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At PCPA we believe that diversity makes us stronger, enriches our art, and is a source of joy. We believe that our understanding of the principles of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion must continually grow and be actively practiced in our behavior and relationships. We will maintain a safe and welcoming working environment, free from any aggressions, and will interrupt behaviors that hinder our efforts to create an equitable, diverse and inclusive environment. We will make space for open communication that enhances relationships with all staff and community members, particularly those belonging to historically marginalized groups. PCPA upholds a commitment to Anti-Racism and prohibits discrimination against anyone based on factors including, but not limited to: race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability (physical or mental), or socioeconomic standing. We commit to serving our community by inspiring our current audience, cultivating our future audience, and preparing the next generation of theatre professionals.
Human Resources and EDI Manager

The Human Resources and EDI(Equity, Diversity and Inclusion) Manager is responsible for the overall human resources and EDI strategy and management of the organization. This position is part of the Senior Leadership team and leads efforts to foster an organizational culture that reflects PCPA's mission and values, which include developing an anti-racist theatre practice and ongoing efforts of equity, diversity and inclusion; provides overall strategic human resource leadership to PCPA; and ensures that all staff receive the highest quality human resource management and support conducted in accordance with government legislation and regulations, contractual obligations, and College policies and procedures.

Bachelor's Degree preferred, and/or with 3-5 years' experience as a human resource generalist
Proficiency with spreadsheet and word processing software
Certificate in California HR Management and/or California Employment Law a plus
Background or knowledge of theatre arts preferred

PCPA produces 10 shows per year in three theaters. Full-time year-round position with benefits. Position open until filled.
Please email a cover letter and resume to: pcpamanagingdirector@gmail.com

Additional information and job description can be downloaded from the link below.
Wardrobe Supervisor
PCPA seeks a motivated, enthusiastic individual for a temporary Wardrobe Supervisor position. Under limited supervision of the Costume Shop Manager, the Wardrobe Supervisor is responsible for ensuring smoothly - run performances of each production, which includes: conducting costume changes and quick changes; maintaining costumes and continuing consistency with the original costume design; and working with the Costume Shop Manager to identify needs for supplies, equipment and materials. Requires extensive knowledge of clothing and theatrical practices. Strong organizational and computer skills are required in order to create running lists and costume plots. This position also mentors and provides hands-on training for students and interns in a lab setting. Additional duties will include work in the costume shop, which requires strong stitching skills, the ability to work under deadline, flexibility, and excellent communication skills. EOE. Dates are February 1, 2022 through March 30, 2022. Pay is $18.00 per hour. Send cover letter and resume to: Erin Solemsaas, productionmanager@pcpa.org.
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