The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 9.1093  Thursday, 5 November 1998.

From:           Don Weingust <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>
Date:           Wednesday, 04 Nov 1998 23:50:44 -0800
Subject:        Job Posting - Production Manager, UC Berkeley

While this is not strictly a Shakespeare job, some of you may know (or
be) potential applicants.  Apologies for cross postings.

As review of applications has already begun, prospective applicants are
encouraged to apply ASAP.  While all applicants need to follow the
procedures listed below, if any wish to send e-mail information in
advance, I would be happy to forward it to the relevant committee chair
(again, such e-mail correspondence does not satisfy the application

        Don Weingust
        [This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.]

University of California at Berkeley
Center for Theater Arts/Department of Dramatic Art
Production Manager

Principal Public Events Manager (PSS 5)
Dramatic Art
$45,200 - 67,800
Hours: some evenings
Job No. 08-359-30/PA
Closing date: review begins 10/2/98

The Center for Theater Arts (CTA) seeks a Production Manager to
organize, manage, and, coordinate the productions of the theater and
dance programs.  This position includes both administrative and teaching
responsibilities including budget development, planning and contracting
for 15 - 20 productions annually in three performing spaces, staff
supervision, and oversight and guidance of students as designers, cast
and crew in productions. The Production Manager may teach courses in
stagecraft, production management and other areas of technical theater.
Salary will be commensurate with academic and professional experience,
and academic degree.

Required Qualifications: Graduate degree or extensive experience in
theater arts; experience in both academic and professional theater
environments; excellent communication and interpersonal skills;
supervisory experience; spread sheet and database competence.

Send cover letter and resume, together with three professional
references.  Review of resumes will begin September 30, and continue
until the position is filled. The University of California is an
affirmative action, equal opportunity employer. Indicate the exact job
number and job title in your resume and send to:

University of California, Berkeley
Human Resources - Employment Unit
207 University Hall
Berkeley, CA 94720-3540

For more information about applying for jobs at Berkeley visit

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