Advance arts and culture every day. ACG is looking for seasoned arts and culture professionals who are passionate about bringing a positive impact to the organizations and communities we serve. Explore ACG's employment opportunities listed below.

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Connecticut Landmarks
Executive Director
Hartford, CT


Indiana University Cinema
Bloomington, IN


Association of Performing Arts Professionals
President and CEO
Washington, DC


The Phoenix Symphony
Chief Development Officer
Phoenix, Arizona


Director of Programs
Richmond, Virginia


Overture Center for the Arts
President and CEO
Madison, Wisconsin


City of Sacramento
Cultural and Creative Services Manager
Sacramento, California


International Festival of Arts & Ideas
Executive Director
New Haven, Connecticut


Prescott Park Arts Festival
Executive Director
Portsmouth, New Hampshire


Kimball Art Center
Executive Director
Park City, Utah


San Bernardino County Museum Association
Executive Director
Redlands, California


City of Thousand Oaks
Cultural Affairs Director
Thousand Oaks, California


United Arts of Central Florida
President and CEO
Orlando, Florida

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Vice President, Contributed Revenue Enhancement

The Vice President, Contributed Revenue Enhancement (VP-CRE) will deliver superior services to clients in capital campaign planning and management, development assessments and strategic recommendations, donor research and planning, and other fundraising areas. Reporting to the contributed revenue practice leader, the successful VP-CRE will be an entrepreneurial self-starter in business development who assists in other practice areas as needed and achieves tangible outcomes for clients, colleagues, and the growth of the firm.
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General Inquiries

If you would like to be considered for future executive search job opportunities, please send a cover letter and resume including an outline of demonstrable accomplishments to Jobs@ArtsConsulting.com.

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