Join Overture Center for the Arts
Whether they’re selling tickets, helping patrons or setting the stage for another night of amazing performances, all Overture Center employees have an important role to play—and a beautiful place to work, here in the heart of Madison’s exciting downtown. Help us bring exceptional service and the world’s best art and entertainment to our community. Start your career with Overture Center today.
Volunteer opportunities are always available.
FULL TIME POSITIONS:
Director of Marketing The Director of Marketing plays a key role in the marketing department, acting as project manager for a portfolio of marketing initiatives. Overseeing a budget of approximately $1.5 million dollars, responsibilities include developing and coordinating marketing, advertising, and promotional campaigns. Additional duties include support of our Development, Programming and Events departments, 4 visual art galleries and 10 Resident Companies.
Mechanic Sun-Thu, 1 to 9:30 PM $21.65/hr Our Mechanics repair and maintain the building and equipment, including a computerized security, fire, and building automation system. Work includes overseeing and coordinating minor repair work of lower-level employees. This job requires initiative and judgment in identifying problems and completing maintenance and repair tasks.
Building Cleaners $12.43/hr. Our cleaners perform routine, repetetive, amnual and unskilled work in a variety of custodial and cleaning tasks. Must be available evenings and weekends. Hours will vary and are not guaranteed.
We seek to build our roster of ASL interpreters for live performances. This position will work independently on a contract-by-contract basis to provide ASL/English Language interpretation or translation services and meet the needs of Deaf and Hard of Hearing patrons. Performance contracts can vary in prep time, show length, and complexity. Ideal candidate will be flexible, easy-going, and expressive. Applicants must hold valid certification granted by the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf, Inc. and/or valid certification level 3, 4 or 5 granted by the National Association of the Deaf.
To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume to Nancy Birmingham at [email protected]