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Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

Assisting Music Director with all the music for said productions
Assisting with the rearranging of the scores when necessary
Assisting with transpositions when necessary
Ensuring (or assisting with) that all music rehearsals, singing and dancing, are accompanied
Playing at rehearsals as determined by the Musical Director of each production
Playing at all assigned performances (Keyboard II and also covering the Key1/Cond chair)
Play for occasional special events/cabarets as needed and as determined by management

Successful candidate will have superior knowledge of ...

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

Successful candidates will 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.

Employment Dates: Monday 9/5/2022 - 1/2/2023

Shows:
KINKY BOOTS - Reh: 9/6, Open: 9/15, Close: 10/23
WHITE CHRISTMAS - Reh: 10/27, Open: 11/17, Close: 12/31

The Associate Music Director will be paid a weekly salary with free 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 theatre genre – at least one dance break/excerpt OR overture excerpt. Please
show different styles and send recording of only you playing.
2. Resume
3. Cover letter
4. Three work related references (not written), which includes their phone numbers and
email addresses

Vaccination:All employees must be fully vaccinated against the Covid-19 virus prior to arrival at Fulton Theatre

Covid Guidelines: All employees and Educational Fellowship Participants will adhere to all
Federal, State, and local governments Covid-19 guidelines, CDC Covid-19 guidelines and
Fulton’s Covid-19 guidelines while employed by Fulton Theatre.
All Covid Guidelines are subject to change.
The Fulton Theatre is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer

ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION:

The Fulton Theatre is a contemporary, dynamic and growing theatrical producing organization housed in a National Historic Landmark building in the heart of a vibrant and thriving small city, Lancaster, PA. Our mission is to create and produce exceptional theatre that moves the collective soul of our community and honors our national historic landmark. A professional regional theatre since 1983, The Fulton has recently completed a $30 million dollar capital campaign and construction project, vastly enlarging our footprint, creating new rehearsal and performance venues, exciting gathering spaces, providing state of the art technical upgrades, enhancing facilities and amenities for patrons and artists, and supporting our endowment fund. We serve more than 200,000 people each year through our Mainstage, Groff and Family Series productions and our extensive education and outreach programs. As a major draw for visitors to Lancaster City, we have an annual financial impact of $23 million to the region’s economy. Learn more about us at https://thefulton.org/

ABOUT THE POSITION:

The Fulton Theatre is seeking a Chief Financial Officer (CFO) to serve as part of the Executive Leadership Team, reporting directly to the Executive Artistic Producer/CEO and responsive to the Board of Trustees. The CFO will be responsible for the management, oversight and performance of all financial and accounting functions at the Fulton, ensuring transparency, sustainability and compliance. As leader of the Finance and Accounting team, the CFO will oversee financial forecasting, analysis, reporting, accounting and budgeting. The CFO will use their expertise to advise and partner with teams across the organization to enhance budgeting and financial planning abilities, internal controls, and further develop accountability for and ownership of financial performance among managers and staff.

KEY FUNCTIONS:

- Lead the preparation, implementation and ongoing management of the annual operating and capital budgets and occasional capital campaign budgets.

- Manage all finance and accounting functions of an $8 million+ annual operating company including: contributed and earned revenue; accounts payable and accounts receivable; payroll; cash flow management; federal and state annual reporting and payment; vendor management; bank accounts, investment and endowment accounts; fixed assets and debt/ equity financing; and financial reports.

- Plan, organize and manage the activities of staff supporting the Finance and Accounting functions; determine workflows and assignments; regularly evaluate accounting procedures and practices.

- Develop and manage dynamic financial and business planning models with performance metrics that drive strategy, functional reporting and the annual budgeting process.
Partner with the CEO and Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees on key strategic issues and decision making informed by rigorous financial analyses, risk assessments and due diligence.

- Prepare financial reports and documents for internal and external stakeholders, including preparation and review of financial data for grant reporting requirements and for grant proposals, monthly Statements of Financial Position and Activities, annual audits and Form 990’s.

- Manage the annual audit and maintain relations with external auditors, ensuring all financial audits and related filings are completed on-time and in good standing.

- Serve as the company liaison with bankers, accountants, tax attorneys, and the Finance, Audit and Investment Committee of the Board of Trustees.

- Negotiate with creditors, service providers and other financial entities.

- Administer insurance policies, including general liability, property, directors and officers, and workers’ compensation. Maintain positive relationships with brokers and insurance carriers.

SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:

The ideal candidate will possess:

- 5+ years of experience as a CFO, Controller or Director of Finance in a non-profit performing arts organization.

