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Artspace

Job Title: Executive Director

Application Deadline: September 15, 2019

For a detailed job description go to: https://artspacenewhaven.org/opportunities/job-opening-executive-director/

Center Stage Theatre (Shelton)

Job Title: P/T Box Office Associate

Send an email expressing your interest to: Martin Scott Marchitto, Artistic/Executive Director, martin@centerstageshelton.org

Responsibilities: The primary responsibility of the position is to provide patrons with a positive initial experience at Center Stage Theatre. This experience is created by aiding patrons with accurate performance information and assisting them in purchasing and/or picking up tickets to Center Stage Theatre performances. This position is expected to work cohesively with all employees of the Center Stage Theatre in maintaining a high level of patron service.

Requirements: Organizations skills, and works well under pressure. Experience in report writing. Strong computer skills. Strong interpersonal skills. Community Theatre experience preferred. Strong people skills. Ability to balance multiple projects, meet deadlines in a frequently flexible and quick-moving environment. Skill and accuracy handling cash and credit card transactions. Must be able to work evenings and weekends.

Connecticut Ballet Center

Job Title: Administrator

Email resume and cover letter to: Brett Raphael, Connecticut Ballet Center Director, mgr@connecticutballetcenter.com

Requirements: We seek a person who is both a strong communicator & people-person, but also meticulous with details of class management, billing, database & record-keeping, comfortable with routine website updates, and school-wide correspondence.

Elm Shakespeare Company (New Haven)

Job Title: P/T Administrative Assistant

Email resume and cover letter to Rebecca@elmshakespeare.org and Schaffer@elmshakespeare.org

Responsibilities: General Administration and Support including but not limited to Mail processing, office set up & management; Some schedule management of Producing Director; Managing voicemail; Annual audition logistics; Payroll Data Entry for new employees; Attendance at Board Meetings & Creation of minutes. Donation Tracking & Acknowledgement. Gala Administration Support. Marketing Support. Production Support.

Requirements: Microsoft Office including Word, Excel, and Access Database required. Experience with MailChimp and Facebook Advertising a plus. Strong communication and writing skills. Strong organizational skills – able to prioritize and multi-task. Meticulous attention to detail. Ability to work in a high energy, bustling office environment. Strong “customer service” skills.

Goodspeed Musicals

Job Title: Draper for fall 2019 season

Email cover letter, resume, availability and list of three references to: jobs@goodspeed.org

Responsibilities: Creating costumes from sketches and drawings, determining yardage for fabric and trims, fabricating patterns, either by draping or flat patternmaking, fitting costumes to actors, and alterations.

Requirements: Working knowledge, and experience in, many costume construction techniques and costume periods/styles. Preferred applicants would be available August 5-September 13, 2019.

Goodspeed Musicals

Job Title: Electrics Apprentice/Spotlight Operator for the 2019 Fall season

Responsibilities: Assisting the Production Electrician in the care and maintenance of lighting equipment, participating in the hang and focus of each show, and operating a followspot for performances.

For more information go to: : https://bit.ly/2NZPsOO

Goodspeed Musicals

Job Title: P/T Executive Assistant

Responsibilities: Work closely with Goodspeed Musicals’ Executive Director and senior leadership of the organization in handling communications and scheduling for the Executive Director. Responsibilities include acting as Board of Trustees liaison, handling sensitive and/or confidential information that involves the office of the Executive Director, and calendar management for the office as well as other members of the organization. Includes occasional weekends and evenings. More info: https://bit.ly/2NZPsOO

Hartford Stage

Job Title: Costumes Apprentice for the 2019/2020 season

Email cover letter and resume to: education@hartfordstage.org

Responsibilities: The Costume Apprentice will work as a member of the team whose primary purpose is the creation, load in and removal of costumes for each production. Duties include, but are not limited to, assisting costume shop staff with shopping, swatching, construction, and tech, assisting with rentals and stock upkeep, and joining the wardrobe run crew for The Hartford Stage’s production of A Christmas Carol.

