The Development Manager will create the annual development plan, collaborating with staff for input on foundation, government, corporate and event-related fundraising to meet annual goals. They’ll develop written materials in support of cultivation and solicitation activities as well as lead the planning and execution of special events. They will also collaborate with the Executive Director to build and maintain relationships with elected officials at all levels of government.
The Marketing Manager will create and execute marketing plans to meet the theater’s strategic goals, and create and manage the marketing budget. They’ll handle all the in-house writing including brochures, ads, emails, and individual solicitation efforts. And they will coordinate with vendors for graphic design, distribution and mailing, oversee the NHT website, supervise all social media activity and analyze and evaluate metrics.
The Patron Services Coordinator is responsible for establishing a welcoming experience for audience members and clients by creating a professional, hospitable and safe environment during all events. They ensure that the facility and staff are ready for events as well as implement house policies and procedures. They also recruit, train, schedule, and supervise the audience services staff.
Box Office Attendant
If you love people and problem-solving, the box office is the place for you! The Box Office Attendant is the first smiling face you see when you visit the New Hazlett Theater. This part-time position has the overall responsibility of ensuring that each patron has an enjoyable and safe experience at the theater through providing exemplary customer service to audience members and rental clients. They oversee audience arrival, seating, and departure while ensuring audience safety.
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. They are responsible for ensuring that the experience of each patron is enjoyable and safe while providing exemplary customer service to audience members and renting clients.
Ever vigilant and protecting the people of Gotham — err, we mean patrons of the New Hazlett — the security attendant ensures that the theater is safe and secure and all patrons are well-informed. Like house managers, security attendants are on-site for all events open to the general public. They perform rounds and provide directions and parking assistance to our patrons. 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.
The Video Producer is responsible for the successful execution of the video production process. This includes pre-production communication & equipment setup, leading the camera crew during production shoot, as well as post-production editing for streaming platform upload. The ideal candidate will have one year of prior live event video work or two years of video education experience.
Video Production Crew
The Video Production Crew is responsible for the successful setup and operation of a variety of technical video equipment. The ideal candidate will have multi-faceted technical experience in all aspects of video production, and demonstrate commitment to safety and safe theater practices.
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.
Lead Sound & Projection Technician
The Lead Sound & Projection Technician is responsible for all sound-related tasks at the New Hazlett Theater, including inventory tracking, equipment upkeep, and serving as a projection technician and/or sound engineer when necessary. The ideal candidate will have multi-faceted technical experience in all aspects of theater, and demonstrate commitment to safety and safe theater practices.