Theatre Operations is responsible for the day-to-day operations at each of Jujamcyn's five theatres.
Theatre Operation Interns will learn the responsibilities and challenges of managing multiple Broadway theatres, by working directly under the supervision of a senior member of the Theatre Operations team. The ideal candidate is interested in a career in theatre administration.
RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO
Assisting managers in theatres during performances, including some nights and weekends.
Create and distribute theatre staff schedules, payroll, union and patron correspondence.
General office support including filing and distributions (by fax and email), answering phones, checking voicemail, communicating with employees and customers.
Other administrative tasks such as organizing lost and found in the theatres, research specific projects, interoffice deliveries, etc.
SKILLS AND SPECIFICATIONS
Strong customer service skills are essential
Must have working knowledge of Internet Explorer and Microsoft Office
Working knowledge of Photoshop, Power Point, and Ticketmaster is a plus
Must be capable of preparing files and maintaining organized records and documentation
Must have good written and oral communication skills
Two to three part-time interns for a 3-5 day work week (22 to 28 hours). Hours must be flexible (nights, weekends, and holidays necessary).
INTERNSHIP PROGRAM BENEFITS AND DETAILS
A minimum of 12 weeks; three sessions available per year: Fall, Winter/Spring, Summer
Interns are paid at an hourly rate of $15 as well as college credits as available
Attendance at bi-weekly lunch meeting for interns to discuss their work, share ideas, and speak with an invited guest from the Jujamcyn staff or a figure in the theatre community
Opportunities on nights and weekends for flexible work at our theatres
Tickets (when available) to our productions playing at Jujamcyn theatres
Applications for all three sessions are accepted on a rolling basis and reviewed regularly. Please indicate in your cover letter which session you are most interested in applying for.
Due to the popularity of our program and the volume of applications we receive, we will only be able to respond to those who are being considered. Please note that most departments require an in-person interview, though phone interviews can be arranged in some cases.
A complete application consists of the following:
- A cover letter indicating your area of interest
- A resume including your experience and theatre experience
- One letter of recommendation (can be employer, professor, etc.)
- All material should be addressed to Intern Coordinator
- Submit by:
- E-mail: [email protected]
246 West 44th Street
New York, NY 10036
- Fax: (212) 944-0708