The Skirball Center prides itself on the high professional standards exhibited by every member of our staff.
When available, full-time positions must be applied for through NYU Human Resources.
FREELANCE TECHNICAL STAFF
Professional theater technicians with the following skills: mixing live events on digital consoles, programming ETC lighting boards, rigging, and troubleshooting video presentations; please send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org for hourly work.
We employ a large staff of NYU students in part-time positions during both the academic year and summer. NYU undergraduate and graduate students who are Work Study eligible, as well as those who are not, are welcome to submit a resume and cover letter with a copy of our Application Form below.
Applications for all internships and part-time positions are welcome on a rolling basis and the following are currently available:
Front of House Staff, 8-14 hours of work per week. Applicants should be professional, patient and forward thinking, with the ability to think on their feet, independently problem solve and be stern while friendly. Should be available to work nights, as well as some mornings and weekends. Prior customer service experience, ushering experience, and experience with concessions a plus. Work-study eligibility is preferred.
Stage/Lighting/Audio Technicians - Opportunities available for students with experience in theatrical and/or event lighting, stage hand, stage management and audio to work closely with full time production personnel as well as visiting artists in the preparation and execution of events. Opportunities for employment arise on a show by show basis.
Marketing Specialist - primary responsibilities include but are not limited to: serving as a Skirball brand ambassador in all marketing outreach. Creating engaging content for multi-channel social media outreach to communicate to Skirball Center patrons and expand audience base. Planning and implementing outreach targeting to various members of the NYU Community.
Development/Special Events - offers a qualified student interested in fundraising and event management the opportunity to be a key player in the day-to-day workings of a busy, non-profit performing arts center. Primary responsibilities include: donor prospect research (corporate, foundation, and individuals), grant writing, patron correspondence, events planning & execution, database management, and other administrative tasks. Must exhibit excellent written and oral communication skills, pay close attention to detail, be motivated and resourceful, and who has a love for the performing arts. Must be intermediate/advanced in Microsoft applications Word/Excel. Experience with Tessitura & Advance databases a plus.PHOTOS: Greg Kessler