The mission of the Maltz Jupiter Theatre is to entertain, educate and inspire our community. Equity, diversity, and inclusion are an integral part of our theatres mission and values. We believe that the arts are a powerful platform for social change; and our commitment to the community begins at the core of our work and from within our organization. We encourage all members of the community to attend our Volunteer Open House and consider joining our volunteer team regardless of race, color, creed, gender identity/expression, sexual orientation, marital status, national origin, age, ability, or veteran status.
Volunteer Opportunities "Snapshot"
This list briefly describes the numerous ways in which our volunteers help us. It does not mean an abundance of volunteers are needed in each of these areas.
Volunteers work on a team to assist with airport pick-ups and drop-offs, preparing welcome gifts for artists, assisting with auditions (set up, check-in), assisting with artist housing set-up, and artist hospitality (Cast dinner set-up, service).
Volunteers work on a team that is assigned by specific day/evening of the week. Bar volunteers are needed at every production held in the Theatre. The Theatre has a full bar.
Volunteers with good customer service skills and computer experience assist with ticket sales, will-call, and general ticket information.
At this time, there is not a need for volunteer services. Once the new Conservatory is completed, volunteers will assist with a variety of tasks.
Volunteers assist in the Imagine Room during intermission of evening performances, help with special events, oversee VIP parking, and other duties as needed.
Volunteers assist the Operations Department in a variety of areas including event setup/breakdown (involves some physical labor), stage door monitoring, playbill distribution, and Green Room greeter.
Volunteers with sewing experience assist the costume shop, and help with costume maintenance (steaming/ironing) in the wardrobe department. Volunteers also help with basic painting at the Production Center in West Palm Beach. A team of volunteer production runners serve as all-purpose volunteers during tech week of each new show.
Parking Shuttle Associates drive the Theatre’s 8-passenger golf cart back-and-forth between the front doors of the Theatre and the volunteer parking area located nearby at the First United Methodist Church of Jupiter-Tequesta.
Volunteer ushers work on a 15-member team assigned by specific day/evening of the week. There is a team of ushers at every production held in the Theatre.
- Certain positions will require volunteers to be at least 18 years of age.
- All volunteers must provide current contact information (phone numbers, e-mail address) to the Volunteer Coordinator.
- All volunteers must have a current functioning e-mail that is checked regularly.
- All volunteers should be available for the full season (October-April). This is mandatory for volunteer ushers and bartenders.
- All volunteers are asked to contribute a minimum of 35 hours during the season (October-April).
- English/Spanish language skills preferred but not required
- Certain volunteer positions/tasks require specific qualifications and training, as well as physical requirements, as set forth in the individual job descriptions. Pre-season trainings for ushers and bartenders are mandatory.
- Certain volunteer positions have specific dress requirements, which are the responsibility of the volunteer.
- Certain positions will be required to adhere to COVID safety guidelines as required by artist unions.