Kaiser Permanente Educational Theatre
Los Angeles, CA
The Assistant Program Coordinator position provides support to all the Educational Theatre (ET) programs. This encompasses knowing the programs, their curricula, the public health issues and the educational messages the programs are designed to impart. The position is required to organize, schedule and delegate within the Programs team as assigned by the Associate Director or Supervisory Team. This position reports directly to the Associate Director and is full a time term employment with benefits.
- Work as an assistant to the Programs team under the guidance of one or more Program Supervisors. Assistance may be in the form of stage management, assistant directing, and/or community liaising with schools and other partners.
- Project manage multiple projects, schedules and timelines, call and run meetings, update calendars and manage project scope and deliverables.
- Plan and manage special events for the department.
- Conduct site visits, booking confirmations and solicitations to support the development and implementation of community outreach strategies for all ET programs.
- Create, implement and maintain logistical systems, protocols and procedures to improve the efficiency of the programs team.
- Build presentation decks for internal and external meetings.
- Assist with research and evaluation of program effectiveness via surveys, focus groups and other feedback mechanisms.
- Oversee rehearsal space facility management.
- Participates in the artistic development and creation of new programs as requested by Kaiser Permanente (KP), ET or community groups.
- Assist in management of program or event budgets, purchase program or event supplies and monitor expenditures.
- Participate in health education training and extensive ongoing employee development training.
- Drive company vehicles and set up and strike sets when necessary.
- Represent KP and ET at community and special events, regional meetings and when addressing the media.
- Strong desire to work in community health, educational theatre and outreach. Understand and be comfortable working in underserved and diverse communities throughout Southern California.
- Ability to learn and perform a variety of roles within the programs: plays, workshops or special community events.
- Ability to participate in theatrical ensemble process.
- Ability to exercise discretion and independent judgment and interpersonal and team work skills.
- Ability to maintain high productivity amidst completing priorities and tight deadlines.
- Formal, advanced level training in stage management and/or touring theatre experience.
- Bachelor’s degree in theater or certificate in drama or related field from an accredited institution.
- Background in arts education or non-profit work.
- Background in issue based theatre and community outreach.
- Bilingual in Spanish.
- Proficient in Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, FileMaker Pro and video/photo editing software.
- Bachelor’s degree in theater OR (4) years of experience in a directly related field
- High School Diploma or General Education Development (GED) required
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HOW TO APPLY
Submit resumes to Maximilian Mastrangelo, [email protected], with the subject line APC job post.