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Arts, Culture, and Community Program Director
Staenberg-Loup Jewish Community Center
350 South Dahlia Street
Denver, CO 80246

Principal Responsibilities:

The Arts, Culture, and Community Program Director will be responsible for providing leadership, vision, guidance, oversight, budgeting, grant management, fundraising and ongoing direction for JCC Arts, Culture, and Community programming. The ideal candidate has a strong programming acumen with experience in and a passion for arts and culture. Programs under the oversight of this position include Jewish life, Community and Arts programming, LGBTQIA+, festivals (Jewish Arts, Authors, Movies, and Music Festival, Denver Jewish Film Festival, and ReelAbilities), and Wolf Theatre Academy. Weekend, evening, and holiday hours will be required.

Program Director Responsibilities

Minimum Qualifications:

Basic Qualifications


55,000 - 65,000

Agency Information:

For nearly 100 years, Denver's Jewish Community Center (the "JCC") has strived to build a community where everyone belongs. The center was founded in 1922 as a place of refuge for the Jewish people of Denver, where they could safely gather under one roof to celebrate their cultural heritage.

Since then, the JCC has evolved into something more - more than a single building, more than just a gathering place, and more than individual departments and programs. Today, the JCC is an inclusive community that extends beyond its walls in which they do business. Today, the doors are open to anyone who wants to celebrate life and be a part of something more.

The JCC community is able to take advantage of a rich variety of programming that includes day and overnight camps, arts and culture programs, the early learning school, fitness and aquatics, and tennis.

A subsidiary of the JCC, the JCC Mizel Arts and Culture Center ("MACC") illuminates the human experience through creative and cultural programs in the performing, visual, and literary arts for the Jewish community and the community at large. Historically, the Mizel Arts and Culture Center has served over 26,000 people a year through a variety of programs and events that serve a broad demographic of cultural patrons.