Employment

 

Six Points Theater

is seeking

Manager of Operations

full-time staff position

Background: Six Points Theater, formerly Minnesota Jewish Theatre Company, was founded in 1995 by Producing Artistic Director Barbara Brooks to engage people of all backgrounds in a shared theater experience that looks at life through a Jewish lens and that reveals the common threads of humanity.

The Organization: This St. Paul-based professional theater presents a season of five shows. Our home venue is the intimate 149-seat theater in the Highland Park Community Center located in the Highland area of St. Paul. Productions have also been presented outdoors and at other site-specific locations. Our work garnered 5 Ivey Awards as well as the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council’s Arts Achievement Award. Now in its 27th season, Six Points Theater has experienced consistent annual growth in its subscription and single ticket sales and contributors. Six Points Theater work arises from the following six core values: integrity, artistic excellence, trust, innovation, stewardship, and tikkun olam (Hebrew for repairing the world). Six Points Theater is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.

The Position: The Manager of Operations ensures smooth operations of Six Points Theater’s office and theater venue with a primary goal of ensuring that audiences’ experiences are enjoyable, enriching, and rewarding.

 

Scope of Position: While working as part of the organizational team, the Manager of Operations oversees the operations of the theater with responsibilities including: ensure smooth office operations including answering the phone, voice mail, general correspondence, office supplies purchases; management of box office and ticketing in the office and at theater; incoming revenue and bank deposits; databases and overseeing Arts People account; events management with other staff and board of directors; engaging and overseeing volunteers; overseeing part-time box office and house management staff at the theater during production runs.

 

Qualifications: Strong verbal and written communication skills; organized and detail oriented; time management skills; problem solving skills; knowledge of social media; good listener and works well in a collaborative environment; works well under pressure/deadlines; and proficiency with Word and Excel. Experience should include box office and ticketing systems; experience working with Arts People ticketing/data base system a plus; prior work in performing arts is a plus.

Start Date:

July 15, 2022

 

Salary and Benefits:

Minimum $39,000; commensurate with experience

Health Insurance

IRA

Paid holidays plus PTO days