The Development Director provides fundraising leadership and communications strategy to The Unusual Suspects. This ideal candidate is a strategic thinker with a deep philanthropic portfolio that can develop new ideas for funding and sustainable partnerships, while also very detailed orientated, independent, focused, and self-directed. The position is responsible for annually increasing the fundraising of the organization through foundation and government funding as well as individual and corporate giving.
Technical Coordinators oversee and implement all technical and creative aspects of our youth theatre programs. This independent contractor position is responsible for the creative audio and set design aspects of Page Plays and performances as well as lights, audio design, multimedia, chairs, cables, stands, furniture, set pieces, props. The TC will evaluate and assess the technical needs of the artistic team and determine how to best accomplish all production related requirements. Ideal candidates are highly skilled in technical theatre production and have a working knowledge of sound and light boards, digital image design, ETC Lighting and QLab software.
Teaching Artists should have demonstrated experience in theatre arts or playwriting disciplines (Bachelor’s degree, MFA or related training preferred) and a minimum of 2 years experience teaching school-aged children in public school settings. Teaching Artists experienced in creating safe learning environments to foster pro-social development, modeling positive behavior, and supporting participant accomplishments, no matter how large or small. The candidate should be comfortable interacting with school administrators and teachers. Strong oral and written communication skills and an ability to work as a part of a team are necessary.