Front of House Associate – Portland Stage is currently looking for a part-time Front of House Associate to work in House Management with some additional hours in the Box Office. A successful candidate will enjoy working with patrons in person and on the phone, and must be able to work independently as well as supervise a team of volunteer ushers. Strong math and computer skills are necessary. Previous House Management, Box Office, Theater, PatronManager/Salesforce, Retail, and/or Food Service experience a plus, but not required. Applicants must be 21 or older, as the position will require serving and selling beer and wine unsupervised during scheduled House Management shifts. Please read the full job description for more details.
This is an entry level position consisting of an average of 10 hours a week of work (a range of 5-15 hours per week is possible depending on scheduling needs and/or applicant interest). Schedule will vary, but expect regular Friday evening and weekend shifts, with the possibility of additional weekdays or weekday evenings as needed or available. Anticipated rate of pay is $12 per hour.
To apply, please send an email with “Front of House” in the subject line and include a resume and a cover letter as one attachment. No walk-in or mail-in inquiries accepted. Please submit resume and cover letter prior to Thursday, July 25th, 2019; however, this position will remain open until filled. Anticipated start date is early August 2019.
When staff vacancies occur, positions are generally advertised in ArtSEARCH and/or in the Maine Association of Nonprofits, Offstage Jobs, and sometimes on the Maine Theater Collective Facebook Group. Major position openings are highlighted on our home page with a link for more information. We do not accept or save unsolicited resumes for any position not specifically advertised.
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