Joe Goode Performance Group: Open Positions

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For ALL positions:
To Apply: Email us to introduce yourself – share your professional or artistic background, related experience, & interest in the role – along with a simple resume (or list of relevant experience) to Michelle Reynolds, Executive Director, at Please include the job title in subject line.


Program Coordinator:
$20/hr non-exempt, 15-20hr/wk — Flexible schedule, plus preferred availability on Saturday mornings — Remote to start due to COVID-19, transitioning to Joe Goode Annex Office.

The role bolsters the planning & execution of JGPG’s performance & education programs. The position requires strong organizational skills & interest in collaboration, with an artist-centered approach. Working with guidance from & collaboration with the Program & Communications Manager (Melissa Lewis), and administrative management from the Executive Director (Michelle Reynolds), the Program Coordinator interfaces directly with JGPG’s 8-person regular staff team. Please read the full job description.

Annex Artist Coordinator:

$20/hr non-exempt, 15-20hr/wk — Flexible schedule, with some weekends & evenings — Remote to start due to COVID-19, transitioning to Joe Goode Annex Office.

The Annex Artist Coordinator interfaces directly with artists & other individuals/organizations renting the Annex or sharing their work via the Annex platform, ensuring that their Front of House needs are met. The position requires strong communication skills & attention to detail, with an artist-centered approach. Works closely with the Venue Manager (GG Torres), Program & Communications Manager (Melissa Lewis), as well as the Artistic and Executive Directors, and full staff. Please read the full job description.

Board of Directors:

The Joe Goode Performance Group Board plays a vital role in supporting the mission of JGPG. Board members come to JGPG from varied backgrounds and familiarity with the organization, whether longtime fans of Joe’s work, participants in adult movement classes, or supporters of the arts ecosystem more generally.

In its official capacity, the Board of Directors governs and holds fiduciary responsibility for JGPG. Members serve for a 3-year term, renewable once — attending regular Board Meetings bimonthly on the third Tuesday of the month. Our Board are also thought leaders and collaborators in visioning the future of the organization, and are active members of a community that includes staff, artists + other stakeholders – making the organization a success. They support JGPG with outreach into personal networks for events and shows, a financial contribution on par with other giving, and participation in projects or committees.

Please read our website for the full description of the role.

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