Arts Job Bank
Arts organizations steeped in their communities are at an advantage, and the BU Arts Administration program is no exception. We take pride in connecting vital arts organizations—nonprofit, public, or private—with the exceptionally qualified and well-prepared administrative professionals the MET program produces. Given the program’s emphasis on professional experience, Arts Administration students are especially capable of contributing to organizations early in their careers.
To post a job to the Arts Administration job bank, please use the announcement submission form to create a posting.
Reporting to the Executive Director of the Conservatory Lab Charter School (CLCS) Foundation and the Center for Artistry and Scholarship (CAS), the Director of Annual Fund serves as a key leadership team member and an active participant in strategic decisions affecting CLCS.
The Development Associate of The Utah Shakespeare Festival is responsible for assisting
the development department achieve its fundraising goals by engaging directly with donors
in all phases of the fundraising cycle including prospecting, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship. More
The Office Assistant is responsible for a variety of tasks that support the MET International staff. Administrative responsibilities include data entry, answering phones, greeting students and visitors, photocopying, More
The Concord Museum is looking for a development assistant to work on gifts, pledges, membership, as well as fundraising-related duties. More
The Emerson College encourages and supports employees who seek to pursue internal positions and promotional opportunities. Current employees should apply online and contact the Office of Human Resources, if interested in applying for an open position. More