The Center for the Performing Arts and the Great American Songbook Foundation are affiliated nonprofit arts organizations based in Carmel, Indiana, a suburb of Indianapolis. They are equal opportunity employers offering competitive salaries and benefits in a supportive work environment.
The Center and the Foundation strive to be models and leaders in the community by creating a welcoming, affirming environment that is anti-racist and dedicated to advancing social justice and human rights, in which all employees, patrons and other visitors feel safe, supported, respected and valued.
We treasure the arts for their unique ability to express the individual spirit while celebrating our common humanity. Our mission to engage, inspire and educate encompasses the entire Indiana community and leaves no room for exclusion or discrimination of any kind, whether based on race, color, age, sex, religion, ethnicity, national origin, disability, socioeconomic status, veteran status, sexual orientation, or gender identity and expression. Diversity, equity, inclusion and empowerment are essential principles that guide our decisions as an employer and as a presenter of public events.
Bartender is a part-time position that provides excellent customer service to patrons of the Center for the Performing Arts, through listening to patron requests and preparing beverages.
Responsibilities include serving patrons at the ticket office, using the Tessitura ticketing system, and performing all duties as directed by the Patron Services management team.
For career opportunities with our sister organization, the Great American Songbook Foundation, please visit the Foundation's Career Page.