Employment Opportunities

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.

Director of Development (full time)

Apollo’s Fire seeks a dynamic and collaborative Director of Development (DOD) to lead AF’s multi-faceted effort to secure and expand contributed income. The DOD reports to the Managing Director and works closely with the Chair of the Development Committee of the Board. He/she is a passionate advocate for Apollo’s Fire, helping concertgoers to feel welcome and appreciated as members of the “Apollo’s Fire family.” As a senior staff member, the DOD works closely with the Development Committee and supports the committee members in their efforts to raise money. He/she personally focuses on Major Gifts, foundation grants, planned giving (bequests), and corporate sponsorships; and oversees all other fundraising activities. View/Download complete job description.

String Teacher (part-time)

Apollo’s Fire is reviewing applications for a teaching position 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 Spring 2022 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 info@apollosfire.org.

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