Apollo’s Fire is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment, an equitable organization, and a diverse music community.
Apollo’s Fire has experienced significant recent growth in activities and in funding. For the following positions, we seek energetic and flexible candidates who enjoy collaborating as part of a team.
Managing Director (Full Time)
GRAMMY®-winning chamber orchestra Apollo’s Fire (AF) seeks a Managing Director (MD) to lead the business and fundraising efforts of an innovative ensemble performing at the international level. This is a full-time position, reporting to the Board. MORE INFO.
Patron Services Manager & Marketing Coordinator (Full Time)
Apollo’s Fire seeks an experienced box office manager to engage with our patrons, manage ticket sales, oversee Front-of-House staff, and support Marketing and Outreach efforts. The successful candidate will have at least 1 year of professional experience on the staff of a performing arts organization, excellent interpersonal skills, and a strong comfort-level with technology. MORE INFO.
Development Manager (Full Time – or 3/4 time with reduced responsibilities, negotiable)
Apollo’s Fire seeks a collaborative, organized Development Manager to manage our Annual Fund, coordinate special events, and provide grant-writing and donor support. Candidates should have at least 3 years of experience at a professional non-profit, with at least 1-2 years in Development, and a clear track-record of success. MORE INFO.
Marketing & PR Coordinator (Chicago-based, part-time)
Apollo’s Fire seeks a Marketing & PR Coordinator to support the Director of Marketing in planning, executing, and tracking ongoing marketing programs and with the development of new marketing strategies, both in Chicago and Cleveland. The successful candidate must be based in Chicago/Evanston; some in-person work is required. MORE INFO.
String Teacher (part-time)
Apollo’s Fire is reviewing applications on a rolling basis for teaching positions in our Side-by-Side strings program in Greater Chicago. The program is based at an outstanding school district in the South Chicago area. Demonstrated teaching excellence, cultural diversity, and inspiration are all high priorities. The demographic in the school district is 95% people of color, with a wide range of economic diversity. The school leadership and parents are very supportive of the arts and education. MORE INFO.
Music Outreach Interns
Apollo’s Fire is accepting applications for Internships in our MOSAIC Project. If you are a college or conservatory student majoring in music performance, music education, or music therapy, you can apply – as an individual, a trio, or quartet. MORE INFO
There are no other opportunities at this time. Unsolicited Arts Administration resumes may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.