• • • Harkins Theatres is here to help you land the most exciting job ever!
The 5th largest movie theatre chain in the US is looking for talented employees with a desire to work in show business! Based in beautiful Scottsdale, Arizona, Harkins Theatres is the oldest and largest privately owned and operated company in the industry. Harkins is renowned as an industry leader in quality, innovation, presentation and guest satisfaction with locations across the Southwest. Harkins Theatres is proud to be an equal opportunity employer.

Harkins firmly believes its continued success depends on how well we cultivate the abilities of all our employees, regardless of race, citizenship, gender identity, color, religion, sex/gender, sexual orientation, genetic information, national origin, age, disability that may be reasonably accommodated, family status, veteran’s status or any other status or condition protected by local, state or federal law. We are committed to providing equal opportunity in recruitment, employment, compensation, benefits, promotions, transfers, training, education and all other aspects of the Company’s employment practices.

Employment at Harkins Theatres can provide a world of opportunities and training in the essential elements of success:

A, E, I, O, YOU
project a positive Attitude
show the Effort
demonstrate your Integrity
and this will create Opportunity
for YOU!

Harkins Theatres is currently recruiting for the following positions:

  • Event Cinema Specialist
  • Event Coordinator
  • Business Development Specialist
  • Talent Acquisition Manager
  • Receptionist
  • Administrative Assistant (Accounting)
  • Systems Development Manager
  • IT Program Manager
  • IT Business Systems Analyst
  • Construction Manager I
  • Senior Internal Auditor
  • Attorney
  • Facilities Special Project Technician I
  • Facilities Maintenance Technician I
  • Plumber I
  • Bar Manager
  • Bartender
  • Barista
  • PlayCenter Assistant Manager
  • PlayCenter Team Member
  • Senior Manager
  • Assistant Manager
  • Team Member
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    Event Cinema Specialist

    Location: Harkins Theatres Support Office – Scottsdale, Arizona

    The Event Cinema Specialist manages in-theatre event programming and special events. Evaluates, proposes and executes initiatives to increase in-theatre events and revenue streams.

    Event Cinema Specialist responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:
    • Coordinates and executes special presentations outside of normal programming including talent or additional promotional components (i.e. Tuesday Night Classics, PopUp Cinema, gaming tournaments, eSports viewing, etc)
    • Works with various internal departments to ensure presentation and execution of events
    • Develops strategy for enhancing and continuously evolving the gaming presence within theatres including, but not limited to, tournaments, game releases, streaming promotional gaming, and virtual reality
    • Creates proposals for new business initiatives to increase and add new revenue

    Preferred Qualifications:
    • Bachelor's degree in sales, business, marketing or media
    • Movie theatre experience
    • Experience working with vendors and alternative content providers
    • Exposure to eSports/gaming industry
    • Experience writing proposals and reports

    Minimum Qualifications:
    • Excellent guest service experience
    • 2+ years of relevant work experience (researching, gathering leads, planning events)
    • Advanced knowledge and experience with all gaming platforms
    • Microsoft Excel, Word, Outlook and advanced Internet browsing
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
    • Able to multi-task
    • Organized and detail oriented
    • High school diploma or GED

    Event Coordinator

    Location: Harkins Theatres Support Office – Scottsdale, Arizona

    The Event Coordinator manages the sale of group events in theatres.

    Event Coordinator responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:
    • Supports guest inquiries for group events that include private screenings, meetings, auditorium buyouts, field trips, gaming, IMAX programs and birthday parties
    • Works with theatre management and clients to ensure successful events
    • Creates sales initiatives and materials to drive sales with new and existing guests
    • Generates routine and ad hoc reports

    Preferred Qualifications:
    • Degree in communications or marketing preferred
    • 2+ years’ experience scheduling events for a sales team or sales department
    • Movie theatre experience
    • Experience preparing sales reports and analysis

    Minimum Qualifications:
    • Excellent guest service experience
    • Experience where tasks/duties required prioritization
    • Strong understanding of event workflow
    • Microsoft Excel, Word, Outlook and advanced Internet browsing
    • Data entry skills
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
    • Able to multi-task
    • Organized and detail oriented
    • High school diploma or GED

    Business Development Specialist

    Location: Harkins Theatres Support Office – Scottsdale, Arizona

    The Business Development Specialist evaluates and proposes initiatives to increase sales and revenue streams.

