This week marks the first time Arts Admin Jobs (AAJ) had 100 active listings since its launch in 2011! Growth over the past two months has been simply fantastic, not only have the quantity of listings increased but so has the diversity.
There are openings in academic, choral, dance, festivals, museums, nonprofit service orgs, operas, performing arts centers, orchestras, and theaters. In fact, the only sector that doesn’t have a listing at the time this article was published was something in a commercial outfit that works exclusively with arts and culture clients.
If that weren’t enough, there are now 140 resumes and candidate profiles available in the candidate database.
Perhaps the one key detail that makes me especially pleased with this growth is 100% of the listings come directly from the organizations. Meaning, there’s no padding listings with content pulled from jobs boards like Indeed. The same thing is true for the candidate database; each profile comes right from the individual arts manager.
As always, the site continues to be free to post, free to browse, and free to apply. Moreover, the site continues to focus on making the job and resume submission process quick and easy. It’s not about us, it’s about you and that means a user interface that removes barriers. Compared to the other usual suspects, it’s no wonder AAJ has become one of the go-to resources for employers and candidates.