Executive Director of the Todd Performing Arts Center
Provides leadership, coordination, and management of the College's technical theatre needs and collaborates with the College's theatre program and academic division to develop programming for students. Serves as cost center manager for the Center. Responsibilities include safe and orderly operation of the TPAC, supervision and instruction of student technicians, technical theatre direction for performing arts and public assembly events, oversight of the TPAC Box Office, and technical and design support for the College's theatre program. This position reports to the Vice President for Academics & Workforce Programs. Evening and weekend work required.
Master's degree in Arts or Master of Fine Arts with an emphasis in theatre management, production, or design. At least three years (3) experience in professional theatre management, design, or production. Experience with venue management, budgets, contracts, staff supervision and development. Knowledge of sound systems, light systems, set construction, and rigging. Experience working with students. Grant writing experience and familiarity with videography preferred.