Join the team at Hubbard Street Dance Chicago!
Hubbard Street Dance Chicago is an Equal Opportunity Employer and seeks candidates with demonstrable experience advocating for equity, diversity and inclusion.
Manager of Individual Giving and Board Liason
We are seeking a dynamic, results-oriented and mission-driven individual to join Hubbard Street’s External Affairs department. This full time position will allow a detail-oriented, entrepreneurial development professional the opportunity to be part of a coordinated External Affairs team, primarily responsible for successfully planning and executing the Annual Fund campaign and for managing Board engagement activities. The Individual Giving Manager and Board Liaison will work closely with the Director of External Affairs to develop and execute a patron centered annual fund campaign. This position will also work closely with the Director of External Affairs and Executive Director on Board engagement for the organization. The Individual Giving Manager and Board Liaison will manage and oversee the creation of a comprehensive, data driven plan to solicit individual donors (up to $5,000) and will serve as the department leader in regards to data integrity and database procedures. .Please click here for the full job description and instructions on how to apply.
We are seeking a skilled, responsible and mission-driven individual to join Hubbard Street’s Production department. Reporting to the Production Manager, the Wardrobe Supervisor is responsible for costume, hair, make-up and accessory needs for all company engagements at home in Chicago as well as out on tour; including load-in, technical rehearsals, run and load-outs. The Wardrobe Supervisor, with assistance from an overhire team, maintains and manages all repertoires and alterations of existing inventory. This supervisor position is an integral part of the Production department, working collaboratively with a number of different constituents and in a truly team-oriented environment.Please click here for the full job description and instructions on how to apply.
Hubbard Street Dance Chicago is an Equal Opportunity Employer and
for equity, diversity and inclusion.
Youth, Education, and Community Program
We are seeking mission-driven individuals to join our Education department as part-time contracted Teaching Artists and Assistant Teaching Artists for our in-school programs. Hubbard Street offers unique and innovative residencies that allow schools to incorporate dance into their classrooms and curricula. Hubbard Street teaching artists are responsible for leading these residencies, integrating dance with other subjects while introducing students to improvisation and choreography. Teaching Artists are an integral part of all residencies’ curriculum planning and documentation, and will meet with classroom teachers prior to and throughout each residency. Hubbard Street Teaching Artists receive paid professional development and training. Classes are for students in Chicago and suburban schools in grades K–12. Training begins in August 2016.Please click here for the full job description and instructions on how to apply.
Summer Teaching Artist Fellowship
We are seeking a smart, mission-driven self-starter to join Hubbard Street’s Youth Dance department. Through Hubbard Street’s camps, young dancers create a series of movement studies using the techniques and processes of professional choreographers, experiencing professional dance from the ground up. Working with the professional dancers and teaching artists of Hubbard Street, aspiring young dancers of all levels will gain an understanding of how their bodies move and how to communicate through dance using improvisation and structured choreographic activities. For more advanced students, Hubbard Street has added Secondary Program camps where dancers can further develop specific technical skills and virtuosity. Summer Teaching Assistant Fellows will have hands-on experience in dance education with Hubbard Street Dance Chicago’s renowned Youth Dance Program Summer Camps. Teaching Assistant Fellow are responsible for a wide variety of teaching and administrative support tasks. The Summer Teaching Assistant Fellowship is a paid position, in which the Fellow is paid a monetary stipend of $500.00 at the conclusion of the Summer Session.Please click here for the full job description and instructions on how to apply.