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TicketSauce, San Diego

Business Development Director

TicketSauce is an innovative, fast pace event management platform. We build the technology to allow organizations the ability to create, share, find and attend events.  Festivals, marathons, conferences, business events, concerts, venues, associations - you name it, we have created an event for it!  Our mission? Create branded events to generate more revenue and data for our clients.

The Team:
Our Business Development team are accomplished sales professionals with high standards of performance. As a Director of Business Development, you’ll work with new clients to add them into the TicketSauce platform. You will be responsible for selling prospects on our unique value proposition, and evangelizing our innovative and disruptive solution.

The Industry:
We have disrupted the event ticketing industry with our cutting edge platform. The opportunity is big and we are positioned to capture our share of the 7 billion dollar ticketing service fee business. We're looking for a start-up oriented candidates to bring their creative problem solving skills, excellent communication and competitive drive to the team.

The Job:
Ideal candidates have 6+ years of sales experience, with 3+ years having worked in the event ticketing industry. Candidates must have a growth-stage environment background, possess a convincing personality, a passion for winning, are detail oriented, are driven to raise the bar of success, and are eager to deliver compelling presentations to all levels within a prospect account.

 If you are ready for the opportunity to help increase sales, create product enhancements, and become an executive member of the team, we want to hear from you.

In this role you will:
• Drive new business based on your established relationships in the industry.
• Exceed quarterly/annual key performance metrics by selling TicketSauce solutions.
• Help drive development roadmap items based on prospect and customer feedback.
• Deliver a value based sales pitch to position TicketSauce as a strategic partner for prospective organizations
• Create, maintain, and develop a sales pipeline through a combination of cold and warm calling, email campaigns, and industry knowledge
• Manage the end to end sales process through engagement of appropriate resources such as Account Management, Finance, Marketing, Executives, etc.
• Develop industry related relationships and play a role in trade shows, conferences, etc.

• Maintain and update our CRM system with customer and pipeline data
• Conduct accurate deal forecasting and revenue delivery
• Close business with signed contracts

Skills:
• 6 years to 8+ years of experience in sales with a record of quota over-achievement
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Experience in the SaaS event ticketing industry
• Proven ability to execute on consultative sales methodology
• Firm understanding of how to identify target customers, evaluate buyer interest, recognize decision-making processes, handle objections, and close the business
• Experience with Salesforce, PowerPoint, Word, Google Drive and web based presentation technology
• Strong desire to work in an innovative and dynamic company
• Ability to multi-task and have a winning attitude.

Apply: HR@ticketsauce.com

Date posted: 6-21-17nk

Experience Columbia S.C.

Director of Engineering

Reports to: VP/GM, Convention Center

Position Summary:
The Engineering Director is responsible for maintaining ECSC property and structure, all mechanical, electrical, HVAC systems, lighting, phone, plumbing and related  equipment. The Engineering Director will be responsible for developing implementing and monitoring preventative maintenance programs and ensuring compliance with OSHA, fire and safety laws.

Essential Functions/Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for the management of engineering staff including hiring, evaluations, time approvals, development, and discipline.
  • Creates policy and procedures related to appropriate safety, maintenance and training for engineering staff and ECSC personnel.
  • Acting as safety coordinator for ECSC to include compliance with ECSC policies and procedures, OSHA, fire and safety laws, and ensuring all emergency  equipment and systems are tested and certified per standards.
  • Monitor departmental budget and prepare spending forecasts.
  • Maintains owners operating manuals and inventory on building equipment.
  • Develops organizational strategies by contributing engineering trends, analysis and recommendations for future opportunities.
  • Develops and implements preventative maintenance programs, technology updates and energy management.
  • Maintain ECSC property and structure, all mechanical, electrical, HVAC systems, lighting, phone plumbing, and related equipment, in addition to providing up to date maintenance records and inventory on building equipment and building schematics.
  • All other duties as assigned.


Skills:

  • Prior studies or current certification in related field of Engineering, Electrical, HVAC and Building Services is preferred.
  • Must be computer proficient and possess strong knowledge of computer network theory and operation.
  • Good communication skills are required.
  • Current and forward planning a must.
  • Must be able to problem solve and have the ability to develop and recommend solutions.
  • Must be able to interact with people from various backgrounds.
  • Must have a valid SC Driver’s License.


Education/Qualifications Required:

  • Must have HVAC, Plumbing, Electrical, Grounds keeping, Refrigeration and interior and exterior finishes knowledge.
  • Must have remodeling experience or any equivalent combination of training and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.
  • Minimum of 5 years of experience at a Management level.
  • Must have experience procuring, negotiating and management of outside vendors or contractors/ sub-contractors.

Please submit both a resume and cover letter to Tiffany Harley, Human Resources Director at tharley@experiencecolumbiasc.com

Date posted: 6-19-17

Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, Dallas

Chief Development Officer

Position
The Chief Development Officer (CDO) will have an exciting and rewarding opportunity to chart the next phase of philanthropic growth for Bethel Woods. Reporting to and partnering with the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), the CDO also works closely with the board of trustees to engage in the identification, cultivation, and solicitation of major donors and leveraging the potential for significant gifts. As an integral member of the senior management team, the CDO plays an active role as a thought-partner in planning for the organization’s overall advancement.

The CDO is charged with conceptualizing and implementing a plan to grow Bethel Woods’ philanthropic support and donor base, including participation in the development of plans for the celebration of the 50th anniversary of Woodstock in 2019. The CDO will be responsible for developing and establishing strong relationships with all segments of the community. The CDO will manage a team of seven full-time staff whose responsibilities include major gifts, membership, annual fund, foundation grant writing, corporate sponsorship, special events, research, and database administration.

Roles and Responsibilities
Fundraising Management

  • Oversee the development department, including individual, institutional, membership, and special events, and supervise the development staff by setting clear expectations, motivating the team, and assisting with their professional development.
  • Proactively support the board, development committee, and CEO to drive fundraising activity and personal engagement with top prospects.
  • Work with the CEO and board of trustees to develop and implement long- and short-term strategies for fundraising.
  • Provide leadership to the development department with a focus on the expansion of the donor base and major gifts.
  • Maintain a personal portfolio of donors, cultivating and soliciting major gifts for the annual fund, special events, capital projects, and special programs.
  • Develop, cultivate, and enhance Bethel Woods’ relationships in the community.
  • Establish solicitation priorities, manage prospect lists and research, and develop and execute targeted cultivation plans and solicitation strategies for a range of prospects.

