Duke Arts is Hiring a Full-Time Administration Fellow
The one-year position (renewable for an additional year) is open to Duke alumni who graduated within the past three years and have a demonstrated interest in the arts, public programs or community engagement.
This arts administration fellow will provide a variety of program and communications support for Duke Arts and Rubenstein Arts Center initiatives, with a focus on supporting planning for DEMAN (Duke Entertainment, Media & Arts Network) events and recurring Ruby programs (such as Ruby Fridays, Ruby Recharge, arts projects) as needed. The Arts Administration Fellow will also support marketing and communications for DEMAN-related events, and also assist the Arts Communications Specialist and Arts Communications Director with managing the Creative Arts Student Teams, a cohort of roughly 8 undergraduates who support Duke Arts during the academic year. The position is part of a small, collaborative team and reports to the Senior Director for Arts Engagement and Partnerships. This position is limited to recent Duke graduates and may be renewed for one additional year. General office duties will also be required.
Candidates must have received a bachelor’s degree from Duke University within the past three years. There are no requirements for major, but demonstrated interest in the arts, public programs or community engagement is preferred. Candidates should have experience in event management or leadership in student organizations, and experience in the arts and working in an office environment with competing priorities is preferred.