"You cannot better be employ'd."
—The Merchant of Venice
The Executive Producer is the singular leader of USF reporting to the University’s President. S/he will work in a collaborative relationship with co-artistic directors and senior staff. While the individual in this post will be heavily engaged in artistic matters, as USF’s leader, s/he will be guiding overall organizational strategies through effective leadership, delegation and administration. The Executive Producer will serve as the “face” of USF in the community for purposes of fund-raising, publicity and collaboration with the University’s leadership.
*Update March 1, 2017: Zachary Murray, the Festival's general manager since 2014, is serving as interim executive director until the position is filled.
The Festival is currently seeking a full-time, year-round scenery director. The scenery director oversees all activities of the Scenery and Paint Departments and is responsible for the planning, execution, and completion of all scenic elements in all three theatrical venues at the Festival. The scenery director recruits and hires all scenery and paint staff, manages budgets, and coordinates schedules within the department. The scenery director oversees and participates in the drafting and construction of all scenery for Festival productions.
Part-time, seasonal concessions workers are currently being hired for the 2017 season. The Utah Shakespeare Festival concessions are managed by Chartwell's, and all hiring is done by them.
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