KGM Theatrical provides general management services to commercial productions in New York, on tour, and across the country. Select projects include Rock of Ages, Heathers, Slava’s Snow Show, Blue, Windows, MacGyver the Musical, and Born For This.
KGM is looking for a full-time Assistant General Manager to join our growing general management team.
At KGM we have a human first culture. Human hours, human time off, and human flexibility. We prefer calm thoughtful work to reactive work. We believe 40 hours a week is a good amount of time to devote to one’s job. We respect nights and weekends. We believe there should be time to take care of our families, children, and loved ones. We love the work, but we believe we function at our best when we have balance and time to breathe.
At KGM we rely on the written word. Instead of long meetings and endless video calls, we primarily communicate in writing. A thoughtful write-up is worth ten Zoom meetings. Plus, nothing gets lost in translation. There’s always a record so others on the team can dip in and out of projects and know exactly where things stand.
We’re known for using technology to help us stay organized and promote a calm focused workplace. But apps and technology can never replace the human connection we forge with our clients.
We do things a little differently at KGM and we’re looking for someone who wants to go along for that ride.
You’re working your way up the Company Management and General Management track and ready to take the next leap in your career.
You understand the fundamentals of how a Broadway show is put together. You’re familiar with the basics of Broadway budgets, Broadway unions and comfortable drafting contracts.
You like to teach, explain, and search for the solution. You’re a manager of one but can work within a team.
The Assistant GM will be client facing and need to engage with and earn the trust of our producing clients.
Qualifications? We don’t look at where you went to school, if you went to school or what degrees you may have. However, due to the nature of this role, a minimum of three to five years of prior experience in commercial general management is a must.
SOME OF YOUR EXPERIENCE SHOULD INCLUDE:
- Familiar with how to budget a Broadway musical or play.
- Good understanding of contract writing and negotiation for Broadway agreements, including for Directors, Designers, Orchestrators, and other above-the-title talent.
- Understand accounting principals for Broadway productions and competent with Quickbooks.
- Have a strong background in handling logistics ranging from venue and vendor research to complicated HR issues.
- Familiarity with work rules of the 17 unions that represent Broadway onstage and offstage talent.
- The ability to clearly communicate your ideas.
- Managing teams.
We write a lot about our culture. Here’s a sampling of that writing:
This is a full-time salaried position and may include work on some nights and weekends. Perks include paid time off, home internet reimbursement, and home office setup stipend.
$55,000 to $70,000 depending on relevant experience.
A minimum of three to five years of experience working in Broadway general or company management is a must for this position.
We are simultaneously posting an open job for an Associate General Manager, which requires a minimum of five to seven years of relevant experience. Please apply to the one that most accurately reflects your prior experience.
Currently, KGM is a remote-first workplace but we anticipate having a local office in NYC in spring 2022. All employees must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, including a booster six months after the second dose, and agree to follow office and Broadway League COVID-19 protocols.
KGM Theatrical values diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace and is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, creed, ancestry, national origin, citizenship, religion, gender, sex, sexual orientation, affectional preference, gender identity or expression, sexual and reproductive health decisions, pregnancy, disability, genetic predisposition, age, military or veteran status, marital or familial status, or any other protected characteristic, in accordance with applicable federal, state, and local laws. Applicants from populations underrepresented in the theatre field are strongly encouraged to apply.