The Development Associate is a central member of the Rogue Valley Symphony administrative team, and
is responsible for donor acquisition and retention, with a primary focus on donors giving $1,000 or more
annually. Under the supervision of the Executive Director, the Development Associate oversees all aspects
of donor management and gift processing, including all annual fundraising programs, direct mail appeals,
individual and corporate sponsorships, creation of monthly development reports, calendaring of all grant
deadlines and scheduling and staffing of all development events.
Please find an overview below, and click the link above for the full description, requirements, and compensation.
The Education Coordinator is responsible for the maintenance, enhancement, implementation
and management of a broad array of educational and community engagement programs
designed to engage patrons of all ages and experience levels with the Rogue Valley Symphony.
The Education Coordinator manages all education activities, including the coordination of all
volunteers and staff involved in delivering any aspect of the programs. The Education
Coordinator will also represent the RVS to other arts, education, and civic institutions to promote
constructive working partnerships in the community as they relate to education in collaboration
with the Executive Director. The position requires the ability to conceptualize and facilitate the
effective management of several diverse programs simultaneously, assuring the highest quality
artistically and educationally, in alignment with the organization’s Mission Statement while being
responsive to the needs of various stakeholders.
No openings at this time. Openings may become available starting March 2022.
There are number of volunteer opportunities with the Rogue Valley Symphony. Most prominent is our esteemed team of ushers, who assist our patrons to have the best possible concert experience. If this sounds like something you’d like to do, please fill out our Usher form or contact the Box Office with your full name, a preferred email address, and your personal calendar in hand.
Ashland and Grants Pass performances rely upon the dedication of our volunteer ushers, who help to make concerts run smoothly and are often the first point of contact with Symphony patrons. An usher arrives before the concert and reports to the Patron Services Manager, Lisa. Before the concert, the ushers scan tickets, hand out programs, direct the flow of patrons in the hall, open and close the doors, and assist elderly or disabled patrons to their seats as needed. After the concert, the ushers work with the Patron Services Manager to collect programs and any personal belongings left in the hall.
A volunteer usher needs excellent people skills, the ability to stand for extended periods, the ability to work as a team, and a commitment to friendly service. Attire consists of black pants or skirt, and a white or black button-up top. This opportunity is available at the Ashland and Grants Pass venues.
If you’re interested in helping with events or other volunteer opportunities, stay tuned.
If you have a place of business, school, or group that you think would be interested in the symphony, drop on by our office and pick up a stack of posters! We love meeting new people and introducing them to the art of the Rogue Valley, so feel free to hand our our brochures at your leisure.