AS220 Seeks Part Time Theater Production Manager

The AS220 Theater Production Manager position is a part time job position, 10+ hours a week, and is first and foremost responsible for monitoring the sound and visual aspects of performances in the AS220 Black Box. The Theater Production Manager reports to the Program Director of Theater and Dance. AS220 has an equal pay policy: all staff of the non-profit are paid $18.50 per hour. Application deadline is August 14. For more information, click here.

Island Moving Company seeks Capital Campaign Director

Island Moving Company seeks an energetic individual with stellar interpersonal skills to assist in the management and execution of a $4 million capital campaign.

Following a comprehensive campaign feasibility study, the Capital Campaign Director is a newly-created, part-time, 18 month position designed to help keep the campaign on schedule and progressing with a high level of visibility, excitement, optimism and confidence in achieving the campaign goal. The campaign will result in the construction of Island Moving Company’s first permanent home. The completed facility will house IMC’s professional dance company, after-school dance program, and administrative team.

The Capital Campaign Director will work closely with the Executive Director, Capital Campaign Committee Chair, Committee Ambassadors, Board of Directors, and Campaign Consultants. He or she will be highly motivated, well organized, experienced in running a capital campaign through quiet and public phases, and able to work with campaign volunteers, donors and staff. For more information, click here.

Arts Alive! Barrington Seeking Assistant Director

The Arts Alive! school theatre program is aimed at bringing the Performing Arts experience to children at a young age. This experience can be life changing for these children, as it is not only identity-building, but also helps to develop their creativity, problem solving abilities, confidence, public speaking, and teaches the value and satisfaction of hard work! Children gain practical experience in voice, singing, acting, dance, stage movement and teamwork.
The programs run between 12- 15 weeks and lead up to 2-4 performances in front of a live audience. This consists of 2 rehearsals a week, plus tech week.

The Assistant Director will provide immediate support to the Director for all aspects of the production.
Necessary Skills: Experience directing/teaching young children, proven leadership,
communication, and organizational skills, ability to maintain composure in high pressure situations, ability to be adaptable & creative, strong multi-tasking skills, creative vision, sense of humor, hands on/problem-solving skills, resourceful, diplomatic.
Preferred Skills: Experience directing musicals, choreography experience, stage management experience

For more information, click here.

NEFA seeking Dance Program Director

The New England Foundation for the Arts (NEFA) is a 501(c)3 organization with an annual budget of $7.5 million. NEFA invests in artists and communities and fosters equitable access to the arts, enriching the cultural landscape in New England and the nation.

The Program Director, Dance reports to the Deputy Director, works in direct partnership with the Executive Director, supervises and works in close collaboration with two program staff, and partners with other NEFA staff to advance cross-program and organization-wide planning and initiatives.

NEFA’s Program Director, Dance is a strategic, knowledgeable, inclusive, and highly collaborative leader who partners with NEFA staff and board to direct, deliver, and guide NEFA’s dance programs, including the National Dance Project (NDP), one of the nation’s major grantmaking programs for dance, which annually awards over $2 million to more than 50 artists and 100+ cultural organizations around the country. The Program Director, Dance joins a dynamic, skilled team and is responsible for spearheading program development, execution, and assessment to support the creation and touring of dance in the United States.

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Rhode Island College seeks Assistant Professor in Creative Writing/Fiction

The English Department at Rhode Island College seeks a one-year temporary Assistant Professor in Creative Writing/Fiction to teach the department’s creative writing offerings in fiction, 200-level introduction to creative writing, and general education literature and/or first-year writing courses. The individual is expected to participate in the full range of activities associated with a lively undergraduate and small graduate creative writing program. Applications due August 1st.

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FirstWorks Seeking PR Consultant

FirstWorks is dedicated to building the cultural, educational and economic vitality of its
community by engaging audiences with world-class performing arts and education programs.

The PR Consultant’s role is to help develop key messages, implement PR strategy and to cultivate local, regional and national media to secure placements for FirstWorks event programming and institutional stories leading up to and during FirstWorks 15th anniversary season (events taking place from October 2018-May 2019). For more information, click here.

AS220 Hiring Part Time Grants Associate

The Grants Associate is a part-time position (15-20 hours per week) that works in close collaboration with AS220’s Director of Development and Grants Manager to support AS220’s fundraising strategies, including focused grant writing for their All Access campaign. The position supports other development activities as needed, including fundraising events. The application period for this jobs ends on Friday, August 3rd, 2018. For more information, click here.