Choose a Career at Pablo Center

Pablo Center welcomes people of many talents to help ensure our success in creating and supporting the highest level of creative arts. Many different talents and skills are needed to do our work, and we offer full-time and part-time opportunities.

Pablo Center is committed to recruiting and fostering a diverse staff; all are encouraged to apply.

Usher

Position: Usher (Part Time)  
Apply: Email resumé to Mariah@pablocenter.org 
Applications Review : Starting in May 1, 2021
Postition Start Date in September

Position Summary:  

Ushers are charged with providing warm, energetic, and genuine guidance to all guests of Pablo Center. Ushers will act as hosts for each event – greeting and guiding patrons to the Box Office, bars, restrooms, galleries, and their seats. An usher will strive to provide accurate information to patrons by being aware of all the Center’s offerings. The ideal candidate will display a positive attitude, strong work ethic, punctuality, and a desire to learn. This position reports to the Front of House Managers. 

This part-time position averages 5-20 hours per week annually, though based on the events schedule, some weeks will have more activity and some weeks will have minimal to no activity. Schedule will flex between daytime, evening and weekend hours depending on the events schedule, with most hours on nights and weekends. 

This position is not guaranteed to see performances occurring at Pablo Center. Ushers will be expected to be available and accessible for the duration of the performance for any number of tasks as assigned by the Front of House Manager, or as requested by patrons. Ushers are required to work collaboratively for extended period of time in close proximity, distances under 5’ (five feet) with Artists, Patrons, Students, Community Members, Board Members and Pablo Center Staff. Ushers may be stationed in or near the theater for the duration of the performanceWage is $9-10 per hour depending on experience. 

Responsibilities: 

  • Greets, approaches and maintains an approachable demeanor for guests. 
  • Familiarity with all events occurring in order to guide patrons properly. 
  • Ensures lobby and theatres are properly set up for patrons. 
  • Pre-show theater and building cleanliness/supplies checks - notifies FOH Manager of issues. 
  • Scans tickets and admitpatrons into events. 
  • Distributes programs.  
  • Assists all patrons in finding their seats, paying appropriate attention and time to patrons with disabilities.  
  • Monitor's patron activity and enforces policies following procedure. 
  • Encourages and welcomes suggestions and feedback. Reports feedback from patrons to the Front of House Managers. 
  • Develops rapport with patrons of Pablo Center at the Confluence. 
  • All other duties as assigned. 

Required Skills:  

  • Ability to work non-traditional hours primarily including nights and weekends. 
  • Proven track record of handling guest issues proactively and professionally to produce positive outcomes. 
  • Intuitive problem-solving skills and the ability to make quick and correct decisions to maintain a high-class patron experience. 
  • Outstanding verbal communication skills. 
  • Ability to thrive working in a team environment. 
  • Physically able to stand and walk for long periods of time. Physically able to go up and down stairs repeatedly. 
  • Comfortable working in low light conditions. 
  • Ability to lift heavy boxes or other objects up to 40 lbs.  

Preferred Skills: 

  • Customer service experience with references. 
  • Knowledgeable about Pablo Center specifically and Downtown Eau Claire in general. 
  • Experience ushering is preferred.   

Job Expectations and Required Duties:

  • Required to work collaboratively for extended period of time in close proximity, distances under 5’ (five feet) with Artists, Patrons, Students, Community Members, Board Members and Pablo Center Staff.
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Bartender

Position: Bartender (Part-Time) 

Apply: Email resumé of relevant experience to Mariah@pablocenter.org 
Applications Review : Starting in May 1, 2021
Postition Start Date in September

Position Summary:  

Responsibilities will include following recipes, providing quick, friendly, and professional service to all guests, and keeping the bar stocked and cleanbartender will strive to provide accurate information to patrons by being aware of all Pablo Center’s offerings. The ideal candidate will display a positive attitude, strong work ethic, punctuality, attention to detail, and a desire to learn and be coached. Bartenders also will be expected to work quickly and accurately under high-volume periods to ensure all guests are attended to in a timely manner. This position reports to the Front of House Managers. This is a company you will be proud to work for and grow with.  

This part-time position averages 5-25 hours per week annually, though based on the event schedule, some weeks will have more activity and some weeks will have minimal activity. Schedule will flex between daytime, evening and weekend hours depending on the events schedule, with most hours on nights and weekends. Wage is $8-$10 plus tips, hourly, depending on experience. 

Job Expectations and Required Duties:

  • Required to work collaboratively for extended period of time in close proximity, distances under 5’ (five feet) with Artists, Patrons, Students, Community Members, Board Members and Pablo Center Staff.

