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Director of Operations
Red Bank, NJ
Two River Theater Company
Full Time
Posted February 22, 2024
Role: Director of Operations  

Status: Full Time/Benefits Eligible/Exempt 

Reports to: Managing Director 

Two River Theater (TRT) seeks an experienced individual to fill the full-time position of Director of Operations. The Director of Operations is a member of the Senior Management team at Two River Theater. They report to and work directly with the Managing Director, and as a collaborative partner with the Production, Finance, Marketing, Education and Administration Departments. Primary responsibilities include oversight of the building maintenance, building systems and the overall properties. The Director of Operations leads a team of full and part-time employees. 

Duties and Responsibilities



Oversee physical maintenance and facility operations of the theater building, grounds, and residential properties; 

Take a lead role in planning and execution of any construction and/or renovation project(s); 

Procurement of facility and janitorial supplies and equipment; 

Manage building system leases and contracts, third-party contractors and related budgets; and 

Work closely with the internal and external rentals and event-specific staff members to execute events. 


Oversee the Theater’s IT systems, vendors, and office equipment; 

Manage and administer software and hardware; and 

Provide IT support for rentals and events. 


Work closely with Administration and Front of House Manager to oversee and direct the activities of the TRT Safety & Emergency Preparedness Committee; and 

Ensure compliance with safety policies, City, State and Federal requirements and laws, and state and local fire regulations.  


Supervise, schedule, and train custodial and maintenance staff; 

Create and execute an annual facility budget, capital improvement project budgets, and life cycle cost analysis of the venues and its components; 

Work with the Managing Director and Director of Finance to develop and implement TRT’s financial strategy as it relates to capital budget planning; 

As a member of the senior management team, work closely with Executive Leadership on the development and maintenance of an institutional Strategic Plan; 

Manage facility drawings and records, inspection certificates, and other regulatory documents; 

Perform all work in a manner that is consistent with Two River’s core values, including our commitment to Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (ED7I), and contribute to the goal of creating a more equitable, diverse and inclusive organization by participating in various staff and organizational initiatives; and 

Provide leadership and logistical support for special projects as needed.



Managing a mid to large scale (50,000+ sqft) facility, in addition to several residential properties and a parking structure;  

General knowledge of mechanical, electrical and plumbing building systems;  

Construction and third-party contractor management; 

Managing informational technology for a nonprofit organization, with support from a third-party vendor; 

Managing the needs of a public assembly space; 

Interfacing with regulators and representatives on the topic of operational needs; 

Managing a dynamic staff, with at times unconventional scheduling needs due to performances and events; and 

Arts and culture facility operations a plus. 

Ability to work a flexible schedule including some nights, weekends and holidays. 

How To Apply

Annual Compensation: $80,000-$$80,000. Benefits package includes medical, dental and vision insurance, flexible spending accounts, generous paid time off, an employee assistance program, local business discounts, and a 403 (b) retirement plan. To Apply: Interested applicants should email Managing Director Nora DeVeau-Rosen at with resume, a letter of interest and three professional references. Please make sure to include in the subject line “Director of Operations.” Interested parties are encouraged to apply before March 15, 2024. No phone calls please. TRT is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer offering competitive salary and full benefits. Applicants from populations underrepresented in the theater field are strongly encouraged to apply. All qualified applications will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, familial status, sexual orientation, national origin, ability, age, or veteran status.
Deadline: Mar 13, 2024