SteppingStone Theatre uses professional artists in Creative Learning as teaching artists and educators. If you would like to be considered for a position, please contact Erin Granger, Creative Learning Program Manager, at email@example.com
REPORTS TO: EXECUTIVE & ARTISTIC DIRECTOR
STATUS: PART-TIME (20 hours/week)
JOB RESPONSIBILITIES: Responsible for a welcoming, clean, safe, and secure environment for patrons of all ages as well as staff. Routine custodial work is expected without direction. Special work will be assigned by the administrative staff. Included items are:
Opening and closing building as directed
Care of lawn, shrubs, trees, and sidewalks
Assist with set up and take down chairs and tables
Routine maintenance of all equipment
Maintain repair of wall surfaces
Refer services needing an outside contractor to the executive director
PREFER A FUNDAMENTAL KNOWLEDGE OF:
General custodial work
General maintenance activities.
Fire alarm systems
Plumbing and water systems
Heating and cooling systems
Electrical systems, wiring – i.e. switches, outlets and breaker panels
General grounds maintenance
Be in good physical health without impairment that would prevent the person from climbing stairs or ladders, shoveling snow, mowing lawns, or lifting up to 65 lbs.
Acceptable results of mandatory physical exam, drug test, and background check.
We Believe Young people are artists, makers, and doers. They need to belong and to contribute to their world. When young people make art together, they change themselves, and the world around them, for the better.
We Do SteppingStone Theatre for Youth ignites imagination, learning, mastery, and belonging by creating art with young people to share with the world.
SteppingStone Theatre is an equal opportunity employer. Candidates of diverse abilities and backgrounds encouraged to apply.
SteppingStone Theatre loves volunteers and has many ongoing opportunities available: