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Technical Director (Full-time)

Job Description

Teatro SEA (Society of the Educational Arts, Inc.) seeks an outstanding candidate to fill its full-time Technical Director position. 


Teatro SEA’s Technical Director will supervise Teatro SEA’s facilities and spaces and all performances/special events (both in-house and at outside venues). In addition, this person will be responsible for managing part-time technical & maintenance employees and consultants.

This person will report to Teatro SEA’s CEO & Artistic Director and Managing Director.

Primary Responsibilities include:

  • Oversee the operations of all theater performances at outside venues (schools, senior centers, cultural venues, theaters, etc.) as well as our home-base theater, Teatro SEA, to ensure successful performances for audiences and clients.
  • Operate, maintain and ensure the security of the technical equipment and the facilities (office, rehearsal studios, storage, etc.), including supervising the use of lighting, sound, and communications equipment, and the use and maintenance of the spaces.
  • Plan, construct, and paint sets, including complicated props.
  • Schedule, oversee and supervise technical aspects of outside rentals in Teatro SEA including rentals for special events and productions. Coordinate with visiting companies’ production staff during their entire rental term
  • Maintain cleanliness of all spaces including theater, office, dressing room, lobby, storage area, rehearsal space, etc.
  • Ensure Teatro SEA’s facilities are in compliance with City & NYFD codes and regulations as well as other required codes
  • May be asked to attend national and international tours of Teatro SEA’s productions. 

Required Qualifications

The successful candidate will possess the following:

  • Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent professional experience in Technical Theatre, Experience with Theatre Design & Technology, or related technical fields.
  • High proficiency in QLab software and projections.
  • Knowledge of Digital sound board
  • ION Board, including programming of moving lights
  • Previous theater production experience and hands on technical production experience.
  • Working knowledge and skills related to equipment, technologies, and duties associated with the position.
  • Strong work ethic, stamina and passion for the performing arts and working in a non-profit as well as the flexibility and experience to deal with unpredictable pressures and a variable work flow or work activity.
  • Bilingual (Spanish/English) preferred, but not necessary
  • Valid NY State driver’s license


Salary commensurate with experience. $32k-37k

To apply, email a resume and cover letter to Edgar Mozoub, Managing Director,

Development Associate


Society of the Educational Arts, Inc./Sociedad Educative de las Artes, Inc. (Teatro SEA) seeks an outstanding candidate to fill its part-time position of Development Associate. The mission of SEA is to provide Latino children and youth of New York City with training and access to culturally enriching programs through the theater and the arts.  

The Position 

SEA’s Development Associate will research, plan and organize fundraising activities including individual donations, corporate grants and foundation grants. They will also support the Board of Directors in its fundraising.  

The Development Associate will report to the CEO and Managing Director and work closely with the Board Chair. The organization’s goals include significantly enhancing its fundraising capacity, particularly in the area of individual donations, Corporate and Foundation grants. 

Primary Responsibilities include:


  • Research and organize a comprehensive prospect list.  Create a calendar for foundations, corporations and government grants/deadlines. Send proposals to meet these deadlines. 
  • Revamp current proposals.   
  • Support our annual individual giving program that includes; identification of potential donors, gift solicitation through appeals and in-person meetings, cultivation through small events, and stewardship in conjunction with the Founding Artistic Director.
  • Oversee the planning and execution of the organization’s special events including a series of cultivation events for prospective individual donors and institutional supporters.

Board of Directors Relations

  • Work with the Development Committee of the Board of Directors and the Artistic and Managing Directors to develop strategies to initiate and meet fundraising goals.
  • Help develop fundraising training for Board members.
  • Support all development reports to the Board and attend all Board meetings.
  • Prepare and administer the development budget, projecting and achieving goals for both revenue and expense.
  • Help establish development policies, systems, and procedures, with an emphasis on ethical practices for soliciting and reporting gifts, and meeting the expectations of donors.

Experience and Qualifications 

The successful candidate will possess the following:

  • Minimum B.A. degree and experience in all areas of fundraising, preferably in an arts and/or education/theater environment.
  • Excellent organizational and verbal and written skills; a professional demeanor and track record of nurturing long-term relationships with Board members, donors, and industry and civic leaders.
  • Strong major gift and annual fund campaign experience, with success in both setting and achieving goals.
  • Experience in responding to grant opportunities from government agencies at all levels and New York City and national foundations.
  • Financial management experience needed to oversee department budget, both revenue and expenses.
  • Experience in setting up and using fundraising tools including research and other donor relations software systems and contact management systems.
  • Bilingual in Spanish/English is preferred, but not required. 
  • Deep appreciation for the arts and its benefits for children of all ages.

Hours: Part-time, occasional evening and weekend work required.

Salary: $32k-37k commensurate with experience.  

Location: In-person, some opportunities for remote work may be available. 

How to Apply

Send cover letter and resume along with two references and two writing samples (preferably one annual fund appeal and one (short) grant proposal) by email to Edgar Mozoub, Managing Director,

Arts & Sales Coordinator

Administrative Tasks:

  1. Answer telephone calls
  2. Greet and direct visitors
  3. Translate documents from English to Spanish and Spanish to English
  4. Manage reservations for general audiences performances
  5. Assist Director of Sales and Managing Director 
  6. Manage office operations, including scheduling appointments, organizing files, and ordering supplies

Sales Coordination Tasks:

  • Coordinate theater performances at schools, libraries, parks and other venues in NYC with the possibility of coordinating international performances and tours
  • Coordinate in-school art residencies.
  • Coordinate school groups to attend performances at Teatro SEA
  • Manage the calendar of performances
  • Serve as the liaison with show venue and school groups visiting Teatro SEA
  • Attend school presentations 
  • Assist in the coordination of arts and cultural community festivals and events
  • Assist the Sales Team to promote arts and cultural programs to potential clients  
  • ​​Develop and implement sales strategies to meet or exceed sales goals
  • Identify and pursue new sales opportunities
  • Build and maintain relationships with existing and potential clients
  • Manage and update the customer database
  • Prepare and deliver sales presentations and proposals
  • Monitor and analyze sales data and market trends
  • Collaborate with other departments to ensure customer satisfaction

In addition to the above tasks, this person will be expected to perform other related duties as requested by the executive staff.

Required Qualifications:

  • Extensive software skills (Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Google Applications, CRM)
  • Fully bilingual both verbal and written (English & Spanish)
  • Must be eligible to work in the USA
  • Internet research abilities
  • Strong communication skills
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • The ability to work well with all levels of internal management and staff as well as outside clients/vendors
  • The ability to handle confidential matters
  • Strong organizational skills

Preferred Qualifications: Project operations coordination and customer service experience. 

In-person Part-Time: 25 hours per week

Compensation: $15-$17 per hour

To Apply: email a resume and cover letter to