Careers with TRG Arts
Careers at TRG Arts


Help us get results for arts and cultural organizations.

TRG's staff team represents some of the best and brightest minds in the arts industry today. We look for team members who can contribute to our expertise, advance our intellectual curiosity, and share our passion for the arts.

We are always interested in finding great people who may want to work at TRG Arts in the future. If you don't see a position you qualify for, please send your resume and cover letter as attachments to

Open Positions:

Project Coordinator, Client Service (posted February 15, 2017)

Who we are

TRG Arts is a results-driven consulting firm dedicated to the arts and entertainment field. We use data to develop strategies that help clients achieve the kind of results that achieve working capital and loyal patronage. In short, TRG works with clients on strategic practices for sustainability.

TRG Arts was created in 1995 by our late founder, Rick Lester. We are based in beautiful Colorado Springs, Colorado at the TRG Arts Center for Results. Our 35 team members believe in making change that helps arts communities thrive. The Center for Results is TRG’s learning, teaching, and consulting center in which we host clients, partners, and friends in the national and international arts and cultural sector.

Informed by data, TRG consultants and analysts guide growth to achieve results.  We work with clients in these three core areas of our business:

  • Consulting: TRG transforms organizations through strategies that increase organizational capacity and result in sustaining revenue growth. Through pricing, patron loyalty, and data counsel, we grow stronger, longer patron relationships and revenue. Learn more about our work in patron loyalty and in pricing.
  • Data & analytics services: How can arts marketers and fundraisers must build personal relationships with a database of thousands of patrons? Researching audiences informs the strategic action that can lead to increased loyalty and revenue. Learn more>>
  • Community data networks: What if we could take all the data, from every ticketing/fundraising system in a community, and analyze it all in one place? TRG Community Networks do just this in over 20 locations throughout the U.S. Learn more>>

Where we are

Colorado Springs sits at the base of Pikes Peak, one of Colorado’s “14er” mountains at over 14,000 feet of elevation. The city is home to some of the best outdoor recreation the state has to offer. The TRG Arts Center for Results is in the heart of downtown Colorado Springs near a variety of local shops, restaurants, galleries, and museums. With a view of Pikes Peak to the west, you are never more than a few minutes away from some of the best hiking, cycling and rock climbing in the U.S. The Pikes Peak region is also home to more than 300 nonprofit arts, cultural, and humanities groups. Our local nonprofit arts organizations generate $72 million in annual economic impact and creative industries are the 5th largest employment cluster in the state of Colorado.

TRG values and culture

At TRG, we believe performing arts and cultural organizations help communities thrive. Arts and culture strengthen communities by helping people learn, heal, and simply have fun!  And, it’s our arts and cultural organizations that play a specific role in curating and enabling these community experiences.

We believe in people. Our people are what make TRG who we are. We are a group who believe in the arts and are smart, curious, dynamic, and hard working.

We value fun. Whether that is spending time with family, volunteering, hiking, mountain biking, singing in a choir, or playing in an orchestra, TRG encourages work life balance.


Some of the benefits TRG offers include:

  • Company social events
  • Career development and training
  • Mentorship
  • Bonus Program
  • 3 weeks paid time off, including the week between Christmas and New Year’s Day
  • Paid sick leave
  • Medical, dental and vision insurance options
  • Long-term disability
  • 401(k)
  • Flexible Spending Account plan

What people say about working at TRG


“I love digging into the data so that it can tell a story. I’ve always been a storyteller, whether it’s as an actor or director, or an analyst. Now I tell the story with data.”
                                                                   -Heather Puri, Consulting Analyst

"I really esteem my colleagues in their experience, attitude, and aptitude. It’s phenomenal. TRG brings out the best, in that it’s an organization that seeks and cultivates life-long learning yet honors the individual."
                                                                          -Anita Hansen, Senior Consultant

"The environment at TRG is one of passionate, like-minded folks gathering together to solve the problems of the arts admin world—and doing it well. I really enjoy working with all of our clients, who are so smart, each in their own way."
                                            -Claudia van Poperingen, Director of Data Services

Get to know team TRG better. Check out our staff profiles>>

How to apply

If there are open positions, please carefully read the descriptions listed below, then submit your resume and cover letter to .

