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

    No positions listed at this time.

  • Forever Balboa Park

    AmeriCorps VIP Fellow  – Posting Date: 7/28/2022

    Forever Balboa Park seeks an AmeriCorps VIP Fellow. The AmeriCorps Volunteer Infrastructure Project (VIP) Fellow is a 1-year service position that inspires community volunteerism, connecting community members with their neighbors in need. The AmeriCorps VIP fellow will be building systems to track, support, manage, and train volunteers specifically in our various Balboa Park volunteer programs including the Garden Steward, Tree Steward, Trail Steward, Rose Garden Corps, Carousel Restoration programs and more. The AmeriCorps VIP fellow will also recruit one-time and skills-based volunteers and assist in raising funds to support the volunteer programs. This position reports to the Volunteer Manager. AmeriCorps VIP Fellow will have health coverage, childcare assistance if eligible, eligibility for CalFresh, a $2,000 monthly living stipend, and a $10,000 educational award (Segal Education Award of $6,495 and California For All Education Award of $3,505) upon completion of service term. –MORE-

    Administrative Assistant- Posting Date: 9/1/2022

    Forever Balboa Park seeks an Administrative Assistant. The Administrative Assistant for Forever Balboa Park (FBP) provides the President and CEO, the Executive Staff, and the Volunteer Manager with communications, calendaring, database, and administrative support. This position reports to the President and CEO, and the Volunteer Manager. The Administrative Assistant is a public-facing role, assisting the Forever Balboa Park team with communications, reporting, and project work with the trustees, staff members, park stakeholders, and public officials. The position serves as the administrative liaison to the Board of Trustees, working directly with the Board Chair and other trustees to support committee work, board meetings, scheduling, event planning, and donor activities. The Administrative Assistant interacts with our diverse cadre of 350+ volunteers while supporting the Volunteer Manager and the President and CEO. This is a terrific opportunity for an ambitious, people-focused professional with a passion for Balboa Park. Our generous benefits package includes paid time off, health insurance, dental insurance, vision insurance, life insurance, long-term disability insurance, and a 403(b) retirement plan with a 5% employer match.–MORE-

    Annual Giving and Stewardship Specialist- Posting Date: 9/1/2022

    Forever Balboa Park seeks an Annual Giving and Stewardship Specialist. The Annual Giving and Stewardship Specialist is responsible for supporting all fundraising initiatives for Forever Balboa Park (FBP), with a special emphasis on donor stewardship and annual giving programs. They will serve as a critical team member to sustain and grow the donor pipeline, annual giving, as well as help advance capital campaign initiatives. –MORE-

    Director of Visitor Experience – Posting Date: 9/1/2022

    Forever Balboa Park seeks a Director of Visitor Experience. As a newly created non-profit organization resulting from a merger, Forever Balboa Park has a long history as an active leader in the park, leading park improvement projects, programs, and advocacy efforts. We realize our mission via a staff of 16 full time employees, several hundred volunteers, and a volunteer board. The Director of Visitor Experience enhances every person’s visit to Balboa Park through their leadership and direction for Forever Balboa Park’s Visitors Center operations and related guest services–including but not limited to the Information Desk, Gift Shop, Park Ambassadors, custom tours, and building relationships in the regional tourism sector. The Director of Visitor Experience centers equity, diversity, inclusion and accessibility in their service of visitors and in support of organizational objectives. –MORE-

    Project Specialist/Landscape Design – Posting Date: 9/1/2022

    Forever Balboa Park seeks a Project Specialist/Landscape Design. As a newly created non-profit organization resulting from a merger, Forever Balboa Park has a long history as an active leader in the park through park improvement projects, programs, and advocacy. We realize our mission via a staff of 16 full time employees, several hundred volunteers, and a volunteer board. The Project Specialist is responsible for assisting the Director of Planning, Design, and Programs with the daily operations of the park improvement department to help facilitate and coordinate the success of all Forever Balboa Park projects and programs. Projects and programs examples are: tree inventory database management, garden enhancement and restoration, park volunteer curriculum development and coordination, etc.  Our generous benefits package includes paid time off, health insurance, dental insurance, vision insurance, life insurance, long-term disability insurance, and a 403(b) retirement plan with a 5% employer match. Compensation commensurate with experience.   –MORE-

