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Student & Temporary Classified Positions

Overview

Students currently enrolled and taking a minimum load of 6 units at one of Los Rios Community College District’s four colleges may apply for student positions at the Harris Center. College credit is available through the Work Experience (WEXP) & Internship Program. Paid and unpaid internships are available.

Temporary Classified Employees are limited to 135 days or 960 hours worked in a fiscal year (July 1 - June 30), and may not exceed twenty-nine (29) hours per work week. Temporary Classified Employees are paid on an hourly basis and are not provided health benefits, vacation or holiday pay.

Click Apply Now to view the application for all Student & Temporary Classified Positions. Positions are hired throughout the season when the need arises.

Postings

Front-of-House Lead

Serves as a Head Usher or House Manager for events, working with other staff and volunteers to provide front-line customer service for patrons attending events. This is an upper-level position in Harris Center's front-of-house staffing pool for candidates with solid experience (at least one year) in front-of-house operations for public events – minimally as an usher, preferably as a Head Usher, House Manager or equivalent. Pay rate: $15.10 / hr.

Customer Service Representative (CSR & Lead CSR)

Customer Service Representatives (CSR) are responsible for direct, ‘front line’ contact with patrons and the community, whether by telephone or in person. Selling tickets, providing information, and serving as a help desk for website questions are the bulk of a CSR’s day-to-day activities. A CSR must be totally committed to superior customer service and fulfilling the Harris Center’s mission. Performing these functions with high integrity and strict fiscal responsibility is mandatory. Pay rate: $13.00-$15.10 / hr

Web & Social Media Developer

Manages the content, design, implementation, maintenance and technical support of the Harris Center's website (harriscenter.net) and social media webpages. Provides programming and design support for the web-based content management system and similar web applications through the use of relevant scripting and programming languages. Coordinates generation and execution of email correspondence with Marketing department and other related departments. Performs intermediate graphic design duties, as necessary, to generate and maintain Ticket Office signage, ticketing materials (e.g., ticket stock, envelopes, etc.), ticketing-specific promotional advertisements, and website or email visual elements; coordinates with Media Services in the generation and execution of lobby visual slide-shows. Performs related duties as required.

Intermediate graphic design experience with Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, or similar software; basic FTP software; intermediate HTML and CSS design (some Javascript, preferable); familiarity with Internet applications such as HTML, HTTP, and XML. Pay rate: $15.00 - $19.00 / hr

Stage Tech (I, II, III, Lead, Audio Engineer, Stage Electrician, & Stage Rigger)

All Stage Technical positions require one to three years of professional live theatrical/concert production experience and demonstrated experience in at least one of the following areas: sound, lighting or counterweight stage rigging.

Upper-level Technical positions exist for candidates with extensive experience in stage management, operating sound systems, computerized lighting systems, stage rigging and/or master carpentry for public events. ETCP or other rigging certification strongly preferred.

Pay rate: $13.00 - $22.00 / hr