Departmental Strategic Planning and Operational Effectiveness

  • Create, implement, and manage a strategic development plan designed to significantly increase contributed revenue from current levels of approximately $2.6 to $2.7 million annually.
  • Guide and mentor the development team’s successful achievement of contributed revenue goals for individual, corporate, foundation, and government funding and special events, with a personal emphasis on identifying, cultivating, and securing new sources of funding.
  • Ensure that the department adheres to long-term strategic and operational plan goals, coordinating and presenting regular progress reports to the CEO and board as needed.
  • Manage the department’s staffing needs, including interviewing, hiring, evaluating, and mentoring team members.

Administration and Oversight

  • Direct all aspects of membership and patron benefits program, including stewardship, special events, cultivation, benefits fulfillment, daily donor interaction, and volunteer management.
  • Prepare and monitor revenue and expense budgets; provide accurate reporting, analysis, and integration of data; and oversee the maintenance and integrity of membership, donor, and prospect records.
  • Develop partnerships with all key departments to support annual giving programs, sponsorships, special projects, and events and create customized donor stewardship and recognition opportunities to support expanded fundraising activities.
  • Lead and mentor the development staff in utilizing available data to analyze and document fundraising needs and opportunities.
  • Assess current technology and refine development practices to ensure maximum efficiency and results.

Traits and Characteristics
The successful CDO will be a proactive and collaborative leader, skilled fundraiser, and an experienced manager with the vision to think big, pursuing Bethel Woods’ ambitious goals with creativity and determination. This individual must possess superlative interpersonal and communication skills and articulate compelling messages for support, both verbally and in writing. The CDO will be self-sufficient and self-managed with a highly organized approach and the ability to achieve organizational objectives. This key member of the senior management team should enjoy working collaboratively with staff, volunteers, donors, and prospective supporters. The CDO should possess the leadership skills to effectively build consensus with a sense of immediacy in achieving significant fundraising goals as well as an appreciation of the teamwork required to succeed organizationally. This individual will bring an affinity for Bethel Woods’ mission and a passion to positively impact the organization’s long-term success, complemented by highly-developed skills and an efficient, best practices approach.

Other key competencies include the following:

  • Personal Accountability – Accepts responsibility for actions and outcomes of development and development-communication efforts. Inspires others, builds trust, and demonstrates loyalty while acknowledging one’s own responsibility to be accountable for personal actions and professional decisions.
  • Customer Focus and Interpersonal Skills – A commitment to customer satisfaction with a high value on multiple stakeholder needs and the ability to anticipate challenges and develop appropriate solutions. Builds rapport and relates well to all kinds of people regardless of cultural differences.
  • Planning and Organizing – Works within established timeframes and ascertains top priorities for optimum productivity with procedures, processes, and systems that result in order, accuracy, and efficiency.
  • Goal Achievement – Establishes goals that are relevant and attainable and initiates activity without delay.
  • Leadership – Organizes and motivates others to accomplish goals while creating a sense of order, direction, and active participation among a variety of stakeholders.
  • Presenting – Communicates persuasively and effectively to groups of all sizes through presentations, discussions, remarks, and written communications.

Qualifications
A bachelor’s degree, a minimum of seven years of experience with increasing responsibility, and proven success in a fundraising leadership role, ideally with an arts, humanities, or education focus, are required. A strong track record in the identification, cultivation, and solicitation of donors and potential donors at all levels, particularly major gifts donors, and the ability to develop budgets and staff teams are necessary. Candidates must be highly self-motivated, metrics-driven, and goal-oriented. Superior presentation and written and verbal communication skills are required. Experience working with boards and high-level volunteers is essential. Candidates must possess a flexible and adaptable style to positively impact both strategic and tactical fundraising initiatives. This individual must exhibit a passion for understanding the influence of the arts and humanities in empowering others to realize their potential and for inspiring stakeholders to invest in the future of Bethel Woods and the economic and cultural vibrancy of the region. Strong computer skills, including Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), donor database software, traditional, electronic, and social media, and use of advanced tools for donor prospecting and research are necessary.

Compensation and Benefits
Excellent compensation and benefits include health and dental insurance, matching 401(k) plan, vacation, and a quality work life in Sullivan County with frequent access to its natural wonders and the unique, creative environment of Bethel Woods. The office facility houses a fitness area and full menu cafeteria.

Applications and Inquiries
Please submit a letter and resume (electronic submissions preferred) with a summary of demonstrable accomplishments to:

Ms. Elisabeth B. Galley
Senior Vice President

2807 Allen Street, Suite 324
Dallas, TX 75204-4062
Tel        (888) 234.4236 Ext. 209
Fax       (888) 284.6651
Email:   bethelwoods@ArtsConsulting.com

Date posted: 6-14-17

Fort Worth (Texas) Symphony Orchestra

Vice President of Development

Position
An accomplished professional fundraiser and exemplary leader, the Vice President of Development (VPD) will direct all philanthropic giving for the FWSO. The VPD will be a strategic thinker with the skills to move a growing fundraising program forward and to achieve the goals set forth by the President and board. Reporting to the President, the VPD will create and execute plans for maximizing contributed revenues. Growing annual giving, major gifts, institutional giving, and endowment are central to the position. This individual will also lead a campaign to raise new endowment funds over the next three years and will bring highly innovative tactics to all aspects of fundraising efforts. The VPD will be results-driven, self-motivated, and relentlessly focused on fundraising goals. This individual will partner with and mobilize the President and board members to maximize development opportunities and will lead and mentor a four-member development team, including an Annual Fund Manager, Development Coordinator, Special Events Coordinator; and Institutional Giving Manager.