    Retail Sales Associate – Posting Date: 10/20/2022

    Forever Balboa Park seeks a Retail Sales Associate. The Retail Sales Associate welcomes visitors and facilitates the sale of merchandise in the Visitors Center Gift Shop through friendly and attentive customer service with some additional responsibilities at the Visitor Services Desk as needed.  –MORE-

  • Institute of Contemporary Art San Diego

    No positions listed at this time.

  • Museum of Us

    Decolonizing Initiatives Manager – Posting Date: 05/11/2022

    The Museum of Us is seeking a Decolonizing Initiatives Manager. The Decolonizing Initiatives Manager is a position that supports the Museum’s Decolonizing Initiatives departmental priorities of positive transformative change. This position will develop and manage the new Decolonizing Initiatives Fellowship program and work interdepartmentally to support the Decolonizing Initiatives department work. The person in this position must be a skilled writer, non-profit administrator, collaborative project manager, and effective communicator. The person in this position must also be passionate about supporting a department that is grounded in decolonial and equity-based practices that focus on museum administrative skill-building, mentorship, anti-racism, anti-colonial/decolonial praxis, Indigenous sovereignty, and cultural anthropology. The Decolonizing Initiatives Manager is a full-time salary position that reports to the Senior Director of Decolonizing Initiatives. –MORE–

  • Mingei International Museum

    Security Guard (Part-Time) – Posting Date: 11/2/2022

    The Mingei is seeking a Part-Time Security Guard. Reporting to the Security Lead, Security Guards at Mingei International Museum ensure Museum guests, staff and volunteers experience a safe and welcoming environment while they visit the Museum and the surrounding outdoor areas. The Security Guard’s role is to observe and react intuitively and quickly, constantly modeling a respectable presence. Additionally, this position is expected to provide radical hospitality, and share general Museum and Balboa Park knowledge with visitors. Through these roles, Security Guards create an atmosphere in which all can enjoy their Museum experience. The hours for this position are Thursdays and Fridays 3 – 11pm and Saturday 1 – 6pm. Additional hours may be required to cover vacation, sick or special events. –MORE–

  • San Diego Air & Space Museum

    Temporary, Full-Time Exhibits Fabricator – Posting Date: 11/4/2022

    The San Diego Air & Space Museum seeks an Exhibits Fabricator to join our team. The Curatorial department and Fabrication Technicians provide a key service in developing and maintaining the overall look and experience of the Museum galleries. The Fabrication team works closely with the Museum curators and is responsible for the repair and maintenance of gallery exhibits and assistance in the construction of new exhibits. –MORE–

    STEM Education Assistant and Bus Driver – Posting Date: 11/4/2022

    The San Diego Air & Space Museum in Balboa Park seeks an Education Assistant/Bus Driver to join our team.  The STEM Education Assistant/Bus Driver drives the Museum’s mobile classroom to various locations in San Diego County and assists the Museum instructor at each site. This position is part-time but may lead to a full-time position as grant funding allows. The Museum will pay for required commercial driver training for the right candidate without bus driver certifications but willing to drive. –MORE–

    Guest Experience Representative – Posting Date: 11/4/2022

    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

    No positions listed at this time.

  • San Diego History Center 

    Manager of Community Learning – Posting Date: 5/9/2022

    The San Diego History Center seeks a Manager of Community Learning. Under the direction of the VP of Community Engagement, Education & Collections, the Manager of Community Learning is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of innovative, high-quality education programs at the San Diego History Center (SDHC) in Balboa Park and at the Junípero Serra Museum in Presidio Park. This role is responsible for maintaining a highly engaged culture among the two departments it oversees, motivating employees, and fostering an environment with high levels of teamwork, accountability, and communication. Interacting frequently with various audiences, this position also ensures program quality and consistency.–MORE–

