Rain City Rock Camp, based in Seattle, encourages positive self-esteem in youth and adults of marginalized genders through music education programs. Each year approximately 300 youth participate in our programs, and over 250 volunteers donate over 7,000 hours of time and services. Our staff is a small and collaborative team that values and seeks diverse team members who are passionate, innovative, flexible, professional, fun, responsible, and solution-oriented. RCRC recently won BECU’s Member Volunteer of the Year Award, and we are proud of our loyal and engaged community of volunteers and donors.

AVAILABLE POSITIONS:

Teaching Artists: RCRC is seeking awesome Teaching Artists to lead single workshops and monthly series for our 2023 winter and spring programming! Please read the full position description here, and apply below.

Apply to be a Teaching Artist Here!

Operations and Administrative Manager: The Operations and Administrative Manager serves a dual role as the office manager and overall support for the RCRC staff. The team member in this internal-facing position manages relationships and serves as the primary contact with operations related vendors, with limited yet important interactions with key stakeholders such as donors, volunteers, and other community members. The team member plays an integral role in supporting the everyday operations of our small office.

This position reports directly to the Executive Director. This is an excellent opportunity for a strong multi-tasker with stellar administrative skills, project management skills, attention to detail, computer skills, and enthusiasm for working as part of a team.

Full Position Description and How to Apply

Our Nondiscrimination Policy

Rain City Rock Camp does not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, religion, nationality, marital status, sexual orientation, mental or physical ability, or gender identity or expression in the administration of any of its educational programs, admissions policies, scholarships, camp-related policies and programs, and volunteer/employment-related policies and activities.

We especially encourage Black, Indigenous, People of Color and gender expansive individuals to apply for leadership positions.