Requirements: Ideal candidate will have a degree in art, costume design, theatre or a related field, experience working in a professional or collegiate costume shop, and intermediate stitching skills. Apprenticeship runs July 29, 2019 – May 22, 2020. Housing, parking and weekly stipend provided. For more details, visit www.hartfordstage.org.

Hartford Stage

Job Title: Staff Stitcher

Email cover letter, resume, references, and examples of work to: Blair Gulledge, bgulledge@hartfordstage.org with “Staff Stitcher” in the subject line 

Requirements: Experience in constructing full builds: tailoring, dressmaking, and alterations- period and contemporary. Proficiency in hand sewing and the use of industrial and domestic sewing machines, sergers, industrial irons and other pertinent tools. Positive attitude, strong interpersonal and organizational skills, strong critical/creative problem solving skills, and would thrive in a fast paced environment. This position is seasonal, full-time/hourly, eligible for overtime and includes a full benefit package – starts August 5th. 

Hartford Stage

Job Title: Wardrobe Supervisor for 2019-20 season

Email cover letter, resume, and references to: Blair Gulledge, bgulledge@hartfordstage.org with “Wardrobe Supervisor” in the subject line 

Requirements: 5 years previous experience in wardrobe with a professional theatre; Knowledge of standard maintenance and dressing procedures; Experience creating wardrobe run sheets- Computer skills; Excellent communication, problem solving, interpersonal and organizational skills; Ideal candidates will also have imagination, creativity, costume construction experience, and a commitment to the importance of wardrobe’s role in a successful production.

Long Wharf Theatre

Job Title: Community Partnership Coordinator

Email cover letter and resume to: human.resources@longwharf.org with “Community Partnership Coordinator” in the subject line

Responsibilities: The Community Partnership Coordinator will be a key relationship builder and administrator for the practice of community partnership at Long Wharf Theatre. This is a hands-on role that serves as the primary point of contact with our community partners.

Requirements: Interest—and ideally strong experience—in community organizing and/or theater. A demonstrated commitment to, and understanding of, anti-racism and anti-oppression practices. Ability to work with many people of diverse backgrounds. Experience with Microsoft Office, Google Drive, etc. Interpersonal awareness, empathy, and capacity to stay calm in a fast-paced work environment. Superb verbal and written communication as well as facilitation skills.

For more information visit: https://www.longwharf.org/employment-opportunities

Long Wharf Theatre

Job Title: Costume Shop Manager

Email cover letter and resume to: human.resources@longwharf.org  with “Costume Shop Manager” in the subject line

Responsibilities: Provide focused and strategic leadership that is grounded in rigor, curiosity and joy. The Costume Shop Manager will lead the costume shop staff to bring work to the stage that is excellent.  They will also collaborate closely with designers from all over the country.

For more information visit: https://www.longwharf.org/employment-opportunities

Long Wharf Theatre

Job Title: Audio/Video Engineer for the 19-20 Season

Email cover letter and resume to: human.resources@longwharf.org with “Audio/Video Engineer” in the subject line

Requirements: Candidates must be capable of setting up and mix positions, orchestras/bands, wired & wireless intercom, wired & wireless microphone systems, troubleshooting & repair skills, strong communication skills, have the ability to lift 50 lbs, be comfortable working on ladders & scaffolding, value a safe work environment, have a good attitude, a valid driver’s license with a clean driving record subject to a background check. Candidate should possess a strong work ethic and the ability to work independently.

For more information visit: https://www.longwharf.org/employment-opportunities 

Long Wharf Theatre

Job Title: Draper for the 19-20 Season

Email cover letter and resume to: human.resources@longwharf.org with “Draper” in the subject line

Responsibilities: Oversee the build of costumes for the shows in conjunction with the Costume Shop Manager and Designer. Interpret costume renderings and produce and cutting patterns for a 5-show season. Creative collaboration with directors and costume designers on a per show basis. Generate and fit mock-ups and existing garments in a thorough and efficient fashion. Attend fittings and technical rehearsals. Estimating yardage for built costumes. Create work lists and hand out projects to other assigned shop employees. Active participation in the maintenance of costume shop and stock, including frequent re-stock of costume pieces and accessories, daily shop clean up, and periodic re-organization projects.

For more information visit: https://www.longwharf.org/employment-opportunities 

Long Wharf Theatre

Job Title: Master Carpenter for the 19-20 Season

Email cover letter and resume to: human.resources@longwharf.org  with “Master Carpenter” in the subject line

Responsibilities: Ensure all scenic pieces are built to the specifications of the drawings as provided by the TD team. In consultation with the TD team, oversee the daily workflow of the shop floor. Construct scenery by implementing industry standard wood and metal working techniques. Assist in leading Load-ins and Strike, including LWT staff and overhire crews. Execute safe rigging practices. Assist in maintenance of equipment and production facilities. Lead crews of overhire during load-ins and strikes. Perform work at height on ladders, scaffold, and aerial lifts. Transport scenery and equipment between theatre and offsite spaces using company van or box truck. Maintain a high level of execution and a safe work environment.

For more information visit: https://www.longwharf.org/employment-opportunities 

Long Wharf Theatre

Job Title: Properties Carpenter for the 19-20 Season

Email cover letter and resume to: human.resources@longwharf.org  with “Properties Carpenter” in the subject line

Requirements: Ability to research, create and build furniture, hand props, set dressing and prop mechanical devices necessary for all productions.

For more information visit: https://www.longwharf.org/employment-opportunities 

Long Wharf Theatre

Job Title: Scenic Carpenter for the 19-20 Season

Email cover letter and resume to: human.resources@longwharf.org  with “Scenic Carpenter” in the subject line

Requirements: Experience in fixed grid rigging. Comfortable driving up to a 26' box truck. Ability to learn and implement new techniques. Ability to work with Long Wharf employees in a collegial manner. Ability to work alone or on a team, as needs require. Willingness to work safely.

For more information visit: https://www.longwharf.org/employment-opportunities 

Long Wharf Theatre

Job Title: Sound and Lighting Technician for the 19-20 Season

Email cover letter and resume to: human.resources@longwharf.org  with “Sound and Lighting Technician” in the subject line

Responsibilities: This position will assist with the day-to-day operations of the sound and lighting departments as well as the setup and operation of audio/video/lighting systems for rentals and events. Other responsibilities include assisting Audio/Video and Lighting Supervisors with show preparation/load-in/focus/strike calls. Required proficiencies include: Yamaha consoles, Dante networking, QLab, mixing live music, ETC Ion console, busking lights for live performance, audio/video/lighting equipment maintenance and repair, AC/DC electrical theory, basic rigging practices, Mac and Windows OS, and computer networking.

Requirements: Candidates must have a minimum of 2 years professional experience, lift over 50lbs, be comfortable working on ladders and scaffolding, value a safe work environment, have a good attitude, a valid driver’s license with a clean driving record subject to a background check.

For more information visit: https://www.longwharf.org/employment-opportunities 

Long Wharf Theatre

Job Title: P/T Operations Assistant

Email cover letter and resume to: human.resources@longwharf.org  with “Operations Assistant” in the subject line

Responsibilities: Maintain cleanliness of the public and office areas of LWT including but not limited to vacuuming, emptying trash, cleaning restrooms, etc. Maintain building exterior and grounds including snow removal and salting. Perform set-up/clean-up for meetings and special events.

For more information visit: https://www.longwharf.org/employment-opportunities 

Long Wharf Theatre

Job Title: Assistant Technical Director

Email cover letter and resume to: human.resources@longwharf.org  with “Assistant Technical Director” in the subject line

Responsibilities: Create detailed construction drawings using AutoCAD. Research and purchase materials/hardware for each production. Maintain inventories of stock materials and scenery. Lead Load-ins and Strike including running crews of over hire. Perform work at height on ladders, scaffold, and aerial lifts. Execute safe rigging practices. Maintain a high level of execution and a safe work environment. Assist in maintenance of equipment and production facilities. Construct scenery by implementing industry standard wood and metal working techniques. Transport scenery and equipment between theatre and offsite spaces. To participate and cooperate in all training efforts as requested by Long Wharf Theatre. To perform other reasonable duties as assigned by the Technical Director.

