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“A.C.T. is not just a place where you come to see plays. It's a place where you come to talk about plays, where you come to meet artists, where you come to learn about the making of art. It's a place that opens your heart and your mind, and can teach you something about the world. It's a place in which you are transformed.”

Carey Perloff
Artistic Director


American Conservatory Theater (A.C.T.)
is the Bay Area’s Tony Award–winning flagship theater. Renowned for a rich variety of programming, A.C.T. presents great plays and musicals, and pushes the boundaries of theatrical storytelling.
 
A.C.T. is the only American regional theater to house a professional actor-training program; actors who have studied at A.C.T. include Annette Bening, Benjamin Bratt, Nicolas Cage, Darren Criss, Harry Hamlin, Anika Noni Rose, Anna Deavere Smith, and Denzel Washington. Performances take place in the historic Geary Theater and the state-of-the-art Strand Theater, both in San Francisco. A.C.T. takes pride in its tremendous legacy of performance and training, and plays a vital role in creating the art and artists of the future. 

What we look for in our staff: the ability to imagine, the energy to create and explore new ideas and the freedom of spirit to celebrate our diverse community.

American Conservatory Theater is committed to diversity in its programming and in creating a work culture and environment that is reflective of San Francisco Bay Area demography. We encourage and actively recruits applicants representing dimensions of difference that include — but are not limited to — age, national origin, ethnicity, race, religion, ability, sexual orientation, gender or political affiliation. are an equal opportunity employer, and encourage women and people of color to apply.

Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.

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General Manager

Status: Full-time / Regular / Exempt
Reports To: Executive Director
Salary: DOE + Benefits

A.C.T. is seeking a General Manager to provide management support for key areas of operations at San Francisco’s premiere Tony-award winning theater company with an annual operating budget of $20 million and an audience of more than 200,000 each year.

Reporting to the Executive Director, this position is an opportunity for a self-motivated thinker and leader to assist in the implementation of A.C.T.’s vision and priorities. This critical role works collaboratively with departments across the organization. Additionally, the General Manager oversees the Associate General Manager, Company Manager, and Production Manager.

The General Manager also acts as liaison with outside producers and presenters. The General Manager will manage our people and our day-to-day operations, including events, projects and company administration. The General Manager will recognize and value all that makes A.C.T. one of the most exciting not-for-profit theaters in the USA.

Responsibilities:

  • Produce, develop, maintain and track a variety of complex budgets that contribute to the fiscal health of the theater.
    Key participant in the season planning process.
  • Negotiate contracts with directors, choreographers, designers, and other artistic staff within union regulations and established budgets.
  • Negotiate royalties and production licenses for each play A.C.T. produces. Manage, negotiate and execute contracts between A.C.T. and authors, composers, orchestrators, and lyricists.
  • Negotiate contracts for international, national, and local presenting companies within established budgets and union regulations.
  • Represent the theater with LORT and serve as a point of contact for labor/management and contractual questions.
  • Serve as the point of contact in the management of outside producers, presenters, promoters and visiting national and international companies.
  • Maintain a thorough knowledge of the work rules for the seven represented unions.
  • Assist in the operations of the theater and building. Manage FOH and Box Office operations.

Qualifications:

  • Five plus years of general management experience in a LORT or Broadway professional theater. MA in Theater or Arts Administration.
  • Knowledge of theater production, budgeting, theatrical contracts and theater operations required.
  • Knowledge of unions and labor issues.
  • Ability to think strategically and execute with attention to detail.
  • Ability to manage multiple priorities.
  • Excellent leadership and organizational skills.
  • Ability to foster and maintain positive relationships with colleagues, corporate professionals, artists, teachers, community partners, volunteers and the general public.
  • Demonstrated ability to manage organizational budgets.
  • Ability to communicate effectively and persuasively in oral and written communication on both an interpersonal and group level.
  • Strong commitment to equity, diversity and inclusion in all its forms.
  • Experience, ability and commitment to working with diverse groups relative to gender expression, race, sexual orientation, religion, ability, age, class and immigrant status.
  • Ability to exercise professional discretion and confidentiality.
  • Ability to manage multiple priorities.
  • May require air travel in the U.S. and abroad.
  • Ability to work with Microsoft Office products.
     

To Apply:

Please send cover letter and resume to hr@act-sf.org with General Manager Search in the subject line.

