Employment

OPEN POSITIONS

Assistant Prop Carpenter
Front of House Associate (Part-Time)
Production Manager
Artistic Director
Development Events Coordinator
Company Manager
Floor Manager
Director of Operations
Director of Production
Assistant Properties Supervisor
Wardrobe Crew (Overhire)
Costume Technician

 

Assistant Prop Carpenter

Reports to: Properties Supervisor
Salary: this is a full-time union position under the Goodman’s collective bargaining agreement with I.A.T.S.E. Local 2
Start date: Immediately

BACKGROUND

Join the dynamic team of arts professionals at the Goodman Theatre! Chicago’s theater since 1925, Goodman Theatre is a not-for-profit arts and community organization in the heart of the Loop, distinguished by the excellence and scope of its artistic programming and community engagement. The theater’s artistic priorities include new play development (more than 150 world or American premieres), large scale musical theater works and reimagined classics. As a cultural and community organization, Goodman Theatre is committed to using the art of theater for a better Chicago. Using the tools of the theatrical profession, the Goodman’s Education and Engagement programs aim to develop generations of citizens who understand the cultures and stories of diverse voices.

We at Goodman Theatre are storytellers who believe that a diversity of people, ideas and cultures in our organization enriches both the art on stage and our civic engagement. In our workplace, we strive to reflect the communities we serve, and make space in which each individual is empowered to bring their full, authentic self to work. The Goodman values equity, diversity and inclusion and is committed to approaching our work through the practice of anti-racism. The inclusion of difference(s) such as ability, age, background, beliefs, ethnicity, gender, gender expression, race, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status and all other identities represented across staff, board, artists and audiences help make us better equipped to live these values—on stage and off. Learn more at GoodmanTheatre.org/Accountability

POSITION SUMMARY

The Goodman Theatre is searching for an Assistant Prop Carpenter to join our prop department. The Assistant Prop Carpenter will work collaboratively with the Properties Supervisor and other prop department members to construct, load-in, maintain and load-out props for the 8-show subscription season, including our annual production of A Christmas Carol, our annual New Stages Festival and more at the Goodman Theatre. This position can require some evening and weekend hours on an as needed basis.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

 
  • Construct scenery as specified by Properties Supervisor
  • Collaborate with Properties Supervisor and Prop Department with creative problem solving, construction methods, and implementation
  • Uphold Goodman Theatre quality and construction standards
  • Help to maintain a safe and sanitary scene shop, loading dock, and backstage areas
  • Be punctual, respectful, work collaboratively as a team member, and maintain a positive attitude.
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    QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE:

     
  • 3 years professional theatre experience in prop construction including woodworking, furniture construction and repairs and finish carpentry. Experience with metal work, sewing and casting is beneficial.
  • Knowledge of theatrical procedures used in hand and set prop construction, tools, and materials
  • Ability to repeatedly lift, push or maneuver 50-70lbs, either alone or with assistance from others as well as scale ladders and work in high places
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    ADDITIONAL:

    This position is covered by our collective bargaining agreement with IATSE, Local 2. Goodman Theatre offers a benefits package including health, dental, and 401K with this position.

    Goodman Theatre is an equal opportunity employer and considers applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, sexual orientation, or any other legally protected status. By dedicating itself to three guiding principles—quality, diversity and community— the Goodman Theatre seeks to be the premier cultural organization in Chicago, providing productions and programs that make an essential contribution to the quality of life in our city.

    The Goodman requires proof of full vaccination. New employees who are not fully vaccinated as of the date of hire are required to be fully vaccinated within 45 days of hire and provide twice-weekly proof of a negative COVID-19 test prior to being fully vaccinated. Further details will be provided upon hire.

    The Goodman is an inclusive and accessible employer. Successful candidates will have experience working with diverse groups of people and will demonstrate a deep commitment to advancing equity and inclusion at the Goodman Theatre.

    VACCINE POLICY

    The Goodman requires proof of full vaccination and booster. New employees who are not fully vaccinated as of the date of hire are required to be fully vaccinated within 45 days of hire and provide twice-weekly proof of a negative COVID-19 test prior to being fully vaccinated. Further details will be provided upon hire.

    HOW TO APPLY:

    Qualified individuals are invited to submit a cover letter and resume by clicking “Apply to this job" button below. Please indicate in your cover letter how you heard about this open position by listing the specific website or posting location. No phone calls, please.

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    Front of House Associate (Part-Time)

    Reports to: Front of House Director
    Salary: $15.00-$16.00/hour based on an assigned position per shift (Part-Time, 10-20 hours per week).

    BACKGROUND

    Join the dynamic team of arts professionals at the Goodman Theatre! Chicago’s theater since 1925, Goodman Theatre is a not-for-profit arts and community organization in the heart of the Loop, distinguished by the excellence and scope of its artistic programming and community engagement. The theater’s artistic priorities include new play development (more than 150 world or American premieres), large scale musical theater works and reimagined classics. As a cultural and community organization, Goodman Theatre is committed to using the art of theater for a better Chicago. Using the tools of the theatrical profession, the Goodman’s Education and Engagement programs aim to develop generations of citizens who understand the cultures and stories of diverse voices.

    We at Goodman Theatre are storytellers who believe that a diversity of people, ideas and cultures in our organization enriches both the art on stage and our civic engagement. In our workplace, we strive to reflect the communities we serve, and make space in which each individual is empowered to bring their full, authentic self to work. The Goodman values equity, diversity and inclusion and is committed to approaching our work through the practice of anti-racism. The inclusion of difference(s) such as ability, age, background, beliefs, ethnicity, gender, gender expression, race, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status and all other identities represented across staff, board, artists and audiences help make us better equipped to live these values—on stage and off. Learn more at GoodmanTheatre.org/Accountability

    POSITION SUMMARY

    Front of House Staff Associates are responsible for ensuring the best experience possible for all patrons who enter the Goodman Theatre. Duties include but are not limited to bartending; confirming patron materials at vaccination/mask checkpoints; selling merchandise at the Goodman Gift Store; handling patron coats/other personal belongings at coat check; and greeting/assisting with special events and performances as needed.

