Gingold Theatrical Group
General Manager Job Description
Gingold Theatrical Group seeks a General Manager to join our team. The General Manager, a full-time salaried position, is a key player in the function of Gingold Theatrical Group in partnership with the Artistic Director. The General Manager is responsible for financial recordkeeping and reporting, HR and contracts, bookings, and operations. This position requires a self-motivated, self-directed individual able to wear multiple hats.
The General Manager’s responsibilities include:
- Financial Management.
- Administrative and Operational Management.
- Grant and Fundraising Management.
Develop an annual operating budget for Board approval and oversee its management to ensure prudent spending and allocation.
Prepare accurate and timely financial reports for the Board including budget versus actual income and expenses and periodic balance sheets.
Manage payroll, taxes, and quarterly tax filings.
Bookkeeping: monitor and reconcile bank statements, investment accounts, and credit card statements.
Ensure compliance with HR policies and state and city regulations.
Manage insurance policies and file necessary reports for disability, NYPFL, workers compensation, and commercial liability.
Work with Accountant on preparing annual audit and 990.
Administrative and Operational Management
Create and oversee programming and production budgets in consultation with Artistic Director, Associate Director, and Production Manager.
Work with Artistic Director and Production Manager on hiring seasonal staff for production.
In collaboration with Artistic Director, negotiate, manage, and review all contracts with vendors and rentals and advise on feasibility and financial commitment.
Draft, administer, and execute artist, design, and production contracts, riders, and other special contracts (e.g., Gala) in cooperation with the Artistic Director.
Oversee the on-boarding for employees, seasonal hires, and independent contractors.
Hire, Train and Supervise house managers, volunteers, and interns
Coordinate all calendars (production, and programming).
Provide administrative support for programming and productions.
Work in conjunction with Artistic Director and Associate Director on logistics and coordination of special events such as the annual Gala, opening night party, and other fundraising events.
Oversee the use of the CRM, Little Green Light (LGL) as the primary user- oversee the management of data import and export, appeal mailings, gift processing, donor list management, and reporting.
Process all donor gifts and acknowledgment letters.
Manage grant calendar and submission of grant applications and reports.
The ideal candidate will have:
Education: College BA or higher.
3+ years experience as Assistant General Manager or Company Manager in a professional theater or similar capacity.
Familiarity with AEA, SDC, and USA rules and guidelines is a plus.
This position requires some evenings and weekend work in conjunction with GTG’s production calendar.
Knowledgeable in GAAP and non-profit accounting.
Proficiency in QuickBooks including use of classes and jobs.
Experience with payroll.
Experience with contracts and negotiation a plus.
Strong written and oral communication skills.
Proficiency in Microsoft Office software, DropBox, and Mac.
Compensation: $40,000 to $47,000 annual salary depending on experience.
Ideal start date: Position available immediately.
About Gingold Theatrical Group
Now in its 17th year, Gingold Theatrical Group creates theatre and theatre-related programs to promote human rights, the freedom of speech and thought, and individual responsibility, as inspired by the work of playwright George Bernard Shaw.
Our programs include an annual off-Broadway production, Project Shaw, a monthly reading series, outreach, and education programs, as well as the cultivation of new plays through our Speakers’ Corner writers’ group.
GTG’s 2021 off-Broadway production of Shaw’s MRS WARREN’S PROFESSION, was named “Best Revival of 2021” by The Wall Street Journal.
Founded in 2006 by David Staller, GTG has carved a permanent niche for the work of George Bernard Shaw within the social and cultural life of New York City, and, through our Project Shaw reading series, was the first group ever to present all 65 of Shaw’s plays in performance. GTG brings together performers, critics, students, academics, and the general public with the opportunity to explore and perform Shaw’s work and to create new work based on the values that Shaw championed. Through performances, symposiums, educational programs, new play development, and outreach, GTG encourages all people to rejoice in the possibilities of the future.
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Gingold Theatrical Group is committed to creating a diverse, equitable, and inclusive environment. We strongly encourage candidate of color and those from underrepresented communities to apply. All qualified applications will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, familial status, sexual orientation, national origin, ability, age, or veteran status.
Covid-19 Policy: We are requiring all new hires to show proof of vaccination against COVID-19.