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Director of Development
Paper Mill Playhouse, one of the country’s leading regional theatres producing musicals and plays in Millburn, NJ, seeks an experienced, highly motivated and creative Director of Development Responsibilities include providing strategic leadership in raising contributed revenue through foundation support, corporate sponsorship, individual giving, government grants, and special events. The Director of Development is also responsible for managing annual budgets for the Development Department, developing board capacity to raise funds and identifying and developing relations with prospective individual, foundation and corporate donors. The successful candidate will have a demonstrated ability to think strategically and generate creative ideas. Excellent organizational and staff management skills are required.
Assist our front-of-house staff before curtain time and during intermission, greeting patrons, taking tickets, and seating our theater guests. We arealways looking for help in this area - we can never have enough.
Assist with sales before, during, and after performances.
Help our fundraising department with setup, greeting, and service at our annual gala, wine tasting, and other special events that are so essential in supporting the work at Paper Mill Playhouse.
Work alongside our daytime staff in Marketing, Development, or Education doing data entry, phone solicitation, and providing general clerical assistance.
IT'S SHOW TIME! BECOME A PART OF OUR WONDERFUL FRONT-OF-HOUSE CREW.
Join our growing army of front-of-house volunteers that assista the very best audiences in New Jersey, and:
Join "Bill's Battalion," an army of extraordinary volunteers to serve the needs of the nation's finest musical theater. Applications are available online, by mail, or just stop by and pick up one.
Fill out our a Volunteer Application/Information Sheet and return it to us by email, post, or in person.
There are many different kinds of opportunities available for people with different areas of interest, skill sets, and time availability. Once we receive your application, our Volunteer Coordinator will contact you to determine your specific interests and availability and to find the best ways to help you help us!
For high school students: Paper Mill's Theatre School Internships are open to high school students who assist with Theatre School classes for two hours per week. A number of special benefits, including complimentary tickets and shadowing opportunities are available to Theatre School Interns. Theatre School internships run from September through April and applications are usually available the preceding June.
For college students and college graduates: Paper Mill offers non-paying internships in all areas of administration, including education programming, marketing, fundraising and finance, company management, casting, and non-union production management. Internships are available only during the presenting season from September through June. Paper Mill Playhouse does not provide housing for interns and internships are not available during the summer months.
To apply for an internship please e-mail your resume along with a cover letter which describes your areas of interest, your relevant skills, and details about your availability to:
PAPER MILL PLAYHOUSE, a not-for-profit arts organization, is one of the country's leading regional theaters. Paper Mill Playhouse programs are made possible, in part, by funds from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, A Partner Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts, and by funds from the National Endowment for the Arts. Additional support is provided by generous contributions from numerous corporations, foundations, and individuals. Paper Mill Playhouse is a member of Theatre Communications Group, the National Alliance for Musical Theatre, the Council of Stock Theatres, and the New Jersey Theatre Alliance.