Responsibilities: 

  • Clean bars work areas and tables as well as glasses utensils and bar equipment. Clean and stock bar at the end of each shift. 
  • Strong ability to move lines along while maintaining a guest-first attitude and demeanor. 
  • Provides safe service of alcohol to guests 21 and older by thoroughly checking Identification of customers to verify age requirements. 
  • Attempts to limit problems and liability related to customers' excessive drinking by taking steps such as discontinuing alcohol service and notifying management of potential problem(s). 
  • Demonstrates ability to follow written and verbal instructions regarding concessions procedures including accurately measuring alcoholic beverages to create consistent, standard beverages. 
  • Exhibits excellent product knowledge and stays up to date on the variety of offerings available. 
  • Encourages and welcomes suggestions and feedback. Reports feedback from patrons to the Front of House Managers. 
  • Develops rapport with patrons of Pablo Center at the Confluence. 
  • Ability to work well independently and as a part of a high-functioning team. 
  • Cash handling. 
  • All other duties as assigned.  

Qualifications:  

  • Minimum 6-months bartending experience. 
  • A valid Bartender’s License from the City of Eau Claire or ability to acquire within two weeks of hire. 
  • Ability to work non-traditional hours primarily including nights and weekends. 
  • Dedication to providing the highest level of guest service with an attention to small details. 
  • Proven track record of handling guest issues proactively and professionally to produce positive outcomes.  
  • Intuitive problem-solving skills, and the ability to make quick and correct decisions to maintain a high-class patron experience. 
  • Excellent time management skills.  
  • Ability to thrive working in a team environment. 
  • Physically able to stand for long periods of time.  
  • Ability to lift heavy boxes or other objects up to 50 lbs.  

Preferred Skills: 

  • Customer service experience with references. 
  • Knowledgeable about Pablo Center specifically and Downtown Eau Claire in general. 
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Box Office Attendant

Position: Box Office Attendant (Part Time)  

Apply: Email resume to boxoffice@pablocenter.org 

Position Summary:  
Box Office Attendants are charged with providing outstanding ticketing and coat check services to all guests of Pablo Center at the Confluence. As one of the first stops for many of our patrons, the box office is an area that requires associates with high energy and an expert level of hospitality. Box office attendants will be responsible for processing ticket purchases, memberships, and coat check transactions. The ideal candidate will display a positive attitude, strong work ethic, punctuality, and a desire to learn and be coached. This position reports to the Box Office Manager.  

This part-time position averages 5-25 hours per week annually, though based on the events schedule some weeks will have more activity and some weeks will have minimal activity. Schedule will flex between daytime, evening and weekend hours depending on the events schedule, with a majority of hours on nights and weekends.  

Job Expectations and Required Duties:

  • Required to work collaboratively for extended period of time in close proximity, distances under 5’ (five feet) with Artists, Patrons, Students, Community Members, Board Members and Pablo Center Staff.

Responsibilities  

  • Sells tickets, processes ticket orders and answers questions at the counter and over the phone.  
  • Processes and distributes will call for events 
  • Operates Patron Manager and manages credit card and cash transactions. 
  • Stocks inventory. 
  • Keeps the Box Office looking clutter free and well presented. 
  • Assists in Box Office opening and closing. 
  • Proactively problem solves. 
  • Effectively and kindly communicates with patrons and staff. 
  • Assists Box Office Manager with ticket reports and projects.
  • Develops rapport with patrons of Pablo Center at the Confluence.
  • Collecting and retrieving patron’s coats, and accessories. 
  • Hang coats neatly and provide patron with the correct retrieval number. 
  • Keep Coat Check looking clutter free and well presented. 
  • Answer patron questions in a positive manner. 
  • All other duties as assigned. 

Preferred Skills 

  • Customer service experience with references.  
  • Experience with ticket sales is preferred. 

Required Skills:  

  • Ability to work non-traditional hours primarily including nights and weekends.  
  • Dedication to providing the highest level of guest service.  
  • Intuitive problem-solving skills. 
  • Excellent time management skills. 
  • Outstanding verbal and written communication skills, exceptional phone etiquette.
  • Ability to thrive working in a team environment. 
  • Ability to lift heavy boxes or other objects up to 40 lbs.   
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Audio Technician - Production Crew

POSITION: AUDIO TECHNICIAN - Pablo Center Production Crew
APPLY: Email resume and qualifications to careers@pablocenter.org

REPORTS TO:
 Audio Engineer
PART-TIME: Approximately 20-30 hours/week

Job Function: Production; Event setup and operation
Salary: Starting wage: $15.00/hour

SCOPE OF RESPONSIBILITIES

Pablo Production Crew employees are generally responsible for the setup and operation of sound reinforcement systems, lighting systems, projection equipment, video equipment, communications equipment, event setup equipment and in-house systems in Pablo Center and for Pablo-supported external events. Crew who serve in a specific area of specialty (e.g., Audio Technicians) receive additional training in their specialization and have primary responsibility over that area.

