Employment Opportunities

Passionate about arts in your community? Looking to make a change… and a difference? 
We’re looking for people like you.

Current Openings

Bookkeeper

We’re hiring a part-time bookkeeper! Our bookkeeper supports the theater by providing accounting and bookkeeping support including general ledger management, account reconciliations, cash receipts, payables processing, and financial reporting.

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Patron Services Associate

Looking for a new challenge and the opportunity to make a difference in your community?  We’re looking for creative, motivated people like you! Patron Services Associates are on-site for all events to which the general public is invited.  These part-time team members will be assigned as a Facility Attendant, Bartender, or Covid Compliance Officer on a show-by-show basis.

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Director of Finance

Passionate about the arts? Looking for a new challenge and the opportunity to make a difference in your community? We’re looking for creative, motivated people like you! Our Director of Finance actively supports operations in the areas of financial administration, human resources, business planning, budgeting, and staff training.

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Development Manager

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. 

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Tech Openings

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.

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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.

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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.

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Volunteer Opportunities

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.

Internship Opportunities

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.
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