Beverly Hills, CA
The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts
The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts seeks customer service professionals to serve as part-time, year-round Ticket Service Associates. Reporting to the Ticket Services Manager, the position will ensure a high-quality experience for all patrons and provide correct and efficient operation of the computerized box office system (Tessitura), ticket printers, Internet sales program and the box office telephones. Adhere to box office policies, etiquette and procedures. Process orders via mail, telephone, Internet, group sales and reservations, and in-person counter sales.
Proficiency in the use of a PC and MS Office (Word, Excel, Outlook). Ability to accurately type 35 WPM or better is essential. Provide accurate information to patrons on all events. Other duties as assigned. Tessitura Software experience is preferred (not required).
Must be able to work evenings, weekends and holidays and irregular hours on show and event days. This is a part-time hourly position: $14 per hour (no benefits). Available flexible shifts range from 12-hrs to 29-hrs per week. Start date is immediate.
To apply, please send cover letter including availability (days and hours), resume and three references to firstname.lastname@example.org
. No phone calls or in person visits please. The Wallis is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
About The Wallis
Located in the heart of Beverly Hills, California, the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts (aka “The Wallis”) brings audiences world-class theater, dance and music, performed by many of the world’s most talented and sought-after artists. With eclectic programming that mirrors the diverse landscape of Los Angeles, and its notability as the entertainment capital of the world, The Wallis offers original and revered works from across the US and around the globe. Housed in a breathtaking 70,000-square-foot venue designed by Zoltan E. Pali, FAIA of Studio Pali Fekete architects, The Wallis celebrates the classic and the modern. This is reflected in the juxtaposition of the restored, original 1933 Beverly Hills Post Office (on the National Register of Historic Places) that serves as the theater’s dramatic yet welcoming lobby, and houses the 150-seat Lovelace Studio Theater, as well as a theater school for young people, and the contemporary 500-seat, state-of-the-art Bram Goldsmith Theater. Together, these two structures embrace the city’s history and its future, creating a performing arts destination for LA-area visitors and residents alike.