Production Crew is required to uphold the Pablo Center reputation of professionalism through appearance, demeanor, and performance, maintaining consistent work ethic regardless of the client or duty.  In addition, Production Crew is expected to aid Pablo Center Staff, visiting artists and guests, and patrons in any capacity as needed. 

Pablo Center Production Crew are required to work collaboratively for extended period of time in close proximity, distances under 5’ (five feet) with Artists, Patrons, Students, Community Members, Board Members and Pablo Center Staff.

SPECIFIC DUTIES

  • Assist in the setup of audio equipment and execution of sound plots.
  • Know the audio inventory with regard to function, use, care, and maintenance.
  • Maintain audio standards as defined by the Audio Engineer (e.g., proper storage of equipment, proper setup of Dante network, etc.).
  • Serve on Run Crew for events.
  • Assist in the professional execution of events to best of ability and regardless of task.
  • Provide general maintenance and cleaning of work areas.
  • Participate in training programs at the direction of the Audio Engineer, Event Production Manager, or Master Electrician (Production Staff).
  • Follow the employee handbook and code of conduct.
  • Know building emergency procedures.
  • Know safety protocols for production work and alert staff when safety is an issue.
  • Other duties as assigned.


QUALIFICATIONS

  • Must be at least 18 years of age.
  • Willingness to learn through hands-on experience.
  • Able to carry 50 pounds.
  • Able to work at height; including climbing ladders, operating Genie-type lifts, and working in exposed overhead areas that require wearing fall-protection gear.
  • Follow direction and accept feedback from supervisors and peers.
  • Must have a strong sense of professional courtesy and customer service.
  • Able to work independently.
  • Familiar with, or working towards a familiarity with:
    • Yamaha Digital Consoles
    • Dante Audio Networking -- Must complete Dante Level 1 within the first month of employment & Level 2 Certification within first 3 months of employment.
    • D&B ArrayCalc
    • Danley System Engineer
    • PowerSoft Armonia Software
  • Able to maintain a professional demeanor when in a situation heightened by a deadline, emergency, or emotion.
  • Must wear PPE in accordance with current building, county health, and OSHA guidelines.
  • Available to work flexible hours including weekdays, evenings, and weekends.
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Lighting Technician - Production Crew

POSITION: LIGHTING TECHNICIAN - Pablo Center Production Crew
APPLY: Email resume and qualifications to careers@pablocenter.org

REPORTS TO:
 Master Electrician
PART-TIME: Approximately 20-30 hours/week

Job Function: Production; Event setup and operation
Salary: Starting wage: $15.00/hour

SCOPE OF RESPONSIBILITIES

Pablo Production Crew employees are generally responsible for the setup and operation of sound reinforcement systems, lighting systems, projection equipment, video equipment, communications equipment, event setup equipment and in-house systems in Pablo Center and for Pablo-supported external events. Crew who serve in a specific area of specialty (e.g., Lighting Technicians) receive additional training in their specialization and have primary responsibility over that area.

Production Crew is required to uphold the Pablo Center reputation of professionalism through appearance, demeanor, and performance, maintaining consistent work ethic regardless of the client or duty.  In addition, Production Crew is expected to aid Pablo Center Staff, visiting artists and guests, and patrons in any capacity as needed.

Pablo Production Crew are required to work collaboratively for extended period of time in close proximity, distances under 5’ (five feet) with Artists, Patrons, Students, Community Members, Board Members and Pablo Center Staff.

SPECIFIC DUTIES:

  • Assist in the setup of lighting equipment and execution of light plots.
  • Know the lighting inventory with regard to function, use, care, and maintenance of each type of fixture and accessory.
  • Maintain lighting standards as defined by the Master Electrician (e.g., proper storage of equipment, proper setup of Net3 universes, restoration of rep plot, etc.)
  • Perform basic lighting console programming (e.g.. patching channels and writing cues)
  • Serve on Run Crew for events (e.g., Light Board Operator or Follow Spot Operator)
  • Assist in the professional execution of events to best of ability and regardless of task.
  • Provide general maintenance and cleaning of work areas.
  • Participate in training programs at the direction of the Master Electrician, Event Production Manager, or Audio Engineer (Production Staff).
  • Follow the employee handbook and code of conduct.
  • Know building emergency procedures.
  • Know safety protocols for production work and alert staff when safety is an issue.
  • Other duties as assigned.


