Title: Company Manager Reports to: Producing Director and Controller Status: Exempt
General Description: The Company Manager provides management, personnel and administrative support for all of the CLO's productions including, but not limited, to the Summer Season, A Musical Christmas Carol, the CLO Cabaret, the Gene Kelly Awards, and the development of New Works. The Company Manager also serves as the office manager for the main office and assists the Producing Director, Controller and Production Manager with advancing the goals of the CLO's programs.
Detailed Duties and Responsibilities
Summer Season productions, A Musical Christmas Carol, the CLO Cabaret and New Works readings, workshops and productions: - Develops detailed budgets in consultation with the Producing Director, Production Manager and Controller. - Manages, monitors, tracks and reports upon those budgets in a timely and accurate manner. - Generates union and non-union contracts and letters of agreements in consultation with the Producing Director, Production Manager and Controller. - Prepares weekly payroll for all CLO production and artistic personnel. - Prepares and tracks check requests for per diems, reimbursements and other personnel related expense payments. - Tracks and prepares reports and check requests for benefits and dues resulting from union collective bargaining agreements, for all artistic and production personnel. - Works with the Business Office to ensure accurate general ledger coding, credit card/purchasing card reconciliation, data entry and reporting of all Production related expenses. - Assists the Producing Director with negotiating contracts with agents, artists, and casting directors. - Serves as primary logistical support contact for actors, guest artists, designers, directors and production personnel. - Secures and coordinates all CLO production related travel and housing. - Supervises company management support staff and interns. - Provides logistical support for auditions.
Office Management: - Manages office operations, facilities, equipment and supplies. - Assists the Controller with negotiating and reviewing all leases. - Manages relationships with IT, phone, infrastructure providers and other office management related vendors.
Other: - Assists key CLO staff with labor union negotiations and the resolution of labor disputes. - Assists the Controller with venue and tour settlements. - Assists the Producing Director, the Controller and the Production Manager with the development and implementation of other programs, initiatives and tasks that advance the goals of the CLO as required.
Skills - Strong organizational, management and administrative skills with an ability to focus on accuracy and detail. - Knowledge of contracting, payroll and benefit procedures for theatrical unions. - High level of computer proficiency with knowledge of Microsoft Office programs including Word, Excel and Outlook. - Strong personnel management and communication skills. - Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Knowledge and usage of correct English grammar, spelling and punctuation. - Ability to handle, maintain and protect confidential information. - Ability to problem-solve and facilitate solutions to problems. - Ability to work productively under time pressures and to meet deadlines. - Ability to work independently and exercise excellent decision making skills. - Able and willing to work some evenings and weekends. - Ability to lift 25 pounds and 50 pounds with assistance. - 2-5 years of experience in a similar job preferred. - Basic accounting or bookkeeping a plus.
The position is full time, exempt and offers a full benefits package including health, vision and dental coverage.
To Apply, please send Cover Letter, Resume, Salary Requirements and References to: HR@pittsburghclo.org
It is the continuing policy of Pittsburgh CLO to afford equal employment opportunity to qualified individuals regardless of their race, color, religion or belief, age, sex, gender identity or expression, national origin, ancestry, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, veteran status, or family or parental status and to conform to all applicable laws and regulations to that regard. This policy of equal employment opportunity comprehends all aspects of the employment relationship, including application and initial employment, promotion and transfer, administration, and the application of service, retirement, seniority and employee benefit policies.