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The main purpose of this role is to effectively and efficiently coordinate and manage the operations of the Theater and support the faculty and students in the ASW Performing Arts program.


  • University degree is preferred
  • Ability and willingness to work with students, faculty, parents and the community
  • Knowledge and expertise in the area of theatre arts and theatre management
  • Interest in remaining apprised of best practice, research and technology and management in the
  • area of theatre arts
  • Fluency in oral and written Polish and English
  • Willingness to adjust to flexible working hours


  • Maintains and communicates the master calendar of the theater.
  • Makes arrangements for scheduling all theater events.
  • Supervises the operation of all equipment necessary for the support of theater events.
  • Oversees and assists individuals and/or groups that rent or use the theater; and if available and on a case-by-case basis, in the Multipurpose Room or other venues on campus.
  • Ensures that all theatre equipment is in good condition and makes arrangements for repair, if needed.
  • Implements school policies and goals.
  • Works in consultation with appropriate Cost Center Heads to create and submit an annual theater budget.
  • Develops appropriate short-and long-term maintenance plans, and is able to adapt plans when needed.
  • Uses computer technology and software that supports theater events.
  • Develops and maintains an operational manual designed for ease of use of theater equipment.
  • Arranges for proper accounting of and security of theater assets.
  • Promotes community use of the theater. 
  • Confers with the appropriate administrative personnel and reviews activities and operations to determine changes in policies or operations if required.
  • Assists teachers as needed, in preparing for, and during, assemblies and performances in the main theater, and if available and on a case-by-case basis, in the Multipurpose Room or other venues on campus.
  • Takes a leading role in working with students interested in learning aspects of theater management.
  • Works closely with facilities and maintenance personnel to ensure all events comply with security and safety policies and practices.
  • Develops, maintains and fosters positive association with key stakeholders and community to ensure proper function and execution of hosted events.

The Theater Manager maintains a commitment to professional ethics, international mindedness, and the school’s mission and takes responsibility for participating in professional growth that results in enhanced theater experiences for all stakeholders.



  • SY 2023/2024