Studio East is founded on the belief that the performing arts can make a difference in the lives of our children. Children who learn and practice the discipline, dedication, and teamwork required by the craft of theater develop skills that will be valuable assets throughout their lives, no matter what career they choose to pursue.
Are you passionate about youth development, the performing arts, and being part of a non-profit serving its community? Do you have experience cultivating and stewarding donor relationships? Are you goal oriented and always looking to maximize opportunity? Do you lead with visibility, creativity, and accountability? If so, Studio East might be the right place for you!
Studio East relies on the support of generous donors from the audience we serve and our community. Philanthropic contributions advance our mission to create confident, compassionate, responsible young people through training in the art and craft of theater and ensures organizational stability.
The Donor Relations Officer is a full-time position that reports directly to the Managing Director and works closely with the corporate development and grants staff. The Donor Relations Officer is responsible for developing and implementing engagement and fundraising strategies to enhance and grow revenue and current and prospective donors.
The Donor Relations Officer is responsible for donor engagement (identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship) and expanding relationships by providing extraordinary service and exceeding expectations in maintaining and managing donor information.
As necessary, the Donor Relations Officer will recruit and supervise volunteers to help with donor cultivation events and annual fundraising events. Paramount to this position is the ability to work with a high degree of independence, and juggle various projects at once, while maintaining a clear understanding of donor cultivation and moves management.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Please email resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. Include in your cover letter what you consider your donor relations superpower and your connection to Studio East’s mission.
Studio East Training for the Performing Arts is a non-profit organization founded on the belief that the performing arts can make a difference in the lives of our children. Children who learn and practice the discipline, dedication, and teamwork required by the craft of theater develop skills that will be valuable assets throughout their lives, no matter what career they choose to pursue.
Studio East is seeking a Box Office Manager to join our administrative team. The Box Office Manager is responsible for all tickets and group bookings for both Studio East and StoryBook Theater performances, managing our ticketing software, and overseeing additional box office staff or volunteers. The successful candidate enjoys a fast-paced, collaborative environment and embodies our commitment to excellent customer service.
Box Office Manager Duties:
School Show Coordination:
Office Assistant Duties:
Desired Skills and Qualifications:
To apply: email resume to email@example.com with subject line of Box Office Manager. No phone calls, please.
TITLE: Education Assistant
REPORTS TO: Education Director
STATUS: Hourly, part-time, non-exempt
HOURS: 16 hours/week
COMPENSATION: $18-$19/hour DOE
To support all Education programs at Studio East in conjunction with the Education Director.
STUDIO EAST MISSION:
Studio East works to create confident, compassionate, responsible young people through training in the art and craft of theater.
OTHER JOB REQUIREMENTS
Studio East is an equal opportunity employer. Individuals of all backgrounds are encouraged to apply. We seek employees with a commitment to diversity, equity, & inclusion.
Please email resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org with subject “Education Assistant”. Include in your cover letter what unique skills you’d to bring to this job and your connection to Studio East’s mission.
Studio East welcomes resumes from Teaching Artists who are interested in joining our faculty. We hire energetic, responsible theater arts educators who have teaching, directing, choreographing, and/or music directing experience with young people ages 4-19. We are interested in Teaching Artists with several years of teaching/directing experience who love sharing their skills and experience with kids. Trained educators, actors with teaching experience, and pianists are encouraged to apply.
Please email a letter and resume to Kaysy Ostrom, Education Director.
Studio East also has Class and Camp Assistant Opportunities for teens.
Ongoing opportunities are available to help out at Studio East! Contact the main office to be directed to the staff person who might best be able to use your skills: 425.820.1800