Job Opportunites

Kwai Nidobak!

I’m often contacted when someone is looking for an artist to fill a position. As a result, VAAA has decided to list job opportunities here on our website. You will find the postings listed just as the employer has sent it to me. Just click on the link, if you are interested.

Waolowzi, Vera Longtoe Sheehan

Job Opportunity #1

I hope you’re doing well. We are hiring for teaching artists, and I’m wondering if you’d like to share with anyone you think might be interested. I’ve attached the listing and it’s also on our website:

Job Opportunity #2

One Position Available at the Vermont Studio Center in Johnson, VT

The Vermont Studio Center in Johnson, VT currently has 1 position available for a Development Director. They are not art making or teaching positions but our employees have access to the international artist community and full time employees receive a free studio for their own practice.

You can learn more about our organization here and more about the positions here

Job Opportunity #3

Community Program Officer

This is a chance to help shape the cultural conversation in Vermont. Use your networking skills, program development experience, and your love for the humanities to create thought-provoking programs at our evolving organization. The person in this position collaborates with team members and community partners to deliver humanities programming throughout the state. We are committed to using a diversity, equity, inclusion, and access lens to meet our mission and are searching for a person who can creatively and collaboratively generate new programs and ideas to expand this vision. 32-40 hours per week. Starting salary range $44,000-$48,000 (depending on hours worked)

Job Opportunity #4

Development and Data Associate

Your passion for measuring impact and supporting growth can thrive with Vermont Humanities. Our staff needs a person dedicated to the details of tracking, administering, and evaluating our development and programs efforts. We actively evaluate our programs for diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility and are searching for someone who is also driven by these goals. 32-40 hours per week. Starting salary range $44,000-$48,000 (depending on hours worked)

Job Opportunity #5


Job ID: 3706906
    Application Deadline: December 3, 2021
    Posted : October 26, 2021
    Starting Date: July 1, 2022

Click here tor complete application information

Job Description
Windham Southeast Supervisory Union (WSESU) is seeking a dynamic, visionary leader to become our next Superintendent of Schools. We are a district that includes eleven schools and programs serving 2,500 students in PreK-12, including Early Education Services (Head Start program), and the Windham Regional Career Center.

The WSESU is an increasingly diverse community with an ongoing commitment to social justice and anti-racism. We are looking for enthusiastic professionals to join us in furthering this work.

Nestled in the foothills of the Green Mountains, the communities of southeastern Windham County represent people from across the country and world, as well as families who have been here for generations. Our student population reflects a wide-range of demographics and community values. The next Superintendent of WSESU will embrace this diversity and hold an understanding of rural school needs and challenges.

We are searching for someone who can bring innovative ideas for curriculum, culture, and community to life by engaging and inspiring others. As a recently-merged district, comprising five towns, we are seeking a leader who can balance unification while supporting and preserving each school’s unique culture. They will be aware of the challenges faced by marginalized communities, including individuals with disabilities, economically-disadvantaged students, students of color, and LGBTQ students.

Our next Superintendent will be capable of researching and communicating best practices vibrantly to administrators, educators, parents, and the broader community. A highly qualified candidate will have student achievement and well-being as a central focus. They will be able to successfully collaborate with all stakeholders and further existing efforts to create wholly inclusive school communities. They will have strong leadership skills including (but not limited to) evaluating and reporting, strategic planning, implementing and overseeing, complex problem-solving, and managing school personnel, budgets and resources. An ideal candidate will have previous experience as an educator and educational leader. They value the impact of current affairs on our student population and will advocate for practices that promote awareness and responsibility around issues such as climate crisis, equity, and social justice reform.

Salary and benefits are competitive with other Vermont school districts of similar size. The successful candidate will be eligible for or currently possess a Vermont Agency of Education license as a School Superintendent.

Are you our next Superintendent of Schools? If you think so, we would like to hear from you. Please submit the following through SchoolSpring or by mail with a received date no later than 4 p.m. Friday, December 3rd:

1) Current resume
2) Three letters of recommendation (from professionals with whom you have worked)
3) A statement describing the characteristics of a high-quality system and how your skill set would work to ensure that the needs of all students are met.

If mailing your application package, please send your submission to:

ATTN: Superintendent Search Committee
WSESU Central Office
53 Green Street
Brattleboro VT 05301

Job Opportunity #6

Spruce Peak Arts Job Opening – Director of Development

Lauren Foster (she/her/hers)

Leadership Transitions Manager

Arts Consulting Group

292 Newbury Street, Suite 315

Boston, MA 02115-2801

Tel        (888) 234.4236 Ext. 213