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Seattle Opera.



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Seattle Opera is committed to racial equity and to dismantling historic barriers of oppression. People of Color are encouraged to apply and audition for all opportunities listed below. Learn more about our Commitment to Equity and our three year Racial Equity and Social Impact Plan.


Seattle Opera is accepting applications for the position of Audience Services Representative. This part-time, 20 hour-a-week (up to 40 hours a week during performance weeks), seasonal, hourly position reports to the Audience Services Manager.  This position is responsible for providing excellent service to a diverse audience through ticketing transactions and general information dissemination by phone, online, and in person. Work includes occasional (required) nights and weekends at Seattle Opera performances.

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Director of Human resources

Seattle Opera is seeking a Director of Human Resources to monitor and support a positive, respectful work environment and assisti n the resolution of work related issues. The Director of Human Resources works closely with the General Director in creating strategies to ensure that the company has the appropriate resources to support the company mission. This position also works closely with company directors to ensure that they have the tools and support that they need to be successful.

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Seattle Opera is accepting applications for the position of Individual Giving Officer.  This is a full time, exempt, position reporting the Director of Development. This position is responsible for identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of individual donors and prospective donors giving $5,000 and more on an annual basis. The Individual Giving Officer works collaboratively with and in support of volunteers, company leadership, and other Development staff to effectively manage and grow donor relationships.  

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Digital marketing Manager

Seattle Opera is accepting applications for the position of Digital Marketing Manager. This is a full-time, exempt, position reporting to the Associate Director of Marketing. The work of this position encompasses a broad range of duties including but not limited to email marketing, social media advertising, digital analytics, and digital advertising to support revenue goals, ticket sales, and program awareness.

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Costume Shop & Wardrobe Openings

Seattle Opera is seeking skilled, enthusiastic, proficient, and flexible Cutters (Drapers), First Hands, Stitchers, Craftspersons and Wardrobe Attendants to join our team for the 21-22 Season. Successful candidates will be effective communicators, possess top-notch costume construction and/or backstage theatrical skills with the ability to work under pressure. The basic use of communication technology like email, Microsoft Office and smart phone apps are a plus including previous work with Seattle Opera and those currently on the IATSE Local 887 roster.

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Properties Assistant

Seattle Opera is accepting applications for the position of Properties Assistant. This is a non-exempt hourly position that reports to the Props Master. The position supports the Props Master with planning, coordinating & delivery the daily operations of the department as well as supports the prop department by performing a wide range of tasks including production run crew, Warehousing, Shipping and Receiving, Trucking and Transportation coordination as well as work supporting the performing artists and guest artistic staff.

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Master Carpenter

Seattle Opera is currently seeking a Master Carpenter to support the Director of Production with planning, coordinating and managing the daily operations of the department A successful candidate will have experience with: stage carpentry, rigging, properties maintenance, a basic understanding of stage electrics, the ability to read and follow technical drawings, advanced knowledge of motors and automation systems, advanced stage rigging skills, and a working understanding and facility with AutoCad, Microsoft office, and Outlook.

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