    RESPONSIBILITIES

     
  • Greet and welcome guests
  • Consistently offer professional, friendly, and engaging customer service
  • Identify and anticipate guests’ needs
  • Preparation and serving of both alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages
  • Safe preparation and handling of food
  • Assist with maintaining cleanliness of the bar areas
  • Ensure that Goodman patrons have a superior experience at the theatre
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    QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE

     
  • At least one year in a customer service role in a high-volume setting. Hospitality experience a plus.
  • Must possess outstanding customer services skills and sophisticated verbal and communication skills
  • Comfortable familiarizing and enforcing all COVID-19 related policies and procedures to ensure an enjoyable experience for all staff, artists, and guests.
  • Must have an exceptional understanding of cultural happenings of Chicago
  • Highly responsible and reliable
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment
  • Strong interpersonal and problem-solving abilities
  • Ability to be in stationary position throughout an entire shift; during performances maneuver to greet guests
  • Ability to work with a flexible schedule. FOH Associates are required to submit weekly availability for AT LEAST three shifts. One of those shifts must be for a Saturday or Sunday performance shift.
  • Capable of lifting deliveries of up to 50 lbs.
  • Passion for hospitality and customer service is a must. Bar knowledge is preferred, but not required. Must be BASSET certified or willing to do so if hired.
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    ADDITIONAL

    Goodman Theatre is an equal opportunity employer and considers applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, sexual orientation, or any other legally protected status. By dedicating itself to three guiding principles—quality, diversity and community— the Goodman Theatre seeks to be the premier cultural organization in Chicago, providing productions and programs that make an essential contribution to the quality of life in our city.

    The Goodman is an inclusive and accessible employer. Successful candidates will have experience working with diverse groups of people and will demonstrate a deep commitment to advancing equity and inclusion at the Goodman Theatre.

    VACCINE POLICY

    The Goodman requires proof of full vaccination and booster. New employees who are not fully vaccinated as of the date of hire are required to be fully vaccinated within 45 days of hire and provide twice-weekly proof of a negative COVID-19 test prior to being fully vaccinated. Further details will be provided upon hire.

    HOW TO APPLY

    Qualified individuals are invited to submit a cover letter and resume by clicking “Apply to this job" button below.  Please indicate in your cover letter how you heard about this open position by listing the specific website or posting location. No phone calls, please.

    APPLY TO THIS JOB

     

    Artistic Director

    BACKGROUND

    Join the dynamic team of arts professionals at the Goodman Theatre! Chicago’s theater since 1925, Goodman Theatre is a not-for-profit arts and community organization in the heart of the Loop, distinguished by the excellence and scope of its artistic programming and community engagement. The theater’s artistic priorities include new play development (more than 150 world or American premieres), large scale musical theater works and reimagined classics. As a cultural and community organization, Goodman Theatre is committed to using the art of theater for a better Chicago. Using the tools of the theatrical profession, the Goodman’s Education and Engagement programs aim to develop generations of citizens who understand the cultures and stories of diverse voices.

    We at Goodman Theatre are storytellers who believe that a diversity of people, ideas and cultures in our organization enriches both the art on stage and our civic engagement. In our workplace, we strive to reflect the communities we serve, and make space in which each individual is empowered to bring their full, authentic self to work. The Goodman values equity, diversity and inclusion and is committed to approaching our work through the practice of anti-racism. The inclusion of difference(s) such as ability, age, background, beliefs, ethnicity, gender, gender expression, race, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status and all other identities represented across staff, board, artists and audiences help make us better equipped to live these values—on stage and off. Learn more at GoodmanTheatre.org/Accountability

    POSITION SUMMARY

    Reporting to the Board of Trustees, and working in close partnership with the Executive Director, the Artistic Director is responsible for conceiving, developing, and implementing all aspects of the Goodman’s artistic vision. They will ensure and provide the highest level of excellence in implementing this vision through programs and performances, as well as the recruitment, development, and management of exceptional staff.

    RESPONSIBILITIES

    • Setting & Implementing Artistic Vision: The Artistic Director will oversee the development of a compelling artistic vision for the theater. The Artistic Director not only enables the Goodman to exceed expectations on the stage, but also to shatter assumptions in the world through its artistic vision and program. The Artistic Director will honor the guiding principles of the organization: quality, diversity and community. They will continue the Goodman’s great work, grounded in a passionate commitment to developing the classics of tomorrow.
    • Internal Leadership & Management: The Artistic Director will partner effectively with the Goodman’s Executive Director and lead the organization’s artistic staff and a wide range of directors, producers, cast members, educators, artisans, and craftspeople. The Artistic Director is responsible for facilitating the continued development of an inclusive work environment, promoting strong and respectful internal communications and collaboration, and managing staff with confidence and care. They will work to evolve the Artistic Collective. The Goodman looks to its Artistic Director to champion Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, Anti-Racism and Access in all aspects of the theater’s team, culture, programming, and community. The Artistic Director and Executive Director will work together to prepare the Goodman’s annual priorities and budget for Board approval. The Artistic Director serves as chief artistic talent scout for the Goodman, and critical to the Artistic Director’s success will be their ability to recruit and develop relationships with a strong network of directors, producers, actors, and partners.
    • External Leadership & Building Community: The Artistic Director will serve as an enthusiastic champion for the theater form as the external artistic face of the Goodman in Chicago, throughout the United States, and beyond. They will advance the Goodman’s profile by promoting the theater’s artistic vision and building key partnerships with other relevant organizations and creative visionaries. It is expected that the Artistic Director will partner with the Executive Director, Board, and development team to inspire financial support for the Goodman through philanthropy and innovative partnerships.

     

    CANDIDATE PROFILE

    The Goodman Theatre seeks an Artistic Director who is visionary, inspiring, strategic, highly collaborative, and captivated by the opportunity to lead the organization forward through this next phase of artistic growth and excellence. In terms of the performance and personal competencies required for the position, we would highlight the following:

     

    Artistic Vision & Strategy

    • The ability to create and articulate an inspiring artistic vision for the organization; the ability to serve as the artistic heart and soul of the organization while bringing the Goodman’s mission to life; the ability to collaborate & listen, to seek the input of artists & staff, and build alignment and enthusiasm for the artistic vision and programming.
    • Has an acute awareness of where theater has been, is today, and what it has the potential to become in future.
    • Has demonstrated an entrepreneurial and creative approach to developing new and innovative artistic approaches that will stretch the organization artistically and push the boundaries of the industry.
    • Has deep and broad connections throughout the theater community and broader arts arenas; will be able to call upon a national network to further the Goodman’s artistic vision, connectivity, and creative output.

