About The Honeywell Foundation
The Honeywell Foundation, DBA Honeywell Arts & Entertainment, is dedicated to the enhancement of artistic, social, cultural, and recreational opportunities for all. We are a nonprofit arts organization located in Wabash, Indiana. Founded in 1941 by industrialist Mark C. Honeywell, the Foundation reaches hundreds of thousands of guests each year through a variety of arts offerings including live concerts, visual art programs, family festivals, and recreational events. Offerings take place online and at six venues: the Honeywell Center, Honeywell House, Eagles Theatre, Charley Creek Gardens, Dr. James Ford Historic Home, and the 13-24 Drive In.
Every team member plays an important role in our mission. We are a strengths-based organization that recognizes the need for individual development and clarity in purpose. We highly value teamwork and are seeking a high-potential, energetic, fun, “can-do” multi-tasker with a passion for serving others to join our team. Our core values of Teamwork, Innovation, Excellence, Service, and Stewardship guide everything we do at the Honeywell Foundation.
The Stage Hand functions as part of a team in one or all of the following departments for large events at Honeywell Arts and Entertainment: Electrics, carpentry, properties, sound, wardrobe, projection, rigging/flyrail and/or truck loading. Most Stage Hands are trained in general stage directions and terms and have a limited knowledge of the technical aspects of the theater. This position is on-call, as-needed, based on our programming schedule.
The ideal candidate has knowledge of stage directions, attention to safety, and a focus on teamwork with a strong worth ethic. Previous work experience as a Stage Hand in a large theatre that presents multiple touring events is preferred.
The Honeywell Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer. For more information, please click the following links:
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Equal Employment Opportunity is The Law (Supplement)
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A resume and cover letter can be uploaded when applying online.