    Business Development Specialist responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:
    • Writes proposals for new business initiatives to increase and add new revenue
    • Evaluates competitive programs and revenue streams in other industries to seek new opportunities
    • Develops plans/timelines to execute initiatives and deliver finished product
    • Assists with administering programs such as ATM, arcade and courier vendors
    • Runs reports (daily, weekly, monthly quarterly) for Sales Department
    • Creates company initiatives to increase sales
    • Prepares sales reports and analysis on a monthly basis
    • Generates routine and ad hoc reports
    • Communicates effectively in writing and verbally
    • Trade show attendance

    Business Development Specialist requirements:
    • Bachelor's degree in business required
    • Minimum 2+ years of equivalent work experience (reporting / proposals / research)
    • Advanced Microsoft Excel skills
    • Strong Microsoft PowerPoint skills
    • Microsoft Word, Outlook, Access and Internet browsing
    • Movie theatre experience a plus
    • Guest service experience
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
    • Able to read/write English
    • Able to work independently and/or with a team
    • Able to multi-task
    • Organized and detail oriented

    Talent Acquisition Manager

    Location: Harkins Theatres Support Office – Scottsdale, Arizona

    The Talent Acquisition Manager will be responsible for the development and ongoing administration of employee full-cycle recruitment and employment programs to ensure all communication is aligned with our brand and vision as they evolve. This position works collaboratively with others to execute an efficient and highly effective recruiting process that creates an exceptional candidate experience.

    Talent Acquisition Manager Requirements:
    • Bachelor's degree and 3+ years of experience or 10 years of experience managing the hiring process which includes full-cycle recruiting experience
    • Knowledge of federal, state, and local laws governing employment policies, practices and compliance
    • Ability to create and drive strategy, work with data and analytics, and demonstrates capability in effective and creative recruiting and sourcing strategies
    • Have the skill to negotiate contracts with vendors who deliver value
    • Working knowledge of social media networking/recruiting
    • Proficient with Microsoft Excel, Word, Outlook, Access, Publisher, and Internet browsing
    • UltiPro experience a plus
    • Strong guest service and relationship management skills as well as the ability to engage and collaborate with hiring managers and other business partners at all levels of the organization
    • Supervisory/training/mentoring experience

    Receptionist

    Location: Harkins Theatres Support Office – Scottsdale, Arizona

    Receptionist Essential Functions:
    • Greet and direct callers, guests, vendors and other office visitors in a professional, courteous and efficient manner
    • Receives, sorts and distributes mail; receives deliveries and notifies recipient
    • Assists with a variety of forms, letters, databases and email communications
    • Maintains inventory and cleanliness of the kitchen, lobby, supply area and mail room
    • Handles office supply ordering, delivery and invoicing

    Receptionist Requirements:
    • Excellent guest service skills, required
    • Previous multiple phone line experience, a plus
    • Experience working in Guest Services, a plus
    • Comfortable working in Microsoft Excel, Word, and Outlook
    • Able to multi-task with frequent interruptions in a fast paced environment
    • Able to lift 30+ pound boxes from the floor and repetitive motions
    • High school diploma or GED
    • Bilingual, Spanish a plus

    Administrative Assistant (Accounting)

    Location: Harkins Theatres Support Office – Scottsdale, Arizona

    Administrative Assistant responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:
    • Provide administrative support and perform clerical duties including faxing, copying, filing, organizing, scanning, compiling reports and spreadsheets, opening/distributing mail, ordering department supplies, etc.
    • Organize, update, and file department files including bank documents, journal entries, etc
    • Manage off site storage requests and retrieve files from storage when requested
    • Manage company credit card process including issuing cards, answering cardholder inquiries, and preparing/submitting credit card analysis to executives
    • Manage the department Outlook mailbox

    Administrative Assistant Requirements:
    • Basic knowledge of accounting department functions (payables, receivables, etc.)
    • Microsoft Excel (Intermediate)
    • Experience with Word, Outlook, Great Plains software and Internet research
    • Metaviewer experience preferred
    • Proficiency with 10-key by touch
    • Organized with strong attention to detail and ability to exercise judgment and discretion in maintaining confidential and sensitive information
    • Guest service experience a plus
    • Able to multi-task and navigate aggressive deadlines
    • This position requires sitting, typing on a computer, reaching, stretching, twisting, bending, standing, walking up/down stairs and on flat surface and lifting up to 50 pounds from the floor
    • High School diploma or GED

    Systems Development Manager

    Location: Harkins Theatres Support Office – Scottsdale, Arizona

    The Systems Development Manager is responsible for driving and contributing to the IT systems development team in the development of new IT systems, modifications of existing systems, and systems maintenance and support.

