Box Office Customer Agent: The Department of Theatre, Dance & Film is hiring 6-8 outgoing, courteous and self-motivated students as Customer Agents in their Box Office. Individuals must have a desire to interface in a positive manner with the public as an ambassador of the College. An interest and passion for the arts is a plus. Duties include working with performing arts customers, selling and distributing tickets, and utilizing polite phone etiquette. Individual must also be detail oriented, organized, and extremely trustworthy. The Roschel box office is open between noon and 6pm, Monday through Friday. On performance nights, students must also be available to work for approximately 1.5 hours. (In addition to being paid, the employee receives two free tickets each time he/she works on a performance night.) Students may work up to 10 hours a week and are paid $7.25 per hour. Contact Bonnie Bosso, Production Manager for the TDF Department at
Costume Shop Stitcher: Costume stitchers needed for construction and maintenance of costumes for Theatre, Dance & Film Department productions. Both hand and machine sewing involved. Some wig and makeup work involved. Experience helpful, but will train enthusiastic beginner. (4-6) positions Fall, Winter, Spring. Shop hours are 8:30-4:30 Monday-Friday. Pay is standard at $7.25/hour. Please contact Virginia West at .
Film Equipment Assistant: Responsible students needed for film department equipment room. Will have frequent contact with film department faculty and production manager, who will provide appropriate training. Primary duties will include checking in and out film equipment, keeping meticulous track of inventory, and reporting any necessary repairs/replacements to production manager. Will also require some technical and editing assistance when working with film students. Schedule is adaptable and will be determined at a later time, but will likely include evening hours on weekdays. Pay is standard at $7.25/hour. Please contact Zach Reese at with any questions. (1-2) Fall and Spring semester positions are available.
Graphics Assistant Intern: The Production and PR Manager of the Theatre, Dance and Film Department is hiring a Graphics Assistant Intern for the Fall and Spring semesters of 2012/13. A sophomore student is preferred; a current TDF student employee will train the position. The Intern will aid the Production and PR Manager in promoting and supporting TDF presentations and events through the development of promotional materials, and through website and social media interface. Interested candidates must have skills in Microsoft Office. Skills in graphic design programs (Adobe Suite- Photoshop, Photoshop Elements, Illustrator or InDesign,) printing / publishing knowledge, and basic HTML skills are a plus. An interest and passion in graphic arts and marketing are critical, and an interest in the performing arts is helpful. The Intern may also be asked to backup the Roschel Box Office staff for special events. Students may work up to 10 hours per week and are paid $7.25 per hour. Contact Bonnie Bosso, Production and PR Manager at .
Production and PR Assistant: The Production and PR Manager of the Theatre, Dance and Film Department is hiring an Assistant. The individual must be out-going and self-motivated, and have a desire to interact with individuals from within the F&M community as well as from the community at large. This position will assist with the manager’s duties in both production, and in promoting the Department’s events. Microsoft office proficiency is required. A knowledge and passion for the arts, especially the theatre arts, is also a must. No assignment should be considered “too small”. Student may work up to 10 hours a week and is paid $8.00 per hour. Contact Bonnie Bosso, Production and PR Manager at .
Senior Box Office Customer Agent: The Department of Theatre, Dance & Film is hiring an outgoing, courteous and self-motivated individual as the Senior Customer Agent in their Box Office. Experience within the Roschel Box Office is a prerequisite. Individual must have a desire to interface in a positive manner with the public as an ambassador of the College, and with his/her peers. Individual must also be detail oriented, organized, and extremely trustworthy. In addition to performing the regular duties of a Box Office Agent, the student will act as a liaison between the staff and the Production and PR Manager. Student will be involved in scheduling, payroll, and general communication with the other Agents. Student will also perform other duties as assigned, and will be the next line of supervision for the staff in the event of the Manager’s absence. The Roschel box office is open between noon and 6pm, Monday through Friday. On performance nights, student must also be available to work for approximately 1.5 hours. (In addition to being paid, the employee receives two free tickets each time he/she works on a performance night.) Students may work up to 10 hours a week and are paid $7.75 per hour. Contact Bonnie Bosso, Production Manager for the TDF Department at
Theatre, Dance & Film Office Assistant: One to two student(s) needed for clerical and office work. Web content skills are a definite plus. Frequent contact with theatre directors, student actors, and dance directors and performers to help with preparation in gathering information for production programs. Assist Department Coordinator with shopping, decorating, and setting up for TDF student picnic, holiday party, and end-of-year senior events. Other duties include, but not limited to, creating spreadsheets; daily mail and campus errands; poster and flyer postings; filing; answering phone and taking messages. Previous office work experience and good telephone skills are a must. Office hours are 8:30-4:30 Monday - Friday. Pay is standard at $7.25/hour. Please contact Ms. Jill Simeral at . Fall, Winter, Spring, and possibly Summer.
Theatre & Dance Technical Assistant: Student(s) needed to take leadership roles in the successful completions of the department of Theatre, Dance & Film productions. These include three mainstage theatre productions and two mainstage dance concerts annually. Additional TDF projects are supported as well. Work involves all aspects of stagecraft including: carpentry using hand and power tools, metal work, rigging, hanging and focusing lights, setting up sound equipment, etc. The work involves heavy lifting, climbing ladders and scaffolding, working at heights on the aforementioned equipment as well as the catwalk system in the Schnader Theatre. All interested students are encouraged to apply. Ongoing training is provided. Prior experience in theatre, carpentry or electrics is a plus. We attempt to develop an enthusiastic shop staff that enjoys the work and working together. If you are a student looking for active work this could be a position for you. Work hours are 1-5pm Monday-Friday and some weekends. Pay is standard at $7.25 hour. Contact Rob Marenick, Technical Director at . (12) Fall, Spring