Deadline: Open until filled.

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Director of Grants & Foundation Relations

Status: Full-Time / Exempt
Reports To: Director of Development
Salary: A competitive compensation package will be offered to attract an outstanding candidate  

Reporting to the Director of Development, the Director of Grants & Foundation Relations is a key leader within A.C.T.’s Development Department and is responsible for raising funds from foundation and government sources for A.C.T.’s institutional priorities.

Working with high-profile volunteers, senior staff, and colleagues across A.C.T., its Conservatory, and the Education & Community Programs, the Director of Grants and Foundation Relations is a frequent collaborator with other A.C.T. departments in his/her main responsibilities for securing and increasing institutional support to meet A.C.T.’s annual fundraising goals.

The Director of Grants and Foundation Relations plays a key role in growing A.C.T.’s programmatic and operating support through identifying, establishing, and maintaining strategic foundation and government relationships; maintaining a pipeline of foundation and government portfolio prospects; and managing stewardship reports for grants. The successful candidate is responsible for conducting the full range of activities required to research, prepare, submit, and track grant proposals to foundations and government funders with the objective of achieving and exceeding annual financial goals. Working with the Director of Corporate Partnerships, the Director of Grants and Foundation Relations also assists with securing funding from corporate foundations.

Strong grant writing, organizational, multi-tasking, and communication skills are essential. Experience with the nonprofit arts preferred.

Responsibilities:

  • Develop and maintain a comprehensive schedule of grant inquiries, proposals, and reports.
  • Prepare all inquiries and grant proposals to foundations and government funders for general operating and program support and engage in pro-active follow-up.
  • Meet all reporting and other grant requirements.
  • Provide thoughtful, consistent, and appropriate stewardship, including impact reports and other measures of accountability.
  • Oversee the work of an outside grant writing vendor.
  • With the assistance of the Manager of Research and Prospect Management, research and identify prospective foundation funders.
  • Build strong relationships with current and potential funders and cultivate relationships with prospects that lead to invitations to apply for funding.
  • Work closely with Director of Corporate Partnerships to coordinate efforts with shared corporate foundation relationships.
  • In coordination with other Development staff, extend invitations to foundation and government representatives to appropriate A.C.T. performances and events.
  • Schedule meetings with foundation officers for A.C.T. leadership and trustees. Prepare staff and trustees for these meetings and participate as appropriate.
  • Arrange for site visits for foundation and government funders and prospects.
  • Guide acknowledgment letter process for grants and ensure delivery of recognition and other benefits to funders as required, paying particular attention to credits in performance programs and other public and event materials.
  • Maintain awareness of foundation and government funding trends, assessment tools, and industry changes and share with colleagues.
  • Maintain an in-depth knowledge of A.C.T.’s priorities and programs and inspire the respect and confidence of the organization’s leadership.
  • Manage Development Assistant in the collection of grant back-up materials and the tracking of all activity and contacts in database in an accurate and timely manner.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree.
  • Outstanding writing and presentation skills.
  • A strong understanding of institutional fundraising and knowledge of the key regional and government funders.
  • Excellent organizational, time-management, and prioritization skills.
  • Team player who also has the capability to work independently and as a self-starter.
  • Ability to plan and manage strategically yet has sufficient focus on details to assure effective implementation and follow through.
  • Genuine interest in—and knowledge of—the arts and education and an ability to articulate their importance.
  • Experience interfacing with foundation and government staff.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office programs (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint).
  • Availability and willingness to work occasional evenings and weekends at A.C.T. performances and events.
  • A bachelor's degree and a minimum of four years’ experience in grant writing, preferably with an arts and/or educational organization.
  • Basic database knowledge; Tessitura, a plus.

Personal Attributes

  • Passion for A.C.T.’s artistic, training, educational, and community engagement mission.
  • Personable, positive, and diplomatic individual with integrity and a sense of humor, who works effectively with all levels of internal and external constituents.
  • A sense of urgency and a commitment to excellence.
  • A solid team player who also has the ability to work independently when necessary.
  • A strategic thinker with the ability to solve problems creatively.
  • Availability and willingness to work occasional evenings and weekends at A.C.T. performances and events.
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    To Apply:

    Please send resumes to: Sterling Search, Inc. Nicole@sterlingsearchinc.com (310) 774-0099 Direct all correspondence, emails, and telephone calls to Sterling Search, Inc. Any resumes sent or telephone calls made to A.C.T. will be redirected to Sterling Search, Inc.

