Balboa Park Jobs

Imagine spending the day in beautiful Balboa Park...Helping to share its treasures, enhance its beauty, talk about its culture, or celebrate its great history. There are many kinds of jobs and volunteer opportunities within Balboa Park for every kind of skill set. Take a look below for current job opportunities available* in Balboa Park. Please visit the individual organization websites for volunteer opportunities.

*Please verify that a listing is still accepting applications with the specific institution or organization before applying.

  • Balboa Art Conservation Center

    No positions listed at this time.

  • Balboa Park Cultural Partnership / Balboa Park Explorer Pass

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  • Centro Cultural de la Raza

    Executive Director – Posting Date: 11/15/2023

    (EXTENDED APPLICATION DEADLINE: Open until filled) 

    Centro Cultural de la Raza seeks an Executive Director. The Executive Director (ED) position is a leadership role within the organization whose primary role is to help further the vision of the Centro Cultural de la Raza, grounded in its historical commitment to Chicana/o, Mexican, Indigenous and Latina/o/x arts and Culture. The ideal candidate will support the administrative team and serve as a liaison to the Board of Trustees in tandem with the Arts Advisory Committee (AAC) and Community Advisory Council (CAC_. The Executive Director is responsible for securing the resources necessary for Centro to conduct its daily operations (currently ~$50,000 budget), as well as to complete the capital campaign fundraising goals. Ideally this individual has experience in the fields of development, finance and strategic planning, with a deep understanding of contemporary and historic Chicana/o/x art practices, collection development, exhibition, interpretation, and research strategies for the Centro. The Executive Director will be familiar with nonprofit financial practices and implement practices that enable long-term planning and projections while maintaining an awareness of the day-to-day financial operations. As Centro grows and larger grants and contracts are awarded, the Executive Director must navigate bringing up financial and operational capacity to the level required for compliance, reporting and consistent monitoring. They will directly oversee the Operations Manager and the committees within the Centro. Oversight focus is on a combination of finance, development and operations. This individual should be a visionary thinker, strategic planner and adept at synthesizing the big picture with granular details for the purpose of continuing the Centro’s original mission. Ideally they are a strong collaborator and leader with an eye towards encouraging leadership opportunities and professional development within the team.–MORE–

     

  • Comic-Con Museum

    Grants Manager – Posting Date: 02/16/2024

    The Comic-Con Museum is seeking a Grants Manager. The Grants Manager plays a critical role in reaching development goals for the Comic-Con Museum through government grants as well as private and corporate foundation opportunities. With guidance from the Sr. Director of Advancement, the Grants Manager is responsible for overseeing the Museum’s Grants program and ensures alignment with the organization’s overall mission. –MORE–

    Operation and Guest Services Manager- Posting Date: 02/16/2024

    The Comic-Con Museum is seeking an Operation and Guest Services Manager. Under the supervision of the Director of Operations and Guest Services, the Operation and Guest Services Manager will manage day-to-day operations of Comic-Con Museum (CCM), with a high focus on retail, ticketing, and guest services. The Operation and Guest Services Manager is directly responsible for generating and tracking revenue through the retail store. In addition, they will be responsible for coaching the Museum’s retail, ticketing, and guest services staff as well as developing sales training and procedures that result in outstanding customer service for CCM’s customers and guests. This position will support San Diego Comic Convention’s goals, objectives, vision, mission, and values in promoting the Comic-Con Museum experience. –MORE–

    Retail and Ticketing Associate – Posting Date: 02/16/2024

    The Comic-Con Museum is seeking a Retail and Ticketing Associate. Retail and Ticketing Associates welcome guests to the museum, work museum programs and event rentals, sell merchandise and tour tickets, and answer general inquiries about the museum and community services from the visiting public. They assist with the daily operations of the museum, including opening and closing, guest relations, sales, customer service, and special events. Retail and Ticketing Associates work to achieve sales and create an exemplary guest experience while promoting the San Diego Comic-Con mission. –MORE–  

  • Forever Balboa Park

    No positions listed at this time.

  • Institute of Contemporary Art San Diego

    No positions listed at this time.

  • Museum of Us

    No positions listed at this time.

  • Mingei International Museum

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  • San Diego Air & Space Museum

    Graphic & Production Associate – Posting Date: 02/16/2024

    The San Diego Air & Space Museum in Balboa Park seeks a full-time Graphic & Production Associate to join our outstanding team.  As the Graphic & Production Associate, you’ll take charge of Print Production within the Museum. This involves handling/printing the Museum’s daily materials for visitors, collaborating with the Design Manager to address production needs, and managing the competitive bid process with external vendors as needed. You’ll ensure files meet internal and external printing specifications, monitor print quality during proofing, and contribute to graphic creation for Museum Projects. Additionally, you’ll be responsible for maintaining office paper and supply inventories. To apply, please submit your resume and brief cover letter to careers1@sdasm.org. –MORE–

    Guest Experience Representative – Posting Date: 02/16/2024

    The San Diego Air & Space Museum in Balboa Park seeks a part-time Guest Experience Rep to join our outstanding team. Guest Experience Representatives are responsible for providing excellent customer service to museum visitors by answering questions, selling museum admission tickets, Balboa Park Explorer Passes, museum memberships, operating flight simulators, staffing retail store, café, 3D/4D theater, and interpreting exhibits. Duties specific to this position include POS system and credit card terminal operation and daily register accounting and balancing.  –MORE–

