Position Summary: East Bay Center seeks a talented colleague to oversee financial and business activities for a non-profit cultural Center with a budget under $3 million dollars. The successful candidate will be a participative manager and will lead a small team to support the following areas: finance, business planning and budgeting, human resources, administration, and IT. The Financial Controller will play a critical role as part of the senior leadership team in strategic decision making and operations as the Center continues to enhance its quality programming and builds capacity. This is a serious opportunity for a finance and operations leader to join a team with strong commitment and infrastructure, and contribute to the ongoing capacity-building of a nationally-respected, high-impact organization. The Center currently has an interim Controller, but we are looking for a long-term controller, even during the time of the pandemic. 


(Part Time)

East Bay Center seeks a talented colleague to provide human resource support for a non-profit cultural Center with approximately 24 full time and 50 part time employees and a budget under $3 million dollars. The successful candidate will provide HR expertise, guidance and support in a wide variety of HR functions including hiring, onboarding, policy development and implementation of employee relations, training, and disciplinary actions including internal investigations.  The HRO works closely with the Center Leadership in executing a performance management system and training supervising staff.  The position provides consultation services regarding all regulatory compliance.


Position Summary: East Bay Center for the Performing Arts is currently seeking enthusiastic, skilled and creative music teachers to join the School Partnerships team of In-School faculty. The Center partners with the West Contra Costa Unified School District to serve under-resourced elementary and middle schools in Richmond by bringing music education into classrooms where it otherwise would not exist.


East Bay Center's Teaching Artists carry the mission of the Center to ignite the imaginations of young people through the performing arts. We work with over 20 school partner sites each year, reaching over 4,500 students in Richmond and San Pablo.

Teaching Artists are directly responsible for developing engaging curricula in collaboration with the School Partnerships Department. She/he will be responsible for maintaining the quality of our programs, developing strong relationship with our partner schools, and contributing to the mission of the organization. 

Disciplines: Include but not limited to: circus, music, theater, dance, spoken word, storytelling, voice, capoeira, and global art traditions.

Teaching Artist: After-School- Must be available to teach a minimum of one day a week for two hours doing the after-school hours (3-5:30pm).

Teaching Artist: General Music- Teaching includes music theory, instrumental instruction (recorder, voice and/or ukulele), and ensemble performance techniques.

Teaching Artist: Arts Integration-Includes delivering project-based in collaboration with elementary school teachers aligned with the Common Core and VAPA Standards.

All Teaching Artists are expected to take part in the East Bay Center's orientation, yearly professional development workshops, and in our program quality improvement process. 

We review applicants for our Teaching Artist positions on an ongoing basis. If interested, please send a resume, thoughtful cover letter and any relevant video clips demonstrating artistic talent and teaching capacity to Andrea Landín, Director of School Partnerships.

Ruthie Dineen

Managing Director