Employment

Join the creative team at the Atlas! Atlas Performing Arts Center is an equal opportunity employer.  We welcome all qualified candidates to apply.

Current opportunities:

Assistant Program Manager

 

 

ASSISTANT PROGRAM MANAGER

Individual will report to Atlas Performing Arts Center’s Director of Programming

 

Status: Full-time (exempt)

 

Job Summary:
Assist in the development and coordination of all programming initiatives in conjunction with Director of Programming and staff to support organizational goals and to build relationships and create positive and memorable impressions about the organization with all current and prospective clients, renters, contractors, presenting partners and resident arts partners. 

 

Supervisory: N/A

 

Essential Duties:
-Work directly with Director of Programming on the execution of all contracts for artists and performing groups presented at or    renting the Atlas.
-Prepare, manage, send and receive all artists contracts for Atlas “presents” productions and rentals.
-Oversee hospitality, back-line, and transportation needs and arrangements for all artists.
-Follow company workflow and contract preparation protocol  for contracts, including contract execution, delivery, payment     tracking and reporting, while maintaining deadlines. Work in conjunction with Atlas Finance Department to secure all   payments, tax forms, insurance certificates and reporting as required.
-Develop and maintain spreadsheet system to track all contract deadlines and payment schedules.
-Work in conjunction with the Director of Programming to administer the Ungerboeck Event Scheduling software, including the   entry and tracking of all scheduling, performance and events data. 
-Work collaboratively with Atlas’ Director of Programming, Performance and Events Manager, Marketing team and Production     team on the scheduling of all spaces for educational programs, performance and special events.
-Support programming staff on execution of print materials needed for events, performances, educational programs and   rentals.
-Support programming staff on show duty as needed.

 

Qualifications:
A minimum of 2 years experience in the management and coordination of arts programming desired. BA or BS or higher in the performing arts preferred. Candidate will have demonstrated excellence in organizational and managerial skills, planning, reporting, ability to take initiative, manage multiple tasks simultaneously, supreme attention to detail, ability to work under deadline and tight time frames, and work both independently and as a member of a team.  Experience in Ungerboeck scheduling system preferred, but training is provided. Excellent organization, written and oral communication skills required. Candidate must have an outgoing personality, have a creative and entrepreneurial spirit, and be comfortable in a crowd as well as one-on-one. Candidate must be able to work a flexible schedule on occasion (daytimes, evenings, weekends) as business needs dictate for performances and special events. 
Work Environment:
Ability to work in a fast-paced, dynamic environment.  Ability to manage workload efficiently to meet fixed deadlines. Must be able to lift up to 25 lbs and climb a ladder. 
Benefits:
Health, dental, and vision insurance, paid vacation, holiday, personal days and sick leave, Costco membership, and retirement.
Salary:
Competitive, depends on experience.
To apply:
The Atlas Performing Arts Center is an equal opportunity employer. We welcome applications from all qualified candidates. Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, three professional references, salary history and requirements to: humanresources@atlasarts.org