San Francisco Girls Chorus
- Attend all Premier Ensemble rehearsals, track attendance, and provide supervision of the students during rehearsals and breaks.
- Coordinate rehearsal room reservations and prepare the rehearsal space as needed, including the preparation of all materials (music, scores, chairs, stands, risers, emergency bags etc.), as well as re-store the room at the conclusion of rehearsal.
- Take thorough rehearsal notes, as needed by the Artistic Director.
- Ensure rehearsal communication with guest artists and collaborators.
- Supervise two ensemble student managers, ensuring they have all information for thorough communication to ensemble.
- Coordinate Soloist Intensive rehearsals, ensuring rehearsal rooms are reserved and set up, and students receive rehearsal schedule.
- Coordinate the Ear Training and Vocal Coaching schedule for the Ensemble.
- Maintain the voice distribution spreadsheet and database of recordings, videos, scores, photos, etc. Schedule rehearsal aides and sub accompanists, as needed.
- Track COVID-19 testing prior to rehearsals and performances, as needed.
Performance, Camp, and Tour Support:
- Coordinate costume measurements and alterations with the Wardrobe Manager; track and distribute costumes; ensure costumes are clean at performance
- Attend all Ensemble performances to supervise students, and ensure they receive proper breaks and backstage needs (accommodations, snacks, water, etc).
- Arrange and communicate transportation, food, and hospitality for ensemble.
- Attend annual Away Camp, and prepare the daily schedule and Ensemble needs, in partnership with the Camp Director and Artistic Director.
- Attend tours and create tour schedules in collaboration with Director of Production, and artistic and admin staff.
- Compile repertoire, text, translations, and program notes for each printed concert program.
- Work collaboratively with Director of Production and admin staff to support performances.
- Communicate and track performance comp ticket requests for artists and collaborators, as requested by the AD.
Chorister and Family Communications:
- Communicate rehearsal and performance schedules to ensemble members and parents, ensuring schedules are updated and shared in a timely manner.
- Send regular update memos and event-specific communication.
- Assist AD with letters of recommendation requests and prepare summary of projects for choristers.
- Prepare, send, and track annual registration materials for the school year and camp, as well as tours.
- Provide and track performance comp ticket requests for parents, when available.
- Build relationships with all singers and families, and monitor well-being during rehearsals and performances. When necessary, communicate concerns to the Dean of Choristers.
- Lead and execute all aspects of the annual Laureation Ceremony.
- Lead the annual college preparation workshop and facilitate connections with current ensemble members and alumnae.
- Track Premier Ensemble expense budget
- Familiarity with choral music.
- Excellent communications skills—written, verbal, and interpersonal, with great attention to detail.
- Ability to exercise tact, diplomacy, confidentiality, and great discretion in dealing with a variety of constituents.
- Exceptional organizational and time-management skills; ability to balance multiple priorities in a fast-paced environment.Collaborative team player with the ability to work independently. ● Flexibility to work evening and weekends.
- Ability to create a positive and energetic environment.
- Experience working with young people.
Compensation and Benefits:
This compensation for this position ranges from $60k-$65k and includes, fully-subsidized medical, dental, vision, and long-term disability insurance, a commuter benefit plan, and an optional 403(b) retirement plan.
Please email your resume to:
Rabihah Dunn, Administrative Manager