At the Everett Performing Arts Center
2710 Wetmore Avenue Everett, WA 98201
Box Office: (425) 257-8600
Tuesday-Saturday 11:00am - 7:00pm

At the Everett Performing Arts Center
2710 Wetmore Avenue Everett, WA 98201
Box Office: (425) 257-8600 | Admin: (425) 392-1942




Career Opportunites


Stage Operations Supervisor

Position Overview:
The Stage Operations Supervisor is responsible for all stage based assets as they relate to all Village Theatre programming. The Stage Operations Supervisor will hire, schedule, train and supervise all Master technicians, overhire stagehands, electricians, sound engineers, followspot operators and running crew within the Stage department for all Mainstage shows as well as for Kidstage, Pied Piper, Village Originals and EPAC rental events. The Stage Operations Supervisor will manage and track all Stage department assets including equipment transfers between venues, rental equipment and return of rental equipment, trucking and logistics for show transfers and scheduling stage maintenance projects. The Stage Operations Supervisor will also coordinate with EPAC rental clients about their needs in a timely manner before their event and provide for all technical needs for those rental events

Principal Duties and Responsibilities:

  • For all Mainstage, Kidstage, Pied Piper, Village Originals and EPAC Rental events the Stage Operations Supervisor will in consultation with Production Manager, Technical Director and/or Everett General Manager
  • Hire, supervise, schedule and train stagehands, electricians, sound engineers, and all other Stage department production personnel to meet needs of programming according to collective bargaining agreement with IATSE and within established budgetary guidelines.
  • Maintain contact list of available stagehands, electricians, sound engineers, and all other production personnel, and work to ensure a sufficient pool to meet production needs.
  • In consultation with the Production Manger and Technical Director-Issaquah and/or Everett General Manager, be responsible for maintenance, repair and safe operation of all of Village Theatre’s electrics, sound and rigging equipment.
  • Maintain accurate, location specific inventory of all Theatre production equipment, coordinate any repair or replacement, and assess all of VT’s ongoing technical and equipment needs.
  • Code and process all payroll timesheets for the Stage department and paperwork according to pay period deadlines.
  • Coordinate with IATSE dispatch to fill labor calls as needed for load ins, prep weeks and transfers of productions to Everett
  • Ensure that all Stage department employees are hired utilizing the proper HR paperwork and that all forms and HR paperwork are filed timely and correctly with HR.
  • Oversee and/or make physical improvements in all Stage department facilities.
  • Recommend upgrades and improvements to all Stage department facilities and systems.
  • Have a working knowledge of all stage systems including but not limited to rigging, scenery automation, sound, lighting, projections and wardrobe.
  • Attend all Mainstage Production meetings either in person or via teleconference.
  • Attend strike and load out of every production at the Francis J. Gaudette Theatre and EPAC.
  • Establish and administer regular weekly Stage department staff meetings both in Issaquah and Everett to address concerns, update schedules and further communications.
  • Coordinate vehicle rentals for all show transfers to and from Everett.
  • Coordinate rental equipment pickup and return with appropriate department heads.
  • Stay informed of health and safety issues regarding materials and equipment.
  • Contact and meet with representatives of renting organizations with regard to technical requests and specifications and production and crew scheduling.
  • Develop and maintain efficient systems for managing all events and productions.
  • Maintain database of all rental events including set ups, equipment lists and schedules for past events in order to streamline future events.
  • Advise renters and other users concerning Everett Performing Arts Center's technical specifications and staging techniques. Communicate Theatre use policies to potential renters of the Center.
  • Assist General Manager/Everett in preparing cost estimates and client summaries.
  • Provide all necessary production elements for all rental events, ensuring professional service and excellent relations with renting organizations.
  • In consultation with Everett General Manager, staff all rental events with the appropriate stagehands and personnel needed to ensure smooth and safe operation of the event.
  • Coordinate strike at EPAC, including ordering of appropriately sized dumpster for disposal of non-recycled set materials.
  • Establish, monitor and manage all stage departmental budgets including labor and materials as they relate to the Stage department within established guidelines. Provide reports and status updates as required.
  • Assist the Production Manager and Production Department in ensuring that the working environment, development and production process remain positive and constructive for guest directors, actors, designers, technicians, authors and composers on Village Originals and Mainstage projects.
  • Be a conduit of information for all stage department technicians working at Village Theatre.
  • Attend all technical rehearsals as needed.
  • Attend all regularly scheduled staff meetings.

This job description is intended as a guide only. Other duties and responsibilities may arise at the discretion of Village Theatre or the Production Manager.

