Cry Havoc Theater Company’s mission is to create provocative theatre with young people and, in doing so, to challenge audience expectations of what youth theatre can be. Cry Havoc fulfills its mission by creating original theatre with teens around issues of social justice and engaging the community in dialogue on the plays we create. The company was recently awarded the 2018 National Community Impact Award from TYA/USA, and the company’s most recent verbatim theatre piece about guns in America, Babel, was named one of the best new plays in Dallas by the D-FW Theater Critics Forum.
Cry Havoc Theater Company seeks a highly organized, self-motivated individual with impeccable people skills to support the organization’s growing development, communications, and community engagement activities. Reporting directly to the Founder and Artistic Director, the Manager will be responsible for developing and maintaining programs to communicate in an appropriate context and timely manner the projects, purposes and activities of the organization to the public and to the various stakeholders.
This position is part-time (20-25 hours per week). In the fall of 2019, the position is anticipated to become full-time. The right person will help to shape the trajectory of this position in the coming year.
ESSENTIAL SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES
Bachelor’s degree with 2–3 years of previous, high-level administrative experience
Excellent written and interpersonal communication skills
Experience with macOS, G Suite, fundraising software (such as Bloomerang) and project management programs
Ability to multitask while prioritizing workload to ensure deadlines are met
Willingness and ability to work extended hours during peak periods, including occasional nights and weekends as needed
Passion for building a safer and more equitable world
Experience in community organizing and/or the arts, and fluency in Spanish are all considered assets. Individuals from historically marginalized groups are strongly encouraged to apply.
Development Cultivation and Stewardship (70%)
Cultivate and steward individual donors and board members through all applicable forms of communication
Support the Founder and Artistic Director in all stewardship activities for corporate, and foundation partners
Serve as designated support person on all fundraising campaigns and special events
Maintain all donor and funder files and database
Craft and disseminate program information to key stakeholders
Supervise interns, as needed
Other duties as assigned
Communications & Branding (30%)
Develop and execute a strategy for building company brand through social media and new media
Work closely with the Founder and Artistic Director to develop, create, and regularly disseminate communication pieces that tell Cry Havoc’s story (i.e. newsletters and other public materials)
Ensure funder recognition across all public-facing materials, including website, newsletter, programs and print collateral
Represent Cry Havoc Theater Company at offsite community events, as needed
Other duties as assigned
HOW TO APPLY
Salary range $17-$20/hour, commensurate with experience. Please submit your cover letter, resume, and three professional references to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please indicate “External Affairs and Development Manager” in the subject line. No phone calls, please. We regret that due to the large number of applications we receive, we can only respond personally to the applicants who best meet our needs for this position.
Cry Havoc Theater Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer