A Box Office Manager works under the direction of the Ticket Sales Manager and is responsible for overseeing the sale of all tickets and also being responsible for transactions and ensuring the security of money exchanged.
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You may need some form of formal qualification. This does not need to be at degree level but some kind of formal qualification to show you have a good knowledge of the entertainment business and event management. Some kind of business administration or accounting is essential for this role. Search through our training opportunities here.
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You can begin your career as a box office staff member as this is a standard requirement to be a Box Office Manager. Many of those who work in the box office often began as Front of House Staff or Ushers. Read our blogs 'What do Front of House Staff do?' and 'What does an Usher do?' During your application of a Box Office Manager, the employer will conduct a thorough background check. Read our blog 'How to tackle nerves and anxiety before an interview or audition.'
The average salary of a Box Office Manager is roughly £21K
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Published: 12 August 2019