Company Management Fellow
The Broadway sensation WICKED looks at what happened in the Land of Oz…but from a different angle. Winner of over 100 international awards including the Grammy Award and three Tony Awards, WICKED has been performed in over 100 cities in 16 countries around the world. WICKED has been running on Broadway for nearly 20 years.
WICKED is seeking a Company Management Fellow who identifies as part of an under-represented group* in commercial theatre. The Fellow will work with the company managers of the Broadway and Touring productions of WICKED, specifically focusing on exposure to union contracts and regulations, financial planning and tracking, and supervision of the company at the theater during performances.
Roles and Responsibilities
Job responsibilities include but are not limited to:
- Processing union benefit reports to eight different unions;
- Processing weekly royalty remittances to percentage royalty holders;
- Covering select performances each week at the theater – representing the
producers and general managers during those performances;
- Filing workers compensation claims for actors and other company members as
- Compiling and tracking ticket needs from the production for submission to the box
- Attending advertising and marketing meetings with company management;
- Attending company management seminars for interns & fellows over the year;
- Performing additional company management projects and tasks as they arise.
Qualifications & Required Skills
- Strong written and verbal communication skills
- Comfortable multi-tasking in a fast-paced work environment
- Experience with Microsoft Office suite especially Microsoft Excel/spreadsheets
- Ability to work under pressure and prioritize tasks appropriately
- Efficient work ethic and time management skills
- Savvy with current trends in social media
- Memory for names and faces
- Skillful interpersonal communicator
- Team oriented
- Highly organized
- Detail oriented
- Respect for confidentiality and privacy
- Personable and Enthusiastic
START DATE: Early 2024, with an exact start date TBD
SALARY: $59,800 annually
RELOCATION STIPEND: Relocation stipend as needed
BENEFITS: Monthly $50 cell phone reimbursement, monthly Metrocard provided; health care reimbursement to be negotiated if applicable.
PTO: 1 week paid vacation after every 6-months worked; 3 paid personal days; sick leave as per the New York State Department of Labor
SCHEDULE: 40 hrs per week to be determined including some weekends and nights
TERM: One year, with a possible second year if mutually agreed
TO APPLY: Please send your resume and references to firstname.lastname@example.org.
EEO STATEMENT: Wicked LLC is an Equal Opportunity Employer with a commitment to providing a workplace which thrives on dignity, mutual respect and inclusion. We celebrate individuality and recognize that individual differences enable every company member to bring something unique to their role and to the show. We actively employ and engage everyone based on their skillsets, abilities and experience, irrespective of age, gender or gender identity, neurological or physical ability, sexual orientation, socioeconomic class, race, ethnicity, marital or veteran status. As part of our collective responsibility to maintain an ethos of teamwork, professionalism, and healthy collaboration, we honor and acknowledge the immeasurable contribution made by every individual in our dedication to delivering world class performances.
*WICKED is seeking candidates from historically underrepresented groups for “behind the scenes” work in commercial theater. Besides being a resident of New York State through the duration of this fellowship, the fellow must also be someone who identifies as a member of an underrepresented group in the theatre, if not larger entertainment, sphere.
“Under-Represented Group(s)” means people in diverse and under-represented communities including without limitation, people who identify themselves as women, Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC), Latin-x, Asian and/or Pacific Islander (API), Middle Eastern and/or North African and/or South Asian (MENASA), people with disabilities, within the LGBTQIA+ community, genderqueer or non-binary, or those
who identify with a religion, culture, age, ethnicity, nationality, or alienage that have been historically under-represented in theatrical productions, or people having a combination of these attributes.