Florida Theatre Conference is currently recruiting for the Executive Director position.
The Florida Theatre Conference (FTC), a 501(c)(3) non-profit, is seeking a part-time or full-time, year-round, Executive Director to lead and evolve its mission and objectives. FTC is a member of the Southeastern Theatre Conference, the nation’s largest theatre organization. The position is responsible for the strategic development, implementation and oversight of an annual theatre conference, and reports directly to the FTC board of directors.
Major duties and responsibilities include:
- Overseeing and managing FTC staff and volunteers
- Ensuring FTC’s consistent achievement of its mission and financial objectives
- Working with the FTC board to promote current and proposed programs, products, services, and events
- Working with the FTC board on strategic planning to expand current and proposed programs, products, services, and events
- Upholding the core mission and values of FTC, with a raised consciousness toward equity, diversity and inclusion.
The FTC Executive Director must be a forward-thinking, dynamic, collaborative and self-motivated leader passionate about supporting Florida’s theatre artists and organizations.
Applicants must send a resume and cover letter by email, with the subject line “FTC ED APPLICANT” to:
Gary Cadwallader, FTC President
Search Close Date: August 2, 2019
Salary: commensurate with experience and job status
Benefits: possible with full-time status
Target start date: As soon as possible
Please visit flatheatre.org for a detailed job description: FTC Jobs
About Florida Theatre Conference
The goals of the Florida Theatre Conference are to celebrate the diversity of Florida Theatre, nurture communications among the various theatre constituencies, advance the highest possible standards of theatre, and encourage public appreciation of the art form.
Conference members subscribe to the philosophy that the synergy of collaboration enhances the professionalism and quality of our art. The building of a theatre community unique to Florida is important in order to strengthen and support individual theatre artists and theatrical organizations.
The Florida Theatre Conference encompasses all sixty-seven counties and is composed of seven divisions: Theatre for Youth, College/University Theatre, Community Theatre, Professional Theatre, Middle School, DraMature and High School Theatre. It acts as a liaison between Florida, regional, and national organizations.