The California Center for the Arts, Escondido offers exciting and rewarding careers that brings people together to discover, create and celebrate visual and performing arts. Want to be at the Center of it all? Come work for us! Discover our current job opportunities:
The Banquet Captain is responsible for the supervision of banquet staff and bartenders. This position coordinates all aspects of the room/facilities set-up (including audio visual) and food and beverage service to ensure guest satisfaction while meeting CCAE standards and maximizing profits. Minimum 2 years of formal experience as a Banquet Captain. Must have an up to date Food Handler Card and ABC LEAD certified. This is a full-time position. Apply online at: https://ccae.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=16
The Head Usher is responsible for providing exceptional customer service for patrons and venue safety during events. This position oversees front-of-house volunteer ushers in theaters, outdoor events, etc. and responds to special requests from patrons. This is a Part-time position. Hours vary depending on shows. To apply, email your resume or complete an application.
The Banquet Attendant/Houseman is responsible for setting up, tearing down, and providing service at banquets, events, and banquet-related food and beverage operations. Requires superior customer service skills and a commitment to following food handling and safety procedures. Food Handlers Card is required. This is a PT and On-Call position, variable hours including weekends. Apply online at https://ccae.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=4
The Banquets and Concessions Bartender is responsible for preparing alcoholic beverages during Center events and concessions. Requires superior customer service skills. This is a PT and On-Call position, variable hours including weekends. Apply online at https://ccae.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=4
This internship is suitable for a college student of any level majoring in Performing Arts, Business, Communications, or Entertainment, especially those with a focus on non-profit management or event planning. This experience is meant to give the student a working knowledge, practice, and understanding of a non-profit arts organization. The intern will be given real responsibilities and is expected to perform in a professional matter. This is a Part-time and unpaid internship. The Intern will receive academic credit.
Stage Technician Internship
Under the direction of the Production Manager, the Technician Intern learns how to work all of the technical aspects of theatrical performances, concerts, and other events. The program consists of 1,000 hours of instruction and on-the-job training. While this is a paid internship, first and foremost the program is meant to be educational. Only individuals who are looking for a technical theater educational experience and are willing to put a minimum of two years into the program should apply.