Open position descriptions


Project Coordinator, Client Service

Reports to: Director of Client Services

Positions Supervised: None

TRG’s team of Project Coordinators are highly accountable, proactive and essential members of the TRG Client Service (existing business) and Client Development (new business) teams whose number one priority is to optimize efficiency and accuracy for the company’s client-facing business. Reporting to TRG’s Director of Client Services, the Project Coordinator for Client Service manages key and critical timelines, internal and external communication related to those projects, and analysis for both the TRG Client Service and Client Development teams. Trafficking multiple projects effectively and without fail is the imperative of this position. The Project Coordinator for Client Service also coordinates work and projects that require collaboration between TRG’s consulting team and their colleagues in production and analytic roles.

Major Responsibilities:

The Project Coordinator for Client Service  will work full time in TRG’s Colorado Springs headquarters and be responsible for the following duties:

  • Managing and implementing all aspects of data collection, quality control checks and related client and internal communication around needs and deadlines for a variety of analysis including:
  • client pricing analysis;
  • client loyalty analysis;
  • ‘sprint’ project work;
  • client start-up analysis (Baseline Assessments);
  • and custom projects. 
  • Lead weekly Production and regular Client Service meetings to determine project statuses, accountabilities, and risks.
  • Coordinating and implementing a standard start-up for all new data services clients. Act as liaison between internal team members and the client to ensure an accurate and on-time launch on TRG’s Data Center platform.
  • Developing and optimizing tools to view and evaluate TRG’s client service and production capacity and profitability. Collaborating with key members of TRG’s management team to regularly form recommendations on the real-time state of the client service team’s capacity. TRG’s on-line project management application will be leveraged as a resource for this duty.
  • Leads the implementation, optimization, and day-to-day usage of TRG’s on-line project management application, as well as PMAP, to track project statuses, assignments, and deliverables. Under the direction of the Director of Data Services, assigns Production Analysts to projects. Under the direction of the Director of Client Services, assigns Consulting Analysts to projects.
  • Proactively and regularly evaluate the effectiveness and efficiency of his/her processes and make recommendations for change and improvement. The Project Coordinator must have the ability to communicate needs and recommendations related to process improvement. 


Candidates must have:

  • A Bachelor’s degree, and 5+ years’ experience in team or project coordination in which the timely, efficient delivery of complex, multi-phase work is accomplished by a high-performing team.
  • Clear, unafraid, proactive communication skills supported by demonstrated ability to think critically and strategically.
  • Ease in decision-making based on gathered information and experience.
  • Exemplary analytic and problem-solving skills, including the ability to create and follow processes for effective collaboration and timely work completion.
  • Proficiency in the Microsoft Office suite of programs, especially Microsoft Excel and Access, with the demonstrated ability to use these tools for data analysis and describing findings.
  • An obsessive attention to detail and accuracy while maintaining the ability to keep projects on schedule.
  • Ability to give and receive evaluation and criticism constructively.
  • Relocation to TRG’s headquarters location in Colorado Springs, CO is required.


Position is located in TRG’s Colorado Springs, Colorado, office.

To apply, please send resume and cover letter via email specifying how you meet the required qualifications to:
TRG Arts Recruiting
90 S. Cascade Ave.
Suite 510
Colorado Springs, CO 80903

Upcoming Events


Ticketing Professionals 2017 - March 16-17, 2017; Birmingham, UK

No Boundaries 2017 - March 28-29, 2017; Manchester & Hull, UK

National Alliance of Musical Theaters (NAMT) Spring Conference - March 28-April 1, 2017; Los Angeles, CA


Professional Development Workshops

Killer Group Sales Campaigns - July 14, 2017; Online

Measuring What Matters: Building my Report Toolkit - August 7, 2017; San Diego, CA

Sales and Service on Steroids - August 7, 2017; San Diego, CA



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