    Systems Development Manager responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:
    • Assists the director with department supervision including interviewing, selecting, training, mentoring, supervising, team building, performance evaluations and setting developmental goals
    • Lead and develop IT systems development team members including: directing efforts, providing leadership, assessing effectiveness, and developing technical and communications skills
    • Lead development projects by performing needs assessment, requirements gathering, design, development and implementation of new applications and in modifications to existing systems and applications
    • Review and provide estimates on new projects and enhancements to existing systems
    • Manage the design, development, implementation and maintenance of web applications, web services and databases
    • Direct the security of the Harkins network and secure access to systems within the network
    • Develop and maintain vendor relationships
    • Develop and establish programming standards
    • Designs network security and configurations in conjunction with systems development projects
    • Contribute recommendations on systems, processes and infrastructure improvements

    Systems Development Manager Education/Skill/Experience:
    • 8 years systems development experience with at least 3-years as a Systems Development Project Leader
    • College diploma or university degree in a computer programming related field or a high school diploma/GED and 5 years equivalent work experience
    • Significant experience with Microsoft SQL Server, Visual Studio.NET, HTML, XML, and Java
    • Supervisory/team building/mentoring experience a must
    • Organized with strong attention to detail and ability to exercise judgment and discretion in maintaining confidential and sensitive information
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
    • Able to work independently and/or with a team
    • Able to multi-task in a fast paced environment

    IT Program Manager

    Location: Harkins Theatres Support Office – Scottsdale, Arizona

    The IT Program Manager will plan, direct and organize Information Technology projects, identify and mitigate risk be leading cross-functional program teams including vendors and third-party organizations. This individual will research and develop ideas, build business justification and evaluate costs, risks and challenges to find solutions and drive technology improvements.

    IT Program Manager Responsibilities:
    • Assists with the development and execution of strategic objectives and coordinates oversight and planning
    • Researches, evaluates and documents IT centric, real world business solutions
    • Researches and evaluates third-party tools and assists in the development of buy verses build options
    • Develops interdepartmental and third-party relationships to further the development of business solutions
    • Coordinates with internal and external teams to evaluate business processes for improvements and gather high level requirements
    • Assists with budgeting, pricing, and the negotiation of contracts
    • Assists in the evaluation and implementation of compliance standards throughout the business environment
    • Assists with monitoring and evaluating the technical performance of company programs and third-party vendors
    • Develops solutions to program problems, and directs the work of team members assigned to programs from various departments
    • Ensures projects are completed on time and within budget
    • Acts as advisor to the program team regarding projects, tasks and operations

    IT Program Manager Requirements:
    • High school diploma or GED; Bachelor's degree in business or IT related field preferred
    • 8 years IT program management experience.
    • Knowledge of standard concepts, practices, and procedures within the IT field
    • Skilled in organizing resources and establishing priorities
    • Ability to deal with many projects in various stages of negotiation, design, construction, and post-construction
    • Supervisory/team building/mentoring experience a plus
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
    • Organized and detail oriented

 

    IT Business Systems Analyst

    Location: Harkins Theatres Support Office – Scottsdale, Arizona

    IT Business Systems Analyst responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:
    • Reviews, analyzes, and evaluates business systems and user needs
    • Meets with end users and subject matter experts to elicit project requirements
    • Acts as a liaison between functional business experts and IT development team
    • Writes user stories and participate as a team member in an agile SCRUM environment
    • Familiar with business process reengineering and can suggest ways to create process efficiencies
    • Assist with the development of reports and implementation of new software systems as needed
    • Understanding of SDLC
    • Creates business artifacts
    • Understanding of SQL

    IT Business Systems Analyst Requirements:
    • College diploma or university degree in IT related field and 5 years equivalent work experience
    • Experience in a scrum environment, required
    • Working knowledge of quality assurance methodologies a plus
    • Knowledge of commonly used software development concepts, practices and procedures
    • Knowledge of database and development tools and environments
    • Able to read/write in English
    • Able to work independently or with a team

    Construction Manager I

    Location: Harkins Theatres Support Office - Scottsdale, Arizona

    The Construction Manager I provides oversight and leadership for remodel construction projects by coordinating and collaborating with the contractors, architects, engineers, landlords, design specialists and internal departments.