    Visitor Engagement Associate – Posting Date: 5/9/2022

    The San Diego History Center seeks a Visitor Engagement Associate. Under the supervision of the Visitor & Volunteer Engagement Coordinator, the Visitor Engagement Associate (VEA) is responsible for providing high quality customer service and interpretation for visitors of the San Diego History Center (SDHC) museums (Balboa Park and Presidio Park locations). The Visitor Engagement Associate must provide excellent customer service and is an advocate for SDHC while interacting with the public to advance the organization’s Culture of Philanthropy. –MORE–

  • San Diego Junior Theatre

    Education Coordinator & Summer Camp Program Manager – Posting Date: 06/15/2022

    The San Diego Model Railroad Museum seeks an Education Coordinator and Summer Camp Program Manager. The position coordinates the delivery of museum educational programming under the guidance of the Director of Education. Works with department leadership to monitor and evaluate programming to improve outcomes and success of programming. The manager will organize with partnering organizations, schools, parents and professionals in the educational field to develop and implement camp and education activities directly related to supporting the museum’s mission.  –MORE–

    Assistant Production Manager – Posting Date: 05/19/2022

    The San Diego Junior Theatre is seeking a full-time Assistant Production Manager. Under the direction of the Production Manager, the Assistant Production Manager is a key member of the Production staff of San Diego Junior Theatre.  –MORE–

    Artistic Director – Posting Date: 08/30/2022

    The San Diego Junior Theatre seeks an Artistic Director. Reporting to the Executive Director, the Artistic Director will be responsible for all artistic planning activities, supervising all production staff, and promoting Junior Theatre in the community.  –MORE–

  • San Diego Model Railroad Museum

    Education Coordinator & Summer Camp Program Manager – Posting Date: 06/15/2022

    The San Diego Model Railroad Museum seeks an Education Coordinator and Summer Camp Program Manager. The position coordinates the delivery of museum educational programming under the guidance of the Director of Education. Works with department leadership to monitor and evaluate programming to improve outcomes and success of programming. The manager will organize with partnering organizations, schools, parents and professionals in the educational field to develop and implement camp and education activities directly related to supporting the museum’s mission.  –MORE–

  • San Diego Museum of Art

    Associate Registrar for Exhibitions – Posting Date: 5/12/2022

    The San Diego Museum of Art seeks an Associate Registrar for Exhibitions. The Associate Registrar for Exhibitions is responsible for the coordination of exhibitions and loans to and from the Museum, as well as the care, movement, and documentation of artworks from the permanent collection. –MORE–

    Associate Curator of Modern & Contemporary Art – Posting Date: 6/20/2022

    The San Diego Museum of Art seeks an Associate Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art. The Associate Curator will work with the Deputy Director for Curatorial Affairs to research, acquire, and interpret the Museum’s collection of Modern and Contemporary art, which includes approximately 6,000 works of art in various media, from American, European and Latin American art after 1900 to Photography, New Media and Contemporary Art from all cultures. The Associate Curator must be an accomplished professional with a record of publications, acquisitions, and exhibitions. –MORE–

    Special Events Assistant  – Posting Date: 7/05/2022

    Under the supervision of the Associate Director of Special Events and Corporate Relations, the Special Events Assistant will provide logistical and administrative support for special events produced by the Museum including; fundraising galas such as Art Alive, exhibition openings, donor receptions and dinners, as required. The Special Events Assistant will communicate pertinent information and conduct tours of the facility with potential clients interested in booking an event. The Special Events Assistant will also coordinate the annual Art Alive floral design floral installation with volunteer florists and the Art Alive Floral Committee. –MORE–

    Digital Marketing Assistant  – Posting Date: 7/11/2022

    The San Diego Museum of Art seeks a Digital Marketing Assistant. The Digital Marketing Assistant supports The San Diego Museum of Art’s marketing department through its digital communication platforms. Under the direction of the Manager of Marketing and Communications, this position assists in developing a variety of digital, multi-media and social media projects to support the promotion and operations of the Museum. The ideal candidate will be a creative storyteller with exemplary writing skills and a strong attention to detail who takes initiative and is capable of making connections across departments. –MORE–