Roles and Responsibilities
Fundraising

  • Collaborate with the President and board to develop and implement long- and short-term fundraising strategies.
  • Direct all aspects of donor programs, including stewardship, special events, cultivation, benefits fulfillment, daily donor interaction, and volunteer management.
  • Create, implement, and manage an endowment campaign designed to significantly increase contributed revenue and to meet the endowment goal.
  • Mobilize the President and board to get in front of top prospects and proactively engage in fundraising activity to reach endowment goal.
  • Cultivate existing donors for ongoing support while seeking new prospects to ensure a robust and diversified funding base.
  • Engage and involve individual donors, recognizing the uniqueness of the Fort Worth philanthropic community.
  • Establish solicitation priorities, manage prospect lists and research, and develop and execute targeted cultivation plans and solicitation strategies for a range of prospects.
  • Maintain and expand a portfolio of donors, cultivating and soliciting major gifts for the annual fund, planned giving, special events, capital campaign, and endowment programs.
  • Develop, cultivate, and enhance the FWSO’s relationships in the community with warmth and charisma.
  • Oversee the planning and execution of two major annual fundraiser galas.

Departmental Management and Operational Effectiveness

  • Manage and mentor the department staff by setting clear expectations, motivating the team, assisting with their professional development, and maintaining the highest level of professionalism.
  • Provide leadership to a changing and growing department.
  • Ensure that the development department adheres to long-term strategic and operational plan goals, coordinating and presenting regular progress reports.

Administration and Oversight

  • Prepare and monitor revenue and expense budgets, provide accurate reporting, analysis, and integration of data, and oversee the maintenance and integrity of patron, donor, and prospect records.
  • Develop promotional partnerships with the marketing department for supporting annual giving programs, sponsorships, campaigns, special projects, and events, and create customized donor stewardship and recognition opportunities to support expanded fundraising activities.
  • Assess current technology and refine development practices to ensure maximum efficiency and results, utilizing data to analyze and document fundraising needs and opportunities.

Traits and Characteristics
This leader will be customer-focused within a demanding and changing environment. The successful candidate will possess persuasive interpersonal and communication skills as well as the ability to articulate impactful messages with enthusiasm and charisma. The VPD will effectively build consensus with a sense of immediacy in achieving fundraising goals. This individual must exhibit diplomacy, discretion, and a deep respect and understanding of donor and board relations.

Other key competencies include the following:

  • Goal Achievement – Establishes goals that are relevant and attainable and initiates activity without delay.
  • Customer Focus – Commits to customer satisfaction with a high value on multiple stakeholder needs, anticipates challenges, and develops appropriate solution.
  • Leadership – Achieves extraordinary results by being decisive, flexible, and inclusive.
  • Personal Accountability – Accepts responsibility for the consequences of actions and maintains personal commitment to objectives regardless of the success or failure of those personal decisions.

Qualifications
Qualified applicants will have a bachelor’s degree in a relevant field, five to seven years of experience with increasing responsibility, and proven success in a nonprofit fundraising leadership role. The successful candidate will have a strong track record in raising funds from a variety of sources, including the cultivation of gifts from individuals, government/public entities, foundations, and corporations. Experience in raising six and seven-figure gifts in a campaign environment is highly desirable. Superior written and verbal communication skills that can reach a broad range of individuals and organizations are required. Applicants must have experience working with boards and high-level volunteers as well as a flexible style to positively impact both strategic and tactical fundraising initiatives. This individual should possess a positive attitude and the ability to lead and mentor staff. A passion for classical music and an understanding of the region’s fundraising landscape are essential. This role requires a communicative and confident professional who brings creativity and energy to the position.

Compensation and Benefits
The FWSO provides a competitive salary and benefits package including a comprehensive health plan and generous paid time off.

Applications and Inquiries
Please submit a letter and resume (electronic submissions preferred) with a summary of demonstrable accomplishments to:

Ms. Jenna Deja
Vice President

201 West Lake Street, Suite 133
Chicago, IL 60606-1803
Tel        (888) 234.4236 Ext. 227
Fax       (888) 284.6651
E-mail:  FWSO@ArtsConsulting.com

Date posted: 6-14-17nk

Merrimack Repertory Theatre, Lowell, Mass.

Executive Director

Position
The Executive Director (ED) of MRT will be a results-oriented leader, responsible for supervising all aspects of the organization’s managerial operations, fundraising, public visibility, and strategic business planning. The ED will have strong financial acumen and possess the skills to help raise MRT’s profile, enabling major fundraising efforts to support annual operations and strategic initiatives. This individual will value teamwork, integrity, innovation, and professionalism. The successful candidate will be a collaborative and forward-looking leader, able to identify new initiatives, partnerships, and opportunities to further enhance MRT’s success. The ED will promote a culture of compassion and creativity with the staff, board, and community partners, embracing diversity and cross-cultural understanding. The ability to mentor staff and mobilize the board is essential. The ED will be an open, communicative, and confident professional who brings creativity, vision, and energy to the position. This individual will have the development experience necessary to lead and engage a wide cross-section of stakeholders in all fundraising areas. The ED and the Artistic Director are both responsible for the leadership of the organization and both report to the Board of Trustees. It is critical that the ED have a desire to work closely and collaboratively with the Artistic Director.

Roles and Responsibilities
Vision, Strategy, and Leadership

  • Embody and provide positive and collaborative leadership to the board and staff.
  • Partner with the Artistic Director in the activities of the organization.
  • Lead the coordination in the development of the overall annual budget.
  • Develop an organizational culture that supports a cohesive, creative, and productive staff.
  • Manage the use of capital and operating funds and identify needs for facilities, equipment, and management.
  • Lead an inclusive strategic planning process, working with the Artistic Director, board, staff, and community stakeholders to develop a visionary plan for programming, instructional, and performance opportunities.
  • Cultivate an organization with the highest ethical standards.
  • Interview, hire, and mentor staff, assign work, and provide performance appraisals on a regular basis.
  • Participate in industry meetings and organizations to share and implement current best practices and business standards.

Fundraising

  • Direct MRT’s fundraising strategies and provide organizational leadership in all aspects of development.
  • Have strong development leadership skills and an ability to inspire and engage stakeholders and the community to support positive fundraising efforts for MRT.
  • Collaborate with the board to develop short- and long-term goals and strategies around all areas of contributed revenue.
  • Mobilize the board to get in front of top prospects and proactively engage in fundraising activity.
  • Identify and establish key relationships with potential funders and donors to facilitate the development of new and renewed sources of contributed support.
  • Supervise all grant-making activities, re-examine the current grant structure and formula, work with the staff to develop more opportunities, and manage the grant-making process.
  • Coach and mentor the development staff.