    The Construction Manager I responsibilities include managing projects toward on-time completion within budget through site visits and review of daily/weekly reports and photos; review drawings and/or scopes of work for assigned projects for accuracy and current company direction; assist with preparation of budgets, feasibility studies and pre-construction activities; qualify all bids and change orders to minimize costs while maintaining schedules and design intent; research and recommend new materials, products and/or methods to keep Harkins at the forefront of the industry; travel up to 40% (including local travel)

    Construction Manager I requirements include Bachelor's degree in construction management, architecture, or engineering or 7+ years of related project management experience; Minimum 3 years experience with construction remodeling experience; Project Management Professional or Lean/Six Sigma certification preferred; Strong customer service skills required Ability to read, analyze and interpret legal documents, business periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures, government regulations, and effectively negotiate price and contractual agreements with vendors; Strong problem solving and reasoning capability; Ability to deal with many projects in various stages of negotiation, design, construction, and post-construction; Ability to perform site inspections and/or approve installations; Microsoft Project, Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook and Internet browsing; AutoCAD, Photoshop, and Illustrator knowledge a plus

    Senior Internal Auditor

    Location: Harkins Theatres Support Office – Scottsdale, Arizona

    The Senior Internal Auditor is responsible for corporate and theatre audit programs to ensure compliance with company policies and procedures. This role leads company efforts within research, development and execution of new and expanded corporate audits considered high risk due to security, financial impact, internal controls, new systems and company growth.

    Duties/Responsibilities:
    • Audits and assesses effectiveness of controls and efficiency of operation of management in the company
    • Analyzes data obtained for evidence of deficiencies in controls, duplication of effort, extravagance, fraud or lack of compliance with laws, government regulations and management policies or procedures.
    • Examines department accounting and statistical records and interviews individuals to ensure recording of transactions and compliance with applicable laws and regulations
    • Leverages data analytics in support of risk assessments and audits.
    • Works with other departments as collaborative and a consultative partner in an environment that values accountability, respect and teamwork
    • Develop, present, and finalize audit reports defining root causes/exceptions and submits recommendations to management.
    • Supervises auditing staff in project management, peer reviews and work product reviews.
    • Assists the director in analyzing, planning, developing and implementing new and existing audit programs.
    • Maintains a professional working environment while setting a positive and professional example for the team to follow
    • Sets high standards for self while maintaining company standards, policies, and procedures to ensure delivery of the ultimate moviegoing experience at all times
    • Utilizes spreadsheets to control document flow
    • Communicates effectively in writing and verbally to all levels of the organization

    Preferred Qualifications:
    • Bachelor’s degree within Accounting, Finance or Business Administration
    • Certification within CPA, CIA or CISA
    • 3-5 years’ experience within corporate internal auditing to include financial, operational and compliance areas
    • Previous auditing experience dealing with POS systems and/or revenue related audits
    • Previous work experience within entertainment/movie theatre industry
    • Proven track record in developing new corporate audit programs
    • Familiar with auditing standards

    Minimum Qualifications:
    • Bachelor’s degree & 3 years’ of practical auditing experience
    • Previous risk assessment experience
    • Previous supervisory experience within Auditing/Finance Team
    • Strong organizational and time management skills
    • Ability to deal with complex problems involving multiple facets and variables
    • Microsoft Excel (advanced), Word, PowerPoint, Access, Outlook and Internet browsing skills
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

    Attorney

    Location: Harkins Theatres Support Office – Scottsdale, Arizona

    The Attorney will assist General Counsel with legal activities for the organization, which includes contract review and negotiation, labor law, lease administration, LLC creation and maintenance, corporate documents, risk management, legal compliance, and oversight of litigation.

