Careers at the Hop

Careers at the Hop

Current Openings at the Hop

Senior Development Manager

Reporting to the Hopkins Center Executive Director, the Senior Development Manager is responsible for all areas of development including events and activities both regionally and nationally. With oversight of endowments, annual funding, sponsorships, stewardship and the Hopkins Center Board of Advisors, the Senior Development Manager plays a vital role in Hopkins Center philanthropic activity and is deeply engaged in donor, patron and prospect relationship building.

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Multimedia Associate

Creates rich, targeted communications to engage patrons and students, share stories of strategic importance to the Hop, and promote events.

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Administrative Coordinator

Discover an amazing opportunity to work in Arts Administration at the Hopkins Center for the Arts, a nexus of creativity in the Upper Valley. Working in the Director's Office, this position will gain exposure and work with a collaborative team of creative professionals who believe in the power of the arts to transform lives

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Senior Projectionist

Reporting to the Director of Film, the Senior Projectionist is responsible for the implementation and coordination of all technical aspects of the Hop Film program. This is a part-time, benefits-eligible position that regularly collaborates with Facilities, Front of House Management, Production, Classroom Technology Services (CTS), Conferences and Events as well as external vendors.

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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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