Organizational Management

  • Oversee all daily operations of MRT to ensure the organization runs smoothly.
  • Ensure that organizational policies, systems controls, and procedures are in place, adhered to, and regularly reviewed for effectiveness.
  • Work with the Director of Finance to ensure transparency and accuracy in all financial reporting.
  • Direct the use of capital and operating funds and identify needs for facilities, equipment, and management.
  • Ensure the timely preparation of the budget in consultation with the board treasurer, Director of Finance, and senior staff.
  • Review all business contracts and agreements, ensuring accurate preparation and execution.
  • Evaluate technology needs and collaborate with staff to find the best systems to support MRT.

Marketing, Community Engagement, and Audience Development

  • Promote the highest levels of customer service and community engagement.
  • Engage with the marketing staff to maximize earned income from programs and ancillary activities.
  • Guide marketing, branding, and public relations to achieve earned income goals while enhancing MRT’s brand awareness.
  • Develop partnership agreements with community organizations and key media.

Board and Governance

  • Monitor and report to the board on the performance of the budget and all financial matters.
  • Communicate and establish a strong working relationship with the board, encouraging all members to be active participants across the organization.
  • Assist in board prospect identification, cultivation, and recruitment and utilize board committees as an opportunity for future board member development.
  • Utilize industry standards and engage board members to implement best practices and structures.
  • Provide support to best employ the talents and resources of the board and work closely with board members to ensure strong fiscal health and effective governance.

Traits and Characteristics
The ED will be a dynamic, people-oriented leader who sees the big picture and values frequent interaction with internal and external stakeholders. This individual will be versatile and able to rapidly adapt to changing priorities while maintaining a positive and friendly demeanor. With an ongoing commitment to learning, the successful candidate will inspire the development of a long-term vision with achievable goals and a practical, executable strategy. The selected individual will bring energy, tenacity, passion for arts and culture, and a can-do attitude.

Other key competencies include the following:

  • Customer Focus – Commits to customer satisfaction with a high value on multiple stakeholder needs, anticipates challenges, and develops appropriate solutions.
  • Planning and Organizing – Works within established time frames and ascertains top priorities for optimum productivity with procedures, processes, and systems that result in order, accuracy, and efficiency.
  • Goal Achievement – Establishes goals that are relevant and attainable and initiates activity without delay.
  • Personal Accountability – Accepts responsibility for the consequences of actions and maintains personal commitment to objectives regardless of the success or failure of those personal decisions.

Qualifications
Qualified applicants must have a bachelor’s degree, master’s degree preferred, plus a minimum of five to seven years in increasing responsibility in a senior management role. Expertise in operations, strategic fundraising, and financial management is required. A successful track record in best practices within the nonprofit field and a high level of leadership experience is expected. The successful candidate should have a passion for the arts with an emphasis on theatre as well as enthusiasm for producing new work.

Compensation and Benefits
MRT provides competitive salary and benefits, including medical insurance (group health and flexible spending/health saving account options), dental insurance, paid time off, non-contributory 403(b) retirement plan, and the quality of life that New England offers.

Applications and Inquiries
Please submit a letter and resume (electronic submissions preferred) with a summary of demonstrable accomplishments to:

Ms. Jenna Deja
Vice President

201 West Lake Street, Suite 133
Chicago, IL 60606-1803
Tel         (888) 234.4236 Ext. 227
Fax        (888) 284.6651
E-mail:  MRT@ArtsConsulting.com

Date posted: 6-14-17

Cape Arts & Entertainment, Cape Cod, Mass.

President & CEO

Position
CA&E’s next President & CEO will be an experienced, entrepreneurial visionary and a team leader who will work with the board to complete and implement its future and strategic plans for CA&E as a unified and synergistic organization. This individual will marshal the funds, expertise, and influence to lead, create cohesion, and develop a high-performing culture within this vital organization, which has grown steadily in revenue and personnel over the past ten years. The President & CEO will also work closely with OSPAC, lending expertise and prominence to help transform this important dream into reality.

Leading a senior team of 18 professional staff members across the organization, the President & CEO will exhibit special strengths in management, fundraising, marketing, team building, and communication. This individual will have a strong work ethic, a consensus-building can-do attitude, and a passion for music, education, and the arts.

Roles and Responsibilities
Leadership, Outreach, and Community Relations

  • Inspire staff, board, and all CA&E stakeholders and embody visionary leadership.
  • Align CA&E’s mission in all areas of the organization and within the community.
  • Develop a multi-year strategic plan in conjunction with the board of trustees and assume joint responsibility for its implementation, regularly reporting progress toward goals.
  • Serve as a proactive manager and motivator for all staff and volunteers within the Cape Symphony and Conservatory, ensuring unique issues are heard while unified priorities are executed.
  • Create a positive working environment that encourages communication and collaborations across geographic and structural boundaries.
  • Determine priorities that direct the use of operating and capital funds and deployment of institutional resources.
  • Communicate institutional plans and strategies both internally and externally to build commitment and support of CA&E’s mission and OSPAC’s future vision.
  • Ensure the development, monitoring, and reporting of all annual operational work plans.

External Affairs and Revenue Enhancement 

  • Serve as the chief fundraiser for CA&E and work to strengthen the institutional brand.
  • Convey the Cape Symphony and Conservatory’s mission and message throughout the Cape and the Islands.
  • Build strong relationships with a broad range of constituents to support the ongoing work as well as the development of innovative partnerships and programs.
  • Lead a comprehensive fundraising strategy, working with the Development Manager and board to ensure the realization of earned and contributed revenue goals.
  • Raise the profile of the organization through participation in regional, statewide, and national industry initiatives.
  • Cultivate existing donors for ongoing support while seeking opportunities to engage new donors in programs.
  • Expand and grow relationships with business, educational, regional, and civic partners.
  • Collaborate with internal stakeholders to develop brand unity and structure and explore new approaches toward audience development.

