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Listing Information: The Alliance of Resident Theatres/New York (A.R.T./New York), a leading service and advocacy organization for New York City?s more than 400 nonprofit theatres, seeks a seeks a part-time Facilities Manager to supplement the supervision of its rehearsal studios. We believe that our core values of Opportunity, Innovation, Community, Empowerment, Justice and Equity are enhanced when we create a workplace as well as a community that is diverse, equitable and inclusive. About A.R.T./New YorkA.R.T./New York?s 400+ member theatre companies ? from Pregones/PRTT in the Bronx, to Lincoln Center Theater, to National Black Theatre in Harlem, to Theater Breaking Through Barriers, Target Margin Theater in Brooklyn and Pan Asian Repertory Theatre - are the heart of the organization. A.R.T./New York provides subsidized office and rehearsal space at Spaces@520 in midtown Manhattan and South Oxford Space in Fort Greene, Brooklyn; subsidized performance space at the A.R.T./New York Theatres; funding through grant and loan programs; training through workshops and peer roundtables; and convenings for the field with a special focus on the needs of small nonprofit theatres. These programs, along with advocacy efforts, have positioned A.R.T./New York as a thought-leader in the New York theatre community and the arts citywide.The Facilities Manager will be responsible for providing customer service support to all renters at A.R.T./New York's studio spaces and overseeing activity in the space. South Oxford Space has offices for 19 non-profit theatre companies and 3 rehearsal studios for rent by the hour. Spaces@520 has offices for 20 non-profit theatre companies, a shared desk space and 5 rehearsal studios. The position will report to the General Managers of both Spaces @ 520 and South Oxford Space and will work closely with the entire A.R.T./New York Facilities Team.Responsibilities include but are not limited to:Field phone calls and emails requests for studio space.Utilize Ungerboeck (studio reservation program) to enter reservations, sending confirmations and invoices and collecting payments.Field general questions about the facility and A.R.T./New York membership and services.Work with a variety of populations, including children, nursing home residents (SOS) and a large number of events dealing with adults with developmental disabilities. Manage traffic flow of renters, prep entrances for wheelchairs, strollers and deliveries and respond to the needs of tenants as they arise.Hands-on management for all events in spaces including room setup/restore, trash collection and updating informational signage.Maintain studios and the overall building for rental activities including sweeping/mopping/vacuuming, emptying trash, prepping and storing equipment, maintaining restroom cleanliness, monitoring temperature, and maintaining sidewalks. Be responsible for the safety of occupants during an emergency, including contacting emergency services and facilitating evacuations and areas searches as needed.Prepare bank deposits, correspond with renters, tenants and staff, and other administrative support.Other duties as assigned.The ideal candidate will be able to be a welcoming face of A.R.T./New York to all constituents, provide exemplary customer service; be a self-starter, possess strong computer skills, be able to lift 25lbs.; and be able to stand for periods of time. Previous experience managing a studio rental facility is preferred. A background in theatre or performing arts is preferred. Solid knowledge of Microsoft Office and Google Suite is a plus.This is a part-time position working from both A.R.T./New York?s Spaces@520 in midtown Manhattan and South Oxford Space in Fort Greene, Brooklyn. Hours vary with the bulk of the schedule being nights and weekends (we are open 9am-10pm daily). The position will be scheduled for 5 to 20 hours per week. The rate for this position is $16/hour.Please email a cover letter, resume, and three references as an attachment (PDF format preferred) to firstname.lastname@example.org. Include "FACILITY MANAGER" and your full name in the subject line. No phone calls, please. Application review will begin immediately with a start date of mid- to late-August.A.R.T./New York strives to create a friendly environment staffed by people who love the theatre, have a great sense of humor, and welcome diversity in all of its forms. A.R.T./New York is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, military status, or any other characteristic protected by law.