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•  Director of Production
•  Marketing Coordinator
•  Administrative Assistant
•  Marketing/PR Intern
•  Graphic Design Intern
•  Development Intern
•  Education Intern 
•  Programming/Production Intern
•  Operations Intern

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DIRECTOR OF PRODUCTION

Reports to: Vice President of Operations

Responsibilities: The Director of Production is responsible for the management of the stage and stage crews to ensure that all shows and performances that take place within the State Theatre are safely and efficiently presented with the highest production values. Moreover, the Director of Production fosters a positive working environment backstage for both guest artists and stage crews and handle s all aspects of the shows advance.

Specific Duties:
1.  S/he advances all shows coming to the State Theatre with each show 's Production Manager or Technical Director to ensure load-ins are done in a timely and cost efficient manner; to ensure that logistical arrangement s for housing, meals, transportation, in-theatre hospitality, backline, equipment rentals, and other tech rider specifics are fulfilled; and to coordinate all production needs.  

2.  S/he shall oversee all backstage operations, production and artist liaison. S/he shall create an advance plan for all shows and mark or direct the appropriate marking of the stage for load-ins/set-ups and shall be present on site for all events.  

3.  Coordinate on site production coverage for all State Theatre events (presented events, rentals, education events, etc)  

4.  Along with the IATSE steward, the Director of Production is responsible for making sure all stagehand calls are filled according to his/her advance plan created in association with the  incoming show's production manager. S/he supervises the IATSE Steward and the IATSE stage crews, and shall review the payroll for the stagehands.  

5.  As the technical liaison between renting organizations and the Theater, s/he is responsible for communicating the technical details of the event to the Theater's staff in a timely fashion, and to offer estimates of expenses to renters.  

6.  S/he is responsible for trouble shooting problems and settling disputes on stage, and ensures timely expense reporting for all events.  

7.  S/he shall ensure prompt, accurate communications with internal staff and guest artist production personnel.  

8.  S/he will create and maintain the production budget.  

9.  Ensure the cleanliness of all backstage areas, including green room, catering, kitchen, and dressing room.

To apply for this position, email your resume and cover letter to:

Dave Hartkern, Vice President of Operations

email

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MARKETING COORDINATOR

The Marketing Coordinator assists the State Theatre’s Marketing Department with various marketing and public relations tasks. Candidates should be able to multitask, have strong communication skills, and be comfortable working in a team setting.

Specific Duties:
  •  Log invoices and maintain departmental logs and reports
  •  Edit/proof marketing materials, ads, press releases, and other copy

  •  Prepare ad packs for event marketing settlements
  •  Gather, prepare, and edit artist content for playbill
  •  Basic website updates via a Content Management System (CMS)
  •  Maintain archives of all marketing materials
  •  Gather and update marketing and publicity materials (photos, multimedia, artist bios, etc)
  •  Create content for theater’s online magazine

To apply for this position, email your resume and cover letter to:

Kelly Blithe, Director of Communications
email

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ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

Reports To: Vice President of Operations

Responsibilities: The Administrative Assistant assists the Vice President in administrative matters, pertaining to the scheduling and settlement of presented, co-presented, and rental events, as well as education event. This position will provide calendar coordination, and maintain an archive system of past performances for reference purposes.  The Administrative Assistant will also perform related services for the Vice President of Programming and Marketing on an as needed basis, and work with other departments as necessary or as assigned.

Specific Duties:
•  Responsible for scheduling and maintenance of Vice President’s calendar, as well as organization
   calendar of events and activities.

  Perform daily administrative duties such as typing correspondence; file maintenance, faxing, copying, etc.
•  Handle day-to-day correspondence and incoming telephone calls.
•  Settlement detail coordination for presented, co-presented, and rental events. 
•  Coordinate meeting, travel, conference and performance arrangements with booking agencies, co-promoters,
   and artist representatives, and such other functions as may be required.
•  Inter-departmental communication of contractual conditions and obligations, event details,
    and venue requirements.
•  Execute simple settlements.
•  Assist with education events, as needed.
•  Provide event production coverage for films.
•  Assist with artist contract processing and fulfillment.
•  Coordinate ticket sales analysis.
•  Manage database of pending show offers.
•  Assist with tracking of invoices from (and payments to) vendors
•  Report sales data to industry trade publications
•  Other duties and special projects, as assigned.