For more information visit: https://www.longwharf.org/employment-opportunities 

Long Wharf Theatre

Job Title: Artistic Producer

Responsibilitis: The Artistic Producer will be the lead producer on staff at Long Wharf Theatre. Reporting to, and working closely with, newly appointed Artistic Director, Jacob Padrón, the Artistic Producer will serve as the chief deputy to Jacob. The Artistic Producer will be responsible for seamlessly integrating all artistic programming into the operations of the theater while creating new systems and efficiencies that enable Long Wharf Theatre to produce all its work at the highest level possible. They will be the central hub of communication for all artistic matters, while facilitating production processes across all departments. Guided by the core pillars of artistic innovation, radical inclusion, and meaningful connection, the Artistic Producer will be a key member of the senior leadership team and serve as a thought-partner to both the Artistic and Managing Directors.

For more information and how to apply visit: https://www.longwharf.org/employment-opportunities

Long Whart Theatre

Job Title: Director of Marketing and Communications

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Mattatuck Museum (Waterbury)

Job Title: Administration and Development Associate

For more Information and to apply go to: https://www.mattmuseum.org/visit/about/job-opportunities/

Responsibilities: The Administration and Development Associate provides support to the Executive Director, Board, and Development office. Specific responsibilities include maintaining the Director’s calendar, processing and acknowledging gifts, reconciling with the business office, and providing administrative support during the Museum’s capital campaign. This position assists Director and Board President in board meeting preparation, ensuring meeting announcements are distributed in advance to board and committees, assisting with board meeting logistics, and maintaining meeting records. They will take on many of the office managerial tasks such as mail sorting, shipping, manage office supplies and coordinate office equipment management and repair needs. Occasional evening and/or weekend work hours will be required.

Paier College of Art

Job Title: Dean of Art & Academics, 12 month-fulltime, 40 hours per week

Application Deadline: August 20, 2019

Responsibilities: The Dean of Art & Academics position at Paier College of Art is an entry-level deanship at a small, vibrant, fine arts college in Hamden, CT.

Requirements: Master degree required, a degree (Bachelor or Master) in an arts related field is preferred. Three-Five years in teaching and/or administration at the higher education level and/or in the arts.

For a detailed job description go to: https://www.paier.edu/about-us/employment/

Pantochino

Job Title: P/T Stage Manager for the 2019/20 season

Email letter and resume to: Bert Bernardi, pantochino@gmail.com with subject line “Stage Manager”

Responsibilities: Overseeing all rehearsal and tech rehearsals, running performances including executing lighting cues, and all other duties normally associated with the job of a stage manager.

Requirements: Candidates should possess the ability to think ahead, problem solve, be highly organized, have experience working with actors of all ages and have a great sense of humor. Will consider hiring on per show basis, or for entire season. Rehearsals are weeknights and Sunday afternoons. Performances are weekends.

Pantochino

Job Title: P/T Development/Fundraising Director

Email resume and cover letter to: pantochino@gmail.com and be sure to put “Development” in the subject line

Responsibilities: Build and maintain relationships with current and prospective foundations, individuals, corporations and businesses. Duties include pursuing corporate sponsorships and individual donations, grants writing, fundraising event support and supporting the promotions of Pantochino in the community.

Pantochino

Job Title: Fall Production Intern

Email resume and cover letter to: pantochino@gmail.com and be sure to put “Fall Internship" in the subject line

Responsibilities: Assist in the rehearsal process and participate in a myriad of duties during performances. Great opportunity for college-aged individuals or anyone who would like to be involved in theatre production.

The U.S. Census Bureau

Job Title: A variety of temporary jobs, including census takers, recruiting assistants, office staff, and supervisory staff

For more information and to apply go to: https://2020census.gov/jobs

Requirements: You must be at least 18 years old, have a valid Social Security number, and be a U.S. citizen.

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