Employment

The Public is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. Applicants from populations underrepresented in the theater field are strongly encouraged to apply. All qualified applications will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, familial status, sexual orientation, national origin, ability, age, or veteran status

 

AVAILABLE POSITIONS: 

The Public Theater seeks a skilled and enthusiastic Assistant Scenery Supervisor to join a tight knit, dynamic team.  The Assistant Scenery Supervisor will work closely with the Scenery Supervisor and 2 Associate Scenery Supervisors to coordinate the scheduling, budgeting, and construction for multiple shows in 6 theaters.  They will work directly with designers, directors and the rest of the production department to ensure all scenery meets the needs of the design as well as the budget in a safe and efficient manner. 

 

Essential Duties and responsibilities: 

  • Generate working drawings
  • Calculate, design, and execute weight bearing methods for scenery build and install
  • Design and execute safe configuration and rigging for all moving set pieces
  • Ensure safe and conscientious workmanship and working conditions
  • Generate and maintain scenery budgets
  • Develop and maintain scenery department over-hire pool
  • Develop and manage work schedules for the scenery department
  • Train and manage freelance crew as necessary
  • Work some late nights and weekends

 

Requirements:

  • 2+ years of theater experience managing people and running crews
  • Experience in creating, working with, and maintaining budgets
  • Comprehensive knowledge of scenery technologies, processes and equipment
  • Proficient in technical theater construction, rigging, and safety
  • Experience with automation preferred.
  • Proficient in AutoCAD – knowledge of Vector Works a plus
  • Proficient in common computer skills including Excel, Word, and Acrobat
  • Calm demeanor and interpersonal skills
  • Strong organization and communication skills
  • Ability to work under pressure in a fast-paced environment overseeing multiple projects at once. 

 

The Public is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. Applicants from populations underrepresented in the theater field are strongly encouraged to apply. All qualified applications will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, ability, age, or veteran status.

 

Please send resume and cover letter jobs@publictheater.org

The Public Theater is seeking an Associate Director of Special Artistic Projects to work closely with the Director of Special Artistic Projects to oversee the Mobile Unit and Public Forum. This is a senior-level position focused primarily on managing the day-to-day operations of these two artistic programs.

 

 Responsibilities:

  • Work with the Director of Special Artistic Projects to manage all aspects of the logistical, financial and artistic needs for the Public Forum and Mobile Unit programs, and other special artistic projects as assigned.
  • Collaborate closely with The Public’s marketing team to establish and maintain consistent messaging around all Public Forum and Mobile Unit activity.
  • Lead internal strategy conversations around the creation and dissemination of Public Forum digital content.
  • Establish and monitor internal communication systems for operational support of both programs, including running interdepartmental meetings, liaising with project tracking processes, and ensuring key internal stakeholders are well-informed of all program activities.
  • Manage the logistical and administrative components of pilot projects and ensure the timely dissemination of key learnings to senior management as well as peer team members.
  • Serve as Public Forum point person for external partners as assigned. Past partners have included WNYC Greene Space, The New Yorker, and the International Rescue Committee.
  • Serve as primary liaison to key internal departments such as General Management, Finance and Marketing.
  • Direct the approval of all external facing collateral including playbill materials, press releases and marketing materials.
  • Manage all Public Forum and Mobile Unit program budgets, with focus on forecasting and next season planning.
  • Serve as internal artistic point person on select Public Forums, as well as expanded Mobile Unit activity, helping to curate participants and shepherd creative processes as appropriate.
  • Assist Director of SAP in operationalizing the 12-18 month activity within the Mobile Unit and Public Forum program plans.

 

Requirements: 

  • 7 – 10 years of arts administration experience, including budget management and contract negotiations
  • Communication: The ability to express oneself clearly in conversations and interactions with others
  • Ingenuity: The ability to develop, sponsor, and support the introduction of new and improved methods, procedures or technologies
  • Cultural Competence: The ability to interact effectively with people of different cultures and socio-economic backgrounds
  • Leadership: The ability to galvanize a team around a common goal, taking initiative, and anticipating needs
  • Problem Solving: The ability to tackle a problem using a logical, systematic, sequential approach
  • Successfully manage multiple competing priorities in a fast-paced environment

 

The Public is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. Applicants from populations underrepresented in the theater field are strongly encouraged to apply. All qualified applications will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, familial status, sexual orientation, national origin, ability, age, or veteran status.

