Facebook Twitter
shopping cart English | Français MENU
Connecting the Canadian 
Live Performance Community

Job Board/Babillard d'emplois > Wardrobe Head - University of Toronto Mississauga

Wardrobe Head - University of Toronto Mississauga

This is a Permanent, Full-time position.

Category: Production
Province: Mississauga, Ontario
Position: Wardrobe Head
Deadline: July 24, 2016
Posted: July 14, 2016

Job Description / Duties

Under the general supervision of the Manager of Theatre Operations, the Head of Wardrobe organizes the efficient day-to-day operation of wardrobe activity for Theatre Erindale and creates the concept and design of all aspects of costumes for curricular productions. Duties include designing and executing all costumes for Theatre Erindale productions; purchasing for Theatre Erindale productions; building costumes on site when necessary; managing wardrobe facilities and wardrobe-related equipment; sourcing and acquiring costumes and materials from various vendors across Ontario; altering and accessorizing costumes as appropriate; overseeing student crew members working in the wardrobe area; supervising students assigned to wardrobe crews and providing feedback on their performance to faculty. Providing preliminary costume budgets for productions; making all costume purchases and rentals for productions; overseeing equipment maintenance and purchases; preserving safe and clean costume facilities.

Qualifications / Required Skills

Education:

Minimum of an advanced three (3) year College Diploma in Theatre Production with a focus on Wardrobe and Costume Design

Experience:

Minimum of Five years of experience in Wardrobe and Costume Design for theatre and film, including a minimum four years as a wardrobe supervisor. Demonstrated success in supervising post-secondary students. Demonstrated knowledge and experience as a highly accomplished designer, seamster, and cutter. Previous experience managing costume budgets.

Skills:

Strong negotiation skills that encourage a non-confrontational approach to problem solving. Scheduling, estimating, budget-tracking and time management skills. Ability to use various computer applications including proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office. A driver’s license and access to a vehicle are essential. First Aid, WHMIS, CPR and other safety training is an asset.

Additional Information

Effective oral, written and digital communication and presentation skills. Knowledge of performance protocols; ability to work with diverse groups of people is essential; tact and diplomacy; attention to detail; interpersonal skills.

Notes: This is a two year term position, with the possibility of renewal. This term will be required to work the following sessions: August 2016 - April 2017 and August 2017 - April 2018.

Employee Group: United Steelworkers (USW)

Appointment Type: Budget - Sessional

Salary: $60,687 annual, this position is 9 months

Contact Information

https://utoronto.taleo.net/careersection/10000/jobdetail.ftl?job=1600929

Employer Profile

Theatre and Drama Studies Program, Department of English and Drama
A joint University of Toronto and Sheridan College program

Expo Scene 2019 CITT connects the Canadian Live Performance Community.Join today & start networking with your peers

Contributing Members

Facebook Twitter
404-4529 rue Clark St. Montréal, Québec Canada H2T 2T3
Telephone: 514 504-9998 Toll free (Canada): 1 888 271-3383 Fax: 514 504-9997