North Carolina songwriters, composers, and writers – apply for the N.C. Arts Council Fellowship Award. Deadline Nov. 1.

 

Job Bank

Here are links to several major sources of arts job information both within North Carolina and around the country. These are resources for both job seekers and arts employers who want to publicize job openings. Most are free, and those that charge are noted. Americans for the Arts Job Bank is the most comprehensive with links to numerous other state, national, and international arts job banks and listings.

Gifts Officer - Charlotte Symphony
The Gift Officer (GO) is responsible for developing and implementing strategies for securing financial support from a portfolio of individual and corporate donors and prospects giving $5,000 to $15,000 and will be responsible for delivering $ 250,000 - $500,000 in revenue annually.

Grants Manager - Charlotte Symphony
The Grants Manager is responsible for securing funds for the Charlotte Symphony through grant writing. The Grants Manager will initiate, cultivate and maintain successful relationships with national, regional and local grant-making individuals and organizations. Accurate data management; on-time grant submission; timely and appropriate stewardship activities and comprehensive reporting on grant status are key to success in this role. The Grants Manager will, as needed, collaborate on corporate sponsorship proposals as well.

Statewide Resources

ARTS North Carolina
Publicizes job and internship opportunities through its membership listserv.

Department of Cultural Resources
Jobs openings are listed for all agencies within the Department of Cultural Resources, including the N.C. Museum of Art, N.C. Symphony, and the N.C. Arts Council.

National Resources

Americans for the Arts Job Bank
A free service for both job seekers and arts employers. Job seekers can post their resumes and use the searchable database of nonprofit and for-profit arts management positions at organizations across the United States. Employers can use the searchable database of online resumes to find qualified professional candidates or post a job opening. The site also includes links to career development resources and other job banks.

Art Job
This is a fee-based service for job seekers and arts employers. It publicizes professional opportunities and career information in all areas of the arts, including: visual arts, arts nonprofits, performing arts, commercial art and design firms, film, public arts agencies, academic arts positions, galleries, internships, fellowships, conferences, and commissions.

New York Foundation on the Arts Jobs in the Arts
Job seekers can access listings for free and arts organizations are charged a moderate fee to post a job opening or artist opportunity.