Michigan Opera Theatre Jobs & Part-Time Opportunities

Michigan Opera Theatre, a non-profit organization, is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Michigan Opera Theatre is supported by private donations, foundation and corporate grants, the State of Michigan through the Michigan Council for the Arts and Cultural Affairs, and by the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal Agency.

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Development Associate

 The Development Associate for Michigan Opera Theatre assists the Manager of Individual Giving to strategize, design and implement MOT’s annual fund campaign, including budgets, timetables and collateral materials. He/she provides support and research assistance to members of the Development Team, fulfills donors benefits for donors of all levels, and supports Patron events and initiatives.

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Position Qualifications:

Note: The job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee.

Position Reports to:   Patron Services Manager, Individual Giving

Classification status:  Full time, exempt, salaried

Last updated:   12/14/2017

Application Process:

To Apply for this position in confidence, please send resume and cover letter to: Employment@MOTopera.org

Michigan Opera Theatre is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  We value diversity in our workforce.

 

Manager of Foundation and Corporate Relations

The Manager of Foundation and Corporate Relations works closely with development leaders  and team members to plan and implement strategies for the prospecting, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of foundations, corporate foundations, and government agencies. This position is responsible for researching and recommending funding opportunities, preparation of proposals and grant applications, and reporting to funders.  He/she is responsible for corporate and foundation donor stewardship, and for establishing and strengthening long-term partnerships with institutional donors that will result in funding for the immediate and long-term goals of MOT.

Specific Responsibilities:

Position Qualifications:  

Note: The job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee.

Position Reports to:     Chief Development Officer
Classification status:       Full time, exempt, salaried
Last updated:       12/15/2017

Application Process:

To Apply for this position in confidence, please send resume and cover letter to: Employment@MOTopera.org

Michigan Opera Theatre is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  We value diversity in our workforce.

Sell Subscriptions for MOT

Be a voice for the Michigan Opera Theatre.

Looking for a few outstanding phone reps to call opera patrons for subscriptions. This is a part-time position.  Mondays-Thursdays, 5:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m. (availability to start as early as 3:00 preferred) and Saturday mornings.

Creative, exciting atmosphere.
Ideal second job. Ideal job for recently retired professional.
Perks include Free Tickets.

If you are a great communicator, motivated and dependable, please call (313) 961-3500,  option 6, extension 3208, and leave a message.

Similar experience preferred but not necessary. A passion for the Arts, and for Opera in particular, a plus!

Parking Center Staff

The Herman Frankel | Opera House Parking Center is accepting applicants for the positions of cashier, attendant, and flagger. Call Bob or Paul at (313) 965-4052.

Maintenance, Ushers, Bar Staff and Security

To apply for part-time maintenance, security, bar staff or staff usher positions, please pick up an application at the security desk at the Madison Avenue stage door entrance.

All other applicants please send your resume to:

Human Resources
Detroit Opera House
1526 Broadway
Detroit, MI 48226

You can also fax your resume to 313.237.3412.

Thank you for your interest in Michigan Opera Theatre and the Detroit Opera House!