The Seattle Symphony employs a talented and dedicated administrative staff.
We only accept applications for open positions as listed below.
Orchestra Personnel Manager
The Orchestra Personnel Manager (OPM) is the cornerstone in the relationship between the Musicians and Administration. This position creates an environment for the musicians that is representative of Seattle Symphony Orchestra’s (SSO) values of excellence, innovation, curiosity, collaboration, inclusivity, respect, integrity, and service by acting as a counsel and a resource for SSO Musicians.
Ticket Services Associate
This position supports the various aspects of Seattle Symphony and Benaroya Hall ticketing processing and procedures.
Communications Fellow (Washington State Work Study)
The Communications Fellow will work closely with the Director of Content to gain an understanding of communications strategy and implementation at a major symphony orchestra. This task-oriented part-time fellowship is 15–19 hours per week.
Sales and Fundraising Representatives
The outbound representative is responsible for generating new season ticket holders and donors to the Orchestra by contacting recent, qualified prospects and renewing donors and patrons, and urging them to commit to season tickets or donations, helping, to further advance audience development efforts for the Seattle Symphony Orchestra.
Development Intern - Unpaid
This Development Intern position is an unpaid internship. The intern will work with the Development department to gain real-world experience fundraising for a major symphony orchestra. This task-oriented, part-time, unpaid internship is 12-20 hours per week with flexibility for class schedules. Schedule must allow for minimum four-hour shifts, with full days preferred.
Public Relations Intern
The intern will report and work closely with the Director of Communications to gain an introductory understanding of public relations, PR as a career, and the role of PR at a major symphony orchestra. This task-oriented part-time internship is 10–15 hours per week. The intern attends department meetings and all-staff meetings. In addition to gaining real-world experience, the intern will also have the opportunity to work with other members of the communications staff to explore skills related to publications, content creation, social media and videography/photography, depending on interest and experience.