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Our vision is to be the leading cultural destination in the Great Lakes Bay Region, and a leader at the state and national level. Known and respected for our diverse, entertaining and education programming in art, science and humanities, we will inspire both audiences and participants.

Current Employment Opportunities:

 

Position Title: Guest Services Specialist
Supervisor: Ticket Office Manager
Classification: Part Time Non-exempt (Hourly)
Last Updated: March 24, 2021

POSITION CONCEPT:
Under the supervision of the Ticket Office Manager, or the Ticket Office Assistant Manager in
the absence of the Manager, the incumbent is responsible for generating revenue and providing
necessary support for all aspects of the Information Center and Ticket Office operations as
scheduled, while creating a positive guest experience that exceeds expectations utilizing the
service standards of safety, courtesy, guest experience and efficiency. Guests include visitors,
volunteers, staff and vendors.

APPLICATION INFORMATION
Email cover letter and resume to:

Tina Siegmund, HR, Payroll & Benefits Manager
Email: [email protected]

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CONTRACTED POSITION AVAILABLE: Music Director for Jesus Christ Superstar

DATES: Rehearsals in May/June/July. Performances planned for August 20-28, but flexible due to COVID-19.

COMPENSATION: $2,500 - $4,000, depending on whether candidate can serve as pianist.

DESCRIPTION: Midland Center for the Arts is a multi-disciplinary arts center located in Midland, MI, about 2 hours north of Detroit. We are home to the Midland Symphony Orchestra, a Sphinx partner and member of NAAS and a SOPA. Our community theatre group is seeking a music director to lead the pit orchestra for our upcoming production of Jesus Christ Superstar. Leadership can either be on the podium or from the keyboard depending on the skills of the desired candidate. With its themes of transformation and rebirth, this contemporary realization of the piece will deal with many of the challenges of 2020.

Rehearsals will be held 2-3 times per week in the evenings throughout the summer, with auditions in May and performances in August. A mutually-agreeable number of these rehearsals can be lead remotely. A finalized schedule will be dependent on the schedule of the music director and production team as well as any current state, federal and local mandates. Should the hired candidate live outside the Great Lakes Bay Region, limited travel expenses may be available to the ideal candidate for tech week and performances. Midland Center for the Arts is committed to adhering to extensive COVID-19 protocols to mitigate risk of transmission for community artists and audience members alike.

Qualified candidates should submit their resume to [email protected] on or before April 1, 2021.

Position Title: Busser/Dishwasher/Food Runner
Supervisor: Food and Beverage Manager
Classification: Part Time Non-exempt (Hourly)
Last Updated: March 31, 2021

POSITION CONCEPT:
Under the supervision of the Food and Beverage Manager this position is responsible for efficiently transporting dirty dishes to the kitchen, washing them and returning them to stock. This position may also transport food from the kitchen to the service area.

APPLICATION INFORMATION
Email cover letter and resume to:

Tina Siegmund, HR, Payroll & Benefits Manager
Email: [email protected]

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Position Title: Summer Center Educator
Supervisor: School & Public Program Manager
Classification: Temporary Non-exempt/ Up to 29 hours per week (June - August)
Last Updated: March 26, 2021

POSITION CONCEPT:
The Summer Center Educator will be responsible for leading engaging, educational camp sessions for children in one or more of the following topical areas: science, visual arts, theatre/performing arts, history or music (exploring basic rhythms). Summer Center Educators will also have the opportunity to work with general visitors by providing hands-on activities within our temporary exhibits or during special events.

APPLICATION INFORMATION
Email cover letter and resume to:

Tina Siegmund, HR, Payroll & Benefits Manager
Email: [email protected]

DOWNLOAD THE APPLICATION

Job openings are posted as they become available. Resumes and applications are accepted only when a position is posted.

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