    Lead Educator, Art+Empathy Programs – Posting Date: 7/11/2022

    The San Diego Museum of Art seeks a  Lead Educator for the Art+Empathy Programs. This position works with the Manager of Art+Empathy Programs and Educator, Art+Empathy Programs to develop and facilitate on-site programming related to the Museum collection and temporary exhibitions. Art+Empathy Programs are intentionally designed to foster depth of meaning and personal connections through onsite learning experiences that cultivate compassionate understandings that celebrate the connectedness of us all. This position will collaborate with the education team to facilitate enriching and creative strategies for engagement with multiple audiences. The ideal candidate should be creative, proactive, and have an interest in developing experiences that explore the ability of art to create enriching experiences for participants of all ages and cultural backgrounds. Additionally the ideal candidate should hold an interest in working with youth, families, and adults in ways that embrace their interest in art and cultivate empathetic connections between life and art. –MORE–

    Media Educator, Art+Empathy Projects – Posting Date: 7/11/2022

    The San Diego Museum of Art seeks a Media Educator for the Art+Empathy Programs. The Media Educator for Art+Empathy Projects will assist the Manager of Art+Empathy Projects and Innovation on the planning and facilitation of Art+Empathy educational programming to include public performances, library and literacy programs, and digital programs. The Media Educator for Art+Empathy Projects will also assist on various administrative duties for the Education Department. The ideal candidate should be energetic, proactive, innovative, and have a passion for the ability of art to promote empathy between people. –MORE–

    Jr. Graphic Designer/ Production Artist – Posting Date: 11/11/2022

    The San Diego Museum of Art seeks a Jr. Graphic Designer/ Production Artist. The Jr. Graphic Designer/Production Artist works in the Graphics Department.  Key responsibilities include production of a wide variety of signs and printed material.  The Jr. Graphic Designer/Production Artist assists in the creation and placement of museum exhibition, marketing, and way-finding signs.  Some evening and weekend hours are required. –MORE–

    Curatorial Administrator – Posting Date: 11/11/2022

    The San Diego Museum of Art seeks a Curatorial Administrator. The Curatorial Administrator assists the Deputy Director in the daily running of the Curatorial Department. This includes calendaring, exhibition organization, Rights and Reproductions administration, preparing agendas, loan administration, and correspondence. –MORE–

    Museum Attendant III – Posting Date: 11/11/2022

    The San Diego Museum of Art seeks a Museum Attendant III. This position is a blend of our Gallery Attendant, Event Attendant, and Custodial Maintenance positions. Under the direction of the Museum Attendant Supervisors, this position provides security to the Museum, conducts minor maintenance and custodial services, and supports Museum events with set up and break down. –MORE–

    Lead Educator, Art+Empathy Programs – Posting Date: 11/11/2022

    The San Diego Museum of Art seeks a Lead Educator, Art+Empathy Programs. This position works with the Manager of Art+Empathy Programs and Educator of Art+Empathy Programs to develop and facilitate on-site programming related to the Museum collection and temporary exhibitions. Art+Empathy Programs are intentionally designed to foster depth of meaning and personal connections through onsite learning experiences. This position will collaborate with the education team to facilitate engagement with multiple audiences through strategies designed to cultivate compassionate understandings that celebrate the connectedness of us all. –MORE–

    Media Educator, Art+Empathy Projects – Posting Date: 11/11/2022

    The San Diego Museum of Art seeks a Media Educator, Art+Empathy Projects. The Media Educator for Art+Empathy Projects will assist the Manager of Art+Empathy Projects and Innovation on the planning and facilitation of Art+Empathy educational programming to include public performances, library and literacy programs, and digital programs. The Media Educator for Art+Empathy Projects will also assist on various administrative duties for the Education Department. –MORE–

     

     

  • San Diego Natural History Museum (The NAT)