     

  • San Diego Automotive Museum

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  • San Diego History Center 

    Collections Specialist – Posting Date: 02/16/2024

    The San Diego History Center seeks a Collections Specialist. The Collections Specialist supports the long-term preservation, organization, and accessibility of the San Diego History Center’s collections. Reporting to the Vice President of Education & Collections, the Collections Specialist works collaboratively with, supports, and has experience in SDHC’s main collecting areas: documents, images, objects, historic clothing, fine art, and oral histories. In addition, this position provides support to the public seeking archival services and must provide excellent customer service. This position also oversees and manages volunteers who assist in the processing of the collections. The Collections Specialist is an advocate for SDHC’s collections and advances the organization’s Culture of Philanthropy. –MORE–

  • San Diego Junior Theatre

    Director of Production – Posting Date: 02/16/2024

    The San Diego Junior Theatre seeks a Director of Production. Reporting to the Producing Artistic Director, the Director of Production is responsible for the smooth oversight and execution of all technical duties during the year-round Junior Theatre production calendar. –MORE–

    Teaching Artists – Posting Date: 02/16/2024

    The San Diego Junior Theatre is seeking Teaching Artists. Junior Theatre is always looking to grow our diverse network of professional teaching artists for classes and camps in Balboa Park and outreach programs throughout San Diego County. Now seeking Teaching Artists for Summer 2024 programming. Especially interested in music and dance educators comfortable teaching K-12 students. Please send a resume and cover letter to Education Director, Elissa Russell at elissa@juniortheatre.com Teaching Artists are required to teach students ages 3-18 in one/all of the following capacities: on-site classes and camps in Balboa Park or off-site outreach programs, on or off-site workshops. Prepares and maintains all class materials and supplies. In conjunction with the Education Director, may develop new classes and course curriculum. This is a seasonal position. Preference is for music and dance-focused educators. If one or both of those are in your skills set, please make sure to highlight that in your submission. Hourly rate: $28-33, DOE. –MORE–

    Teacher’s Aides – Posting Date: 02/16/2024

    The San Diego Junior Theatre is seeking Teacher’s Aides. A Teaching Aide is responsible for offering support and assistance to the Teaching Artists, and ensuring that each student has an enjoyable camp/class experience. Salary: $16.85+ per hour. –MORE–

     

     

  • San Diego Model Railroad Museum

    No positions listed at this time.

  • San Diego Museum of Art

    Senior Accountant – Posting Date: 02/16/2024

    The San Diego Museum of Art seeks a Senior Accountant. The Senior Accountant position is responsible for working in partnership with the CFO and Controller on the daily management of the financial functions of the Museum including accounting, financial reporting, budget preparation, tax and audit activities of the organization. In addition, the Senior Accountant is responsible for record keeping and management of donor funds as it pertains to the Museum’s capital campaign. The Senior Accountant is self-motivated; able to work independently; provide leadership when necessary; multitasks and meet deadlines –MORE–

     

     

     

     

     

  • San Diego Natural History Museum (The NAT)

    Security Officer (Part-Time, Regular) – 12/15/2023

    The San Diego Natural History Museum is seeking intuitive, reliable, attentive, detail-oriented individuals with strong communication and customer service skills as part-time/as-needed Security Officers. Security Officers are expected to uphold Museum rules and regulations by patrolling, observing, and reporting to the Facilities Manager and Facilities Director. Security Officers are also expected to set the example for Museum safety and stellar customer service, and assist Museum guests, employees, and vendors during emergency situations. Pay: $18/hr.  –MORE-.

    Mammalogist (Full-Time, Temporary) – 12/19/2023

    The Department of Bioservices at the San Diego Natural History Museum has an opening for a Field Mammalogist to assist with contracted field work. This position is a full-time (40 hours per week), term position, for a period of 18 months (ending 30 June 2025). The term may be extended pending suitable funding. All work is funded through grants and contracts. Pay: $29.17/hr –MORE-.

    AV Technician I (Part-Time, Regular)– 02/13/2024

    The San Diego Natural History Museum is seeking an AV Technician I that is self-motivated, technically knowledgeable person with a willingness to learn to support institutional audio/visual needs. The ideal candidate will be comfortable shifting roles and responsibilities throughout the day while continually maintaining a pleasant and professional demeanor. Pay: $21/hr. –MORE-.

    Invertebrate Zoology Apprentice (Part-Time, Temporary) – 02/27/2024

    The San Diego Natural History Museum is seeking an Invertebrate Zoology Apprentice (Part-Time, Temporary). STEM APPRENTICESHIPS: The San Diego Natural History Museum science research apprenticeship program provides training and mentoring in curation, imaging, databasing protocols, and collections-based research to students, to prepare them for continued advancement in biological sciences, which can translate to career pathways in academia and research, as well as biological consulting. Entomology DEPARTMENT PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Apprentices will learn how to prepare, accession, database, image, and file scientific specimens into the Invertebrate Zoology collection. Skills in invertebrate identification, taxonomic curation, and best practices in collections management will also be gained. Depending on the experience of the apprentice, there may be an opportunity to conduct specific collections-based research and fieldwork with the Curator. Apprentices will receive daily instruction, guidance, and follow-up for all tasks assigned. Apprentice must create a report / presentation on their work at the end of the apprenticeship. This will likely be data-focused, so an interest in data and data visualization is preferable. Pay: $18/hr –MORE-.

