Work With Us
Passionate about arts in your community? Looking to make a change … and a difference? We’re looking for people like you. We’re on the lookout for a:
Lead Lighting Technician
The Lead Lighting Technician is responsible for lighting-related tasks, including inventory tracking, equipment upkeep, and serving as an electrician/lighting designer when necessary. The ideal candidate will have multi-faceted technical experience in all aspects of theater, and demonstrate a commitment to safety and safe theater practices. Read the complete description here.
Lead Sound & Video Technician
The Lead Sound & Video Technician is responsible for all sound related tasks at the New Hazlett Theater, including inventory tracking, equipment upkeep, and serving as a video technician and/or sound engineer when necessary. The ideal candidate will have multi-faceted technical experience in all aspects of theater, and demonstrate a commitment to safety and safe theater practices. Read the complete description here.
Our Development Manager is a brand new position, created to help us substantially grow the New Hazlett Theater’s budget. The Development Manager is responsible for researching new foundation prospects, grant writing, funder reports, corporate sponsorships, individual donor research, cultivation, and tracking. Read the complete description here.
Program and Event Sales Manager
The Program and Event Sales Manager is responsible for maintaining venue rental clients, identifying new rental opportunities, preparing and presenting sales presentations, and following and assisting our clients through the process from initial contact to their event. Read the complete description here.
Building Maintenance Technician
The Building Maintenance Technician supports the operation of the New Hazlett Theater by ensuring all physical systems run smoothly. Retirees and newcomers to our regions are welcome to apply. Read the complete description here.
Bartenders are the life of the party, and they definitely know how to keep it going (and they also know when it’s time for last call). New Hazlett bartenders are in charge of running the bar and concession stand during shows and events, as well as keeping track of the inventory, handling cash and credit cards, and all the other stuff that goes along with keeping a bar neat. Order up a full description here.
Do you know how to handle a crowd? Have an eye for detail and a brain that can juggle three tasks and four patrons at the same time? Then you’re house manager material! New Hazlett house managers are on-site for events open to the general public. You’d watch over the audience, make sure everything goes smoothly with the seating, and generally make sure everyone’s safe. Like our own personal theater super-hero. Read the complete write up here.
Ever vigilant protecting the people of Gotham — err, we mean patrons of the New Hazlett and helping them find parking. (Which can sometimes be as challenging as being the Dark Knight.) Security attendants perform rounds and provide directions and parking assistance to our patrons. Cape and cowl not required. They also let the rest of the staff know about any irregularities inside or outside the building during their shift. Sometimes they work in conjunction with other hired security personnel. Full write up download here.
We have various volunteer opportunities available from front-of-house staffing to administrative duties. The New Hazlett also employs part-time staff on a casual basis including house managers, bartenders, and security guards. Help us create an extraordinary experience for our patrons and enjoy incredible perks of live entertainment throughout the season. Ushers must be at least 17 years of age, be able to walk up and down stairs, be comfortable standing for long periods of time, and have no fear of heights.
If you are interested in working or volunteering at the Theater please fill out this form. Be a part of the creative heartbeat on the Northside and lend a hand.
Internships are available to college students. We give students an opportunity to engage in hands-on professional training from New Hazlett staff, local artists and craftspeople. The Theater provides interns with training and educational opportunities that will expand their knowledge of working in professional theater. If you would like to learn more about internship opportunities at the Theater please fill out this form.