Job Opportunities

House Manager

REPORTS TO: Front of House Manager

This position engages with artists, volunteers, staff, and show patrons to manage all showtime activities in accordance with Center procedures to provide a positive experience for all.

To Apply: Review the full job description linked below, then email cover letter and resume to hr@thecenterforthearts.org

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Facilities Manager

REPORTS TO: Executive Director

The Facilities & Operations Manager is responsible for ensuring the proper appearance and function of The Center for the Arts for staff, patrons and volunteers.

To Apply: Review the full job description linked below, then email cover letter and resume to hr@thecenterforthearts.org

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Executive Assistant

REPORTS TO: Executive Assistant

The Center for the Arts Executive Assistant is a support role for The Center’s Executive Director. The Executive Assistant must be able to complete a broad variety of administrative tasks that facilitate the Executive Director’s ability to effectively lead the organization, including: assisting with special projects; designing and producing complex documents, reports, and presentations; and collecting and preparing information for meetings with staff and outside parties.

Candidates in this role will learn about development, fundraising and the curatorial process. The Executive Assistant will also be able to process tickets and assist with subscriptions and ticket exchanges.

To Apply: Review the full job description linked below, then email cover letter and resume to hr@thecenterforthearts.org

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Founded in 2001, The Center for the Arts is a cultural and educational organization located in Northern California that promotes and presents literary, visual, and performing arts for the enrichment of our community. For the past 20 years, we have been the cultural hub of Nevada County. The Center’s productions have been viewed by a combined audience of more than 350,000 people. The Center also produces a four day global music festival, California WorldFest, every July which has 5,000 daily attendees. The Center has a long history of presenting world class talent, drawing diverse audiences, and providing a rich and inspiring arts scene in our premier venue.

In 2018, The Center broke ground on a $6 million capital campaign to make critical improvements to its theater and to increase its seating capacity. The Center now boasts an unrivaled, state-of-the-art, Meyer sound system as well as 492 luxury seats. Our newly renovated facility was slated to have its grand opening in March 2020 — on the literal eve of the shelter-in-place orders prompted by COVID-19. We look forward to producing an outdoors summer series and a Grand RE-opening in the Fall of 2021.

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