The Alliance of Resident Theatres/New York is the service and advocacy organization for New York City's nonprofit theatre community.



The Alliance of Resident Theatres/New York offers fall, spring, and summer internships in our Development and Programs departments. For information on current openings and eligibility, please email jobs@art-newyork.org with "INTERNSHIP" in the subject line of your email.


Manager of Institutional Giving »

Part-Time Facilities Manager » 


The Alliance of Resident Theatres/New York (A.R.T./New York) – a leading service and advocacy organization for New York City’s more than 400 nonprofit theatres – seeks a motivated, detail-oriented Development professional to join the organization as its Manager of Institutional Giving. This position reports to the Director of Development and will play a critical role in shaping and leading A.R.T./New York as we enter an exciting phase of our organizational development.

The Manager of Institutional Giving must have a strong commitment to our mission and core values, as well as a passion to help grow our contributed resources.  The successful candidate should be capable of successfully working with a diverse staff, Board, and membership. They must also possess strong interpersonal skills and attention to detail. This is an ideal position for an energetic self-starter with drive and flexibility who seeks to expand their grant writing skills. The Manager of Institutional Giving must be highly organized and able to self-manage, as well as prioritize projects. Note that we provide professional development opportunities for its staff to broaden their knowledge and increase their skill sets.  Our FY 18 Annual Budget is $4.3 million (55% of which is derived from contributed sources).

We have grown considerably over the past few years, and are launching a number of new initiatives in grant-making and education programs designed to address the needs of the field.  We were selected by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to administer its New York Theatre Program; which provides critical funding to 40-50 theatre companies.  This year, we launched Diversifying Our Organizations, an effort to strengthen and diversify nonprofit theatres and their Boards through cohort-based education and field research; A.R.T./New York Access, a program designed to educate the field and create access for artists, administrators, and audience members with disabilities; and Body Autonomy, a new set of programs and partnerships that strive to end harassment in the theatre profession.  Last year, we opened the A.R.T./New York Theatres, 2 intimate, flexible spaces on 10th Ave. and W 53rd St.

A.R.T./New York strives to create a friendly environment staffed by people who love the theatre, have a sense of humor and celebrate diversity in all of its forms.


Grant Writing

  • Writing all grant proposals and reports to government, foundation, and corporate donors.
  • Working with Programs Dept. on proposals for current and prospective services and programs; tracking outcomes and deepening proposals/reports with statistics, anecdotal evidence, photos, etc.
  • Liaising with the Facilities Department on proposals related to the A.R.T./New York Theatres, Spaces @520 and South Oxford Space.

Maintaining the Grants Calendar

  • Tracking deadlines, correspondences with funders/prospects, and arrival of gifts/pledges through DonorPerfect (A.R.T./New York’s database).
  • Keeping e-files in Box (A.R.T./New York’s file storage platform).

Conducting Prospect Research

  • Effectively tracking research in DonorPerfect.
  • Identifying potential funders to help support our programs and general operating costs.

Assisting Director of Development with Institutional Relationships

  • Arranging meetings and engagement opportunities with funders.
  • Coordinating cultivation events with Manager of Individual Giving and Special Events.

Assisting with the Campaign for the A.R.T./New York Theatres

  • Conducting donor research specific to the initiative.
  • Drafting proposals and presentations.


  • Working with Director of Development on Institutional Giving plan and fundraising materials.
  • Developing annual budget goals for foundation, corporate and government giving.
  • Maximizing integrity of records and data in our DonorPerfect Database for fundraising purposes.
  • Keeping up-to-date on our numerous programs in order to apply for and report on funding.
  • Crafting A.R.T./New York’s annual report in conjunction with the Communications Coordinator.
  • Liaising with the Development Associate on various projects, as necessary.



  • Excellent writing, communication, interpersonal and organizational skills
  • 1-2 years’ prior experience in grant writing and prospect research
  • Fervent interest in working as a member of a motivated and passionate team of fundraisers
  • Ability to prioritize multiple assignments and meet demanding deadlines
  • Experience with Office Suite, Google Docs and Sheets, as well as DonorPerfect or similar database
  • Comfort with strategic communications
  • A desire to work across differences

A.R.T./New York offers a competitive salary and benefits, commensurate with experience. 

To apply, please send a cover letter, resume, salary requirements, three short writing samples (2-3 pages), and three references to jobs@art-newyork.org. Please include the title of this position and your full name in the subject line of the email. 

A.R.T./New York is committed to diversity in all its forms, and women and people of color and all abilities are encouraged to apply.

Due to a high volume of applicants, we will only be able to contact those who are invited in for an interview. No phone calls. 

PART-TIME FACILITIES MANAGER at A.R.T./New York’s South Oxford Space in Fort Greene and at Spaces@520 in Midtown Manhattan

This is a very hands-on position involving interaction with clients and physical upkeep of the facilities. The working environment is professional, yet relaxed and friendly. Start date mid to late June.

Duties include (but are not limited to) customer service, scheduling studio space and entering reservations into the booking database/calendar, invoicing, taking payments, general building upkeep (including light janitorial duties), and providing administrative support to the general managers.

Hours vary with the bulk of the schedule being nights and weekends (we are open 9am-10pm daily). 5 to 20 hours per week. Hourly wage starts at $14, with opportunity to increase after a few months. Start date mid to late June.

Ideal candidate will be hard working, have a positive attitude, attention to detail, ability to prioritize tasks, able to communicate well and have computer skills. Knowledge of and interest in New York City theatre is a plus.

South Oxford Space house offices for 20 non-profit theatre companies and 3 rehearsal studios for rent by the hour. Spaces@520 house offices for 20 non-profit theatre companies, a shared desk space and 5 rehearsal studios.

More information on A.R.T./New York at www.art-newyork.org.

Send cover letter, resume and 3 references to Stephanie Bok: sbok@art-newyork.org. No phone calls. Job posting closes 6/18/18. 

Part-time Work at A.R.T./New York in Midtown and Fort Greene  

A.R.T./New York is seeking a creative handyperson that can take on small jobs at our two facilities -- Spaces @ 520 in Midtown Manhattan and the LuEsther T. Mertz South Oxford Space in Fort Greene, Brooklyn. 

Ongoing tasks include patching and painting walls, minor carpentry work, and even some gardening possibilities. Electrical or plumbing skills are a plus, but not necessary. Work is on an as-needed basis with very flexible hours. Hourly wage determined by experience. References required.  

To apply, contact Stephanie Bok at sbok@art-newyork.org. No phone calls, please.