    Botany Department Apprentice (Part-Time, Temporary) – 02/28/2024

    The San Diego Natural History Museum is seeking a Botany Department Apprentice (Part-Time, Temporary). STEM APPRENTICESHIPS: The San Diego Natural History Museum science research apprenticeship program provides training and mentoring in curation, imaging, databasing protocols, and collections-based research to students, to prepare them for continued advancement in biological sciences, which can translate to career pathways in academia and research, as well as biological consulting. BOTANY DEPARTMENT PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The apprentice will learn the steps from acquiring herbarium specimens through filing them into the collection. Apprentices will learn how to mount/prepare, accession, database, image, and file scientific specimens into the herbarium collection. Skills in pest management, taxonomic curation, and herbarium good practices will also be gained. Plus, depending upon the experience of the apprentice, the Curator may conduct specific collections-based research work with the successful candidate. Apprentices will receive daily instruction, guidance, and follow-up for all tasks assigned. Apprentice must create a report/presentation on their work at the end of the apprenticeship. –MORE-.

  • San Diego Youth Symphony and Conservatory

    Production Assistant – Posting Date: 02/19/2024

    The San Diego Youth Symphony and Conservatory (SDYS) is seeking a part-time Production Assistant (PA) to provide a welcoming atmosphere at rehearsals and to contribute to the smooth running of rehearsals, events, and concerts. The PA will have a can-do attitude, provide excellent customer service, and be committed to our core values of commitment, creativity, equity, collaboration, and service. –MORE–

    Single Reeds Teaching Artist, Opus Project (Part-Time) – Posting Date: 02/19/2024

    The San Diego Youth Symphony and Conservatory (SDYS) is seeking a Single Reeds Teaching Artist, Opus Project (Part-Time). The Opus Project, Part of the KeyNote Family of Music Education Programs, is seeking Teaching Artists to support beginning and intermediate students in Chula Vista, City Heights, and/or Santee community programs. Our Teaching Artists build musical skills, teach fundamentals, amplify student creativity, serve as mentors and role models, and build community with students and families. They are committed to our core values of commitment, creativity, equity, collaboration, and service. These positions are responsible for providing beginning instrumental instruction to students in group class and/or full ensembles. They work in teams to create a joyful and holistic environment for musical learning in after-school instrumental music programs at public schools in the San Diego County region. These are part-time, hourly positions with some work events (e.g., student performances) on weekends and/or evenings depending on the season calendar and program schedule. Current Clarinet/Saxophone Openings: 1. Tuesdays & Thursdays from 2:45-5:15 pm in Chula Vista, CA + Flexible Prep. Status: Part-time (non-exempt), 6-20 hours per week Schedule: Hours are flexible according to availability, expertise, and program openings.Teaching Rate: $46-50 per hour (with benefits at 20+ hours/week). Prep Rate: $24 per hour. –MORE–

    Flute Teaching Artist, Opus Project (Part-Time) – Posting Date: 02/19/2024

    The San Diego Youth Symphony and Conservatory (SDYS) is seeking a Flute Teaching Artist, Opus Project (Part-Time). The Opus Project, Part of the KeyNote Family of Music Education Programs, is seeking Teaching Artists to support beginning and intermediate students in Chula Vista, City Heights, and/or Santee community programs. Our Teaching Artists build musical skills, teach fundamentals, amplify student creativity, serve as mentors and role models, and build community with students and families. They are committed to our core values of commitment, creativity, equity, collaboration, and service. These positions are responsible for providing beginning instrumental instruction to students in group class and/or full ensembles. They work in teams to create a joyful and holistic environment for musical learning in after-school instrumental music programs at public schools in the San Diego County region. These are part-time, hourly positions with some work events (e.g., student performances) on weekends and/or evenings depending on the season calendar and program schedule. Current Flute Openings: 1. Mondays & Wednesdays from 3:15-5:45 pm in Chula Vista, CA + Flexible Prep 2. Tuesdays & Thursdays from 2:45-5:15 pm in Chula Vista, CA + Flexible Prep. Status: Part-time (non-exempt), 6-20 hours per week. Schedule: Hours are flexible according to availability, expertise, and program openings. Teaching Rate: $46-50 per hour (with benefits at 20+ hours/week). Prep Rate: $24 per hour–MORE–

    Upper Strings Teaching Artist, Opus Project (Part-Time) – Posting Date: 02/19/2024

