Jobs

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JOB OPPORTUNITIES

Goodspeed Musicals – Various Positions 

Gift Shop Attendant
Scenic Carpenter
Run Crew
Wardrobe Supervisor
Dance Coordinator
Music Coordinator
Props Run Crew Head
Stage Carpentry Apprentices

More information and email contact: HERE

The Katherine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center- Old Saybrook
The Kate keeps a roster of sound and lighting technicians to join or supplement house crew. To be considered, send material and contact information to info@thekate.org with subject line “Kate Tech Crew.”

Part-Time Business Manager
The Kate seeks a highly motivated and detail oriented Business Manager. This position will work directly with the Executive Director, Box Office Manager, and Director of Development to ensure efficient and accurate operations. This position reports to the Executive director and duties include management of company banking and cash flow, annual audit and financial reporting, vendor relationships, insurance policies, payroll and some HR functions.

Bar/Concessions Staff
The Kate is looking for enthusiastic individuals to join our Bar/Concessions staff. This position is part-time/as needed.  Scheduling is completed in month blocks at least 2 weeks in advance and is based on the Kate’s production/show schedule.  This position requires evenings/weekends but has great flexibility in scheduling.  Shifts are typically 3-5 hours. Bar/Concessions Staff is responsible for preparing Bar/Concessions for shows, keep the space clean, Point of Sales system/handling money, and restocking.

Mystic Seaport is seeking Museum Interpreters.
“What is that?” you ask. Only the coolest job ever! You might find yourself 40 feet in the air on a mast overlooking the Mystic River teaching and demonstrating historic sailors’ skills. Or you could be in the blacksmith shop banging out a totally boss set of hooks, shaping a barrel stave with a draw knife in the cooperage, or “splitting” a cod fish on the deck of a 100-year-old wooden fishing schooner. Maybe you like to perform, play music, or sing. If so, you could be belting out a chantey as we raise a sail or heave at the capstan. If these things sound awesome (and they are), and you like people (like we do), and you are physically capable of working outdoors in all kinds of weather, can project your voice to a group, and might have a bit of a history nerd streak, this is the place for you.  So, if you think you have what it takes to provide our visitors a great experience, we want to hear from you. You will be immersed in a unique, exciting, educational, and fun environment that will challenge, delight, and surprise you every day (and your friends will be super impressed when you explain all the things an interpreter actually does).

Please note that all applicants must be available for an onsite interview. Selected applicants will also be expected to complete two weeks of mandatory training (between June 1 and 15) prior to the start of work.  Please visit https://recruiting.myapps.paychex.com/appone/MainInfoReq.asp?R_ID=1846752 to apply.  (posted 2/8/18)

Mystic Seaport – Tale-Maker Interpreter If you enjoy working with children, have strong memorization skills, comfort with short-form improvisation, and/or significant theatrical experience, then this troupe is for you! The Tale-Makers are a high-energy, interactive theatre troupe that perform a variety of theatrical styles including children’s interactive plays, historic first-person monologues, and condensed renditions of Victorian literature and Shakespearean works.  A Tale-Maker is a specialized role within the museum’s team of interpreters, but you’ll be working a variety of other assignments as an Interpreter too. “What is an Interpreter?” you ask. Only the coolest job ever! You might find yourself 40 feet in the air on a mast overlooking the Mystic River teaching and demonstrating historic sailors’ skills. Or you could be in the blacksmith shop banging out a totally boss set of hooks, shaping a barrel stave with a draw knife in the cooperage, or “splitting” a cod fish on the deck of a 100-year-old wooden fishing schooner. If these things sound awesome (and they are), and you like people (like we do), and you are physically capable of working outdoors in all kinds of weather, can project your voice to a group, and might have a bit of a history nerd streak, this is the place for you.  So, if you think you have what it takes to provide our visitors a great experience, we want to hear from you. You will be immersed in a unique, exciting, educational, and fun environment that will challenge, delight, and surprise you every day (and your friends will be super impressed when you explain all the things a Tale-Maker actually does).

Acceptance to this program is based on an audition that includes two contrasting one-minute monologues, guided improvisation, and the interpretation of sides from the performance material.  Selected applicants will also be expected to complete two weeks of mandatory training (June 1st through June 15th) prior to the start of work.
To apply, please visit https://recruiting.myapps.paychex.com/appone/MainInfoReq.asp?R_ID=1847235.  (posted 2/8/18)

Mystic Seaport – The Working Chanteymen (and women too!) perform music as part of our shipboard demonstrations. The position includes entertainment, education, hard physical labor, and some once-in-a-lifetime experiences – imagine singing a song, 40 feet in the air, while furling a sail!  A Working Chanteyman is a specialized role within the museum’s team of interpreters, but you’ll be working a variety of other assignments as an Interpreter too. “What is an Interpreter?” you ask. Only the coolest job ever! You might find yourself 40 feet in the air on a mast overlooking the Mystic River teaching and demonstrating historic sailors’ skills. Or you could be in the blacksmith shop banging out a totally boss set of hooks, shaping a barrel stave with a draw knife in the cooperage, or “splitting” a cod fish on the deck of a 100-year-old wooden fishing schooner. If these things sound awesome (and they are), and you like people (like we do), and you are physically capable of working outdoors in all kinds of weather, can project your voice to a group, and might have a bit of a history nerd streak, this is the place for you.  So, if you think you have what it takes to provide our visitors a great experience, we want to hear from you. You will be immersed in a unique, exciting, educational, and fun environment that will challenge, delight, and surprise you every day (and your friends will be super impressed when you explain all the things a Working Chanteyman actually does).

Acceptance to this program is based on an audition that includes the performance of 2-3 chanties, 2-3 traditional pieces of instrumental and vocal material, and a physical fitness test and/or trial of a shipboard demonstration.  Selected applicants will also be expected to begin training on a part-time basis by May 1st.
To apply, please visit https://recruiting.myapps.paychex.com/appone/MainInfoReq.asp?R_ID=1847219. (posted 2/8/18)

Eugene O’Neill Theater Center- Various Summer Positions & Apprenticeships
Click here  for more information
(posted 1/20/18)