Reports to: Millie Brooks, Executive Director
Company: Killing My Lobster (San Francisco’s Premier Sketch Comedy Troupe)
Hours: Part Time: 25 hours a week. (Approximately 100 hours a month)
Compensation: $20 per hour
Killing My Lobster, San Francisco’s premier sketch comedy troupe, seeks a reliable, detail oriented, independent thinker to support the Executive Director and other KML staff with the general operations needs of a fast paced, rapidly expanding comedy and nonprofit performing arts organization. Candidates should exhibit a positive attitude and a diverse skillset including strategic thinking and problem solving; as well as a collaborative work ethic, and a commitment to equity and inclusion.
Ideal candidates will have experience in nonprofit theatre management
Flexible work week, but must be able to commit to 20 hours in-house between Monday - Thursday.
Must attend all Operations Meetings on Tuesdays 11:00am-12:00pm
Computer proficiency, preferably with Mac devices, including the Office suite and Google platforms
An effective communicator, both written and oral
Dedicated team player with an independent and creative attitude
Self-motivated, good organizational skills, detail oriented, ability to prioritize, multitask, and meet deadlines
Community focused and willing to interact with our artistic teams and audiences.
Essential Job Functions:
Oversee office technical systems and general management, including office supply
Oversee Administrative Assistant on a weekly basis
Maintain and enforce rules, regulations and procedures to ensure successful implementation and adherence on a day-to-day operations scale as well as a production scale.
Manage the space and facility needs, and operational requests and requirements
Maintain and oversee all calendars, including deadlines, vacation times, meetings, and facility usage
Work directly with the Executive Director and accountant/bookkeeper to develop budgets and ensure overall financial discipline
Assist the Executive Director with the day-to-day financial administration. Manage accounts payable and accounts receivable for bookkeeper; conduct deposits.
Oversee receipts for donations and issue thank you letters to donors
Grants Management and Fundraising Development
Maintain and manage the grants calendar, prospects list and grant narrative templates
Identify new funding opportunities for the company.
Oversee all Donor databases and CRM systems that facilitate donor cultivation.
Support all Fundraising efforts led by the Company.
In collaboration with the staff lead the preparation and submission of proposals and reports
Maintain hard and electronic copies of grant files/history/databases/receivables and other files as necessary
Work with Executive Director to ensure effective and appropriate HR procedures
Manage the execution of all contracts for each production with supervision from the Executive Director
Manage ticket sales for performances and special events
Manage promotions and discounts
Data tracking and reporting
Work with staff to create and plan logistics for all public programs, performances and events
Under the direction of KML’s Artistic Director, assist with social media, promotional content, and online campaigns
Lead all web maintenance and updates for the company.
On-site management for day-of event logistics, including load-in, load-out and point of contact during entire event
Application Procedure: Please submit a cover letter and resume to Executive Director Millie Brooks - email@example.com Suitable candidates will be contacted for an in person interview with the Artistic and Executive Directors.
Deadline to submit: September 15th, 2017