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🔗Executive Director

  • Full Time
  • Leadville, CO
  • June 15, 2021
  • Salary ($): $50,000 - $60,000
  • Job Summary: The Tabor Opera House Preservation Foundation is seeking an executive director to guide the Tabor Opera House into its next phase of life. The director will lead the Foundation in meeting its mission and vision to revitalize the historic opera house.
  • Job Qualifications:
    • A bachelor’s degree, or equivalent, in a related field is required
    • Minimum five years of leadership experience in the non-profit sector, preferably in the performing arts or historic property management
    • Depth of fundraising experience with individual donors, grants, sponsors, and municipal budget allocations
    • Experience developing and implementing annual operating budgets and capital campaigns
    • Experience marketing and managing building space leases and rentals
    • Effective and proven project management skills
    • Working knowledge or interest in exploring new trends within the performing arts, historic preservation, museum interpretation and historic artifact curation
    • Strong interpersonal skills including a proven ability to actively listen to various viewpoints, exercise conflict resolution skills, and to deal honestly, respectfully, and tactfully with a diverse set of stakeholders
    • Experience working with diverse audiences to provide inclusive programming
    • Big picture visioning with the ability to attend to details as required
    • Proven track record of partnership building and collaboration at the local, state, and national levels
    • Proficiency in Microsoft Office, Quickbooks, donor and patron management databases, and various social media mediums including Facebook and Instagram
    • Willingness to work flexible hours, including evenings and weekends
    • Spanish-speaking a strong plus
  • How to Apply:

    Visit the link below for the full job description.  Send a cover letter and resume to president@taboroperahouse.net.

  • Job benefits: Benefits Package Offered
  • Application Email: president@taboroperahouse.net
  • Application URL: https://www.taboroperahouse.net/executive-director-position

Website Tabor Opera House Preservation Foundation

The Tabor Opera House Preservation Foundation is dedicated to revitalizing the iconic Tabor Opera House in Leadville, Colorado. With a $15 million building rehabilitation underway, the opera house is being reshaped as the heartbeat of the local community in arts, culture, and history.

The Executive Director of the Tabor Opera House will provide effective and innovative leadership to achieve the mission of the Tabor Opera House Preservation Foundation. The full-time position is responsible for ensuring the growth and vitality of the Foundation by overseeing administration, programs, fundraising, marketing, community outreach, and building operations/rehabilitation in collaboration with the Board of Directors. The successful candidate must be an energetic and enthusiastic leader who will ensure the historic integrity of the opera house through thoughtful building stewardship and inclusive programming. The Executive Director will strive to provide the Tabor Opera House’s diverse audiences with relevant and engaging artistic programming and tour experiences while cultivating strong relationships with local, state, and national partners. The position reports to the Board of Directors and manages the Tour Manager.

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