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Arrowmont is hiring a Deputy Director. 
Working with senior management and reporting to the Executive Director, the Deputy Director will provide leadership and management for operations, logistical support and facilities. He/she will ensure smooth day-to-day operation of Arrowmont programs and projects, supply store, library and other initiatives. The Deputy Director assists the Executive Director as requested and may represent the Executive Director in his or her absence.

NPR Classical Music Department Nashville Public Radio’s Classical 91.1 is looking for a part-time music host and producer of online content who is enthusiastic about bringing fine art music to a growing audience on the radio and online.
Classical 91.1 is the city’s first and only full-time classical radio station, with a legacy stretching back more than half a century. Our hosts seek to be friendly companions to a wide-ranging body of listeners. We welcome classical “newbies” who are just discovering that they like the sound of an orchestra or string quartet, while also seeking to be an engaging resource for people with a deep education in the genre. We share favorites from the standard repertoire, but we also help Middle Tennesseans discover less familiar music, from Medieval dance tunes to brand new chamber music by living composers. Because the quality and quantity of fine art music-making in this city is expanding at an exciting pace, we also make a priority of featuring local artists. Right now we broadcast the Nashville Symphony and Nashville Opera seasons and bring musicians into our studios to play live on the air each week. We include recordings of local performers on our playlists and post online articles about concerts and events. But we’re hungry to find more ways of showcasing the Midstate’s excellent professional and student musicians, be it via podcasts, concerts, new radio shows, or whatever new platforms you might help us imagine and create. Classical 91.1’s new part-time host will play an important role as we find new ways to carry out our mission. The person we hire will have a warm, conversational presence on the air and a strong knowledge of classical music. The duties will be split between presenting recorded music on the air, producing original online content, and assisting in the station’s social media efforts. Broadcast experience is a plus, but it isn’t required. Strong writing skills are necessary. Please submit a resume, references, writing samples, and a letter to Nina Cardona, Music Director at musicjobs@wpln.org explaining why you think you’d be a good fit for the job.

Arts Center of Cannon County (Volunteer Opportunity) is looking for volunteer Directors
For the following shows in their 2017 season: Sister Act (January 27th- February 11th); Million Dollar Quartet (September 15th-30th); and The Man Who Came to Dinner (November 3rd-18th). Interested parties should contact Neal Appelbaum. Please include information about yourself, your background, the show(s) you are submitting for, your creative team (if any) and a resume.

ArtsMemphis is accepting applications for a Director of Grants and Initiatives.
This position will spearhead strategies for investing in the arts community. He/she will provide the leadership, direction and coordination needed to ensure that donor dollars are allocated in an equitable and effective manner and that ArtsMemphis is strengthening Memphis through arts support.

NCT is accepting applications for Dragonkeepers for the 2016-17 season.
Open to High School and College students ages 16 and up, individuals will serve as ushers for NCT weekend performances and assist with special weekend activities; work with like-minded, creative colleagues from local high schools and universities; attend all NCT productions as part of the program; engage with audience members through pre-show discussion and activities; and serve as advocates for the theatre in the community.

The Jackson Symphony seeks a full-time Executive Director
This position, in close coordination with the Artistic Director & Conductor, provides leadership and vision to fulfill the Symphony’s mission and to ensure that the Jackson Symphony achieves its goals for financial stability, artistic excellence and community engagement. Follow the above link for additional responsibilities and necessary qualifications. Email cover letter, resume and references to Search Committee Chair Dr. Nancy Oberg.

Clarence Brown Theatre (CBT) seeks a full-time Accounting Assistant to help lead the Box Office and House Management team in providing exemplary customer service and to help manage the ticketing system.
Also looking for part-time applications to be Team members of Patron Service. Team members will interact with patrons selling and exchanging tickets, taking season ticket orders, answering telephone calls and assisting with general inquiries at the kiosk and over the phone.  Click here for more information.

Tennessee Performing Arts Center (TPAC)”] has numerous full-time, part-time and internship opportunities available

Arts Consulting Group keeps an updated list of arts related job openings throughout the country.

Creative Aging Executive Director position available
Click here for details. Contact Meryl Klein at k_meryl@bellsouth.net.

Regina Gouger Miller Gallery Seeks Curators/Educators for Position of Gallery Director
The position announcement can be found at the College of Fine Arts Web site.   To apply, interested individuals should visit InterFolio: https://apply.interfolio.com/40095.

California Arts Council is seeking a communications and public affairs professional with a passion for the arts to join our growing team.
See job posting: http://arts.ca.gov/opportunities/jobdetail.php?id=6752

Memphis College of Art seeks a full-time Communications Manager”] to work with the Marketing & Communications department starting in April 15, 2017.
This position reports directly to the Senior Director, Marketing and Communications. http://mca.edu/community/job-opportunities

Executive Director, California Arts Council, Sacramento
The Executive Director of the California Arts Council is responsible for providing statewide leadership in order to meet the CAC’s strategic priorities, which include: building public will and resources for the arts; fostering accessible arts initiatives that reflect contributions from all of California’s diverse populations (including but not limited to ethnically, geographically, economically, and socially diverse populations); serving as a thought leader and champion for the arts on both a statewide and national level; and providing effective, and relevant programs and services. Click here to view the complete job announcement and application instructions.

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