Career Opportunities

The Nederlander Organization and Broadway at The National are committed to a workplace where everyone is free from bias, prejudice, discrimination, and harassment. The organization strives to ensure a welcoming work environment where everyone belongs and is valued, encouraged, and respected for their unique contributions. We are focused on building a culture that acknowledges and values Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.

We are an equal opportunity employer and welcome all to apply.


We’re hiring! Check out our available position(s) below.


The National Theatre Box Office

COMPENSATION: This is a union position with wages determined by the CBA

POSITION:   1st  Assistant Box Office Treasurer

PURPOSE:   To act as primary support to Treasurer.

DUTIES MAY INCLUDE:

  • Direct co-workers, provide guidance to ticket sellers at windows, and oversee the completion of related box office tasks.
  • Prepare performance statements, verify daily sales, and prepare bank deposits.
  • Assist Treasurer assuring timely fulfillment of special ticket orders, group contracts, setting and releasing of house seats, etc.
  • Check aspects of event setup in ticketing system.
  • Maintain the highest standards of customer service.

SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:

  • The candidate must have at least 3 years of box office/ sales/ customer service experience.
  • The candidate must have a proven strong customer service background.
  • The candidate must have excellent writing, communication, and problem-solving skills, and must be detail-oriented and well-organized.
  • The candidate must exhibit a professional demeanor – diplomacy and tact are essential.
  • Knowledge of computerized ticketing systems is a must, preferably with Ticketmaster and Archtics.
  • The candidate must possess the ability to work well under pressure.

HOURS: Varies with show activity

The Nederlander Organization and National Theatre Group are committed to a workplace where everyone is free from bias, prejudice, discrimination, and harassment.  The organization strives to ensure a welcoming work environment where everyone belongs and is valued, encouraged & respected for their unique contributions.  We are focused on building a culture that acknowledges and values Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.  We are an equal opportunity employer and welcome all to apply.

To Apply: Interested candidates should submit resume and cover letter via email to careers@broadwayatthenational.com or mail to theatre address below. No phone calls, please.

Broadway at The National/The National Theatre

Attn: Careers
1321 Pennsylvania Ave NW 

Washington, DC 20004

Title: Marketing Coordinator 

The Marketing Coordinator is responsible for assisting the day-to-day workflow of Broadway at The National’s advertising and communication efforts while supporting media strategy for best-in-class touring Broadway. This is a full-time position reporting to the Director of Marketing. 

Responsibilities will include but are not limited to: 

  • Manage detailed advertising schedules and set deadlines for various stages of multiple show campaigns across all media 
  • Track the prioritization and distribution of assignments to designers and production teams minding creative deadlines 
  • Traffic creative for all advertising, updating ad deadline charts daily
  • Provide progress updates on digital campaigns, communicating any issues
  • Monitor traditional media campaigns and administer weekly reporting
  • Maintain marketing department CRM and digital filing system
  • Provide copywriting support for email engagement, social media, and other content
  • Coordinate with press and promotions team members to support PR efforts
  • Liaise with media partners and VIP guests, ensuring ticket fulfillment for opening nights
  • Assist in ad settlement, invoice processing and reconciliation 
  • Maintain vendor relationships with freelancers and contractors
  • Proofread and update presentations, reports, and other marketing materials as needed

Basic qualifications include:

  • At least two years relevant administrative, traditional media, or communications experience 
  • Excellent communication skills including verbal and writing skills
  • Strong organizational skills with the ability to multitask for competing priorities; project management experience a plus
  • Established knowledge of the local market and performing arts landscape
  • An enthusiasm for the arts, entertainment, music, and theatre
  • Comfort with a fast-paced environment with acute attention to detail is a must

To Apply: Interested candidates should submit resume and cover letter via email to careers@broadayatthenational.com or mail to theatre address below. No phone calls, please.

The Nederlander Organization and National Theatre Group are committed to a workplace where everyone is free from bias, prejudice, discrimination, and harassment.  The organization strives to ensure a welcoming work environment where everyone belongs and is valued, encouraged & respected for their unique contributions.  We are focused on building a culture that acknowledges and values Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.  We are an equal opportunity employer and welcome all to apply.

Broadway at The National

1321 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, D.C. 20004

The National Theatre Box Office

COMPENSATION:

Pay: $27.95/hour as determined by the CBA

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • The purpose of this position is to sell tickets for all performances at The National Theatre and to assist in the overall functions of the Box Office
  • Sell tickets in person, at the box office window, reconcile all sales, exchanges, and returns at the end of each sales shift
  • Take direction from venue treasures and perform tasks as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Ticket Sales experience and knowledge of Ticketmaster and Archtics
  • Strong customer service orientation and professional demeanor
  • Written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong math and basic excel skills
  • Interest in and knowledge of the Performing Arts

The Nederlander Organization and National Theatre Group are committed to a workplace where everyone is free from bias, prejudice, discrimination, and harassment.  The organization strives to ensure a welcoming work environment where everyone belongs and is valued, encouraged & respected for their unique contributions.  We are focused on building a culture that acknowledges and values Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.  We are an equal opportunity employer and welcome all to apply.

To Apply: Interested candidates should submit their resume and cover letter via email to careers@broadwayatthenational.com or mail to theatre address below. No phone calls, please.

Broadway at The National/The National Theatre

Attn: Careers

1321 Pennsylvania Ave NW 

Washington, DC 20004

Broadway at The National accepts applications on a rolling basis for part-time and seasonal support. Interested? We’d love to hear from you! Send a quick note that highlights your area of interest along with your resume to careers@broadwayatthenational.com, and we’ll be in touch should the right opportunity become available.