    Deadline: Open until filled.


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Associate Director of Marketing

Status: Full Time / Regular / Exempt
Reports To: Director of Marketing
Salary: DOE + Benefits

American Conservatory Theater has an immediate opening for a passionate, organized marketing professional to join our dynamic Marketing Department. A key member of the department, the Associate Director of Marketing will create timelines and manage projects to ensure successful execution of all marketing campaigns, and will work closely with all members of the marketing team to maintain these timelines.

Reporting to the Director of Marketing, s/he will also serve as the main contact for all marketing projects for other departments, including Development, Education, and Artistic, and will represent Marketing at inter-departmental campaign meetings. In addition, s/he will establish and maintain relationships with local organizations for audience development, outreach, and promotional purposes, and will assist the Director of Marketing in developing innovative single ticket and subscription marketing campaigns for all A.C.T. productions at both the historic Geary Theater and the new Strand Theater.

This position is an exceptional opportunity for an individual with expertise in managing multi-channel marketing campaigns and a passion for non-profit theater.

For A.C.T. Marketing Department initiatives, job responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Manage the creation of all marketing projects for A.C.T., including those for the development, education, and artistic departments
  • Establish and maintain relationships with external companies, arts organizations, local businesses, restaurants, hotels, tenant associations, etc. for the purpose of audience development, outreach, promotions, event sponsoring, and external targeted mailing lists
  • Assist the Director of Marketing in establishing creative subscription and single ticket marketing campaigns
  • Execute all marketing mailings by maintaining relationship and schedule with printer and mailhouse
  • Create internal and external targeted mailing & email lists for single and subscription ticket campaigns
  • Manage InterACT and audience engagement events & relationships
  • Responsible for performance management of Marketing Associate and Marketing Fellow, providing training and development activities as well as regular feedback
  • Handle general patron inquiries


Position requirements include:

  • 3-5 years marketing/communications or project management experience, preferably in a non-profit or theater setting
  • Experience with project management applications (knowledge of Asana is a plus)
  • Very strong interpersonal skills and the ability to collaborate effectively across multiple departments
  • Demonstrated ability to project manage complex campaigns and to coordinate with several staff members on achieving department’s overall goals
  • Exemplary organization skills and attention to detail
  • Ability to prioritize and multi-task
  • A great candidate is an outgoing, creative people-person who is able to work both independently and collaboratively with other staff members
  • Some night and weekend work is required
  • Must be able to lift and carry up to 25 pounds

  • To Apply:

    Please send cover letter, including salary requirements and resume, to hr@act-sf.org with Associate Director of Marketing Search in the subject line. Applications without salary requirements may not be considered.

    Materials* may also be mailed to:

    American Conservatory Theater
    Associate Director of Marketing Search
    Attn: Human Resources - Marketing
    30 Grant Avenue
    San Francisco, CA 94108-5834

    *Hard copy materials cannot be returned.


    Deadline:
    Open until filled.


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Digital Content Associate

Status: Full Time / Regular / Exempt
Reports To: Digital Content Manager
Salary: DOE + Benefits

American Conservatory Theater has an immediate opening for a passionate, highly creative digital communicator to join our dynamic Marketing Department. Reporting to the Digital Content Manager, the new Digital Content Associate will serve at the company’s digital storyteller, responsible for creating and sharing compelling stories to engage audiences and raise awareness of all A.C.T. programs, including productions. S/he will be responsible for creating all digital content (including videos, podcasts, and live streams) and sharing that content online through daily management of A.C.T.’s social media platforms. S/he will also support the Digital Content Manager with email marketing and website content maintenance.

