Assistant Event Services Manager (Ferguson Center for the Arts - Patron Services) H-285 (Filling One or More Position)Role Title:
Administrative Office Specialist IIIPosition Number:
Non ExemptPay Band:
Part TimeType of Posting:
General PublicIs Sensitive Position?:
This position is designated as a “responsible employee” who has the authority to redress sexual violence, who has the duty to report incidents of sexual violence or other student misconduct, or who a student could reasonably believe has this authority or duty.If Designated Personnel, please paste statement:
This position is a “designated position” meaning this position could potentially be required to work (depending on the event) during an emergency closing.Statement of Economic Interest:
NoIs this a restricted position subject to availability of funding?:
To enhance and enrich the cultural development and awareness of the University and greater region by offering superior performing arts experiences delivered with the highest level of service.Purpose of the Position:
This position will support the Ferguson Center by being responsible for the smooth operations of the lobby and audience seating area during events held at the facility. House Managers are to provide and enforce excellent customer service by creating a welcoming environment, overseeing all patron and staff safety and well-being from arrival through departure post-event. Additionally, this position will assist the Patron Services Manager in the supervision of student and volunteer staff and also support to the Ticket Office as needed.Knowledge, Skills, Abilities (KSA's) and/or Competencies required and preferred:
Ability to manage and work effectively with people
Ability to coordinate multiple tasks simultaneously, solve problems and make decisions
Ability to operate calmly under pressure and be adaptable to any situation
Good interpersonal skills
Excellent oral, written and organizational skills
Must be self-motivated and have a commitment to excellent customer service
Excellent cash handling skills
Excellent computer skills
Ability to work potentially long, irregular hours including weekends for an extended period as dictated by events schedule
Ability to lift 20-50 lbs. (boxes, folding tables, chairs and stanchions, etc.)
Ability to stand for an extensive period of time and negotiate stairsEducation, Experience, Licensure, Certification Required :
Education Required: High school diploma or equivalent. Valid driver’s license.
Experience Required: Experience in a customer service environment. Experience with word processing and spreadsheet software.Education, Experience, Licensure, Certification Preferred :
Education Preferred: Some college coursework to include the fine and performing arts.
Experience Preferred: Experience in event management, front of house and/or ticket office operations. Experience working at a performing arts center. Experience working in hospitality. Experience supervising others.Role Code:
$12.98Conditions of Employment:
Per the Governor’s order, as a state employee, you would be required to disclose vaccine status. If you are fully vaccinated, you must provide documents confirming this status. The Governor requires that all employees who are unvaccinated, or not yet fully vaccinated to be tested weekly until they are fully vaccinated. This is a condition of employment. Number of Vacancies:
This is an HOURLY position and does NOT entitle the incumbent to Commonwealth of Virginia benefits and is limited to 1500 hours in a 365-day period;
Selected candidate must have the ability to work potentially long, irregular hours including weekends for an extended period as dictated by events schedule.
Selected candidate must have the ability to lift 20-50 lbs. (boxes, folding tables, chairs and stanchions, etc.).
Selected candidate must have the ability to stand for an extensive period of time and negotiate stairs.
Selected candidate will be required to attend a 2-Day New Employee Orientation Program.
10/26/2021Open Until Filled:
NoSpecial Instructions to Applicants:
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