Governance

  • Establish a strong working relationship with the board to support their work as advocates for the organization.
  • Regularly and proactively communicate with board members and ensure the preparation of timely written and oral reports for presentation to the board.
  • Ensure the timely preparation of the budget in consultation with the board treasurer, finance committee, and senior staff.

Traits and Characteristics
The President & CEO will be an inspirational leader and experienced teambuilder. This individual will be committed to developing a culture of customer service and will value frequent interactions with a diverse range of community stakeholders and potential partners. The President & CEO will be adaptable to frequent change and comfortable juggling multiple projects and priorities within a demanding environment. The President & CEO will effectively follow through on all activities and will appreciate the skill, experience, and input of others in formulating plans and achieving successful outcomes. This individual will have a friendly, outgoing personality and a sense of humor.

Other key competencies include the following:

  • Self-Management and Personal Accountability – Prioritizes and completes tasks necessary to meet or exceed the mutually agreed upon expectations and assumes accountability for personal actions.
  • Leadership – Organizes and motivates others to accomplish goals while creating a sense of order, direction, and active participation among a variety of stakeholders.
  • Interpersonal Skills – Builds rapport and demonstrates a sincere interest in others. Effectively communicates and relates well to all kinds of people.

Qualifications
A successful track record in financial management, complex organizational structures, and project management is needed. Experience in fundraising, planning, consensus leadership, and team building is essential. This individual will have a minimum of seven to ten years of relevant business experience and a bachelor’s degree. A master’s degree is preferred. Successful candidates will demonstrate a passion for the importance of music, the arts, and education and a willingness to invest in the community. The President & CEO will be expected to live on Cape Cod and be a visible presence in the community.

Compensation and Benefits
Competitive salary is commensurate with experience. Benefits include medical, dental, and vision insurance, paid time off, participation in a 403(b)-retirement plan, and the quality of life found in the Cape Cod community.

Applications and Inquiries
Please submit a letter and resume (electronic submissions preferred) with a summary of demonstrable accomplishments to:

Mr. Bruce D. Thibodeau, DBA
President

292 Newbury Street, Suite 315
Boston, MA 02115-2801
Tel        (888) 234.4236 Ext. 201
Fax       (888) 284.6651
E-mail:  CapeArts@ArtsConsulting.com

Date posted: 6-14-17

University of North Carolina (Winston-Salem) School of the Arts

Managing Director, Performance Facilities

Position
Leading the newly formed Performance Facilities Department, which combines Stevens Center and Campus Performance Facilities, the Managing Director, Performance Facilities (MDPF) will first and foremost be an advocate for the students, faculty, staff, and audiences served by UNCSA. The MDPF will be a results-oriented leader who will provide oversight of performance facilities, including master planning and implementation processes. Reporting to the Provost, the MDPF will collaborate with the Deans and Academic Affairs to develop mutually agreeable scheduling, planning, and implementation solutions while advocating for external partners and other stakeholders who utilize UNCSA performance facilities. The scope of responsibility in this position will include creating streamlined processes and systems for managing; centralizing facility schedules; providing staff leadership; guiding short- and long-term logistical planning; and cultivating integrated audience, university, student, and community relationships for all UNCSA performance facilities. The MDPF will oversee the Alex Ewing Performance Place renovation, which is scheduled to begin in 2018, and participate in the ongoing institutional master planning process related to future Stevens Center revitalization and the continuing improvement of UNCSA performance facilities. In collaboration with the Provost, the MDPF will manage relationships with external strategic partners, including but not limited to Piedmont Opera, National Black Theatre Festival, and the Winston-Salem Symphony.

Roles & Responsibilities
Strategic Planning and Operational Effectiveness

  • Create and execute effective and efficient management and operations of mixed-use performance, rehearsal, and classroom facilities.
  • Oversee the annual development of an institutional-wide, multi-year master calendar for all performance
  • Develop a relocation plan for Alex Ewing Performance Place facilities, and any others in the future, prior to renovation.
  • Ensure economies of scale in performance facility equipment purchases, usage, and upgrades across facilities.
  • Monitor and evaluate the effectiveness and efficiency of management and operational processes and develop new and revised methods and procedures, as appropriate.

Executive Administration and Management

  • Supervise Stevens Center and Campus Performance Facilities management and their respective production support and operations teams.
  • Analyze the new department’s structure, roles, and responsibilities, and recommend changes to increase efficiency and effectiveness.
  • Administer contract negotiations and fulfillment for external partner rentals, visiting artist performances, and public guest lecturer activities.
  • Oversee management of ticketing systems, front-of-house staff, student workers, and volunteers, as appropriate.
  • Develop, implement, and manage department budgets; forecast additional funds needed for staffing, equipment, materials and supplies; find economies of scale between schools and venues; and implement adjustments as necessary.
  • Research and develop opportunities for shared inventory, services, and resources among venues to create impactful efficiencies.

Facility Operations, Planning, and Management

  • Collaborate with facilities management (i.e. housekeeping, maintenance, and grounds) to ensure that performance facilities receive appropriate support, especially during peak operations.
  • Communicate regularly with faculty and staff to ensure timely response to venue scheduling deadlines and technical needs.
  • Partner with Design and Production (D&P) Dean and faculty to clarify academic, rehearsal, and performance facility needs to ensure that facilities are prepared and maintained for use.
  • Collaborate with D&P Dean and faculty to ensure students use appropriate safety measures to comply with and enforce building and fire codes.
  • In consultation with the Provost, provide priority for academic venue requests and usage while fulfilling and reviewing for approval the rental requests from strategic partners and for other non-academic purposes.
  • Communicate with information technology (IT) department to ensure academic audio visual technologies are in proper working order.

Leadership and Quality Control

  • Create a balanced, team-oriented working environment for the students, faculty, and staff founded on collective responsibility, creativity, and accountability.
  • Build and implement innovative policies and procedures that elevate service and support to students, faculty, external partners, and audiences.
  • Develop, maintain, and foster positive relationships between key UNCSA stakeholders and the community.
  • Verify that projects are managed in compliance with University codes, ordinances, regulations, laws, and other requirements.
  • Establish regular and recurring interaction with all Deans to ensure that their venue related goals are understood, planned, and achieved.
  • Ensure that all events comply with security and safety policies.

