Balboa Park Jobs

Balboa Park Jobs

Imagine spending the day in beautiful Balboa Park...Helping to share its treasures, enhance its beauty, talk about its culture, or celebrate its great history.  There are many kinds of jobs and volunteer opportunities within Balboa Park, for every kind of skill set.  Take a look below for current job opportunities available* in Balboa Park.  Please visit the individual organization websites for volunteer opportunities.

Balboa Park Cultural Partnership

Part-Time Ticketing Representative - Posting date: 5/10/17

Balboa Park Cultural Partnership is hiring a part-time (hourly) Ticketing Representative. The Ticketing Representative’s primary responsibilities include selling and processing orders for the Balboa Park Explorer program.  The position requires accurate data entry and the prompt printing, processing, and mailing of passes. Applicant must be a self-starter with excellent interpersonal skills. A high level of customer service – both written and verbal – must be maintained and provided at all times with guests and Balboa Park organizations. Experience with Tessitura ticketing software a plus, but not required. --MORE--

San Diego History Center

Archivist – Posting date:  4/24/17
FT, Salaried, Exempt

The Archivist is responsible for the Document Archives at the San Diego History Center and shares responsibility with the Photo Collections for public access to the Research Archives..  --MORE--

Development Manager – Posting date:  5/23/17
FT, Salaried, Exempt

Under the direction of the Chief Development Officer, the Development Manager will support initiatives and fundraising tactics of the Board of Trustees and Executive Director with a donor portfolio of long-standing members/donors, stewarding current relationships, while building new individual and corporate relationships with potential supporters. This position supports overall efforts in growing the organization’s donor base through collaboration with team members and assisting with the planning and execution of: fundraising/cultivation events, corporate/individual proposals, annual appeals, and planned/endowment giving.  --MORE--

San Diego Model Railroad Museum 

Museum Education Program Manager - Posting date: 1/26/17

The San Diego Model Railroad Museum seeks a Manager, Education Programs who will develop, plan, implement, lead, and evaluate age-appropriate, high-quality programs and develop resources that engage children, families, and make the museum personally relevant and engaging to all audiences. S/he will work with staff across Museum departments as well as the broader museum and education communities to grow audiences for programs through outreach to family, community, and school networks and align programs with best practices in the field. The Manager will also develop and support programs and resources for multi-generational audiences, people with disabilities, and professional development programs for teachers, early childhood professionals, and parents. --MORE--

San Diego Museum of Man

Gallery Educator - Posting date: 5/23/17

The San Diego Museum of Man (SDMoM or the Museum) seeks a part-time Gallery Educator to engage visitors through tours, drop-in interactions, and school programs. The Gallery Educator will lead tours of our historic tower and work within our galleries facilitating activities to enhance our visitors’ experience. The Gallery Educator serves as an integral member of our front line staff and must be able to interact with the general public, students and teachers, and groups. This position is three to four days a week with additional on-call availability, roughly 12-24 hours per week, and includes weekend, evening and holiday hours. --MORE--

 

San Diego Natural History Museum (The NAT)

Security Officer- Posting date: 01/31/17

The San Diego Natural History Museum is seeking intuitive, reliable, attentive, detail-oriented individuals with strong communication and customer service skills part-time security officers.  Security officers are expected to uphold the museum rules and regulations by patrolling, observing, and reporting to the Security Supervisor and Operations Manager. This position is also expected to be the exemplary for Museum safety, customer service, general Museum knowledge, Park knowledge, and a model citizen, as well as protect Museum property and provide safety for Museum visitors, employees, and vendors.  -- MORE -- 

Security Control Officer- Posting date: 01/31/17

The San Diego Natural History Museum is seeking an intuitive, reliable, attentive, detail-oriented individual with strong communication and customer service skills as a full time Security Control Officer.  The security control officer is expected to uphold the museum rules and regulations by patrolling, observing, and reporting to the Operations Manager, while managing and overseeing the security staff. This position is also expected to be the exemplary for Museum safety, customer service, general Museum knowledge, Park knowledge, and a model citizen, as well as protect Museum property and provide safety for Museum visitors, employees, and vendors.   -- MORE -- 

Banquet Bartender- Posting date: 01/31/17

The San Diego Natural History Museum is seeking enthusiastic and friendly part time banquet bartenders to prepare drink orders for guests according to specified recipes using measuring systems. The ideal candidates will be comfortable shifting roles and responsibilities through their shift while continually maintaining a pleasant and professional demeanor..   -- MORE -- 

Banquet Barbacks- Posting date: 01/31/17

The San Diego Natural History Museum is seeking enthusiastic and friendly part time banquet barbacks to ensure bars and bar service areas are maintained, replenished and clean at all times. The ideal candidates will be comfortable shifting roles and responsibilities through their shift while continually maintaining a pleasant and professional demeanor. --MORE--

Cafe Attendant- Posting date: 3/20/17

The San Diego Natural History Museum is seeking enthusiastic and friendly part time Café Attendants to assist guests at our Cafe. The Café Attendant provides Museum guests an unparalleled customer service experience in a fast-paced, educational and entertaining environment. The ideal candidates will be comfortable shifting roles and responsibilities throughout the day while continually maintaining a pleasant and professional demeanor. --MORE--

