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|5/22/13||Operations Assistant||The Old Globe|
|5/20/13||Cultural Arts Manager||City of Carlsbad|
|5/17/13||Graphic Designer/Marketing Assistant||San Diego Symphony|
|5/17/13||House Manager||The Old Globe|
|5/13/13||Box Office Representative||Cygnet Theatre|
|5/8/13||Concessions Assistant||Cygnet Theatre|
|4/26/13||Production Fellows||San Diego Repertory Theatre|
|4/26/13||Costume Shop Manager||San Diego Repertory Theatre|
|4/24/13||Director||San Diego Jewish Film Festival|
The Old Globe
The Old Globe seeks a personable and detail-oriented Operations Assistant to support the General Manager and Managing Director in all of the operational activities of The Old Globe. Duties include:
•Manage contracts with third-party vendors of general services to The Old Globe.
•Liaise with internal departments and external parties regarding performances, events and activities calendars.
•Coordinate safety and risk management activities for the organization.
•Other duties as designated in full job description and as assigned.
Requirements Include: Bachelor’s degree in theater management or related field, advanced computers skills, and two years of experience in theatre administration or similar position. Experience in a not-for-profit environment preferred. Ideal candidates will have strong written and verbal communication skills, and display excellent judgment, professionalism and flexibility.
Cultural Arts Manager
City of Carlsbad
A Great Place to Live and Work
With all the amenities of a large city, Carlsbad has maintained a strong sense of community and citizen connection to government. Annual surveys show a high level of confidence in city government and great satisfaction with city services.
A superb climate, quality schools, a vibrant and revitalized downtown and a wide variety of neighborhoods help make Carlsbad one of the most livable communities in the country. The Carlsbad Unified School District consistently ranks among the Top 10 urban school districts in the country. The city also boasts excellent libraries, arts and culture, and an excellent public safety record.
The Cultural Arts Manager will be a big picture thinker, an articulate communicator and have a passion for the arts. The successful candidate will have the ability to listen to the community and assess what they are truly interested in. The new Cultural Arts Manager will combine essential business skills and new creative funding sources to deliver on new and better programs and offerings. The ideal candidate will plan, lead, supervise and monitor activities in a way that supports the city inits mission to become a “world class” city.
The Cultural Arts Manager reports to the Library & Cultural Arts Director, and will develop, enhance and administer a broad cultural arts program. The position supervises a variety of positions including full-time, part-time and volunteer support staff. In addition to managing the cultural arts program, the position coordinates various projects among Commissions, artists, staff, and art organizations; serves as liaison between the Carlsbad Library & Arts Foundation, the Friends of the Arts; makes presentations before City Council, Commissions and community organizations; attends events outside of normal working hours; develops and monitors program budgets; gathers resources through fund raising and grant writing activities, and performs other related tasks.
Challenges will include tapping into an important network of partnerships and leveraging their strengths; evaluating the various programs offered in the organization and in the community and equating them as a whole to the community.
To apply for this outstanding opportunity please visit our website at www.Carlsbadca.gov/hr. The recruitment closes on June 2, and interviews are tentatively scheduled for June 21, 2013.
Salary is up to $92,000 depending on experience and an excellent benefits package.
Graphic Designer/Marketing Assistant
San Diego Symphony
Fast paced, deadline driven position assisting marketing department with advertising trafficking, promotional materials, etc. Must be proficient in Adobe Creative Suite. Requires exceptional organizational skills and attention to detail. Must be able to work collaboratively with others.
The Old Globe
The Old Globe seeks a House Manager for San Diego’s premier regional theatre. Hours are part-time, May 28-September 29, Tues-Fri evenings, with occasional Monday night events; 6 shows and 25-30 +/- 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. $11.00 per hour.
Box Office Representative
The Cygnet Theatre in Old Town is now accepting resume submissions for a part time position as a Box Office Representative to start immediately.
Position: Box Office Representative
Hours: approximately 10-20 hours a week
Pay: Starting at $9/hour
Wednesday thru Friday: Noon to 8pm
Saturday: Noon to 9pm
Sunday: 11am to 8pm
Skills desired: Quick Learning, Note Taking, Data Entry, Phone Etiquette, Multi-Tasking, and most importantly Customer Service!!!
Please send work resumes only. NO actor resumes.
The Cygnet Theatre in Old Town is now accepting resume submissions for a part time position as Concessions Assistant to start May 21st. We are looking for dependable, easy going, hard working people with customer service experience.
Hours: approx. 10-20 hours per week during the run of a show
Pay: Starting at $9/hour + tips
Wednesday/Thursday: 5pm to 8pm
Friday: 5:30pm to 8:30pm
Saturday: 12:30pm to 3:30pm and 5:30pm to 8:30pm
Sunday: 11:30am to 2:30pm and 4:30pm to 7:30pm
San Diego Repertory Theatre
The Production Fellowship program is designed to give early career theatre technicians broad based experience in a variety of technical disciplines working with theatre professionals. Production Fellow is a seasonal salaried position. Each Production Fellow will be primarily assigned to one particular production department and will, at times, work in the other production departments. Success in the job will be defined by the ability to execute the job in a timely and efficient manner within budget constraints. The Production Fellow will report to the Production Manager and the theatre’s other technical department heads. As the Production Fellow will also be working closely with Directors, Designers and Performers, success in the position will also be defined by the quality of the relationships developed there.
The Production Fellow will receive a salary that will be paid bi-weekly. It is understood the position requires the need for flexible work hours and evening and/or weekend calls.
Job Dates: September 2013 through April 2014
Costume Shop Manager
San Diego Repertory Theatre
The San Diego Repertory Theatre is seeking a Costume Shop Manager to fill a temporary, full time, salaried position putting up our production of "In The Heights." The start date for this position is June 3, 2013. The position continues through August 9 2013. There is an additional strike week from August 26, 2013 through August 30 2013. The Costume Shop Manager is primarily responsible for the execution of costume designs for the production. The ideal candidate will have five years experience in a LORT costume shop with two years in a supervisory position.
The Costume Shop Manager’s salary will be commensurate with his/her experience.
San Diego Jewish Film Festival
Nationally renowned San Diego Jewish Film Festival (SDJFF) seeks individual with managerial experience at a non-profit film concern, for the over-all development, budgeting, programming, organization and implementation of the year-round SDJFF. Director oversees critical elements of the Festival, including managing timeline, coordinating the film selection process, negotiating contracts for venues, films and speakers, overseeing the creation of printed materials, directing work activities of Festival staff, committees and other volunteers. Assist in fund raising to garner underwriters and festival sponsors, coordinate partnerships with community organizations, devise new initiatives to increase audiences. See www.sdjff.org for more information.
Annual Salary: $48,000 - $52,000 DOE, plus benefits.