Ticket Associate
Job Details
Gaillard Center - CHARLESTON, SC
Part Time

Position:             Ticket Office Associate

Reports to:         Ticketing Operations Manager

Location:             Downtown Charleston, SC

Hours:                  Part-Time, Hourly, Non-Exempt

                              Nights and weekends will be required

 

 

Organization Background

The Charleston Gaillard Center's mission is to inspire our dynamic community through the power of the performing arts. We seek to enrich the diverse community of Charleston and the surrounding tri-county region with artistic and cultural experiences that are accessible, unique, relevant, and serve as educational resources for generations to come.

 

The Charleston Gaillard Center consists of an 1,800-seat world-class performance hall and 16,000 square feet of spacious exhibit and meeting space, along with offices and public spaces. The Charleston Gaillard Management Corporation, doing business as the Charleston Gaillard Center, is a non-profit 501c3 organization responsible for managing the facility. For more information about the Charleston Gaillard Center, please visit http://www.gaillardcenter.org.

 

Position Summary

The Ticket Office Associate (TOA) is a member of The Gaillard’s Ticketing Team.  The TOA is the first person that our patrons interact with. The TOA must be proficient in our computer ticketing system, ticketing procedures and policies, and maintaining a friendly, efficient, and effective ticket office.  With a focus on patron & donor satisfaction, service, audience development and retention in a deadline-driven environment, the individual will be responsible for The Gaillard’s sales of subscriptions, single and group sale tickets for The Gaillard events, as well as the events for The Gaillard’s users.  The TOA will develop exceptionally positive and productive relationships with The Gaillard’s users and resident companies. 


Responsibilities

  • Responsible for learning and understanding the Spektrix Ticketing System.
  • Deliver a high level of customer service at all times, including responding to inquiries from patrons and donors regarding ticket needs, complaints, or other issues
  • Follow ticket office policies and procedures
  • Assure compliance with system and financial controls including cash and credit card handling procedures
  • Familiarity with PCI compliance issues preferred
  • Monitor daily ticket sales
  • Other duties as assigned

 

Qualifications

  • High-School Diploma required
  • At least two years of progressively responsible ticket office experience preferred
  • Experience working in customer service or in a performing arts venue preferred
  • Availability to work nights and weekend pursuant to event schedules

 

Skills and Knowledge

  • High degree of computer proficiency
  • Considerable proficiency in basic mathematics and accounting
  • Computer literate in MS Office programs including Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, as well as Internet research skills
  • Excellent customer service skills
  • Ability to work well under pressure
  • Confidence in accountability for and handling large sums of money utilizing prescribed cash management controls
  • Experience and appreciation of the fine and performing arts preferred
  • Superior verbal communication skills
  • Professional phone demeanor
  • Superior organization, and attention to detail skills
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality, and exercise good discretion and judgment
  • Knowledge of the arts, and non-profit organizations in Charleston is a preferred plus
  • Professional business appearance

 

 

Physical Requirements

  • Work is accomplished in an office or in a cubicle space equipped with a telephone and computer
  • Work may include prolonged periods of sitting, typing, or looking at a computer screen

 

Compensation

 

$15.00/hour; nights and weekends are required. Please include a cover letter indicating your availability and the maximum and minimum number of hours/shifts you are interested in working each week.

 

 

NO PHONE CALLS

 

The Gaillard is an equal opportunity employer. Advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion within the Gaillard is critical to our mission. To be a leading performing arts center in the Southeast, we need to have a highly diverse staff, a workplace where individuals are encouraged to retain their uniqueness and can feel a sense of belonging. For us, equity means that our staff members, our patrons, and our clients can experience the transformative power of the arts, no matter their starting place.

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