Careers 2017-10-17T12:40:14+00:00

Arts & Culture Employment Opportunities

Search here for local, regional, and national arts and cultural job openings.  This is a resource list provided by Arts Services Initiative as one of the ways we help connect those in the arts and cultural field to multiple opportunities.  This is just one of our services to the non-profit arts and cultural organizations and individuals in our community.  NOTE: If you would like additional information on any of these positions, please contact the hiring organization directly.

Some general arts and culture career job sites include:

P.A.T.H. Inc. is seeking a Creative Art Therapist to provide group and individual art sessions in our Enrichment Center in Buffalo. Our Enrichment Center is a safe place for lives to be enriched and hope to be restored through therapeutic support. Our clients include women and children who are victims of assault and exploitation. This position is a part-time opening with opportunity for growth and expansion.

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Non-profit art school, Locust Street Neighborhood Art, is looking to hire an experienced ceramic artist to instruct their ceramics class. All donation-based/free classes are instructed with individualized attention, as they are student driven drop-in classes.

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The Irish Classical Theatre Company is looking to fill the position of Part-Time Development/Administrative Assistant immediately. The Assistant will provide administrative support to the Director of Development and the Director of Marketing.

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The Buffalo Zoo is seeking a dynamic, energetic, experienced and polished Director of Development to lead the Zoo’s fundraising and external relations programs. To apply, please send resume and cover letter in Word document or PDF by email to: by August 11, 2017. No telephone calls please.

Buffalo Zoo – Director of Development Job Posting 2017

The Marketing and Development Coordinator creates and oversees the implementation of a strategic approach to fundraising which may include major gifts, corporate donations, online fundraising, grant solicitation, third party fundraisers and event management. Coordinator also promotes danceability through marketing efforts.

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The Operations Manager (OM) is a member of the Operations Team and reports to the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO). This position will provide critical operations support to members of the Foundation’s Leadership Team and the Foundation’s various Function and Project Teams, in managing several key areas, including but not limited to: operations, facilities, information and technology, and human resources.

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The Buffalo Center for Arts and Technology is seeking to fill the position of Administrative Office Assistant. We are looking for someone who is highly detail oriented, a proactive thinker, well organized, and can work in a fast paced and changing non-profit environment in order to ensure organizational effectiveness.

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Explore & More Children’s Museum is seeking an experienced operations & accounting manager to run business operations for its location in East Aurora, New York and future home in downtown Buffalo at Canalside.

This dynamic accounting and operations professional must be highly organized with excellent customer service skills and the ability to meet a full range of operational responsibilities during a time of change, growth & relocation.

Explore & More – Operations & Accounting Manager


Evening program assistant will be in charge of all administration interaction between families, volunteers and the danceability office during class hours. Evening office duties, including, but not limited to answering phones, accepting tuition & communicating with families.


Have steelworkers in your family? Remember the days when Buffalo was an industrial powerhouse? Looking for a way to give back to the community? Consider joining the Steel Plant Museum of Western New York’s leadership team!
We currently have two Director positions and a Recording Secretary position open, and we are seeking candidates for these volunteer opportunities.
No non-profit experience required—we will happily mentor and train any successful candidates! We are looking for passionate, motivated, and active community members who want to help us preserve the history of the steel industry in Western New York.
If interested, please contact the museum at (716) 821-9361 or by email at for more information.

If you have an arts/culture position opening, please submit your information to and we would be glad to add it to our listing and include in our monthly e-newsletter.

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