    The San Diego Youth Symphony and Conservatory (SDYS) is seeking a Upper Strings Teaching Artist, Opus Project (Part-Time). The Opus Project, Part of the KeyNote Family of Music Education Programs, is seeking Teaching Artists to support beginning and intermediate students in Chula Vista, City Heights, and/or Santee community programs. Our Teaching Artists build musical skills, teach fundamentals, amplify student creativity, serve as mentors and role models, and build community with students and families. They are committed to our core values of commitment, creativity, equity, collaboration, and service. These positions are responsible for providing beginning instrumental instruction to students in group class and/or full ensembles. They work in teams to create a joyful and holistic environment for musical learning in after-school instrumental music programs at public schools in the San Diego County region. These are part-time, hourly positions with some work events (e.g., student performances) on weekends and/or evenings depending on the season calendar and program schedule. Current Violin and/or Viola Openings: 1. Tuesdays & Thursdays from 2:00-4:30 pm in San Diego, CA (City Heights) + Flexible Prep 2. Tuesdays & Thursdays from 1:45-4:30 pm in Santee, CA + Flexible Prep. Status: Part-time (non-exempt), 6-20 hours per week. Schedule: Hours are flexible according to availability, expertise, and program openings.Teaching Rate: $46-50 per hour (with benefits at 20+ hours/week). Prep Rate: $24 per hour –MORE–

    Site Administrator, Opus Project (Part-Time) – Posting Date: 02/19/2024

    The San Diego Youth Symphony and Conservatory (SDYS) is seeking a Site Administrator, Opus Project (Part-Time). The Opus Project, Part of the KeyNote Family of Music Education Programs, is seeking a Site Administrator to support community programs in Chula Vista and City Heights. The Site Administrator is the primary contact for Opus families and site partners. They track and facilitate student enrollment and attendance, build community with students and families, plan site-based Opus events, communicate with families and partners about programming and activities, and support student social and emotional wellness as appropriate. They are committed to our core values of commitment, creativity, equity, collaboration, and service. During the school year, Site Administrators are provided with flexible (hybrid) hours of prep time for planning and additional time for site team meetings, professional development, and a biweekly department Zoom meeting. This is a part-time, hourly position with some work events (e.g., student performances) on weekends and/or evenings depending on the season calendar and program schedule. Rehearsals are held in person at public schools in San Diego County and follow the academic calendar of their respective district. Current Openings: 1. Mondays & Wednesdays from 3:00-5:45 pm in Chula Vista, CA + Flexible Prep 2. Tuesdays & Thursdays from 1:45-4:30 pm in San Diego, CA (City Heights) + Flexible Prep. Status: Part-time (non-exempt), 10-30 hours per week. Schedule: Hours are flexible according to availability, expertise, and program openings. Starting Rate: $20 per hour (with benefits at 20+ hours/week)  –MORE–

    Marketing and Communications Manager – Posting Date: 02/19/2024

    The San Diego Youth Symphony and Conservatory (SDYS) is seeking a Marketing and Communications Manager. San Diego Youth Symphony (SDYS), part of the KeyNote family of music education programs, is seeking a Marketing and Communications Manager. This role reports to the President/CEO and is an integral member of the leadership team of the organization. They are primarily responsible for: executing the marketing and branding strategies of the organization in collaboration with the President/CEO, working as a member of the development team to implement effective fundraising strategies and communicate with donors, and collaborating with the program team to support effective communication with SDYS’ primary stakeholders (families and students). –MORE–

    SDYS Program Manager- Posting Date: 02/19/2024

    The San Diego Youth Symphony and Conservatory (SDYS) is seeking a Program Manager.

    The SDYS Program Manager is responsible and accountable for the administration and management of the SDYS Youth Orchestra program and its related activities. With the Artistic Director, the President & CEO, and other artistic faculty, the SDYS Program Manager is responsible for maintaining high standards of pedagogy and operations in tandem with a commitment to ensuring a joyful, inclusive and positive experience for SDYS students and families. Responsibilities of the position include: program strategy, personnel management & collaboration, program management & oversight, staff internal collaboration, community engagement, and more. To apply, please send an email with a current resume and cover letter to hr@sdys.org.

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  • School in the Park

    Education Technologist – Posting Date: 02/13/2024

    School in the Park is seeking an Education Technologist. The Educational Technologist for School in the Park works both independently and in partnership with the SITP staff, museum educators, and classroom teachers to meet the program objectives. The primary responsibilities of the Educational Technologist is to provide support through technological integration in support of SITP curriculum development and bridging between museum and classroom curriculum, instruction, and assessment to create seamless learning for students. The Educational Technologist works in collaboration with the SITP Director and Lead Educator in curriculum development as related to the use of technology to support student learning and bridging back to the classrooms at each site. The Educational Technologist also supports the daily operations of SITP. The person must be: a creative problem-solver, able to manage multiple demands and tasks, have experience with and support diverse approaches to student learning, and have highly developed interpersonal skills. The Educational Technologist reports directly to the SITP Director. The Educational Technologist for School In The Park (SITP) is part of a collaborative effort that blends museum-based, experiential education with school-based, formal curriculum. The primary responsibility of the Educational Technologist is to support student learning at SITP. MORE–

