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Goodspeed Musicals-Production Manager
Goodspeed Musicals is looking for an experienced Production Manager to helm its technical production departments. We are at an important juncture in our history, and the next Production Manager will have the opportunity to participate in some exciting new initiatives and complex problem solving. The successful candidate will be driven and detail-oriented; have excellent communication skills; possess demonstrated ability to prioritize and manage projects and deadlines effectively; exhibit strong administrative and organizational skills; and be familiar with the intricacies of producing professional musical theatre. Minimum requirements include: bachelor’s degree in theatre or business (BFA or MFA in Technical Production preferred) and 5-7 years of related experience/training. View a complete posting: HERE
To apply, submit cover letter and resume to Goodspeed Musicals is an equal opportunity employer dedicated to building a culturally diverse and equitable environment and strongly encourages applications from people of color and women.
(posted 8/15/17)

Goodspeed Musicals-Wardrobe Assistants
Goodspeed Musicals seeks Wardrobe Assistants for its summer production of “Darling Grenadine”. Responsibilities include assisting with load-in and strike, dressing and quick changes, and costume maintenance. Hourly plus overtime. Preferred candidates would be available starting August 14, 2017, and have experience working on full scale musicals. EOE. Fax or send cover letter, resume, availability, and list of three references to: Cindy Kubala, Costume Director; Goodspeed Musicals; FAX 860-873-2480, or email
Deadline to apply: 8/13/17  (posted 7/25/17)

Education Coordinator- Mystic Museum of Art
Mystic Museum of Art seeks an Education Coordinator to manage School Outreach and Studio Art Programs for audiences aged three and up. These programs aim to engage young and adult audiences with artistic processes, connect contemporary art ideas with past traditions, and help the public explore art through a wide range of modalities and from a variety of perspectives. The EC will work under the direction of the Deputy Director for Public Engagement and Operations (DDPEO) to co-plan, schedule, implement and evaluate on- and off-site group programs for grades Pre-K through 12, as well as studio art classes in various media for the general public. The EC works closely with MMoA faculty and the DDPEO to design curricula for both program areas. Additional duties include hiring and supervising models and instructors, budget-tracking and development, purchasing, data-entry and reporting, copy-writing and all related correspondence and administration for programs. At least one year of experience both teaching and running administration in a museum or art educational setting is required. Necessary to this position are strong skills in time management, writing, and knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite. The successful candidate will be an excellent communicator, highly organized, and proactive by nature.

This permanent, part-time position (24-hours weekly) includes paid time off and the option to teach additional weekly hours. Occasional weekends and evenings required. Pay range: $14 – 17/hour; teaching rate: $20-30/hour. Interested parties should send a cover letter, resume, and list of references to: Dawn Salerno, Deputy Director for Public Engagement and Operations: (posted 7/5/17)