     

    Executing for Results

    • The ability to set clear and challenging artistic goals for the Goodman while committing the organization to strong internal communication, culture, and collaboration; holds the team accountable with a spirit of transparency, fairness, and inclusivity.
    • A smart risk-taker who seeks input from others to foresee possible threats or unintended consequences of decisions; makes hard decisions, admits mistakes, learns, and adapts.
    • A leader who is viewed by others as having a high degree of integrity, humility, and forethought in their approach to making decisions; the ability to act in a transparent and consistent manner while always considering what is best for the organization.
    • Evidence of experience in and/or deep curiosity about digital media, digital performance content capture strategy, etc.; open to piloting new approaches to build audience reach, resonance, and engagement.

     

    Leading & Managing Teams

    • The ability to attract and recruit top artistic talent, motivate the team, delegate effectively, celebrate diversity, and manage performance; widely viewed as a strong developer of others with a track record of coaching and mentoring within their organization.
    • Sets a tone of open communication, trust, and respect in all aspects of management; known for making others feel heard while still being able to make executive decisions.
    • The ability to persevere in the face of challenges; exhibits a steadfast resolve and relentless commitment to the highest standards of artistic quality.
    • Will have earned a reputation for effectiveness in partnering with a Board or a senior management team and will be able to guide and effectively delegate to others.

     

    Communication & Building Relationships

    • Naturally connects and builds strong relationships with others, demonstrating strong emotional intelligence and an ability to communicate clearly and persuasively.
    • An ability to inspire trust and followership in others through compelling energy, passion for the art form, and a spirit of positivity.
    • Encourages others to share the spotlight and visibly celebrates and supports the success of the team and others around them.
    • Exuberance and enthusiasm to partner with the Board of Trustees and development team around fundraising and broader resource development activities.

     

    Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

    • Brings deep personal commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion in all aspects of their work and leadership; seeks to build an organization that is substantively diverse and reflective of the diversity of the Goodman’s communities.
    • Demonstrated ability to listen to individuals who have had differing experiences in the theater world, and to create open and inclusive spaces and platforms for those voices.
    • Continuously opens lines of communication and sponsorship with historically excluded communities to broaden access to and engagement with the Goodman.
    • Embraces diversity, equity, and inclusion as cornerstones of all organizational and artistic decisions.

     

    Personal Competencies & Character

    • A leader who is self-reflective and aware of their own limitations; leads by example and drives the organization's performance with an attitude of continuous improvement by being open to feedback.
    • Confidence balanced with self-awareness and humility; possesses strong empathy, a keen sense of humor, and kindness; makes others feel welcome, heard, and at ease.
    • Cares for the quality of the art being created and the well-being of the company above their own ego.

    VACCINE POLICY

    The Goodman requires proof of full vaccination and booster. New employees who are not fully vaccinated as of the date of hire are required to be fully vaccinated within 45 days of hire and provide twice-weekly proof of a negative COVID-19 test prior to being fully vaccinated. Further details will be provided upon hire.

    HOW TO APPLY

    Russell Reynolds Associates has been exclusively retained for this search. Given the need for confidentiality throughout this process, prospective candidates are invited to reach out directly to Russell Reynolds Associates at GoodmanArtisticDirector@russellreynolds.com with a resume and brief explanation of interest. All inquiries and discussions will be considered strictly confidential. The Goodman Theatre is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, color, disability, gender, gender expression, gender identity, genetic information, race, national origin, ethnicity, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or status as a protected veteran.

     

    Development Events Coordinator

    Reports to: Senior Director of Special Events and Stewardship
    Salary: $35,000 - $40,000

    BACKGROUND

    Join the dynamic team of arts professionals at the Goodman Theatre! Chicago’s theater since 1925, Goodman Theatre is a not-for-profit arts and community organization in the heart of the Loop, distinguished by the excellence and scope of its artistic programming and community engagement. The theater’s artistic priorities include new play development (more than 150 world or American premieres), large scale musical theater works and reimagined classics. As a cultural and community organization, Goodman Theatre is committed to using the art of theater for a better Chicago. Using the tools of the theatrical profession, the Goodman’s Education and Engagement programs aim to develop generations of citizens who understand the cultures and stories of diverse voices.

    We at Goodman Theatre are storytellers who believe that a diversity of people, ideas and cultures in our organization enriches both the art on stage and our civic engagement. In our workplace, we strive to reflect the communities we serve, and make space in which each individual is empowered to bring their full, authentic self to work. The Goodman values equity, diversity and inclusion and is committed to approaching our work through the practice of anti-racism. The inclusion of difference(s) such as ability, age, background, beliefs, ethnicity, gender, gender expression, race, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status and all other identities represented across staff, board, artists and audiences help make us better equipped to live these values—on stage and off. Learn more at GoodmanTheatre.org/Accountability

    POSITION SUMMARY

    The Development Events Coordinator (DEC) is responsible for coordinating a variety of fundraising/stewardship/cultivation events throughout the season. The DEC also partners with a Marketing department staff member to provide support for Goodman Theatre’s Scenemakers Board.

