Current Staff Openings
At PCPA we believe that diversity makes us stronger, enriches our art, and is a source of joy. 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. 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.
Conservatory Director – Technical Theatre Training
April 2, 2023
June 2023, pending board approval
How To Apply:
To be considered for this position, the candidate must submit application materials through the Hancock website by April 2 by 11:59pm PST
Position: Conservatory Director – Technical Theatre Training
Job Type: Full-Time
Salary: Hiring salary range is $72,750.00 - $103,577.00 Annually, depending upon education and experience
The Conservatory Director – Technical Theatre training, a 12-month (220 day) tenure-track assignment, will begin June 2023. The faculty member will provide instruction in technical theatre; evaluate and counsel students; plan and organize instructional materials toward course objectives; participate in program review and curriculum development; review and revise course(s) content as may be necessary; maintain five (5) required office hours per week for student consultation; participate in department and college activities; maintain class and examination schedules, as well as grade and attendance records according to college regulations; may design PCPA productions; and perform related tasks as required. 40% to 60% of the instructor’s time will be for program coordination. In this capacity, the Conservatory Director will participate in the overall strategic planning and coordinate the day-to-day operation of the PCPA instructional program in Theatre (technical training program) and professional internships, including curriculum, teaching assignments, supervision of the recruitment process, tracking matriculation and coordination of part-time faculty teaching staff.
PCPA – Pacific Conservatory Theatre is a professional conservatory theatre, now in its 59th season, committed to reflecting and transforming our diverse community with the art of live theatre. As a Career and Technical Education division of Allan Hancock College, PCPA has two CTE programs for theatre technicians and actors, as well as Professional Internships, fully integrated with the Equity theatre’s year-round professional productions, currently in three theatres in two cities (Santa Maria and Solvang). Information about PCPA’s programs and production history is available at www.pcpa.org.
SALARY AND BENEFITS
Hiring salary range is $72,750.00 – $103,577.00 Annually, depending upon education and experience.
The district offers a robust benefit plan that includes medical, dental, life, and vision.
To review all benefit information visit https://www.hancockcollege.edu/benefits/index.php
To be considered for this position, the candidate must submit the following application materials by through our website https://www.hancockcollege.edu/hr/ by April 2 by 11:59pm PST:
- Cover letter;
- A current and complete resume/CV of education and professional theatre experience;
- Link to or copy of digital Portfolio of representative design work;
- A statement that demonstrates a sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students;
- Transcripts (unofficial copies are acceptable for the application process).
Official transcripts are required if hired.
A committee will review applications. Meeting minimum qualifications does not ensure a candidate an interview. Therefore, it is important that the application be thorough and detailed. Applicants will be assessed on the breadth and depth of education, training, professional experience, skills, knowledge, and abilities. A limited number of applicants will be invited for an on-campus interview at the college at their own expense. All interviewed candidates may be asked to present a teaching demonstration.
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Assistant Costume Shop Manager/Cutter-Draper
March 8, 2023
How To Apply:
-Cover Letter -Resume -Contact information for 3 professional references -Portfolio (PDF; websites acceptable) Send to HR & EDI Manager, Ivana Maratas, at email@example.com
Position: Assistant Costume Shop Manager/Cutter-Draper
Job Type: Full-Time
Salary: $64,480 - $65,480 annually
Reports To: Costume Shop Manager
The Assistant Costume Shop Manager/Cutter-Draper (a full-time, exempt position) is responsible, in collaboration with the Costume Shop Manager, for the leadership, coordination, and planning of day-to-day operations of the costume shop, including its machines, shop and stock maintenance.
As Assistant Costume Shop Manager, the incumbent is also responsible for establishing and meeting construction and fitting deadlines; attends rehearsals, and works with designers to meet artistic goals and may assist in other costume production areas as directed by the needs of the production. The incumbent mentors and provides hands-on training for staff, interns and conservatory students and acts as the supervisory designee for Costume Shop Manager. They also may serve as Costume Designer as assigned.
Salary pay range is $64,480 – $65,480 annually plus benefits. PCPA covers 100% of health insurance premiums. Benefits include 10 paid days for the holiday break, 10 paid days of vacation per year, paid holidays and paid sick time. The position is open until filled. The successful candidate is required to relocate to the Central Coast if currently out of the area.
Resident Production Stage Manager (AEA)
How To Apply:
• Cover Letter • Resume (include AEA membership date) • Contact information for 3 professional references • Send to HR & EDI Manager, Ivana Maratas, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Position: Resident Production Stage Manager (AEA)
Job Type: Full-Time
Salary: $1,111 - $1,431 per week with Equity benefits
Reports To: Production Manager
Direct Reports: Staff Stage Manager(non-AEA)
The AEA Production Stage Manager (a full-time position) oversees all stage management activities, disseminates show specific information to the company, and ensures the smooth operation of every rehearsal, performance, and production event. This position supervises the Staff Stage Manager and Stage Management Interns and serves as a mentor to all interns and Conservatory students.
No portion of this job description is to supersede AEA standards – all elements of this position will be in accordance with the appropriate AEA contract and rules. This position monitors all Equity actions and, with the Production Manager, maintains compliance with AEA/URTA contract. This position is an essential communication link for the entire company and requires full understanding and exemplary utilization of organizational communication pathways, department structures, and production processes. High attention to detail is essential.
The position is open until filled. The successful candidate is required to relocate to the Central Coast.