- Strong understanding of non-profit accounting principles and practices.

- Non-profit accounting experience with ticket sales, multiple revenue streams, contributed income, capital and endowment funds, audit process, capital campaign budgeting and cash flow management.

- Demonstrated success managing revenue and expenses; planning and managing effective systems of internal controls.

- Exceptional strategic and analytical skills, including financial modeling, planning, forecasting and data analytics.

- Experience with Sage Intacct or other financial software. Familiarity with Tessitura is highly desirable.

- Outstanding written and verbal communication skills.

- Ability and willingness to problem solve and collaborate with others.

- Proactive, positive attitude, strong work ethic, and a sense of humor.

- A commitment to equity, diversity and inclusion with an ability to effectively work with people of different cultures and socio-economic backgrounds, free from prejudice and aggression.

- Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, Finance or Business Administration is strongly recommended. An MBA, Masters in Finance, Certified Public Accountant or Certified Management Accountant designations are desirable.

COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS:

Salary and benefits will be competitive and commensurate with experience.

EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS:

Vaccination: All employees must be fully vaccinated against the Covid-19 virus prior to arrival at Fulton Theatre.
Covid Guidelines: All employees and Educational Fellowship Participants will adhere to all Federal, State, and local governments Covid-19 guidelines, CDC Covid-19 guidelines and Fulton’s Covid-19 guidelines while employed by Fulton theatre. All Covid Guidelines are subject to change.

To Apply:

The Fulton Theatre is an equal opportunity employer. Interested applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to jobs@thefulton.org with “CFO” in the subject line. Applicants selected for an interview will be asked for three professional references. Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to

Assisting the Technical Director & Shop Supervisor in completing assigned projects;
building, installation and maintenance of scenic elements; assisting with all aspects of
load-in/strike/load-out; maintaining the scene shop and working with CAD and hand
drawings.

Experience/Skills

Successful candidate will be a strong MIG welder and carpenter, familiar with
scenic construction techniques, have attention to detail, and can work with others as well as
independently. Valid Driver’s License is a must.

Ability to drive up to a 26’ box truck is a plus.

Work Environment

- Fast-paced work environment.
- Frequent long intervals of walking, standing, bending, and lifting.
- Evening and weekend work.

EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS

Vaccination: All employees must be fully vaccinated against the Covid-19 virus prior to arrival at Fulton Theatre

Covid Guidelines: All employees and Educational Fellowship Participants will adhere to all Federal, State, and local government's Covid-19 guidelines, CDC Covid-19 guidelines, and Fulton’s Covid-19 guidelines while employed by Fulton theatre.

All Covid Guidelines are subject to change.

ABOUT FULTON THEATRE

Fulton Theatre operates under an agreement between the League of Resident Theaters (LORT) and Actors’ Equity Association, the Union for Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States and employs members of Stage Directors and Choreographers Society and United Scenic Artists. The theatre is also a member of the National Alliance for Musical Theatre, Theatre for Young Audiences/USA, and the American Alliance for Theatre and Education. Designated a National Historic Landmark in 1969 by the U.S. Department of the Interior, the theatre was also a founding member of the League of Historic American Theaters

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.

Diversity and inclusion are core values at Fulton Theatre. We are passionate about building and sustaining an inclusive and equitable working environment for all employees and Educational Fellowship Participants. We believe every member on our team enriches our diversity by exposing us to a broad range of ways to understand and engage with the world, identify challenges, and discover, design, and deliver solutions.

Fulton Theatre provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all applicants for employment and Educational Fellowship positions without regard to gender, race, color, creed, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, political persuasion or belief, marital status, familial status, physical or mental disability, veteran status, or status as a whistleblower. All persons are encouraged to apply.

TO APPLY

Please send applications with references to bmiller@thefulton.org.

Job Purpose:

The Lead Electrician is a position in the Production Department and reports to the Lighting Director. The Lead Electrician is responsible for the implementation (Load In, Maintenance and Strike) of lighting for Fulton Theatre productions as specified by the Lighting Director, as well as, the running of assigned performances. The Production Department also provides support to ancillary projects as needed throughout the performing arts complex.

Job Duties:

The Lead Electrician will work closely with designers, directors, stage managers, stagehands, and actors while maintaining the Fulton Theatre’s core values of integrity, inclusivity and collaboration. The Lead Electrician must be able to commit to a standard production schedule consisting of: daytime, evenings and weekends. Performance schedules vary from 6 to 10 shows per week on our main stage. Production assignments are dependent upon the Theatre’s seasonal calendar and will change from year to year.

Participate in and encourage a safe, healthy and inclusive working atmosphere. Support, enforce and recommend improvement to Fulton Theatre’s policies and procedures.
Maintain a positive, flexible and respectful attitude.
Communicate clearly and regularly with the Lighting Director about department or show-running issues.
Demonstrate efficient time-management and ability to work unsupervised as required.
Hang, cable, and focus lighting instruments to conform to a designer’s plot.
Install and maintain color media as described on a designer’s plot.
Wire and install special effects that require electrical service.
Enter light cues, as created by the lighting designer, into control systems.
Operate the control systems that run the lighting/video cues as directed by the show schedule.
Manage, maintain and operate performance related electrics systems and equipment to ensure the timely and accurate realization of all lighting elements
At the close of a production, remove all lighting elements and restore the theatre to neutral to receive the next production as needed.
Supervise electrics crew in build, load-in, run and strike.
Communicate with lighting designers in order to facilitate designs.
Attend production and electrics department related meetings.
Provide feedback to the Lighting Director on feasibility and costs of lighting designs.
Work with all departments to set work schedules on stage and in shops.
Attend all technical and lighting rehearsals.
Maintain a clean and safe workspace.
Additional duties as assigned by the Lighting Director.

Skills & Qualifications

Required Qualifications and Skills:
Minimum Bachelor's Degree in Technical Theatre or equivalent experience.
Minimum 3 years experience in theatre electrics.
Effective communication with all levels of staff.
Extensive knowledge of electrical equipment
Experience in lighting design.
Basic knowledge of computer networking.
A desire to learn new skills and technologies.

Desired Qualifications:
Experience programming ETC EOS family consoles.
Experience building a variety of practicals and incorporating lighting elements into scenery including rope light, belt light, LED tape, wireless dimming, and battery operated props.
Reading and understanding technical drawings.
An understanding of theatrical lighting and video equipment including lighting fixtures, dimmers, projectors, LED video walls, and control systems.
Working knowledge of the optical capabilities of lenses and reflectors.
Knowledge of basic electricity and stage lighting skills that relate to the implementation of theatrical effects.
Knowledge, ability and experience in the hanging, rigging, and focusing of theatrical lighting and projection equipment.
Maintain the “look” of a play during its run, including system maintenance, channel check. Ensuring that all elements remain visually consistent with the design and safe for use by the actors.
Experience in the repair of lighting fixtures.
Computer skills that relate to lighting systems, controllers, and documentation. Vectorworks, LightWright, MBox, Google Workspace, Slack.
The ability to recognize and repeat lighting choices (focus, color, and cueing) throughout the duration of a production run.
Has experience with theatre production in general, rigging and run crew in specific, and familiarity with the most up-to-date technology and equipment being used in the industry.
Demonstrated experience in professional technical live performance (may include educational experience).
Clear understanding of the artistic process.
Good communication skills.
A positive, professional and collaborative attitude even during periods of high pressure.
Basic carpentry and rigging experience.
Experience tracking and maintaining budgets.

Working Conditions:

The Lead Electrician is a dynamic position that requires working in a variety of different environments which may include: scene shop, theatre spaces, and rehearsal spaces. Position requires a flexible schedule, including periodic long hours, irregular hours, nights, weekends and holidays as required. The Lead Electrician may be asked to work at heights up to 60’, must be able to work from ladders, drive a vehicle, lift/move up to 50 lbs. and use industrial tools.

Physical Requirements:

While performing the duties of this position, the employee is constantly required to talk or hear. The employee frequently is required to use hands or fingers to handle, or feel objects, tools or controls. The employee is occasionally required to stand; walk; sit; reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee may at times be required to wear an air-purifying respirator. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate to high.

Specific vision abilities required by this position include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, and the ability to adjust focus.

Compensation:

$42,000/year with Benefits

Desired Start Date:

September 1st, 2022, can be flexible for the right candidate.

Vaccination

PLEASE NOTE: The Fulton Theatre has implemented a COVID-19 requirement, all employees must be vaccinated and present proof of their vaccination.

To Apply:

Applicants for this position should email resume, cover letter, and 3 professional references to lighting@thefulton.org

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. 170 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. Since its inception, some of the brightest stars of theatre, music and film have appeared on its stage, including Sarah Bernhardt, Mark Twain, Lionel Barrymore, Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong, W.C. Fields, George M. Cohan, Treat Williams and Lancaster’s own Jonathan Groff.

