The University of Washington School of Drama (SoD) is hiring! We have three exciting staff positions available. Come work with a dynamic and creative team!
The University of Washington School of Drama is seeking someone to join our staff as Production Manager. The person in this position will manage all aspects of School of Drama productions aligning our production resources, including a staff of twelve, with the school’s pedagogical goals. This position is part of the senior leadership team, and is expected to uphold, model, and support the School’s student-centric mission and vision.
For full description and to apply, go to UW human resources, job number 208572. This job is open until filled.
Director of Engagement
The University of Washington School of Drama is seeking a person to join our staff as Director of Engagement. Through marketing and communications, the Director of Engagement fosters, stewards, and supports the School of Drama’s relationships with students, prospective students, faculty, staff, alumni, donors, audiences, local communities, and professional theatre arts communities nationwide. They are a member of the school’s administrative leadership team.
For full description and to apply, go to UW human resources, job number 208293. This job is open until filled.
Administrative Assistant 3
The Administrative Assistant plays a key function by supporting daily office management and projects on behalf of the School of Drama. The essential job functions include providing administrative support to Director and Administrator, monitoring room reservations and use of Hutchinson Hall and Penthouse Theatre spaces, assisting Time Schedule Coordinator inputting quarterly class schedules, and maintaining the Director’s calendar.
For full description and to apply, go to UW human resources, job number 208574. This job closes on July 20, 2022
Commitment to Equity
The School of Drama is committed to building and supporting a multicultural community that fosters equity, diversity, inclusion, and access. We aim for all members of our community to think critically about and engage actively with the world around them. Our faculty and staff are expected to understand and embrace our commitment to respecting and representing diverse ideas, races, genders, sexualities, abilities, cultures, religions, and traditions, and to interrupt behaviors that hinder our work towards anti-racism and our diversity and inclusion efforts. Black, Indigenous, People of Color and members of other under-represented groups are encouraged to apply.