 

Please send resume and cover letter to jobs@publictheater.org  The deadline for applications is July 10th, 2017.  Interviews will be held throughout July and August.

 

About the Mobile Unit

The Mobile Unit presents free performances to prisons, homeless shelters, and community centers throughout New York’s boroughs. Over the years, the Mobile Unit has served thousands of audiences with critically acclaimed productions. In addition to the community tour, each Mobile Unit show “sits down” at The Public Theater’s Astor Place home to perform for Public audiences and community organizations from all over the city.

 

About the Public Forum

Public Forum brings together surprising combinations of artists, audiences, and experts to explore the issues and ideas raised on our stages. Forum activity ranges from one-of-a-kind events with some of the most original thinkers of today to post show discussions and online content curation. Past Public Forum participants and partners have included: David Brooks, Anna Deavere Smith, Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson, Matt Damon, Audra McDonald, David Remnick and The New Yorker, The Center for Constitutional Rights, and more.

The Public Theater seeks an experienced Building Engineer who will be responsible for the daily operation, maintenance and repair of all of the plumbing, electrical, HVAC, fire alarm, fire suppression, and other systems at 425 Lafayette Street.  This position reports to the Director of Facilities & Operations Management and oversees an Assistant Building Engineer and a team of Operations Assistants. This is a hands-on role with supervisory duties but is not solely a management position. 

 

Duties:

  • Conducts inspections of buildings, grounds, roofs, and equipment
  • Responsible for periodic general preventative maintenance on mechanical, electrical, HVAC, fire alarm and fire suppression and plumbing systems. These systems include, but are not limited to, air handling units (both rooftop and built-up units), re-circulating air systems, water pumping systems, cooling plant and all plumbing system components. 
  • Performs and/or oversees electrical and plumbing repairs; water treatment and testing, and repairs of doors and locking mechanisms, and basic maintenance tasks throughout the building. 
  • Oversees testing and repairs of fire alarm and fire suppression systems and trains all Operations staff in theater security, fire alarm systems, HVAC and theater maintenance procedures.
  • Coordinates with vendors, outside contractors, the Department of Buildings, FDNY, and the Environmental Protection Agency in maintaining compliance with building codes and preventing violations and acts as internal lead for inspections. 
  • Maintains fire alarm and fire suppression logs, maintenance logs and records; conforms to all written operating procedures and coordinates maintenance efforts with outside contractors and technicians when work cannot be performed in-house.
  • Responds to emergency maintenance requests as required.

Requirements: The individual in this position must be available for emergency calls as needed.  Must have 2-5 years of experience and a working knowledge of all building mechanical, electrical, HVAC, plumbing, carpentry, life safety, fire protection and security systems to ensure proper operations and be able to act upon any conditions that are out of the ordinary.  Must have the ability to read and understand mechanical drawings, manuals and blueprints and be proficient with Microsoft Office suite.  Must either have or be able and willing to get the following training certifications: F03 fire guard  certification, S12 city wide sprinkler, S95 supervision of fire alarm systems, P99 boiler operation, and 200 hour Certificate for completion for Operating Engineer and an EPA  Refrigerant transition and recovery course.

 

Please send resume and cover letter to jobs@publictheater.org

The Public Theater/New York Shakespeare Festival is seeking an experienced costume draper/cutter.  This seasonal position will work with the Costume Shop Manager and Foreperson on all productions performing at the five theaters located in the Public Theater as well as The Delacorte Theater’s Free Shakespeare in Central Park.  The applicant should have 5 years of experience as a draper/cutter, strong knowledge of costume history, extensive background in costume construction, proficient in interpreting costume sketches and the ability to manage a team of technicians with a scheduled deadline.

Responsibilities include:  creating costumes based on the designers’ sketches, fitting actors in custom made and purchased clothing, supervising a team of first hands and stitchers in the sewing and altering of garments and coordinating fitting schedules with Costume Shop Manager.  Resumes should be forwarded to Luke McDonough at lmcdonough@publictheater.org  

The Public Theater is seeking an organized, unflappable Development Associate to join our Institutional Partnership team, helping to generate over $10 million in annual revenue to support The Public's broad range of artistic programming.

