As Arts for the Aging forges ahead with a newly revitalized strategic plan celebrating recent growth and enrichment in our mission and programming, we are expanding and transitioning our team. We’re inviting applications for new and continuing full-time staff positions — Program Director, Administrative Manager and Fundraising Coordinator— with anticipated interview and hire dates in March-April 2020. The job descriptions and application instructions are available via the links above. A cover letter, that describes how your skills and experience directly match the respective position, to accompany your resume is mandatory. No phone inquiries or snail mail applications, please.

UPDATE: We are pausing on accepting applications for the Administrative Manager and Program Director positions, as we move into the interview phase for those searches. Still being accepted are Fundraising Coordinator applications, as of 3/26/20. 

Over the last two years our artistic faculty and reach to community partners has grown by 20%. 23 teaching artists — five who are new introducing curricula in theatre, play-writing, poetry, and tango — regularly reach 1,376 older adults and caregivers in 50 community and residential care settings and cultural institutions in the Greater Washington, D.C. region. Together with 600 annual and celebrated music, dance, and visual arts programs, these workshops provide accessible and uplifting ways to meet the effects of changing abilities that come with aging.

With the challenge that most of our staff is changing at once, comes the opportunity to bring on new colleagues around similar hiring timelines to partner with us in next exciting steps. We look forward to hearing from you.