    RESPONSIBILITIES

     
  • The DEC is responsible for the efficient and successful execution of Development events and helps to ensure that they reflect the institution’s mission and standards of excellence.
  • Serve as events liaison between Development and other departments.
  • Maintain and update event databases and help create guest lists for targeted audiences.
  • Prepare and submit design requests for event collateral material.
  • Responsible for sending digital and/or printed event invitations.
  • Track RSVPs and monitor attendance; and coordinate action items and follow-up.
  • Coordinate logistics, event timelines and checklists.
  • Process gifts, prepare acknowledgements and provide accurate donor lists for use in publications and on the Goodman website.
  • Assist supervisor with theater and dinner seating.
  • Responsible for final checks on the day of the event (e.g. tables, technology) to ensure everything meets standards.
  • Produce post-event evaluation to inform future events.
  • Coordinate logistics for Development meetings (e.g. arrange catering, schedule room set up, AV checks, etc.).
  • Maintain calendar for all Development events and meetings.
  • Partner with a Marketing Department staff member to provide support for the Goodman Theatre Scenemakers Board (young professional auxiliary group). Meeting organization, fundraising and event coordination. Responsible for all gift processing and gift acknowledgements.
  • Other Development support as needed.
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    QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE

     
  • 1-2 years of event coordination experience
  • Highly detail oriented and well-organized, with strong multi-tasking and time management skills
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Ability to execute good judgment
  • Ability to work independently, to seek input and to take direction
  • Able to handle stress and remain calm
  • Problem-solving ability
  • Experience with MS Office (Word and Excel)
  • Familiarity of Basecamp, ArtsVision, Wordfly and Tessitura a plus
  • Ability to work evening events
  • Sensitivity to confidentiality
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    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

    Goodman Theatre offers a competitive salary and a comprehensive benefits package including health, dental, paid vacation, sick leave, and 401K.

    Goodman Theatre is an equal opportunity employer and considers applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, sexual orientation, or any other legally protected status. By dedicating itself to three guiding principles—quality, diversity and community— the Goodman Theatre seeks to be the premier cultural organization in Chicago, providing productions and programs that make an essential contribution to the quality of life in our city.

    The Goodman is an inclusive and accessible employer. Successful candidates will have experience working with diverse groups of people and will demonstrate a deep commitment to advancing equity and inclusion at the Goodman Theatre.

    VACCINE POLICY

    The Goodman requires proof of full vaccination and booster. New employees who are not fully vaccinated as of the date of hire are required to be fully vaccinated within 45 days of hire and provide twice-weekly proof of a negative COVID-19 test prior to being fully vaccinated. Further details will be provided upon hire.

    HOW TO APPLY

    Qualified individuals are invited to submit a cover letter and resume by selecting the "Apply to this job" button below. Please indicate in your cover letter how you heard about this open position by listing the specific website or posting location. No phone calls, please.

    APPLY TO THIS JOB

     

    Company Manager

    Reports to: Associate Managing Director
    Salary: $45,000 - $50,000

    BACKGROUND

    Join the dynamic team of arts professionals at the Goodman Theatre! Chicago’s theater since 1925, Goodman Theatre is a not-for-profit arts and community organization in the heart of the Loop, distinguished by the excellence and scope of its artistic programming and community engagement. The theater’s artistic priorities include new play development (more than 150 world or American premieres), large scale musical theater works and reimagined classics. As a cultural and community organization, Goodman Theatre is committed to using the art of theater for a better Chicago. Using the tools of the theatrical profession, the Goodman’s Education and Engagement programs aim to develop generations of citizens who understand the cultures and stories of diverse voices.

    We at Goodman Theatre are storytellers who believe that a diversity of people, ideas and cultures in our organization enriches both the art on stage and our civic engagement. In our workplace, we strive to reflect the communities we serve, and make space in which each individual is empowered to bring their full, authentic self to work. The Goodman values equity, diversity and inclusion and is committed to approaching our work through the practice of anti-racism. The inclusion of difference(s) such as ability, age, background, beliefs, ethnicity, gender, gender expression, race, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status and all other identities represented across staff, board, artists and audiences help make us better equipped to live these values—on stage and off. Learn more at GoodmanTheatre.org/Accountability

    POSITION SUMMARY

    The Company Manager provides essential support to Goodman actors and creative personnel. The ideal candidate will possess exceptional interpersonal and communication skills, and the ability to work with a diverse group of people and competing priorities. The position requires demonstrated composure, tact and diplomacy. The Company Manager is expected to be available during off-hours to respond to artists’ needs and/or emergencies.

    RESPONSIBILITIES

     
  • In collaboration with the General Management team, coordinate and support Goodman production companies, including but not limited to:
  • Draft and process artist offers, contracts, adhering to Goodman’s various union agreements and standard practice.
  • Coordinate transportation, housing, hospitality and day to day needs of artists.
  • Coordinate artists’ activities with other departments throughout the theater.
  • Negotiate with housing providers and other vendors.
  • Manage transportation and housing budgets
  • Ensure that the theater maintains compliance with all provisions in the Actors’ Equity Agreement.
  • Work with the General Management team to coordinate the Theatre’s special events and festivals.
  • Manage requests for complimentary tickets and house orders.
  • Represent the theater and provide each production company a day to day contact person.
  • Obtain necessary work visas for all international artists.
  • Other duties as assigned
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    QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE

     
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office/Outlook
  • Ability to prioritize and handle multiple competing tasks and demands
  • Excellent organizational and problem-solving skills
  • Capacity to work under pressure and meet deadlines
  • High level of interpersonal and communication skills to handle sensitive and confidential situations
  • Familiarity with the LORT/AEA agreement, Tessitura and ArtsVision a plus
  • Must have valid driver’s license
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    ADDITIONAL

    Goodman Theatre is an equal opportunity employer and considers applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, sexual orientation, or any other legally protected status. By dedicating itself to three guiding principles—quality, diversity and community— the Goodman Theatre seeks to be the premier cultural organization in Chicago, providing productions and programs that make an essential contribution to the quality of life in our city.

    The Goodman is an inclusive and accessible employer. Successful candidates will have experience working with diverse groups of people and will demonstrate a deep commitment to advancing equity and inclusion at the Goodman Theatre.

    VACCINE POLICY

    The Goodman requires proof of full vaccination and booster. New employees who are not fully vaccinated as of the date of hire are required to be fully vaccinated within 45 days of hire and provide twice-weekly proof of a negative COVID-19 test prior to being fully vaccinated. Further details will be provided upon hire.

    HOW TO APPLY

    Qualified individuals are invited to submit a cover letter, resume and three references by selecting the "Apply to this job" button below.  Please indicate in your cover letter how you heard about this open position by listing the specific website or posting location. No phone calls, please.