    Attorney responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:
    • Provides accurate and timely counsel to Company executives in a variety of legal topics
    • Reviews, negotiates and administers critical agreements and other documents
    • LLC and corporation creation and maintenance
    • Specifies internal governance policies and regularly monitors legal compliance
    • Evaluate business and legal risks in proposed transactions and advise client on preferred courses
    • Provides interpretation of legal documents
    • Collaborates with management to devise efficient defense strategies
    • Communicates with external parties (regulators, external counsel, public authority, etc.)
    • Maintains current knowledge of changes in law
    • Continues professional education and maintains license throughout employment

    Preferred Qualifications:
    • Excellent educational background from top schools and/or very high graduation ranking strongly preferred
    • Proven track record of 2 – 7 years of related business law experience
    • Experience dealing with contracts, labor law matters, and commercial real estate
    • Current member of the Arizona Bar Association
    • Previous work experience supporting a service based company dealing with customers/consumers. (i.e. movie, retail, hospitality, restaurant or services industry)

    Minimum Qualifications:

    • Juris Doctor or equivalent law degree from an accredited institution and 2 years of related business law experience
    • Excellent academic background required
    • Good standing member of a State Bar
    • Microsoft Excel (advanced), Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Internet browsing skills
    • Able to work independently and with a team
    • Able to multi-task

    Facilities Special Project Technician I

    Location: Servicing All Metro Phoenix, Arizona theatres

    The Facilities Special Project Technician I will support the facilities team by performing various special projects, with a strong emphasis on electrical and diagnostic work.

    Facilities Special Project Technician I responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:
    • Perform on-site repair and construction projects within the theatre facilities
    • Refurbish and installation of theatre seats
    • Use hand and power tools to make repairs and adjustments
    • Perform safety repairs for potentially hazardous conditions
    • Complete odd tasks that may include hauling or moving boxes and other equipment, scaffolding work, roof repairs, etc.
    • Work onsite with vendors and construction team for final weeks before theatres grand opening
    • Work in a team environment

    Facilities Special Project Technician I Requirements:
    • 2+ years of experience in electrical, mechanical, carpentry, welding, etc.
    • Strong troubleshooting skills
    • “Outside the Box” thinker
    • Must have current auto insurance at all times as well as valid driver license
    • Reliable work vehicle (truck or van)
    • Willingness to travel both locally and out of state
    • be able to work a fluctuating schedule
    • Able to lift 75 pounds
    • Able to perform lock out/tag out procedures
    • High school diploma or GED

    Facilities Maintenance Technician I

    Location: Southeast Valley / Phoenix, Arizona (Mesa, Tempe, Chandler, Gilbert, Queen Creek, and Scottsdale)

    The ideal Facilities Maintenance Technician I candidate will have a technical background and be skilled in electrical and diagnostics.

    Facilities Maintenance Technician I responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:
    • Performs on-site repair and maintenance of theatre facilities
    • Repairs popcorn poppers, butter machines, other concession items, auditorium seating, restroom, lighting, minor electrical, basic plumbing, tile repairs, etc.
    • Safety repairs for potentially hazardous conditions
    • Odd tasks that may include hauling or moving boxes and other equipment, scaffolding work, roof repairs, etc.
    • Carry a company cell phone and be available evenings and weekends for emergencies

    Facilities Maintenance Technician I Requirements:
    • High school diploma or GED
    • 2+ years of experience in electrical, mechanical, carpentry, welding, etc.
    • Be able to demonstrate problem solving abilities and awareness of surrounding issues
    • Able to read and interpret blueprints, manuals and schematics
    • Able to lift 75 pounds
    • Must be able to work a fluctuating schedule
    • Willingness to travel
    • Must have a reliable work truck or work van with current auto insurance as well as a valid driver’s license
    • Able to perform lock-out/tag-out procedures

    Plumber I

    Location: Servicing All Southern California theatres (Cerritos, Chino Hills, Moreno Valley and Redlands, CA)

    Plumber I responsibilities:
    • Maintaining, servicing and repairing all plumbing related equipment and systems such as commercial water heaters, sensor operated flush valves and faucets, domestic water supply system, domestic waste line systems, water filtration systems, and commercial grade hand sinks, service sinks, mop sinks and faucets
    • Properly utilizing computer generated help desk system
    • Perform basic inventory and parts management
    • Reads and interprets blueprints, manuals and schematics Plumber I requirements:
    • High school diploma or GED
    • 3+ years of plumbing experience in commercial service and repair plumbing
    • Basic knowledge of the Uniform Plumbing Code
    • Experience using Microsoft Excel, Word, Outlook and Internet browsing
    • Ability to properly troubleshoot, diagnose and repair plumbing issues with limited or no supervision
    • Able to lift 75 pounds
    • Flexible to work variable schedules
    • Able to perform Lock-out/Tag-out procedures
    • Must have a reliable work truck or van with current auto insurance and a valid driver’s license
    • Carry a company cell phone and be available to respond to emergencies on weekends and after hours
    • Comfortable with administrative and organizational tasks

