Arts and culture means business and economic opportunities in Cuyahoga County.

Each year, Cuyahoga Arts & Culture-funded organizations support nearly 9,000 jobs in our community. The right job may be waiting just for you. Check out the current opportunities.

We welcome any organization or company with arts or culture related job openings to submit your job postings.

Technical Specialist- Animation & Game Design
Cleveland Institute of Art

The Cleveland Institute of Art is seeking a qualified individual to fill a Technical Specialist position supporting the Animation & Game Design departments. Qualified candidates should be able to support technology related course work and instruction, manage the render farm and contribute to departmental events.

Director of Continuing Education + Community Outreach
Cleveland Institute of Art

The Cleveland Institute of Art’s Continuing Education + Community Outreach department serves over 3,000 people annually through over 200 annual programs, classes, and workshops for people of all ages.

Gordon Square Artist-in-Residence
Gordon Square Arts District

Gordon Square Arts District (GSAD) is the downtown arts district of the Detroit-Shoreway neighborhood of Cleveland, Ohio. This residency is intended as one avenue towards supporting artists and arts initiatives within the Gordon Square neighborhood. Project proposals should be approached as a contribution to the neighborhood and community in which it will take place. GSAD will support this residency through an artist stipend and project costs. The chosen artist-in-residence will collaborate with the surrounding community. The artist in residence may also utilize the Gordon Square Art Space at 1386 West 65th Street. Eligibility: This first iteration of the Gordon Square Artist Residency is restricted to visual artists living or working in the Gordon Square neighborhood of Cleveland, OH. Time/Duration: This residency will run from approximately mid-September through mid-November 2017. The artist-in-residence will be required to spend a minimum of 32 hours per month creating in Gordon Square. Artist Stipend: A stipend of $5,000 will be paid to the selected artist-in-residence.

Community Engagement and Programs Manager
Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland

• Create and cultivate strong relationships with organizations and individuals • Collaborate to develop outreach strategies and public programs on and off site • Host community conversations • Create, execute, and critically evaluate programs • Work with Marketing and Communications to produce targeted messaging and materials

Part Time Graphic Designer
Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland

Help craft the world’s perception of MOCA Master MOCA’s brand voice Juggle a variety of production needs efficiently and with constant awareness of deadlines Produce seasonal member magazines, annual reports, invitations, signage, web pages, e-blasts, display ads Use Trello software to track all design Coach one intern

Graphic Design Intern
Cleveland Public Theatre

Cleveland Public Theatre (CPT) is seeking a graphic design intern to perform design and layout of marketing materials, as well as other various tasks, to support the theatre’s 2017-2018 season. The ideal candidate will be available 20 hours per week on site at CPT, with some periods of increased or decreased workload during special events.

Design and Backstage Workers
Clague Playhouse

Clague Playhouse is presently looking to fill the following PAID positions to round out our exciting upcoming 90th season! • Assistants to the Director • Stage Managers • Costume Designers • Sound Designers • Prop Managers These are paid positions and the 2017-2018 season schedule is as follows: • The Woman in Black (a ghost play): September 15 – October 8, 2017 – Adapted by Stephen Mallatratt from the book by Susan Hill, directed by Ron Newell (POSITIONS ARE FILLED FOR 'THE WOMAN IN BLACK') • Christmas at the Wiley Diner (World Premier!): November 10 – December 10, 2017 - Written by Margo Haas, directed by Tyson Douglas Rand • Godspell – 2012* (musical): January 12 – February 4, 2018 - Conceived and Originally Directed by Berea, OH native John-Michael Tebelak, music and new lyrics by Stephen Schwartz, directed by Mike LaRochelle, music directed by David Bird • Silent Sky (drama): March 9 – March 31, 2018 - Written by Lauren Gunderson, directed by Curt Arnold • The Explorers Club (comedy): May 4 – May 27, 2018 - Written by Nell Benjamin, directed by Anne McEvoy

Seasonal Worker
Cleveland Botanical Garden

Responsibilities (include, but are not limited to) ? Planting and maintaining a variety of woody and herbaceous plants ? Pruning, deadheading and weeding ? Applying mulch and soil amendments ? Transplanting, dividing perennials, watering and fertilizing ? Hauling brush, mowing and raking ? Pest control ? Operating and performing routine maintenance on power equipment Qualifications ? Strong customer service skills and experience working with the general public. ? Excellent verbal communication skills. ? Ability to work within a team, as well as independently. ? Experienced gardeners preferred. ? Good interpersonal skills ? Attention to detail ? Self-motivated ? Speak, write and understand English

Maintenance Technician (arboretum)
Cleveland Botanical Garden

Responsibilities ? Preventive maintenance and repair for our small engine equipment and vehicles (includes landscaping/farm tractors, mowers and implements) ? Interior/exterior maintenance of buildings, including plumbing, mechanical and light janitorial ? Erects, dismantles and stores tents for special events and program, at time providing on-site presence ? Assists with snow and de-icing of parking lots Qualifications ? High school graduate – Technical school training a plus ? Three – five years of relevant building maintenance experience ? Demonstrated mechanical aptitude ? Certification in wastewater treatment and water supply a plus or the willingness to obtain certification

Music Education Coordinator
Broadway School of Music and the Arts

The part-time (15 hrs./wk.) Music Education Coordinator will help to develop, implement, promote and evaluate new, affordable opportunities for community members to participate in BSMA’s music education programming, such as musicianship classes, ensembles of various sizes and performances. Programming will take place both on and off-site.