Traits & Characteristics
The MDPF will be a result-oriented leader with the ability to anticipate and solve complex problems and will possess effective people skills to work collaboratively with faculty, staff, students, and stakeholders. Inquisitive and decisive, the MDPF will be a clear communicator, practical thinker, and active listener. The selected individual will be able to work in a fast-paced environment in prioritizing tasks and responding to the needs of others. Critical thinking, tenacity, and resiliency are all important traits of the MDPF. Motivated by knowledge, research, and the traditions inherent in effective structures, rules, and policies, the MDPF will have high aesthetic values and complete commitment to arts education as an unwavering priority.

Other key competencies of the MDPF include the following:

  • Planning and Organization – The capacity to work within established time frames and ascertain top priorities for optimum productivity with procedures, processes, and systems that result in order, accuracy, and efficiency.
  • Customer Focus – A commitment to customer satisfaction with a high value on multiple stakeholder needs and the ability to anticipate challenges and develop appropriate solutions.
  • Problem Solving and Decision Making – The dexterity to make informed and collaborative decisions in a timely manner while evaluating the consequences of decisions; acting decisively despite obstacles, resistance, or opposition; and accepting consequences for decisions.
  • Leadership – The ability to organize and motivate others to accomplish goals while creating a sense of order, direction, and active participation among a variety of stakeholders.
  • Self-Management and Personal Accountability – The competence to prioritize and complete tasks necessary to meet mutually agreed upon expectations and assume responsibility for professional actions.

Qualifications
A bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience is required, as well as a minimum of five to seven years of senior management experience, ideally with significant background in planning, management, and operations of performing arts facilities. International Association of Venue Managers or Certified Facilities Executive training is preferred but not required. Excellent organizational, management, and oral and written communication skills are needed. A mastery of standard computer applications, including calendar, database, spreadsheet, word processing, and presentation systems is essential. A positive attitude and good humor in working in a fast paced, multi-venue environment is indispensable.

Compensation & Benefits
The University of North Carolina offers a flexible and comprehensive package of benefits, along with valuable work and family programs. These programs can help employees attain their retirement savings and career goals as well as help meet every day needs. Programs are designed to allow employees to tailor a benefits package that best meets their unique needs.

Applications & Inquiries
Please submit a letter and resume (electronic submissions preferred) with a summary of demonstrable accomplishments to:

Ms. Jenna Deja
Vice President

201 West Lake Street, Suite 133
Chicago, IL 60606-1803
Tel        (888) 234.4236 Ext. 227
Fax       (888) 284.6651
Email:   UNCSA@ArtsConsulting.com

Date posted: 6-14-17

MotorCity Casino, Detroit

Theater Event Staff

Job Description:
• Ensure every person entering the Theater has a ticket for the correct show, date and time.
• Greet guests with a smile and a welcome greeting.
• Responsible for seating guests in the correct row and seat.
• Responsible for taking tickets.
• Responsible for clearing assigned aisle when show has ended.
• Assist/Direct questions.
• Performs other duties as assigned.

Job Requirements:
• One to three months related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

Qualified candidates, please apply online at:
www.motorcitycasino.com

Date posted: 6-12-17

MotorCity Casino, Detroit

Box Office Supervisor

Job Description:
Responsible for operations of the box office including customer service, accounting for tickets for all applicable events, analyzing and preparing box office reports, schedule and supervise supporting staff.  Perform all functions and special assignments given by department management.                           
• Supervise associates daily activities; assist to improve performance and customer service.
• Able to effectively address and resolve customer service issues to maintain and promote good public relations.
• Prepare staff schedules and assigned special reports.
• Implement box office policy and procedures.

Job Requirements:
• One year related box office supervisory and Ticketmaster experience required.
• Must be able to work Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 2pm - 9pm; and Saturdays from 2pm-10:30pm.

Qualified applicants, please apply online:
www.motorcitycasino.com

Date posted: 6-12-17

Mahaffey Theater/Big3 Entertainment, St. Petersburg, Fla.

Director of Marketing

POSITION SUMMARY: The Director of Marketing is responsible for developing, implementing, and directing all aspects of marketing strategy, both short and long range, for The Mahaffey Theater, Al Lang Stadium, and for events promoted by Big3 Entertainment or its subsidiaries at other venues. Marketing aspects include facility marketing, event marketing, strategic marketing, public relations, community relations outreach, and promotional development. The Director of Marketing also works directly with facility partners such as tenants, promoters, and sponsors to make sure all their needs are met.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Directs the public relations image of the facility. Establishes and maintains relationships with media, industry influencers and key community and strategic partners. Acts as facility spokesperson and liaison with the general public.
• Develops and implements an advertising and publicity campaign to create local, regional and national awareness of the facility.
• Develops, implements, and supervises complete marketing strategies for events to include all available services: group sales, public relations, media planning & buying, social media, promotional development, partnership development, non-profit opportunities, etc.
• Operates the marketing department with a conscious commitment to maximum exposure for the facility and its events, through the most effective and efficient means possible.
• Develops marketing materials and procedures to allow the department to function effectively as an in-house advertising agency. Consults with outside agencies when needed.
• Manages all communications efforts including website updates, emails, text messages, social media posts and press releases.
• Develops and maintains websites and social media channels for Mahaffey Theater and Al Lang Stadium.
• Aggressively seeks new contacts and maintains working relationships with all media representatives, civic and industry organizations, corporate promotional contacts and event and booking representatives.
• Explores new avenues of revenue(s) for the facility.
• Remains current on national trends in the industry & local market changes to best serve each facility.
• Directly supervises Marketing and Public Relations staff.
• Works in tandem with the booking staff on announcements and on-sales to maximize event exposure.
• Manages the marketing department staff, including interviewing, hiring and training employees; planning, assigning and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees.
• Acts as Director on Duty as needed for events.
• Performs other duties as assigned by General Manager.

QUALIFICATIONS:
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each major responsibility satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.
• Minimum of Bachelor's Degree in Marketing, Communications, or Sports/ Entertainment Management.
• Minimum of 5 years marketing experience preferred.
• Prior entertainment industry experience preferred.
• Prior Tessitura knowledge preferred.
• Proven ability to build relationships and network; excellent customer service skills.
• Ability to interact with media and maintain positive relationships with the public, business, and vendor community.
• Detail oriented with excellent organizational skills.
• Excellent written and verbal skills.
• Excellent interpersonal skills.
• Strong work ethic.
• Creative and proactive problem solver.
• Must be able to work flexible hours including nights, weekends and selected holidays.

