Exciting and challenging opportunities exist at Carnegie Hall. We offer a chance to work for one of New York's most beautiful landmark buildings where the finest artists from around the world gather.
We seek an Associate, who reporting to the Director of Family Programs, will be responsible for producing Family Concerts and Carnegie Kids concerts; coordinating aspects of the Lullaby Project, particularly providing support for National Lullaby Partners and related special projects; and sharing responsibilities for planning and executing Family Weekends.
Carnegie Hall’s subscription telesales vendor, DCM,is
looking for articulate & enthusiastic self-starters to promote its exciting
125th anniversary season.
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applicable federal, state, and local laws, Carnegie Hall provides equal
employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without
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