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Serves as the strategic administrative partner to organization leadership, the chief financial steward and leader of administrative support services for the organization. Identifies, mobilize, and optimize financial and other resources to help advance the mission of the organization and ensure that the organization’s faculty, students, and staff receive high quality administrative support in a manner compliant with university policies and procedures. Directs, plans, and manages the comprehensive business affairs of the organization, including management and analysis of organization budgets, program development, information systems, human resources, staff training and development, facilities management, and regulatory compliance. The David Geffen School of Drama ("DGSD”) supports hybrid work for certain positions. Currently, the Director of Finance and Business Operations may work from home two days a week. This schedule is subject to change based on the business needs of DGSD.
David Geffen School of Drama at Yale/Yale Repertory Theatre seeks a new collaborator to serve as Associate Director of Theatre Safety and Occupational Health. We are looking for someone who understands that excellence in theatre safety goes beyond compliance. Someone who understands that a great safety culture requires great communication and good collaboration, and an enthusiasm for finding workable solutions. And above all, we’re looking for someone who wants to foster a community where everyone belongs.
We are looking for someone who appreciates the artistry of technical systems as much as the science necessary to execute them, who enjoys solving challenges through collaboration, and who is driven to discover and innovate. And above all, we’re looking for someone who wants to foster a community where everyone belongs.
The School aims to train and advance leaders in every theatrical discipline making art to inspire joy, empathy, and understanding in the world. We are the most comprehensive graduate‐level theater conservatory in the English‐speaking world, offering training in Acting, Design including Costume, Lighting, Projection, Set and Sound Design, Directing, Dramaturgy and Dramatic Criticism, Playwriting, Stage Management, Technical Design and Production, and Theater Management. The School operates in concert with the Tony Award‐winning LORT Yale Repertory Theatre in downtown New Haven, CT. Our community of more than 400 faculty, staff, students, and technical interns is guided in our work by four core values: artistry, belonging, collaboration, and discovery.
The Projection Supervisor reports to the Production Manager and coordinates the work of the projection production department. While overseeing the staff Projection Technician, projection intern(s), and casual and work‐study labor, the Projection Supervisor mentors student engineers and collaborates with graduate student and guest projection designers. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, participation in budget and production meetings, oversight of planning, system preparation and load‐in phases, attendance at selected rehearsals, technical rehearsals, previews, note sessions, strike and subsequent seminars. The Projection Supervisor is responsible for tracking the development of projection hardware and software, and will oversee, monitor, and expend the projection shop equipment budget, and collaborate with the projection design faculty on design lab equipment and upkeep. This position may teach courses in their area of expertise.
David Geffen School of Drama at Yale and Yale Repertory Theatre (DGSD/YRT) seek an Assistant Dean/ General Manager/Assistant Professor Adjunct to collaborate with the DGSD deans to lead and manage a unique and storied institution: the most comprehensive graduate theater training program in the United States, operating together with the Tony Award–winning LORT theater; Yale Repertory Theatre in downtown New Haven, CT, on the campus of a world-class research university.