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Box Office Representative at Goodspeed Musicals
Goodspeed Musicals seeks a box office representative to sell tickets and provide information about our organization’s events, in person at the box office and by phone. Must be comfortable working with a computerized ticketing system, have a professional demeanor, and provide superior customer service. Part-time position includes weekdays, weekends and some evenings. 15-20 hours per week through December. Send cover letter and resume to . No phone calls.  Deadline Oct. 15, 2019

Development Officer at Lyman Allyn Art Museum
The Lyman Allyn Art Museum seeks a development officer with a proven record of success for a part-time contracted position. Reporting to the Museum Director, this senior consultant will identify and engage new supporters to dramatically increase the financial sustainability of the Lyman Allyn Art Museum. The ideal candidate has at least a BA in the Humanities. A track record of successful fundraising experience is required. Applicants should be energetic, goal-oriented and creative and possess the ability to work both independently and collaboratively. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the contract is awarded. Please send cover letter and resume with references to: Search Committee, Lyman Allyn Art Museum, 625 Williams Street, New London, CT 06320. Applications may also be filed via email to The Lyman Allyn Art Museum is an equal opportunity employer.

Executive Director Search at Stonington Historical Society
The Stonington Historical Society, located in Stonington, CT a coastal community in Southeastern Connecticut, seeks a dynamic, imaginative, and proven fundraiser to serve as its executive director. Supported by a strong community presence and a broad base of support, the Society’s mission is to preserve, interpret, and celebrate the history of Stonington.  Stonington’s shared cultural heritage includes native peoples, farmers and fishermen, explorers and entrepreneurs, artists and authors, and more. The Executive Director will work collaboratively with the President and report to an engaged and committed Board of Directors, providing strategic vision, direction, development, and administrative leadership for this prominent nonprofit. The Stonington Historical Society is a vibrant and active organization with a strategic plan in place. Current grant funded projects are underway from the National Park Service for a marine archaeological survey of Stonington Harbor and from the State of Connecticut DECD for the creation of a permanent exhibit on the life of Venture Smith in Stonington. The Society is poised to launch the public phase of a capital campaign that will provide restoration, preservation, and access to the Lighthouse Museum. 
The ideal candidate will be an outgoing and personable museum professional with a proven record of success in community engagement, fundraising, grant writing, administration, capital campaigns, community collaborations, donor stewardship, and volunteer management. Also essential are a passion for history, effective written and verbal communication skills, financial literacy, and the ability to lead both board and staff with tact and diplomacy. The Stonington Historical Society operates two seasonal museums including the Captain Nathaniel B. Palmer House, a National Historic Landmark and the Lighthouse Museum at Stonington Point, as well as the Richard W. Woolworth Library & Research Center. The Society’s sites are an important community resource and attract a significant number of visitors. The director of development and communication, the library director, and the museum curator report directly to the executive director. A business manager provides financial support on a contract basis.
Education and Experience
The ideal candidate will have:
• A minimum of 5+ years’ experience in nonprofit museum leadership with proven results in community engagement, financial sustainability, and capital campaign experience.
• Proven leadership and organizational skills, management experience, financial literacy, and effective communication skills.
• A graduate degree or equivalent experiences in museum studies, history, public humanities, preservation, or other related field is preferred.
For consideration, please send a letter of interest and a current resume or CV to:
Executive Search Committee at

Goodspeed Musicals – various positions, including:
Kids Company Academy Teaching Artist
Electrics apprentice/spotlight operator
Audio Apprentice/Audio Swing
Wig Apprentice

To apply, submit cover letter, resume, availability and list of three references to Goodspeed Musicals is an equal opportunity employer dedicated to building a culturally diverse and equitable environment, and strongly encourages applications from people of color and women.
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The Katherine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center- Old Saybrook
The Kate keeps a roster of sound and lighting technicians to join or supplement house crew. To be considered, send material and contact information to with subject line “Kate Tech Crew.”

Bar/Concessions Staff
The Kate is looking for enthusiastic individuals to join our Bar/Concessions staff. This position is part-time/as needed.  Scheduling is completed in month blocks at least 2 weeks in advance and is based on the Kate’s production/show schedule.  This position requires evenings/weekends but has great flexibility in scheduling.  Shifts are typically 3-5 hours. Bar/Concessions Staff is responsible for preparing Bar/Concessions for shows, keep the space clean, Point of Sales system/handling money, and restocking.