Contact: Employment & Internships


Thank you for your interest in employment at the Troy Savings Bank Music Hall! We are currently looking to fill the following open paid positions:


Job Title: House Manager

Status: Part Time Hourly, $15/hour

Reports To: Director of Marketing

FLSA Status: Non - Exempt


The historic Troy Savings Bank Music Hall (Troy, NY) is seeking a part time House Manager. Position is part time with variable scheduling. Candidates should be proactive, self-motivated, conscientious, mature, and have good communications skills with staff, visitors, artistic personnel, and other support such as security guards.  A flexible schedule is required as activities are primarily nights and weekends and can involve long days.


  • Oversee Front of House operations for performances and events
  • Coordinate volunteer ushers to serve as ticket scanners, seating assistance, and program distribution.
  • Coordinate concessions and merchandise sales, including assignment of volunteer staff, inventory monitoring, and sales reconciliations.
  • Deliver excellent customer service to patrons and visiting artists. Ensure facility is safe, operational and presentable for performances.
  • Open and/or close facility according to master schedule; responsible for securing front of house at conclusion of events.
  • Monitor and report on facility conditions as needed: temperature, maintenance, and sanitation. Ensure cleanliness and safety of theater by checking seating areas, entrances, and restrooms.
  • Oversee patron seating and resolve problems or concerns in a prompt, professional, and courteous fashion. Enforce late seating or other special show policies as performance may require.
  • Take the lead in handling unforeseen or emergency situations.
  • Settle merchandise sales with artists as needed
  • Prepare reports: show summaries, incident reports, sales reports, and deposits.


  • Professional and polished demeanor, positive attitude, detail and customer oriented.
  • Able to analyze problems and strategize for solutions
  • One year of experience coordinating a variety of events and activities at a professional theatre, live music venue, collegiate entertainment facility, or other large public use/entertainment facility.
  • Exceptional communication (verbal, written, interpersonal) and presentation skills.
  • Enjoy being an integral part of a small dynamic team.
  • Able to work irregular hours including nights, weekends, and holidays.
  • Knowledge of professional entertainment venue operating policies and procedures
  • Experience supervising teams
  • Crowd management experience/training
  • CPR/AED Training a plus


The employee is required to be mobile, talk, and listen in person and over the telephone. The employee must be able to use a computer with keyboard and view a standard size computer monitor. The employee is frequently required to stand. The employee must be able to lift and or move objects up to 50 pounds.

Reasonable accommodations may be made to allow individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this position.

The Troy Savings Bank Music Hall is a National Historic Landmark built in 1875. Famous for its world class acoustics, the Music Hall is owned by the Troy Savings Bank Foundation. The Music Hall seats up to 1175 and its programming includes rock, indie, jazz, choral, classical, world music, as well as comedy shows, symphony concerts, recitals, and other events. EOE.


To apply for the House Manager position, please send a letter and resume to:

Karen Good
Director of Marketing
Troy Savings Bank Music Hall

No phone calls, please.





Box Office & Administrative Internship


We are always looking for motivated music lovers to join our Street Team and help spread the word about our upcoming shows. If you are enthusiastic about live music and want to get involved in the concert scene, this is your chance! As a member of our Street Team, you will place posters and distribute postcards in high-traffic areas in and around the Capital Region. In return, you will become a part of our inner circle, among the first to hear about upcoming shows, and you may also qualify for free tickets, posters, merchandise, and more.



  • Passing out/hanging up posters to promote upcoming shows at the Music Hall.
  • Distributing postcards.
  • Providing us with feedback about audience response in your area, marketing techniques that worked, and your overall promotional experience.
  • Announcing performances or on-sales via email (no spamming, please!), blogs, Facebook, Twitter, etc.



  • Reliable transportation is needed to pick up and distribute promotional materials. This does necessarily mean a car, but you will need to be able to get to the Music Hall on a semi-regular basis.
  • A digital camera or camera phone to email pictures of the materials you distribute at various locations in your area.
  • Facebook and/or Twitter accounts and knowledge of those networks is preferred.


In appreciation for their help, street team members can qualify for:

» Tickets to concerts.

» Opportunities to purchase tickets before they go on sale to the public.

» Access to special promotional materials, including posters and recordings.

» Music Hall merchandise.

» And more!

If you are interested in joining our Street Team, send us an e-mail at

Please include your name and the neighborhood where you live, as well as other areas where you might be able to distribute posters and flyers. We’d also love to know about your relationship with music—favorite bands, genres, venues, etc.