Box Office/Concession Staff
Interested in working at the Bohm Theatre? Please download and complete the employment application. You may mail the completed application to the Bohm Theatre or deliver the application in person.
If you love movies and live performances, and are pleased that Albion’s Historic Bohm Theatre is open for business again, then you should consider volunteering your time to help the theatre. There are little things that you can do, there are big things, and a number of things in between. As a thank you for volunteering with us, volunteers will be allowed to have one free popcorn and pop after their shift has concluded. They will also be allowed to watch a film or attend a live event for free. If you are interested, contact the Assistant Manager of the Bohm Theatre at email@example.com. If you prefer, you may call the office at (517) 343-2112. Interested volunteers may also fill out the contact form listed below and return it to the Assistant Manager.
Equal Employment Opportunity
FOBT is an equal opportunity employer and it abides by all applicable civil rights laws.
No person shall be discriminated against contrary to law because of race, religion, color, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth and related conditions), age, national origin, marital status, veteran status, military or reserve status or application, disability, height, weight, or any other status protected by applicable law. This policy applies to all terms, conditions and privileges of employment including but not limited to hiring, training, placement and employee development, promotion, demotion, transfer, work assignments, compensation, benefits and termination of employment.
Any FOBT employee who believes she or he has been the subject of discrimination is required to contact the Executive Director or, if the employee does not fee comfortable discussing the matter with her/him, then the employee should contact the Chairman of the Board of Directors as soon as possible. An investigation of the complaint will be promptly conducted and, to the extent practical, the investigation will be confidential. Employees are required to cooperate in any such investigation including, if asked, to provide a written statement.
Any employee, supervisor, manager, or independent contractor who has been found, after appropriate investigation by FOBT, to have violated this policy will, in FOBT’s sole discretion, be subject to disciplinary action up to and including discharge.
No employee will be retaliated against for filing a complaint or participating in an investigation, and any employee engaging in such retaliation shall be subject to discipline up to and including discharge. If an employee believes he or she has been retaliated against in violation of this policy, he or she should follow the complaint procedure outlined above.
In certain cases, FOBT may have a duty to accommodate otherwise qualified physically or mentally disabled individuals. Employees who have a need for an accommodations would notify the Executive Director. Under Michigan law only, an applicant or employee who is disabled and needs accommodation must notify the Executive Director, in writing, of the need for accommodation within one hundred eighty-two (182) days after the date she/he knew or should have known of the need for accommodation. An employee’s failure to timely notify FOBT of a need for accommodation may result in the loss of certain legal rights under Michigan law.