Work for the Arts

Careers at the Hop

Current Openings at the Hop
 

Manager of Fellowships and Student Initiatives

Reporting to the Howard Gilman '44 Executive Director, the Manager of Fellowships and Student Initiatives advances the vision, goals and strategies of embedded arts-related student programs throughout their experience at Dartmouth and the Hop.

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Film Program Coordinator

Reporting to the Director of Film, this position supports the execution and management of an inspired, educational and enhanced film program. This role manages all campus and community-facing film programs and activities produced by the Hopkins Center in addition to the administration of all activities associated with Hopkins Center Film.

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Digital Communications Manager

The Digital Communications Manager develops, implements and evaluates the Hopkins Center's digital communications, including website, eblast, video, online platforms and digital advertising strategies. Reporting to the Director of External Affairs, this position works as part of the Marketing & Communications team and manages the Multimedia Associate.

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Producing Operations Coordinator

The Producing Operations Coordinator manages the operations and logistics of Hop Ensembles and Student Workshops under the direction of the Managing Director/Executive Producer including choral, instrumental and dance ensembles as well as craft studios in wood, metal and clay.

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Student Positions

Positions for Dartmouth students are always listed on the Student JOBnet.

One of the most diverse institutions of higher education in New England, Dartmouth College is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer and has a strong commitment to diversity. In that spirit, we are particularly interested in receiving applications from a broad spectrum of people, including women, persons of color, persons with disabilities, and veterans.

Hopkins Center Fellows Program

The Hop Fellows program is a student residency program with a defined curriculum designed for Dartmouth undergraduate and graduate students to examine the societal impact of the arts, to grow as leaders, and to explore career opportunities. Fellows collaborate with Hop professional staff and visiting artists and scholars in a variety of departments and projects.

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