Education and/or Equivalent Experience Preferred:
3-5 Years production experience in a professional theatre environment

Education:
College Degree preferred

Physical Ability: Occasionally climb and work from ladders and personnel lifts. Occasionally squat and maintain position. Occasionally crawl and kneel. Climb vertical ladders to get to the catwalks above the stage. The ability to wear fall rest harnesses. May be required to lift and move materials and equipment weighing up to 50 pounds, pushing and pulling up to 80 pounds.

Ability to safely and successfully perform the essential job functions consistent with the ADA, FMLA and other federal, state and local standards, including meeting qualitative and/or quantitative productivity standards.

Other Skills, Ability and/or Knowledge:

  • Demonstrates expertise with all logistics of a theatrical production.
  • Strong skills in lighting, sound, scenery automation, stage management and other entertainment technologies.
  • Exhibits knowledge of proper production safety procedures.
  • Calm / Professional demeanor, sense of humor encouraged
  • Working knowledge of professional theatre producing practices and personnel management
  • Fluent in Excel, Word, Outlook, Dropbox
  • Ability to manage shifting and competing priorities.
  • Exercise good judgment and discretion.
  • Flexibility in projects and schedules.
  • Attention to detail.
  • Self starter
  • Superior organizational skills
  • Ability to execute projects efficiently and according to schedule.
  • Ability to work independently and to maintain a positive work atmosphere.
  • Work schedule varies and includes frequent evening and weekend hours.

Scope and Character of Supervisory Responsibilities:
The Stage Operations Supervisor will hire, schedule, train and supervise all Master technicians, overhire stagehands, electricians, and sound engineers.

Please send cover email and resume to:
Jay Markham, Production Manager at jmarkham@villagetheatre.org
No calls please.




Lead Scenic Artist

Village Theatre is accepting applications for Lead Scenic Artist. The Lead Scenic Artist works closely with Master Scenic Artist to best achieve the scenic design. This position requires a familiarity with the design in order to achieve the goals of the paint shop as directed by the Master Scenic Artist utilizing different techniques in painting, carving and faux finishes.

Principal Duties and Required Responsibilities:

  • Paint and apply scenic artistry techniques to projects supported by the paint shop and on stage.
  • Execute projects utilizing painting, carving, faux finishes and applying scenic artistry techniques.
  • Accomplish scenic notes for shows produced by the paint shop as assigned by the TD and Master Scenic Artist.
  • Lead crews for specific projects and tasks.
  • Maintain paint shop by cleaning, repairing tools/equipment and taking inventory of supplies.
  • Troubleshoot problems having to do with scenery and scenic artistry.
  • Maintain a safe working environment.

Specific responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Accomplish projects and tasks set forth by the Technical Director, ATD and Master Scenic Artist.
  • Support other departments at the discretion of the Technical Director and Master Scenic Artist.
  • Fulfill all responsibilities with a high degree of quality and professionalism.
  • Provide feedback on processes and make suggestions for improvement.

Qualified candidate will have:

  • 3 years experience in professional theatre environment.
  • Good communication skills and team based working strategies.
  • Ability to follow safety procedures in shop and on stage.

This position is subject to the collective bargaining agreement between Village Theatre and IATSE Local #488. People of diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply; EOE. Send cover letter, resume, portfolio of work samples, and 3 theatre-related references to:

Brad Bixler, Technical Director
Village Theatre
bbixler@villagetheatre.org




Audience Services Representative - Issaquah

Reports to Box Office Manager and Assistant Box Office Manager

Job Summary:
Village Theatre is looking for a friendly, reliable, detail-oriented person to work in the Issaquah Box Office. Job is part time averaging 20hrs/week with potential for full time up to 40hrs/week based on performance after evaluation period. Must be able to work evenings and weekends as needed. EEO.

General Responsibilities:
Sell tickets and provide accurate records of sales and deposits while maintaining a positive image of Village Theatre. Work as a team within the Box Office and within the entire organization to provide superior service for Village Theatre patrons and to support each department.

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Provide excellent customer service and accurate information to all patrons and visitors in a friendly manner.
  • Handle customer complaints or refer them to appropriate personnel.
  • Understand and operate Theatre Manager ticketing software to sell tickets, make exchanges, and access and update customer information.
  • Take and process single and season ticket orders for all Village Theatre events, and record the desired marketing and mailing information.
  • Accurately handle purchases and redemptions of gift certificates.
  • Assist the Box Office Manager and Assistant Box Office Manager in the preparation and mailing of season tickets.
  • During subscription season, file subscription forms daily and ensure that all filed forms have been processed.
  • Count and balance checks, cash, and credit cards at the close of each day. Run End of Day reports.
  • Ensure that till(s) have been counted and initialed as counted at the close of each business day.
  • Keep the Box Office secure at all times and allow only authorized personnel in the Box Office.
  • Prepare House Manager Report immediately following the start of each performance.
  • Perform other duties as required by Box Office Manager, Assistant Box Office Manager, or Director of Finance.
  • Attend all Main Stage productions preferably during the Friends and Family preview or opening week.

