Tony Award-winning Long Wharf Theatre seeks an Associate Managing Director to serve as a key member of its senior management team. Key responsibilities include leading interdepartmental projects and initiatives; overseeing human resources, finance, and operations; and assisting the Managing Director and Board of Trustees with the implementation and measurement of organizational strategy. This position serves as the lead staff member for a number of key Board of Trustee committees, including Finance, Audit, and Compensation and Human Resources. Qualifications include 10 years of arts management experience with increasing degrees of responsibility; experience in the non-profit producing theatre environment; the ability to work independently, prioritize, and multi-task; excellent communication and supervisory skills; accounting experience; a strong ability to read, analyze, interpret, and report financial data; proficiency with accounting software (experience with AccuFund a plus); and the ability to develop and manage complex budgets. Send cover letter, resume, and references: Human Resources, Long Wharf Theatre, 222 Sargent Drive, New Haven, CT 06511, fax: 203-776-2287, email: firstname.lastname@example.org. EOE.
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience required. Master’s degree in a related field preferred.
Long Wharf Theatre, now in its 45th season, is nationally and internationally renowned as a leader in theatre, producing world and American premieres, fresh and imaginative productions of classics and modern plays, and rediscoveries of neglected works. Over 30 productions have transferred to Broadway or Off-Broadway, including The Glass Menagerie, Let Me Down Easy, Durango, Sixteen Wounded, Wit, A...merican Buffalo, The Gin Game, and The Shadow Box, among others. A Tony Award-winner as Outstanding Regional Theatre, Long Wharf is currently led by Artistic Director Gordon Edelstein and Managing Director Ray Cullom.
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