To apply for this position, email your resume and cover letter to:
Dave Hartkern, Vice President of Operations
email

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MARKETING/PR INTERNSHIP
The Marketing/PR intern will work closely with staff to implement marketing, promotions, public relations, and audience development initiatives. Tasks include writing, editing, and proofing press releases, blogs, website copy, e-blasts, and program copy; flyer distribution; working with social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and YouTube; and other projects as needed. The internship requires a minimum of 15 hours each week between Mon-Fri (9am-5:30pm).

Internships are unpaid, however, students may arrange to receive college credit.


To apply for this position, email your resume and cover letter to:

Kelly Blithe, Director of Communications
email

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GRAPHIC DESIGN INTERNSHIP
The State Theatre is seeking innovative graphic design interns to design and produce marketing materials for the State Theatre. The internship requires a minimum of 15 hours anytime between Mon-Fri (9-5:30pm).

Responsibilities:

  •  Design and produce promotional materials such as posters, flyers, advertisements, etc.

  •  Design web graphics for the State Theatre website and internet advertising

  •  Assist the Art Director with the creative workload


Requirements:

  •    Experience using QuarkXPress and Photoshop
  •    Knowledge of Illustrator, Dreamweaver, Flash, and HTML a plus
  •    Familiar with a Mac

Internships are unpaid, however, students may arrange to receive college credit.

To apply for this position, send your resume and cover letter to:
Tracy Furr
Art Director
State Theatre
11 Livingston Avenue
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
or email (If you email, please include a few samples of your work)
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DEVELOPMENT INTERNSHIP
The State Theatre seeks an energetic and self-motivated college student with strong writing and interpersonal skills for an internship (2-3 days per week) with the development department of the State Theatre.

Responsibilities and duties include assistance in:

  •  Writing letters of inquiry, gift acknowledgements, and proposals
  •  Researching individual, corporate, and foundation prospects and donors
  •  Coordinating various projects
  •  Maintaining and updating contact lists
 
Qualified candidates include those with a major in English, communications, public relations, marketing or related fields (although all majors interested in work experience may apply) and in good academic standing. Candidates must possess strong writing skills. Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, and the Internet is required.
 
Internships are unpaid, however, students may arrange to receive college credit. Additionally, interns will be compensated for expenses related to off-site responsibilities.

To apply for this position, send your resume and cover letter to:
Leah Anglum, Development Associate for Donor Relations
email

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EDUCATION INTERNSHIP
Internships may focus on theater education management and/or assisting with the State Theatre’s programs for schools. Interns will be able to acquire practical theater education experience at one of the premiere non-profit theaters in the region.

Specific Responsibilities May Include:

  •  Provide administrative support as well as support for special events, workshops, and school shows
  •  Contribute to the development of the curriculum both in-house and in the schools
  •  Opportunities to research possible grant/funding opportunities for theater education work
 
Requirements:
  •  Strong commitment to theater and education 
  •  Enjoy working with others—interns need to interact successfully with a wide range of personalities including staff, artists, volunteers, and the general public; on the phone and in person 
  •  Demonstrate computer skills: familiarity with word processing, databases, and spreadsheets is preferable
  •  Commit to a consistent schedule for a minimum of one month

Internships are unpaid, however, students may arrange to receive college credit.

To apply for this position, send your resume and cover letter to:
Jennifer Cunha, Education Associate
email

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PROGRAMMING/PRODUCTION INTERNSHIP
The Programming/Production intern will work with both the Vice President of Programming and the Director of Production. Internship will include working with artist contracts, online research, database entry, artist hospitality, and other projects as needed. The internship requires a minimum of 8 hours each week between Mon-Fri (9am-5:30pm), plus some nights and weekends based on the theater’s show schedule.

Internships are unpaid, however, students may arrange to receive college credit.

To apply for this position, send your resume and cover letter to:
Brian O'Boyle, Vice President of Programming
email

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OPERATIONS INTERNSHIP
The State Theatre is seeking an Operations Intern to assist the Director of Operations of the State Theatre. The internship will give special insight to the day-to-day operations of a major performing arts center. The internship requires 12 to 15 hours anytime between Mon-Fri (9am-5:30pm).  

Responsibilities:  
•  Assist Director of Operations with correspondences between the State Theatre and outside constituents  
•  Update historical data  
•  Special projects
 
Requirements:  
•    Excellent verbal and written communication skills  
•    Microsoft Office  

Internships are unpaid, however, students may arrange to receive college credit.  

To apply for this position, send your resume and cover letter to:
Dave Hartkern, Director of Operations
email


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