, approximately 2-3 times per month, including dinner. Special events, usually on weekends, 4 or 5 per program year. See www.reddoormusic.org. $65 per appearance.

Requirements: Choral Scholars should have a positive attitude, an appreciation for great sacred choral music, and excellent vocal and sight-reading skills. Ability to provide a clear, blended, mostly senza vibrato tone is a must. Regular, on-time (early) attendance sets the needed professional example for our volunteers. Good communication skills, and a demonstrated desire to become part of a musical community are a must.

St. Peter’s Church (Cheshire)

Job Title: Minister of Music

Email resume to: Kathy Kirby, kathy.kirby@stpeterscheshire.org

Responsibilities: Work with our committed volunteer adult parish choir and our active chorister program for children age 9-18 years of age. The Minister of Music will also create a training program for younger children, whose purpose will be to foster a love of singing with others and to prepare them to join the choristers when they turn 9. Lead in our community by striving for excellence with our choirs while encouraging everyone in the parish to share whatever musical gifts they have.

Requirements: Experience in conducting choirs of all ages. We seek a person who is passionate about instilling a love of choral singing in children and adults, and who is enthusiastic and effective about growing our choral programs. Successful candidates are persons of faith who understand the importance of music as the soul of a worshipping community, who love music of all kinds, and who are able and eager to teach music to children and adults of varying abilities. Must enjoy working collaboratively with other clergy and staff and be flexible enough to allow the music program to change and grow according to the needs of the parish and surrounding community.

Sustainable CT

Job Title: Development, Donor Engagement, and Outreach support

For more information and to apply go to: https://sustainablect.org/fileadmin/Random_PDF_Files/Files_and_Resources/Sustainable_CT_RFQ_for_development_support.pdf

TheaterWorks (Hartford)

Job Title: P/T Box Office Associate

Email cover letter, resume and references to: Joshua Demers, Audience Services Manager, info@theaterworkshartford.organd write Box Office Applicant in the subject line

Responsibilities: TheaterWorks is looking for a mature candidate to work up to 20 hours per week, late morning into afternoon with some weekend hours possible. Provide excellent customer service. Complete ticket and subscription orders through our ticketing system (Patron Manager) including fulfilling ticket exchange requests, purchases and refunds. Process donations in Patron Manager. Prepare show time box office for performances by printing tickets, printing door lists and double checking will call for accuracy. Manage interns. Other tasks as assigned

Requirements: Candidates should have reliable transportation. Strong customer service and organizational skills. Be comfortable with public speaking. Take pride in their work. Function independently while operating effectively within a team. Work in a fast-paced, fun environment with patience, flexibility, a positive attitude.

TheaterWorks

Job Title: House Manager

Email cover letter, resume and references to: Joshua Demers, Audience Services Manager,info@theaterworkshartford.organd write House Manager Applicant in the subject line

Responsibilities: Ensure a safe and comfortable patron experience in the TheaterWorks tradition – this is an experience that is welcoming, intimate and accommodating. Manage house staff including training interns to work performance schedule. Maintain applicable attendance records via scanning ticket stubs, and preparing nightly house manager reports. Work closely with box office to troubleshoot all ticket problems and ticket buyer complaints. Direct and monitor theater traffic. Assist with special projects and assignments as needed. Attend weekly staff meetings. Assist in the box office. Manage miscellaneous administrative tasks and responsibilities.

Requirements: Be a strong team leader. Must possess exemplary customer service and communication skills. Possess solid administrative skills. Ability to problem solve under pressure. Candidates should have prior experience as a house manager in a theater or performance venue. This is a salaried, Full-Time staff position with benefits - medical and dental insurance, short and long-term disability, 401K and free parking. TheaterWorks operates year round. The show schedule is 6 days per week, evenings and weekends.

TheaterWorks 

Job Title: Audio Visual Supervisor & Board Op

Send cover letter, resume, references to: bridget@theaterworkshartford.org

Responsibilities: Implement and maintain sound and video systems for each production. Run sound and projections when needed/assigned (this also includes being a cheerful member of the Front of House team, interacting with patrons as part of our pre-show experience). Participate in the build and load-in of scenery when not assigned to show run. Be well-versed in setup and maintenance of sound and video equipment, backstage communication systems, wired and wireless headsets, maintaining TW in-house inventory, projection equipment, IT maintenance for show computers. QLab proficiency; VectorWorks a plus. Scenic carpentry skills are important but not primary responsibility; welding a bonus. Must be capable of lifting 50 pounds, standing and sitting for extended periods of time, climbing ladders, and lifting things overhead when necessary.  Rigging skills a plus. Excellent communication and organization skills, collaborating closely with designers, artistic leadership, TW staff, vendors and colleagues on productions, special events and projects. Responsible for sourcing rental equipment as needed. All TW employees are responsible for mentoring interns and apprentices, serving as positive role models for safe work practices and collaborative work ethics. Must be willing to assist in other areas as needed.

Requirements: 3 years’ professional theatrical experience handling audio visual equipment; prior supervisory experience a plus. Bachelor’s degree preferred.  Proficiency with QLab, backstage communication systems required; VectorWorks a plus.   Read design and construction drawings, carpentry skills preferred.  Mentor interns/overhire, serving as positive role model for safe work practices and collaborative work ethics. Must be self-motivated, independently productive and organized, have outstanding communication skills and collaborative attitude.

Website Creator Needed

Send email with examples of work, your website and some references to: Nicole, DuhNik@aol.com

Responsibilities: In need of someone who can execute the creation of a website for artist to show images of artwork. No design work needed, I know exactly what I want. I need a very simple website with no bells or whistles. I don't need an artsy website. I just want to show the work and list the size and price for each. I would like to sell the artwork itself as well as photos of the artwork. Payment negotiable.

Yale Center for Collaborative Arts and Media

Job Title: Director

For more information and to apply go to: https://sjobs.brassring.com/TGnewUI/Search/Home/Home?partnerid=25053&siteid=5248#jobDetails=1271156_5248

Yale Center for Collaborative Arts and Media

Job Title: Programs Manager

For more information and to apply go to: https://ccam.yale.edu/employment

Yale Undergraduate Production

Job Title: Technical Director

To apply visit: https://bit.ly/2I3zBwa Please include a cover letter referencing position 49544BR

To view complete job description visit: https://up.yalecollege.yale.edu/position-available-technical-director

Responsibilities: Manage safety programs including staged combat program; Provide robust safety oversight/guidance for specific projects; Oversee theater facilities and equipment; Manage calendar and other digital tools; collaborate with staff and faculty in a range of offices; Train, mentor, and supervise students during strikes, load-ins, and other tech activities.

Requirements: Demonstrated commitment to safety; excellence in scenic construction, lighting, sound, and projection fields; experience in education and professional environments. Preferred: MFA. Non-standard work schedule including evenings and weekends. Full-time seasonal (10 month) continuing position with full Yale benefits.

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