    Special Events Lead (Part-Time, Regular) – Posting Date: 6/21/22

    The San Diego Natural History Museum is seeking for a passionate mission supporting Special Events Lead. They will be responsible for overseeing the load-in and load-out of events, assisting in the management of Special Events Staff and having a Museum presence. This position requires the coordination of on-site event activities, including working with vendors, clients and guests, while continually maintaining a pleasant and professional demeanor. Hours are determined on as-needed basis. –MORE-

    Special Events (Part-Time, Regular)- Posting Date: 6/21/22

    The San Diego Natural History Museum is seeking for a passionate mission supporting Special Events Staff. They will be responsible assisting with the load-in and load-out of events, assisting in the set-up and break-down of Museum events, assisting in ensuring the safety of the Museum, having a Museum presence. This position requires the coordination of on-site event activities, including working with vendors, clients and guests, while continually maintaining a pleasant and professional demeanor. Hours are determined on as-needed basis. –MORE-

    Senior Director of Human Resources (Full-Time, Regular) – Posting Date: 8/11/22

    The San Diego Natural History Museum is looking for a passionate, mission supporting and natural history-loving individual to be our Senior Director of Human Resources. In this role, you will develop and implement Human Resources strategies and planning for the Museum as well as handling day-to-day management in all HR areas. You will serve as point of contact for all employees regarding HR issues and will advise senior management on HR strategic planning and policy development. In addition, you’ll manage and coach the People and Culture Coordinator who is responsible for the recruitment and hiring for our 180+ staff. –MORE-

    Security Officer (Part-Time, Regular) – 8/29/2022

    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. –MORE-

    Collections Manager – Herpetology (Full-Time, Regular) – 9/18/2022

    The San Diego Natural History Museum seeks a full-time professional for the position of Collections Manager for the Department of Herpetology. The collection contains over 76,000 cataloged specimens dating back to 1891 including the largest rattlesnake collection in the world. Our holdings mostly come from southern California and Baja California but also contain specimens that span the globe. –MORE-

    Paleontology Postdoctoral Researcher (Full-Time, Temporary) – Posting Date: 10/20/22

    Applications are invited for a Postdoctoral Fellowship position in the Department of Paleontology at the San Diego Natural History Museum (SDNHM). The James R. Colclough Paleontology Postdoctoral Fellowship supports research in marine mammal paleobiology and evolutionary biology. The Fellowship was created to honor the memory of James R. Colclough, longtime volunteer in the Department of Paleontology, and is funded by the James R. Colclough Paleontology Endowment. –MORE-

    Special Events and Bar Manager – Posting Date: 10/21/22

    The San Diego Natural History Museum is seeking a Special Events and Bar Manager that will coordinate event production and manage the beverage program. This position is a critical role in the Institutional Advancement Department, which works to elevate reputation, build advocacy, and raise funds for The Nat. –MORE-

    AV Coordinator (Full-Time, Temporary) – Posting Date: 11/3/22

    The San Diego Natural History Museum AV Department is seeking a self-motivated, technically knowledgeable AV Coordinator 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. –MORE-

    Field Botanist (Full-Time, Temporary) – Posting Date: 11/3/22

    The Department of Bioservices at the San Diego Natural History Museum has an opening for a Field Botanist. This position is a full time (40 hours per week), term position, for a period of 18 months (ending 30 June 2024). The term may be extended pending suitable funding. All work is funded through grants and contracts. –MORE-

    Field Ornithologist (Full-Time, Temporary) – Posting Date: 11/3/22

    The Department of Bioservices at the San Diego Natural History Museum has an opening for 1-2 Field Ornithologists 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 2024). The term may be extended pending suitable funding. All work is funded through grants and contracts. –MORE-

    Public Programs Manager (Full-Time, Regular) – Posting Date: 11/11/22

    The San Diego Natural History Museum is seeking a dedicated Public Programs Manager to develop and manage our adult programs (including lectures, classes, evening programs) and staff-lead floor programming for the Museum’s Education department. –MORE-