  • The Fleet Science Center

    Science Center Experience Developer: – Posting Date: 11/17/2023

    The Fleet Science Center is looking for a Science Center Experience Developer. As a county-wide organization, the Fleet Science Center is committed to leveraging STEM and STEM learning in support of community priorities and aspirations. The Fleet’s Experience Developer supports this goal by translating STEM concepts into fun, memorable, and human-centered experiences that tell inspiring stories while meeting strong educational goals. This is a manager level position and requires a passionate and creative problem solver with demonstrated experience developing STEM exhibitions and exhibit pieces from conception through prototyping. The Science Center Experience Developer leads exhibit development committees, comprised of members of the Exhibits team and other departments, to achieve mission goals and objectives. All duties will be approached in a manner consistent with the museum’s commitment to inclusivity, collaboration, and connectivity. Do you enjoy tinkering and building your own gadgets from scratch? This role might be a great fit for you! –MORE– 

    Director of Major and Principal Gifts: – Posting Date: 12/04/2023

    The Fleet Science Center is looking for a Director of Major and Principal Gifts. The Director of Major and Principal Gifts supports the Fleet Science Center’s mission by developing and managing the Fleet’s major gifts program to support mission-based program initiatives and capital projects. Guided by the Fleet’s strategic plan and working collaboratively with the VP for Advancement, this individual will create strategies to meet current and future organization goals. The Director of Major and Principal Gifts is responsible for cultivating and managing relationships with high-level donors that will lead to increased and consistent diverse revenue for the Fleet. This individual will manage their own prospect/donor portfolio in various stages of identification, qualification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship. Responsible for the strategy and growth of the major and capital gift pipeline, the Director of Major and Principal Gifts will partner with the Development team, the CEO, members of the Board of Trustees and other volunteer leaders on researching and connecting with prospective new contributors. Possibility of a hybrid schedule with an option of two days work from home a week if desired.  –MORE– 

    Education Administrative Supervisor: – Posting Date: 02/05/2024

    The Fleet Science Center seeks an Education Administrative Supervisor. The Educator Administrative Supervisor supports the Fleet’s mission and visitor experience philosophy by providing a high level of administrative support to the Education Managers in the oversight of their programs and to the department as a whole when it comes to tracking and reporting on grants. This position requires strong attention to detail and organizational skills. The Administrative Supervisor will also manage other administrative support team members within the Education Department. –MORE– 

    Event Production Crew: – Posting Date: 02/05/2024

    The Fleet Science Center seeks an Event Production Crew. The Event Production Crew supports the Fleet Mission and Visitor Experience Philosophy by assisting in the preparation and execution of Meetings and Special Events held at the Fleet. Works with the Special Events Department to ensure that each event (internal or external) is carried out according to the work order and floor map in place and ensure that each guest attending the event experiences great customer service. This is an on-call position, but you are generally expected to work at least one event a month. Failure to pick up shifts may result in termination of employment. –MORE– 

    Café Team Member – Posting Date: 02/16/2024

    The Fleet Science Center is looking for a Café Team Member. The Café Team Member is responsible for a variety of duties within Craveology, and the theater concessions including, but not limited to providing excellent customer service, food preparation, cash handling, cleaning, and creating moments. –MORE–

    Gallery Attendant  – Posting Date: 02/16/2024

    The Fleet Science Center is looking for a Gallery Attendant. The Gallery Attendant supports the Fleet Science Center’s Mission by presenting Fleet guests and visitors with fun and innovative educational experiences related to our Ball Pool and upcoming Pause Play exhibit. This is a temporary position, currently expected to go through April or May of 2025. –MORE–

    Manager on Duty  – Posting Date: 02/16/2024

    The Fleet Science Center is looking for a Manager on Duty. The Manager on Duty (MOD) supports the Fleet Mission and Visitor Experience Philosophy by providing leadership for the staff and volunteers during regular business hours as well as special events. This position serves as the central point-of-contact for visitor service, cash related requests, emergencies, general facility, and Balboa Park questions. Will work closely with the Senior Manager of Group Sales and Special Events before, during and after special events. –MORE–

    Visitor Services Associate – Posting Date: 02/16/2024

    The Fleet Science Center is looking for a Visitor Services Associate. The Visitor Services Associate (VSA) supports the Fleet Mission and Visitor Experience Philosophy by greeting visitors, answering questions, and selling tickets and related items to visitors. Cheerfully addresses inquiries and/or problems that may arise with patrons with manager assistance, if needed. This is a part time position working a variable schedule to include weekends and holidays. –MORE–

    Concessions Team Member – Posting Date: 02/16/2024

    The Fleet Science Center is looking for a Concessions Team Member. The Concessions Team Member is responsible for a variety of duties within the theater concessions including, but not limited to providing excellent customer service, food preparation, cash handling, cleaning, and creating memorable moments. This position includes day, evening, and weekend shifts. –MORE–

    Accounting Clerk – Posting Date: 02/22/2024

    The Fleet Science Center is looking for an Accounting Clerk. The Accounting Clerk supports the Fleet Science Center mission and visitor experience philosophy by assisting with the full-cycle accounting process, including but not limited to – data uploads, deposits, payments, sales tax filings, and maintaining files. This is a full time position, eligible for the Fleet’s employee benefit package including medical, dental, vision, life insurance and 401k, in addition to paid vacation, holidays and sick time. –MORE–