    APPLY TO THIS JOB

     

    Floor Manager

    Reports to: Stage Management
    Salary: $17/hour, Full-Time Non-Exempt, Seasonal

    BACKGROUND

    Join the dynamic team of arts professionals at the Goodman Theatre! Chicago’s theater since 1925, Goodman Theatre is a not-for-profit arts and community organization in the heart of the Loop, distinguished by the excellence and scope of its artistic programming and community engagement. The theater’s artistic priorities include new play development (more than 150 world or American premieres), large scale musical theater works and reimagined classics. As a cultural and community organization, Goodman Theatre is committed to using the art of theater for a better Chicago. Using the tools of the theatrical profession, the Goodman’s Education and Engagement programs aim to develop generations of citizens who understand the cultures and stories of diverse voices.

    We at Goodman Theatre are storytellers who believe that a diversity of people, ideas and cultures in our organization enriches both the art on stage and our civic engagement. In our workplace, we strive to reflect the communities we serve, and make space in which each individual is empowered to bring their full, authentic self to work. The Goodman values equity, diversity and inclusion and is committed to approaching our work through the practice of anti-racism. The inclusion of difference(s) such as ability, age, background, beliefs, ethnicity, gender, gender expression, race, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status and all other identities represented across staff, board, artists and audiences help make us better equipped to live these values—on stage and off. Learn more at GoodmanTheatre.org/Accountability

    POSITION SUMMARY

    The Goodman Theatre is currently seeking two seasonal floor managers: one for our Albert Theatre (Dates 08/22 -08/23) & one for our Owen Theatre (Dates 09/22-06/23). These positions are essential members of the Stage Management team for the 22/23 season. The Floor Manager will join the Stage Management team during the final week of rehearsal to become familiar with the show, then work backstage with stage managers and crew during all technical rehearsals, previews, understudy rehearsals, and performances.

    This is a seasonal, Non-Equity position.

    RESPONSIBILITIES

     
  • Familiarizing yourself with each show during the final week of rehearsals
  • Prepare and update paperwork for each show
  • Facilitate communication between stage managers, actors and crew
  • Ensure that each show runs safely and smoothly
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    QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE

     
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills, able to prioritize tasks and be very detail oriented, work collaboratively as a team member and maintain a positive attitude
  • College education or equivalent professional stage management experience
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    ADDITIONAL

    Goodman Theatre is an equal opportunity employer and considers applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, sexual orientation, or any other legally protected status. By dedicating itself to three guiding principles—quality, diversity and community— the Goodman Theatre seeks to be the premier cultural organization in Chicago, providing productions and programs that make an essential contribution to the quality of life in our city.

    The Goodman is an inclusive and accessible employer. Successful candidates will have experience working with diverse groups of people and will demonstrate a deep commitment to advancing equity and inclusion at the Goodman Theatre.

    VACCINE POLICY

    The Goodman requires proof of full vaccination and booster. New employees who are not fully vaccinated as of the date of hire are required to be fully vaccinated within 45 days of hire and provide twice-weekly proof of a negative COVID-19 test prior to being fully vaccinated. Further details will be provided upon hire.

    HOW TO APPLY

    Qualified individuals are invited to submit a cover letter, resume and three references by selecting the "Apply to this job" button below.  Please indicate in your cover letter how you heard about this open position by listing the specific website or posting location. No phone calls, please.

    APPLY TO THIS JOB

     

    Director of Operations

    Reports to: Managing Director/COO
    Direct Reports to: Facilities Operations Manager
    Salary: $75,000 – $85,000

    BACKGROUND

    Join the dynamic team of arts professionals at the Goodman Theatre! Chicago’s theater since 1925, Goodman Theatre is a not-for-profit arts and community organization in the heart of the Loop, distinguished by the excellence and scope of its artistic programming and community engagement. The theater’s artistic priorities include new play development (more than 150 world or American premieres), large scale musical theater works and reimagined classics. As a cultural and community organization, Goodman Theatre is committed to using the art of theater for a better Chicago. Using the tools of the theatrical profession, the Goodman’s Education and Engagement programs aim to develop generations of citizens who understand the cultures and stories of diverse voices.

    We at Goodman Theatre are storytellers who believe that a diversity of people, ideas and cultures in our organization enriches both the art on stage and our civic engagement. In our workplace, we strive to reflect the communities we serve, and make space in which each individual is empowered to bring their full, authentic self to work. The Goodman values equity, diversity and inclusion and is committed to approaching our work through the practice of anti-racism. The inclusion of difference(s) such as ability, age, background, beliefs, ethnicity, gender, gender expression, race, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status and all other identities represented across staff, board, artists and audiences help make us better equipped to live these values—on stage and off. Learn more at GoodmanTheatre.org/Accountability

    POSITION SUMMARY

    The Director of Operations is responsible for the venue operations, facilities and custodial management of the Goodman Theatre complex (170 N Dearborn) and Scene Shop (363 W Pershing), ensuring the safety and comfort of all staff and patrons. This is full-time/salaried position with occasional night and weekend shifts.

    Responsibilities

    • Provide leadership and oversight of the facilities and custodial department ensuring proper maintenance and repair of the facilities
    • In conjunction with the Facilities Operations Manager, develop and maintain annual budgets for 170 N Dearborn and 363 W Pershing, including utilities, service contracts, maintenance (repairs/replacements), equipment/supplies, and custodial support
    • In collaboration with senior management and facility consultant, develop and execute annual capital plan/budget and long-term/master capital plan/budget for all facilities.
    • Oversee and ensure adherence to the preventative maintenance program
    • Implements and administers the Computerized Maintenance Management Software
    • Conduct scope review for all proposed maintenance and repair projects. Plan and review all proposed replacement projects
    • Review and negotiate service contracts with vendors and service-providers, including HVAC, chillers, plumbing, elevators, life safety systems, etc.
    • Maintain proper licenses and permits, and ensure compliance with proper building codes and status for regulated building and life safety systems
    • Works with the Consultant to implement a strategic sustainability plan: track and conserve energy use, lower utility costs, monitor and report on practices, reduce carbon footprint, and promote social responsibility
    • Recommend and/or formulate internal policies, guidelines and procedures pertaining to the built environment. Measures, evaluates, and makes recommendations for improvement of quality control
    • Manage Goodman Theatre safety program and lead interdepartmental safety committee
    • Responsible for the buildings’ security control (alarms) and access control (fobs/keys/etc)
    • Coordinate with Front of House and Guest Services departments to support superior patron experience and lobby operations.
    • Lead by example, modeling behavior and values consistent with Goodman’s Community Agreement and furthering Goodman’s IDEAA (inclusion, diversity, equity, anti-racism and access) goals
    • Ensure all ADA regulations are followed for the organization and work with Accessibility Coordinator and Front of House staff to execute accessibility program
    • Work closely with the Front of House Director and Events Director to develop building schedules and maintain schedules in ArtsVision.
    • Collaborate with Front of House department to establish emergency procedures and ensure ongoing staff training in emergency operations
    • Work closely with other all other departments as needed and provide necessary services to all employees
    • First responder for building emergencies; on call 24/7

