Part Time Box Office Associate, Historic Theatre Group, LLC
Location: Minneapolis, MN
Employee Type : Part-Time
Industry: Arts; Live Music & Theatre
Job Type: Box Office
Reports to: Performance Managers, Historic Theatre Group, LLC
Summary: Utilizes multiple software systems to sell tickets to diverse customers, for a wide variety of events at three unique venues, while providing welcoming and memorable customer service.
- Works in Box Office window selling tickets to customers and providing accurate information on a variety of subjects relating to shows, facilities, related resources, and theatre and ticketing policies; answers phone inquiries as necessary in a polite, courteous manner;
- Assists subscribers with their needs pertaining to their season subscription.
- Provides positive and instructive technical and customer service support for other Box Office Associates by answering questions, authorizing transactions, and assisting them on the Ticketmaster system and the Archtics system;
- Oversees the daily upkeep of the Box Office including accurate filing, regular cleaning, and archiving past show and operational materials;
- Maintains adequate supply inventory for the Box Office;
- Tracks and maintains lost and found items in accordance with standard Box Office policy;
- Accepts deliveries and moves packages as necessary; makes daily mail runs throughout the theatres and between organization’s offices, as requested;
- Accurately performs routine duties related to opening the Box Offices (e.g. counting banks, unlocking doors, turning on lights etc.) in accordance with standard practice;
- Accurately performs duties related to closing the Box Offices (e.g. running reports, locking doors, locking files, transporting deposits, etc.) in accordance with standard practice;
- Arrives on time for scheduled shifts, returns from breaks on time;
- Maintains appropriate appearance and wears complete uniform during all scheduled work hours;
- Consistently displays a positive attitude towards customers, co-workers, supervisors, cast members, and shows;
- Perform other duties as assigned.
- Proven strong customer service experience required.
- Previous experience handling cash required.
- Box Office/Ticketing experience preferred.
- Ticketmaster and/or Archtics software experience preferred.
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Starting wage for this position is $13.05 per a collective bargaining agreement. Union membership is required.
Persons seeking to be considered for this position should send email including a cover letter, resume and references to HTG.Admin@broadwayacrossamerica.com.