Managing Director – Hangar Theatre
WHO: Hangar Theatre
SEEKING: Managing Director
Oversee, implement and ensure sustainability of the Theatre’s operations, programs, finances and community support. Managing Director works with an active Board of Trustees to ensure the programmatic and operational integrity, sustainability and excellence of the Theatre. Managing Director works in partnership with Artistic Director as peers in the organizational structure.
-Directing administration, financial management, audience services, marketing and communications, company management.
-Supporting and integrating development and community relations with operations and artistic programming. Linking education program management to artistic programming.
-Working closely with AD to plan and enhance artistic excellence, audience experience and pre-professional training programs, planning and facilitating expansion to year-round programming.
-Providing staff support to the Board of Trustees, and ensuring sustainable and productive Board and committees.
-A strong combination of education and experience, reflected in the following expectations:
-Minimum of Bachelor of Arts or Science, preferably in a field related to theatre management.
-5 years arts management experience, with specific preference given for theatre experience.
-High level of administration, financial and communication skills.
HOW TO APPLY: Contact the Search Committee at HangarManagingDirectorSearch@gmail.com
for a complete position description, or find it at www.hangartheatre.org – After review, send complete application that includes
· Cover letter of interest
· 3 references with permission to contact
via email to HangarManagingDirectorSearch@gmail.com
in Word or PDF format,
Complete application packages should be received no later than May 31, 2012.
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