Looking for a fast-paced, fun-filled career?

Come Work at the Theatre!

JOIN OUR TEAM!

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

Assist Music Director with all the music for said production
Assist with the rearranging of the scores when necessary
Assist with transpositions when necessary
Serve as full time rehearsal accompanist for rehearsal process
Play at all assigned performances (Keyboard II and also covering the podium)
*please note the show is “stick conducted”.
Play for occasional special events/cabarets as needed and as determined by management

Successful candidate will have superior knowledge of:

The musical theater cannon
Accompanying for musical theater
Keyboard programming – i.e. Apple Mainstage
Basic computer music notation skills (Finale) – knowledge of orchestrating and arranging a major plus!

Successful candidates will be exceptional keyboardists with extensive experience running complicated
programming and also possess strong organizational and communication skills. Working collaboratively
as part of a hard working team is absolutely necessary and candidates should be self-directed and
motivated.
Arrive: 10/21/24
Start: 10/22/24
End: 12/29 with possible (likely) ext. to 1/5
The Associate Music Director will be paid a weekly salary with free, single occupancy company housing.

To apply:

Please send the following materials to Ben McNaboe, Fulton Theatre Music Supervisor and
Resident Conductor (bmcnaboe@thefulton.org)
1. 3 recordings of your playing (video strongly preferred). Pieces should be from the musical theater
genre – at least one dance break/excerpt OR overture excerpt. Please show different styles and
send recording of only you playing.
2. Video(s) of conducting, with baton, from the podium. Performance material ideal.
3. Resume
4. Cover letter
5. Three work related references (not written), which includes their phone numbers and email
addresses
The Fulton Theatre is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer

Description:

The Fulton Theatre seeks a Major Gifts Officer who will oversee donor engagement and strategic fundraising initiatives by successfully identifying, cultivating, soliciting, and stewarding major gift donors at the level of $10,000+. Personally build meaningful donor relationships, increase annual support, secure multi-year gift commitments, and conceive strategies that build a comprehensive prospect pipeline for the organization. As a member of the Development Team, the Major Gifts Officer will manage major gift giving circles and collaborate with the Executive Director of Development and Executive Artistic Producer to achieve ambitious fundraising goals.

Responsibilities include but not limited to:

· Develop and oversee a portfolio of individual donors $10,000+, with an emphasis on upgrading annual gifts and securing new gifts at this level

· Identify annual financial goals for donor portfolio and strive to meet / surpass those goals

· Lead donor cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship activities for current and prospective donors of $10,000+

· Coordinate efforts with Fulton Theatre leadership, Board volunteers, and other colleagues to develop new ways to cultivate, engage, and steward major gifts donors

· Develop new and refined strategies to find new sources of growth from high-net-worth individuals

· Manage prospect research, gift tracking, and reporting systems

· Coordinate major gift donor benefits including accuracy of program lists and other recognition, monitor VIP ticketing, and facilitate needs related to special events

· Collaborate with Executive Director of Development and Executive Artistic Producer on forecasting and tracking of major gifts

· Assist with arrangements for major gifts donor cultivation by Fulton Theatre Board members and volunteers

· Attend donor functions, events, assist volunteers as necessary, and be available to provide high-level hospitality as needed

· Participate in weekly meetings with the Development and Marketing Teams and Executive Artistic Producer, as well as participate in other staff meetings as needed

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:

· Demonstrated effectiveness in securing major gifts and strong ability to convey the case for support to inspire leadership level investment in the Fulton Theatre

· Ability to work effectively with senior management, department heads, board trustees, and donors

· Excellent writing/editing, customer service, and verbal communication skills

· Strong analytical ability and attention to detail

· Ability to create financial reports and participate in portfolio forecasting

· Research skills with experience on qualifying existing and new major gifts prospects

· Ability to work independently but also collaboratively on simultaneous projects with other internal departments

· Familiarity with nonprofit database systems; experience with Tessitura a plus

· PC, Google Suite and Microsoft Office proficient

· Knowledge of the Lancaster / Central Pennsylvania arts and culture sector, as well as industry trends

Desired Experience and Knowledge:

· Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree

· 3-5 years of not-for-profit individual giving experience, ideally in the performing arts area

To Apply:

The Fulton Theatre is an equal opportunity employer and provider. Interested applicants please apply directly through our online application: https://recruiting.paylocity.com/recruiting/jobs/Details/2547850/Fulton-Theatre-Company/Major-Gifts-Officer.
Applicants selected for an interview will be asked for three professional references. Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.

