Job Opportunities

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  • Marketing Assistant posted on 07/25/2017

    The Old Globe Theatre

    The Old Globe seeks a highly-motivated individual to be part of our marketing team. Duties include prospecting for promotional opportunities; distributing marketing materials; overseeing ticket giveaway program; overseeing and assisting with marketing events; maintaining marketing archives and filing; assisting with various Marketing projects as assigned. Ideal candidate will be a self-starter, detail-oriented, and highly proficient in Microsoft Office programs, particularly Excel; experience with Tessitura ticketing system a plus.

    Qualifications include a BA or equivalent or 1-3 years related experience; flexible schedule allowing for evening and weekend events; valid driver license with a clean driving record. Theatre or arts-related background strongly preferred. Must be able to complete and clear a background screening.

    Full-time position with benefits. The Old Globe is committed to building an inclusive and accessible environment and strongly encourages applications from populations underrepresented in the theater. Salary commensurate with experience. Send cover letter and resume via e-mail to

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  • Deputy Director of Development posted on 07/25/2017

    The Old Globe Theatre

    The Old Globe is seeking an experienced, results-oriented, development professional to manage the operations of its development department and to work directly with and supervise major gifts and individual giving team members. This position will work with the Director of Development to create and implement development plans and reports, work with key staff to manage events and activities, identify and cultivate donor prospects, and manage donor stewardship.

    The Old Globe is the nation’s sixth largest regional theatre with an annual budget of $24 million and an annual fundraising goal of more than $8.5 million. This position reports directly to the Director of Development and works with an accomplished development team of eleven. The Deputy Director attends to personnel and operations, allowing the Director to work with the Globe’s leadership donors, Board of Directors, and senior staff leadership to grow contributed income exponentially through a series of strategic funding initiatives.

    Duties include supervising and working with development staff to execute focused and comprehensive strategies for identifying, engaging, soliciting, and stewarding donors of all levels and from all constituencies; helping to design and implement strategies to increase the number of and upgrade donors; managing key development projects, such as the annual Globe Gala and the Annual Meeting; leading the annual fund initiatives for the Friends of The Old Globe (donors under $2,500), Circle Patrons (donors over $2,500), and overseeing donor research.

    The successful candidate must exhibit excellent written and verbal communication skills, strong leadership and interpersonal skills, and have familiarity with moves management systems. Knowledge of Tessitura is a plus. Master's degree (M.A.) or equivalent; or four to seven years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience required. Must be able to pass a background check. Valid driver’s license, insurable driving record, and vehicle required. Reply with cover letter and resume to: Human Resources,

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  • Arts Engagement Teaching Artist posted on 07/21/2017

    The Old Globe Theatre

    The Old Globe, San Diego’s largest performing arts organization is seeking a part-time Arts Engagement Teaching Artist to help support current programming initiatives. We have a strong commitment to diversity and inclusion and are looking for highly motivated, charismatic individuals with a strong background working with diverse multi-generational audiences.

    Multilingual candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. Four to six years of experience as a professional theatre artist and/or educator required, including experience creating lessons plans and executing a plan of study. Practical theatrical experience with an emphasis on playwriting, directing, dramaturgy, and production a plus.

    Candidates must have excellent communication and organizational skills as well as the ability to work both independently and collaboratively. Must be able to pass a background check. Some weekend and evening hours are required. Send cover letter and resume to

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  • Production Intern - seasonal posted on 07/12/2017

    San Diego Opera

    San Diego Opera is seeking a Production Intern to work with stage management staff for our upcoming 2017/18 season. There are two separate contract periods, fall 2017 (September 14th to November 12th, 2017) and winter/spring 2018 (January 3rd to March 30th, 2018).

    Music reading skills and stage management experience a plus. This is a paid position (San Diego minimum wage plus some overtime). Send resume to

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