SFOpera - Employment

Employment

Established in 1923, San Francisco Opera is one of the world’s leading producers of opera, presenting a roster of traditional and contemporary lyric theater repertory at the historic War Memorial Opera House. 
 
San Francisco Opera is an Equal Opportunity Employer Committed to Diversity of Staff.
  • Summary: To assist in managing all San Francisco Opera subscription marketing (renewal and acquisition) campaigns, customer care and retention and new audience development and outreach efforts.

  • Summary: To manage the Development Department’s fiscal and operational functions essential to the administration of fundraising efforts, including gift processing, acknowledgments, stewardship, and maintenance and supervision of the department’s fundraising database system.

  • Marketing Coordinator
    Full-time, Non-exempt

    Summary: To support the Director of Marketing in all San Francisco Opera audience development, single ticket, subscription and outreach efforts.

  • Principal Giving Associate
    Full-time, Non-exempt

    Summary: To provide administrative and project support for San Francisco Opera’s highest-rated donors and prospects.  To support the areas of Principal Giving, Endowment and Capital campaigns, Legacy Giving and Prospect Research in the development department.

  • Production Supervisor B (Costume Studio)
    Seasonal, Full-time, Non-exempt

    Summary: To be responsible for expediting the costume presentation of assigned operas, from conception to the final performance, to include budgetary considerations.

  • Rehearsal Assistant (Full-time)
    Seasonal, Full-time, Non-exempt

    Summary: To provide support for guest artists and staff members by assisting in the scheduling process and the general facilitation and needs of rehearsals, performances, and  performers.

  • Rehearsal Assistant (Part-time)
    Seasonal, Part-time, Non-exempt

    Summary: To provide support for guest artists and staff members by assisting in the scheduling process and the general facilitation and needs of rehearsals, performances, and  performers.

  • Senior Production Analyst
    Full-time, Non-exempt

    Summary: To assist the Production Controller with the day-to-day accounting needs of the Production Department.