    Seasonal Science Educator – Posting Date: 02/22/2024

    The Fleet Science Center is looking for a Seasonal Science Educator. The Seasonal Science Educator will teach Summer Camps and other School and Youth programs and assist with developing curriculum for these programs. The position reports to Youth Engagement Manager and School Programs Manager. This is a seasonal position supporting our Spring and Summer 2024 Educational Programs. Spring Staffing Hours: 15-20 Hours per week, Summer Staffing Hours: 20-40 Hours will vary by week, Summer Camp Training Dates: May 28-31, 2024, Summer Camp Dates: Tuesday, June 20-Friday, August 18, 2024. –MORE–

    Classroom Assistant – Posting Date: 02/22/2024

    The Fleet Science Center is looking for a Classroom Assistant. he Classroom Assistant supports the Fleet Mission Statement and Visitor Experience Philosophy by supporting educational programming designed for school groups and public audiences. This position will assist in providing hands-on, inquiry based educational programming and provide support for offsite Camps in Chula Vista and San Diego. Position reports to Youth Engagement Manager and School Programs Manager. This is a seasonal position supporting our Summer 2024 Educational Program. Summer Camp Training Dates: May 28-31, 2024, Summer Camp Dates: Tuesday, June 20-Friday, August 18, 2024, Summer Camp Hours: 25-30 Hours per Week.  –MORE–

     

     

  • The Museum of Photographic Arts (MOPA)

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  • The Old Globe

    Director of Philanthropy – Posting Date: 08/26/2023

    The Old Globe Director of Philanthropy. The Director of Philanthropy will continue evolving a comprehensive, modern, and sophisticated fundraising program to support the theatre’s acclaimed productions and community programs, overseeing an 11-person team in the areas of major, institutional, planned, and annual giving, as well as membership and special events. The initial focus will be evaluating, re-envisioning, and reengineering the way the Globe fundraises, and articulating an overarching fundraising philosophy in partnership with the Managing Director and Artistic Director. The Globe has retained the Diversified Search Group to assist in this confidential search process. Inquiries, nominations, and applications may be submitted at https://talent-profile.diversifiedsearchgroup.com/search/v2/20216, or directed to: Gerard F. Cattie, Jr. Managing Director and DSG Fundraising & Advancement Practice Leader Diversified Search Group gerard.cattie@divsearch.com. –MORE–.

    Pub Supervisor – Posting Date: 11/08/2023

    The Old Globe seeks a part-time Pub Supervisor to work with and supervise cashiering, prepping, and bar staff. Will work approximately 20-25 hours per week during productions. Must have cash-handling experience, good computer skills and be proficient in Microsoft Excel. Previous supervisory experience in food/beverage preferred. Evening and weekend availability required. $17.25 per hour plus ticket privileges and tips. Bartending and beverage service is required; must be at least 21 years of age to apply. Must acquire CA state-required RBS (Responsible Beverage Server) Certification. Must be able to pass a background check. Multilingual candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. Applicants should demonstrate a commitment to equity, diversity, inclusion and access, and anti-racism work in the theatre. The Old Globe is actively committed to fostering a culture of equity, diversity, inclusion, and access in all areas of our operation. By making intentional, actionable steps, we strive to make The Old Globe a place where theatre makers, employees, volunteers, audience members, and community members of all identities and backgrounds belong. The Old Globe welcomes candidates who demonstrate a commitment to these goals. Send cover letter and resume to HR@TheOldGlobe.org; please indicate “Pub Supervisor” in the subject line of your e-mail. –MORE–.

    Lady Carolyn’s Pub Staff (Part-Time) – Posting Date: 11/08/2023

    The Old Globe Theatre seeks hourly part-time staff for cashiering, food preparation, and bartending positions. Must be available to work Saturdays and Sundays, as early as 10:00 a.m. or as late as 11:00 p.m. Will work approximately 10-25 hours per week during productions. Candidates must be over 21 to work in Pub. Pub Staff must provide world-class customer service; be able to work in a fast-paced environment; have accurate cash-handling skills; and have the ability to multi-task, prioritize, and switch tasks when necessary. Food and beverage customer service experience and cash handling experience is required; Bartending experience preferred. Applicants should demonstrate a commitment to equity, diversity, inclusion and access and anti-racism work in the theatre. Position pays $16.80 per hour plus tips and ticket privileges. Must be able to pass applicable background check. The Old Globe is actively committed to fostering a culture of equity, diversity, inclusion, & access in all areas of our operation. By making intentional, actionable steps, we strive to make The Old Globe a place where theatre makers, employees, volunteers, audience members, and community members of all identities and backgrounds belong. The Old Globe welcomes candidates who demonstrate a commitment to these goals. Send cover letter and resume to HR@TheOldGlobe.org; please indicate “Pub Staff” in the subject line. –MORE–.

