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.

Administrative Assistant
Cleveland Botanical Garden

The Administrative Assistant receives and processes education program registrations into the registration database; provides attendance summary reports and performs other office support as required

Associate Director of Guest Services
Cleveland Museum of Natural History

The Associate Director of Guest Services will work with other directors to aid in the integration of organization-wide policies and protocols as they relate to Guest Services and the Guest Experience. This position will be responsible for promoting a positive guest experience while enforcing the Museum’s procedures and Code of Conduct. The Associate Director of Guest Services will lead coordination efforts between the Call Center, the Front Desk, which includes both lobbies, and other Museum departments or vendors. This position will also service as liaison to the Museum’s third-party vendors who supply important guest amenities at CMNH: Exploration Café (Zack Bruell Events) and The Museum Store (Event Network).

General Manager
Les Délices

The General Manager works with the Artistic Director in conducting the organization’s business operations. The General Manager may work remotely and determines his/her own hours although he/she is required to attend various meetings in the office and other locations and to work at all local concert performances. Some evening and weekend work will be required. It is expected that the General Manager will work an average of 25-30 hours per week for 48 weeks per year.

Director of Programs
Center for Arts-Inspired Learning

Center for Arts-Inspired Learning is seeking a visionary, dynamic, and innovative Director of Programs to design and lead arts education programming and create new opportunities for young people through the arts. S/he focuses on the outreach and cultivation of partnerships to maximize the positive impact of CAL programs on teaching and learning.

Encore Café Manager (Part-Time)
Beck Center for the Arts

Beck Center for the Arts seeks an experienced and talented individual to join us in the part time position of Manager for our onsite Encore Café. The Manager is responsible for creating a comfortable and welcoming environment for patrons, serving as the lead bartender/barista, managing other part-time café staff and volunteers when necessary, and managing Encore Café as Beck Center’s primary bar and concessions operation. Aligning with the organization’s mission, vision, and values, the Encore Café Manager is responsible for product management, merchandising, full profit and loss control, and personnel development. We seek an individual with a minimum of three years’ experience as barista and bartender, with supervisory experience preferred. Must have self-motivation, creative merchandising and display skills, as well as ability to positively affect sales generation and manage profit and loss. Experience training and managing people and budgets, and attention to detail are essential. Must have proven ability to work independently in an organized and results-oriented manner.

Music Therapist (Part-Time)
Beck Center for the Arts

Functioning as a member of the Creative Arts Therapies team, music therapists serve individuals of all ages with and without various special needs for local, non-profit community arts center. Assignments include placement in agencies throughout North East Ohio region as well as group and/or private music therapy sessions at Beck Center for the Arts. Instruments, props, audio equipment, and other resources provided. Staff members receive complimentary tickets to all Beck Center professional theater productions. See full description and requirements here.

Visual Arts Instructor –Manga, Cartooning, Drawing (Part-Time)
Beck Center for the Arts

Beck Center’s Visual Arts Education program seeks a dynamic teaching artist to lead manga classes as well as drawing and cartooning during the fall semester with the possibility of extending the teaching opportunity into future semesters. Classes to be taught this fall are Manga-style Cartooning (Beginner and Advanced), and possibly Drawing Fundamentals and Cartooning & Visual Storytelling. Through our cartooning classes, students hone their drawing skills, cultivate their own individual style, tell stories visually, and at the completion of the course bring home their own printed comics. The ideal candidate will be an experienced cartooning artist with a proven ability to work with children as well as adults. Candidates should possess a strong focus in drawing fundamentals and have familiarity with Japanese styles and manga. Qualifications A combination of education, training, and experience equivalent to an undergraduate degree in the art form. BA or MA in visual arts education preferred. Experience as a teacher in a school classroom and/or a community based program preferred. An articulate customer service oriented individual who works well with students, families, and colleagues. Excellent organizational skills with ability to be prepared to lead weekly classes that are educational with developmentally and age appropriate content. Hiring contingent upon passing a background check. Please submit samples of work. Hours: Begins September 7 and runs through January 20 Thursdays 4:30-9:00 PM, Saturdays 1:00-4:30 PM Pay Rate: A competitive hourly rate will be discussed with each potential candidate

Director of Development
Beck Center for the Arts

The Director of Development manages three full-time staff and one part-time grant-writer, and is responsible for developing, implementing, managing, and evaluating a comprehensive development program to maximize contributed income in support of the mission of Beck Center for the Arts. As a member of Beck Center’s senior management team, the Development Director works with board volunteers in planning and executing all annual, sponsorship, capital, endowment, and planned giving programs, as well as overseeing fundraising events and galas. The Development Director is also responsible for overseeing grant applications to federal, state, and local government agencies that provide arts funding; and researching and applying to private foundations and corporations that provide arts grants. The Development Director will recommend fund-raising policies and procedures to the President & CEO and Board with the goal of building a year-round development program that demonstrates the highest standards of professionalism and ethical conduct. We seek an individual with 5 plus years of comprehensive development experience, preferably including capital campaign and major gift fundraising, securing and stewarding gifts in a nonprofit environment. Must have experience managing people and budgets, computer skills, good writing and communication skills, and be detail-oriented. Must have proven ability to work independently in an organized and results-oriented manner.

Sales Associate
Cleveland Botanical Garden

The Sales Associate will be responsible for ensuring a positive visitor experience by providing excellent customer service to our guests and members. This includes welcoming visitors to the garden, providing information to guests, addressing visitor questions and concerns, processing memberships, working the cash register, setting up store displays

Director, Principal Gifts

Reporting to the chief development officer, the director for principal and planned giving activities. This position is responsible for securing individual gifts or blended gifts to include the ideastream Legacy Society.

