Approx. 12-25 hours per week most weeks, depending on performances scheduled, with some occasional weeks off completely. Training will begin in January. $8 per hour.
Qualifications: Must be professional, flexible, dependable, and be able to handle multitasking and problem solving in a fast-paced office/sales environment. Must have impeccable customer service skills, strong communication skills, be well-organized and attentive, and have strong general computer skills, especially with Word, Outlook, and internet searching. Must be able to learn new software skills quickly. Must be available most times that the ticket office is open (noon-6pm Monday-Friday) and must be available to work during performances, which are normally evenings and weekends, including many Sundays.
Job duties and expectations: Selling tickets accurately and professionally via telephone, internet, email, and in person, opening and closing the ticket office, keeping up to date on information involving all shows at the Chapman Cultural Center, projecting a professional and helpful attitude when working with the public, performers, promoters and fellow staff members, being available for work during a great majority of the performances, and also selling concessions during shows. Previous experience in a ticket office, in customer service, working with the public, and working with sales software is a plus.
Please email a resume with three professional references and a cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls, please. Resumes that do not include references or cover letters will not be considered.
The Chapman Cultural Center requires the passing of a drug test as part of the condition of employment. The Chapman Cultural Center is an EOE.