Summer Camps Volunteer Liaison - Posting Date:  3/20/17

The Summer Camps Volunteer Liaison is responsible for coordination and management of summer camps aides and assisting with routine administrative tasks associated with managing volunteers. The person in this role is instrumental in establishing the connection to our mission and effectively onboarding and supervising summer camps volunteers in the Museum. Thus this position requires exemplary interpersonal skills and strong organizational and time management skills. --MORE--

Visitor Services Associate - Posting Date:  3/20/17

The San Diego Natural History Museum is seeking an enthusiastic, friendly and experienced full-time Visitor Services Associate (VSA) to assist guests at our Admissions Desk and the 3D Theater. VSA’s provide Museum guests an unparalleled customer service experience in a fast-paced, educational and entertaining environment. The ideal candidates will be comfortable shifting roles and responsibilities throughout the day while continually maintaining a pleasant and professional demeanor. This is a full-time, 40 hours per week position. Candidate must be able to work weekends, holidays and some evenings.  --MORE--

Accountant - Posting date:  3/20/17

Under the supervision of the Controller, maintains financial reports, records, and general ledgers. Research accounting variances, ensure compliance with accounting procedures, and help create efficiencies within the accounting department.  --MORE--

San Diego Junior Theatre

Patron Services Manager - Posted 02/16/17

The Patron Services Manager represents San Diego Junior Theatre to patrons, both over the telephone and in person, selling single tickets and subscriptions while providing quality customer service.  To apply, please send cover letter and resume to: San Diego Junior Theatre, Attn: Patrons Services Manager, 1650 El Prado, # 208, San Diego, CA 92101 or e-mail to resume@juniortheatre.com (please include “Patron Services Manager” in subject line).   --MORE--

Assistant Production Manager - Posting date:  3/20/217

Under the direction of the Production Manager, the Assistant Production Manager is a key member of the Production staff of San Diego Junior Theatre.  --MORE--

Teaching Artist - Posting date:  3/20/17

San Diego Junior Theatre, the oldest continuing children’s theatre program in the country, is looking for Acting, Voice and Dance Teachers to join our Teaching Artist Pool.  This independent, non-profit organization provides engaging, innovative and high-quality theatre education and productions to enhance the lives of children of all ages, cultural backgrounds, abilities and levels of interest.  SDJT operates for the benefit of children throughout San Diego County; since 1948, its productions have entertained more than a million theatergoers of all ages.  --MORE--

San Diego Youth Symphony

Concert Winds Conductor (PT) – Posting date:  5/8/2017

The Concert Winds Conductor is responsible to the Associate Director of Conservatory Programs for the auditions, rehearsals, recruitment, and concert performances of the ensemble.  –MORE--

Music Theory Instructor (PT) – Posting date:  5/8/2017

The Music Theory Instructor is expected to fulfill Artistic, Administrative, Citizenship, Communication, and Collaboration responsibilities.  –MORE--

Conservatory Program Coordinator (FT) – Posting date:  5/8/2017

The Conservatory Program Coordinator is responsible to the Associate Director of Conservatory Programs and also works closely with the artistic faculty and other administrative staff. The Conservatory Program Coordinator manages the database, assists with the registration and administration of all conservatory programs, and communicates with families.  –MORE--

Teaching Artists, Winds and Strings (PT) - Posting date:  5/8/2017

The Teaching Artists on the Community Program team serve in a number of roles that lead this mission. Some of the roles include: teaching group sectionals; conducting full string and wind ensembles; coaching chamber ensembles; leading small group lessons; and constantly forming and strengthening relationships with their colleagues, student musicians, and musicians’ families.  –MORE--

Community Opus Program Manager (FT) – Posting date:  5/8/2017

The Community Opus Program Manager is responsible for overseeing the Community Opus Project in Chula Vista, which currently serves approximately 350 students and families. Musicians are enrolled in introductory (Esperanza), beginner (Alegria), advanced beginner (Festejo) and intermediate (OHO) string and wind ensembles. –MORE--

Communications Assistant (PT) – Posting date:  5/8/2017

The Communications Assistant supports SDYS’ Conservatory and Community Programs and fundraising goals by assisting with marketing and communications objectives. S/he is responsible to the Communications Coordinator in a busy, team environment. S/he shares SDYS’ vision to make music education “accessible and affordable for all.”  --MORE--

External Relations Director (FT) – Posting date:  5/8/2017

The External Relations Director is the senior staff position leading all efforts to secure resources and relationships to fulfill SDYS’ vision and goal. The External Relations Director collaborates with the President/CEO, board members, and other SDYS staff and stakeholders to increase financial investments in SDYS. In addition, the External Relations Director ensures events, publications, and communications efforts galvanize SDYS’ stakeholders and the wider community into a movement for music education through communicating the SDYS vision and story.  –MORE--

Production Assistant (PT) – Posting date:  5/8/2017

The Production Assistant reports to the Production and Operations Manager for the many and varied jobs that contribute to the smooth running of rehearsals, events and concerts.  –MORE--

The San Diego Museum of Art

Special Events Assistant - Posting date: 5/24/17

Under the supervision of the Special Events, Manager, the assistant will provide logistical and administrative support for special events produced by the museum including: fundraising galas such as Art Alive; exhibition openings; donor receptions and dinners, as required.  The Events assistant will communicate pertinent information and conduct tours of the facility with potential clients interested in booking an event.  Some evening and weekend hours are required. --MORE--

*Please verify that a listing is still accepting applications with the specific institution or organization before applying.