House Manager (Part-Time Over-Hire)
AMDA College and Conservatory of the Performing Arts is one of the foremost performing arts colleges in the country with campuses in Los Angeles and New York City. The school offers Bachelor of Fine Arts degree programs in Acting, Musical Theatre, Dance Theatre and Performing Arts as well as two year conservatory programs.
The Part-Time Over-Hire House Manager will be responsible for maintaining a structure conducive to providing the best in customer care for theater patrons and visitors. This position is on call and/or as needed. There is no guarantee of hours. Hours will vary depending on Semester show Calendar.
- Overseeing the Lobby and Theater areas prior to and during performances.
- Managing student usher crew
- Manage Reservation lists and any Box Office needs.
- Filing evening reports at the close of each performance.
- Directing patrons and assisting other production staff with pre-performance procedures.
- Bachelor's degree (minimum) or comparable educational or professional experience.
- Previous collegiate and/or professional experience managing and training.
- Arts background particularly in Front of House preferred
- Must be available nights and weekend.
- Excellent interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills
- Exceptional customer service skills.
- Proven ability to work well under pressure and prioritize multiple projects.
COVID19 Vaccine Policy:
AMDA has a mandatory COVID-19 vaccine policy commencing at the beginning of the fall semester (10/18/21) for all employees who will be working on campus.
For information regarding requests for religious or medical accommodations, please contact the Human Resources Department at
Diversity and Qualifications:
- AMDA is fully committed to diversity, inclusivity, and equity throughout the teaching and learning process. We encourage applications from individuals who have extensive experience working with students from diverse backgrounds.
- Successful candidates will have a sensitivity to, and understanding of, the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds of our students, including disabilities that may affect students' development and learning styles.
- Members of traditionally underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply.