Draftsperson - Scenic

Date Posted: Aug 13, 2019
Start Date: Aug 19, 2019

Salary Range: 40K - 60K
Additional Salary Information: Position is hourly wage - not salaried
Province: Ontario
Region: Halton Region
City: Burlington
Employee Benefits: Health
Organization's Field/Discipline: The Arts
Job's focus: Creative & Administrative
Job Type: Contract
Career Level: Intermediate

Organization Description

Great Lakes Scenic Studios

Great Lakes Scenic Studios is a one-stop fabrication shop. We specialize in theatrical sets, retail displays, trade shows, public art pieces and so much more. We've worked with world renown clients and thrive on the adventure each new project takes us on.

Job Description

Currently hiring a Scenic Draftsperson. Must have excellent knowledge and experience in CAD. The position requires mainly the production of shop drawings for custom fabrication, production of as-built drawings, drawing detailing and interpretation of client renderings into shop drawings. We build theatrical scenery, custom lighting, public art, specialty retail fabrication...the list goes on.! Our website will give you a good idea of what we do.
The 'ideal' person we are looking for will have experience in producing drawings for fabrication of some or all of these categories -
  • millwork
  • custom furniture
  • retail displays
  • theatre or film
  • custom lighting





  • Excellent knowledge and experience in Autocadd required. 
  • Knowledge of fabrication methods using wood, metal and various other materials
  • Able to work in a fast paced environment sometimes under pressure
  • Enjoys collaborative work

How to Apply:

Kindly forward your resume to Sonya Maheux - sm@greatlakesscenic.com


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