    Visitor Services Associate (Part-Time, Regular) – Posting Date: 11/11/22

    The San Diego Natural History Museum is seeking enthusiastic and friendly part-time Visitor Services Associates (VSAs) to assist guests at our Admissions Desk, Giant Screen Theater, and at Museum and exhibit entries. VSAs provide Museum guests an unparalleled customer service experience in a fast-paced, educational, and entertaining environment. The ideal candidates will be comfortable shifting roles and responsibilities throughout the day while continually maintaining a pleasant and professional demeanor. –MORE-

    Curator of Entomology – Posting Date: 11/16/22

    The San Diego Natural History Museum is seeking a dynamic Curator of Entomology who will be an integral part of the Biodiversity Research Center of the Californias (BRCC) and research team within the Museum.  The Curator of Entomology directs entomological research and collections, helping lead, inspire, and steer research and conservation at the Museum. Candidates should maintain an independent research program, but also work with other curators on interdisciplinary studies and collaborate with the region’s biologists. –MORE-

    Visitor Services Coordinator (Full – Time, Regular) – Posting Date: 11/23/22

    The San Diego Natural History Museum Visitor Services department is seeking an experienced, full-time Visitor Services Coordinator (VSC) to assist with running daily, frontline admissions operations and providing superior customer service to Museum guests at our Admissions Desk, Theater, Museum and exhibit entries. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills are required, with the ability to solve customer problems quickly and efficiently, while upholding Museum initiatives and standards. Candidates must be dependable, trustworthy, professional, and positive at all times as this position is primarily focused on providing an engaging guest experience while leading a team of Visitor Services department staff. –MORE-

  • San Diego Youth Symphony and Conservatory

    Community Program Assistant – Posting Date: 7/27/2022

    The San Diego Youth Symphony and Conservatory is seeking a Community Program Assistant. The Community Program Assistant at San Diego Youth Symphony and Conservatory (SDYS) provides on-site relationships and logistical support at multiple after-school Opus sites. They have excellent administrative and people skills, are flexible and intuitive and are able to serve as primary contact for each of their sites. They will be able to collaborate with colleagues and partners and be cross-culturally responsive. They will be committed to our core values of commitment, creativity, equity, collaboration, and service. –MORE–

    Production Assistant – Posting Date: 7/27/2022

    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–

    Teaching Artist – Strings – Posting Date: 7/27/2022

    The San Diego Youth Symphony and Conservatory is seeking a Teaching Artist to support beginning and intermediate students in Chula Vista and/or City Heights, and to teach private/group lessons to beginning and intermediate students in Balboa Park, online, or other locations. 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. –MORE–

    Early Childhood Teaching Artist – Posting Date: 7/27/2022

    The San Diego Youth Symphony and Conservatory (SDYS) is seeking a part-time Teaching Artist for its ChIMES (Childhood Introduction to Music Education, with Smiles) program. Teaching Artists teach classes for children 0-5 years old and their parents/caregivers, as well as to groups of preschool, TK (transitional kindergarten) or kindergarten students at contracted sites. Our team begins to build musical skills, creativity, movement, and social-emotional skills for young children. They also build healthy attachments between children and parents/caregivers or teachers. The interactive classes incorporate singing, dancing, movement and hands-on play with instruments, all while paving the way for future musical development and participation in ensemble experiences. –MORE–

    Graphic Design Assistant – Posting Date: 7/27/2022

    The San Diego Youth Symphony and Conservatory (SDYS) is seeking a part-time Graphic Design Assistant to provide day-to-day support of SDYS’ program and fundraising goals through internal and external graphic design and communications assistance. She/he/they are responsible to the Marketing and Communications Manager in a busy, team environment. –MORE–

  • The Fleet Science Center

    Café Team Member – Posting Date: 04/6/2022

    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–

    Neighborhood Coordinator (part time)  – Posting Date: 08/31/2022

    The Fleet Science Center is looking for a Neighborhood Coordinator. The Neighborhood Coordinator supports the Fleet Mission Statement and Visitor Experience Philosophy by providing customer service and support for the Wraparound Services for STEM Learning (WSSL) grant project funded by the Department of Navy Office of Naval Research. Performs administrative duties related to the grant project including maintaining communications and relationships among National City’s diverse business, education, scientific, and community-based organizations. –MORE–