Skills & Qualifications:

  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team in a small office
  • Ability to adjust priorities and assignments to meet patron and company needs
  • Comfortable with computers, and capable of learning new ticketing and CRM systems quickly.
  • Previous ticketing experience is helpful, but not required.
  • Ability to remain calm under pressure
  • Pleasant and clear speaking voice both in person and over the phone

To Apply:
Please attach a resume and cover letter to an email addressed to boxoffice@villagetheatre.org with the subject line “Box Office Audience Services Representative position”. No phone calls or in person applications will be considered.




Audience Services Representative - Everett
Reports to: Everett Box Office Manager and Assistant Box Office Manager

Job Summary: Village Theatre is looking for a friendly, reliable, detail-oriented person to work in the Everett Box Office. Job is part time up to 20hrs/week. Must be able to work evenings and weekends as needed. EEO

GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES

Sell tickets and provide accurate records of sales and deposits while maintaining a positive image of Village Theatre. Work as a team within the Box Office and within the entire organization to provide superior service for Village Theatre patrons and to support each department.

SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Provide excellent customer service and accurate information to all patrons and visitors in a friendly manner.
  • Handle customer complaints or refer them to appropriate personnel.
  • Understand and operate Theatre Manager ticketing software to sell tickets, make exchanges, and access and update customer information.
  • Take and process single and season ticket orders for all Village Theatre events, as well as rental events at the Everett Performing Arts Center, and record the desired marketing and mailing information.
  • Accurately handle purchases and redemptions of gift certificates.
  • Keep complete and accurate hard copies of season ticket information.
  • Assist the Box Office Manager and Assistant Box Office Manager in the preparation and mailing of season tickets.
  • During subscription season, file subscription forms daily and ensure that all filed forms have been processed.
  • Count and balance checks, cash, and credit cards at the close of each day. Run End of Day reports.
  • Ensure that till(s) have been counted and initialed as counted at the close of each business day.
  • Keep the Box Office secure at all times and allow only authorized personnel in the Box Office.
  • Prepare House Manager Report immediately following the start of each performance.
  • Perform other duties as required by Box Office Manager, Assistant Box Office Manager, or General Manager.

To Apply:
Please submit resume and cover letter to boxofficeeverett@villagetheatre.org with the subject line “Box Office Audience Services Representative.” No phone calls please.





KIDSTAGE Music Instructors, Everett

We are currently looking for Music Instructors for our classes and camps. Instructors are hired on a class-by-class basis.

KIDSTAGE camps encourage collaboration, teamwork and communication, respect for self and others, healthy and constructive behavior choices, as well as build self-esteem & confidence.

KIDSTAGE Music Instructors work in a fun and professional environment helping students learn music, proper technique, and strengthening the vocal instrument. Strong piano skills are preferred but not required.

Please send cover letter, resume, salary history, and references to:

Mauri Zingarelli
KIDSTAGE Education & Outreach Manager
2710 Wetmore Avenue, Everett, WA 98201
or by email




Summer Arts Education Internship - Issaquah & Everett

Village Theatre KIDSTAGE seeks students 18 years of age and above for internships in our classrooms for summer. KIDSTAGE Internship programs support the development of outstanding theatre professionals by providing a structured program of training, coursework, and extensive progressive in-class and hands-on learning experiences. Designed to prepare students for careers in theatre arts, internships translate the KIDSTAGE philosophy of “Skills for Theatre … Skills for Life” into classroom technique.

Internship programs are available in Issaquah and Everett Washington and include:

  • A customized learning plan
  • 20–40 hours per week spent in the classroom assisting an experienced theatre arts educator.
  • Strong and consistent mentorship by a theatre professional
  • A progressive learning experience that can potentially lead to paid positions
  • Teaching skills applicable to career opportunities
  • The promotion of positive values through art
  • Some internships include a stipend to reimburse expenses depending on schedule or program

To Apply:
Please complete the online application form





Village Theatre

Issaquah
303 Front Street North
Issaquah, WA 98027

Everett
2710 Wetmore Avenue
Everett, WA 98201

Admin Office:
(425) 392-1942

Fax: (425) 391-3242


LOCATIONS

Francis J. Gaudette Theatre
303 Front Street North
Issaquah, WA 98027
Box Office: (425) 392-2202

Everett Performing Arts Center
2710 Wetmore Avenue
Everett, WA 98201
Box Office: (425) 257-8600

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