Employment Opportunities

About The Levoy Theatre

The Levoy Theatre Preservation Society is a not-for-profit organization committed to reviving and continued operation of Millville’s century old Levoy Theatre as a performing, screen arts and educational center serving Southern New Jersey and surrounding areas. Our mission is to meet and exceed the needs of an active and vibrant arts community through state-of-the-art technology, historic interpretation, culturally diverse programming and performing arts education for all ages and abilities.

The mission of the Levoy is to serve as an economic, educational, cultural and entertainment catalyst for the people of Millville and greater South Jersey. Our mission encourages people of all economic levels to celebrate the rich history of the building, attend a diverse mix of entertainment and educational programs and grow or enhance an appreciation of the performing arts, by creating opportunity for cultural enrichment. Our mission includes maintenance of this world-class venue to enhance enjoyment of its use, contribute to the cultural and economic vitality of the community and the region, and honor the rich history of the Levoy brings to the City of Millville.


TO APPLY, PLEASE SEND THE FOLLOWING TO ADEANGELIS@LEVOY.NET:

Cover Letter
Resume
Three References


MEDIA & PUBLIC RELATIONS – Full Time Position

Job Description

SUMMARY: The Levoy Theatre is seeking a creative, organized, collaborative Media and Public Relations Specialist to join their team, responsible for overseeing all promotional campaigns from design to implementation.

They should be a driven individual comfortable working on multiple projects with various deadlines with industry knowledge and a passion for the arts.
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Planning promotional marketing campaigns for all Levoy Theatre events in alignment with the programming budget
  • Coordinating marketing efforts internally with other departments and externally with artists’ agents
  • Conducting research and analyzing data to identify and define audiences
  • Track ticket sales
  • Analyzing data from advertising campaigns to determine efficacy and point of improvement
  • Writing and proofing creative copy including press releases
  • Creating and scheduling digital content for various social media platforms
  • Assisting with the design, negotiation and placement of traditional media ads in print and on radio, social media ads, and email blasts
  • Collaborating with internal departments on outreach and PR events
  • Ensuring Levoy Theatre branding is maintained on all promotional materials
  • Maintaining The Levoy Theatre’s webpage

QUALIFICATIONS & SKILLS: The ideal candidate possesses:

  • 3+ years experience in media and public relations. Experience working in the arts and/or for a non-profit is a bonus;
  • A Bachelor’s Degree in public relations, marketing, or a relevant field. An advanced degree in a relevant field will be viewed favorably;
  • Strong strategic planning skills and demonstrated financial management expertise;
  • Strong knowledge of Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter;
  • Experience in Facebook Marketing;
  • Ideally, knowledge of basic HTML coding and website management;
  • Strong collaboration skills and the ability to effectively and efficiently communicate with other Levoy departments and outside agents;
  • Graphic design experience a plus

Salary & Benefits

  • Starting salary $35,000 to $50,000
  • 1 week paid vacation, increasing over time of employment
  • Paid holidays off for most major holidays
  • Paid sick leave adhering to NJ state laws

THEATRE PRODUCTION COORDINATOR – Part Time Position

Job description

This new, part-time position is responsible for assisting with the delivery of The Levoy Theatre’s mission. While working in collaboration with the Executive Director, Technical Director, and The Levoy’s resident theatre company, The Off Broad Street Players (OBSP), we are seeking a creative, energetic, and experienced arts coordinator to take our organization into its second decade of providing the South Jersey area with professional and accessible live entertainment and arts education.

Responsibilities (Including But Not Limited to)

● Creating and Fulfilling Contracts for touring groups, collaborative projects, production licensing companies, actors, designers, creatives, etc.

● Assisting the Executive Director with production budget management.

● Organizing and communicating with guest artists, collaborative partners, etc. on production needs for both parties.

● Collaborating and working with The Off Broad Street Players (The Levoy Theater’s resident theatre company) by:

  • Managing Production Budgets
  • Assisting with Hiring Production Team Members
  • Creating and administering contracts for all team members both on and offstage
  • Conducting regular production team meetings with all production team members per production
  • Serving as a liaison between The Levoy and OBSP

● Communicating with the Technical Director in order to proactively achieve the best possible experience for our guest artists and audience members

Education/Skills Required

● Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in a related field(s) (Arts Management/Administration, Business, Theatre/Musical Theatre, Etc.)

