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  • Production Intern posted on 06/22/2018

    San Diego Opera

    Production Intern, San Diego Opera
    San Diego Opera is seeking a Production Intern to work with the stage management staff for our upcoming 2018/19 season. The two separate contract periods, one for the fall of 2018, the other for winter/spring of 2019, dates as follows: September 19 to November 4, 2018; November 19 to December 12, 2018 and January 2 to February 13, 2019; March 4 to April 10, 2019. San Diego hourly rate plus some overtime. Music reading skills and stage management experience a plus. Send resume to Mary.Peters@sdopera.org.

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  • Arts Engagement Programs Coordinator (Interim Position) posted on 06/20/2018

    The Old Globe Theatre

    Arts Engagement Programs Coordinator (Interim Position)

    The Old Globe seeks an Arts Engagement Programs Coordinator for a part-time (30-hours per week,) temporary position. Reporting to the Associate Director of Arts Engagement, the Programs Coordinator will support all AE, Humanities, and school residency programs. This position also provides logistical and operational support of the department’s programs and events. Highly-organized, team player and self-starter, with strong attention to detail needed. Experience with Microsoft Office, particularly Excel and Word required. Spanish speaking is preferred but not required. 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. Approximate position dates are from July through mid/late December. 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 HR@TheOldGlobe.org.

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  • School Programs Manager posted on 06/13/2018

    Playwrights Project

    Job Description: School Programs Manager

    Mission
    Playwrights Project advances literacy, creativity, and communication by inspiring individuals to voice their stories through playwriting programs and theatre productions. Programs include residencies in schools, play development programs for disadvantaged adult communities, training programs for educators, professional productions, and a statewide playwriting contest for youth, culminating in an annual festival of plays at a recognized theatre in San Diego.

    Position
    This is a non - exempt position report ing to the Executive Director , responsible for managing programs for schools , including workshop series, one - day workshops, and performances.

    Responsibilities
    *Assure the implementation of all programs conducted in or with schools
    *Plan with clients (classroom teachers, district personnel), negotiating agreements and scheduling programs
    *Participate in the selection and training of teaching artists and actors (with an emphasis on administrative protocols)
    *Schedule and contract teaching artists to conduct programs
    *Oversee teaching artists’ general implementation of the program within the protocols and philosophy of Playwrights Project , and providing curriculum support and oversight with the Executive Director
    *Assure artists are informed of and implementing administrative and evaluation protocols
    *Maintain spreadsheet of all program activity, records of communications, and database of participating schools and artists , and re port s on activities
    *Review and authorize payment of expenses related to the prog ram, assuring costs are aligned with approved budget and aligned with contracts Invoice schools \ groups purchasing programs, supported by the Administrative Assistant
    *Assist with marketing programs to schools

    Preferred Skills and Experience
    The successful candidate will have a college degree and experience as an arts educator; knowledge of theatre, VAPA and ELA standards ; ability to inspire and lead a team of artists;
    commitment to education and experience working with youth; excellent written and verbal communication skills; ability to manage a budget; and a strong, collaborative work ethic.

    Work Hours and Wages
    This is a half - time position, based on a workweek of 20 hours/week. Hours fluctuate based on activities, typically coinciding with school hours, with evening availability for performances.
    Wages t o be determined based on experience.

    To Apply
    Submit resume and letter of interest to write@playwrightsproject.org. No phone calls please.

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  • Development Associate posted on 06/12/2018

    Cygnet Theatre Company

    Job Title: Development Associate
    Reports To: Development Director

    About Cygnet Theatre: Founded in 2003, Cygnet Theatre is a leading regional company and one of San Diego’s cultural icons. Each year, Cygnet Theatre creates an eclectic mix of 6 or 7 main stage productions, from classics to world premieres to Broadway-style musicals. On stage and off, Cygnet Theatre is dedicated to bringing the best performances to San Diego. Beyond its work on the stage, Cygnet provides educational and outreach programs to youth, emerging artists and Military communities around San Diego County.

    Mission: Believing in the power of theatre to startle the soul, ignite debate and embrace the diversity of the community in which it serves, Cygnet Theatre Company is fearlessly committed to the dissection, examination and celebration of the human story through the medium of live theatre.