    Bar Manager

    Location: Arizona -  Scottsdale 101 14 in Phoenix

    The Bar Manager is responsible for the overall operation of the theatre’s bar area including cleanliness, organization, safety, compliance, training and staff supervision.

    Bar Manager Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following: Assists the alcohol service area manager with creating policies, procedures and training materials; Provides department supervision including interviewing, selecting, training, supervising, mentoring, team building, performance evaluations and setting developmental goals; Understands and adheres to all company policies/procedures and state/federal liquor laws/regulations, and ensures all bar staff do the same; Conducts introductory and periodic staff training to ensure knowledgeable service levels; Reviews, addresses and assists in the correction of any alcohol service concerns and ensuring guest satisfaction; Projects bar and café attendance, generates labor demands and creates a weekly employee schedule

    Bar Manager requirements include: High school diploma or GED and 2+ year experience in management of a bar or restaurant; Must be at least 21 years of age; Completion of the Learn2Serve training course and Certification Exam is mandatory with a passing score; Working knowledge of state/local liquor laws; Supervisory/training/mentoring experience, required; Excellent guest service skills; Able to lift up to 50 pounds; Bilingual, Spanish a plus

    Bartender

    Location: Arizona - Scottsdale 101 14 in Scottsdale, Tempe Marketplace 16 in Tempe

    The Bartender assists with the day to day operation of the theatre bar area including maintaining cleanliness, organization, safety, and maintenance, and mixing and serving drinks to guests while delivering the ultimate moviegoing experience. Bartender responsibilities include: understands and adheres to all company policies/procedures and state/federal liquor laws/regulations, and ensures all bar staff do the same; understands all items sold at the bar with the ability to answer questions, make recommendations and upsell; monitor excessive alcohol consumption of guests.

    Position Requirements: High school diploma or GED and 2+ years of alcohol service experience in a bar setting; completion of the Learn2Serve training course and Certification Exam is mandatory with a passing score; must be at least 21 years of age; working knowledge of state/local liquor laws; excellent guest service skills; able to lift up to 50 pound; bilingual, Spanish a plus.  

    Barista

    Location: Camelview at Fashion Square 14 in Scottsdale, Arizona

    The Barista will assist in the day to day operation of the theatre cafe area by creating and serving coffees, teas, other beverages, pastries, cakes and other snacks, maintaining cleanliness, organization, safety, and maintenance in order to deliver the ultimate moviegoing experience.

    Barista responsibilities include:
    • Understands all items sold at the cafe with the ability to answer questions, make recommendations and upsell
    • Assists with daily and weekly inventories
    • Completes regular training and other relevant trainings, including maintaining an updated food handling card, as applicable

    Barista requirements include:
    • High school diploma or GED
    • 2+ year experience in a café service setting
    • Excellent guest service skills
    • Able to lift up to 50 pounds
    • Bilingual, Spanish a plus

    PlayCenter Assistant Manager

    Locations: Arizona - Chandler Fashion 20 in Chandler, Norterra 14 in Phoenix

    The PlayCenter Assistant Manager is responsible for assisting the PlayCenter Manager with overall PlayCenter operations; ensuring the safety of the children and staff; helping with planning and implementing developmentally appropriate activities for children; assisting with the training and development of staff; maintaining positive relationships with guests and their children, employees and management; and performing administrative duties such as typing, filing, faxing and copying.

    Position Requirements: Must be at least 21 years of age; have at least 1 year of experience in a day care, school or similar institution; child care education preferred; have 1 year or more in a supervisory role (preferably in a child care setting); Microsoft Office experience; and excellent customer service skills; must submit to a background check; and obtain or possess Standard First Aid/Child Health Certificate and American Heart Association-Approved CPR Certification. Due to theatre operations, this position will require the person to work days, as well as during our busiest times which are evenings, weekends and holidays.

    PlayCenter Team Member

    Locations: Arizona - SanTan Village 16 in Gilbert, Queen Creek 14 in Queen Creek, Chandler Fashion 12 in Chandler, Norterra 14 in Phoenix; Colorado - Northfield 18 in Denver; Oklahoma - Bricktown 16 team in Oklahoma City; Texas - Southlake 14 in Southlake

    Our PlayCenter Team Members ensure the safety, cleanliness and well-being of the children in the PlayCenter, interact and play with the children, register children into the center/database and maintain positive relationships with guests, their children and coworkers.

    Position Requirement: must be at least 18 years of age and have 6 months of childcare experience; high school graduate or equivalent; Microsoft Office skills; able to lift 30 pounds; must submit to a background check & fingerprint clearance; obtain or possess Standard First Aid/Child Health Certificate and American Heart Association-Approved CPR Certification. Due to theatre operations, these positions require the person(s) to work during our busiest times, which are evenings, weekends and holidays.

    Senior Manager

    Locations: Arizona; California; Colorado; Oklahoma; and Texas

    The Senior Manager assists the theatre General Manager with ensuring company standards are met; supervises the daily responsibilities of theatre employees and follows through to ensure tasks are complete and company standards are being met; assists the General Manager with employee selection, training, mentoring, employee relations, performing annual reviews and setting development goals; able to perform all duties of each position within the theatre and fills in when needed; resolves guest disturbances and concerns, and employee concerns; may be assigned overall operation responsibility for a specific area of theatre operations such as auditing, concessions, facilities, human resources, payroll, and projection/presentation; assists the General Manager with maintaining the safety and security of the theatre; communicates effectively in writing and verbally to employees, guests and vendors; responsible for operations of the entire theatre in the General Manager's absence; portrays a friendly and helpful attitude with guests and employees; administrative duties including typing, filing, faxing, copying.

    Position Requirements: High school diploma or GED and 2+ years of movie theatre management experience; Microsoft Excel, Word and Outlook; supervisory/training experience; able to read/write English; able to work independently or with a team; able to multi-task with frequent interruptions; organized and detail oriented; bilingual, Spanish a plus.  

    Assistant Manager

    Locations: Arizona - Yuma Palms 14 in Yuma; Colorado - Northfield 18 in Denver

    The Assistant Manager assists Senior and General Managers with the overall operations of the theatre, as well as performs the day-to-day functions of assigned department while supervising team members (TM) and team leaders (TL); must have hands on experience and be able to become fully competent in all theatre departments; oversees guest services to ensure that all guests receive the best movie going experience; responsible for understanding and adhering to all company policies/procedures and ensures that TMs and TLs do the same; assists with inventory and deliveries; inspects all delivery contents and takes immediate action to correct any errors or damages; upholds the company's standards for film presentation including: following projection operating procedures, ordering parts and supplies, and arranging for necessary repairs in a timely fashion.

    Position Requirements: 1+ year of management experience preferred; excellent guest service skills; movie theatre experience a plus; proficient in Microsoft Excel, Word and Outlook; able to lift up to 50 pound boxes/items from the floor/shelf; good written and verbal English Language skills. Bilingual, Spanish a plus.  

    Team Member

    Locations: Arizona; California; Colorado; Oklahoma; and Texas

    Our Team Members are responsible for the basic guest service jobs of the theatre, which includes: cleaning theatres and common areas (ushering), selling and/or preparing concession items (concessions), selling of tickets, gift cards and miscellaneous guest services items (box office) and tearing tickets and directing guests to the location of the movie-specific auditorium (door).

    Position Requirements: Must be at least 16 years of age; project a positive attitude by smiling; effectively communicate, read/write English; work independently or with a team; and available to work during our busiest times: holidays, weekends and summer months.

If you're interested in joining our team you must be at least 16 years of age.  To apply for a theatre position, please complete our Employment Application and submit it to your theatre of choice.  To apply for a non-theatre position, please fax this application and/or your resume to 480.443.0950 or email showbizjobs@harkins.com :

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Join the Harkins team and enjoy...
•FREE Movies
•Flexible Hours
•Fun Work Environment
•Incentive Programs
•Advancement Opportunities
•401(k)profit sharing

Additional benefits for management, PlayCenter and corporate positions.


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