Work for the Arts

Work for the Arts

Current Openings at the Hop
 

Company Manager

The Company Manager is responsible for the planning and advancing of performing artist visits associated with the professional presenting and producing program at the Hopkins Center for the Arts.

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Development Associate

Reporting to the Senior Donor Relations Officer, this position supports development efforts and is responsible for all aspects of Hopkins Center membership and annual giving, including strengthening the programs through development, strategy and execution of program appeals.

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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. Coordinates and produces video content for Hop On-Demand and to promote initiatives and Hop events.

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Visitor Services Manager

Reporting to the Director of External Affairs, the Visitor Services Manager oversees ticketing operations and serves as the bridge between the Box Office and other Hop and Dartmouth departments. They are responsible for developing, implementing and assessing systems that ensure excellent visitor experience, increase accessibility and promote diversity in Hop audiences. 

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Box Office Assistant (temporary)

As part of the Hop Box Office management team, assists in selling tickets, communicating with patrons, overseeing student ticket sellers, and performing daily operations of the Box Office.

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Marketing & Communications Assistant (temporary)

The Marketing & Communications Assistant works to support the Senior Marketing Manager in spreading the word out about Hop events and programs. 

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Production Supervisor (temporary)

The Production Supervisor is needed to coordinate and oversee the setup, execution and tear down of performances for Hopkins Center evens in accordance with pre-determined execution plans.

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Senior House Manager (temporary)

The Senior House Manager (SHM) manages public events for the Hopkins Center as member of the Hopkins Center Events Office. Reporting to the Events Managers, the SHM assists in the training and supervision of Ushers and House Managers, supports administrative functions of the Events Office, and coordinates special projects as needed in conjunction with other Hopkins Center departments.

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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.