    Events and Suite Staff- Part-Time – Posting Date: 11/08/2023

    The Old Globe is seeking hospitable and conscientious individuals to join our Events and Donor Suite staff to fulfill two crucial roles; event support and donor concierge services. As part of the events staff, individuals will provide hands-on assistance and/or coordination to the Events Director before, during, and after donor cultivation and stewardship events. Duties include, but are not limited to, event set-up and take-down, clean-up, bartending, and greeting. If assigned as an Event Lead, that individual will be the onsite person responsible for the operations and logistics of the event. This includes having the ability to follow a detailed event sheet, troubleshooting event and guest issues, and reporting a summary of the event to the Events Director. As a Donor Suite Concierge, individuals will work shifts in the Lipinsky Family Suite, providing professional and high-quality hospitality to The Old Globe’s Circle Patron donors who are attending performances at the Globe. Bartending and beverage service is required, must be at least 21 years of age to apply. As a member of the Events and Suite Staff, individuals will regularly engage with the Globe’s top-level donors and must exhibit a high level of hospitality and patience. This individual must be able to manage donor issues and complaints calmly and professionally, and to fulfill a variety of roles. Must have (or obtain) state-required RBS (Responsible Beverage Server) Certification. Hourly pay rate range for the position is $16.80-17.50, plus tips; $16.80 per hour for Donor Suite Concierge and $17.50 per hour when working as Events Staff. Staff may also have ticket privileges. Previous experience in the hospitality industry and weekend and evening availability is required. This is a part-time position with a variable schedule. Employees must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 unless a medical or religious exemption applies. The Old Globe is actively committed to fostering a culture of equity, diversity, inclusion, & access in all areas of our operation. By making intentional, actionable steps, we strive to make The Old Globe a place where theatre makers, employees, volunteers, audience members, and community members of all identities and backgrounds belong. Please send resume and cover letter to HR@TheOldGlobe.org. Please indicate “Events/Suite” in the subject line of your e-mail. –MORE–.

    Assistant Technical Director – Posting Date: 11/08/2023

    The Old Globe Theatre seeks an Assistant Technical Director. Responsibilities include drafting (AutoCAD), technical design, and project management. The Assistant Technical Director works closely with the Technical Director and other Assistant Technical Directors to plan and oversee the scenic construction process, ensuring safe and efficient solutions for all scenery and automation. Candidates must have extensive knowledge of scenery construction and high-quality, efficient AutoCAD drafting skills. Knowledge of structural /mechanical design, and scenery automation is a plus. The Old Globe produces more than 14-productions each year in three theatres, which typically include two enhanced pre-Broadway musicals. The scene shop is a fully equipped 14,000-square foot facility with CNC router and extensive metal-working capacity. This position is an excellent opportunity to practice technical production at the highest level in regional theatre. Position pays $25.50 per hour. With earned overtime pay, expected average annual compensation range is between $53,000 and $63,000. Full-time with benefits including 401(k), vacation, health insurance, and holidays. The Old Globe is actively committed to fostering a culture of equity, diversity, inclusion, & access in all areas of our operation. By making intentional, actionable steps, we strive to make The Old Globe a place where theatre makers, employees, volunteers, audience members, and community members of all identities and backgrounds belong. The Old Globe welcomes
    candidates who demonstrate a commitment to these goals. Send cover letter and resume to HR@TheOldGlobe.org; please indicate "Assistant Technical Director" in the subject line of your e-mail.–MORE–.

    Associate Director of Philanthropy – Posting Date: 12/27/2023

    The Old Globe, located in San Diego’s beautiful Balboa Park, seeks an experienced development professional to identify, qualify, cultivate, solicit, and steward major gift donors. Reporting to the Director of Philanthropy and working with an experienced team of twelve development professionals, the Associate Director of Philanthropy will personally work with a portfolio of 100-120 prospects and donors capable of five to six figure gifts. The successful candidate will have a minimum of five years’ experience as a front-line fundraiser in a complex, donor-centered, nonprofit environment; have outstanding people, written, and oral communication skills; be a sophisticated and innovative thinker, a great listener, and innovative problem-solver; have a highly personalized approach to donors; and enjoy working with in a fast-paced, creative environment where one day is never like the next. The ideal candidate will be organized, utilize moves management software to its fullest capacity, and understand and value the importance of analytics in fundraising. The selected candidate will love theatre and be committed to theatre’s vital role in community. Salary range is $90,000-100,000. Full-time position with benefits including 401(k). Knowledge of donor relationship software vital; experience with Tessitura a plus. Must have a valid driver’s license and access to a vehicle for business use. Weekend and evening work is required. Must be able to pass applicable background check. Send cover letter and resume to HR@TheOldGlobe.org, subject: Associate Director of Philanthropy.–MORE–.

    Lead Ticket Services Representative – Posting Date: 01/03/2024

    The Old Globe Theatre in beautiful Balboa Park seeks an individual who is detail-oriented and experienced in both ticketing and customer service for the position of Lead Ticket Services Representative. Lead Ticket Services Representatives assist the Ticket Services Director and Assistant Ticket Services Director in all tasks of the ticket office including; processing ticket orders, running reports, overseeing special projects, training and mentoring Ticket Representatives, handling customer relations, and other administrative duties. Successful candidates will have strong ticketing experience (Tessitura ticketing system preferred) and excellent customer service including strong organizational and administrative skills with efficient follow-through on projects. Proficient computer skills utilizing Microsoft Excel preferred. Evening and weekend availability required. Must be able to pass applicable background screening. Hourly pay range is $19.00-$21.00/hour depending on experience. Full-time benefited position including 401(k) and theatre tickets. Send cover letter and resume to HR@TheOldGlobe.org; please indicate “Lead Ticket Rep” in the subject line of your e-mail.–MORE–.

