We are currently hiring for a Director.

Director, Glen Street Theatre

The Role

 The Glen Street Theatre Director manages a team of technical and operational theatre staff and is responsible for the overall management and artistic development of Glen Street Theatre to ensure its ongoing financial success and viability.

The Director:

  •  Programs an annual theatre and music subscription seasons, special literary, music and arts events, as well as community and corporate functions that maximise the theatre’s usage.
  • Develops and fosters effective relationships with all parts of Northern Beaches Council, the community and facility users.
  • Develops and implements operational, financial, and marketing plans and community service obligation strategies that deliver the agreed strategic plans and long-term business directions for the theatre.
  • Manages the Glen Street Theatre staff, actively promoting best practice; competitive, service driven operations through continuous improvement; staff training; the investigation and use of new techniques; and benchmarking.
  • Manages the Theatre’s financial and OH&S reporting to ensure that accurate reports are produced on time.
  • Ensures the Theatre’s operations comply with relevant legislation, regulations and Council policies in order to minimise risk.
  • Works closely with Council and commercial operators within the facility and surrounding precinct (e.g. library, restaurant/bar operator, gym, etc.) to maintain and build an enjoyable theatre experience for patrons.

The Glen Street Theatre Director must have a strong understanding of theatre management and the associated arts; have an entrepreneurial flair and strong financial management skills; be capable of building relationships and managing sensitive political and commercial issues and relationships autonomously; and be able to exercise excellent leadership, judgment and negotiation skills.

More info here.

 

Check the Northern Beaches Council website for other council positions available.

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