Town Hall Seattle
- Budget: $19/hour
• Responsible for the smooth and efficient execution of rental and Town Hall-produced events.
• Prepare for events by reading through provided materials; formulate a plan for managing the day’s event, and impart this plan to the event staff.
• Act as the primary day-of point of contact between Town Hall and presenters, performers, and rental clients.
• Oversee hourly production staff during events.
• Open building and ensure presentable condition of event spaces, lobbies, restrooms, cafés, and building exterior.
• Ensure the health and safety of building occupants, including talent, by communicating and enforcing State-mandated COVID safety protocols and enacting rigorous cleaning standards.
• Assist members of the public with a variety of special needs, including early and reserved seating for injured or disabled persons.
• Collaborate with technical staff to ensure proper set-up and a clear plan for the run of show.
• For Town Hall-produced events: work with day-of-show production team, introducer, and “talent” to initiate event start; introduce select programs, transition event to Q&A and moderate questions, as needed.
• Reconcile nightly refreshments earnings.
• Submit post-event report in a timely manner. Deposit nightly refreshments, concessions, and box office earnings.
• Attend regular production meetings with the house management team to ensure follow-up on any issues encountered at events.
• Minimum two years of experience in a related field.
• Excellent organizational, supervisory, and customer service skills.
• A current Washington State Food Handler’s Permit and MAST alcohol server’s permit.
• Familiarity with lighting, sound, AV systems and equipment.
• Must be able to work a flexible schedule, nights and weekends, and lift and carry up to 25 lbs.
• Ability to take stairs and to stand or walk about 75% of the time.
• Must be fully vaccinated against coronavirus.
More Information: townhallseattle.org