Job responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Creation of new digital content for all A.C.T. programs, including videos (animated and edited b-roll), podcasts, live streams, digital graphics, and others
  • Manage A.C.T.’s social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, SoundCloud) and serve as the first point of contact for patrons online
  • Collaborate with other departments to search out new stories and provide digital content support for ongoing programs
  • Capture and edit digital collateral for productions and other institutional efforts
  • Coordinate the content calendar for all digital media platforms
  • Assist Digital Content Manager with email marketing and website content maintenance
  • Perform other duties as assigned


Position requirements include:

  • Degree in digital marketing or communications, or 1-3 years equivalent work experience
  • Strong storytelling and conceptual skills and attention to detail, with a track-record creating engaging digital content and working with artists
  • Experience with video and audio editing software, Hootsuite or similar social media scheduling tool, and familiarity with Adobe Creative Suite
  • Thorough knowledge of social media platforms and best practices
  • Strong design sensibilities; ability to expand on existing design template where necessary for social platforms
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills with the ability to collaborate effectively across multiple departments
  • Ability to meet deadlines and handle multiple simultaneous projects from development to completion
  • A great candidate is equally passionate about non-profit theater, digital technology, and the potential intersections of the two.
  • Some night and weekend work is required.


To Apply:

Please please submit cover letter with salary requirements, work samples (video/audio, and social media posts), and resume to hr@act-sf.org with Digital Content Associate Search in the subject line. Applications without salary requirements may not be considered.

Materials* may also be mailed to:

American Conservatory Theater
Digital Content Associate Search
Attn: Human Resources - Marketing
30 Grant Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94108-5834

*Hard copy materials cannot be returned.


Deadline:
Open until filled.


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Director of Corporate Partnerships

Status: Full Time / Regular / Non-Exempt
Reports To: Director of Development
Salary: DOE + Benefits

The Director of Corporate Partnerships oversees all aspects of A.C.T.’s corporate development program in support of the organization’s artistic, education, and community engagement programs. He/she also works in concert with staff leading A.C.T.’s corporate Professional Development and rental income lines to cross-sell and maximize leads. The position is responsible for the identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of corporate prospects, members, and sponsors. This is a leadership position within the Development department, and the Director of Corporate Partnerships frequently collaborates with other A.C.T. departments, including marketing and PR, production, and education. He/she is also responsible for the cultivation and stewardship of positive relationships with key A.C.T. donors and trustees, particularly in terms of leveraging their corporate connections.

The Director of Corporate Partnerships reports to the Director of Development and is assisted by a full-time Development Assistant and Development Fellow. He/she also works closely with the Associate Director of Institutional Giving to manage and steward corporation foundation relationships.

Responsibilities:

  • Develop an annual, comprehensive strategic plan to raise in excess of $600,000 from the Bay Area corporate sector, with the aim of securing and stewarding 50-75 current and new corporate supporters.
  • Create and manage a robust menu of sponsorship opportunities, concentrating on securing six-figure gifts from “official partners.” Develop and identify key deliverable assets for sponsorship programs.
  • Oversee a volunteer Corporate Council, attracting and retaining new members who will engage in peer-to-peer fundraising.
  • Create and manage an active pipeline of 100+ corporate prospects through identification, research and tracking of donor activity. Regularly update prospect lists for board and staff.
  • Create attractive and compelling sponsorship decks and other collateral material in order to attract new corporate supporters.
  • Steward and build on-going relationships with current corporate donors and new prospects through meetings, phone calls, and entertaining.
  • Manage fulfillment and reporting requirements for all corporate donors, including oversight of special sponsorship events and coordination with marketing team to ensure proper and accurate recognition of corporate supporters in A.C.T. materials.
  • Negotiate sponsorship agreements and contracts; manage and monitor the preparation of all reports and other fulfillment activities on all sponsorship awards.
  • Develop creative, individually tailored proposals for corporate solicitations, including recognition and branding opportunities, client entertaining, ticket promotions, high-touch hospitality and experiential activities, and other benefits that enhance the presentation.
  • Manage corporate fundraising line’s income and expense budgets, tracking progress and providing regular revenue projections.


Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • A strong track record (4+ years) of professional development experience, with a minimum of two years in corporate fundraising.
  • Demonstrated success in the cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of corporate donors and sponsors.
  • A strong understanding of sales and marketing practices, and superior oral and written communication and presentation skills.
  • Experience working with a broad base of leaders and in training, managing and motivating volunteers.
  • A strategic thinker with the ability to solve problems creatively.
  • A solid negotiator who consistently seeks a “win-win” scenario.
  • Excellent organizational, leadership and supervisory skills, with the ability to inspire those working with him/her to accomplish common goals.
  • Demonstrated budget management expertise.
  • Proficient in Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
  • Excellent time management skills.
  • Strong knowledge of Bay Area business sector a plus.
  • Professional experience at an arts organization, or a demonstrated commitment to the arts and the ability to articulate the importance of the arts to others.


Personal Attributes:

  • A positive and diplomatic individual with a good sense of humor and a strong work ethic.
  • A sense of urgency and a commitment to excellence.
  • Strong initiative, self-confidence, creativity, and entrepreneurial skills.
  • A solid team player who also has the ability to work independently when necessary.
  • Flexibility with evening and weekend hours.
  • A creative problem-solver who is able to “think outside the box.”
  • Detail-oriented with ability to set priorities and manage multiple tasks and deadlines.
  • A poised and professional composure.
  • Good judgment and ability to be discrete in communications.

  • This is a full-time exempt position with benefits. Night and weekend work frequently required.

    To Apply:

    Please direct all correspondence, emails, and telephone calls to Nicole at Sterling Search, Inc. (Nicole@sterlingsearchinc.com or 310.774.0099). Any resumes sent or telephone calls made to A.C.T. will be redirected.

Associate Front of House Manager

A.C.T. seeks a dynamic, people-oriented individual to spearhead Front of House operations for the historic American Conservatory Theater. The Associate FOH Manager works closely with members of the public and also virtually every department within the A.C.T. organization.

Responsibilities:

  • Function as House Manager for shows at the Strand and Costume Shop Theaters.
  • Supervise Front of House staff (ushers, bartenders, security) during performances and special events.
  • Oversee and maintain the cleanliness and safety of the theater space (lobby, bars, auditorium, etc.).
  • Reconcile banks and prepare nightly deposits from multiple point-of-sale stations.
  • Prepare thorough and accurate nightly sales and house manager reports.
  • Work effectively with stage management to ensure performances start on time and run smoothly.
  • Address unique or special situations quickly, and solve problems efficiently.
  • Serve as primary point person for all emergency situations. (Training in First Aid, CPR and AED a plus.)
  • A commitment to ensuring that all of our guests have the best experience possible.

Qualifications:

  • The successful candidate will have a minimum of 3-5 years of House Management experience and must exemplify the highest standards of customer service.
  • Positive, energetic outlook and the ability to effectively manage and interact with a variety of constituencies, from patrons and donors to staff and trustees.
  • Demonstrated skills in budgeting, accounting, and forecasting required, as are good computer skills (Microsoft Office).
  • Physical requirements include ability to safely navigate stairs, work in dark environments and lift up to 35 pounds.
  • Night and weekend hours will be required.

To Apply:

Please send cover letter and resume to hr@act-sf.org with FOH Manager Search in the subject line.

Deadline: Open until filled.


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Studio A.C.T. Faculty

Status: Part-time
Reports To: Studio A.C.T. Director
Salary: Hourly 
 
American Conservatory Theater’s Studio A.C.T. program seeks dynamic and knowledgeable faculty members to teach adult students in a variety of performance disciplines. Studio A.C.T. is committed to providing a uniquely diverse student body with a safe and joyful atmosphere in which to explore their artistry. The program serves students with a range of abilities and experiences. exploring and developing beginner to advanced performance skills. Subjects include, but are not limited to, general acting, voice and speech, and musical theater performance, and movement. We are interested in meeting candidates with demonstrated expertise in one or more performance discipline for current and future vacancies.

Responsibilities:

  • Work with Studio A.C.T. Director to develop and then deliver course content that aligns with Studio A.C.T.’s core values:
      • Include a plurality of perspectives in all classroom discussions.
      • Engender empathy.
      • Inspire creativity and develop artistry.
      • Enrich lives.
      • Build community.
  • Teach one (or more) course(s) in an 8-week session with enthusiasm and professionalism.
  • Complete student evaluations, attend community events, and faculty meetings.

Qualifications:

  • A BA/BFA in theater or related area. Master of Fine Arts degree strongly preferred.
  • Minimum 2 years teaching experience at the collegiate level or 5-7 years professional, theater experience.
  • Desire to teach a diverse student body.

To Apply:

Please send cover letter, resume and two professional references to studio@act-sf.org with Studio A.C.T. Faculty Search in the subject line.

     • In your cover letter, please include the courses or subjects you are interested in teaching.
     • Please do not call or email to inquire submission status, you will be contacted if there is an appropriate opening.
     • We value diversity. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

Deadline: Open until filled.