    Head Sound Technician, Festival Theatre – Posting Date: 01/12/2024

    The Old Globe seeks a highly skilled and experienced theatrical sound engineer to fill its open Head Sound Technician position in the outdoor Festival Theatre. The Lowell Davis Festival Theatre operates seasonally from early summer into early Fall. The Head Sound Technician is responsible for: the installation, operation, and maintenance of sound equipment; supervising technicians and running crews; and the documentation of show and theatre information. The position requires several years of experience at Broadway style line mixing using state of the art equipment. Competitive candidates will have also have experience as an A2 and installing large format sound systems for live theatre. Desired skills and knowledge include: effective leadership and supervision of crews; deep knowledge of theatrical sound systems including operation, maintenance, and troubleshooting. A short list of equipment, software, and techniques that applicants are expected to have had experience with: DigiCo SD Consoles with T software, ClearCom (HelixNet and FreeSpeakII), QLab, Meyer Compass, Vectorworks, Microsoft Office, and Shure Wireless Workbench; power distribution, wireless frequency coordination, audio networking, low voltage electronics, video routing and closed circuit camera systems. Successful applicants should be self-motivated, adept at problem-solving, attentive to details and be able to supervise technicians while working efficiently and effectively under pressure. The Head Sound Technician must be present at all times that the theatre’s sound system is in use. Flexible schedule, including nights and weekends is required, as is the ability to lift up to 40lb and work at heights up to 40 feet. Must be able to complete and clear a background screening. This is a seasonal (May through September) IATSE Local 122 Union position. If the selected candidate is not a member of the Union, they will be required to join. Hourly rate is $28.14, benefits include IATSE local 122 pension and health plan contributions. Send cover letter and resume to HR@TheOldGlobe.org. –MORE–.

    Gift Shop Supervisor – Part-time- Posting Date: 01/19/2024

    THE OLD GLOBE in beautiful Balboa Park is looking for a hospitable and attentive person to work part-time in the theatre’s Gift Shop. Duties include opening and closing the gift shop, interacting with patrons, cashiering, stocking, inventory management, volunteer supervision, and running end of shift reports. The Gift Shop opens prior to performances and stays open through show intermissions as well as daytime weekend hours. Candidates must be available to work a flexible schedule that includes nights and weekends. A typical shift is three and a half to four hours, average weekly hours of 20-25 when in production. The hourly rate is $17/hour. Applicants must be able to complete and clear applicable background screening. Send cover letter and resume to HR@TheOldGlobe.org. Please indicate “Gift Shop Supervisor” in the subject line of your e-mail.–MORE–.

    Production Positions- Posting Date: 02/013/2024

    The Old Globe is seeking to fill open temporary positions in all shops: carpenters, electricians, sound technicians, properties, costumers, and wardrobe staff. Flexible schedule, including nights and weekends may be required. Must be able to complete and clear a background screening. In order to comply with Actors’ Equity Association (AEA) Guidelines for LORT Theatres, these position must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 unless a medical or religious exemption would apply. These positions are represented by IATSE Local 122.  Hourly pay range is $25.89 to $27.01 per hour. The Old Globe is committed to fostering a culture of equity, diversity, and inclusion in all areas of our operation; therefore we strongly encourage applications from populations underrepresented in the theatre field. Multilingual candidates are also strongly encouraged to apply. Send cover letter and resume to HR@TheOldGlobe.org. –MORE–.

    Prop Shop Foreperson – Posting Date: 02/13/2024

    The Old Globe Theatre seeks a Prop Shop Foreperson responsible for leading prop fabrication in support of The Old Globe’s 15  show season of a broad range of work from Shakespeare and the classical repertoire to world premiere musicals and plays on its three stages, touring productions, and Arts Engagement events. The position is ideal for highly qualified artisan, furniture maker, and shop manager. In this role, you’ll get to work with some of America’s best scenic designers, directors, and creative teams. Our well-equipped shop is tightly integrated into the rehearsal process and provides ongoing support to shows in performance. You will be an integral part of making our productions amazing. Responsibilities include: Supervising and working alongside props artisans, building and modifying stage properties to meet design specifications, furniture construction and restoration, hand prop creation, painting, sewing, creation of food and other prop materials, supporting ongoing productions, shop and warehouse maintenance, and providing regular safety training to department staff. Desired Skills: Crew supervision, carpentry, metal working (welding, braising, and finishing), art skills, (including painting, sculpture and design), sewing and associated crafts, Safe shop work practices, shop organization, tool and equipment maintenance, period styles, furniture construction, puppetry, casting, molding, faux painting techniques, electro-mechanical effects and pneumatics. Work schedule is 40 hours/week, 9am-6pm, with occasional overtime and weekend assignments. This is a full-time, IATSE Local 122 Union position available. Hourly pay rate is $28.14/hour; benefits include vacation, IATSE Pension, and Union Health plans. If the selected candidate is not a member of the Union, they will be required to join IATSE local 122. Send cover letter and resume to HR@TheOldGlobe.org, subject: Prop Shop Foreperson. –MORE–.

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