Artistic and Operations Coordinator

Date Posted: Nov 25, 2021
Application Deadline: Dec 09, 2021
Start Date: Jan 03, 2022

Hourly From: $15/hr To $20/hr
Province: Manitoba
City: Winnipeg
Employee Benefits: Other (e.g. flex time, comp tickets, etc.)
Check Additional Info section for more Employee Benefits
Organization's Field/Discipline: The Arts
Job's focus: Administrative
Job Type: Part-time
Career Level: Intermediate

Organization Description

Prairie Theatre Exchange

Our Mission

Theatre is essential to the health and growth of communities, offering insight into the human spirit. Theatre informs, educates, entertains, challenges, shocks, questions, and illuminates. Prairie Theatre Exchange (PTE) was born with these ideals in 1972, and has become a centre of excellence for contemporary theatre and drama education.

While nationally recognized, PTE is deeply rooted in community and has touched hundreds of thousands of lives in Winnipeg and throughout Manitoba. Manitobans trust PTE to ensure that full voice is given to the finest artistic talent our region and our country have to offer.

The mission of Prairie Theatre Exchange is:

  • To operate a professional theatre of high calibre for the cultural enrichment of the community;
  • To support the development of theatre artists and new plays;
  • To foster theatre arts-related endeavours of others
  • To encourage appreciation of theatre
  • To provide accessible, high quality, innovative educational opportunities

Our Vision

VITAL, RELEVANT, AND RESPONSIVE: 
THE INNOVATIVE THEATRE OF PRAIRIE THEATRE EXCHANGE

PTE actively looks for new ways to continue to be a centre for innovation in theatre practice:  a home for interdisciplinary and diverse works that offer Winnipeg audiences something they cannot experience anywhere else.

We strive to be a home for artists from the Prairies and beyond and a theatre that entertains, challenges and provokes our audiences, inspiring their understanding of what theatre is and what it can be.

We work to become a leader in professional development for Winnipeg and Prairie artists through masterclasses and workshops.

In all these ways, we are a contemporary theatre company of the 21st century that reflects the ever-evolving communities we serve with artistry, confidence andheart.

Our Values and Guiding Principles 

As we move boldly towards our 50th anniversary, we are asking questions about how we can best realize our name Prairie Theatre Exchange. We are also asking questions about what it means to be a regional theatre, a theatre by and for the artists and audiences of our region. This will entail more opportunity for artistic growth, diversity of voice, content and form, in addition to PTE being a centre for artistic and cultural exchange.

To focus our planning, we are embracing four philosophical pillars for the company:

  1. Artistic Excellence and Innovation
  2. Regional Relevance
  3. Diversity
  4. Equity

As we program our seasons to meet these pillars, we are striving for increased diversity in the voices/playwrights on our stages to more accurately represent our community. We define diversity to be inclusive of culture, race, sexuality, ability, language, and gender.

In striving to realize these pillars, we recognize that transparency, accountability, and integrity are required in every aspect of our organization.



Job Description

THE POSITION
Reporting to the Artistic Director and Managing Director, the Artistic and Operations Coordinator is a key player in ensuring timely and accurate function of day-to-day programming and administrative activities. The Artistic and Operations Coordinator will also be responsible for coordinating all rentals/residencies and seeking rental opportunities.
 
TERM
January 3 – June 5, 2022
22 Weeks
30 hours per week
$18 per hour + vacation pay
 
 
DUTIES
  • Support and assist the Artistic Director and Managing Director on any programming and/or administration activity, as directed
  • Coordinate and oversee all rental inquiries and seek out rental opportunities
  • Work with the Accountant on the accurate and timely execution of artistic payroll and contracting
  • When applicable, coordinate all aspects of travel and accommodations for out-of-town artists
  • Coordinate and facilitate General Auditions


Requirements:

REQUIREMENTS
The successful candidate is required to have the following knowledge and skills:
  • Experience working in arts administration or a similar environment
  • Experience working in theatre
  • Excellent planning, organizational, and strict time-management skills
  • Self-motivated and demonstrates active initiation of tasks and projects
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Comfortable meeting and interacting with new people
  • Working knowledge of CTA, PGC, ADC, IATSE


How to Apply:

HOW TO APPLY
Prairie Theatre Exchange is committed to reflecting the diversity of our community and our country. As an equal opportunity employer, we encourage submissions from individuals of all genders, cultures, ethnicities, gender identities, sexual orientations, and abilities who possess the skills listed above.
 
Prairie Theatre Exchange is committed to providing accommodations for persons with disabilities in all parts of the hiring process.
 
Email, phone, voice memo, and in-person applications are all acceptable. If you wish to apply in any other way, please email or call us and we will make arrangements for you to do so.
 
Applicants are asked to submit a resume and cover letter.
 
Email applications may be directed to: adminasst@pte.mb.ca
Include in subject line “Artistic and Operations Coordinator”.
 
Phone applications can go to 204.925.5251
 
Prairie Theatre Exchange thanks all candidates for their interest, however we will only contact those selected for interviews.
 
APPLICATION DEADLINE
Thursday, December 9, 11:00 PM

 

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