Assistant Company Manager – Lincoln Center Theater
WHO: Lincoln Center Theater
POSITION TITLE: Assistant Company Manager
DESCRIPTION: Lincoln Center Theater, a not-for-profit company that operates the Vivian Beaumont Theater, the Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater, and the Claire Tow Theater in New York City, is seeking a full-time Assistant Company Manager.
Candidates interested in starting a career in company management need only apply. Previous experience assisting a Company Manager, or similar experience in a theatrical General Management office, preferred.
Position will require candidate to work directly with the Company Manager to provide support for current productions while simultaneously offering production assistance for upcoming shows. Job will involve the production and management of multiple shows at once for all theaters on the premises, as well as offering general company care to the visiting artists and productions.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities include booking travel for out of town artists; arranging local transportation for company members; assisting with payroll preparation and distribution; processing accounts payable; maintaining files; completing company house seat orders; assisting with the planning of events; occasionally covering shows and reviewing box office statements; as well as completing any other relevant tasks as assigned.
Qualified candidate will possess a Bachelor’s degree, strong organization and multi-tasking skills, excellent follow-through and time management, computer proficiency, as well as a positive attitude while interacting with administrative staff and visiting artists.
Salary commensurate with experience. EOE.
To Apply: Email cover letter, resume, and references to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include “Assistant Company Manager” in the subject line. Deadline: 4/22/13
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