Feed Your Professional Soul.

When you find the place where your talents can truly shine and your work creates impact, it’s a remarkable feeling. That philosophy has shaped the culture at Children’s Theatre of Charlotte over the years. For many, it’s a place where passion and purpose align. Where opportunity seekers, dreamers, crafters, and creators make magic happen every day. Collectively, the wonder within each of us drives our mission to inspire. It’s the heartbeat of Children’s Theatre of Charlotte. Can you hear it?
Whether you’re looking to kickstart or restart your career, whether you love being front-of-house, on stage or behind the scenes, Children’s Theatre of Charlotte has opportunities for full-time, part-time and project-for-hire work.

CTC Employee Benefits (Full-time Regular Employees)

Flextime Open PTO: Discretionary paid time off without a specific cap (separate from CTC's paid time off).  *Employees must meet certain conditions before being granted PTO.
Paid PTO 21 Paid Days Off: 21 days of company-wide and/or department-wide closures as paid time off each year.
Insurance Medical Insurance: A generous health and welfare benefits package that includes a group medical insurance plan (premium cost for dependents is shared by the employee and CTC).
Retirement 403(b) Retirement Plan: CTC's retirement plan is available once the employee has satisfied the plan’s eligibility conditions.
Volunteer time Paid Volunteer Time (8 hours): A full day of volunteering paid for by CTC each year to serve a local nonprofit of the employee's or their department's choice.
Free tickets Free Tickets to CTC shows: Up to 4 complimentary tickets to CTC shows and additional tickets available at a discount (subject to availability).  
Tuition discounts Free/Discounted Tuition: You will receive 100% or 50% tuition waivers (per child) when you enroll your children in CTC classes and camps (based on our tuition benefits policy).

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Transparency in Employee Healthcare Coverage
The link below leads to the machine-readable files that are made available in response to the federal Transparency in Coverage Rule and includes negotiated service rates and out-of-network allowed amounts between health plans and healthcare providers. The machine-readable files are formatted to allow researchers, regulators, and application developers to more easily access and analyze data.