Employment 2017-06-15T11:56:16+00:00

Our Theatre Program is looking for:

Technical Director

Supervisor: Director of Theatre

Type of Position: Monthly stipend of $500

Job Responsibilities

Essential duties and responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

  • Demonstrated understanding of Set Construction, Carpentry, and Creative Construction in a nontraditional Theatre Space on a limited budget.
  • Collaborate with Director of Theatre and the Show’s Director on Scenic Design.
  • Ability to think and work creatively in a nontraditional Theatre space.
  • Working Knowledge of Lighting and Sound Equipment.
  • Assist Lighting Designer with Lighting hang/focus when necessary.
  • Candidates with positive connections to other local Theatre companies are preferred.
  • Technical Director may be asked to work as the Technician on property for some evening performances.
  • Candidates who have a demonstrated ability to build/lead a strong team of volunteers are preferred.
  • Technical Director will work with Director of Theatre to build a consistent team of volunteers who will assist in all aspects of Technical production.
  • Candidates with a strong sense of personal drive are required. We want candidates who understand and can meet deadlines, who can work under high-pressured situations, and who aren’t afraid of a challenge.

Minimum Qualifications

  • A degree in Theatre is preferred, but not required.
  • Demonstrated Experience working in each area of the following areas of Technical Theatre:
    • Lighting Design
    • Set Design
    • Set Construction
    • Sound Design

How to Apply

Please email a cover letter and résumé to Careers@CFCArts.com

Our Senior Team is looking for:

Director of Education and Youth Programs

Supervisor: Executive Director
Type of Position: Full-Time, Salaried

Job Description Summary

Director of Education and Youth Programs leads and manages all aspects of youth and education programming including all performing arts opportunities, outreach programs, the School of Performing Arts, and the Young Artists Orchestra. The Director is the face of CFCArts youth and education programs and oversees the journey of all youth performers and students from application to graduation.

Job Responsibilities

Essential duties and responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

  • Guide all new and existing Children and Youth Arts (CYAP), School of Performing Arts (SoPA), and Young Artists Orchestra (YAO) programming.
  • Make hiring recommendations and manage all CYAP, SoPA, and YAO managers, administrators, directors and other contract staff.
  • Work alongside Director of Administration and Sr. Director of Production to secure and book rehearsal and performance venues.
  • Work in partnership with community-based organizations serving children and families to promote positive youth development and arts education programming.
  • Work alongside the Sr. Director of Creative/Production on all CYAP and YAO productions including seasonal budget creation, securing rights for shows, ordering music, creating show programs, etc.
  • Help to develop and to supervise implementation of teaching artists’ curriculum and goals for all CYAP, YAO, and SoPA programs and classes.
  • Develop and manage promotion of CYAP, YAO and SoPA programs as well as implementation of community-building and volunteer programs.
  • Work closely with Sr. Director of Marketing to promote all CYAP, YAO and SoPA programming to schools and general audiences including website, press releases, interviews, email, social media, and brochures.
  • Work closely with Executive Director and development department to identify and/or secure funding for the department and programs including delivering presentations, writing program descriptions, proofreading grant and sponsorship proposals, and participating at special events.
  • Coordinate logistics across departments including (Production, Ticketing, Volunteers) for multiple programs.
  • Give oversight to the CYAP, YAO and SoPA program budgets, including preparing the budget, reconciliation, and forecast reports.
  • Manage, provide content and track all CYAP, YAO and SoPA grants.
  • Recruit and guide teaching artists and directors as well as program interns.
  • Give oversight to recruitment and supervision of all program volunteers.
  • Establish and cultivate relationships with performers and families to ensure that each student is experiencing the arts to his/her greatest potential.
  • Partner with the executive director to ensure that all aspects of the CYAP, SoPA, and YAO programs are mission-aligned with the overall mission of CFCArts.

Education and Experience Requirements

  • Preferred Bachelor’s Degree in Theatre, Arts Administration, or Education with additional experience.
  • Articulate about the value and importance of arts education in the community, excellent public speaking skills.
  • Marketing, social media, and/or public relations experience preferred.
  • Five years experience as a teaching artist or youth director that includes building curriculum for diverse student population.
  • Attention to detail and highly organizedTeam-player and comfortable working in a fast-paced environment.
  • Team-player and comfortable working in a fast-paced environmentKnowledge of MS Office and other database programs.
  • Knowledge of MS Office and other database programsStrong written, proofreading, and communication skills.
  • Strong written, proofreading, and communication skills.
  • Able to work days, nights, weekends as needed.

How to Apply

Please email a cover letter and résumé to Careers@CFCArts.com

Our School of Performing Arts is looking for:

School Teachers

  • We are always interested in finding experienced and passionate instructors to teach within the School of Performing Arts.
  • Disciplines include:
  • Voice
  • Acting
  • Dance
  • Theory/Composition
  • All Instrumental Studies
  • If you or someone that you know would be a great fit, please email our School of Performing Arts Director Kaileigh Anne Buckley for more information!