About Big3 Entertainment:
Big3 Entertainment Group is the parent company of Big3 Records, Big3 Studios, and Bill Edwards Presents, Inc.

Encompassing a full spectrum of services including recording, music delivery, venue management, live event promotion and production, Big3 Entertainment Group is a team of experienced and hands on industry veterans whose passion for the music business parallels that of its Chairman and CEO Bill Edwards.

Big3 Entertainment Group is based in St. Petersburg, Florida.

To apply:
Submit resume, cover letter and salary requirements to jobs@themahaffey.com.

No relocation is offered.

Date posted: 6-12-17

City Winery, Atlanta

Box Office Manager

Company Overview

We are a unique facility, combining a fully functioning winery with intimate concerts, food & wine classes, private events in a variety of configurations, and fine dining. We have created a compelling mix of entertainment for our sophisticated clientele of foodies and active cultural patrons by bringing the wine country experience to the middle of a city.

Box Office Manager

City Winery Box Office Managers are a careful blend of hospitality driven, admin savvy, organized individuals who lead a concierge team that coordinates and communicates with all departments and guests. Box Office Managers, with their strong attention to detail, ensure guests have a great City Winery experience before they even step foot through our doors.

Their communication skills are imperative to a smooth operation by managing guest expectations. Box Office Managers create events for our web based ticketing system, reconcile ticket sales, provide general oversight of box office functions and staff, hiring and scheduling staff, coordination and communication between departments, and quality control of customer service and hospitality.

The Requirements:

  • Strong hospitality and customer service intuition and experience
  • Minimum 2 years experience managing in either a customer service or hospitality setting
  • Previous Box Office Management or restaurant management a plus, but not required
  • Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree preferred
  • Ability to retain training on use of unique ticketing system for flawless execution of various events resulting in quality website listings
  • Some HTML experience a plus
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Excel
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills are necessary as is proficiency in grammar and use of the English language
  • Some night and weekends may be required as programming schedule dictates.
  • Love of live music a plus

To apply, please send cover letter and resume to williamb@citywinery.com

Date posted: 6-12-17

RiverCenter for the Performing Arts, Columbus, Ga.

Director of Marketing

The Position:
This is a senior-level position, reporting to the Executive  Director. The Marketing Director oversees the marketing for RiverCenter through the planning, development, and implementation of the marketing, advertising, promotion, and public relations and helps establish organization wide policy with regards to marketing and promotion.

Leadership & Management Duties
• Supervises other staff as assigned and makes recommendations which are given particular weight regarding the hiring, firing, advancement, promotion, and other changes of status of those supervised.
• Ensures productive and maximum utilization of the facilities of RiverCenter by planning and directing annual and seasonal marketing/advertising campaigns targeted towards selling subscriptions, group sales, and individual tickets.
• Developing and initiating publicity and public relations campaigns, marketing plans, and related materials for RiverCenter and its various programs that inform many communities about the programs sponsored by RiverCenter.
• Overseeing the preparation of printed program books, membership brochures and various other program related materials for multiple media outlets.
• Coordinating advertising through the preparation and placing of various media advertisements and managing significant media trade agreements.
• Serving as editor for the RiverCenter newsletter.
• Work with other RiverCenter departments to maximize marketing through the Box Office, volunteers, Trustees and educational opportunities. Oversees the RiverCenter Box Office as a sales unit of the organization.
• Remains competent and current through self-directed professional reading, developing professional contacts with colleagues, attending professional development courses, and attending training and/or courses as directed by the Executive Director.
• Contributes to the overall success of the RiverCenter for the Performing Arts by performing all other duties and responsibilities as assigned.

RiverCenter’s annual budget is approximately $2.4 million. 

Qualifications:
Bachelor's degree with an emphasis in Marketing or an Arts discipline is required, and a Master's degree in similar disciplines is preferred. Five years of professional employment in marketing, the arts, and/or a related field is necessary. A thorough knowledge of telemarketing, promotions, advertising, print and electronic media, audience development are required. An understanding of the performing arts is strongly preferred. Extensive business experience dealing with customers and/or employees on a one-on-one basis; experience with nonprofit organization is highly desirable.  Education and experience may be substituted for one another.

Salary is competitive with similar jobs at other local not for profit organization. experience and qualifications with access to all benefits offered to RiverCenter’s full-time employees.  Evaluation of the development director’s job effectiveness and potential for salary increase will be closely tied to the meeting or exceeding of the development targets.
 
Application Process:
Interested candidates are invited to submit a cover letter and resume with a list of references and salary requirements in confidence to:

Margaret Genovese
Genovese, Vanderhoof & Associates
77 Carlton Street, Suite 1103
Toronto, Ontario
Canada M5B 2J7
gvasearch@gmail.com

For additional information: www.rivercenter.orgwww.columbusga.com
Full posting at http://genovesevanderhoof.com/opportunities/marketing-director/

Deadline for applications:  Friday, July 7, 2017

Date posted:6-5-17

RiverCenter for the Performing Arts, Columbus, Ga.

Development Director

The Position:
This is a senior-level position, reporting to the Executive  Director and working closely with the Board of Trustees.  The Development Director is responsible for an annual fund-raising target of $750,000 and directs the annual fund campaign, secures annual show sponsorships,  writes grants, leads planned-giving activities,  organizes special fund-raising projects, and engages in additional related activities. 

We seek someone with demonstrated leadership in annual fund drives and experience in working with development staff and boards of trustees to plan and implement fund-raising goals, objectives, and policies. 

RiverCenter’s annual budget is approximately $2.4 million.  Forty-four per cent of the annual budget comes from contributed income at this time.    

Qualifications:

Required: (1) five years of progressively more responsible experience in an area involving the planning and implementation of development activities, (2) appreciation for the role of the performing arts and arts education in the well-being of individuals and society, (3) outstanding skills in written & oral communications, organizational management, interpersonal relations, and leadership, (4) ability to manage a multiplicity of activities in a complex and demanding environment.
Desired: (1) Bachelor’s or higher degree, (2) experience directing the ongoing administration of a program involving some combination of gift prospecting, gift solicitation, annual fund management, donor relations, grant writing, event sponsorship sales, and advertising sales, (3) a proven track record in effective fund-raising.  Capital Campaign experience is a strong advantage.