About Fulton Theatre:

The mission of the Fulton Theatre is to create and produce exceptional
theatre that moves the collective soul of our community and honors our national historic landmark.

The Fulton first opened its doors in 1852. 160+ years later, this national historic landmark theatre
continues to entertain, educate and delight audiences, bringing live theatre, music, and more than
120,000 patrons into downtown Lancaster annually. Today, the Fulton Theatre produces a mix of
comedies, dramas and musicals, employing the talents of professional directors, designers, playwrights
from across the country. The Fulton also offers classes for children, teens and adults as well as numerous
community engagement programs across the region.

Summary

The cashier is responsible for taking drink and concession orders in addition to helping restock,
clean and maintain the bar. Weekend availability required. Must be reliable.

Responsibilities include:

 Ability to calculate sales and change quickly
 Accountability and accuracy in reconciling sales receipts
 Oriented toward serving others and helping customers
 Customer-service skills
 Ability to lift up to 50 pounds
 Excellent verbal communication
 Ability to work in a fast-paced, stressful environment
 Attention to detail
 Knowledge of point-of-sale systems

Required Qualifications and Skills:

 RAMP Server/Seller Training (Responsible Alcohol Management Program)
 Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
 Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
 Experience working with Point of Sales systems such as Square
 Ability to work in a fast-paced, upbeat, and ever-changing environment

Desired Experience and Knowledge:

 Strong verbal customer service skills
 Equivalent work experience preferred

To Apply:

Applicants for this position should email CBuffington@thefulton.org to arrange an
interview.

About the Fulton Theatre:

The mission of the Fulton Theatre is to create and produce exceptional theatre
that moves the collective soul of our community and honors our national historic landmark.
The Fulton first opened its doors in 1852. 165 years later, this national historic landmark theatre continues to
entertain, educate and delight audiences, bringing live theatre, music, and more than 120,000 patrons into
downtown Lancaster annually. Today, the Fulton Theatre produces a mix of comedies, dramas and musicals,
employing the talents of professional directors, designers, playwrights from across the country. The Fulton
also offers classes for children, teens and adults as well as numerous community engagement programs across
the region.

Summary:

The bartender is responsible for taking drink and orders in addition to helping restock, clean and maintain the bar. Weekend availability required. Must be reliable.

Responsibilities include:

Provides a pleasant drinking experience to customers.
Serves drinks while maintaining a clean and sanitary bar area.
Attends to the detail and presentation of each order.
Prepares and maintains ingredients by following recipes.
Adheres to proper alcohol handling, sanitation, and safety procedures, and maintains appropriate dating, labeling, and rotation of all beverage items.
Coordinates daily supply inventory for bar and submits orders to supervisor; assists with receipt of deliveries.
Contributes to daily, holiday, and theme drink menus in collaboration with supervisor.
Ensures smooth operation of bar services during absence of supervisor.
Completes cleaning according to daily and weekly schedules, including dishwashing as needed.
Assists with orienting new employees to their work area.
Listens to customer complaints and suggestions and resolves complaints.
Instructs personnel in use of new equipment and cleaning methods and provides efficient and effective methods of maintaining work area.
Participates in and/or contributes to programs, committees, or projects designed to improve quality of service and employee productivity.

Required Qualifications and Skills

RAMP Server/Seller Training (Responsible Alcohol Management Program)
Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
Ability to work in a fast-paced, upbeat, and ever-changing environment

Desired Experience and Knowledge:

Strong verbal customer service skills
Equivalent work experience preferred

To Apply:

Applicants for this position should email CBuffington@thefulton.org to arrange an interview.

About the Fulton Theatre:

The mission of the Fulton Theatre is to create and produce exceptional theatre that moves the collective soul of our community and honors our national historic landmark.

The Fulton first opened its doors in 1852. 165 years later, this national historic landmark theatre continues to entertain, educate and delight audiences, bringing live theatre, music, and more than 120,000 patrons into downtown Lancaster annually. Today, the Fulton Theatre produces a mix of comedies, dramas and musicals, employing the talents of professional directors, designers, playwrights from across the country. The Fulton also offers classes for children, teens and adults as well as numerous community engagement programs across the region.

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