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The New Hazlett Theater is seeking an experienced professional to lead a comprehensive communications and fundraising program. Our Director of Communications and Development works closely with the Executive Director and the senior team, developing strategies to establish and deepen connections with audiences and donors.
The person in this leadership role, along with their team, will grow audiences, cultivate relationships with existing and new donors, leverage data for outreach and community engagement efforts, and track results. New Hazlett team members embrace the theater’s mission to create dynamic art through innovation and collaboration. We provide vital resources to creators from all backgrounds to enrich our cultural community, and respect and present diverse artists and ideas.
Skylight Music Theatre invites consensus-building entrepreneurs who bring positive energy and strong management skills to bear in a professional theater producing environment to apply to serve as the organization’s next Executive Director. The Executive Director is Skylight’s top organizational steward and is expected to form strong and collaborative relationships with all staff and Board members. The relationship between the Executive Director and Skylight’s Artistic Director is of paramount importance as Skylight considers its evolution and continued visionary resilience.
The Executive Director should be a skilled strategist who will focus particular energy on building new financial resources to support Skylight’s core operations, all with a management philosophy grounded in empowering and energizing staff and Board members to play individual and collective roles of significance in the company’s long-term success. Through proactive communication, a mind for finance, systems, organizations, and capacity building, and a heart and soul for advocating passionately in...
Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council (GPAC) seeks candidates to serve as their next CEO, the organization’s collaborative lead focused on galvanizing resources, people, and enthusiasm for support of, and advocacy for, Pittsburgh’s artists and arts community. The CEO works closely with GPAC’s Board on forming well developed plans for deep impact and support on the lives of art makers and organizations in the greater Pittsburgh area and will inspire staff to maximize their efforts around sustaining GPAC’s core operations while expanding in new and exciting ways to address ongoing needs within the arts and culture world.
With a mind for strategy and an ability to cultivate a culture of inclusion and broadening access for artists and arts lovers, GPAC’s CEO will work to make sure Pittsburgh’s arts and culture scene is appropriately supported and recognized in all city and regional planning. GPAC’s next CEO will have the opportunity to build...
Kansas City Ballet invites applications from strong leaders to serve as their next Executive Director. The Executive Director will work in a collaborative relationship with the Artistic Director with both positions reporting to and working with the Board of Directors. It is, of course, critically important that the individuals in these two positions continue to work in a cohesive and productive manner.
The central roles of the Executive Director are as follows:
Forge and maintain important external local/regional/national relationships and serve as an external voice and advocate of KCB.
Continue a productive partnership with the Artistic Director and Board to implement the KCB’s current strategic planning process and develop future strategies.
Align all human and financial resources strategically, ensuring the artistic/business model is solid, sustaining and further developing the fiscal viability of the organization to sustain and enhance the growth and quality of KCB’s product for its audience.
Manage and develop a high-functioning...
Le Petit Théâtre du Vieux Carré (LPT) invites applications from creative, curious, and collaborative theater professionals to serve as the next Artistic Director for New Orleans’ oldest small professional theater. The role will be a visible leadership position not only within the theater, but also with the broad and diverse New Orleans creative community; the right candidate will embrace the opportunity to build community connections, foster education opportunities, and engage new audiences while also considering a loyal subscriber base. The Artistic Director will serve as a key member of a small, but collaborative and supportive team. Le Petit Théâtre du Vieux Carré has engaged Management Consultants for the Arts to lead the search for their Artistic Director, and interested candidates may apply for this position by visiting this link: https://mcaonline.com/searches/artistic-director-lepetit
Located in the heart of the French Quarter, Le Petit is one of the oldest theatres in the country; this year,...