The Associate Director is a critical part of the Athena Cinema team. The position collaborates on all Athena Cinema projects and initiatives and works with all stakeholders to meet and balance the needs of the venue, staff and patrons.
Manages and maintains relationships with internal and external stakeholders. Manages member fulfillment and member services. Supports all grant activity through logistical management and reporting. 30% of time
The Associate Director coordinates all production and operational elements of theater events, including Sustainability Series, Met Opera: Live in HD, Ohio University Family Weekend, Athens International Film + Video Festival, programming as well as dozens of community rentals, campus rentals and special events. 20% of time
This position serves a critical role in collaborating with the director on evolving mission and vision of the Athena Cinema as a premiere cultural arts institution and supporting projects to expand and improve the organization. Responsible for creating reports including annual reports and member reports. Works with director to establish best practices, ensure safety compliance and follow industry standards. 15% of time
Participates in all team building, visioning and growth of Athena initiatives by attending weekly meetings, co-leading student staff meetings and providing support to the director as needed. Maintain the website, social media and digital communications. Coordinates all special event and first-run theatrical programming and communicates to all outlets. Receives, coordinates, and communicates all special event requirements and accommodations. 15% of time
Provide leadership and supervision to student staff, including training, scheduling, managing and mentoring student staff. Work to revise, develop and implement updated, new and improved theater policies and staffing procedures and oversee all current policy documentation. 20% of time
At least a Bachelor's degree. At least one (1) year of related experience, with at least one (1) year of management experience. Excellent computer and office skills, including Word and Excel.
Preference given to candidate with knowledge or background in film industry or theatrical exhibition; experience working with student and community sector; experience with event operations; experience with grant writing and fundraising; exceptional organizational, multi-tasking, and experience with fiscal management and POS systems
Planning Unit: College of Fine Arts
Department: Fine Arts, Dean's Office
Applicants may contact this person if they have questions about this position: Kari Saunier, email@example.com
Employment Type: full-time regular
Commensurate with credentials. Employees also enjoy a generous benefits package, which includes health benefits, paid time off, and educational benefits for employees and eligible dependents.
Internal Number: 41065
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