Position: Development Associate
Status: Part-time (15-20 hours/week, flexible hybrid scheduling available)
Salary: Commensurate with experience
Reports to: Executive Director
Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org by noon on Tuesday, November 24.
LOH seeks a creative, personable, detail-oriented individual with strong information management skills to support the fundraising efforts of the Executive Director and Development Committee. Duties include assisting with prospect research, donor and funder cultivation, event coordination, promoting sponsorship opportunities, proposal writing/editing, and reporting.
About Lebanon Opera House
Lebanon Opera House is prominently situated on the Colburn Park green in historic downtown Lebanon, NH. Since 1924, LOH has served as one of the cultural cornerstones of the Upper Valley region as a vaudeville theater, movie house, community gathering place, and town hall.
Now, as a thriving year-round presenter of high-quality performances in music, dance, and theater our doors are open to a dizzying kaleidoscope of 32,000 patrons (including 8,100 young people) who experience the transformative power of the arts each season. The scope of our work is even more impressive when you consider that LOH is an independent nonprofit organization which receives no direct funding from the City of Lebanon.
Although deeply rooted in the Lebanon community, LOH’s mission is to serve as a unifying catalyst for community engagement in the performing arts—for people of all ages—throughout the Upper Valley.
What sets LOH apart from other regional arts presenters is its inclusive, community-forward approach. We are the Upper Valley’s stage—a home for organizations who lack a performance space of their own. A magical space where the impossible becomes possible. A forum where ideas are generated and diverse perspectives are shared. LOH is a classroom, laboratory, and safe haven for creative expression.
LOH’s 800-seat hall—the largest proscenium theater in the Upper Valley—is a favorite stop for many national touring artists and is coveted by local arts organizations.
Each season, nearly a dozen community arts groups (including Opera North, Revels North, City Center Ballet, North Country Community Theatre) and students in the Lebanon School District set up residence on the LOH stage. Our house becomes their home and all artists—regardless of age or experience level—have the opportunity to perform on a professional stage with expert technicians and quality equipment.
Lebanon Opera House is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) organization and does not discriminate on the basis of race, national origin, religion, gender, age, etc. with respect to employment opportunities.