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Strathmore is a nonprofit multi-disciplinary arts center outside Washington, DC with multiple venues, strong community partnerships and robust educational programming. Spotlighting world-class talent and serving as a launch pad for local artists, Strathmore presents nearly 400 accessible and affordable events and exhibitions each year in the Music Center, Mansion, on our 16-acre campus, at AMP, and throughout the community.
Based one-half mile outside the Capital Beltway in North Bethesda, Maryland, we are a public/private partnership with Montgomery County Government and serve the entire Washington, DC region and the state of Maryland with exceptional artistic experiences and opportunities to learn and connect. Our programming is a vibrant reflection of the community that surrounds us. Strathmore believes the most compelling contemplations of our world are created by artists. Amplifying these creative voices is at the heart of our work.
We are also engaged in and committed to ongoing, institution-wide conversation, education, and thinking about how systemic inequities impact our organization’s work and how best to address that in a way that is consistent with our mission. This promise is made within the broad context of Strathmore’s Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Access (I.D.E.A.) goals to expand access and diversity, promote inclusion, and build equity for all. In this proactive way, Strathmore intends to become a fully anti-racist organization. You can read more about Strathmore on our website, including information about our mission and values.
Position Title: – Strathmore Children’s Chorus, Production Manager
Reports to: Lauren Campbell, Vice President, Community & Education / Michael Wu, SCC Artistic Director
Position Type: Part Time, Salaried – 30 hrs/week
Location: Music Center at Strathmore
The Production Manager supports the Artistic Director in the preparation and performance of all SCC Children’s Chorus events. Experience in production of choral events and rehearsals, stage management and logistics is desirable. Evening and weekend hours are required.
*Note that this position is one half of a job-share with the SCC Administration Manager and is lead on all production elements. Over time, the specific division of duties may flex based on the candidates’ interests, qualifications and needs of the team.
May include, but are not limited to the following:
Ensemble Management 30%
The Production Manager manages Concert, Tenor Bass and Touring Chorus. Concert Chorus rehearses weekly on Mondays at 5:30pm, Tenor Bass Chorus meets weekly on Mondays at 6:45pm. Touring Chorus is a subset of Concert Chorus and meets a second time per week on Thursdays at 5:30pm and has additional performances.
Other Duties As Assigned 10%
This is a part-time, non-exempt, salaried position compensated at an annual salary of $30,000.