This is a Temporary, Full-time position.Category: Production
In this excellent temporary opportunity, the Production Coordinator coordinates production aspects of the Department of Theatre presentations and unmounted shows. Activities associated with the coordination include but are not limited to providing specialized logistical and creative support to Theatre courses, faculty members, undergraduate students and graduates students in the Department of Theatre.
College diploma with specialization in Theatre Production. BFA in Theatre Production would be considered an asset.
2 years related experience in professional live performance production.
DEMONSTRATED SKILLS INCLUDING:
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