● 3+ Years in a managerial role

● Experience with leading large teams

● Contract Creation and Fulfillment

● Project Management

● Budget Management

● Must have strong computer skills, including knowledge of Word, Excel, and Google Docs/Sheets

● Excellent organizational skills with the ability to work in a collaborative environment, prioritize and manage multiple, ongoing projects

● Excellent written and verbal communications skills

● Must be able to accommodate a flexible schedule, including evenings, weekends, and holidays

● Must be able to perform in a fast-paced, dynamic work environment

Additional Preferred Skills

● Knowledge of fulfilling collective bargaining agreements and working with institutions/unions such as:

  • ASCAP, SESAC, BMI
  • Actor’s Equity
  • Stage Directors and Choreographer’s Society
  • IATSE
  • NIVA

Direct Reports: OBSP Production Team Members (Stage Manager, Production Manager, Director, Choreographer, etc.)

Reports To: Executive Director

Starting Salary: $16.00 – $20.00 per hour

TO APPLY PLEASE PROVIDE:
Resume
Cover Letter
Three References


EXECUTIVE ARTISTIC PRODUCER – Full Time Position

Job description

This new, full-time position is responsible for the creative leadership and delivery of The Levoy Theatre’s mission. While working in collaboration with the Board of Directors, Executive Director and The Levoy’s resident theatre company, The Off Broad Street Players (OBSP), we are seeking a creative, energetic, and experienced arts administrator to take our organization into its second decade of providing the South Jersey area with professional and accessible live entertainment and arts education.

Responsibilities (Including But Not Limited to):

○ Cultivating and Producing The Levoy Theatre’s Season

  • Tribute Bands
  • Comedians
  • Symposiums
  • Dance Companies
  • Concerts

○ Collaborative projects with other organizations

  • Broadway Series (OBSP)
  • Children’s Series
  • Movie Events
  • And more!

○ Creating and Fulfilling Contracts for touring groups, collaborative projects, production licensing companies, actors, designers, creatives, etc.

○ Collaborating and working with The Off Broad Street Players (The Levoy Theater’s resident theatre company) by:

○ Creating and Managing Production Budgets

○ Hiring Production Team Members

○ Creating and administering contracts for all team members both on and offstage

○ Conducting regular production team meetings with all production team members per production

○ Serving as a liaison between The Levoy and OBSP

○ Advocating for the organization at public events, sponsorship/donor meetings, etc.

○ Serving as a direct report to the Arts & Education Center

  • Developing interdisciplinary opportunities between the Mainstage and Arts & Education center.
  • Work together to set vision and mission-based goals
  • Oversee larger projects/ setting overall organizational deadlines
  • Vetting & assisting with new hires

○ Establishing Best Practices, Policies, and Procedures for the organization

○ Delegating to and communicating with the Technical Director in order to proactively achieve the best possible experience for our guest artists and audience members

○ Representing the organization and creating reports with the Executive Director at Board Meetings

Education/Skills Required

○ Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in a related field(s) (Master’s Preferred) (Arts Management/Administration, Business, Theatre/Musical Theatre, Etc.)

○ 5+ Years in an Artistic Leadership role.

○ Experience with leading large teams

○ Knowledge of fulfilling collective bargaining agreements and working with institutions/unions such as:

  • ASCAP, SESAC, BMI
  • Actor’s Equity
  • Stage Directors and Choreographer’s Society
  • IATSE
  • NIVA

○ Contract Creation and Fulfillment

○ Project Management

○ Budget Creation

○ Must have strong computer skills, including knowledge of Word, Excel, and Google Docs/Sheets

○ Excellent organizational skills with the ability to work in a collaborative environment, prioritize and manage multiple, ongoing projects

○ Excellent written and verbal communications skills

○ Must be able to accommodate a flexible schedule, including evenings, weekends, and holidays

○ Must be able to perform in a fast-paced, dynamic work environment

Additional Preferred Skills

○ Non-Profit/Business Management

○ Development/Fundraising Skills

○ Direct Reports

  • Technical Director
  • Education Director
  • Artistic Director of the Arts & Education Center
  • OBSP Production Team Members (Stage Manager, Production Manager, Director, Choreographer, etc.)

Salary & Benefits

  • Starting salary $35,000 to $50,000
  • 1 week paid vacation, increasing over time of employment
  • Paid holidays off for most major holidays
  • Paid sick leave adhering to NJ state laws

The Levoy Theatre is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. The Levoy Theatre is an equal opportunity employer which does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual or affectational preference, gender identity or expression, religion, creed, ancestry or national origin, citizenship, age, disability, marital or domestic status, veteran status, atypical hereditary cellular or blood trait, or any


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