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Employment

Heights Arts is currently hiring community-minded people who are passionate about the arts. Below are currently open positions.

 

PLEASE NOTE: We will not consider incomplete applications. Before you begin your application, please make sure you have read the job description thoroughly and be prepared to submit the following in PDF format only. Incomplete submissions or materials in the incorrect format will not be accepted.

 

ALL APPLICANTS:

  • Cover Letter
  • Resume

MARKETING INTERN, SOCIAL MEDIA, or any PROGRAM position will also require:

  • 1 previous writing sample
  • 1 original writing sample about Heights Arts using a photograph or graphic from our website. The information is listed in the job description so you can be prepared prior to applying.

ALL INTERNSHIP POSISITIONS

  • 3 professional or educational references are required with your application. Other positions will be asked for references later in the application process.

Interested in volunteering with us? Learn more here.

 


Program Manager, Full Time, Exempt

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled

Hiring Process:  Please apply online by submitting your resume and cover letter. The hiring committee will interview finalists in person, and will require two writing samples targeting different audiences, of no more than 500 words, to be written on-site. The samples must demonstrate the attributes outlined in the “General” and “Required” section of the job description. The position will remain open until filled.

No phone calls, please.

 

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General Description:  The Program Manager is a grant-funded position with opportunity for advancement. Reporting directly to the Executive Director (ED), the Program Manager (PM) manages and supports program staff and volunteer community teams in the administration and presentation of all Heights Arts’ programs including public art, visual arts (exhibition and store), literary, music, membership (artist, individual, and business), and community partner / rental programming. As the main contact for all programs, this position will maintain professional standards including timely communication and attention to detail and oversee public relations and communications to ensure the mission of the organization and its activities are accurately represented. Strong communication and interpersonal skills are necessary to effectively tell the Heights Arts story.

See the full job description HERE


Administrative and Social Media Content Assistant, Part Time

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled

No phone calls, please.

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General Description:  The Administrative and Social Media Content Assistant is a part-time position, which will support staff and Heights Arts program committees in the administration and implementation of all programs including public art, visual arts (exhibition), literary, music, and membership (artist, individual and business) programming. The position will provide support in creating contracts, meeting agendas and general administration of Heights Arts programming. This key position reports to the Executive Director (ED) Program Manager (PM) and General Manager (GM).

See the full job description HERE


Intern, Exhibition and Store, Part Time

Two, twelve-month-long, ongoing internships each year

Internship A: (May 1 through April 30)
Internship B: (August 1 through July 31)

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Eligibility: Internships are available for university undergraduate and graduate-level students and recent graduates of university programs. Working artists will be evaluated and accepted on a case-by-case basis. College Credit for the internship may be arranged through your university.

Compensation: Compensation:  $12.00 per hour.  Interns will receive a $500 (net) bonus upon successful completion of the full internship and its requirements.

See the full job description HERE


Intern, Heights High Exhibition Community Team

Applications will be accepted February 1, 2024 through February 29, 2024

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Eligibility: Rising Juniors of Cleveland Heights High School. Students are required to obtain a Cleveland Heights High School teacher recommendation.

Compensation: The Heights Arts Exhibition Subcommittee position reserved for a high school student comes with a $250 stipend, with half distributed mid-year and the balance at end of term.

Heights Arts is accepting applications from rising Juniors of HHS to serve on its Exhibition Sub-Committee. This is an opportunity for students to experience a “behind-the-scenes” look into the process of producing an art exhibition. They will gain valuable skills in leadership while obtaining hands-on experience in every aspect of successful visual art exhibition.

 

Full internship description HERE 


HEIGHTS ARTS HIRING POLICY

Heights Arts does not discriminate based on race, creed, color, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression, age, height, weight, physical or mental ability, veteran status, military obligations, and marital status.

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