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Security Guard

Status: Full-time / Regular / Non-Exempt
Reports To: Associate Manager, Facilities Operations & Security
Salary: $17.50/hour + Benefits

A.C.T. seeks a full time Security Guard for its newest venue, The Strand (1127 Market) to protect A.C.T. property, ensure the safety and comfort of guests and patrons and serve as a community liaison with the neighborhood. The Strand operates a community café during the Monday-Friday business hours (8 a.m.–4 p.m.).

Responsibilities include:

  • Open facilities at the beginning of each shift and secure facilities at the end of each shift.
  • Monitor common areas for potential safety hazards or security risks.
  • Monitor all activity in the building, including arrivals, deliveries and other vendor activities. Escort un-authorized persons from the building.
  • Work closely with Facilities, Front of House, Box Office and café staff to ensure smooth and safe running of operations and events.
  • Provide information to the public about The Strand and A.C.T.; engage with the neighborhood community to promote understanding and cooperation with A.C.T.’s presence and operations.
  • Works directly with community organizations such as neighborhood improvement district and city agencies.
  • Serve as an Emergency Monitor as needed.
  • May be asked to assist Facilities with occasional maintenance duties.
  • Other duties as assigned.
     

Knowledge, skills, and abilities:

  • This position requires a person with the ability to interact in a professional manner with a diverse group of people, including civic dignitaries, A.C.T. board and staff, patrons and the general public.
  • The security guard must be able to respond to any emergency which may arise, with the goal of ensuring the safety of patrons, staff and the public.
  • The guard must be able to walk through the facilities periodically, be able to climb stairs, reach, bend, and occasionally relocate tables, chairs, or other objects.
  • Reliability and punctuality are essential to this position.
  • Training in first aid/CPR is desirable.
  • A calm demeanor and a sense of humor are helpful.

Although the primary venue for this position will be The Strand, Security Guards may be called upon to offer similar services at other A.C.T. venues, which include the Costume Shop (1117 Market), the A.C.T. offices (30 Grant Avenue) and the Geary Theater (415 Geary).

Any offers of employment contingent upon successful completion of a background check.

To Apply:

Please email your cover letter and resume to hr@act-sf.org with Security Guard in the subject line, or mail your materials to:

    Security Guard Search
    A.C.T. Attn: Human Resources
    30 Grant Avenue, 7th Floor
    San Francisco, CA 94108-5834

Deadline: Open until filled.


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Bartender

Status: Part Time / Seasonal
Reports To: Theater Manager
Salary: Hourly plus tips

A.C.T. seeks an individual to serve as Bartender for performances and events at all three of our downtown performance venues. Duties include professionally serving drinks and snacks at one of several bar locations for a variety of patrons, cleaning bar areas and equipment, restocking supplies, operating registers and balancing cash banks.

Qualifications:

Bartending and cash handling experience in a high-pressure, fast-paced environment required. Fast-paced intermission work means handling customer requests and complaints while serving several patrons at once. Knowledge of wine, liquors, and mixology preferred. Need to be self-motivated to uphold and enforce ABC laws, health codes, and company policies and procedures. Must be punctual and have an exemplary attendance record. Must be able to lift up to 50 lbs and stand for extended periods of time. Previous bar or food service experience a must.

To Apply:

Please send cover letter and resume to hr@act-sf.org with Bartender Search in the subject line, or mail materials to:

Bartender Search
A.C.T.
30 Grant Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94108-5834

Deadline: Open until filled.


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Non-Union Stage Crew

Status: Hourly, Overhire

American Conservatory of Theater is collecting resumes for upcoming non-union overhire positions working at The Strand Theater, our newly-reopened 283 seat venue in the Central Market area. Overhire for load in/load out positions sought in the following areas:

  • Carpentry/Master Carpenter
  • Rigging
  • Props
  • Electrics
  • Sound/Tech
  • Scenic Artists

Resumes also being accepted for run crew positions.

Candidates should have a well-rounded production background, in addition to the necessary skills and experience in the fields in which they are applying.

Hiring is on per-show basis throughout the season/year and compensation is based on an hourly rate and is commensurate with experience.

To Apply:

Please send resume and cover letter to productionjobs@act-sf.org.

Deadline: Ongoing



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