 

The Development Associate will creatively, energetically and diligently manage the administration of Institutional Partnerships and Corporate Sponsorships teams, including:

  • Overseeing project management systems (network of deadlines, deliverables, stewardship, and projection tracking tools)
  • Coordinating participation in departmental systems (gift entry, ticket holds management, research, communication plans)
  • Maintaining database records
  • Coordinating invitations and communications to institutional partners
  • Assisting in the creation of proposals, reports, and other solicitation materials for foundation and corporate partners.
  • Supporting donor events both at our 425 Lafayette Street location and at the Delacorte Theater in Central Park; acts a key support for summer corporate partnership events in the park.
  • Handling donor ticket requests.

Requirements: We are seeking an organized administrator with 2 years of office experience and at least one year in fundraising. Proficiency in MS Word and Outlook, with advanced knowledge of Excel; knowledge of Tessitura preferred.

 

The Public is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. Applicants from populations underrepresented in the theater field are strongly encouraged to apply. All qualified applications will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, familial status, sexual orientation, national origin, ability, age, or veteran status.

 

Please send resume and cover letter to jobs@publictheater.org

The Director of Applications and Online Services is responsible for the creation, enhancement, implementation and support/maintenance of the organization’s application and website environments.  Lead major initiatives, such as digital transformation, to give customers and donors a superior experience and enhance the organization’s brand image.  Online services include the organization’s website, collaborative initiatives, intranet, extranet, and enterprise applications, including Tessitura.  Lead a team of internal professionals and external service providers to create and develop technologies that meet the needs of the organization.  

 

  1. 1. As a member of the senior management team, guide strategic decisions and resource allocation.  Develop and update 5-year enterprise application plan by projecting future needs of enterprise software, databases and licenses.  Estimate resource requirements to be incorporated into budgets/forecasts for enterprise application initiatives and enhancements.   Manage resources to maximize output and minimize costs.  Create and maintain strong management reporting and analysis tools to measure success of implementing 5-year enterprise application plan.
  2. 2. Identify how specific enterprise applications can improve institutional customer-facing and internal business practices.  Collaborate with stakeholders to develop solutions for the organization to better utilize technologies to improve its capabilities.  Conduct technical reviews of products or solutions to compare and evaluate their applicability.  Direct the development and support of enterprise applications.  Resolve issues related to media platforms and applications.  Ensure that processes meet expectations for federal, state and community privacy and security.
  3. 3. Oversee Tessitura use environment.  Ensure the organization makes the best possible use of Tessitura in its capacity as ticketing, CRM, development, prospecting, and membership system.  Work with departments and technical staff to design, test and integrate Tessitura functionality.  Spearhead Tessitura projects with Power User Group (PUG), collaborating on cross-departmental challenges.
  4. 4. Direct the development, creation, implementation and operations of web services that enhance the user experience.  Manage a web development project list in collaboration with web staff and departments.  Respond to internal stakeholders and customer issues in order to prioritize pipeline for development.  Lead web development team and projects in testing and implementing new features, site improvements and bug fixes.

 

Experience:

  • 7+ years of information technology experience.
  • 3+ years of supervisory experience in managing people, projects and budgets.

Skills:

  • Proficiency strongly preferred in Tessitura and Tessitura-related applications, SQL scripts, SSRS, Infomaker, SQL Server Suite, Microsoft Suite.
  • Familiar with web based software applications
  • Strong organizational, planning and prioritization skills.
  • Ability to manage among multiple concurrent projects with competing and unpredictable schedules.
  • Attention to detail.                                                                                        
  • Expert knowledge in diagnostic data gathering.
  • Strong analytical, problem solving and presentation skills.
  • Good verbal, written communication and interpersonal skills especially involving technical subjects.
  • Open to change, embracing innovation and acquiring the knowledge, skills and abilities to effectively adopt and use digital technology.

Please send resume and cover letter to jobs@publictheater.org

The Public Theater is seeking a highly organized and unflappable administrator to support the Chief Advancement Officer and keep up with a fast-paced work environment. 

