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The Weill Center, a historic entertainment venue and non-profit organization in Downtown Sheboygan, has an opportunity for a qualified individual to join its team as a part-time Accounting Manager. The Accounting Manager is a vital part of the team, responsible for accounting, record keeping and reporting. He/she is also responsible for various administrative tasks of the Weill Center, as well as some human resource functions including payroll and insurance documentation.  In addition to the duties (outlined below), this position works closely with the Executive Director, Board of Director’s (BOD) President and Treasurer, ticket office staff and Endowment Committee.

Duties and responsibilities


  • Accounts payable and accounts receivable
    • Vendor invoice input and payment
    • Customer payment input
    • Create and send billing invoices
  • General ledger account reconciliation and maintenance
  • Daily cash management and reporting
  • Monthly bank account reconciliation
  • Financial report preparation and review, present as needed
    • Balance sheets, income statements
    • Create Profit and Loss statements for each performance
  • Analyze reports and recommend areas for operational improvements
  • Assist Beverage Coordinator with concession product and supply orders
  • Track and pay annual fees for all local, state and federal licenses
  • Track and pay all industry-specific taxes, licenses and fees
    • Non-resident entertainer tax
    • ASCAP and BMI licenses and fees
  • Assist with grant reporting, including tracking restricted funds
  • Assist with the preparation of annual budget
  • Preparation for annual financial statement audit.
  • Participation in finance committee meetings
  • Implementation of accounting system updates and maintenance

Human Resources

  • Set-up payroll for new employees
  • Payroll processing (biweekly)
  • Payroll tax filing and payment
  • Manage retirement plan payments


  • Assist with day-to-day office administration needs
  • Other duties as assigned by the Executive Director
  • Assist in the ticket office with sales as needed
  • Oversee annual property and casualty insurance renewal  
  • Order office and theater supplies as needed
  • Vendor relations (copier contract, internet/phone service provider, etc.)


  • The Accounting Manager has frequent contact with staff, volunteers, donors, patrons, user groups, general public, and the BOD both in person and over the phone and must project a positive, professional image of the Weill Center at all times
  • Participate in variousstaff meetings as requested
  • Willing to work in the Ticket Office as requested

Preferred Qualifications

  • Two-year Accounting Degree
  • Accounting software experience (QuickBooks and/or SAGE preferred)
  • Working knowledge of Seat Advisor Box Office software (Training can be provided)
  • Must be flexible, adaptable and willing to take on new tasks as needed
  • Must be able to work with various board members and board committees as needed
  • Exceptional project management and time management skills
  • Excellent customer service skills are essential
  • Experience and interest in the entertainment industry is a plus
  • Experience working in a non-profit environment or similar-sized venue is a plus


  • Annual salary of with potential for annual performance raises
  • No health or retirement benefits
  • Complimentary parking
  • Complimentary tickets for select shows
  • The following scheduled holidays: New Year’s Day, Good Friday, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day
  • Flexible schedule, with option to work from home select days
  • Professional development opportunities/reimbursements as agreed upon by supervisor


Email resume and cover letter to kglodosky@weillcenter.com. 


fall interns








The Weill Center has the opportunity to join its team as an intern for the spring 2020 semester (potential to continue to summer 2020). Join us as we plan for and implement live events: concerts, our family series, movie nights, symphony orchestra performances, exclusive backstage events and more. 

Internships run from mid/late January - May, with potential to continue to summer 2020. To apply, please email your cover letter and resume to cziegelbauer@weillcenter.com with the subject being the internship title. This internship is unpaid, but may be used for college credit.



The Marketing and Events Intern is creative, takes initiative and is enthusiastic about live events and performing arts. This person is a champion for the Weill Center in the community and an active member of the team onsite at events. This internship will provide you with exposure to all facets of marketing, including areas such as community engagement, brand management and executing events.


-        Assist with the implementation of the organization’s marketing plan and advertising campaigns

-        Fulfill artist hospitality requirements as needed

-        Represent Weill Center at performances as season permits (nights and weekends)

-        Distribute promotional materials throughout the community

-        Publish event information to community calendars, and track as needed

-        Participate in community and outreach events

-        Create and publish content across platforms (social media and eblasts)

-        Update organization’s website as needed

-        Other duties as assigned


-        Currently junior and senior pursuing an undergraduate degree in marketing or a related field

-        Experience and/or interest in the entertainment industry, non-profit organization and community development

-        Familiarity of Sheboygan County

-        Reliable transportation

-        Outstanding written and verbal communication skills

-        Exceptional time management skills

-        Must be flexible, adaptable and willing to take on new tasks as needed

-        Must be able to work with and around many interruptions



The stagehand exudes teamwork as a key member of the technical team. He/she assists with load-in and strike, as well as supporting the audio and lighting team during the performance. This internship will provide you with exposure to all facets of technical theater management and can be personalized to meet your areas of interest (i.e. lighting, sound or stage management).


-        Unload/load touring trucks, set up event sets and equipment in preparation for performances; strike after each event
-        Assist the lighting director with lighting set up and maintenance (i.e. change gels prior to performance)
-        Operate spotlights as needed
-        Assist audio director with soundcheck
-        Manage sound monitors during performance as needed
-        Operate curtains as needed
-        Assist with set-up of theater spaces as indicated in hospitality riders and day of show planning documents
-        Other duties as assigned


-        Must be 18+
-        High school or college student with interest in technical theater or stage management
-        Familiarity of lighting/audio equipment is preferred, but not required
-        Must be able to lift 50 lbs.
-        Must be flexible, adaptable and willing to take on new tasks as needed
-        Excellent customer service and communication skills are essential
-        Exceptional problem-solving skills
-        Keen attention to details
-        Availability to work nights and weekends

About the Stefanie H. Weill Center for the Performing Arts

The Stefanie H. Weill Center for the Performing Arts is a nonprofit 501(C)3 performing arts venue in Downtown Sheboygan, WI. With 1,150 seats, the venue hosts a series of live performances including live music, comedy, variety acts and more that entertain, excite and inspire people of all ages. Over the years, performers have ranged from Abbot and Costello, Duke Ellington and the Marx Brothers, to Alan Parsons, the Avett Brothers, Melissa Ethridge and more. The venue was originally built in 1928 and has been restored to its original Spanish Colonial Revival architectural style and “atmospheric” theater, popular in the 1920s.  The theater is currently listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Preserve this historic landmark theater in order to provide & sustain a majestic performing arts venue for the community and to serve the people of Sheboygan County and surrounding communities with the opportunity to enjoy cultural, educational, civic, and corporate events that will entertain and inspire.