Roundabout Theatre Company
231 W 39th st #1200
New York, NY 10018
Roundabout Theatre Company, New York’s leading not-for-profit theatre seeks a confident, resilient, and detail-orientated individual to join our team as the Rentals Manager.
Roundabout Theatre company has five theaters and 3 rehearsal spaces. The Rental Manager will serve as the point of contact for clients throughout planning, execution and follow up of rentals at our theatres and rehearsal spaces. This person will be responsible for preparing and executing all rental forms such as contracts, budgets, and insurance certificates. The Rentals manager will work in collaboration with theatre management to ensure all union rules and theater policies are upheld while giving our clients an extraordinary experience. The Rentals manager will work with departments within the organization to schedule in house events.
THIS IS SOME OF WHAT THE RENTALS MANAGER WILL DO:
Respond to inquiries
Track and follow up on leads
Communicate with clients before the rental to review their needs
Schedule tech meetings with theatre staff to review renters needs
Conduct venue walkthroughs with theatre management
Onsite manager day of the rental and during the event at the theater spaces
Prepare event forms detailing logistics for RTC staff
Issue and collect contracts, insurance certificates and invoices for rental fees and labor
Maintain client files and database of contracts
Maintain the Rental Calendar
Communicate with building manager/renters to address any issues
Additional duties as assigned
THIS IS SOME OF WHAT THE RENTALS MANAGER SHOULD BRING:
2-3 years of customer service experience and prior event/venue/house management experience are required
Strong management, communication, and interpersonal skills.
Excellent organization skills, ability to multitask and prioritize accordingly
Experience writing contracts and budget reports
The ability to workdays, evenings, and weekends.
A general understanding of theatrical technology is preferred
A background, knowledge, and/or love for the arts.
Bachelor’s degree preferred.
The salary range for this role is $50,000 - $60,000 annually. Competitive benefits package offered.