|CNN The Week in Photos Feature: Dancers from BANDALOOP perform their show "Bird Strike" during the Teatro a Mil international performing arts festival in Santiago, Chile|
Introducing BANDALOOP's new Director of Development, Jeanne Pfeffer
We have just returned from Santiago, Chile, where we activated the gorgeous city square with our new work "BIRD STRIKE" and thousands of folks came out to witness our vertical magic for the first time. It was exhilarating and we especially thank our partners at Festival Teatro a Mil and US Embassy Santiago as well as our musical collaborators Destani Wolf, Ben Juodvalkis and Plumas for the unforgettable multi-sensory live experience we've created. We look forward to sharing the performance video with you soon!
We're now back home in Oakland and preparing for a very exciting month ahead (A BIG show announcement coming soon!) But first, we would like to introduce our new Director of Development, Jeanne Pfeffer, AND let you know about two new job opportunities at BANDALOOP! We are thrilled to enter this new era of organizational growth on the heels of our 30th anniversary. Apply today.
Jeanne Pfeffer grew up dancing, earned degrees in dance and sociology from Beloit College. She brings a wealth of experience in dance, having worked with American Dance Festival, Jess Curtis/Gravity and CounterPulse. During her five years with CounterPulse she transitioned from Development Manager in 2014 for the launch of their $7 million capital campaign to buy a building in San Francisco, to Development Director, and then Director of Producing and Advancement, adding more curatorial responsibilities to her role. She is an avid dance patron and currently serves as president of the board for FACT/SF. Outside her life in dance, Jeanne writes and reads fiction, cooks, climbs, and spends time with her family in San Leandro, CA. Read Jeanne's full bio.
Now Hiring: Development Associate
Employee, Part-Time: 10-15 hours/week with opportunity for growth
Hourly Pay: $30-33/hour depending on experience
Start Date: immediately
Combined remote and in office in Oakland, CA
Supervisor: Operations Manager and then Director of Fund Development
BANDALOOP is seeking a part-time Development Associate to join our team. This past year we embarked on a Capital Campaign to expand our West Oakland home studio. We are at an exhilarating moment of challenge and opportunity and looking for a Development Associate to support this next chapter for BANDALOOP. This role supports the fiscal responsibility and growth for BANDALOOP, managing systems for institutional and individual giving, and the operations of the Development team. Eligible applicants have experience with grants management and donation tracking, are detail-oriented, self-starting, and able adhere to internal and external deadlines. Strong applicants are skilled communicators, open to feedback, able to handle multiple tasks at a time, and ready to be drawn into organization-wide tasks and needs. There is a 3-month trial period at the start of employment to determine whether the role and candidate are a good fit.
Now Hiring: Studio Manager
Employee; Part-Time: 10-20 hours/week with opportunity for growth
Hourly Pay: $27-$33/hour depending on experience
Start Date: March 1, 2023
Combined remote and in office in Oakland, CA
Supervisor: Operations Manager
BANDALOOP is seeking a part-time Studio Manager to join our team. BANDALOOP is reopening its studio doors in spring 2023 after starting construction in September 2022. BANDALOOP’s studio is doubling in size and will include two fully-rigged vertical dance spaces, office space, ADA-accessible bathrooms, and a locker room. The Studio Manager will be responsible for booking current and new renters to activate the space, scheduling work exchange cleaning shifts, Updraft Artist-in-Residency rehearsals and showings, and more. Eligible applicants have experience with rental space management and scheduling; they must be detail-oriented, a skilled communicator, open to feedback and ready to be drawn into organization-wide conversation.
|BANDALOOP is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate against any employee on the basis of race, religion, gender, national origin, disability, or sexual orientation. BANDALOOP has made a commitment to prioritize opportunities for BIPOC and non-white-male historically privileged individuals, as we diversity arts management in the Bay Area we strongly encourage all applicants to consider joining our team who literally elevate the art and makes public art accessible. All BANDALOOP employees must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 at time of employment.|