JOBS

Jobs at the Union County Performing Arts Center

Executive Director

Immediate Supervisor: Reports to President, Board of Trustees
Job Summary: The Executive Director is responsible for the day-to-day management and strategic oversight of the activities of the Union County Performing Arts Center. The Executive Director is at the vanguard of public relations networking within the local, theater, arts and funding communities on behalf of the UCPAC. The Executive Director manages the theater’s calendar and scheduling; supervises the Technical Director, House Manager, Marketing Director, Box Office Manager and Chief Financial Officer as well as various contractors and vendors; supervises all theater rentals, including scheduling, execution of rental agreements and settlement with renters; is responsible for oversight of all maintenance and repairs; and works with the Board of Trustees in all aspects of theater management. Duties and responsibilities include fundraising and program development as well as theater business management as well as additional duties as assigned by President of the Board of Trustees. Skills, Knowledge and Abilities: knowledge of professional practices, procedures and techniques of marketing, public relations, general retail sales and customer service practices as well as theater promotions. Bachelor’s Degree required; Master’s Degree preferred. Five-plus years of experience in the performing arts or concert industry, business and nonprofit and staff management, or the equivalent. Salary commensurate with experience.

Please send resumes to jobs@ucpac.org

Marketing Manager

Immediate Supervisor: Reports to the Executive Director
Job Summary: The Marketing Manager is responsible for planning and implementation for program promotion for maximum effectiveness. This position identifies goals; provides marketing information and commentary; implements and oversees courses of action and directives. Essential to this is the development seasonal and production specific marketing strategies for the upcoming year. They also maintain relationships with clients/renters by organizing and developing customer-programs; determining company presence at street fairs, trade associations, and seminars. This position influences present and future successfulness of productions by determining and evaluating current and future market trends; maintains marketing staff by training and counseling employees and develops the staff by providing information and growth opportunities. This position also creates a unified design theme for all co-productions and UCPAC in-house shows. Directs and oversees support staff and associates. Skills, Knowledge and Abilities: knowledge of professional practices, procedures and techniques of marketing and program promotion. Bachelor’s Degree required; Master’s Degree preferred. Three-plus years of experience in the performing arts marketing preferred. Salary commensurate with experience.

Please send resumes to jobs@ucpac.org

Our past ICONS are Kate Pentek (2014), Drew Cyburt (2015), Timothy Walton (2016), Taye McQueen (2017), Jared Milian (2018), Erica Nadera (2019), and Maleesa Lamatina (2020).