Cleveland Public Theatre
is Hiring a Bookkeeping Intern
Cleveland Public Theatre (CPT) is hiring a part-time Bookkeeping Intern. Review of candidates will begin immediately. To apply for the position, send an email to Amy Weaver, Finance Manager, at email@example.com by end of day, Friday MAy 5, 2023. Subject line should read: [YOUR LAST NAME], Bookkeeping Intern. Your email should include an attached PDF resume. In the body of the email, please include why you are interested in this position and any scheduling details we should know about. No phone calls, please.
Part-Time Bookkeeping Intern Job Description
Cleveland Public Theatre has a unique opportunity for a curious and enthusiastic person to learn the basics of bookkeeping as a part-time intern at a progressive and growing arts organization. CPT management staff is excited to teach these skills and to mentor potential future small-business leaders. We hope an intern will also learn how to contribute to a sustainable, lively, and equitable office culture. CPT management believes that finance work supports artistic excellence and community engagement and highly values the contribution staff make to those goals. This position will also include exposure to a wide range of other arts management departments, including marketing, fundraising, and theatrical production.
The Bookkeeping intern will learn the following skills:
The Bookkeeping intern will be expected to do the following:
Dates: Anticipated start date: June 15, 2023, or earlier if schedule allows. Intended end date in June 2024 with options to extend.
Schedule: Total weekly hours can vary by candidate with a range of 15-20 hours during regular business
Compensation: $14-$16.50 per hour, commensurate with experience
Skills, Qualities, And Experience
About Cleveland Public Theatre
CPT is an internationally recognized center for contemporary performance. Our mission is to raise consciousness and nurture compassion through groundbreaking performances and life-changing education programs. CPT implements this mission through our theatrical season, featuring between 8-10 adventurous professional productions and a robust series of new play development programs that support writers and devisers at multiple points in the creative process. CPT’s acclaimed education programs engage communities in devising new works that speak to contemporary issues and empower participants to work for positive change in our community. CPT is home to community ensembles Teatro Público de Cleveland and Masrah Cleveland Al-Arabi. CPT also annually presents Station Hope, a large-scale community arts festival. CPT’s annual budget is around $2.5 million a year and has 23 full-time staff members.