OPPORTUNITIES

DIRECTOR OF EDUCATION & COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT 

The Director of Education & Community Engagement is part of, and works closely with, the Advancement Team, and is responsible for managing and growing programs that educate and engage our patrons, the community, K-12 students, adults, teachers, and university-level students and staff. This position assists in the company’s efforts to enhance existing equity, diversity, and inclusion initiatives and community multicultural relationships. This position manages department associates, teaching artists, and volunteers, and works closely with, and reports directly to, the General & Artistic Director.

View the complete job description to learn more. To apply, please forward your cover letter and résumé in pdf format to pbohr@pbopera.org.


ARTISTIC ADMINISTRATION MANAGER

Palm Beach Opera seeks an Artistic Administration Manager to begin full-time work in summer 2022.  This position will support the Director of Artistic Administration in the planning and implementation of all artistic activities, encompassing three mainstage productions and the three-tiered artist development program that includes the Benenson Young Artist Program, Bailey Apprentice Program, and PBO Studio. The Artistic Administration Manager will also support the Director of Production & Facilities, manage a seasonal Artistic & Production Assistant, and work collaboratively with all other departments.  The ideal candidate will be highly-organized, meticulously detail-oriented, and a creative problem solver with excellent communication skills.

View the complete job description to learn more. To apply, please forward your cover letter and résumé in pdf format to pbohr@pbopera.org. Please address communications to James Barbato, Director of Artistic Administration.


TEACHING ARTIST

Teaching Artists play a fundamental role in Palm Beach Opera’s work within the greater Palm Beach County area (and beyond). As a practicing artist and performer, your knowledge, experience, and point-of-view help to shape the future of opera education for children, families, and neighbors across the County.

Teaching Artists deliver programming independently and in teams to various sized groups of varying age levels and abilities in schools, community centers, and cultural organizations. Teaching includes strategy planning with Palm Beach Opera staff and may include: attending professional development sessions, carrying out administrative responsibilities (such as written lessons plans, assessments, and invoices), meeting with Palm Beach Opera Staff, and other duties as needed.

View the complete job description to learn more and visit pbopera.org/education to become more familiar with our various programs. Submit your resume and a brief cover letter to education@pbopera.org by September 3, 2021. We anticipate a training summit to commence in mid-September and school programs to begin in October 2021.

TEACHING ARTIST: NEURODIVERSE PROGRAMMING

As part of a team of Teaching Artists, the Teaching Artist (Neurodiverse Programming) will help shape, construct, and deliver programming with special consideration given to programming for neurodiverse groups, including children and adults on the autism spectrum. This includes participating in the instruction of the Interability Chorus, a partnership with Palm Beach Opera, Whole Vibes Music Therapy, and the Els Center of Excellence as well other opportunities to influence curriculum decisions to ensure programming is accessible and useful for a neurodiverse population.

View the complete job description to learn more and visit pbopera.org/education to become more familiar with our various programs. Submit your resume and a brief cover letter to education@pbopera.org by September 3, 2021. We anticipate a training summit to commence in mid-September and school programs to begin in October 2021.

TEACHING ARTIST: VIRTUAL

As part of a team of Teaching Artists, the Virtual Teaching Artist will help shape, construct, and deliver virtual programming for children and families in the digital space. This includes the delivery of PBO’s popular Story Time Series digitally (e.g., through Zoom, Google Meets, WebEx, etc) as well as new and adapted programming.

View the complete job description to learn more and visit pbopera.org/education to become more familiar with our various programs. Submit your resume and a brief cover letter to education@pbopera.org by September 3, 2021. We anticipate a training summit to commence in mid-September and school programs to begin in October 2021.


SUPERNUMERARIES

We are now expanding the talent pool of supernumeraries for our 2021 Season. Whether an expert or a novice, all are welcome! Each production has a limited number of supernumerary roles (or extras). These people perform as guards, sailors, townsfolk, matadors, clergy, etc. according to the needs of the production.

We are looking for enthusiastic and dependable people of all ages and types.  As a member of our silent but critically important supernumerary cast, you’ll receive a stipend, get tickets to dress rehearsals, meet new people, and have lots of fun!  To be considered and added to our active list, email pbohr@pbopera.org.


VOLUNTEERS

Palm Beach Opera offers exciting volunteer opportunities to both students and adults. Volunteers provide vital support by assisting various departments with mailings, customer service, attending opera functions and so much more.  If you are interested in becoming a Palm Beach Opera volunteer please contact us at 561.833.7888 or email volunteer@pbopera.org.

Are you looking to join our team?

Please view individual listing instructions to apply. If you have any questions or would like to be considered for future opportunities that are not currently listed, please submit a cover letter and resume PBOHR@pbopera.org.