Job Vacancy: Performing Arts Center Manager

Snoqualmie Valley School District


About the project and the company

The Snoqualmie Valley School District is located in the scenic Cascade Mountain foothills of
Washington State, about 30 miles east of Seattle. The District spans more than 400 square miles,
serving approximately 7,000 students in the communities of North Bend, Snoqualmie, Fall City,
and surrounding areas in King county. Snoqualmie Valley schools offer comprehensive high-quality educational opportunities, academic rigor, student support services, and extensive technology resources in a positive and safe learning environment.

Job Description

Performing Arts Center Manager Snoqualmie Valley School District Anticipated start date: July 1, 2021 Monday - Friday: 8:00am - 4:30pm  Weekly working hours: 40 Schedule will need to be flexible depending on PAC rentals/usage Salary: $73,824 - $80,673 The Mount Si High School PAC Manager has the daily responsibility for the technical operations of the venue including lighting, sound, stage rigging and other equipment, supervision of technical staff, and coordination of necessary maintenance; is responsible for the scheduling of all District and community events in the venue; and will manage all aspects of PAC rentals (rental agreements, billing, and collections). The MSHS PAC Manager will work on a flexible schedule basis and be present as expected and needed at events and/or programs, to include weekends, at the MSHS PAC to ensure appropriate facility utilization and asset preservation.   For complete details and to apply, please original posting: For best consideration, please submit a completed application by June 9, 2021. Job posting open until filled.

Required Qualifications

Qualifications Required: -- Ability to work a flexible schedule, including evening and weekends, based on PAC usage. -- Possess and maintain a valid First Aid/CPR/AED card, or become certified within 90 days of employment. -- Possess a strong attention to detail, time management, organizational and multi-tasking skills coupled with the ability to work independently. -- Demonstrated effective oral and written communication in the English language, including correct grammar and spelling usage. -- Legally eligible to work for any employer in the United States of America as verified by Form I-9. -- Successful Washington State Patrol and Federal Bureau of Investigation fingerprint clearance.

Desired Qualifications

Qualifications Preferred -- Post-secondary education in technical theater or equivalent experience in theater management and supervising a technical crew. -- Working knowledge of lighting, sound and other technical equipment. -- Ability to design a light plot and hang and focus theater lighting, experience with programmable lighting systems, sound and audio-visual systems, stage rigging, drapes, concert shells and orchestra pit filler system. -- Ability to work with and train students. -- Familiarity with the technical needs of cultural and entertainment performance groups and contractual relationships.

Other details

Essential Functions and Responsibilities

-- Provide expertise surrounding the use of technical components of the PAC—stage
lighting, sound, audio-visual and production equipment, stage rigging, drapes, concert
shells and orchestra pit filler system.
-- Coordinate use of performing arts center for the purpose of greatest possible usage.
-- Work with Operations department on scheduling District and community usage and
maintaining the reservation calendar.
-- Work with Business Office on administering rental agreements and estimating rental fees.
-- Support and coordinate all events in the PAC, including the hiring of additional crew
members as needed.
-- Recruit, screen, interview, and select all theater staff. Train all theater staff on procedures
for all equipment and facilities; supervise all theater staff.
-- Enforce established operational and usage policies.
-- Maintain inventories of supplies and equipment in an orderly manner.
-- Maintain accurate employment and pay records as required by District policy and
-- Ensure a safe environment in and around the theater for patrons, performers and staff.
-- Establish and post safety requirements necessary for the use of equipment in the theater.
-- Maintain stage, off-stage storage, sound and lighting booths, orchestra pit, catwalks and
scene shop areas in a clean and orderly condition.
-- Move furniture and supplies as necessary.
-- Ensure proper preparation of all areas for performers and audience use.
-- Operate and maintain equipment as required, ensure its safe and proper use, protect the
district equipment and supplies against pilferage, loss, theft or abuse.
-- Monitor and perform preventative maintenance of equipment including lighting, sound,
and rigging equipment. Arrange for annual inspections, repair and replacement of
equipment within budget and/or as needed.
-- Serve as a resource for lighting, sound, and other technical needs district wide.
-- Provide technical instruction to Theater Tech and/or Stagecraft classes.
-- Annually review of applicable facility rental and staffing fees.
-- Remain available on call as needed.

Additional information
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Pay Rate

$73,824 - $80,673

Audition location

Snoqualmie WA

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