The Seattle Symphony employs a talented and dedicated administrative staff.
We only accept applications for open positions as listed below.
The HVAC Technician utilizes advanced skills to perform complex preventive maintenance and corrective repair of buildings, industrial systems, vehicles, equipment and grounds. Working under limited supervision, monitors building system operations and performance. The HVAC Technician also utilizes several trade skills such as carpentry, plumbing, electrical, painting, roofing, heating and cooling.
Resident Technical Staff – Stage Crew
As a member of Seattle Symphony’s Resident Technical Staff, the successful candidate will provide audio/visual support to a variety of stage productions ranging from, but not limited to: concerts, recordings, auditions, business meetings, lectures and weddings. This position is weighted towards audio proficiency. This position is covered by a collective bargaining agreement between Seattle Symphony and Local 15 of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees and is on-call work with no guaranteed minimum number of hours.
The Seattle Symphony is seeking a Publicist to implement promotions strategies for the orchestra and its in-house record label, Seattle Symphony Media. As a public-facing member for the organization, you will interface with journalists as they report on the orchestra’s work on the concert stage in world-class Benaroya Hall, and in the community.
Community Youth Chorus Conductor
The Seattle Symphony is seeking an experienced choral conductor to lead the Community Youth Chorus in preparing for three concert sets with the Seattle Symphony and work collaboratively with Community Youth Chorus Composition Director Angelique Poteat to support the students of the CYC in composing a new work for orchestra and chorus. The position will run from August 2019 through June 2020.
The primary responsibility of the Facilities Coordinator is to provide exceptional administrative and organizational support for the Facilities Department, in an event driven organization. Responsible for administrative systems, procedures, record keeping and reporting for the Facilities Team; monitors administrative projects; processes and reviews supplier invoices. Manages various vendors. Assists with and Coordinates planning & scheduling of internal maintenance/repair activities and projects. Includes managing the Facilities CMMS system, creation of written facilities and engineering procedures, and assisting with event coordination as required.
Building Engineer 3
The Building Engineer 3 is responsible for performing the day-to-day maintenance of the property. Responsibilities include reporting on the performance of the contracted vendors working on the property as directed by management in accordance with established performance levels. In addition, the Building Engineer 3 responds to daily maintenance requests from the building tenants and reports to their supervisor the nature and status of the requests. The Building Engineer 3 is responsible to perform their duties in a safe, professional, and efficient manner according to established policies and procedures.
Sales and Fundraising Representatives
The outbound representative is responsible for generating new season ticket holders and donors to the Orchestra by contacting recent, qualified prospects and renewing donors and patrons, and urging them to commit to season tickets or donations, helping, to further advance audience development efforts for the Seattle Symphony Orchestra.