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.
The Human Resources and Business Office Manager will be a dynamic and enthusiastic individual who can jump in and support the human resources and payroll functions of the Community Music Center of Boston (CMCB). More
The Newport Music Festival seeks a visionary, entrepreneurial, and exceptional leader to join us as our Executive Director to lead the organization into our next era of success and recognition. More
MASSCreative seeks an experienced, creative, and collaborative individual to lead the organization’s community engagement and organizing efforts. We seek someone who shares our deep belief that arts and culture are essential to a stronger, more equitable Massachusetts. More
The award-winning New Repertory Theatre seeks a PT Grant Writer to write coherent, organized, and compelling grant proposals for foundations, corporations, and government. The contractor will work with the Development Director and Development Associate and other staff on grant material requirements grant calendars, deadlines, and reports. The Grant Writer is responsible for increasing revenue from the current and new foundation and corporate donors through research and proposal preparation and submission, as well as identification of new prospects. More