The Los Gatos Theatre is seeking to hire enthusiastic and motivated theatre crew members!
This is an entry level position that encompass all areas of the operations of the theatre from being an usher and taking tickets, to working the concessions and cash register to ensuring the theatre and facilities are kept in the utmost clean as well as safe condition.
As an employee of the Los Gatos Theatre, customer satisfaction and experience will be your number one priority. From the moment a guest walks into the lobby, the appropriate greeting and acknowledgment will be their first impression. We will be looking for those potential hires that exuberate a friendly, polite and professional presence that will reflect the type of customer service we expect as part of this team.
To be an effective LGT staff member, we also will be looking for those individuals that can demonstrate excellent communication and cooperation skills that are necessary to be part of a cohesive and efficient group. We will expect all employees to be hard working, have the ability to take direction and reflect a positive customer service attitude for all those they interact with. We also secretly hope you share a passion for the movies and all the other community benefits that this organization will be bringing to the town of Los Gatos.
If this sounds like you and you are as fired up as we are to be part of this team, please complete the following application and turn it in to the Los Gatos Theater.
The Los Gatos Theatre has been a fixture in our town since 1915, the dawn of the age of motion picture exhibition. Opening as the Strand Theater, it was remodeled after a 1929 fire. The remodel included a new Art Deco look, complete with marquee and murals. It became the Los Gatos Theater in the 1940s, and then in the late 80s the original “single” was turned into a “twin” with a modest interior renovation, at which time Camera Cinemas was brought in to operate the facility.
Our vision for the theater involved a complete renovation to reinvigorate the tired old gem. As of our Grand Reopening on May 2, 2014, the theater now features a “new-old” design reminiscent of the original theater’s Art Deco trappings combined with modern conveniences and state-of-the art digital facilities.