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Employment

LAST UPDATED December 6, 2022

 

Academic Professional Positions

Theatrical Scene Shop Assistant: Works in the Krannert Center Scene Shop, an educational team environment, alongside professional theatre personnel and students to perform all necessary work required in the construction, routine maintenance, operation, load in, and removal of all theatrical stage scenery and equipment for all academic resident productions. Mentoring students is a critical aspect of this position. Bachelor’s degree in theatre technology (Scenic Design/Technical Direction/etc.) or related field. Applications must be received in full by December 6, 2022 to be considered. See the complete job description here.

 

Civil Service Positions

Communications Director (SEARCH EXTENDED): Krannert Center is looking for an organized and collaborative communicator to lead a team of diversely skilled communications professionals in creating, implementing, and evaluating external and internal communications strategies and plans. Must have demonstrated experience in communications leadership, staff management, and development, execution, and analysis of communications strategies.  Bachelor’s degree in marketing, business administration, communications, public relations, or a closely related field is required. Applications must be received in full by December 12, 2022 to be considered. See the complete job description here

 

Hourly Positions

Extra Help Building Operations Attendants (part-time): Work includes custodial work and assistance in the conversion and maintenance of facilities and equipment in a large multi-purpose building. Must possess physical dexterity and have the ability to lift heavy objects. Interested applicants may contact John Williams at jowillia [at] illinois.edu or 217.333.6702.

• Professional Stagehands, contact Seth Wheeler at sww22 [at] illinois.edu.

 

Student PositionS

No student positions are available at this time. Check back regularly for updates.

 

STUDENT INTERNSHIPS

Arts Management + Leadership Internships (THEA 391, MUS459, or DANC425)
Visit the For U of I Students page to learn more.