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Must be available to work weekends
Responsible for supervising and participating in the cleaning and maintenance of the Lyceum theatre to enhance the experience for all patrons, artists, performers and staff.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
Ensure property cleanliness in the theatres, lobbies, back of house, restrooms, exterior of entrance and offices by performing and general cleaning and maintenance duties as required.
Ensure maintenance standards are consistently maintained and enhanced.
Creates a safe, healthy, productive, and fun work environment, where team members willingly strive to do their best by creating a positive, professional work environment emphasizing a teamwork approach and effective communication.
Must lead by example; provide coaching as appropriate to assist co-workers in reaching their full potential as a member of the EVS team.
Inspect finished work to ensure work is completed and meets established standards.
Maintain professional conduct and appearance.
Regular and predictable attendance is required. Must be flexible; shift work, weekend and holiday work schedule required as deemed necessary by the production schedule and EVS manager.
Assist EVS manager in maintaining inventory levels and equipment maintenance.
Responsible for reporting property damage or any problems to manager in a timely manner.
Must be highly motivated and self-directed. Experience in housekeeping, or environmental services operations experience preferred.
Results oriented, hands-on professional with the ability to deal effectively and interact well with the customers and employees. Must have the ability to resolve problems/conflicts in a diplomatic and tactful manner as part of a team.
Strong written and verbal communication skills are required.
Excellent interpersonal, customer service, team building, and problem solving skills are required.
Must have a good understanding and working knowledge of cleaning chemicals, supplies, techniques, equipment, and MSDS
Must be able to speak, read, write, and understand English. Bilingual skills in the Spanish language helpful.
Must be able to respond to visual and aural cues.
Ability to add subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Ability to compute rate, ratio, and percent to draw and interpret bar graphs.
Any combination of education, training, or experience that provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.
Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts and draw valid conclusions through decisive judgment. Ability to interpret and follow through on a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram or schedule form.
May reach with hands and arms above shoulder level; bend/stoop, squat, balance, kneel, lift and push/pull. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 100 pounds.
Please e-mail resume and three professional references to firstname.lastname@example.org or call EVS Manager Chris Ferrans at 619-231-3586 x612.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required for the position.
Equity, Diversity and Inclusion are central values to our work at San Diego REP and are deeply embedded in our hiring process. We encourage candidates who identify as a person of color; a person with a disability; a member of the LGBTQIA+ community; or a member of any underrepresented group(s) to apply.
San Diego Repertory Theatre Internships offer professional experience opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students throughout the calendar and academic year. Internships are designed to provide students professional development opportunities working within our artistic and production areas. Interns will work with a SD Rep staff member and receive mentorship in their respective discipline.
Testimonials from former interns:
“The internship in the Literary Department was one of the most valuable experiences I had during my work on my M.A. in Theatre Arts at San Diego State University. I had opportunities to research and develop audience engagement materials for current productions at the REP and make real contributions toward the development of the REP’s upcoming seasons. The whole team at this top San Diego theatre were fantastic. I was treated like an equal collaborator, a real member of the artistic team.” – Joel Castellaw (former intern)
“At any one time, the REP has several young interns working in their Development, Marketing, Production, and Artistic departments. When I approached the REP for an internship, they designed a cross-departmental experience that would be most fulfilling for me. This personalized touch indicated a care and hospitality at the REP's core. It has been my pleasure and good fortune to work here—a fantastic introduction to professional theatre.” – Kayla Cohen (former intern)
Internships may fulfill academic requirements, which would be determined by the respective applicant’s academic institution if applicable. Internships are unpaid learning opportunities. Prior theatre experience, while helpful, is not required.
To apply: Please submit a cover letter detailing your specific interests and qualifications, a resume and one letter of recommendation and your availability to email@example.com.
San Diego Rep is currently seeking the following internship position(s):
Potential interns should have a strong interest in exploring the day-to-day operations of an artistic department. The successful candidate must have excellent computer, writing and organizational skills, and should have an interest in casting, new play/musical development and artistic administration.
Responsibilities vary by department and may include a variety of administrative tasks and occasional errands. Specific duties may include:
Applications are accepted year-round. There are both full-year, flexible, and summer internship time slots available.
Important. Please read:
San Diego REPertory Theatre is happy to accept scripts from agents and theater professionals with whom we have an existing relationship. In general, we no longer accept unsolicited scripts from unrepresented writers. However, we continue to offer an open submission policy for plays and musicals from Latino(a) writers across the country because we are committed to supporting today’s Latino(a) voices. In addition, local writers residing in the Southern California area may submit a query letter about their new work that includes a current email contact and:
Our six-show season can include full-length plays, musicals with a small cast and band, solo pieces, and adaptations performed on one of two stages (250-500 seats) for about 4 weeks. Past programming has highlighted voices of the Latino, African-Americans, and Jewish communities. Before submitting, please make sure that your script is aligned with our mission. It is also advised that you attend some of our productions to become more familiar with our sensibility.
If we are interested, we will contact you to request a copy of the full script within a few months.
San Diego REPertory Theatre
79 Horton Plaza
San Diego, CA 92101