This is a Temporary, Full-time position.Category: Production
Canada’s Ballet Jörgen is seeking a Stage Manager for its 2018 - 19 Touring Season
for their theatrical events throughout the season with tours in Western Canada, Eastern Canada, and Ontario with one US date.
Position starts late August 2018.
Completion of an accredited post-secondary program in technical theatre specializing in Stage Management or the equivalent combination (5 years or more) of stage management experience and education.
Must have theatrical and/or dance stage management experience, good organizational skills, be efficient, and work well with both professional crews and volunteers.
Must be self-motivated and possess good time management skills both written & verbal.
Work well under pressure.
Have ability to work independently while also being a part of a small team.
Working knowledge of current safety standards.
A valid driver’s license is essential. Duties will also include driving production vehicles.
Must have a valid passport.
Touring experience would be an asset.
Bilingual (French & English) both written and spoken would be an asset.
Position is full time from August 27, 2018 to May 5, 2019.
Please send resume and cover letter to
Close Date: June 14, 2018.
Canada’s Ballet Jörgen will be touring "Coppelia" to western Canada and eastern Canada with a few dates in Ontario and the States, “Nutcracker” in Saskatchewan and Ontario and "Velveteen Rabbit" to eastern Canada.
Salary: Salary: wage in accordance to Canadian Actors Equity Association DOT policy.
Please send resume/CV and cover letter to:
Canada’s Ballet Jörgen builds communities across Canada through the shared experience of professional ballet. Reaching many provinces with many events annually, we ensure communities large and small, urban and rural have access to a ballet experience that is recognized for its innovation, warmth and beauty. Inspiring and connecting with Canadians for over 25 years, Canada’s Ballet Jörgen makes ballet and Canadian choreography a meaningful part of Canadians’ lives through performance, education, and community engagement.