Executive Director Position | Minnesota Dance Ensemble
The Minnesota Dance Ensemble has an immediate opening for its Executive Director position. The position pays $1,500 annual stipend with a percentage of fundraising income and is a permanent, part-time, 12 month position.

The Executive Director serves as the chief administrative officer of the Minnesota Dance Ensemble and is responsible for financial, development, administrative, and programmatic operations of the organization. Duties include assisting the Artistic Director with programming, supervising personnel, developing and managing fund raising opportunities, preparing and managing an annual budget, promoting the organization, and other duties as assigned.

The Minnesota Dance Ensemble is a modern dance company that produces annual educational and entertainment events. To learn more about the company visit:

To apply, send resume, cover letter, and the names and contact information of two professional references to: Minnesota Dance Ensemble, 913 West Saint Germain Street, Saint Cloud, MN 56301

Interviews for this position will start immediately and continue until filled with a target start date of August 1st.

Lighting Designer | GREAT Theatre
The Lighting Designer shall function as the light designer for all GREAT productions, camps and special events. This includes performance lighting, electrical effects, projections as well as any lighting or electrically “practical” scenery (projections, props, or costumes), and “special effects” such as fog and haze.

This position is full-time/Salaried and requires work on nights and weekends. The position will also require minimal travel (mostly within 60 miles of Waite Park) and lifting (up to 50 pounds).

Ideal start date of August 2018. Visit for complete job description

Artist Mentor | Boys and Girls Club of Central MN
The Youth Artist Mentor is responsible for the development, direction, management and implementation of a rich arts program that includes, but is not limited to, youth-designed visual art, fashion, costuming, technical illustration, draping, pattern-making, sewing, and photography. This can also include performance art on the Club’s stage. The Artist Mentor is responsible for delivering quality arts programming shaped by active influence and input from youth participants, using high expectations, hands-on skill building, technology and culminating events. The Youth Arts Initiative is based on Wallace Foundation’s Something to Say research report, and programming is founded on the 10 Success Principles for High Quality Arts Programming.

  • Part-time, 25 hours per week (Club hours M-F 1 – 9 p.m. school year; noon – 6 p.m. summer)
  • Education: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience
  • Experience: Markers of success the arts, 2D/3D arts, fashion &/or costuming.

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