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  • Development Associate posted on 04/17/2019

    North Coast Repertory Theatre

    Job Description - Working closely with the Director of Development, Senior Leadership, and Board of Directors at North County’s leading professional not-for-profit regional theatre, the Development Associate provides superior customer service to theatre donors, prospects, and department volunteers to foster achievement of the organization’s monthly, quarterly, and annual contributed revenue goals.

    Qualifications - Motivated self-starter with ability to work on several projects simultaneously and flexibility to adapt to unexpected circumstances sought.

    Ideal candidate demonstrates exceptional attention to detail and superior follow-up, along with strong organizational skills and ability to work as part of a team in a fast-paced, creative environment. Superior phone, personal, and written communication skills required.

    1 – 2 years of high-end customer experience preferred. Experience with Microsoft Office Suite, especially Word, Excel, and PowerPoint required. Experience with G-Suite a plus. Donor and/or ticketing database experience a plus.

    Additional Information - Typical tasks include:

    1. Daily recording of cash, check & credit card donations, and processing gift acknowledgement and thank you letters,

    2. Routine database management, including acting as staff lead for donor database, list management, donor history and campaign reports,

    3. Selection and export of data for mailings, donor recognition, production programs, database queries, reporting and lists (minimum of 10 mailings conducted throughout the year, including summer and annual appeals),

    4. Follow up on donor, prospect, and Board inquiries

    5. Execution of mail merges to print letters, appeals, and labels,

    6. Manage efficient and accurate filing system for donor and prospect records,

    7. Streamline and improve gift processing procedures,

    8. Organize and support department special events, especially with recruitment, communication, management, and follow up with event volunteers

    9. Assist with grant applications, tracking, and reporting, and

    10. Update department website content

    Occasional work in the evening or on weekends is required. The above description is intended as a guide to general job responsibilities and is not a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, and responsibilities required.

    Please submit resume with cover letter to by 5 PM, Friday, April 26, 2019.

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  • Theatre Marketing Manager posted on 04/10/2019

    Point Loma Playhouse (PLP) seeks a Theatre Marketing Manager.

    Key Responsibilities & Duties Include:

    - Oversee and execute effective marketing material to promote our theatre productions special events and acting workshops

    - Expand the public awareness of our theatre through a variety of marketing strategies and media streams including web and social media sites

    Preferred Experience & Qualifications :

    - 1 to 3 years theatre marketing experience

    - Working knowledge of graphic design software to create posters, websites, fliers and social media advertisements

    - Creative and strategic thinking

    - Attention to detail for quality and completeness

    - Communication and coordination skills for teamwork

    About Point Loma Playhouse:

    Point Loma Playhouse is a nonprofit 501c-3 community theatre which produces 4 to 5 productions (drama, comedy, musical) special events and, acting workshops each year.

    Note to Applicants

    • This is a paid position.

    • Please email a current resume, with cover letter outlining your qualifications to

    David Sein, at:

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  • Company Management Assistant (Part-Time) posted on 04/10/2019

    The Old Globe

    The Old Globe, a Tony Award-winning theatre and one of the country’s leading regional theatres seeks a Company Management Assistant for our summer season. This position will assist the Company Manager and Assistant Company Manager to provide guest artist support during their residency at the theatre. Duties include assisting transporting company members, delivering shipped items/assisting with outbound shipping, assisting with travel and housing, and providing support for day-to-day needs. Must have a valid driver’s license. Requires flexible schedule including nights and weekends. Physical requirements include ability to carry up to 60 lbs., including up and down multiple flights of stairs. Must be able to complete and clear a background screening. Part-time temporary position begins mid-May through October 23rd. Pay rate is $14/hour, 16-hours/week average, with extra hours as needed including some weekend work. The Old Globe is committed to fostering a culture of equity, diversity, and inclusion in all areas of our operation, therefore we strongly encourage applications from populations underrepresented in the theatre field. Multilingual candidates are also strongly encouraged to apply. Send cover letter and resume to

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  • Guest Services Team Member posted on 04/09/2019

    Lawrence Family Jewish Community Center

    PAY RATE/STATUS: $12.00-$16.00 per hour DOE / Full-time, Non-Exempt

    Do you have what it takes to brighten someone’s day and make him/her feel like a VIP regardless of the circumstances? Are you tech savvy, an amazing communicator and have an outstanding work ethic? If so, we’d love to meet you!

    Under the supervision of the Guest Services Manager, the Guest Services Team Member is a high profile customer service position delivering the highest level of service to our members, exemplifying professionalism, and creating a welcoming and friendly environment. The Guest Services Team Member is responsible for welcoming guests, answering phones, managing customer issues and requests, and providing administrative support to the Community Engagement management team.


    High School Diploma is preferred but not required.

    1 year of experience in hospitality/service industry.

    Previous experience in Box Office or Guest Services is preferred but not required.

    Previous experience with Tessitura, Ticketmaster, Showare, Paciolan or additional ticketing software/other CMS programs is preferred but not required.

    Ability and willingness to become a Tessitura Master-User.

    CPR/AED/First Aid Certified (or willingness to become certified)


    Requires long periods of sitting and standing.

    Frequently is required to stand, walk, sit, and reach with hands and arms for long periods of time.

    Occasional lifting, pulling, climbing, kneeling, and bending.

    Regularly required to communicate.

    Specific vision abilities required by this job include close, distance, peripheral, depth perception, and able to adjust focus.

    Able to do light lifting (maximum 25 lbs) as needed is required.

    HOW TO APPLY: If interested in the position, please reply to with your cover letter and resume. NO PHONE CALLS

    MORE DETAILS: Full-time positions are eligible for a wide variety of benefits that include:

    Health Insurance

    Life Insurance

    Long-Term Disability Insurance

    Paid Vacation and Holidays

    403(b) Retirement Plan Contributions

    FREE JCC Annual Family Membership

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  • Arts Engagement Programs Manager posted on 04/05/2019

    The Old Globe

    The Old Globe seeks an Arts Engagement Programs Manager for a full-time position with benefits. Reporting to the Director of Arts Engagement, the AE Programs Manager is responsible for developing and managing all aspects of assigned programs and building relationships with community partners. This position’s primary focuses are Globe For All tours and related activities, the Globe’s Behind the Curtain program, and Bard Basics workshops. The ideal candidate will be highly resourceful and organized, with strong leadership, project management, and artistic skills who is able to work autonomously as well as on a team. Experience managing community-based projects is also essential.

    Spanish speaking is a plus. The Old Globe has a strong commitment to equity, diversity and inclusion. Previous ED&I training, experience, ability, and commitment to working with diverse groups in terms of gender expression, race, sexual orientation, religion, ability, age, class, and immigrant status is preferred but not required. College degree or equivalent experience is required; minimum of three years of experience working in the arts or social services is preferred. Must be able to work occasional nights and weekends. Must have a valid driver’s license and access to a vehicle for occasional business use. Must be able to pass a background check. Send cover letter and resume to

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