 

Specific responsibilities include:

  • Overseeing Chief Advancement Officer’s calendar
  • Scheduling appointments, working with external and internal groups to coordinate meetings
  • Ensuring Chief Advancement Officer is prepared for all meetings and special events, requesting and conducting research and printing briefings and related documents a day ahead
  • Communicating with trustees and other donors and keeping correspondence confidential
  • Using discretion with development and fundraising communication and reports
  • Recording external donor meetings in Tessitura; draft follow up notes post meeting where appropriate
  • Maintaining CAO’s Contacts in Outlook
  • In collaboration with the CAO, setting agendas for Development Department Meetings, and Senior Development Staff Meetings
  • Ordering office supplies and track inventory on stationery and supplies for the development department
  • Working with HR and IT to onboard new development staff
  • Coordinating fundraising activity on behalf of the Chief Advancement Officer
  • Managing Chief Advancement Officer’s correspondence, reading and prioritizing email messages (determining what can be handled independently) and drafting correspondence
  • Answering phones
  • Reviewing and approving acknowledgements, and other collateral on behalf of Chief Advancement Officer
  • Representing Chief Advancement Officer at internal meetings as needed
  • Preparing development department timesheets
  • Maintaining files
  • Reviewing consultants contracts and summarizing reports
  • Managing independent administrative projects as assigned
  • Supporting Chief Advancement Officer with personal assistant duties as assigned
  • Assisting Board Liaison with logistics for Board Meetings
  • Arranging travel

Requirements:  The ideal candidate will have experience handling a wide range of executive support related tasks and will be able to work independently with little supervision.   Must be exceedingly well organized and flexible. The ability to interact with staff at all levels, sometimes under pressure, remaining proactive, resourceful and efficient, with a high level of professionalism and confidentiality is crucial to this role.   Excellent written and verbal communication skills, strong decision making ability and attention to detail are equally important. Must be simultaneously assertive and diplomatic, and able to work as part of a team.  Knowledge of the industry a plus.  Strongly prefer: 2+ years’ experience in executive level support, excellent calendar management skills, strong knowledge of Word, Excel, and Outlook. Knowledge of theater and the arts in NYC a plus.

 

 Please send resume and cover letter to jobs@publictheater.org  

The Public Theater is seeking a highly organized assistant to support the General Management department and keep up with a fast-paced work environment. The individual in this position reports to the General Manager.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Assist the General Manager with all general administrative needs
  • Maintain the General Manager’s calendar and ensure that he has all meeting materials
  • Facilitate all correspondence within the General Manager’s office, including monitoring and responding to emails,
  • telephone coverage, and determining the best channels for information distribution
  • Ensure the smooth operation of the office, including filing and organizing the office, phone coverage,
  • maintaining department databases, and reconciling department Amex expenses
  • Assist with house seat ticketing when needed
  • Track departmental expenses
  • Maintain the physical and electronic files of the department
  • Approve Playbill/Press releases
  • Create, own, and maintain Show Overview documents
  • Administer GM allotment of opening night tickets
  • Serve as Intranet Administrator for the GM, Delacorte and Downtown Shows pages

 

Requirements: The ideal candidate will have at least one year of office experience and the ability to work independently. Must be well organized and flexible. The ability to interact with staff at all levels, sometimes under pressure, remaining proactive, resourceful and efficient, with a high level of professionalism and confidentiality is crucial to this role. Excellent written and verbal communication skills and attention to detail are equally important. Knowledge of the industry a plus.

 

This is a non-exempt position.

 

Please send resume and cover letter to jobs@publictheater.org

The Public Theater seeks an organized staff person to support to the Administrative Chief of Staff (ACOS) and advance The Public’s work to engage appointed and elected officials in support of its programs and advocacy goals.

 

Specific responsibilities:

  • Provide support in all areas of Government Affairs to ensure that activity is efficient and effective.
  • Cultivate elected and appointed officials and staff.
  • Schedule regular meetings with key government officials and their representatives to facilitate understanding of the theater’s programs and the audience that they serve.
  • Attend meetings with key government officials
  • Support ACOS in inviting key community stakeholders, elected officials, and government staffers to performances, receptions, and special activities related to community engagement programs (i.e. Borough Nights, Mobile Unit tour performances).
  • With Admin COS, represent The Public at government events (i.e. State of the City, City Council Testimony, community board meetings) and Public Theater events (i.e. greeting elected officials speaking preshow, attending community engagement events with Council Members)
  • Solicitation, proposal development and reporting for some governmental funding
  • Developing documents with focused research and data relevant to government and community leaders
  • Draft documents regarding community programs and services (i.e. monthly newsletter to City Agencies and elected officials, monthly newsletter to Board government relations taskforce).
  • Update and manage government database and invite lists via Tessitura.
  • Prepare Department of Cultural Affairs reporting including monthly IDNYC report, Culture Stat, Final Report, and Capital Request.
  • Handle all administrative duties for the department including department budget.
  • The position is non-exempt