Salary is competitive with similar jobs at other local not for profit organization. experience and qualifications with access to all benefits offered to RiverCenter’s full-time employees.  Evaluation of the development director’s job effectiveness and potential for salary increase will be closely tied to the meeting or exceeding of the development targets.

Application Process: Interested candidates are invited to submit a cover letter and resume with a list of references and salary requirements in confidence to:

Margaret Genovese
Genovese, Vanderhoof & Associates
77 Carlton Street, Suite 1103
Toronto, Ontario
Canada M5B 2J7
gvasearch@gmail.com

For additional information: www.rivercenter.orgwww.columbusga.com
Full posting at http://genovesevanderhoof.com/opportunities/development-director/

Deadline for applications:  Friday, July 7, 2017.

Date posted 6-5-17

Destination El Paso (Texas)

Director of Operations

REPORTS TO: Assistant General Manager
FLSA STATUS:  Salaried/Exempt

SMG, the leader in privately managed public assembly facilities has an excellent and immediate opening for a Director of Operations at Destination El Paso. The position is responsible to schedule and supervise personnel, subcontractors and daily activities involved in the successful execution of events and maintenance of the facilities by performing the following duties personally or through subordinate supervisors.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES
Directs, supervises and schedules all aspects of Facility Operations, Construction Projects, including Engineering; Building and Grounds; Technical Services; Setup and Changeover; Public Safety; Security; Custodial Services, Event Services, Information Technology, Production, Shipping and Receiving, and Parking Departments.
• Coordinates the Operations activities with other departments and event related contractors to assure facility readiness and smooth operation of events, including ADA compliance.
• Implements and updates facility rules, regulations, policies and procedures.
• Provides clear, concise, and timely communication of directives to other departments.
• Ensures that Operations Department receives pertinent information for the most effective use of the facility and staffing.
• Oversees maintenance of the Physical Plant, systems, equipment, vehicle fleet, electrical, mechanical, environmental controls and related building management systems.
• Assists in the preparation, implementation, and monitoring of the Annual Operating Budget and recommends a capital budgets for 1-year and 5-year long-range repairs and improvements to the facility.
• Responsible for SMG’s proprietary maintenance software, Altum, ensuring the system meets SMG Corporate initiatives.
• Know and ensure all laws, codes, ordinances, policies, procedures, risk management, safety precautions, rules/regulations and emergency procedures are followed.  Develop and implement programs to ensure training for employees as needed.
• Assures the coordination, implementation and administration of specific plans and programs prescribed by corporate directives, to include: maintain high-standards for guest services, employee training and development, quality assurance, energy efficiency, safety/emergency procedures, crowd control and crisis management procedures, or other areas as required.
• Knowledge in operational procedures, facility capabilities, industry terminology, event-related services and technical requirements for the types of events anticipated at the facility.
• Understands performance measures as outlined in the terms of SMG Management deliverables Agreements with client/city.
• Authorizes the requisition of equipment and supplies within budget guidelines.
• Develops program to train all employees on Fire/Life Safety, Emergency and OSHA Procedures.
• Investigates, analyzes and resolves operational problems and complaints. Conducts periodic staff meetings to discuss procedures, problems and policy changes.
• Works closely with the Assistant General Manager in the preparation and negotiation of Service Agreements. Reviews contracts for compliance with events and /or government specifications and suitability for occupancy.
• Negotiates with vendors, unions, contractors and/or service providers.
• Develops and implement preventive maintenance schedules, emergency procedures, safety and Risk Management policies in compliance with all Corporate and governmental regulations.
• Acts as liaison to public utility, environmental, and energy agencies. Assist AGM in implementation of any energy saving guidelines.
• Coordinates and oversees special projects, such as construction, remodeling or expansion. Plans and directs outside vendors/contractors work to assure compliance with contracts and safety requirements.
• Works with direct reports to review scheduled events and event complexity in order to avoid potential service challenges and failures.
• Maintains inventories of equipment, while keeping in mind current technology and trends, to maximize customer satisfaction and revenue opportunities for local, regional, and national events.
• Works directly with high profile and high revenue groups to determine objectives and requirements and ensure an excellent customer experience for all customers.
• Communicates vision for service delivery in Event Management to ensure guest is serviced from arrival to departure
• Serves as MOD (Manager on Duty) as required.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES
Manages subordinate supervisors in any Event Services departments and is responsible for the overall direction, coordination, and evaluation of these units. Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with SMG's policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities include interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding; disciplining employees in conjunction with Human Resources; addressing complaints and resolving problems.

QUALIFICATIONS
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE
• Bachelors degree required, Engineering degree preferred
• Minimum of 5 – 8 years related experience in the public assembly industry in a supervisory position

SKILLS/APTITUDES
• Maintain an effective working relationship with employees and vendors.
• Strong organization, supervisory, communication, and writing skills
• Professional presentation, appearance and work ethic
• Ability to work with limited supervision and as a team member
• Follow oral and written instructions
• Knowledge of Microsoft Office applications, computer proficiency, typing, and ability to learn specialized computer software as needed

WORKING CONDITIONS
• Requires ability to work flexible and extended hours, including nights, weekends, and holidays, in addition to normal business hours.
• While performing the duties of this job, the employee is required to walk extensively, occasionally required to kneel, climb to high walkways or balance. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.
• This position requires work inside and outside of the building and some exposure to adverse conditions.

TO APPLY www.elpasolive.com/contact/jobs or HRecruiter@destinationelpaso.com

This position offers a competitive salary and benefit package.  Please send a copy of your most recent resume and cover letter which includes salary requirements to:

Emilio Velez, HR Manager
Destination El Paso
1 Civic Center Plaza
El Paso, TX  79901
915-534-0660

Applicants that need reasonable accommodations to complete the application process may contact-
915-534-0628

Date Opened: May 31, 2017

Closing Date: Until Filled

Date posted: 5-31-17