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Recent Job Opportunities

McCarter Theatre Center
Mercer CountyPrinceton, NJ
Full Time
Posted October 22, 2020
The Institutional Relationships Manager has specific responsibility for coordinating all activity relating to corporate, foundation, and government fundraising, and also assists with other projects and activities to help ensure success in meeting McCarter’s contributed income goals. Reporting directly to the Director of Development, this position works collaboratively across departments and in the community to coordinate and strengthen the relationships with McCarter’s institutional funders.
Mayo Performing Arts Center/ New Jersey State Council on the Arts (State Arts Council)
Mercer CountyTrenton/Morristown, NJ
Full Time
Posted October 19, 2020
The NJPOL Coordinator implements that program and reports to Co-Directors at MPAC and the State Arts Council. The Coordinator will also work closely with regional partners, school administrators, teachers, teaching artists, and students. Because of the many partners involved in the program, strong organizational, communication (both verbal and written), and collaboration skills are essential. A successful candidate has a positive track record of project management, adhering to budgetary constraints and deadlines. Candidate is self-directed and able to work efficiently with minimal supervision, monitoring program activities and goals, and communicating with stakeholders as needed
Arts Ed NJ
Warren CountyWarren, NJ
Part Time
Posted October 07, 2020
Arts Ed NJ, New Jersey’s foremost advocate for arts education for all, seeks a part-time Development Manager (approximately 20 hours/week). This new position will capitalize on the organization’s heightened visibility to secure new sources of funding to support continued success and mission expansion.

Newark School of the Arts
Essex CountyNewark, NJ
Full Time
Posted September 29, 2020
The Newark School of the Arts is seeking an empathetic, personable, and patient individual who enjoys working with people to engage with families in student registration. Attention to detail is essential and must be bilingual in English and Spanish. In addition, knowledge of Portuguese is a plus. This position requires an undergraduate degree from a college or university, 5 years experience in a similar position interacting with the public, good math and software skills.

There will be a part-time training period with an estimated transition to full-time in January, 2021.

Hunterdon Art Museum
Hunterdon CountyClinton, NJ
Full Time
Posted September 23, 2020
The Hunterdon Art Museum in Clinton, New Jersey, is seeking a Director of Education.

A contemporary art museum that focuses on art, craft, and design, HAM was founded in 1952 and is located in a nineteenth century grist mill that is on the National Historic Register.

The Director of Education reports directly to the Executive Director and is responsible for developing, implementing and managing the Education Department’s programs and plays a leading role in creating the vision and strategy for growth and sustainability of the Department.
Montclair Art Museum
Essex CountyMontclair, NJ
Full Time
Posted September 03, 2020
The Montclair Art Museum is conducting a search to fill a three-year position of Curator of Native American Art. Funded by the Luce Foundation, the position offers an exciting opportunity for the Curator to work with the Museum’s renowned collection of Native art of North America.

This full-time, salaried position is responsible for the research, collecting, and exhibition of objects in the Museum’s Native American art collection; the development of exhibitions; and helping to shape related educational programs. The Curator will also be consulted about the care of the collections which is the responsibility of the Registrarial staff. The Curator will prioritize and begin to establish a practice of building strong, active, ongoing relationships with Native communities.