Careers & Volunteers


Paid Positions:


Engagement Coordinator

The Mosesian Center for the Arts is looking for a creative, tech-savvy, customer service oriented team player with a passion for the Arts to join our close-knit team. The Engagement Coordinator is dedicated to the enrichment of the patron experience and will serve as a first point of contact to visitors attending activities and programs in our space. The engagement coordinator will have primary responsibility of maintaining our patron database and related systems. This entry-level, full-time position with benefits will report to the Executive Director, but works cross functionally with team members in our theatre, visual, and literary arts programs.




  • Provide excellent customer service to donors, members, visitors, and volunteers
  • Maintain patron database – input donations and memberships, generate acknowledgements, oversee membership renewal process
  • Identify, implement, and oversee data clean-up projects as needed
  • Play an integral role on development team to cultivate, build relationships, and foster engagement with new and returning members and donors
  • Coordinate, execute, and prospect for various fundraising campaigns and events throughout the year
  • Research and write grants in partnership with the Executive Director


General Administration

  • Staff the Center’s welcome desk as the first point of contact for patrons in our building
  • Generation of fundraising reports as needed for Executive Director and staff
  • Coordinate incentivized volunteer program with our Volunteer Coordinator
  • Other duties as assigned



  • Outgoing, positive personality with a knack for connecting with people of many backgrounds
  • Master juggler with the ability to manage a variety of tasks and projects with multiple deadlines
  • Knowledge of best practices and trends in non-profit fundraising preferred
  • Desire to work in a fast paced, creative not-for-profit arts environment
  • Strong organizational skills with acute attention to detail
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Fast learner with broad computer skills including basic knowledge of Excel, mail merges, database/information management and word processing
  • Experience with OvationTix or similar patron management database software a plus
  • A team player that is motivated to learn, and happy to pitch in as needed in a changing environment
  • Flexibility - this full time Monday – Friday position that requires occasional evening and weekend work as dictated by special events, fundraising initiatives, and meetings.



Please email resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to



Event Staff

The Mosesian Center for the Arts is looking for members to join our Event Staff Team. The Event Staff is responsible for various duties as assigned including but not limited to: running the concession stand, house managing events, event set-up and breakdown/clean up, acting as customer service representatives at various in-house events and outside promotional appearances for the center. This is an hourly contract position with a flexible schedule of predominately night and weekend events. Click here to learn more and apply.



Volunteers & Interns:



Mosesian Center for the Arts welcomes you to become a part of this exciting art community. Thousands of artists, patrons, students and guests visit MCA every week. Reliable volunteers are an important element in the center’s success throughout the year.  There are a variety of volunteer positions available: Ushers, classroom assistants and greeters. Volunteers will be trained in their responsibilities and will be eligible to earn volunteer credits that can be applied to a class or ticket purchase (Mosesian productions only). Click here to sign up to be a Volunteer or scroll below.



The MCA and WCT accept internship applications on a rolling basis. Internships are available for most WCT programs. Please visit our programs page to learn more about current/future programs. If you have questions about interning please contact the WCT staff at To apply please download and complete the Internship Application Form and return to



Watertown Children's Theatre seeks college level Apprentices for their 2017-2018 Production Programming Season. This is a wonderful opportunity for current students interested in gaining real world experience in technical and educational theatre. Experience working with children required for all positions. To apply, please send a cover letter outlining the apprenticeships you are interested in and resume to Producing Director, Meghan Hill at


To become a volunteer, please fill out the form below to join our list. If you've already done so and would like to sign up for a shift, please fill out our shift sign up form here.