Position Requirements:

  • 2+ years of administrative experience working in an office environment
  • Interest in the arts, advocacy, social justice, public policy and relationship building
  • Strong communication, organizations and time management skills
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office
  • Experience with Tessitura preferred
  • Ability to work some nights and weekends

Please send resume and cover letter to jobs@publictheater.org

The Public Theater is seeking a seasonal project leader to work closely with the Director of Special Artistic Projects to plan and line produce a community tour and oversee the design and execution of holistic community engagement throughout Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan and Wisconsin.

 

Responsibilities:

Community Relationship Building

  • Identify possible community venues and engagement partners in targeted geographic areas throughout four Midwestern states: Ohio, Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Wisconsin.
  • Travel to community venues to assess engagement needs and create outreach and touring plan.
  • Travel as part of tour advance team for four-five weeks in Spring 2018 (dates tbd).- Oversee Community Engagement Manager in the design and execution of an engagement curriculum.

Artistic Relationships

  • Integrate community venue information into artistic process.
  • Serve as liaison between artists and the Public’s Marketing, Development, General Management, and other departments; facilitate artistic relationships as needed for special events
  • Work with line producer to coordinate creative team meetings, design presentations, marketing/press meetings and artwork presentations

Mobile Unit Tour

  • Lead tour team in the creation of a three to four-week touring schedule.
  • Attend production meetings and technical rehearsals on behalf of Director of Special Artistic Projects
  • Facilitate attendance of key artists and senior staff members out on tour- Manage/facilitate travel during the tour for line producing and production management teams
  • Attend all tour performances
  • Facilitate creation and distribution of documents to track the tour venues
  • Copy edit and approve programs, press releases and marketing materials for tour venues
  • Serve as point of contact for day-of logistics on the Mobile Unit tour

Special Artistic Projects Department

  • Capture best practices and lessons learned on behalf of The Public
  • Lead project post-mortem
  • Work with Director of Strategic Research & Planning to design and execute audience and community venue feedback

Requirements:

  • Communication: The ability to express oneself clearly in conversations and interactions with others
  • Ingenuity: The ability to develop, sponsor, and support the introduction of new and improved methods, procedures or technologies
  • Cultural Competence: The ability to interact effectively with people of different cultures and socio-economic backgrounds
  • Community Building: The ability to build meaningful relationships and social networks within a community
  • Leadership: The ability to galvanize a team around a common goal, taking initiative, and anticipating needs
  • Problem Solving: The ability to tackle a problem using a logical, systematic, sequential approach
  • Minimum 10 years of artistic producing experience
  • Community building/organizing experience preferred
  • Bilingual Spanish preferred
  • Successfully manage multiple competing priorities in a fast-paced environment
  • Budget management experience
  • Valid driver’s license required

Please send resume and cover letter to mobileshakes@publictheater.org with subject line: Mobile Unit National

The Production Department is often on the lookout for qualified overhire technicians and stage managers. Cover Letters and Resumes may be submitted to the addresses below. Please note that we cannot respond to every submission.

 

Audio

AudioJobs@publictheater.org

 

Costumes

CostumeJobs@publictheater.org

 

Lighting

LightingJobs@publictheater.org

 

Properties

PropsJobs@publictheater.org

 

Scenery

SceneryJobs@publictheater.org

 

Stage Management

StageManagementJobs@publictheater.org

The Public Theater seeks a skilled seasonal Auto CAD and Vector Works Scenic Draftsperson to support the current scenery staff during our busy summer and fall seasons.  The Scenic Draftsperson will work closely with the Scenery Supervisor and 2 Associate Scenery Supervisors to create technical drawings for multiple shows in 6 theaters.  They will work with designers and the rest of the production department to insure all scenery drawings are up to date and integrated into audio, lighting, and video plots.   The seasonal position is full-time from August through Mid-October. 

