This is a Permanent, Full-time position.Category: Production
==> Manager level position working under the Production & Technical Director
==> Approx. 40 hours per week with some required evening & weekend work and with the possibility of a flexible daily work schedule.
==> Intended start date of June 26, 2017.
==> This position may have the possibility of accommodating the successful candidate’s outside projects.
==> 3 weeks of paid vacation + time off at Christmas + benefits + employer matched* RSP contribution (*after the first full year) and complimentary tickets for all performances.
==> This position does not qualify for overtime, although every effort is made to balance time exceeding 40 hours a week into time-in-lieu.
==> Working with the manager-level department heads: Head of Wardrobe, Head of Props, the Head of Scenic Carpentry and working collaboratively with all other departments.
==> This position is based out of EO’s Production Facility but works extensively offsite for productions, events and sourcing of materials.
==> Assist with mainstage / second stage productions & large events.
o Co-ordinate costumes, make-up, wigs&hair, and supertitle departments.
o Assist stage management as required
o Assist in the creation of season budgets
o Assist in the sourcing of materials required for set / costume builds
o Accurate budget tracking
o Administrative paperwork (crew expenses)
o Managing crew payroll
o Contracting rentals, designers, facility users and casual crew
o Researching materials and work practices
o Welcome packages for crew and designers
==> Assist in facility management.
==> Assist in the planning, set-up and operation of special events and audience outreach activities
==> Departmental invoicing
==> Supervision of production assistant and other casual staff
==> Co-chair the facility health & safety committee
==> Diploma or Degree in a technical theatre program from a post-secondary institution.
==> Three – five years in a similar position with a theatre / opera company.
==> Computer skills, including proficiency in Outlook, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and working with both Windows and Apple operating systems.
o QuickBooks accounting software is an asset but not required.
o ADP payroll software experience is an asset but not required.
==> Class 5 driver’s license. It is strongly suggested this person have a vehicle. EO will reimburse for kilometers as per the Employee Vehicle Usage policy.
==> Deadline-oriented, able to prioritize tasks, with flexibility to adjust timelines as needed.
==> Knowledge, adherence and ability to enforce of safe working practices.
==> Motivated — able to see a task that requires attention and completes such tasks without hesitation.
==> Ability to remain positive, upbeat, professional and with a calm demeanor at all times.
==> Leadership skills with the ability to direct small crews to complete tasks.
==> A demonstrated willingness to promote a team atmosphere of respect and mutual co-operation with the other employees of EOA.
==> Travel maybe required – a valid passport may be required.
==> Experience working with unionized crews.
Applications must include three references.
Applications that do not include references will be considered incomplete and disqualified.
Fax to: 780-429-0600 ATTN: Clayton Rodney (please include a cover page)
For further information on this opportunity please contact Clayton Rodney, 780-938-9243
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