The Senior Arts & Entertainment Supervisor is responsible for scheduling, implementing and overseeing all of the arts & entertainment programming, which includes supervising volunteers, technical, front of house and event staff, as well as developing all related policies and procedures.
Essential Job Functions • Research, design, plan, promote and evaluate all performing arts, special events, movies and dances. • Create and manage the annual budget for all arts & entertainment events. • Secure talent, negotiate, prepare, administer and monitor contracts, riders, and agreements with artists’ management agencies and booking agents. • Oversee all aspects of performance production logistics including administration, technical support, box office, audience relations and outreach strategies. • Continuously evaluate arts programming to determine success, and revise and enhance plans for increased success. • Oversee and manage existing partnerships and collaborate with arts and community organizations to develop new and ongoing relationships. • Market all performing arts, movies, special events and dances by researching opportunities, overseeing all posting and advertising, managing brochure development and distribution, and other marketing related activities. • Oversee A&E volunteers, including recruiting, training, supporting, and scheduling.
Ancillary Job Functions • Other duties as assigned.
• Minimum five years of experience in the arts, including theater operations, box office management, patron services, and marketing. • Must maintain a valid, current driver’s license. • Must maintain current CPR AED certification.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities – May be representative, but not all-inclusive, of those knowledge, skills and abilities commonly associated with this position. • Knowledge of arts & entertainment programming. • Knowledge of marketing principles and analysis. • Demonstrated excellence in customer service. • Knowledge of budget preparation and management. • Ability to analyze contracts and negotiate contractual terms. • Strong interpersonal skills, with the ability to interact and collaborate with all levels of management, staff, members, and the public. • Demonstrated initiative, motivation and self-discipline to work independently and apply excellent decision making skills. • Excellent organizational skills and the ability to handle multiple priorities and meet deadlines. • Ability to supervise, train, and evaluate programs and personnel. • Strong knowledge of, and experience with, computer software applications, including Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint). • Fluent in the English language.
Additional Salary Information: Excellent benefits package with generous time off policies.
About Green Valley Recreation, Inc.
Green Valley Recreation, Inc. (GVR) is a nonprofit organization serving the leisure, social, and educational needs of the active adult and retirement community of Green Valley, Arizona. We provide many services and activities to a private membership base of over 13,480 households. Our members enjoy many drop-in amenities such as fitness centers, billiards, pickleball, Bocce, shuffleboard, horseshoes, tennis, swimming pools, spas, and more, all available year-round! GVR also provides activities such as dances, films, special events, and concerts, which vary each month. There are a number of special interest clubs that members can join and, in addition, there are hundreds of special interest classes offered each year.