Employment

Working at Broadway Rose
Broadway Rose has a collaborative and inclusive atmosphere. Staff members are creative and enjoy working with each other as well as having contact with local and national actors, directors, and artistic personnel. We strive to cultivate and promote an approachable and friendly atmosphere among our staff, donors, and patrons.

Broadway Rose Theatre Company’s mission is to create unparalleled musical theater experiences that invigorate audiences and enrich our communities. We have been producing professional musical theater in Tigard, OR since 1992. We’re the largest non-profit professional musical theater company in the Portland metro area. Our season includes six mainstage musicals and three youth musicals. Our youth outreach includes drama camps and classes, free school performances, a student technical internship program and subsidized tickets.

Broadway Rose is an equal opportunity employer.

Current openings:

Position: Development Coordinator
Hours: 30 hours per week
Status: Non-Exempt
Reports to: Executive Director
Salary: $14.50/hour

Broadway Rose Theatre Company seeks a Development Coordinator. Broadway Rose Theatre Company’s mission to create unparalleled musical theater experiences that invigorate audiences and enrich our communities. We have been producing professional musical theater in Tigard, OR since 1992. We’re the largest non-profit professional musical theater company in the Portland metro area. Our season includes six mainstage musicals and three youth musicals. Our youth outreach includes drama camps and classes, free school performances, a student technical internship program, and subsidized tickets.

Primary Responsibilities:
The Development Coordinator collaborates with and supports the Executive Director in all development activities across all constituencies helping to assure the annual goals of contributed income are met.
• Assist in managing donor and corporate sponsor relationships
• Manage Tessitura software including record-keeping of contributions received, monitor results and statistics on a regular basis and report on information weekly
• Send timely donor thank you letters
• Administer donor benefits
• Assist with donor events

Required qualifications and experience:
• Bachelor’s degree and/or 3 or more years of development or administrative experience
• Excellent interpersonal skills
• Exceptional written and verbal communication skills
• Experience in database management, knowledge and proficiency in Tessitura software highly desirable
• Superior organizational and time management skills
• Excellent project management skills including the ability to manage multiple priorities and project deadlines
• Advanced Word, Excel, Outlook skills
• Discreet and dependable
• Interest and/or an appreciation for musical theater
• Experience with InDesign a plus

To apply, send cover letter and resume with subject line “Development Coordinator” to
jobs@broadwayrose.org. No phone calls please.

Deadline: 7/25/14


Position: Production Sound Engineer/Facilities Manager
Hours: Average 20 hours per week, relatively flexible schedule
Status: Non-Exempt
Reports to: General Manager
Salary: DOE
Start Date: Negotiable, but leaning toward 7/21/14

Broadway Rose Theatre Company is seeking a part-time Production Sound Engineer and Facilities Manager. The position has a split-focus dependent upon the production calendar requiring the employee to focus on sound related tasks in preparation for a production, and facilities related tasks once a production is in performance and during any “dark time.”

Responsibilities include:

Facilities Management
• Coordinate janitorial vendor (job duties do include light janitorial tasks, such as emptying trash and vacuuming. Larger duties, such as cleaning bathrooms, are handled by a vendor)
• Manage work requests from staff members to repair and maintain facility. May also require coordination of outside vendors to complete necessary work.
• Assist in preparing the facility for Broadway Rose sponsored and rental events. Includes physical set up of space (e.g. chairs, tables, trash/recycling receptacles, etc.) and ensuring cleanliness of space.
• Assist in preparing the building for rehearsals and maintaining it through the productions
• Work with volunteers to clean the facility before productions
• Maintain the auditorium; including repair and cleanliness
• Work with volunteers to maintain our waste recycling program
• Coordinate building safety inspections, including but not limited to:
- Seating unit inspection
- Fire Marshall Inspection
• Assist with managing the vehicle fleet including maintenance and registration
• Order supplies including but not limited to:
- Janitorial supplies
- Office supplies (basics and staff requests)
- Other building supplies as needed
• Assist with organization and maintenance of storage areas at the facility and warehouse as necessary
• Attend weekly facilities meetings (currently Tuesdays at 10:00 a.m.)

Production Sound Engineer
• Maintain sound inventory
• Assist where necessary during pre-production, including tech weeks
• Assist where necessary during production strikes
• Manage the transfer of sound equipment between the Broadway Rose New Stage and the Deb Fennell Auditorium, including but not limited to:
- Oversee assigned interns to assist with transfer and setup/tear-down
- Disassembling sound equipment
- Preparing and organizing equipment for a clean and safe transfer between venues
- Assembling sound equipment per specifications of designer/production team
• Facilitate audio and video for events taking place in the facility
• Maintain sound equipment and coordinate repairs
• Assist with Broadway Rose’s annual fundraising gala

Skills that will set you apart:
• Soldering
• Knowledge of rigging and stagecraft
• Basic computer networking
• Sound Mixing
• Basic knowledge of music
• Experience in concert/band sound is intriguing; Experience in theatrical sound is a plus.
• Knowledge of QLab
• Experience managing budgets
• Volunteerism or volunteer management a plus

Required Qualifications
• Prioritization and planning skills a must
• Time management skills a must
• Organizational skills a must
• Computer literate in an Mac-based environment
• Exceptional written and verbal communication skills
• Interest and/or appreciation for musical theatre
• Excellent interpersonal skills

To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to jeff@broadwayrose.org with the subject line “Sound Engineer – Facilities Manager.” No phone calls, please.

Deadline 7/18/14


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