SFOpera - 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 provide administrative support to the Managing Director: Philanthropy and Audiences and to manage select projects spanning the four Philanthropy and Audiences (P&A) departments: Communications, Development, Marketing and Media.

  • Summary: To provide human resources support for the San Francisco Opera Association. 

  • Summary: To serve as production manager for the direct response fundraising campaigns for the Annual Giving program for all donors giving up to $2,999 annually, including data management and digital content creation, project management with various vendors, benefits fulfillment and donor service’s needs; assists the Director of Annual Giving with other projects and activities.

  • Summary: Responsible for providing administrative and organizational base for San Francisco Opera Guild education programs, serving 50,000 students in 200 Bay Area schools annually. This position reports to the Opera Guild Managing Director.  The Education Program Administrator works closely with the Opera Guild Creative Director, Opera Guild Vice President of Education, and staff.

  • Part Time

    Summary: Responsible for handling the full cycle of accounting duties, maintaining and producing all financial records and files, managing all payables and receivables.  Responsible for accurate and timely reporting of financial information.  Responsibilities include daily operational activity, month-end and year-end reporting, budgeting and financial statement preparation. This position reports to the Guild Managing Director and works closely with Board Treasurer, Finance Committee and Staff.

  • Individual Giving Officer
    Full-time, Exempt

    Summary: To develop Individual Giving strategies and provide professional management of individual donors, primarily focusing on patrons giving between $3,000 and $10,000.

  • Summary: To coordinate and oversee stagehand and scenic work related to the construction, mounting and running of San Francisco Opera productions.

  • Summary: To work closely with the Managing Director: Production and other production department staff members in order to coordinate creative team logistics, payments, union benefits, budgets and record-keeping; to field requests and handle production department responsibilities related to event planning and execution; to cross-train and serve as support for the production finance area; and to participate in clear internal and external departmental communication.

  • Summary: Manage all Human Resources activities for a Company of 1,000 full time and seasonal employees. To support the achievement of strategic and operational goals of the Company and to provide HR leadership and direction to executive and management teams.