    Summary: Responsible for the management and integrity of Cygnet Theatre’s donor database in Theatre Manager including overseeing and conducting data acquisition and analysis, gift processing, tracking and reporting of prospects and donors including individuals, corporations and foundations. Provide administrative support for Cygnet’s Development Department including annual fund giving programs, gift processing and stewardship, event fundraising and other functions as needed to achieve annual fundraising goals.

    Key Database Management Responsibilities:
    • Monitor and evaluate all processes that influence the quality of services to donors, including gift acknowledgement, recording of donor data, electronic and traditional correspondence, recognition and stewardship.
    • Analyze giving statistics to provide information and management reports that can drive development strategies and determine return on investment of specific tactics.
    • Design campaign tracking and moves management reports that can be used internally for senior staff and externally for board of directors and board committees.
    • Produce requested mailing lists and review all mailing lists to ensure conformity to organizational mailing standards.
    • Perform data entry activities including gift entry, event attendee tracking, prospect/donor research information
    • Develop and maintain documentation of all processes and procedures relating to the implementation, maintenance and use of Theatre Manager for development purposes.
    • Assist staff on basic database functions including entering notes, basic report pulling.
    • Work collaboratively across the organization to develop processes regarding Theatre Manager that benefit all facets of the organization, including Marketing/Community Engagement.

    Key Fundraising Responsibilities:
    • Manage mail campaigns including writing direct mail appeals, managing volunteers and analyzing campaign results.
    • Provide logistical support to special event fundraising including annual Gala and Summer Benefit.
    • Coordinate gift acknowledgement process and make thank you calls to annual fund donors.

    Education and Experience:
    • Four-year college degree or equivalent. Advanced degree or CRFE certificate a plus.
    • 2-3 years of experience in non-profit database management, data analysis and non-profit fundraising.
    • Proven success in database analysis and project management.
    • Knowledge of fundraising principles and techniques as well as successful experience working with community volunteers and donors.

    Skills:
    • Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills.
    • Well organized with exceptional attention to detail.
    • Excellent computer skills – experience with non-profit donor management systems a must; experience with Theatre Manager a plus, Microsoft Office suite.
    • Superior writing skills and excellent proofreading skills required.
    • Ability to work independently and as a member of a team.
    • Excellent interpersonal skills.
    • Ability to handle confidential information with discretion.
    • Note: This position will require occasional availability on evenings and/or weekends.

    Compensation:
    • Full-time with competitive salary and benefits.

    To join our team – send a resume, writing sample and a cover letter to Development Director Marinda Peugh at jobs@cygnettheatre.com.

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  • Arts/Operations Administrator posted on 06/07/2018

    Arts for Learning San Diego - An Affiliate of Young Audiences

    POSITION DESCRIPTION
    Arts/Operations Administrator

    Vision Statement: Arts for Learning San Diego envisions a world where all students, families and communities imagine, create, and thrive through the arts.

    Arts for Learning San Diego (A4LSD), the largest and oldest not-for-profit organization in San Diego County focusing solely on arts education services, provides arts learning opportunities for students, families and communities. Arts for Learning San Diego operates residencies, workshops, assemblies, family arts nights, and professional development for teaching artists and classroom teachers. The purpose of this position is to assist in the development and implementation of and systems infrastructure to manage organizational operations and oversite. The Arts/Operations Administrator will work directly with the Executive Director. This is a full-time position.

