Arts Jobs

Curator of Academic Engagement (Museum)

SUMMARY DESCRIPTION

Serving as primary point of contact for CC faculty and students at the Museum, the Curator is responsible for maintaining and growing an active, ongoing program of faculty engagement, including facilitating, developing and delivering a wide range of meaningful opportunities for teaching and learning at the Museum; serves as a general resource for pedagogical expertise, presenting new approaches to and understandings of visual objects in compelling and impactful ways to a diverse college community.

Production and Technical Manager

The Production and Technical Manager is a full-time, year-round, benefited, exempt position having overall responsibility for coordinating the execution of all CCA presented and co-produced public events at Chautauqua, including on-site execution of all front of house, all audio/visual aspects of event production, security and parking functions. This position acts as Manager on Duty throughout entire day of event and is also responsible for ensuring the general upkeep, cleanliness and security of the Auditorium, Community House and surrounding areas. A high volume of work is to be expected from March through September during and in preparation for the summer season which runs mid-May through late September.

Development Officer – Major Gifts/Special Events

The Development Officer is responsible for raising approximately $500,000 annually in contributed income for the Chorale’s $1.8 million operating budget and gifts to the Chorale’s Endowment Fund. While the primary emphasis of this position is major gifts, the development officer is also responsible for planning and executing special events, some of which contribute net income towards the Chorale’s budget. This is a full-time position, salaried with benefits, reporting to the Executive Director.

Membership & Development Manager

Recruit and build sustaining relationships with CBCA member organizations, sponsors and donors.

Manager of Facility Services

Manages assigned aspects of the day-to-day logistics of the Operations department business activities. Manages functions, including but not limited to, vendors and operation suppliers, work orders, and custodial team ensuring compliance with Garden policies and procedures.

This position acts as customer-oriented liaison between the Operations department and other Denver Botanic Gardens departments. Works with all departments in ensuring high standards are met and exceeded for event logistics including event set ups and tear downs, custodial services, and overall appearance of the Gardens. Provides direct supervision of the custodial team. Acts on own initiative and direction, ensures a positive and pleasant visitor experience and the safety, cleanliness and visual appeal of the facilities.

Executive Director

Frequent Flyers® Aerial Dance (Frequent Flyers) seeks an Executive Director to lead the organization in fundraising, business operations, and financial management. The Executive Director is responsible for donor development, retention and reporting, oversight of staff (bookkeeper, marketing coordinator, office manager, etc.). The position is a Director level of the organization along with the Education Director, Alysha Perrin, and the Artistic Director / Founder, Nancy Smith. The Directors develop strategic goals for the organization as a whole. The Executive Director reports to the Frequent Flyers board.

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