    Qualifications and Experience

    • Demonstrated experience in the management of commercial building maintenance, operations, and projects. Theatre or live entertainment venue preferred.
    • Growth mindset: committed to continuing education and participating in industry organization training
    • Knowledge and experience of best industry practices including: reliability centered maintenance, safety standards, energy management practices, and other cost-effective practices
    • Strong verbal and written communication skills
    • Proven critical thinking, problem solving and organizational skills
    • Ability to supervise, lead, motivate and mentor personnel
    • Ability to foster and maintain good working relationships with key stakeholders
    • Industry certifications and licenses (SMT, SMA, BOC, CFC); OSHA safety training preferred
    • MS Office, BAS and CMMS software technology experience preferred
    • Capable of performing physical labor, maneuvering 60 lbs. or more, negotiating ladders, working from heights of up to 30 feet, and working from unusual angles to fix equipment
    • Agreeable to a flexible/variable work schedule, including occasional evenings and weekends
    • Agreeable to participate in on call rotation for building emergencies, except for approved paid time off
    • Collaborative, cooperative, and proven performer in customer service

    ADDITIONAL

    Goodman Theatre offers a competitive salary and a comprehensive benefits package including health, dental, paid vacation, sick leave, and 401K.

    Goodman Theatre is an equal opportunity employer and considers applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, sexual orientation, or any other legally protected status. By dedicating itself to three guiding principles—quality, diversity and community— the Goodman Theatre seeks to be the premier cultural organization in Chicago, providing productions and programs that make an essential contribution to the quality of life in our city.

    The Goodman is an inclusive and accessible employer. Successful candidates will have experience working with diverse groups of people and will demonstrate a deep commitment to advancing equity and inclusion at the Goodman Theatre.

    VACCINE POLICY

    The Goodman requires proof of full vaccination and booster. New employees who are not fully vaccinated as of the date of hire are required to be fully vaccinated within 45 days of hire and provide twice-weekly proof of a negative COVID-19 test prior to being fully vaccinated. Further details will be provided upon hire

    HOW TO APPLY

    Qualified individuals are invited to submit a cover letter, resume and three references by selecting the "Apply to this job" button below.  Please indicate in your cover letter how you heard about this open position by listing the specific website or posting location. No phone calls, please.

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    Director of Production

    Reports to: Artistic Director/Executive Director
    Salary: $130,000 – $150,000

    BACKGROUND

    Join the dynamic team of arts professionals at the Goodman Theatre! Chicago’s theater since 1925, Goodman Theatre is a not-for-profit arts and community organization in the heart of the Loop, distinguished by the excellence and scope of its artistic programming and community engagement. The theater’s artistic priorities include new play development (more than 150 world or American premieres), large scale musical theater works and reimagined classics. As a cultural and community organization, Goodman Theatre is committed to using the art of theater for a better Chicago. Using the tools of the theatrical profession, the Goodman’s Education and Engagement programs aim to develop generations of citizens who understand the cultures and stories of diverse voices.

    We at Goodman Theatre are storytellers who believe that a diversity of people, ideas and cultures in our organization enriches both the art on stage and our civic engagement. In our workplace, we strive to reflect the communities we serve, and make space in which each individual is empowered to bring their full, authentic self to work. The Goodman values equity, diversity and inclusion and is committed to approaching our work through the practice of anti-racism. The inclusion of difference(s) such as ability, age, background, beliefs, ethnicity, gender, gender expression, race, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status and all other identities represented across staff, board, artists and audiences help make us better equipped to live these values—on stage and off. Learn more at GoodmanTheatre.org/Accountability

    POSITION SUMMARY

    The Director of Production leads the Production Department and, in collaboration with directors, designers and Goodman staff, is responsible for the technical execution of all Goodman Theatre productions and events. As a member of the senior leadership team, the Director of Production provides institutional leadership in support of Goodman Theatre’s mission, values and strategic goals.

    Position Responsibilities:

    • Lead production department by working closely with department heads (scenic, props, costumes, electrics, sound, stage management, etc) to plan and execute all technical aspects of Goodman productions and events. Sets a tone of open communication, trust and respect in all aspects of management.
    • Develop and foster successful working relationships between Goodman production staff and visiting designers and creative team members
    • Collaborate with creative teams throughout design process, establishing budgets and work schedules for all aspects of Goodman productions; and work closely with production department heads to manage established budgets and timelines.
    • Develop and maintain season and organizational calendars to include all major programming, season dates, production dates and deadlines
    • Work closely with Managing Director to manage collaborations with producing partners, including commercial producers and non-profit theatres
    • Develop and execute master/capital planning for all production assets and theatrical equipment
    • In collaboration with director and artistic producing team, identify, hire and contract designers for Goodman productions. Contract additional production personnel as necessary
    • Oversee and participate in full production process for all shows in the Albert and Owen Theatre, including load-in, tech and preview periods.
    • Support Development Department with large scale events as needed (Education Event, Annual Gala)
    • Maintain a productive relationship with union leadership for both IATSE and USA scenic artists contracts. Serve on management team in union negotiations and collaborate with Goodman leadership in administering and interpreting agreements.
    • Serve as member of the Goodman Health and Safety Committee, working closely with Director of Operations to maintain a safe work environment
    • Lead by example, modeling behavior and values consistent with Goodman’s Community Agreement and furthering Goodman’s IDEAA (inclusion, diversity, equity, anti-racism and access) goals

    Experience and Qualifications

    • Extensive background and demonstrated knowledge in technical theatre and industry best practices related to production management and theatrical design
    • Experience leading a large, multi-faceted staff
    • Demonstrated success in project management – delivering outcomes on-time and on-budget
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
    • Working knowledge of AutoCAD
    • Experience administering IATSE, USA (scenic artist) agreement preferred
    • Creative thinker, flexible, easily adaptable to change

    Comprehensive Benefits Package

    • Health & Dental insurance
    • Paid Time off including, Vacation, Sick & Federal and Floating Holidays
    • Parental and Disability Leaves
    • Retirement Plan
    • The Goodman supports the following Affinity Groups staff participation: - BIPOC - Black Affinity Group/Space - Disability Affinity Group - Femme/Women Affinity Group - Jewish Affinity Group - Latinx Affinity Group - LGBTQIA Affinity Group - Parent Affinity Group
    • Staff members receive complimentary tickets to previews and opening nights for all productions and receive half-price tickets after opening
    • All staff are also invited to join opening night parties!

