Executive Assistant to the Artistic and Managing Directors

Executive Assistant to the Artistic and Managing Directors

CATEGORY: Administrative

Long Wharf Theatre
New Haven, CT 06511
US

Job Details

DESCRIPTION

Position: Executive Assistant to the Artistic and Managing Directors
Direct Reports: n/a
Reports to: Artistic Director (AD), Managing Director (MD)
Classification: Full-Time, Exempt

The Invitation:

Long Wharf Theatre is about to embark on an unprecedented journey, where art and activism will live side-by-side. We are committed to building a boundary-breaking theatre with, for, and by the New Haven community. We are looking for an Executive Assistant to join our growing community, as we work in partnership to reimagine the experiment that is the American Theater.

 

The Overview:

The Executive Assistant will provide administrative support for Long Wharf Theatre’s Artistic and Managing Directors, and work with the artistic department and other key staff to support LWT’s mission, vision, and values.

 

The Duties:

+ Manage correspondence for the AD and MD.

+ Manage, schedule, and facilitate phone calls.

+ Manage AD and MD’s calendar and schedule appointments on their behalf.

+ Coordinate signing of checks and other documents.

+ Arrange travel and lodging as required.

+ Manage and reconcile monthly credit card statements.

 

The Expertise Needed:

+ Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience

+ Excellent communication and interpersonal skills with a track record of prompt follow up

+ Ability to prioritize and multi-task

+ Excellent organizational skills

+ Attention to detail

+ Excellent Microsoft Office skills

+ Ability to discretely work with sensitive and confidential information

The Salary:

Salary range is $30,000-$35,000, plus benefits and PTO

 

The Timeline:

Position is available immediately. To apply, please submit cover letter and resume to human.resources@longwharf.org with "Executive Assistant" in the subject line.

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