Theatre Major, L.L.C. Program Coordinator Clarksburg, MD · Washington, DC · New York, NY · Remote · Part time

Theatre Major LLC seeks an administrative professional to join our fast growing college counseling and college audition coaching team. You will support the CEO in monitoring and coordinating student progress in our unique process. You will coordinate faculty and student schedules, agendas, programming tools, and communications. Your role is to assist our team in making sure all students are making progress toward their personal goals.



The Program Coordinator works closely with the CEO in ensuring that each student’s unique coaching and advising schedule are properly managed and students are on track for their college audition and application deadlines. 


  • Build and maintain programming tools such as rosters and online lesson spaces
  • Organize and manage asset libraries including sheet music, monologues, and other student deliverables
  • Order supplies and other materials as requested
  • Coordinate schedules of students, college counselor and coaches to work together on various programs
  • Collaborate with CEO to onboard new students and parents to programs and provide ongoing assistance as needed
  • Collaborate with Lead Coaches and coaches to track student artistic progress
  • Answer phone calls from potential clients
  • Schedule and coordinate online events and other live programs
  • Maintain and update all company schedules, calendars, and agendas
  • Send out reminders of scheduled meetings and coaching sessions
  • Communicate with students and parents via phone and email 
  • Assist with technical support for online coaching sessions via Teachworks and Zoom
  • Provide weekly reports on student progress and concerns to the CEO
  • Maintain professionalism and strict confidentiality with all materials, and exercise discretion when interfacing with the business 


  • You are passionate about acting and musical theatre (music, acting, dancing).
  • You are motivated and believe in our mission in transforming young theatre makers into theatre majors.
  • You understand the art of teaching, because of your experience as a teacher/coach/assistant in a classroom setting.
  • You are patient, level-headed and cool under pressure.
  • You thrive in a fast paced work environment.
  • You enjoy spending time around high school and college age students, and sincerely care about their goals to study theatre at the collegiate level.
  • You’re familiar with the college audition process for acting and musical theatre.
  • Self proclaimed “theatre-geek”.
  • Ability to use technology such as: Teachworks, Dropbox, Slack, Google Suite, and Asana.
  • You cannot live without your planner. You love schedules, and are not intimidated by managing multiple schedules at one time.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong project management skills
  • Strong critical thinking skills
  • Must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as defined by the CDC or qualify for a medical or religious exemption before starting work



  • Part time hourly, $18-$21 per hour based on experience
  • Competitive pay
  • Work-From-Home, occasional in-person events that may require travel
  • Work hours are flexible. 
  • Estimated 7-10 hours per week with the potential to increase
  • Must be available 2 to 6p ET on Mondays, as well as occasional weekend and evening hours depending on program needs


$18 - $21 per hour