Nov 8, 2023

City of Simi Valley

City of Simi Valley Cultural Arts Center


Under general direction, manages all technical aspects of performances, meetings, virtual events; maintains equipment, orders materials and manages tech budget; trains and supervises all tech personnel; assists and works with all renters and users of the facility; assists in developing and implementing policies and procedures related to the theater and stage; serves as in-house advisor
and liaison to manage IT for all matters pertaining to IT/computer systems, phones, A/V equipment,
and virtual streaming equipment and software; serves as onsite staff representative for all events and provides technical assistance where needed.

Salary: $64,412.19 – $82,324.11 annually

To Apply, please visit here by November 27, 2023.

This recruitment is open until filled. The first review of applications will occur on 11/27/2023. This recruitment may close at any time.


We are proud to offer a comprehensive and competitive benefits package in which medical is fully paid for most plans (including family coverage) as specified in the current employee group contract, a full calendar of employee appreciation events and activities, and many additional benefits including:

2% @ 55 CalPERS formula for Classic members (includes Individuals who were active members of a reciprocal public retirement system within the last six months, or were previously employed with the City of Simi Valley and enrolled in CalPERS prior to January 1, 2013), 4th Level Survivor Benefit, and single-highest year final compensation.
2% @ 62 CalPERS formula for New members, 4th Level Survivor Benefit, and three-year average highest final compensation.
401(k) with a Roth option; City match up to $200 per month. Employees may also participate in a 457 plan.
The City does not participate in the Social Security system; therefore, there is no FICA deduction from wages except for Medicare hospital insurance protection.
The City contributes $200/month to a health care reimbursement program for retiree medical.
Health Insurance: Coverage available as early as the 1st of the month following the start date. A variety of PPO and HMO plans are available through the CalPERS Health Program. After the City contribution of $151 per month and up to $2,269.44 per month in “Simiflex Dollars,” Health insurance costs the employee $0 to $218.04 per month for family coverage depending on the plan chosen. “Simiflex Dollars” can be used to offset the cost of medical, dental, and/or vision insurance, or other optional benefits. Medical and dependent care flexible spending accounts are also available.
Prescription Drug Plan: Major retail options and mail order program.
Dental Insurance: After the City contribution of up to $100 per month, Dental insurance from Delta Dental costs the employee $0 to $31.10 per month for family coverage depending on the plan chosen.
Vision Insurance: After the City contribution of $19.80 per month, Vision insurance from VSP costs the employee $2.66 per month for family coverage.
Employee Assistance Program (EAP): Confidential counseling and referral service to help employees and their household members resolve personal problems, provided by Aetna.
Optional Insurance from AFLAC: Available plans include accident, cancer, hospital, and critical care.
Paid Leave:
227.5 hours per year of paid time off (one bank of time that combines vacation and sick leave) which has the option to be cashed out. Accruals increase at 5 years and 10 years of service.
11 paid holidays per year and one floating holiday per year.
Employee & Dependent Life Insurance, Short-Term & Long-Term Disability Plans provided at City expense.
Tuition Reimbursement: Up to $1,600 per year.
Alternative Work Schedules: Many positions offer a 9/80 schedule with alternative Monday or Friday off.