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Employment at the Fisher Center

Interested in joining the team of the one of the nation’s most adventurous performing arts centers?  Our open positions are listed below.  
The Fisher Center is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer committed to a diverse and inclusive work environment.

Applications will be accepted via e-mail only and will be reviewed until a position is filled. Applicants will not be contacted individually to confirm receipt of materials. Only applicants under consideration will be contacted. No calls or in-person visits, please. General inquiries or applications may be sent to fishercenter@bard.edu

Learn more about working at Bard at the Bard College Office of Human Resources website. 

Development Positions

The Fisher Center will soon expand the team of colleagues who share a passion for advancing the arts through strategic fundraising. Individuals with demonstrated experience meeting fundraising goals in any area of a comprehensive development program are invited to submit a letter of interest and resume to:

SummerScape Audience & Member Services Positions

We have part-time opportunities in the Box Office, Front of House, and the Spiegeltent for the SummerScape season.  Selected seasonal staff may continue in year-round positions.

Audience and Member Services Representatives
Representatives work in our Box Offices and are responsible for completing friendly and efficient transactions with our patrons.

Front of House Team
Outgoing ushers and parkers play a crucial role in the artistic experience by being the first point of contact with event-goers.

Spiegeltent Hosts
Our Spiegeltent hosts play a critical role in creating a safe, enjoyable, and unique guest experience.

For additional information and to submit your cover letter and resume, contact David Steffen, Director of Audience and Member Services at dsteffen@bard.edu.

Audience and Member Services Manager

The Audience and Member Services Manager oversees all daily operations and activities of the Fisher Center’s box office and membership program. Functions include overseeing a team of Representatives, daily operation, configuration and maintenance of our Tessitura/TNEW ticketing system, membership program administration, and the delivery of an exemplary guest experience for our patrons. This is a non-exempt, full-time position.

House Manager

As a key member of the House Management team, the House Manager provides administrative support to the Senior House Manager and co-supervises the entire Front of House team. The House Manager seeks to consistently provide an excellent experience for audiences and a professional, supportive and fun environment for his/her team of ushers and parkers.

Assistant or Associate Production Manager (APM)

The APM is responsible for day-to-day oversight of the technical production activities of the Fisher Center.  The APM works with the other members of the Fisher Center production team to provide an excellent standard of production support for all activities taking place in or produced by the Center.
 

Part-Time Casual Stage Technicians

We are currently looking to hire experienced, professional Part-Time Casual Stage Hands in the following departments: Carpentry, Electrics, Audio and Visual, Costume Shop, Properties, Concerts and Lecture Support. 

Building Operations Assistant

Accepting applications for a part-time building operations assistant. We seek individuals with backgrounds in security or facilities management who are comfortable working independently.  Duties include opening/closing the building and ensuring the secure operation of the building and the safety of its users and activities. The position has frequent interaction with the public, students, and artists while overseeing the facility and responding to user requests.  To apply please email cover letter and resume to Mark Crittenden, Fisher Center Facility Manager, at crittend@bard.edu.