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34th Street Partnership is a not-for-profit, private management company organized as a business improvement district.

Are you interested in working for us? Job listings will be posted below as they become available.

Learn more about our organization here.

Bryant Park Corporation and 34th Street Partnership are hiring a House Manager to facilitate summer programming in both districts.

Hourly Rate: $21

Job type: Part-time, seasonal. Fully in-person with no option for remote work.

Schedule: Nights and weekends. Around 20 hours per week, rising to 30 hours at peak season.

Projected dates: Late April through September, 2024.

This is a seasonal position - successful candidates will need to re-apply for any future positions.


  • Coordinate with Lead House Manager in supervising Production Assistants in the same-day set-up and/or break-down of front-of-house spaces for large scale events on the Bryant Park Lawn, including Picnic Performances and Movie Nights
  • Act as a front-of-house ambassador and engage with the public to communicate event policies
  • Coordinate with Program Managers to ensure a prompt run-of-show
  • Assign positions, manage breaks, and shape hospitality etiquette for front-of-house staff
  • Liaise with sanitation and security staff, event vendors, on-site EMT, and other partners
  • Work independently to manage pop-up performances and programs around the 34th Street District, including partner liaison, set-up and break down of performance spaces and basic audio tech
  • Troubleshoot logistical event issues, including weather, schedule changes, and crowding
  • Other responsibilities as requested by supervisor
  • Additional responsibilities may include:
  • Create staffing schedules and process payroll using Sling
  • Assist with hiring and training additional Production Assistants
  • Maintain and replace equipment where necessary
  • Responsibilities within the company may be added if the individual demonstrates initiative, growth, and proficiency in their tasks.


  • Bachelor’s Degree, in a relevant course of study preferred
  • Experience as a stage hand, stage manager, sound engineer, or production assistant a plus
  • Outgoing, mature, and assertive, with a “no-job-too-small” attitude
  • Ability to multi-task, show initiative and to work independently as well as a team leader
  • Excellent interpersonal and verbal communication skills
  • Responsible and detail-oriented with excellent observation skills
  • Flexibility regarding day-of scheduling, due to the nature of live events
  • Ability to lift 50lbs and to stay on feet for extended periods of time in varied weather conditions

How to apply:

Please email your resume and cover letter to with the subject line 'House Manager'. Applications without a cover letter will not be considered. Phone calls and office visits will NOT be accepted.