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.
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Executive Director The Fisher Center’s Executive Director is responsible for the overall operation and financial sustainability of the Center and strategically leads and manages all administrative and production functions, as well as the critical, externally-facing fundraising and marketing and audience services departments. The Executive Director will serve as a strong and strategic partner to the President of Bard and the Fisher Center’s Artistic Director of Theater and Dance to implement the artistic vision in alignment with the Center’s mission and goals. The Executive Director will also actively support and collaborate with the numerous Bard College programs that are resident in the Fisher Center.
The Executive Director reports to Bard’s Vice President of Development and Alumni/ae Affairs and will play a visible and enthusiastic role as an ambassador and fundraiser for the Fisher Center. The Executive Director will build on the Center’s reputation as the preeminent performing arts center in the Hudson Valley and as a recognized incubator of new works on the international stage in order to generate significant new sources of support in the region and beyond.
Director of Production The Director of Production is a member of the Fisher Center’s senior management team and leads the Center’s production staff and production operations. The Director of Production is responsible for the planning, fiscal management, staffing, and execution of the technical and stage operations for all productions, residencies, concerts, and special events (both on- and off-site) produced or presented by Fisher Center Presents, Live Arts Bard, Bard’s Theater & Performance and Dance Programs, Bard SummerScape, The Orchestra Now, Bard College Conservatory of Music, and rental/partnership programs. The Director of Production directs the Center’s production facilities, personnel, and resources to deliver an excellent standard of support that furthers the mission of the Center and Bard College.
Audience & Member Services Assistant Manager The Fisher Center at Bard seeks an enthusiastic individual to join its world-class Audience & Member Services team.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Audience and Member Services Representative The Fisher Center seeks an Audience and Member Services Representative. Representatives work in the Box Office and are responsible for performing friendly and efficient transactions with our patrons.