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TOUR COORDINATOR (P/T, freelance)
Random Farms is seeking an organized self-starter to assist the General Manager with coordination of the anti-bullying musical, The New Kid. The show is performed by young people who tour to local elementary and middle schools from October through June to raise awareness about bullying. This position is a paid, work-at-home administrative position to assist with managing the tour logistics.
RESPONSIBILITIES: The Coordinator will work alongside the General Manager to split the responsibilities of running this program. The GM will continue to promote the show to schools, handle incoming requests from schools, and plan the tour schedule with the cast and crew. The Assistant Coordinator will primarily handle the follow-up logistics that occur after a school has booked a performance, including frequently updating online spreadsheets and calendars with information related to each upcoming performance; communicating with each school about the logistics of upcoming performances; and communicating with cast and crew about upcoming performances. We anticipate that this position may evolve over time to include more responsibility of the program.
COMMITMENT: Approximately 10 hours per week year-round (autumn may require more hours, while summer may require fewer). This is a freelance position working remotely. The schedule is very flexible, though all tasks are deadline-based.
SKILLS: Organization and diplomacy are integral to this position. Candidates should also have strong computer skills, including familiarity with various Google tools (Calendar, Forms, Spreadsheets, Email), MS Word, and converting documents to PDF. Additional software/tools that will be used include Asana (an online project management tool), MS Publisher, and Constant Contact (an email marketing tool); knowledge of these is a plus, but not required.
PAY: $12/hour (approx. 10 hours per week)
TO APPLY: Submit a brief cover letter and resume to Piper Gunnarson, General Manager, at
. We are hoping to fill this position immediately with a start date of November 1, 2014.
Help with costume fittings, costume changes and quick changes. Learn all aspects of costuming (up to 300 kids for Workshops and 150 kids for Mainstages) from studio fittings to backstage assistance.
Must be available for all dress rehearsals and performances. $8/hr (students); $10/hr (high school graduates). Email cover letter and resume to
. Please indicate your availability and whether you are interested in Mainstages and/or Workshops. Sewing skills are helpful but not necessary.