Director of Education and Outreach | Paramount Center for the Arts
The Director of Education and Outreach oversees the daily operation of the Paramount Center for the Arts’ Education and Outreach program, including on and off-site activities. This individual is responsible for developing and supervising a comprehensive program of activities connecting performing and visual arts in meaningful and creative ways to individuals, partnerships and community-based organizations.

Download Director of Education and Arts Job Description

The Paramount Center for the Arts is multi-disciplinary facility serving 90,000 patrons per year with over 275 annual facility-wide events. Located in Downtown St Cloud, Minnesota, the center consists of 3 exhibition galleries, a gift store, visual arts studios offering 110 classes in a variety of visual arts, an education and outreach department serving organizations throughout Central Minnesota, and a 97year old, 800 seat Historic theater.

Interested applicants should electronically submit a letter of interest and comprehensive Curriculum Vitae to Bob Johnson, Executive Director, between now and April 1, 2018. Telephone and onsite personal interviews will subsequently be arranged with qualified applicants in May 2018 with a plan for the selected candidate to start in late June or early July 2018.

Executive Director | Mankato Symphony Orchestra
The Orchestra is seeking a visionary steward who, under the direction of the board of directors, will collaborate with the Music Director to continue to grow the Orchestra artistically and financially. The Executive Director assumes responsibility for the management of all resources needed to achieve the orchestra’s mission. This position is responsible for overall day-to-day management of the Mankato Symphony’s administrative, marketing, public relations, fundraising, planning and development, financial operations, and other duties as assigned. The position reports to the Board of Directors through the board President.  

For complete position description visit
Deadline: Sunday, March 11th 2018, 11:45pm

Fundraising and Audience Development Manager|CSB/SJU
The Fundraising and Audience Development Manager, reporting to the Director of Community Engagement, is responsible for connecting the mission of Fine Arts Programming (FAP) to current and new donors, sponsors, and audiences to ensure strong revenue, craft marketing strategy, and expand and deepen audiences. This position will work with the larger FAP team to provide research and assessment of community, market, and current audience that will inform the strategic direction of the Fine Arts Series in order to identify challenges, new partnerships, and growth areas. In response, this position will be responsible for developing multi-dimensional campaigns that are responsive to our diversity of programming and our central MN market and community. The Fundraising and Audience Development Manager will help write grants for Saint John's University and College of Saint Benedict in support of the Fine Arts Series performances and residency.

The position is Full Time Benefit eligible. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. For complete job posting visit

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.

For complete job description and online application visit

Mn Artists (Opportunities) -
Explore Minnesota's art scene by browsing communities and content.

Springboard for the Arts - Job Board
The Job Book announces openings sent to Springboard for the Arts from arts-friendly organizations and companies, primarily in Minnesota.

Americans for the Arts Job Bank -
Have you used the Americans for the Arts Job Bank this month? It's a free service and links you to jobs in the arts as well as other regional, local, and discipline-based job banks from across the country. Post your job or resume today. You may also purchase job ads for inclusion in the Monthly Wire. E-mail the managing editor at for more information.

To Post a Job Listing, email Job description, documents, or links to