Careers & Part Time Jobs

Help Make the Magic Happen

With live performances, our Worlds of Puppetry Museum and a host of educational programming, the Center is always looking for talented professionals from a variety of disciplines to work with us.

Why Work at the Center for Puppetry Arts

Amazing People
We’re proud to work with an amazing team of artists, stagehands and volunteers who make the experience of coming to the Center a fun on each day.
Resume-worthy Experience
With our small band of dedicated team members, we can ensure that all hires have the opportunity to fill their resume with valuable, hands-on work experience.
Discounts & Other Benefits
As an employee of the Center you will be able to receive discounted admission to shows and events for friends and loved ones, as well as standard compensation.
Opportunity to Grow
Once you have worked at the Center for Puppetry Arts, you’ll be part of a network of Atlanta artists and theaters, making it easy to continue your growth in the arts.
New Postings

Now Hiring!

Chief Development Officer

The Center for Puppetry Arts is accepting resumes for Chief Development Officer. The Chief Development Officer is responsible for growing and diversifying the organization’s funding base, by working closely with the Board of Directors and Advisors and the Executive Director, and also the corporate and foundation donor portfolio to expand its major gifts donor program.

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Ticket Sales Assistant Supervisor

The Ticket Sales Assistant Supervisor’s overall responsibility is to assist the Ticket Sales Director in managing the day-to-day operations of the ticket sales office at the Center for Puppetry Arts.

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Museum Operations Manager

The Museum Operations Manager is responsible for providing each visitor with the best possible experience by aligning front-of-house operations and services with the organization’s values of creativity and curiosity, supervising front-of-house staff, managing daily operations of the Museum and Gift Shop, and ensuring staff is scheduled and trained to conduct events, digital content, and public programming.

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Staff Accountant

The role of the Staff Accountant will prepare and maintain financial records to track the organization’s assets, liabilities, changes in net assets, and other related financial activities.

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Overhire Scenic Crew

The Center for Puppetry Arts is accepting resumes to fill its ever-growing list of scenic artists, craftsmen, and technicians for part-time opportunities on an as-needed basis. Specific duties may range from general technical assistance to specific artistry projects. The expected duties are outlined by the Technical Director during the planning process to fill specific needs. Scene shop crew are encouraged to discuss interest in upcoming projects.

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  • Complete the form below or call 404-873-3391 to contact our Ticket Sales Office for this program. You should expect to be contacted by our Ticket Sales Office within 48 hours. Thank you!