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.

Marketing Manager
Center for Arts-Inspired Learning

The Marketing Manager is responsible for managing all promotional activities of Center for Arts-Inspired Learning (CAL), with the goal of raising awareness for CAL to impact the programmatic and fundraising activities. S/he reports directly to the executive director. Position is full time.

Director, Impact Services & Grants
ArtsWave

ArtsWave seeks Director of Impact Services & Grants to oversee grants portfolio of $10MM annually. Director will track and report sector-level progress toward objectives in ArtsWave’s Blueprint for Collective Action and guide education and community development initiatives. For requirements and to submit: http://www.theartswave.org/discover/jobs

Director, Marketing & Communications
Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage

Seeking a passionate, energetic, savvy & innovative marketing pro to promote Museum activities in support of our mission to build bridges among people of all races, religions & ethnic backgrounds while promoting the beauty of Jewish heritage, culture & religion. Fast-paced, dynamic, collaborative environment with opportunity for creative invention.

Digital Traffic Specialist
ideastream

WVIZ/PBS ideastream is looking for a Digital Traffic Specialist. This position is responsible for assuring timely and accurate transfer of content via a digital transfer of data from WVIZ/PBS to personnel at Ohio’s consolidated program origination system with programs, traffic and promo changes and program edits, especially during local origination

CPT Summer Teaching Artists
Cleveland Public Theatre

Cleveland Public Theatre (CPT) is seeking exceptional Teaching Artists for its celebrated Brick City Theatre program and Student Theatre Enrichment Program (STEP). Teaching Artists of all performance-related arts disciplines are welcome to apply. The Teaching Artist position has two areas of responsibility: Instruction: teach the basics of their primary discipline to children participants; create and implement curriculum; collaborate with CPT Education Staff and other professional artists; develop original performance material Administration: work with CPT Education Staff – Program Director in all areas of program delivery including: participant recruitment, management and evaluation; daily class plans and reports; and development of program partner relationships

Director of Career Center
Cleveland Institute of Art

CIA’s Career Center encompasses the following areas: employer development, career development, job search assistance, internships and other areas related to career success. The Director will coordinate all activities of the Center and market the Center both within and outside the Institute, including prospective students.

Executive Director of Preparatory and Continuing Education
Cleveland Institute of Music

The successful candidate will lead the entire operation of CIM’s Preparatory and Continuing Education division: curricular, fiscal, and faculty aspects of the pre- college and adult programs, including the Young Artist, Junior Young Artist, and Summer programs. The Executive Director will collaborate with department chairs on items including student recruitment and curricular development, as well as oversee the fiscal aspects of all programs. Applicants must have a proven background and track record in executive management, leadership, and community engagement in an educational or performing arts setting. Candidates need a background in music and preferably an advanced degree in music or music education. The successful candidate must have a strong, demonstrated commitment to classical music and high quality music education for students of all ages.

ArtWorks Manager
Center for Arts-Inspired Learning

The Center for Arts-Inspired Learning operates a year-round arts-based youth development program called ArtWorks, with 200 teen participants annually. The ArtWorks Manager oversees the entire ArtWorks program, recruitment, interviewing and hiring process and coordinates the day-to-day operations of the summer and after-school sessions.

Major Gifts Officer
Cleveland Zoological Society

The Major Gifts Officer will have primary responsibility for the solicitation of philanthropic gifts from individuals to support Cleveland Metroparks Zoo and Cleveland Zoological Society. This position will be charged to identify, cultivate, solicit and steward a portfolio of donors and prospects, which will require face-to-face interactions with the expectation that they will host frequent one-on-one meetings on the Zoo campus and often travel for donor meetings in the Northeast Ohio region. Reporting to the Director of Development and as part of the development team, the incumbent will be expected to work collegially and in partnership with Zoo and Zoo Society colleagues.

Campaign Coordinator
Cleveland Zoological Society

The Cleveland Zoological Society seeks a highly motivated and organized emerging development professional with strong administrative abilities and superior interpersonal, communication and computer skills. The successful candidate will be a quick learner, accurate, flexible and persistent, who will thrive and provide continuity in a fast-paced, entrepreneurial environment.

associate - communications & grant programs
Cuyahoga Arts & Culture

Cuyahoga Arts & Culture seeks an energetic and detail-oriented associate to work across functions to efficiently and proactively provide support for CAC’s grantmaking and communications work. The associate will streamline workflow, improve systems and lead key projects to better serve CAC’s team and cultural partners (grantees).

Campus Wellness Specialist
Cleveland Institute of Art

This position will play a vital role in supporting the “wellness” of our student population, with a focus on education and prevention.

Summer Positions at Porthouse Theatre
Porthouse Theatre

Hiring in all areas, including management positions. See attached employment brochure for more information.

Artistic Associate
Cleveland Public Theatre

Position reports to & assists Executive Artistic Director & will manage calendars, maintain & grow partnerships, represent CPT in meetings, collaborate on program development & line-produce shows, education programs & special events. 1 year at a professional theatre or 3 years professional theatre freelance work required. Salary ranges: $28k-$32k.

Volunteer Contributor
Applaud Squad

The Applaud Squad, one of the fastest growing entertainment blogs in Cleveland, is searching for an eager and awesome volunteer contributor to join our exciting team! Applicants should be interested in writing theatre and/or music reviews for the Cleveland area and learning more about marketing and public relations.

Executive Director
Singing Angels

ED manages all day to day business functions. The ED shall be the chief administrator of the Corporation and as such shall supervise the business and affairs of the Corporation, shall counsel and advise the Directors on all aspects of the Corporations business plans & objectives.

Director of Development
Karamu House

This role supports the highest strategic priorities of the institution and serves as a member of the leadership team. He or she will focus on development and fundraising through grants from major local and national foundations and through the identification, cultivation and stewardship of prospects and individual donors for planned and major gifts.

MOCA Summer Interns
Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland

MOCA Cleveland is looking for summer interns in several departments.