QUALIFICATIONS

  • Must be at least 18 years of age.
  • Willingness to learn through hands-on experience.
  • Able to carry 50 pounds.
  • Able to work at height; including climbing ladders, operating Genie-type lifts, and working in exposed overhead areas that require wearing fall-protection gear.
  • Follow direction and accept feedback from supervisors and peers.
  • Must have a strong sense of professional courtesy and customer service.
  • Able to work independently.
  • Must be familiar with or working toward a familiarity with:
    • ETC Lighting Consoles (i.e., ETC Geo@5 and ETC Element)
    • DMX protocols
  • Able to maintain a professional demeanor when in a situation heightened by a deadline, emergency, or emotion.
  • Must wear PPE in accordance with current building, county health, and OSHA guidelines.
  • Available to work flexible hours including weekdays, evenings, and weekends.
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Stagehand - Production Crew

POSITION: STAGEHAND - Pablo Center Production Crew
APPLY: Email resume and qualifications to careers@pablocenter.org

REPORTS TO:
 Event Production Manager
PART-TIME: Approximately 20-30 hours/week

Job Function: General assistance with production; Event setup and operation
Salary: Starting wage: $12.50/hour, based on experience

SCOPE OF RESPONSIBILITIES

Pablo Production Crew employees are generally responsible for the setup and operation of sound reinforcement systems, lighting systems, projection equipment, video equipment, communications equipment, event setup equipment and in-house systems in Pablo Center and for Pablo-supported external events.

Production Crew is required to uphold the Pablo Center reputation of professionalism through appearance, demeanor, and performance, maintaining consistent work ethic regardless of the client or duty.  In addition, Production Crew is expected to aid Pablo Center Staff, visiting artists and guests, and patrons in any capacity as needed.

Pablo Production Crew are required to work collaboratively for extended period of time in close proximity, distances under 5’ (five feet) with Artists, Patrons, Students, Community Members, Board Members and Pablo Center Staff.

SPECIFIC DUTIES

  • Assist in the setup, use, storage, and care of audio, lighting, projection, video and facilities equipment.
  • Serve on Run Crew for performance events (e.g., concerts, festivals, galas)
  • Serve as Room Monitor for non-performance events (e.g., classes, business meetings)
  • Assist in the professional execution of events to best of ability and regardless of task.
  • Provide general maintenance and cleaning of work areas.
  • Participate in training programs at the direction of the Audio Engineer, Event Production Manager, or Master Electrician (Production Staff).
  • Follow the employee handbook and code of conduct.
  • Know building emergency procedures.
  • Know safety protocols for production work and alert staff when safety is an issue.
  • Other duties as assigned


QUALIFICATIONS

  • Must be at least 18 years of age.
  • Willingness to learn through hands-on experience.
  • Able to carry 50 pounds.
  • Able to work at height; including climbing ladders, operating Genie-type lifts, and working in exposed overhead areas that require wearing fall-protection gear.
  • Follow direction and accept feedback from supervisors and peers.
  • Must have a strong sense of professional courtesy and customer service.
    Able to work independently.
  • Able to maintain a professional demeanor when in a situation heightened by a deadline, emergency, or emotion.
  • Must wear PPE in accordance with current building, county health, and OSHA guidelines.
  • Available to work flexible hours including weekdays, evenings, and weekends.
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ARTmobile Educator & Visual Arts Assitant

Position: ARTmobile Educator & Visual Arts Assistant (Part Time)
Reports to: Visual and Literary Arts Manager
Apply: email resume to rose@pablocenter.org

 
Job Summary:

ARTmobile Educators provide a nurturing and engaging environment for children and families to create art projects. Artmobile educators research art projects that are rooted in art history, STEAM, health and wellness, local history, holidays, or many other areas that would be stimulating to children. The educator then creates a project plan, (lesson plan) samples, sets up mobile classrooms sometimes in an outdoor setting, and guides children and families through creating educational art projects together. Artmobile educators must have a strong work ethic, positive attitude, the ability to interact with all age levels, a willingness to try new approaches and use creative problem solving and must be flexible. ARTmobile educators are also called upon to assist with other Pablo Center visual arts workshops and gallery exhibits.

This is a part-time position that averages 8-24 hours per week during the summer months, and 8-12 hours per week during the winter months. Schedule flexes between daytime, evening and weekend hours depending on events schedule. Wage is $10 per hour.

Job Expectations and Required Duties:

  • Required to work collaboratively for extended period of time in close proximity, distances under 5’ (five feet) with Artists, Patrons, Students, Community Members, Board Members and Pablo Center Staff.


Duties:

ARTmobile educator researches, creates, and teaches fun and relevant art projects for children.

  • Research projects
  • Create a project plan for each project
  • Video documenting the step-by-step creation of the project
  • Uploading their un-edited video content for Pablo Center’s Marketing Team to edit and post
  • Archive project plans
  • Stay within the budget of each project
  • Set up, supervise, teach, and tear down each project
  • Organize materials

Qualities of ARTmobile Educator:
  • Self-motivated
  • Goal-orientated
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Great with children and parents
  • Great leader and educator
  • Ability to transport materials between Pablo Center and events in the surrounding downtown area: heavy lifting may be required 

Preferred Skills:
  • Experience working with children
  • Experience working in an educational setting
  • Experience working with art materials
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