Head Floor Manager

Head Floor Manager

CATEGORY: Administrative

Caveat
New York, NY 10002
US

Job Details

DESCRIPTION

CAVEAT is New York’s favorite speakeasy stage for playful, intelligent nightlife. Our core creative team includes a recovering theoretical physicist, a renegade museum tour guide, and a one-time Moth StorySlam champion. That love for science and unconventional storytelling is at the heart of Caveat’s booking philosophy: we regularly host comedy, science talks, storytelling, concerts, trivia competitions, live recorded podcasts, and special events that defy description.

Floor Manager responsibilities include but are not limited to: Greeting performers and producers as they arrive for technical rehearsals, coordinating with the tech and bar staff in getting the house prepared for the show, resolving any patron ticketing issues, maintaining proper egress during the show, creating a show report at the end of each shift, and attending weekly production meetings. Floor Managers report directly to the Production Manager.

The ideal candidate is comfortable in fast-paced environments, is proactive, personable, and has an eye to detail. Technical theater or stage management experience is a plus, as is experience with bar or restaurant service. Must be willing to take F-03 and S-95 fireguard certification tests (if not already certified). 

This is a salaried position at 30 hours/week. Shifts are weeknights and weekends (matinees and evenings). 

Caveat is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer and strongly encourages all interested parties to apply. Please send a cover letter, resume, and references to the email address listed with "Floor Manager" in the subject line.

DURATION

October 1, 2019 -

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