Employment Opportunities

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The Ordway is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity Employer. Women, people with disabilities, and people of color are encouraged to apply for positions.

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Full-time Positions

Director of Individual and Planned Giving
The Director of Individual and Planned Gifts will manage and broaden individual philanthropic support at the $1,000 level and above (Leadership Circle). The Director will be responsible for developing and implementing comprehensive cultivation, solicitation and stewardship strategies, identifying major donor prospects, preparing funding and acknowledgement correspondence, and developing relationships with colleagues to stay informed of emerging organizational needs.

Website and Web Applications
The Website and Web Applications Developer is responsible for maintaining, troubleshooting, and expanding the organization’s external and internal websites and web applications.

Stage Door and Front Lobby Attendant
The Stage Door and Front Attendant is responsible for providing a safe and secure environment for employees, performers, patrons, vendors, renters, and contractors.

 


Part-time Positions

Stage Door and Front Lobby Attendant
The Stage Door and Front Attendant is responsible for providing a safe and secure environment for employees, performers, patrons, vendors, renters, and contractors.

Usher
The Usher is responsible for greeting, admitting, and directing patrons, and is the primary face of the Ordway while providing for the enjoyment, safety, comfort, and quality Ordway Joy.Centerstage experience of audience members.

ARTwalk Curator
The ARTwalk Curator is responsible for curating the 2015 ARTwalk, and annual exhibition of student artwork in downtown St. Paul in conjunction with the Ordway’s Flint Hills International Children’s Festival.


Internships

Education Intern
The Education Intern is responsible for assisting the successful sales and marketing of education programs to support work that is presented onstage through the Target World Music and Dance series, Performing Arts Classroom series, and Flint Hill International Children’s Festival (FHICF).

Education Communication Intern
The Education Communications Intern is responsible for assisting the in the successful communication and implementation of programs to support work that is presented onstage and provide administrative assistance for projects developed for Education and Community Engagement Events.