Join the Broadway Rose team!
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.
Authentic Community Engagement (ACE) Coordinator – Full-time, exempt
In 2016, Broadway Rose Theatre Company created a three-year Authentic Community Engagement (ACE) Plan to increase cultural diversity throughout the organization (artists, staff, board, volunteers, and audiences).
The ACE Coordinator will work with the Broadway Rose team to accomplish the four key goals of the ACE Plan:
1. Continue to develop Broadway Rose as a community asset
2. Increase engagement in diverse communities throughout the metropolitan area
3. “Raise” the next generation of theatre audiences and artists, i.e. children and youth, through education and appreciation strategies
4. Increase engagement among younger adults in the metropolitan area and beyond
Broadway Rose Theatre Company is actively recruiting persons from various ethnic and cultural backgrounds as part of its commitment to a diverse workforce. Broadway Rose does not discriminate in employment or contracting based on race, color, religion, sex or national origin. Qualified applicants are considered for all positions without regard to age, marital status, sexual orientation, or the presence of a non-job-related medical condition or handicap. This policy applies to all employment and contracting practices, including recruitment, selection, training and development, advancement, demotion, and separation.
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