236 Huntington AvenueSuite 209
Boston, MA 02115
Date Posted: January 04, 2019
Region: Eastern Massachusetts
This position is the primary
manager for all Box Office operations and Patron Manager database
Take the lead in the development of
box office policies, reconciliations of sales and management of the
PatronManager (Salesforce) database. Additional duties will include
working with our bookkeeper and development department to help maintain and reconcile
donor / sales records.
This position works 24 hours Monday
through Friday between 9 AM to 5 PM (schedule to be negotiated) and is the
primary point of contact for all ticket sales. Position will also be required
at all ticketed events, which includes 13 regular season concerts, most of
which take place on weekends and/or in the evenings.
Additional hours and duties may
resume and a cover letter highlighting your experience and qualifications to Elisabeth
Christensen, Managing Director (firstname.lastname@example.org), subject line: BPO-Box
Office & Database Manager.
Founded by Benjamin Zander in 1979, the BPO features professional,
student and amateur musicians and is one of Boston's premier orchestras. Maestro
Zander’s intense belief in the transformative power of music along with his
warmth and welcoming spirit are why our audiences describe the Boston
Philharmonic as "passionate," "inspiring,"
"unique," and – perhaps our favorite descriptor –
"un-stuffy." We present
top-notch music in a manner that both music aficionados and the casual listener
can enjoy. We also have the newly launched and extremely successful Boston
Philharmonic Youth Orchestra that includes 115 talented musicians between the
ages of 12 and 21 who receive their musical training and Maestro Zander’s
leadership tuition free. And we are especially proud of our expansive outreach
program ‘Crescendo!’ that engages and
mentors students in the Boston public and charter schools throughout the year.
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