Guest Services Representative
Cleveland Botanical Garden

The Guest Services Representative will be responsible for ensuring a positive visitor experience by providing excellent customer service to our guests and members. This includes welcoming visitors to the garden, providing information to guests, addressing visitor questions and concerns, processing memberships, and working the cash register.

Analyst, Development

The development analyst works directly with the CRM donor fundraising solution (Allegiance), wealth assessment (Wealth Engine), and constituent communication solutions (MailChimp, Constant Contact). This position will support end users with fundraising data requests and software issues.

Seasonal Worker - Emergent Tower - Canopy Walk Monitor
Cleveland Botanical Garden

Work Location ? The Holden Arboretum – Kirtland, Ohio – less than 30 miles east of Cleveland. ? Encompassing more than 3,600 acres of cultivated gardens, woody plant collections and natural forested areas ? The Holden Arboretum / Cleveland Botanical Garden recently integrated, making the organization the 12th largest public garden in the U.S. Responsibilities ? Receives guests at structures, providing prompt and courteous service. ? Ensure proper admittance policies are being followed by guests and staff. ? Ensure safety practices are being followed by guests and staff. ? Ensure cleanliness of structures, which will include weather-related debris and trash removal.

Chief Engineer

Primary accountability, in partnership with the Broadcast Manager, for managing WVIZ/PBS, WCLV, and WCPN ideastream engineering process and related distribution and receive systems in support of broadcast, maintenance, and design of new or emerging technical systems

Fundraising Coordinator

The Fundraising Coordinator will be responsible for the coordination of all of the organization's Foundation, Government and Annual Fund fundraising efforts. The desired candidate will be collaborative, highly organized, results-oriented and possess a systematic approach to reaching goals. More info at:

Fundraising Manager

The Fundraising Manager will be responsible for the coordination and execution of the organization's Foundation, Government and Annual Fund fundraising efforts. More info at:

Director of Arts Education
Cleveland Metropolitan School District

Support the Arts Education program by creating comprehensive, strategic work plans (e.g. key deliverables, milestones and indicators of success) and associated activities Provide training and technical support for partners and stakeholders. Identify constraints and interdependencies, tracks progress, and work with project leads to address issues and ensure Arts Education leadership and other stakeholders are informed of progress and project limitations and challenges. Convene regular meetings of business owners and authorizers of Arts Education work to strengthen communication, collaboration and commitment to strategic goals. Provide timely, credible and accurate responses to stakeholders; maintains regular contact with project stakeholders through meetings, written correspondents and telephone contact in order to maintain relationships, monitor progress and effectively build internal and external will for projects and initiatives Utilize project management tools to support continuous improvement and active monitoring of key projects. Support the work of the Arts Education leadership team which may include planning and implementing district-wide community engagements events and school-level supports in order to support and strengthen the cross-sector partnership. Manage and distribute instructional resources to teachers and provide training on the use of the resources, including the development of high quality learning experiences for all children Contribute as a team member and provides assistance to other staff and partners as needed Work one-on-one and in small groups with teachers and other educators to provide guidance, modeling, coaching, training and other resources in and out of the classroom as needed Plan, coordinate and participate in community engagement activities that often take place after work hours in the evenings and/or on weekends Provide and gather feedback to principals about the arts programming in order to provide high quality learning experiences Perform other related duties as required

Operations Coordinator
Books@Work (That Can Be Me, Inc.)

We are looking for someone who can help us manage our operations and facilitate the smooth functions of our work – someone excited about working in a high-performing team driven by the Books@Work mission to engage minds and transform communities.

Event Intern
Art House

The Events Intern will be given projects throughout their time here to help organize events for the organization. This can include but not limited to: calling for sponsors or donations, creating social media posts, setting up before and taking down after events, rounding up volunteers and volunteering themselves for events etc.

Community and Programs Intern
Art House

The intern will be directly working with the Programs Coordinator to develop plans for future schools for the Spring and community programs. They will be given the opportunity to work within the community at volunteer craft tables at local events. This position is a great opportunity for someone who wants experience working in a small non-profit.

Social Media and Marketing Intern
Art House

This internship focuses on the development of a marketing plan. The intern will be in charge of our social media and work directly with other interns, staff and board to advertise about programs, events, PR packets and other opportunities with Art House. Graphic Design and Word Press experience preferred but not required.

Teaching Artist Intern
Art House

To assist with the teaching artists for the in-school residencies and out-of-school workshops. You will work closely with the artist, school staff and directly with the students on specific projects. These projects include a variety of media ranging from book-making, digital arts, ceramics and sculpture.

Part Time Event Venue Sales Manager
Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland

We are a stunning and contemporary event venue, and the Special Event Venue Sales Manager sells a unique experience. You will manage inbound requests and aggressively pursue outbound sales efforts. You will assist in producing targeted marketing materials. Visit the MOCA website for complete details.

Part Time Museum Store Sales Associate
Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland

Sales Associates in the MOCA store are enthusiastic, outgoing individuals who provide MOCA visitors with an outstanding shopping experience. Responsibilities include sales, merchandising, stock work, web order fulfillment, and special events.

Manager of Annual Giving
The Acuity Group LLC

SUMMARY: The Manager of Annual Giving is responsible for developing strategies to generate measurable and sustainable growth in the Cleveland Zoological Society’s $1-million Annual Fund by engaging, upgrading and retaining individual donors whose gifts range from $100 to $10,000.

Digital Marketing Manager
Cleveland Institute of Music

The Cleveland Institute of Music seeks an energetic, creative and tech-savvy manager to lead digital marketing efforts focused on attracting students, audience development, fundraising and enhancing CIM’s image and reputation.