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Operations Maintenance Assistance
Posted October 23, 2020Contact Us
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The Operations Maintenance Assistant is responsible for the general upkeep of the Shubert venue, excluding the performance space. This position ensures the theatre is well maintained and able to meet the needs of its users and patrons.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Maintains the Historic Shubert Theatre through different projects as assigned.
- Provides quality work while understanding timelines and project completion dates.
- Performs general maintenance of the building including but not limited to painting, light cleaning and small repair.
- Installs and sets up items such as desks, chairs and other office equipment.
- Performs event set ups, which may include pipe and drape, chairs and tables throughout the building.
- Works with outside vendors to maintain fire equipment such as the fire pump, fire extinguishers and exit lights.
- Receives, logs and distributes deliveries.
- Organizes and inventories the Shubert's supplies.
- Ensures that the exterior grounds are clean and safe for patrons and staff including the removal of trash, debris and snow as needed.
- Performs other tasks as assigned.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
- A strong understanding of theatre venues and scheduling.
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications and google calendar.
- Ability to communicate effectively with patrons, crew members and staff.
- Ability to think quickly on your feet to resolve issues in a safe, calm and effective manner.
- Ability to quickly adapt to a changing environment.
- Strong attention-to-detail.
- Ability to keep nonpublic information confidential.
- Ability to lift up to 50lbs and be able to stand for up to 4 hours.
- Ability to bend at the knees and hips as well as use ladders to reach high locations.
Credentials and Experience
- High School Diploma /GED
- 1-2 years' experience in general building maintenance and repair.
- Due to the nature of this performing arts venue, flexibly in scheduling is needed.