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.
Harkins Theatres is currently recruiting for the following positions:
Marketing Field Coordinator
IT Field Technician Manager
Construction Assistant Manager
Facility Technician Coordinator
Assistant Engineering Technician
Senior IT Programmer
Human Resources Coordinator
Data and Report Analyst
Senior Engineering Technician
PlayCenter Assistant Manager
PlayCenter Team Member
The Senior Accountant will prepare and maintain financial business transaction, which includes work that is analytical, evaluative and advisory in nature. This person will be responsible for various general ledger duties, including all fixed assets and bank reconciliations.
Position Requirements: Bachelors degree or higher in accounting and 2-4 years of public accounting experience and CPA certification (or in process); Microsoft Excel, Word, Outlook, Great Plains software and Internet browsing; proficiency with 10-key by touch; has analytical skills and the ability to apply accounting principles; able to work independently; able to read/write in English.
The Marketing Field Coordinator will provide marketing support for in-theatre advertising and company events; procure work orders for the creation of Harkins branded marketing collateral; assist with planning and working marketing project events; work with third-parties on proposed events and promotions; assist in the distribution of marketing materials and instructions to theatres; manage schedule and events for company mascots; act as Harkins historian, responsible for archiving, filing and maintaining all artifacts.
Position Requirements: High school diploma or GED and a strong interest in Marketing. Bachelor’s degree preferred; theatre experience preferred; Microsoft Office and Internet browsing; excellent guest service skills; able to multi-task with frequent interruptions; able to lift 30+ pound boxes from the floor/shelf.
Harkins Theatres seeks an IT Field Support Manager to join our corporate team who will supervise and direct the IT Field Technicians in their daily efforts; respond to, troubleshoot and resolve IT helpdesk tickets and assist other team members in issue resolution; develop and maintain vendor relationships and work with vendors to support theatre systems; track and manage theatre hardware inventory and software licensing; work with the Harkins Network Administrator and third party vendor in developing and managing the LAN and WAN; assist the Harkins Training Manager in developing and implementing programs for end-users as systems and policies change; develop documentation for projects, systems and processes; provide leadership to the IT Field Technicians and assist in their skills development; assist the IT Director in research and development of new and enhanced theatre systems.
Position Requirements: High school diploma or equivalent; 3 years computer hardware and/or software support with an understanding of WAN and LAN systems; Microsoft Access, Excel, Outlook, Word and Internet browsing. PowerPoint and Project preferred; supervisory/training/mentoring experience; physical activity including lifting, pushing and crawling; able to read/write English; organized and detail oriented.
Harkins Theatres seeks a talented Director of Construction that will have regular attendance and physical presence at the work site with up to 40% travel; oversee all aspects of construction projects (facility improvements, new construction and remodels) from planning to completion including coordinating efforts between theatre management, facilities, executives and contracted vendors; monitor and coordinate work performed by architectural, engineering, professional consultants, general contractors, and company contracted vendors to ensure company standards are met; represent the company in business dealings with architects, consultants, contractors, developers, and various public agencies; review contracts for issuance, bids to ensure accuracy with scope of work, change orders, project financials and approves contractor and architectural invoices for payment; review and approve all department expenses and timesheets, as well as all company construction related purchase orders and invoices; has the ability to perform site inspections and/or approve installations; communicate effectively in writing and verbally to all levels of management and external contacts with varying professional disciplines; responsible for administrative reports and miscellaneous projects.
Position Requirements: Bachelor's degree in construction management, architecture, engineering, or 10+ years experience in commercial building projects. Architectural experience a plus; supervisory/training/mentoring experience; highly developed knowledge of construction management including site work, structural, mechanical and architectural considerations, electrical distribution and other utilities, landscaping and paving; knowledge of contract documents, specifications and interpreting blueprints and schematics; Microsoft Project, Excel, Word, Outlook and Internet browsing; able to read/write English. Bilingual Spanish a plus.
Harkins Theatres seeks a dynamic Assistant Construction Manager that will assist with monitoring and coordinating work performed by architectural, engineering, professional consultants, and general contractors; assist with project management procurement, request for proposal (RFP) development, and construction tenant improvement projects; assist with inspections and project completion approval for the company ensuring conformance with company standards; work with theatre management to determine items for improvement; represent the company in business with consultants, contractors, developers, and various public agencies; communicate effectively in writing and verbally to various internal and external groups; travel up to 40%.
Position Requirements: Bachelor's degree in construction management, architecture, or engineering; minimum 2 years experience in various commercial building types; knowledge of the operating practices of construction, tenant improvements, architectural, and building firms; knowledge of contract documents and specifications; project management skills including RFP and procurement; ability to deal with many projects in various stages of negotiation, design, construction, and post-construction; Microsoft Project, Excel, Word, Outlook and Internet browsing.
Harkins Theatres seeks an Administrative Assistant to provide administrative support to the Director of Human Resources, as well as other HR managers, with an emphasis on recruiting initiatives; provide administrative support including faxing, coping, filing, dictation, organizing, scanning, compiling reports and spreadsheets, creating travel arrangements, answering phones, reconciling invoices, mileage reimbursements and credit card statements, etc.; assist the director with personal calendar, including scheduling and updating meetings and other activities; communicate effectively in writing and verbally to all levels of the organization including guests and personal contacts; maintain confidentiality, professionalism and diplomacy when communicating and interacting with others; assist with posting job openings, scheduling candidate interviews, and follow up correspondence; administer the corporate massage, parking program and corporate trip reduction programs; receive bi-weekly payroll, verify reports, and distribute corporate paychecks. Receive and process returned/unclaimed paychecks; organize, update, and file department’s forms, notes and archival data.
Position Requirements: High school diploma or GED and 2+ years of administrative assistance experience; HR/recruiting experience a plus; Microsoft Excel, Outlook, Word, Publisher, Project and Internet browsing. PowerPoint and Access preferred; guest relations skills a must; excellent written and verbal communication skills; able to lift up to 50 pounds from the floor; able to read/write English.
Harkins Theatres seeks a Facility Technician Coordinator in Southlake, TX. The Facility Technician Coordinator performs on-site repair and maintenance of the theatre facility and light equipment; repairs such as popcorn poppers, butter machines, other concession items, auditorium seating, restroom, lighting, minor electrical, basic plumbing, tile repairs, etc.; changes HVAC filters and clean HVAC coils; safety repairs for potentially hazardous conditions; conducts monthly roof inspections; coordinates storage of theatre supplies/equipment shipments (i.e. concession products, paper goods, etc.); must carry a company cell phone and be available evenings and weekends for emergencies; must have current auto insurance at all times as well as valid driver’s license.
Position Requirements: High school diploma or GED and 2+ years of experience in electrical, mechanical, plumbing, carpentry, welding, etc.; experience with Microsoft Excel, Outlook and Word; reads and interprets blueprints, manuals and schematics; able to accomplish assigned tasks with minimal supervision; able to lift 75 pounds; flexible to work variable schedules; reliable work vehicle for business errands; lock out- tag out procedures.
The Film Coordinator will work 24 hours per week and assist the film department with bookings, film rent and other film related reporting and projects. The person who fills the position must be available to work Monday’s from 7am - 4pm and Wednesday’s and Thursday’s from 8am- 5pm; data entry of booking details into film programming software; researche film specifics (run time, etc.)via multiple sources and enter details into film programming software; update and maintain film rent terms in film programming software and process film rent for all theatres; work with Accounting to ensure that film rent invoices are accurate; review, report and follow up on Virtual Print Fees (VPF).
Position Requirements: High school diploma or GED and 1+ years experience in motion picture distribution and/or film booking; Microsoft Excel, Word, Outlook and Internet browsing; 10-key; excellent data entry skills.
The Assistant Engineering Technician will provide basic technical support for all projection and sounds systems at specific theatre locations; perform light maintenance on the projection and sound booth; record regular work, mileage and expense reports utilizing a computer-based program; assist in the running of wires, assembly and installation of equipment associated with new theatre construction; must have current auto insurance and valid driver’s license at all times.
Position Requirements: High school diploma or GED and 1+ years mechanical/electrical experience; able to lift 75 pounds; physical activity including lifting, pushing and crawling; flexible tow ork variable schedules; experience with lock out-tag out procedures; reliable work vehicle and willingness to travel; knowledge of Microsoft Excel, Word, Outlook and internet browsing.
The Human Resources Coordinator responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following: review, verify and processes all employee new hire, termination, raise requests and other changes, and follows up with theatres if information is missing; I-9 form administration and E-verify work authorization administration and record retention; receive and submit employee injuries to the insurance carrier, input injury data, and follow up with theatres/employees/carrier as required; receive and verify employee incentive orders and enters data on spreadsheet; complete employment verifications and answer questions from former employees; maintain integrity of all employee record retention.
Position Requirements: High school diploma or GED and 1+ year experience in human resources; Bachelor’s degree preferred; Microsoft Excel, Word, Outlook, Access and Internet browsing; Publisher and ADP Payforce and BlueCube experience a plus; guest services experience preferred; data entry skills.
The facilities technicians will be responsible for maintaining light equipment at assigned theatre locations; have an emphasis on electrical work; perform on-site repair and maintenance of theatre facilities; repairs such as 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.; update Help Desk tickets as necessary; record regular work, mileage and expense reports utilizing a computer-based program; communicate effectively in writing and orally; must carry a company cell phone and be available evenings and weekends for emergencies; must have current auto insurance at all times as well as valid drivers license.
Position Requirements: High school diploma or GED and 2+ years of experience in electrical, mechanical, plumbing, carpentry, welding, etc.; demonstrate problem solving abilities and awareness of surrounding issues; Microsoft Excel, Outlook and Word; read and interpret blueprints, manuals and schematics; able to accomplish assigned tasks with minimal supervision; able to lift 75 pounds; flexible to work variable schedules; reliable work vehicle and willingness to travel; lock out- tag out procedures.
The analyst will be responsible for conducting research, monitoring business and industry trends, maintaining essential reports and providing statistical analysis.
A strong candidate will analyze data and provide summaries of key findings and trends; evaluate real estate trade areas and demographics to support company growth plan; monitor business trends and create forecasting and budgeting model; validate new and existing reports to ensure continued accuracy and relevance; identify and define report automation opportunities; maintain and update sales data, usage and product cost reports.
Position Requirements: College Degree in Business, Math, Finance, or Accounting or 3 years of equitable experience; superior Excel skills; strong statistics skills a plus; ability to validate, analyze, and document complex business processes/reports; strong quantitative and analytic skills.
Full time positions now available in Arizona at Chandler Fashion, and Queen Creek. 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.
Positions now available in Arizona at our San Tan Village, Norterra, Chandler Fashion, Gateway Pavilions and Queen Creek locations; in Texas at our SouthLake location; in Oklahoma at our Bricktown location. 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; and be 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 busy times, which are evenings, weekends and holidays.
Position now available in Arizona at our Gateway/Arrowhead/Parkwest, Scottsdale 101/Norterra, San Tan/Springs, Chandler Fashion, Tempe Marketplace and Tucson locations; in California at our Chino Hills and Moreno Valley locations and in Texas at our Southlake location. 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.
Position now available in Arizona at our Christown and Gateway Pavilions locations, in Colorado at our Northfield location, and in California at our Chino Hills location. 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.
Positions now available at our locations in Arizona, Colorado, Texas, California and Oklahoma. 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.