Employment Opportunities


Annual Fund Director

The Annual Fund Director is responsible for oversight, strategy, and monitoring of the Symphony’s growing individual giving programs, with a focus on growing the annual fund through the development of a broad base of support and a significantly increased major giving program. This person will have primary responsibility for overseeing a direct mail program, a telefund effort, the membership program and the Conductor’s Club. In addition to building close relationships with donors, the Annual Fund Director’s success will depend on communication and coordination with Symphony program directors, Development staff as well as the Board of Directors. S/he will also represent the Symphony externally in the arts and non-profit community when appropriate. 

This self-motivated individual will be an experienced fundraising professional able to succeed in a dynamic, fast-paced and growing performing arts institution. A passion for and experience in the performing arts is essential.

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Administrative Services Associate

The Administrative Services Associate is responsible for providing general support to the Symphony, including greeting the public via telephone and in person from the second floor reception desk; answering questions, providing information or directing inquiries to the appropriate department; handling ticket requests from those calling the main phone number and providing ticketing support to the ticket office as needed; opening mail, logging checks and invoices and distributing appropriately; remitting the daily deposit to the bank; providing general support to the administration and its auxiliaries.

This self-motivated individual will possess excellent judgment and decorum, as well as exceptional communication, organizational, administrative and inter-personal skills. The successful candidate will be a creative problem solver, detail-oriented, computer literate, able to maintain composure in a fast paced environment and an excellent team player. A passion for the performing arts is essential.

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Orchestra Personnel Manager

The Orchestra Personnel Manager is responsible for the human resource management of orchestra personnel, including overseeing application of the Master Agreement, preparing payroll, scheduling contract musicians, hiring substitute and extra musicians, coordinating auditions, addressing musician personnel issues and serving as liaison between musicians and the Music Director, guest artists and administrative staff. This position serves as an integral member of the Artistic Operations staff, contributing to the creation of exceptional symphonic music presentations and patron experiences.

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For more information about employment, contact:

Sally Pettegrew
Jacksonville Symphony Association
300 Water Street, Suite 200
Jacksonville, FL 32202
[email protected]


Auditions


Bass Trombone

Auditions: January 28-29, 2018

Please submit your resume in PDF format before December 4, 2017. Emailed resumes will not be accepted.

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Repertoire list is available below.

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Internships


The Jacksonville Symphony offers unpaid internships to college students. Internships may be available in Artistic Operations, Development, Education & Community Engagement, Marketing, and Public Relations. To some degree we are able to tailor an internship to suit the student’s needs and skill set.

For more information about internships, contact:

Sally Pettegrew
Jacksonville Symphony Association
300 Water Street, Suite 200
Jacksonville, FL 32202
Fax 904-354-9238
[email protected]


AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
The audition committee reserves the right to dismiss immediately any candidates not meeting the highest artistic standards. The winning candidate will be required to present proof of his/her legal eligibility to work in the United States. If the position is won by a member of the Jacksonville Symphony, runner(s)-up may be offered the resulting opening.