    ADDITIONAL

    Goodman Theatre is an equal opportunity employer and considers applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, sexual orientation, or any other legally protected status. By dedicating itself to three guiding principles—quality, diversity and community— the Goodman Theatre seeks to be the premier cultural organization in Chicago, providing productions and programs that make an essential contribution to the quality of life in our city.

    VACCINE POLICY

    The Goodman requires proof of full vaccination including booster. New employees who are not fully vaccinated as of the date of hire are required to be fully vaccinated within 45 days of hire and provide twice-weekly proof of a negative COVID-19 test prior to being fully vaccinated. Further details will be provided upon hire.

    The Goodman is an inclusive and accessible employer. Successful candidates will have experience working with diverse groups of people and will demonstrate a deep commitment to advancing equity and inclusion at the Goodman Theatre.

    HOW TO APPLY

    Qualified individuals are invited to submit a cover letter and resume via productionondeck.com/goodmandop.  Please indicate in your cover letter how you heard about this open position by listing the specific website or posting location. No phone calls, please.

     

    Assistant Properties Supervisor (Full-Time)

    Reports to: Properties Supervisor
    Hourly Rate: $25

    BACKGROUND

    Join the dynamic team of arts professionals at the Goodman Theatre! Chicago’s theater since 1925, Goodman Theatre is a not-for-profit arts and community organization in the heart of the Loop, distinguished by the excellence and scope of its artistic programming and community engagement. The theater’s artistic priorities include new play development (more than 150 world or American premieres), large scale musical theater works and reimagined classics. As a cultural and community organization, Goodman Theatre is committed to using the art of theater for a better Chicago. Using the tools of the theatrical profession, the Goodman’s Education and Engagement programs aim to develop generations of citizens who understand the cultures and stories of diverse voices.

    We at Goodman Theatre are storytellers who believe that a diversity of people, ideas and cultures in our organization enriches both the art on stage and our civic engagement. In our workplace, we strive to reflect the communities we serve, and make space in which each individual is empowered to bring their full, authentic self to work. The Goodman values equity, diversity and inclusion and is committed to approaching our work through the practice of anti-racism. The inclusion of difference(s) such as ability, age, background, beliefs, ethnicity, gender, gender expression, race, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status and all other identities represented across staff, board, artists and audiences help make us better equipped to live these values—on stage and off. Learn more at GoodmanTheatre.org/Accountability

    POSITION SUMMARY

    The Goodman Theatre seeks an Assistant Properties Supervisor to be a part of our production team for the 9 show season, including our annual production of A Christmas Carol. The Assistant Properties Supervisor will work collaboratively with the Prop Supervisor in all aspects of running the properties department which includes assistance in overseeing the props crew, aid in communicating with designers and stage managers and executing properties for all productions.

    RESPONSIBILITIES

    • Coordinate and develop relationships with the props staff to ensure timely and efficient workflow of projects.
    • Assist in developing and maintaining daily work lists, calendars and crew hours. Assist in organizing and distributing specific show information to the properties crew.
    • Oversee load-ins and load-outs with Properties Supervisor. Arrange transportation of properties between shop and theatre.
    • Track prop shop expenses providing expense reports to the prop shop supervisor and production department.
    • Coordinate prop rentals.
    • Direct and actively assist in the maintenance of prop work areas and storage spaces at the shop and theatre.
    • Be available for some technical rehearsals, overtime, and weekend hours.
    • Work on specific projects as assigned.

    QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE

    • Work collaboratively as a team member and maintain a positive attitude
    • Two to three years professional props experience
    • Knowledge and experience with prop construction methods and techniques
    • Proficient in Microsoft Office and Quicken. Experience with AutoCAD and Photoshop are beneficial
    • Ability to repeatedly lift, push or maneuver 50-70lbs, either alone or with assistance from others as well as scale ladders and work in high places
    • Must have own vehicle and applicable insurance to use vehicle for work purposes, a valid Illinois driver’s license, and clean driving record, and be able to operate company vehicles.
    • This position requires some overtime evening hours and weekend hours on an as needed basis.

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

    Goodman Theatre is an equal opportunity employer and considers applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, sexual orientation, or any other legally protected status. By dedicating itself to three guiding principles—quality, diversity and community— the Goodman Theatre seeks to be the premier cultural organization in Chicago, providing productions and programs that make an essential contribution to the quality of life in our city.

    This is a full-time, non-union hourly position with a comprehensive benefits package including health, dental, paid vacation, sick leave, and 401k.

    VACCINE POLICY

    The Goodman requires proof of full vaccination including booster. New employees who are not fully vaccinated as of the date of hire are required to be fully vaccinated within 45 days of hire and provide twice-weekly proof of a negative COVID-19 test prior to being fully vaccinated. Further details will be provided upon hire.

    The Goodman is an inclusive and accessible employer. Successful candidates will have experience working with diverse groups of people and will demonstrate a deep commitment to advancing equity and inclusion at the Goodman Theatre

    HOW TO APPLY

    Qualified individuals are invited to submit a cover letter, resume and three references by selecting the "Apply to this job" button below.  Please indicate in your cover letter how you heard about this open position by listing the specific website or posting location. No phone calls, please.

