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Customer Service / Customer Support

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We are seeking for passionate, motivated well-spoken and overall plain nice candidates to be part of our amazing customer service team.

-Highly skilled multi-taskers with a great attitude and willingness to learn please apply by sending your resume.

-Customer Support and Sales both on the phone and via online chat with customers.

-Full-time positions are available.

-We are a 24/7 company / various shifts needed.

-Growth opportunities.

APPLICANT REQUIREMENTS:

• Excellent communication and customer service skills

• Working knowledge of MS Office, Excel, and Access

• Ability to multi-task

JOB DESCRIPTION:
• Data Entry

• Customer Service

• Phone and walk in sales

• Quality control and customer follow up

• Clerical duties

• Assist other departments when needed

OPPORTUNITIES

• Additional training

• Advancement

• Merchandising

• Salary upgrades

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High Calibre Acting Teacher/ Director

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To be discussed
Application Deadline: 
Friday June 28th 2019

Identity School Of Acting, the UK'S award winning part time drama school, is currently recruiting for HIGH CALIBRE, EXPERIENCED DIRECTOR/ TEACHERS,  to work at their branch in Hollywood.

 

 

Potential candidates, should posses extensive directing/teaching credentials, and be adept at directing actors in all mediums.

 

Submit headshot, resume and and a cover letter ASAP with your application.

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Box Office Associate

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6/27/19

The Groundlings Theatre and School is seeking a part-time Box Office / Front of House Associate to join our dynamic team for immediate hire. Qualified candidates should have strong customer service skills, be a proactive problem solver, and work well in a fast-paced environment. Experience in a theatre or working with Tessitura or similar ticketing platforms is a plus.  Must be available to work evenings and weekends, and can expect 10-15 hours regularly per week. Holiday/seasonal availability a must, as we have holiday shows. 

 

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Audacity of Sound - Joy.Art.Music

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Audacity of Sound is a free, non-stop, immersive and interactive seven-hour, live musical extravaganza  produced by the innovative performing arts organization, Grand Performances. This festival showcases GP’s joyous love for music from around the world and our own back yard championing Los Angeles’ deep talent pool producing signature, one-of-a-kind collaborations telling L.A. stories - both then and now.

 

Grand Performances is looking for volunteers to help with check-in, merch sales, VIP lounge, artist/production assistance, culinary assistance, and overall information guide for the event. 

Volunteer Call Times:

2pm - 6pm

6pm - 10pm

7pm - 11pm 

 

 

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Gallery Manager (Part-Time)

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$23-$25/hr DOE

Tierra del Sol is seeking a part time (24+ hours a week) GALLERY MANAGER.

Tierra del Sol is seeking a highly motivated, well organized, and team-oriented person. The Gallery Manager is the main line of communication between the Tierra del Sol campuses and the gallery director, making sure installations and openings are executed smoothly, didactic materials for the exhibitions are producing, and making sure the gallery is open on time, clean, staffed and professional in appearance, among other tasks. The hours are Thurs – Sun, noon – 6pm in Chinatown Los Angeles plus gallery events.

All aspects of Gallery and Exhibition operations including but not limited to:

  • Be personable with visitors and provide information about the artists and gallery
  • Achieving marketing, installation, preparation deadlines  
  • Communicating between curators, artists, and other personnel  
  • Securing artist works for exhibits  
  • Assisting curator with gathering images, statements, etc. for exhibits  
  • Drafting press releases  
  • Research  
  • Shipping  
  • Producing special displays for events or exhibits (slideshows, etc.)  
  • Ordering vinyl, posters and postcards, etc.  
  • Cleaning the gallery  
  • Purchasing gallery supplies  
  • Producing the gallery checksheet  
  • Managing special events associated specifically with gallery programs  
  • Social Media  
  • Assure consistent monitoring of reception area and greet public
  • Manage and supervise fundraising projects as identified

 

Administrative reporting including but not limited to:

  • Maintain inventory and storage of client artwork and image archive, supervise storage and use of images,
  • Prepare and conduct educational and promotional presentations and tours
  • Maintain/update individual art records including; sales commissions, exhibition records, honors and awards, special commissions, publications, performances, art biographies
  • Answer phones, relay calls, take messages
  • Compile inventories and create supply orders
  • Assist with paperwork for Client Coordinator and Director
  • Other duties as needed and assigned by Director

 

Qualifications Include:

  • At least 2 years of gallery or similar management experience
  • Ability to manage daily art gallery operations, exercise independent judgment, and direct the work of others – including staff, clients and volunteers.
  • A professional, cheerful and polite demeanor, and the ability to work with customers, staff and clients in a professional manner is required.
  • Copy writing skills and ability to type with accuracy and to be able to carefully edit work.
  • Computer skills: Microsoft Word, FileMaker Pro, Photoshop/Adobe Cloud Design software and experience in graphic design and production on Macintosh systems.
  • Art handling and installation experience a plus
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Performing Arts Program Coordinator

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$52,742 to $77,130 and $62,264 to $91,036
Application Deadline: 
5/23/19

DUTIES

A Performing Arts Program Coordinator plans, schedules, coordinates and directs the work of support staff engaged in conducting performing arts programs, technical production activities, and/or box office and patron service operations; promotes public interest in the performing arts through Citywide programs involving citizen and professional participation in musical groups, drama, dance, and musical stage presentations; evaluates and prepares reports on policies and programs affecting the department and the local performing arts community; analyzes and prepares business and financial reports relative to theater operations; prepares and manages budgets for specific activities; applies sound supervisory principles and techniques in building and maintaining an effective workforce; and fulfills equal employment opportunity responsibilities.

REQUIREMENT(S)/MINIMUM QUALIFICATION(S)

  1. Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university; and
  2. Two years of full-time paid experience in performing or instructing music, dance or drama; or planning, coordinating directing and scheduling a music or theater arts program; or managing business and development of theater operations and productions.

Applicants who lack the required education may substitute one year of full-time paid experience for each year of education lacking.

 
PROCESS NOTES

  1. Please note that qualifying education must be from a college or university accredited by a City of Los Angeles recognized agency. A list of approved accrediting agencies can be found at http://per.lacity.org/Accredited%20Institutions%2008-21-08.pdf (Download PDF reader).
  2. Candidates completing the exam process will be contacted by the Personnel Department to provide required proof of qualifying degree and/or coursework.

Applications must be received by MAY 23, 2019.

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