    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
    • Establish, implement and oversee standard administrative practices to maximize efficiency and streamline processes for organizational health and sustainability.
    • Track organizational trends on data, program costs, overhead, etc. to recommend appropriate changes.
    • Oversee accounts payable & receivable in coordination with Program Managers
    • Prepare and make bank deposits, mail payments, process approved invoices for payment and other tasks as assigned
    • Process, copy and code payments received and reconcile against invoicing and Accounts Payable
    • Process all incoming credit card donations and/or payments; coordinate reconciliation of paypal, square, etc.
    • Coordinate reporting on all credit card usage for reporting/reconciliation
    • Mileage, check request and reimbursement oversight and review.
    • Fiscal reporting support and coordination with A4LSD Accountant and Auditor.
    • Petty cash distribution and reconciliation.
    • Gift Card distribution and reconciliation.
    • Parking voucher distribution and reconciliation.
    • Manage personnel files and administer benefits, including group health and insurance plans; prepare documents for new hire, positive progressive discipline, annual reviews, and terminations
    • Manage vacation, sick, personal time off for all employees
    • Payroll and contract invoicing coordination
    • Grant reporting and reconciliation for all operational/capacity grants
    • Oversee the management and interface of Salesforce information between accounting/programming/development to maximize as a tool of efficiency; database oversight.
    • Maintain organizational licenses, registrations, memberships, etc. for various government, foundations and organizations
    • Maintain insurance for Directors & Officers Liability, General Liability, Unemployment, Workers Compensation and Disability. Provide copies of Additional Insured as needed and maintain files of same for all contractors.
    • Oversee Contractor relationships and scope of work
    • Oversee phone system, IT contractor (coordinate technical support for computers and other office equipment)
    • Receive and sort daily incoming mail; Coordinate bulk mailings and postage.
    • Monitor and order office supplies as needed within budget guidelines
    • Administrative/shared Calendar oversite.
    • Volunteer recruitment, orientation and coordination.
    • Building and facilities coordination and oversight (conference room rental, etc.).
    • Direct inquiries as appropriate
    • Assist with various Board and Committee meetings by securing locations, communicating with members, updating contact lists, etc.
    • Assist the Executive Director as needed.

    Skills and Abilities
    • Communication skills: writing dynamic funding proposals and inspiring people to commit to the organization
    • Administrative duties: updating databases, preparing reports, monitoring income and expenditure
    • Protects organization's value by keeping information confidential
    • Interpersonal skills: you will be constantly interacting with people, persuading them of the value of your organization
    • Resilience and flexibility

    QUALIFICATIONS
    The Arts/Operations Administrator will possess excellent written and oral communication skills. This position requires a detail-oriented person with strong computer skills and excellent organizational skills. This preferred candidate will be self-directed and able to generate and implement organizational systems and strategies to increase efficiency, streamline communication and promote effective impact. The ability to work independently and make decisions in accordance with systems, processes and procedures. Structuring systems for long term sustainability and positioning the organization for growth are fundamental. Must have a passion for the mission of Arts for Learning San Diego and a collaborative spirit to work together with the Executive Director, Committees, Board of Directors and team to realize our ambitious vision for the future. Minimum Bachelor's degree required. Previous 2-3 years professional administration/accounting/salesforce experience a plus.

    SALARY AND BENEFITS
    • Full-time staff, approximately 40 hours per week (may vary according to activities schedule)
    • Vacation, Holidays, Healthcare, etc
    • Salary ($18 - $24/hr)

    APPLICATION SUBMISSION PROCEDURE
    Please send cover letter, resume (or curriculum vitae) and list of 3 references.
    by June 24, 2018 to:


    1) By email (preferred):
    tara@artsforlearningsd.org
    (Single PDF file attachment preferred.)
    NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE

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  • Marketing and Development Operations Coordinator posted on 06/05/2018

    San Diego Opera

    Marketing and Development Operations Coordinator

    San Diego Opera Mission Statement
    The mission of San Diego Opera is to deliver exceptional vocal performances and exciting, accessible programs to diverse audiences, focusing on community engagement and the transformative power of live performance.

    San Diego Opera Vision Statement
    The San Diego Opera will be recognized internationally as a leading example of adaptability, innovation and sustainability in the operatic arts, promoting diversified programming and unique performance venues with world-class and emerging talent.

    Marketing and Development Operations Coordinator (non-exempt)
    POSITION DESCRIPTION: 

    This non-exempt position reports to Director of Marketing and Development Operations. The Marketing and Development Operations Coordinator assists the Director of Marketing and Development Operations with an emphasis on supporting the efforts of the Development Department.

