Job Opportunities



Reports to Patron Services Manager and Event Operations Director


The Weekend Part-Time Front Desk Associate at The Center has primary responsibility for answering phones, assisting patrons, and opening and closing the building. Weekend Part-Time Front Desk Associate is the site overseer for the facility and is the first person to be communicated with in case of an emergency. The Part -ime Front Desk Associate mainly works from The Center’s Glenwood front desk.


- Proactively answer phones

- Assist with wayfinding

- Sell tickets in person and over the phone

- Update Calendars throughout the building

- Keep the Front Desk, copy room, and kitchen clean

- Maintain office supply levels

- Building monitoring, walking the campus regularly on a hour to hour basis

- During rounds, make note of anything that may be out of place, broken, etc and communicate them to the Patron Services Manager

- Understand all Box Office, Ticketing, and Front Desk Policies, including any security protocol in place

- Weekend vacuuming as well as other cleaning projects as they come up

- Assist the Patron Service Manager and Admin Staff with projects

- Other duties as assigned


Applicants should be able to interface with the public in a professional manner.


Applicants should be able to lift at least 25 lbs. Applicants should be able to climb multiple flights of stairs and walk multiple city blocks in a day.


Interested candidates should email their resume and 3 references to No phone calls, please.

Center for the Arts is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


Reports to Development Director


Center for the Arts is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that relies on fundraising for more than 50% of its annual operating budget each year. Under the administrative direction of the Development Director and the Executive Director, the Development Associate supports all fundraising projects and development initiatives for the organization. The position requires impeccable attention to detail, strong relationship-building skills, exemplary customer service, and the ability to manage multiple deadline-driven tasks at the same time. The primary duties of the role are database management, event planning, and general support for all things related to stewarding philanthropic support for The Center.


- Support Annual Fundraising 

  • Receive, process, record, and acknowledge all donations in a timely manner.

  • Participate in developing campaign materials, brochures, newsletters, and annual reports.

  • Assist in developing and implementing strategies for growing The Center’s various donor groups.

  • Assist with expanding and implementing donor recognition strategies. 

- Database Management

  • Manage donor database, including accurate and timely data entry.

  • Design and produce detailed reports to facilitate ongoing stewardship management and accurate reporting.

  • Work with Patron Services Manager on CRM strategies and best practices for donor engagement. 

- Event Coordination & Support

  • Assist with planning and coordinating all aspects of annual fundraising events such as the Annual Benefit and Old Bill’s Fun Run.

  • Recruit and manage event Sponsors and Benefactors.

  • Track accurate Benefactor and Sponsor recognition.

  • Manage event communications with vendors and patrons.

  • Assist with aspects of event production as needed, including working across all organizational departments when required.

- Manage Corporate Sponsorships 

  • Coordinate Center Sponsor outreach, renewals, and new business development.

  • Manage paperwork, contracts, invoicing, and accounting.

  • Communicate directly with Center Sponsors regarding recognition and engagement.

  • Assist in developing and implementing strategies for growing The Center’s corporate sponsorship programs.

- Support Development Committee 

  • Serve as liaison for the Development Committee by keeping meeting minutes and preparing agendas and other materials.

  • Support the Development Director in setting meeting schedules and managing outreach to the Development Committee.

  • Other duties as assigned


- Skills & Personal Characteristics:

  • Detail oriented

  • Strong relationship-building

  • Works well under pressure

  • Ability to manage multiple tasks concurrently

  • Excellent interpersonal skills

  • Exceptional communication skills, both written and oral

  • Ability to maintain professional composure while working in a fast-paced environment

  • Strong organizational skills, including the ability to prioritize and manage individual workload

  • Intellectual curiosity and passion for continual improvement

  • Ability to exercise good judgement. Proactive and creative problem solver

  • Highly professional in presentation and performance

  • Knowledge of the Jackson Hole community and local nonprofits

- Experience:

  • Working knowledge of databases and CRM systems

  • Competency in Microsoft Office Suite and Google systems

- Education:

  • Bachelor’s degree in related field

All qualifications comply with EEOC legislation.

Working Conditions

Core work hour schedule with the potential for occasional evening and weekend obligaitons. Regular interactions with VIP donors and Patrons.


May include sitting or standing for long periods of time. Must be able to lift 35 lbs.

Interested candidates should email their resume and 3 references to No phone calls, please.