Today, under the leadership of Executive Artistic Producer Marc Robin, 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.

Job Purpose:

The Production Electrician is a position in the Production Department and reports to the Lighting Director. The Production Electrician is responsible for assisting in the implementation (Load In, Maintenance and Strike) of lighting for Fulton Theatre productions as specified by the Lighting Director and Lead Electrician, as well as, maintaining lighting department assets and spaces. The Production Department also provides support to ancillary projects as needed throughout the performing arts complex.

Job Duties:

The Production Electrician will work closely with the Lead Electrician, Lighting Director, and stagehands while maintaining the Fulton Theatre’s core values of integrity, inclusivity and collaboration. The Production Electrician must be able to commit to a standard production schedule consisting of: daytime, evenings, and weekends as needed.

Participate in and encourage a safe, healthy and inclusive working atmosphere. Support, enforce and recommend improvement to Fulton Theatre’s policies and procedures.
Maintain a positive, flexible and respectful attitude.
Communicate clearly and regularly with the Lead Electrician and Lighting Director about department or show issues.
Demonstrate efficient time-management and ability to work unsupervised as required.
Assist in hang, cable, and focus of lighting instruments to conform to a designer’s plot.
Assist in install of color media as described on a designer’s plot.
Wire and install special effects that require electrical service.
Maintain performance related electrics systems and equipment to ensure the timely and accurate realization of all lighting elements
At the close of a production, assist in removing all lighting elements and restore the theatre to neutral to receive the next production as needed.
Learn the proper operation of lighting/video control systems for productions and be able to fill in for the Lead Electrician on occasion, and run family series performances if needed.
Maintain a clean and safe workspace.
Attend electrics department meetings.
Maintain inventories, repair logs, and other documentation.
Additional duties as assigned by the Lighting Director.

Skills & Qualifications

Required Qualifications and Skills:
Minimum Bachelor's Degree in Technical Theatre or equivalent experience.
Minimum 1 years experience in theatre electrics (may include educational experience)
Effective communication with all levels of staff.
Basic knowledge of electrical equipment.
A desire to learn new skills and technologies.

Desired Qualifications:
Basic experience programming ETC EOS family consoles.
Experience building a variety of practicals and incorporating lighting elements into scenery including rope light, belt light, LED tape, wireless dimming, and battery operated props.
Reading and understanding technical drawings.
An understanding of theatrical lighting and video equipment including lighting fixtures, dimmers, projectors, LED video walls, and control systems.
Knowledge of basic electricity and stage lighting skills that relate to the implementation of theatrical effects.
Knowledge, ability and experience in the hanging, rigging, and focusing of theatrical lighting and projection equipment.
Experience in the repair of lighting fixtures.
Computer skills that relate to lighting systems, controllers, and documentation. Vectorworks, LightWright, Google Workspace, Slack.
Demonstrated experience in professional technical live performance (may include educational experience).
Clear understanding of the artistic process.
Good communication skills.
A positive, professional and collaborative attitude even during periods of high pressure.
Basic carpentry and rigging experience.

Working Conditions:

The Production Electrician is a position that requires working in a variety of different environments which may include: scene shop, theatre spaces, and rehearsal spaces. Position requires a moderately flexible schedule, including periodic long hours, irregular hours, nights, weekends and holidays as required. The Production Electrician may be asked to work at heights up to 60’, must be able to work from ladders, lift/move up to 50 lbs. and use industrial tools.

Physical Requirements:

While performing the duties of this position, the employee is constantly required to talk or hear. The employee frequently is required to use hands or fingers to handle, or feel objects, tools or controls. The employee is occasionally required to stand; walk; sit; reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee may at times be required to wear an air-purifying respirator. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate to high.

Specific vision abilities required by this position include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, and the ability to adjust focus.

Compensation:

$16/hour, 35/hours/week with Benefits

Desired Start Date:

September 1st, 2022, can be flexible for the right candidate.

Vaccination

PLEASE NOTE: The Fulton Theatre has implemented a COVID-19 requirement, all employees must be vaccinated and present proof of their vaccination.

To Apply:

Applicants for this position should email resume, and cover letter lighting@thefulton.org

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. 170 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. Since its inception, some of the brightest stars of theatre, music and film have appeared on its stage, including Sarah Bernhardt, Mark Twain, Lionel Barrymore, Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong, W.C. Fields, George M. Cohan, Treat Williams and Lancaster’s own Jonathan Groff.

Today, under the leadership of Executive Artistic Producer Marc Robin, 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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