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Everyman Theatre seeks Director of Finance and Operations

The Director of Finance and Operations leads a Finance/Operations team of three — a part time Bookkeeper, a full time Operations Manager, and a full time Porter/Janitor — and oversees all fiscal and operational aspects for Everyman Theatre. This position is a vital member of the senior staff and serves as an advisor to the Managing Director, the Artistic Director, the Board of Directors, and the Finance Committee.

BOPA seeks Director of Cultural Affairs

The Director of Cultural Affairs for the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts (BOPA) is a full-time, exempt position, reporting to the Chief Operating Officer. This position is responsible for meeting the organization’s mission to make Baltimore a more vibrant and creative city by developing, implementing, and directing cultural arts initiatives. BOPA is the city’s designated arts council charged with engaging city residents and arts organizations by providing public programs, funding opportunities, and professional support.


Single Carrot Theatre seeks Development Director

Single Carrot Theatre seeks an enthusiastic and charismatic Development Director to oversee the theatre’s annual fundraising goal of approximately $350,000 for its theatrical, education, and community programming, with an intent to increase revenue goals in future years. Funding sources will include individual donors, local and national foundations, and corporations.

Port Discovery Children's Museum seeks a GUEST SERVICES ASSISTANT SUPERVISOR

Port Discovery Children’s Museum is looking for a responsible and energetic individual to be our full-time Guest Services Assistant Supervisor. The Supervisor assists in the operation of the museum with a special focus on Museum operations and training, as well as works in conjunction with Guest Services management to create a positive working environment for all Guest Services staff. Assist in the supervision of a staff of up to 30 Program Associates by conducting “rounds” and mentoring employees in their overall training in the Museum.

Maryland Humanities seeks a Grants Specialist

The Grants Specialist is primarily responsible for all elements of the grant-seeking process: researching and cultivating funding prospects and opportunities, preparing LOIs and proposals, and accurately tracking and reporting on grant-supported activities to funders. Annual and long-term fundraising goals will be set in consultation with the Director of Advancement. Specific responsibilities are outlined below. The Grants Specialist works collaboratively with the other members of the Advancement team as well as Program staff members in furthering the financial resources of the organization in order to maximize the potential for growth and impact of Maryland Humanities’ dozen programs.

UMBC Department of Visual Arts seeks Program Specialist

Join the Department of Visual Arts’ technical staff team (department chair, business services specialist and the three exempt staff members) to manage the continuously evolving technology needs, facilities operation and instructional requirements of the department.

Johns Hopkins University Museums seek Communications Associate

The Johns Hopkins University Museums is seeking a Communications Associate who will report to the Director of Communications for the Sheridan Libraries and University Museums and will manage all communications and marketing initiatives that help build strong positive relationships, financial support, and appreciation of Homewood Museum and Evergreen Museum & Library.


Port Discovery Children’s Museum, one of the top Children’s Museum in the United States and a top cultural institution in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, is seeking a Social Media & Community Engagement Specialist. In this highly visible position, you’ll create stories that engage and inspire audiences, share the joy and importance of learning through play, and build understanding of the work Port Discovery does in the community.

Program Manager, Baltimore Creatives Acceleration Network (B/CAN)

The Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) seeks a Program Manager for the Baltimore Creatives Acceleration Network (B/CAN), a new 10 year city-wide initiative providing strategic and as needed, just in time support for arts entrepreneurs of all disciplines and backgrounds in an effort to foster a stronger, more equitable creative ecosystem and economy in Baltimore.

The B/CAN Program Manager will function as the lead logistics person for the effective delivery of all B/CAN programs, reporting directly to the Executive Director. We are looking for a highly collaborative, passionate, and detail-oriented person who can not only help make sure all programming runs smoothly, but will also contribute their ideas and passion for strengthening Baltimore’s creative community to the program.

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