Box office supervisor, Historic Theatre Group, LLC

Location: Minneapolis, MN

Employee type: Full time

Industry: Arts; live music and theater

Job Type: Box office supervisor

Experience: 1+ years

Reports to: Director of Ticketing Operations, Historic Theatre Group, LLC

Summary: The box office supervisor manages the daily operations of the State Theatre Box Office, with a client and customer service focus. Provides team-oriented leadership to full-time and part-time box office associates. Resolves all customer, client, staff and technical challenges as part of the box office leadership team.

 Responsibilities:

  • Ensures smooth operation of daily box office functions including accurate daily balancing of box office sales in accordance with Historic Theatre Group’s finance department; promptly resolves any problems including chargebacks; orders change and maintains box office banks; oversees the daily upkeep of the box office including filing, cleaning, repairs and maintenance by utilizing box office associates
  • Ensures accurate and timely daily sales reporting, while maintaining proper confidentiality
  • Creates and maintains monthly box office schedules ensuring accuracy and coverage for all box office shifts
  • Maintains all displayed marketing materials and keeps them up to date
  • Assists with ticket inventory management and house seat orders for performance managers
  • Works with Ticketmaster to design reports to meet box office needs; ensures replacement or repair of hardware/equipment as needed; coordinates installation and training on new hardware and software upgrades
  • Resolves all ticketing problems quickly with a focus towards strong customer service
  • Supervises full-time staff, including providing training, discipline, giving performance reviews; schedules regular full-time meetings; gives direction for box office projects
  • Hires, supervises and trains full- and part-time box office staff as part of box office leadership team; ensures proper orientation to Historic Theatre Group policies and standards and box office procedures
  • Maintains and updates written procedures and training materials; keeps comprehensive records of policy and procedures
  • Maintains box office archives including event records, sales statistics, box office deposit and journal activity archives
  • Performs other duties as assigned

Qualifications and experience

  • 4-year college degree OR equivalent combination of education and experience required
  • Previous supervisory experience required
  • Box office/ticketing experience required
  • Proven strong customer service experience required
  • Previous experience handling cash required
  • Experience with Ticketmaster classic and Archtics software preferred

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This position is a full-time, exempt position, with a salary structure commensurate with experience. In addition, a competitive benefits package including company-sponsored medical coverage, paid vacation and 401(k) are included.

Persons seeking to be considered for this position should send email including a cover letter, resume, salary history and references.

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