    Responsibilities include:

    • Process and mail accurate acknowledgment letters to donors within 48 hours of receipt
    • Update, maintain and audit donor records to insure accuracy of records and reports
    • Support data integrity and data maintenance activities such as duplicate record management and data appends
    • Build and extract lists from Tessitura to support fundraising activities
    • Coordinate logistics of Development mailings for annual fund and events
    • Provide support in testing online behavior for donor events such as the annual fundraising event
    • Working with the Marketing Team, support the creating of performance programs by gathering information as needed and dispensing and gathering proofs
    • Assist with web content updates
    • Help with night-of performance setup and strike
    • Assist with Tessitura upgrades and enhancements as appropriate
    • Perform other job-related duties as assigned

    Qualifications

    • Two (2) to three (3) years of experience with Tessitura ticketing software and its other applications a plus
    • Strong attention to detail and accuracy in recording information
    • Ability to manage time appropriately, set priorities and tasks, and work efficiently
    • Demonstrate ability to learn new tools and technology quickly and comprehensively
    • Ability to work independently, prioritize tasks and exercise good judgement and initiative
    • Ability to thrive in a fast-paced, rapidly changing environment.
    • Demonstrate superior organizational skills and the ability to meet deadlines
    • Proficient in Microsoft programs, including but not limited to Excel, Outlook and Word. Ability to learn other software programs as needed
    • Possess excellent verbal and written communication skills with the ability to present effectively internally and externally and an ability to proofread for grammar, spelling and punctuation with a high degree of accuracy
    • Schedule flexibility and willingness to work some nights and weekends for performance duty as needed
    • Direct experience with a performing arts organization highly preferred
    • A passion for and working knowledge of opera preferred
    • Abundant stamina and a sense of humor

    Please Note: There is pressing need to fill this position as soon as possible. As a result, résumés will be accepted only through June 8.

    To apply, please email your cover letter, salary requirements, and resume to jobs@sdopera.org with “Marketing-Development Coordinator” in the subject line. No phone calls, please.

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  • Development Director posted on 06/05/2018

    Arts for Learning San Diego - An Affiliate of Young Audiences

    POSITION DESCRIPTION
    Development Director

    Vision Statement: Arts for Learning San Diego envisions a world where all students, families and communities imagine, create, and thrive through the arts.

    Arts for Learning San Diego (A4LSD), the largest and oldest not-for-profit organization in San Diego County focusing solely on arts education services, provides arts learning opportunities for students, families and communities. Arts for Learning San Diego operates residencies, workshops, assemblies, family arts nights, and professional development for teaching artists and classroom teachers. The purpose of this position is to assist in the development and implementation of an enhanced individual donor cultivation initiative and corporate sponsorships/partnerships. The Engagement Manager will work directly with the Executive Director. This is a full-time position.

    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

    • Prospect research, including the identification, research, cultivation of donors and sponsors for all point-of-entry and donor events
    • Locates or proposes potential organizational sponsorships by contacting potential partners; discovering and exploring opportunities
    • Arrange meetings with prospective donors and supporters on a continual basis to establish effective communications with them, including hosting them at programs that spotlight the organizational services and mission
    • Develop relationships with major donors, identifying new potential major donors and nurturing relationships
    • Attend relevant fundraising forums, events, etc.
    • Create and execute a strategy for a large sustained base of annual individual donors, including monthly giving
    • Follow-up communications with donors, sponsors, corporations, foundations, etc.
    • Grow a major gifts program including identification, cultivation, and solicitation of major donors
    • Build the planned giving program with a focus on deferred gifts such as bequest expectancies
    • Direct the annual fund program, including mailings, and annual fundraising drives (Giving Tuesday, etc.)
    • Research on fundraising, including readings, discussion with staff, and consultation with development staff at other Young Audiences affiliates
    • Establish and maintain gift recognition programs
    • Data tracking of organizational statistics of fundraising, info-graphics, donor details, etc. for full engagement
    • Manage the implementation of Salesforce information and oversee data entry and gift processing and reporting
    • Oversee organizational special events, including all event and fundraising goals with associated committees - including management of logistics and communications; Provide management and oversight of any fundraisers
    • Serve as the lead liaison for the Development/Marketing Committee Committee working closely with the committee to ensure maximum impact (maintaining minutes, calendar & agendas for same)
    • Work with board members Provide coordination of special events and socials as needed and generate new ways to cultivate patrons and donors through additional annual events with support from the Executive Director
    • Research and approach trusts, government agencies and other bodies that could potentially make grants to the organization. Work closely with Grant Writer and Executive Director for foundational and governmental support (especially targeted to unrestricted/operational/capacity building/capital opportunities).
    • Coordinate the grant application process and ensuring that reporting is tracked and meets donors' expectations
    • Update job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities; reading professional publications; maintaining personal networks; participating in professional organizations
    • Recruit and manage volunteers for fundraising projects
    • Research and approach trusts, government agencies and other bodies that could potentially make grants to the organization. Work closely with Grant Writer and Executive Director for foundational and governmental support (especially targeted to unrestricted/operational/capacity building/capital opportunities).
    • Coordinate the grant application process and ensuring that reporting is tracked and meets donors' expectations

