Employment and Volunteer Opportunities

Job Opportunities

DIRECTOR OF EDUCATION AND COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT PROGRAMS
Application Deadline: October 1 or until position is filled.
Position status: Permanent full-time salaried position
Salary: $60,000-$72,000 with benefits

The Seattle Chamber Music Society seeks a Director of Education and Community Engagement Programs who is experienced in building partnerships and programming for sustainable, year-round youth and adult education events. This role is responsible for the development of Seattle Chamber Music Society’s relationships within the community to build programming in the Center for Chamber Music and in neighborhoods and schools throughout the area in partnership with the Artistic Director and Executive Director.

OPERATIONS MANAGER
Application Deadline: September 21 or until position is filled.
Position status: Permanent full-time salaried position
Salary: $55,000-$65,000 with benefits

The Seattle Chamber Music Society seeks an innovative, experienced, and creative partner for the open position of Operations Manager. The Operations Manager is responsible for virtual and in-person event logistics, daily operations, technology, venue rentals, and scheduling for the Seattle Chamber Music Society (SCMS). This important role acts as a CRM administrator, IT troubleshooter, and facilities manager.


Volunteering

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE SUPPORT

Administrative Support: Assist with a variety of in-office activities, such as Seattle Chamber Music Society mailings, thank you calls, filing and more. This position is filled on an as-needed basis.

For more information, please contact Kimberly Fulghum.

DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANT

The Development Assistant works with the Director of Development to create stewardship and fundraising materials, research and identify potential funding opportunities, produce patron events and communications, and maintain records and reports in our Salesforce-backed database. The position provides the opportunity for the volunteer to contribute to the health and well-being of an award-winning and financially sound performing arts organization by assisting with both administrative tasks and patron-facing, community outreach activities.

READ THE FULL DESCRIPTION HERE.

USHERS

Provide ushering support for our Winter Festival in January and our Summer Festival in July. Our dedicated volunteer ushers share our love for classical chamber music, as well as our commitment to delivering the highest of service to our patrons. If this sounds like you, we welcome you to join our volunteer usher team! Commitments can be for as little as one concert, and training is provided. Typical tasks include program preparation and general ushering (ticket taking, handing out programs, and assisting patrons to their seats).

For more information about ushering please email Amanda Sharp with your name and phone number.

Internships

Currently, we do not have any internship openings.