President and CEO

Reno Philharmonic Association - Reno, NV
The Reno Philharmonic Association (RPA) seeks a President and CEO. As the senior staff administrative position within the organization, the President and CEO will manage the human and financial resources of The Reno Phil Orchestra and the RPA.

The President and CEO will be accountable for all operational aspects of the organization. The President and CEO will provide leadership, vision, and information needed to enable the Board of Trustees to adopt constructive, progressive, and practical plans for the development of the organization and the enrichment of the musical life of the community. The President and CEO will ensure that the RPA improves its musical product, operates on as stable a financial basis as possible, and carries out its obligation to serve as a community institution.

The Reno Phil is northern Nevada’s largest performing arts organization with music for all tastes and ages. The orchestra, led by Music Director and Conductor Laura Jackson, is a part-time, per-service orchestra composed of over 60 musicians who perform throughout the Reno, Carson Valley, and Lake Tahoe regions. The Reno Phil oversees and operates the professional orchestra, a symphonic chorus, four youth orchestras, and numerous educational and outreach programs. The Reno Phil engages an active Board of Trustees, staff, volunteers, patrons, donors, sponsors, partner organizations, and the community to ensure that it will thrive through future generations.

“The Reno Phil is committed to serving the community and nurturing youth with abundant and effective education programs. We value diverse programming and strive to serve diverse constituencies in our community.

Reno is a community that enjoys, values, and supports the arts. Reno is one of the fastest-growing cities in the western United States. The Truckee River flows by the Philharmonic offices and the community is surrounded by the beautiful Sierra Nevada Mountains, featuring Lake Tahoe, where the orchestra performs each summer. We seek a creative partner and leader who will bring energy and ideas to the organization and work with the staff, Board, musicians, and community to open a new chapter in the Philharmonic’s history.”
— Meagan Noin, Chair, Board of Trustees

For more information, including core competencies and qualifications, please refer to the full prospectus.