    Supervises and/or coordinates with volunteers and contractors to:

    • Design campaigns using direct mail, email, websites, telemarketing, brochures, and marketing collateral
    • Ensure that key strategic messages are communicated effectively to target audiences via general marketing, communications and branding (develop and implement marketing timelines for all major events)
    • Effect Media relations; Social Media and Press Releases, etc.
    • Manage all external and internal marketing relationships ensuring benefit fulfillment on both sides
    • Ensure the branding and messaging of all departments, to provide a consistent look and feel of all messages and to ensure that even when different, those messages have continuity

    Skills and Abilities

    • Communication skills: writing dynamic funding proposals and inspiring people to commit to the organization
    • Make public appearances/accept speaking engagements to share information about the organization
    • Communicating with the public: online, via the media, through direct mail, newsletters, publications, reports, etc.
    • Administrative duties: updating databases, preparing reports, monitoring income and expenditure
    • Liaising with copywriter, printer etc. to produce fundraising promotional material, Annual Report, etc
    • Protects organization's value by keeping information confidential
    • Interpersonal skills: you will be constantly interacting with people, persuading them of the value of your organization
    • Resilience and flexibility

    QUALIFICATIONS
    The Development Director will possess excellent written and oral communication skills. This preferred candidate will be self-directed and able to generate and implement a strategic development program in organization with fundamentally young fundraising program. Must have a passion for the mission of Arts for Learning San Diego and a collaborative spirit to work together with the Executive Director, Committees, Board of Directors and team to realize our ambitious vision for the future. Minimum Bachelor's degree required; Master's preferred. Previous 2-3 years professional fundraising experience a plus.

    SALARY AND BENEFITS

    • Full-time staff, approximately 40 hours per month (may vary according to activities schedule) 
    • Vacation, Holidays, Healthcare, etc
    • Salary ($50,000 - $60,000)

    APPLICATION SUBMISSION PROCEDURE
    Please send cover letter, resume (or curriculum vitae) and list of 3 references.
    by June 17, 2018, By email (preferred), to: 

    julia@artsforlearningsd.org (Single PDF file attachment preferred.)
    NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE

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  • BUSINESS & ACCOUNTING ASSOCIATE posted on 06/05/2018

    Diversionary Theatre Mainstage

    Diversionary Theatre
    JOB DESCRIPTION: BUSINESS & ACCOUNTING ASSOCIATE
    Department: General Management
    Reports to: Executive Director, and/or Board Treasurer
    Status: Part Time/.50 FTE (up to 20 hours/week,) regular, non-exempt
    Pay: $21/Hour

    The Business Associate is responsible for processing accounts payable and receivable; making regular bank deposits and maintaining accounts and data in Quickbooks. In addition, you will be assisting the Managing Director and Executive Artistic Director as needed in preparing reports, maintaining records, and developing and implementing accounting procedures.

    Specific duties include:

    • Accounts Payable/Receivable
    • Process accounts payable according to company policies, procedures and timelines
    • Prepare weekly A/R reconciliation with ticketing/donation software
    • Maintain current and comprehensive accounts payable and accounts receivable reports in Quickbooks
    • Maintain organized, easy-to-access files, archives and backup of financial data
    • Work with Executive Artistic Director, Managing Director and Board Treasurer to refine, communicate and train staff on continually improving procedures.