    Director of Education Programming & Community Partnerships – Posting Date: 08/31/2022

    The Fleet Science Center is looking for a Director of Education Programming & Community Partnerships. The Director of Education Programming and Community Partnerships provides leadership, vision, and management of education programs and partnerships that advance the Fleet’s mission and strategic initiatives. This individual leads teams charged with supporting STEM learning ecosystems, connecting scientists and engineers with the public and building deep relationships with the many neighborhoods of San Diego County. –MORE–

    Development Manager – Posting Date: 10/4/2022

    The Fleet Science Center is looking for a Development Manager. The Fleet Science Centers Development Manager supports the Fleet mission by effectively managing the Annual Fund Campaign, acting as the Development teams point person for the annual Gala fundraiser and assisting the Director of Membership and Donor Relations with the Luminary Society (donors of $1,250 or more) and special campaign initiatives. –MORE–

    Event Production Crew – Posting Date: 10/4/2022

    The Fleet Science Center is looking for 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.  The crew works with the Special Events Department to ensure that each event (internal or external) is carried out according to the workorder and floor map in place and ensure that each guest attending the event experiences great customer service. –MORE–

    Science Educator – Posting Date: 10/4/2022

    The Fleet Science Center is looking for a Science Educator. The Fleet Science Center’s Science Educator supports the Fleet Mission Statement and Visitor Experience Philosophy by providing educational programming designed for school groups and public audiences.  This position will teach Fleet workshops, outreach programs, School in the Park classes, summer camps, birthday workshops, assembly shows, Girl/Boy Scout and other youth and adult programs and assist with developing curriculum for these programs. –MORE–

    Building Maintenance Technician – Posting Date: 11/3/2022

    The Fleet Science Center is looking for a Building Maintenance Technician. The Fleet Science Center’s Building Maintenance Technician supports the Fleet Mission and Visitor Experience philosophy by performing general maintenance, repairs and preventive maintenance throughout the building. In addition, this individual is responsible for providing support to all department and visitor needs throughout the facility. –MORE– 

    Seasonal Evening Café Team Member – Posting Date: 11/3/2022

    The Fleet Science Center is looking for a Seasonal Evening 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. This is a seasonal position, primarily working evening shifts through end of December with a possibility of an extension. –MORE– 

    Seasonal Visitor Services Associate – Posting Date: 11/3/2022

    The Fleet Science Center is looking for a Seasonal 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. Seasonal employment through January 8th, 2023. –MORE– 

     

  • The Museum of Photographic Arts (MOPA)

    Collections and Exhibitions Coordinator – Posting Date: 02/10/2022

    The Museum of Photographic Arts seeks a Part-time (Hourly) Collections and Exhibitions Coordinator to be responsible for the project coordination and support of the overall care of the Museum of Photographic Art’s collection of more than 8,500 objects, 20,000+ books, periodicals, and ephemera, as well as the museum’s exhibition program of 7-10 exhibitions per year.  –MORE–

    Event Technician/Projectionist – Posting Date: 02/10/2022

    The Museum of Photographic Arts seeks a Part-time (hourly) Event Technician/Projectionist to execute audio/visual tasks for special events at the Museum of Photographic Arts. Scope of events may include but are not limited to lectures, film screenings, wedding ceremonies, panel discussions, live theater performances, exhibition openings, and award ceremonies. Must be detail-oriented, organized, and punctual. The position will be responsible for executing technical elements of the event and communicating with clients and the event team. The position must have the ability to work well with the general public and possess the ability to make critical decisions under pressure.   –MORE–

  • The Old Globe

    Institutional Grants Manager – Posting Date: 05/20/2022

    The Old Globe seeks a skilled and experienced Institutional Grants Manager for one of the most renowned regional theatres in the nation. Reporting to the Director of Philanthropy, the Institutional Grants Manager is responsible for managing all aspects of foundation and government funding, including identifying, researching, and cultivating foundation and government funders. The Institutional Grants Manager will develop and write proposals and reports and will steward institutional funders.  –MORE–

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