 

Essential Duties and responsibilities: 

  • Generate technical drawings for scenic structures, rigging, and automation
  • Help to update scenic design drawings throughout budgeting and build process
  • Integrate lighting, audio, and video plots with scenery designs
  • Create graphic communications to help convey complex ideas with the various teams involved in a project
  • Update and unify venue drawings
  • Implement sight surveys and create accurate drawings from measurements and notes
  • Help to insure safe and conscientious working conditions

 

Requirements: 

  • 2+ years of professional theater experience
  • Basic knowledge of scenery technologies, processes and equipment
  • Proficient in AutoCAD, Vector Works, experience with 3D drafting preferred
  • Proficient in common computer skills including Excel, Word, and Acrobat
  • Calm demeanor and interpersonal skills
  • Strong organization and communications skills
  • Ability to work under pressure in a fast-paced environment overseeing multiple projects at once

 

The Public is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. Applicants from populations underrepresented in the theater field are strongly encouraged to apply. All qualified applications will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, ability, age, or veteran status.

 

Please send resume and cover letter to sceneryjobs@publictheater.org with “draftsperson” in the subject line.

The Public Theater seeks candidates for the newly created position of Senior Director of Development (Senior Director). Reporting to the chief advancement officer, the Senior Director serves as the day-to-day leader of The Public’s development program and as the No. 2 leader of the advancement division comprised of development and development communications functions. The Senior Director is directly responsible for individual giving [inclusive of annual donor societies (the Partners Program), major gifts, and campaigns], institutional giving, special events, and development operations, supervising director-level staff in each of those areas and an overall development team of approximately 24 individuals. The Senior Director will be the primary advisor to the chief advancement officer on development matters, and will provide a blend of strategic and operational leadership to the development team.

 

The Senior Director, in collaboration with the chief advancement officer, will be responsible for fostering new levels of engagement for current and prospective donors, and must help to advance the culture of philanthropy across the institution. Given The Public’s campaign and broader philanthropic ambitions, the Senior Director must continue to increase the overall sophistication of the development program, championing strategic, data-informed decision-making, industry best practices, and dedication to continuous improvement, transparency, and accountability. The Senior Director’s initial focus will be on optimizing the development team’s processes, activities, and strategic direction. The Senior Director will eventually incorporate their own frontline fundraising activity and develop a moderately sized, personal portfolio of high-level giving prospects.

 

Required qualifications and experience: genuine enthusiasm for The Public Theater’s mission, history, and ground-breaking productions and programs; personal passion for and broad knowledge of the art form of theater is strongly desired; minimum of seven to 10 years of experience in progressively responsible development leadership positions, which includes work in all functional areas (individual giving, institutional giving, annual giving, planned giving, stewardship, board relations) and participation in a major capital campaign, preferably within a major performing arts organization, cultural institution, nonprofit organization, educational institution, or other environment of similar complexity; demonstrated ability to provide management oversight, leadership, and direction with at least five years of significant supervisory experience, including experience creating and managing a budget; must be steeped in modern philanthropy best practices and able to effectively integrate advancement functions; must have the breadth of skills required to devise macro-level external relations strategies, including those related to organizational branding, marketing, and communications; particular strength in developing the case for support and strategic, complex, and innovative fundraising plans, and executing against those plans to achieve goals and objectives; hands-on experience with six and seven-figure gifts, including cultivation through solicitation and stewardship, as well as experience working with annual giving strategies for grooming the next generation of annual leadership and major gift donors; experience in high-level, New York metropolitan area philanthropy is preferred; experience identifying, nurturing, and motivating volunteers, particularly board members; skill at goal setting and measuring success, and agility in addressing alternate program directions to meet goals when necessary; ability to extract and analyze data to make effective, efficient decisions about donor strategy and process.

 

The Public Theater has retained Diversified Search to assist in this confidential search processes. Inquiries, nominations, and applications (current resumes and cover letters) should be directed electronically to:

 

Gerard F. Cattie, Jr.
Managing Director
Practice Leader – Development & Philanthropy
Diversified Search
The Chrysler Building, 405 Lexington Avenue, 49th Floor, New York, NY 10174
gerard.cattie@divsearch.com
212.542.2587

The Public Theater is now accepting resumes for Wardrobe Supervisors and Dressers for its 2016 – 2017 season.  The Wardrobe Supervisor is responsible for the load-in, load-out and set-up of the wardrobe area and dressing rooms, managing the wardrobe crew and overseeing the on-going care, laundry and maintenance of all of the costumes.  Dressers assist the supervisor in the above tasks as well as atten d to all costume changes and back stage needs during the performances. 

 

Please forward resumes to Luke McDonough at lmcdonough@publictheater.org