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    Wardrobe Crew (Overhire)

    LOCATION: 170 N. Dearborn Street
    Reports to: Wardrobe Supervisor
    Salary: $17.78
    FLSA STATUS: Non-exempt
    DATES: 6/1/22 through 7/24/22

    BACKGROUND

    Join the dynamic team of arts professionals at the Goodman Theatre! Chicago’s theater since 1925, Goodman Theatre is a not-for-profit arts and community organization in the heart of the Loop, distinguished by the excellence and scope of its artistic programming and community engagement. The theater’s artistic priorities include new play development (more than 150 world or American premieres), large scale musical theater works and reimagined classics. As a cultural and community organization, Goodman Theatre is committed to using the art of theater for a better Chicago. Using the tools of the theatrical profession, the Goodman’s Education and Engagement programs aim to develop generations of citizens who understand the cultures and stories of diverse voices.

    We at Goodman Theatre are storytellers who believe that a diversity of people, ideas and cultures in our organization enriches both the art on stage and our civic engagement. In our workplace, we strive to reflect the communities we serve, and make space in which each individual is empowered to bring their full, authentic self to work. The Goodman values equity, diversity and inclusion and is committed to approaching our work through the practice of anti-racism. The inclusion of difference(s) such as ability, age, background, beliefs, ethnicity, gender, gender expression, race, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status and all other identities represented across staff, board, artists and audiences help make us better equipped to live these values—on stage and off. Learn more at GoodmanTheatre.org/Accountability

    POSITION SUMMARY

    The Goodman Theatre seeks additional Wardrobe Crew person to join our team on our production of Life After. The crew will work together with actors on all changes, and will clean and maintain all costumes.

    This is an hourly position for June and July 2022. Housing and travel are not provided.

    Responsibilities

    • Prep and preset all costume pieces
    • Assist actors with all changes and costume handoffs
    • Launder and maintain all costumes
    • Through the tech process develop and document the entire run track

    Experience and Qualifications

    • Working knowledge of backstage procedures and performance etiquette
    • Basic sewing skills
    • Wig and hair styling skills are beneficial
    • Be well organized and punctual
    • Work collaboratively as a team member and maintain a positive attitude in high pressure situations
    • Must be able to work independently and know when to escalate maintenance issues

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

    Goodman Theatre is an equal opportunity employer and considers applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, sexual orientation, or any other legally protected status. By dedicating itself to three guiding principles—quality, diversity and community— the Goodman Theatre seeks to be the premier cultural organization in Chicago, providing productions and programs that make an essential contribution to the quality of life in our city.

    The Goodman requires proof of full vaccination. New employees who are not fully vaccinated as of the date of hire are required to be fully vaccinated within 45 days of hire and provide twice-weekly proof of a negative COVID-19 test prior to being fully vaccinated. Further details will be provided upon hire.

    The Goodman is an inclusive and accessible employer. Successful candidates will have experience working with diverse groups of people and will demonstrate a deep commitment to advancing equity and inclusion at the Goodman Theatre.

    HOW TO APPLY

    Qualified individuals are invited to submit a cover letter, resume and portfolio by selecting the "Apply to this job" button below.  Only applications with Portfolios will be considered. No phone calls, please.

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    Costume Technician

    LOCATION:170 N. Dearborn Street
    Reports to: Costume Shop Manager / Head draper
    Salary: $21 to $23 based on experience

    BACKGROUND

    Join the dynamic team of arts professionals at the Goodman Theatre! Chicago’s theater since 1925, Goodman Theatre is a not-for-profit arts and community organization in the heart of the Loop, distinguished by the excellence and scope of its artistic programming and community engagement. The theater’s artistic priorities include new play development (more than 150 world or American premieres), large scale musical theater works and reimagined classics. As a cultural and community organization, Goodman Theatre is committed to using the art of theater for a better Chicago. Using the tools of the theatrical profession, the Goodman’s Education and Engagement programs aim to develop generations of citizens who understand the cultures and stories of diverse voices.

    We at Goodman Theatre are storytellers who believe that a diversity of people, ideas and cultures in our organization enriches both the art on stage and our civic engagement. In our workplace, we strive to reflect the communities we serve, and make space in which each individual is empowered to bring their full, authentic self to work. The Goodman values equity, diversity and inclusion and is committed to approaching our work through the practice of anti-racism. The inclusion of difference(s) such as ability, age, background, beliefs, ethnicity, gender, gender expression, race, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status and all other identities represented across staff, board, artists and audiences help make us better equipped to live these values—on stage and off. Learn more at GoodmanTheatre.org/Accountability

    POSITION SUMMARY

    The Goodman Theatre seeks a costume technician to join our costume shop in all phases of costume construction including stitching, dyeing and distressing for our 8-show subscription season, which includes our annual production of Christmas Carol, and our annual New Stages Festival.

    Responsibilities

    • Dyeing and distressing as assigned
    • Uphold Goodman Theatre quality and construction standards
    • Join the shop in the maintenance of shop spaces and supplies
    • Through the tech process develop and document the entire run track
    • Work collaboratively as a team member and maintain a positive attitude

    Experience and Qualifications

    • 2-3 years professional costume shop experience is desirable
    • Strong skills at both hand and machine stitching
    • Basic dyeing and distressing skills and experience
    • Craft experience desirable
    • Able to prioritize tasks and be very detail oriented

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

    Goodman Theatre is an equal opportunity employer and considers applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, sexual orientation, or any other legally protected status. By dedicating itself to three guiding principles—quality, diversity and community— the Goodman Theatre seeks to be the premier cultural organization in Chicago, providing productions and programs that make an essential contribution to the quality of life in our city.

    The Goodman requires proof of full vaccination. New employees who are not fully vaccinated as of the date of hire are required to be fully vaccinated within 45 days of hire and provide twice-weekly proof of a negative COVID-19 test prior to being fully vaccinated. Further details will be provided upon hire.

    The Goodman is an inclusive and accessible employer. Successful candidates will have experience working with diverse groups of people and will demonstrate a deep commitment to advancing equity and inclusion at the Goodman Theatre.

    HOW TO APPLY

    Qualified individuals are invited to submit a cover letter, resume and portfolio by selecting the "Apply to this job" button below.  Only applications with Portfolios will be considered. No phone calls, please.

    APPLY TO THIS JOB

    Need Assistance?

    Applicants who need assistance completing the application may contact the Director of Human Resources at
    CheronMcNeal@GoodmanTheatre.org.