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theatre dybbuk seeks a new Managing Director (Los Angeles, CA)

 

theatre dybbuk illuminates the universal human experience by creating provocative theatrical

 

presentations and innovative educational opportunities based on Jewish folklore, rituals and

 

Founded in 2011, theatre dybbuk is excited to be entering this next phase of growth. We are

 

increasing the scope of our theatrical offerings, educational programs and synagogue

 

collaborations. We look forward to working with a partner who wishes to be an integral part of

 

implementing our vision for the future.

 

Our part-time Managing Director will help to influence and shape our business practices and

 

organizational structure for years to come. 

 

Job Summary: The Managing Director is responsible for overseeing the growth of the company's

 

infrastructure, inclusive of duties related to budgets, contracts and development. This individual works

 

closely with the Artistic Director and the Marketing and Communications Director.

 

Duties and responsibilities:

 

Productions, Educational Workshops and Partner Programs

 

• Work with the Artistic Director on coordinating all performances, trainings, educational programs and

 

synagogue collaborations, including: collaborating with partners to plan events; negotiating contracts

 

and paying artists, independent contractors and vendors; creating and maintaining schedules;

 

managing production and program revenues.

 

• Work with Marketing and Communications Director to facilitate and coordinate marketing strategies.

 

Financial Management & Board Engagement

 

• Keep track of revenue and expenses, communicating these figures on a regular basis through written

 

reports. Work with Artistic Director, Fiscal Sponsor and Board on all financial matters.

 

• Participate in long-term strategic planning, as theatre dybbuk looks at its next five years of growth.

 

• Provide support towards fund-raising activities, inclusive of grant writing efforts, annual campaigns

 

and engagement with potential sponsors.

 

• Attend meetings with a variety of organizational partners and interested parties to maintain and

 

develop relationships and to participate in professional development opportunities.

 

Experience in not-for-profit organizations and in working with institutional partners is recommended.

 

Experience with theatrical production and live events is a plus.

 

This is a part-time, independent contractor position. 

 

Salary is commensurate with experience.

 

Please send a resume and cover letter to:

 

aaron@theatredybbuk.org

 

Subject line: Managing Director

 

We look forward to hearing from you.

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