• The policy of The Shubert Organization, Inc. is to select, place, train and promote the best qualified individuals based upon relevant factors such as work quality, attitude and experience, so as to accord equal employment opportunity for all our employees in compliance with applicable local, state and federal laws. We do so without regard to non work-related factors such as race, color, religion/creed, sex, national origin, age, disability, citizenship, marital status, ancestry, affectional or sexual orientation, gender identity, atypical cellular or blood trait, genetic information/genetic testing, familial status, liability for service in the armed forces of the United States, or an individual's military or veteran status. This equal opportunity policy applies to all Company activities, including but not limited to, recruiting, hiring, training, transfers, promotions, compensation practices, benefits and termination of employment.


Title:  Operating Engineer

Qualified candidates will have the following skills, experience and qualifications:

  • Extensive field experience with:
    • operating, troubleshooting, and repairing HVAC/R equipment
    • electrical power and control systems
    • basic plumbing skills (soldering, brazing, etc.)
    • monitoring and operation of fire protection systems along with the requisite certificates
    • fire alarm systems and evacuation skills
  • NYC Fire Department Certificate of Qualification for Refrigerating System Operating Engineer
  • CFC Universal Card
  • FDNY S-12 and S-13 Certificates of Fitness for standpipe and sprinkler, as well as other engineering certificates of fitness required for proper operation, coverage and job performance (air compressor, fire guard, oxy/acetylene, etc.)
  • Ability to read schematics, wiring diagrams, blueprints
  • Superior communication, customer service and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to take direction well and to effectively accomplish tasks based on verbal instructions
  • High level of motivation and be a self-starter
  • Good attendance and punctuality
  • Capability to work flexible schedule as required by operational demands and ability to fill-in for co-workers as necessary (due to vacation, illness, etc.). Mandatory overtime when required by operational needs. Our Engineering Crew services our theatres, which operate 365 days a year.
  • Ability to work effectively in a deadline oriented, high pressure environment, and to effectively handle multiple tasks
  • Valid drivers license with a good driving record
  • Will require application for membership in I.U.O.E. Local Union No. 30.


Title:  Associate Archivist

Work Hours:  10:00am - 6:00pm, Monday through Friday, must be available to work additional time.

Primary Duties:

  • Assist with general Archive operations.
  • Provide reference assistance to researcher in-person, on the telephone, and via mail (traditional and electronic).
  • Arrange and describe archival materials in all formats and create collection guides and finding aids in accordance with professional standards and best practices.
  • Spearhead the Archive's ongoing digitization project by scanning images and documents; applying appropriate descriptive, technical, and administrative metadata; and reviewing content for quality control.
  • Assist with the creation, implementation, and management of procedures for the preservation of born-digital and digitized archival records.

Additional Duties:

  • Assist with the implementation of public access and collection policies.
  • Assist Archive and company-wide staff in matters of records management.
  • Assist with collection preservation, conservation, and maintenance.
  • Assist in creating the Archive's annual newsletter, The Passing Show.
  • Assist in training and supervising student interns.
  • Keep abreast of developments in archival theory and practice, as well as copyright law as it pertains to the Archive's holdings.
  • Participate in professional associations to remain informed and proficient in rapidly changing archival practices.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.


  • MLS or MLIS from an ALA-accredited university, preferably with a significant archival component, or a Masters degree in archival studies. Consideration will be given to applicants with a graduate degree in other related fields, who also have significent archival experience or training. A degree in theatre history a plus.
  • Demonstrated experience with, and knowledge of, archival practice, preferably in a business or arts setting.
  • Extensive knowledge of digital archives and emerging digital curation practices.
  • Thorough understanding of professional standards and best practices for archives, as well as records management principles and procedures.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of computer applications such as Word, Excel, and Cuadra Star (or similar) archival management/database software. Experience with Photoshop and InDesign a plus.
  • Working knowledge of descriptive metadata and encoding standards, such as DACS, Dublin Core, RDA and EAD. Familiarity with web-based languages such as CSS, HTML, and XML a plus.
  • Working knowledge of American theatre history with a special emphasis on Broadway.
  • Ability to set appropriate priorities for a variety of competing tasks, and to work independently or collaboratively as needed.
  • Good interpersonal skills.
  • Strong organizational skills with attention to detail.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills, including the ability to author articles for publication, perform copy-editing, and deliver presentations.
  • Physical ability to perform the duties of this position, including lifting and carrying boxes weighing up to approximately 50 lbs.; climbing stairs and ladders; and engaging in considerable standing, walking, stooping, bending and lifting.
  • All candidates will be required, at a point in the selection process, to submit a finding aid and a writing sample of at least 1,000 words.


For consideration, please send resumes to: