Employment at Wharton Arts
Join our talented and prestigious staff in making a difference in our students’ lives.
We maintain low student-to-staff ratios across our programs, in order to provide students with individualized instruction.
Wharton Arts is committed to reflecting the communities we serve to build an inclusive environment. We encourage people from all backgrounds to apply to our open positions.
Volunteers and Interns
Wharton Institute for the Performing Arts is seeking volunteers and interns to join our dynamic administrative team. This is a great opportunity for a student seeking experience in non-profit arts administration or a member of the community wishing to make a positive impact through Wharton’s life-changing mission of excellence in performing arts education.
PMP seeks multiple Teaching Artists. The instruments below are the preferred and priority instruments, but PMP is also seeking Teaching Artists to teach any strings, woodwinds, brass, percussion, guitar and keyboard.
Private Instrumental Instructors
The Wharton Performing Ars school is seeking private instrumental instructors to join our faculty. Interested candidates should have a minimum Bachelor of Music degree in performance or music education. This position will provide private instrumental instruction for fall and spring semesters with opportunities for in school and after school community partnerships, and summer camps.
Musical Theater Instructors
Provide musical theater instruction for fall and spring classes, in school and after school community partnerships, and summer camps.
The Wharton Performing Arts School is seeking Collaborative Pianists to provide piano accompaniment for recitals, juries, concerts and rehearsals. Interested candidates should have a minimum Bachelor of Music degree in performance or music education. This position will provide piano accompaniments for fall and spring semesters with opportunities for in school and after school community partnerships and summer camps.
Director of Development
Wharton Arts seeks a full-time Director of Development who will collaborate with the Executive Director to lead its philanthropic efforts and coordinate its Capital and Endowment Campaigns. The Director of Development is responsible for policy, strategy, and implementation of all fundraising activities including special events, major gifts, annual appeals, grants, planned giving, and alumni programming. The Director of Development works closely with the Executive Director, Senior Staff, and the Board of Trustees.
Wharton Arts is an equal opportunity employer.
The Wharton Arts is an equal opportunity employer and complies with all applicable federal, state and local fair employment practices laws. Specifically, Wharton Arts strictly prohibits and does not tolerate discrimination or harassment against employees or applicants for employment because of race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy or breastfeeding, affectional or sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, national origin, nationality, ancestry, age, physical or mental disability, genetic information, liability for service in the Armed Forces of the United States, or any other characteristic protected under applicable laws. It is the obligation of every employee to adhere to the spirit as well as the letter of Wharton Arts’ policies against unlawful discrimination and harassment. This policy applies to all terms, conditions and privileges of employment, including, without limitation, hiring, training, placement, promotion, transfer, discipline, compensation, benefits, leaves of absence, lay-offs, and termination from employment.