POSITION TITLE: THEATER MANAGER
QUALIFICATIONS: High School diploma or equivalent
Bachelor's degree in theater related productions
and/or management desirable.
EXPERIENCE: Minimum five years successful theatrical production/
REPORTS TO: PRINCIPAL
Hours: VARY WEEK TO WEEK (PART-TIME)
The theater manager will be responsible to plan, organize, and supervise all activities in the theater; perform a variety of technical and managerial tasks relative to the preparation and production of school and community events; serve as a consultant to HLR teachers and help them with theatrical events. The manager has day-to-day responsibilities for administering programs utilizing the theater. Duties will include, but not be limited to the following:
1.Prepare and maintain the theater's master calendar of events providing clear communication with the director of activities and building administration.
2.Provide excellent communication with individuals/groups who call with facilities use questions.
3.Coordinate, plan, and manage stage production activities; schedule review activities to ensure that work is completed in a timely and appropriate manner; construct and repair scenery for live events; keep construction work area and prop room clean and organized; operate counterweight flying and rigging systems; designed lighting plots; operate lighting and sound equipment.
4.Oversee work assigned to custodian and maintenance crew in regard to cleaning and upkeep of the theater.
5.Develop and implement policies which dress issues related to safety of personnel and care of equipment.
6.Manage house and stage crews for school and community events. Provide technical assistance for school and community events.
7.Submit requisitions for approval to administration; acquire or rent equipment for specific events at the theater. Follow established business practices using the purchase order process.
8.Advise administration of needs for repairs and/or purchases for the theater.
9.Inventory all supplies and equipment of the theater and submit an inventory control list on a monthly basis through the building administration.
10. Oversee operations and storage procedures for all costume and prep areas.
11. Cultivate and facilitate the active use of volunteer personnel (students and adults) by developing consistent procedures through which members of our community can assist in the improvements to the theater.
12. Design and monitor construction of adequate storage systems for the theater.
13. Other related duties as required.
Adeptness at dealing effectively with employees and others on a one-to-one basis and in groups; effective oral and written communication skills; ability to work with community, staff, board members, and students.
Ability to establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships, maintain records and prepare reports, assign, review, and evaluate the work of others; train, and supervise; analyze situations accurately and adapt an effective course of action; work independently with little direction; meet schedules and timeline; plan and organize work.
Internal applicants complete application on-line
Community High School District 218