    Banking and accounts

    • Executing banking reconciliations and tracking cash flow
    • Prepare, balance and audit daily box office and concessions intakes
    • Prepare bank deposits and deliver to bank as needed
    • Process monthly donations

    Payroll

    • Process payroll for employees and artist stipends
    • Prepare and submit worker’s compensation, 1099s, tax reporting, vacation and other payroll and HR related reports

    Reporting

    • Maintain vendor files and records
    • File monthly “Bookkeeper Notes” which reports on the financial health and viability of the organization as whole.
    • Oversee and maintain cash flow report
    • Assist in generating and preparation of reports as directed
    • Assist as needed in maintaining current records for the annual audit and tax filing
    • Assist the engaged certified public accountant in preparing the annual audit
    • Prepare the annual DataArts survey (formerly known as the California Cultural Data Project report)

    Miscellaneous

    • Participate in audience engagement and patron stewardship
    • Cover box office and Front of House duties as scheduled
    • Other duties as assigned

    Expectations (Required)

    • Exceptional knowledge, skill and speed using QuickBooks and Excel
    • Adept at operating in a small but growing and evolving company structure
    • Strong ability and willingness to follow instructions precisely and meticulously
    • Extremely organized, detail-oriented, and deadline-sensitive
    • Excellent communication skills, especially in crafting and instructing other staff on procedures and polices
    • Ability to handle multiple projects at once

    Qualifications (Desired)

    • Advanced understanding of accounts payable and receivable functions
    • Advanced understanding of accounting procedures and reporting
    • General knowledge of not-for-profit businesses
    • Passion for advancing the business of theatre, arts and culture
    • Strong and diverse understanding of payroll and general HR practices
    • General knowledge of theatre business, especially actor and artist contracts
    • Experience working with the DataArts (formerly known as the California Cultural Data Project)

    Diversionary Theatre is an Equal Opportunity Employer; women and people of color encouraged to apply.

    To apply by sending cover and resume to Matt Morrow, Executive Artistic Director at employment@diversionary.org before June 29, 2018. No phone calls please.

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  • Guest Services Team Member posted on 05/29/2018

    Lawrence Family Jewish Community Center

    Lawrence Family Jewish Community Center


    PAY RATE/STATUS:$11.50-$16.00 per hour DOE / Part-time

    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.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    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)
    PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

    Requires long periods of sitting & standing.
    Occasional lifting, pulling, climbing, kneeling, and bending.
    Ability to lift up to 25 lbs.


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

     

     

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  • HOUSE MANAGER (Summer Festival Theatre) posted on 05/25/2018

    The Old Globe Theatre

    The Old Globe seeks a House Manager for San Diego’s premier regional theatre for temporary position from mid-June through July 22nd and August 11th through September 16th. Hours are part-time, Tues-Fri evenings, and Sat and Sun afternoons and evenings; 8 shows and 32 +/- hours per week during production. Previous House Management/Front of House experience preferred but not required.

    Previous customer service experience dealing with the public required. Must have excellent people skills, strong organizational skills, and the ability to think and act under pressure. $12.00 per hour. Send resume and cover letter to HR@TheOldGlobe.org.

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  • Scenery Office Assistant/Buyer posted on 05/16/2018

    The Old Globe Theatre

    The Old Globe in San Diego seeks a Scenery Office Assistant/Buyer with a background in theatre. They will support the day to day operations of the scenery department and act as the primary liaison between the department and its vendors.

    Job duties include: placing orders for equipment and materials, budget and inventory tracking, coordinating trucking deliveries and shipments, researching new materials and vendors, and general data entry and office management. Requirements for employment include: proficient computer accounting skills, experience in Microsoft Word and Excel, strong organizational skills and attention to detail, and an ability to communicate and work well with a variety of personalities. One year of professional office experience required. Previous experience in a theater environment is preferred.

    Basic knowledge of theatrical scenery practices, terms, materials, and tools is a plus. Must have a valid driver’s license and be comfortable driving around the San Diego area to purchase materials and run errands. Must be available for occasional overtime, evening and weekend work, as needed. Must be able to maintain a positive attitude in times of stress and retain a sense of humor. This is a full time position with benefits. We have a strong commitment to diversity and inclusion, multilingual candidates are also strongly encouraged to apply. Salary is commensurate with experience.

    Send cover letter and resume to HR@TheOldGlobe.org.

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