Anacortes Community Theatre is hiring!

We have two great opportunities listed below and we’d love to have you join our team!  Theatre experience is not necessary.  These positions will stay open until they are filled.  ACT now!

Please send us your resume and a coverletter with why you are interested to jobs@acttheatre.com.

Theatre Operations Coordinator – Hourly

  • 60-80 hours per month
  • Pay Depending on Experience
  • No Theatre Experience Required
  • Reports to Board President
  • Attends monthly Administration, Development, and Board Meetings

Responsibilities include:

  • Act as the main point of contact for patrons.
  • Answer phone calls and theatre emails; distribute to board when appropriate.
  • Hold weekly scheduled office hours.
  • Manage Arts People ticketing and donation program.
  • Organize season ticket sales.
  • Schedule and train box office employees.
  • Work with Producers to create the program for each show.
  • Work with the Marketing Committee Chair on website upkeep and maintenance.
  • Act as the main contact for royalties and contracts.
  • Purchase and maintain building necessities and supplies like paper towels etc.
  • Order and be in charge of retail items such as merchandise and gift certificates available for purchase through Arts People.
  • Liaison with 3rd party vendors.
  • Escalate patron issues/concerns to the Board when necessary.
  • Perform general office duties.
  • Attend weekly staff meeting.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Required Skills: Excellent verbal and written communication; customer service experience; outstanding organizational skills.

Preferred Skills: Windows-based software; WordPress; nonprofit experience; sense of humor.

 

Theatre Program Coordinator – Hourly

  • 60-80 hours per month
  • Pay Depending On Experience
  • Reports to Board President
  • Attends monthly Production, Marketing and Board Meetings

Responsibilities include:

  • Act as the main point of contact for the production team.
  • Meet with directors/producers at scheduled intervals to check if production is on schedule, on budget and to find out where more help is needed.
  • Manage props:
    • Manage inventory.
    • Work with current productions on prop needs.
    • Maintain existing prop database.
  • Manage costumes:
    • Electronically inventory all costumes.
    • Work with production costumers.
    • Build and maintain costume database.
  • Help recruit future volunteers and connect them with the proper training.
    • Example: The wife of one of the actors would like to run sound but doesn’t know how. She would be connected with someone with experience for training during the rehearsal process, so she is ready for the show run.
  • Make approved purchases for productions
  • Maintain monthly credit card expense report.
  • Work with Directors to track show budget, tracking purchases and seeking approval from the board when necessary.
  • Hold weekly scheduled office hours (day/night) for availability.
  • Oversee producers: help manage deadlines for publicity, bios, photos, poster distribution, etc.
  • Attend weekly staff meetings.
  • Escalate volunteer issues/concerns to the board when necessary.
  • Create and implement a volunteer database (recruiting & tracking).
  • Other duties as assigned.

Required Skills: Excellent verbal and written communication; customer service experience;  Outstanding Organizational Skills

Preferred Skills: Windows-based software; nonprofit experience; sense of humor.

Remember theatre experience is not necessary.  Please send your resume and a coverletter with why you are interested to jobs@acttheatre.com.