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    Hall Manager

    Department: Artistic Programming & Operations
    Reports to: Director of Hall Operations
    Job Code: HMHMO
    We seek a Hall Manager to manage the operational aspects of assigned Hall from inquiry to completion of the performance.  The Hall Manager will be the initial point of contact with the Booking Office and internal constituents.  In conjunction with the Director of Hall Operations, the Hall Manager will be responsible for media inquiries, estimates and contracting and will assess, allocate and process weekly billing.  The Hall Manager will liaise with the Weill Music Institute on house items relative to their events within the performance venues.  The Hall Manager will perform operational walkthroughs with presenters, concert production managers and production stage managers and advise Booking on operational feasibility of events and turn-around time between events (sound issues, load-in/load-out, recordings, hall cleaning, tunings, etc.).  The Hall Manager will provide estimated invoice of house charges for events (in conjunction with CHC Production and other necessary departments as needed); evaluate box office receipts and collect payment in accordance with the Hall Licensing Agreements.  Additionally, The Hall Manager will initiate, process and complete ticket orders while advising presenters on scaling of the house (standard, pre-sales and third party websites) while taking technical holds into account (sound board, speaker kills, projection, etc. in communication with CHC Production). The Hall Manager will provide guidance on producing events at CHC and ensure hall guidelines, policies and procedures are maintained.  Additional duties include maintaining hall schedules including rehearsals, auditions, piano tunings, piano maintenance calls and verify piano tuning billings, input and verify account codes and technical resources in Artifax, verify weekly production schedules for accuracy and approve contract riders for CHC performances as required.  The Hall Manager, answers feedback, resolves customer service issues and makes recommendations on departmental policy.  The Hall Manager attends weekly departmental meetings.  The Hall Manager ensures all items are communicated effectively to the appropriate parties both within and outside of the organization to ensure the highest level of customer service for all events.  The Hall Manager is expected to join ATPAM.

    Bachelor degree with 3-5 years similar management experience including media contracting.   Candidates should possess knowledge of Artifax, Tessitura, and all Microsoft based Office products.  Candidates must be able to excel in a team environment, provide exceptional customer service and be available to work a flexible schedule including weekends, nights and Holidays.


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    Carnegie Hall
    Human Resources Department
    881 Seventh Avenue
    New York, NY 10019–3219

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