CAREER OPPORTUNITIES2019-04-17T15:54:42+00:00

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES @ STC

Since 1971, STC has been a vital cultural entity in the community, presenting audiences with the chance to experience award-winning productions that are emotionally powerful, socially conscious, consummately entertaining, and often uniquely reflective of our great northern lifestyle. STC is the only English-language professional theatre between Sudbury and Thunder Bay.

SUDBURY THEATRE CENTRE IS LOOKING FOR A COMMUNICATIONS INTERN

Sudbury Theatre Centre has an opportunity for a post-secondary graduate to fill an internship position. This must be your first position since graduating. Ideally, the successful candidate is a graduate of Communications, Business Marketing and/or Development programs. An interest in the arts is an asset.

The intern will assist the Artistic Director in the creation and implementation of the Theatre’s marketing and communications plan for the 2019/2020 season; to increase earned revenue, raise STC’s public profile and assist with the ongoing activities of the department.

Start Date: May/June 2019

Based on a 40-hour work week at an hourly rate of $14.50/hr for a period of one year.

Job Description

The duties and responsibilities the intern will undertake during the placement are:

Marketing Campaign

  • Together with the Artistic Director develop the overall marketing campaign for the 2019/2020 season;
  • Provide support to the Artistic Director in the interpretation of the marketing campaign, including the creation and distribution of materials for print, radio, web and social media;
  • Implement any marketing for special events and/or promotions;
  • Maintain media contact lists;
  • Distribution of promotional materials including posters, rack cards, etc.;
  • Audience development;
  • Develop and implement marketing plans to stimulate group bookings, including target marketing for specific productions;
  • Distribute outreach tickets;
  • Develop and maintain a database for Audience Development Groups and special events;
  • Assist in the creation of group promotional material for print, radio, web, social media;
  • Report on group outreach and group bookings;
  • Create content and distribute E-Blast messaging for STC Insider and third-party rentals;
  • Other duties as assigned.

Special Events Marketing

  • Develop creative ideas for special events and special promotions;
  • In consultation with the Artistic Director, develop timelines and budgets for special marketing events and promotions;
  • Implement plans ensuring expense records are maintained and timelines are met;
  • Liaise with the appropriate volunteers, ensuring they have the required staff support;
  • Assist in the development of volunteer job descriptions for events;
  • Ensure that all printed material related to special events are produced and within the standards of the organization;
  • Other duties as assigned.

Deadline: April 30, 2019. Please submit your resume to John McHenry, Artistic Director, via email to director@sudburytheatre.ca with Communications Intern in the subject line.

SUDBURY THEATRE CENTRE IS LOOKING FOR A HOSPITALITY INTERN

Sudbury Theatre Centre has an opportunity for a post-secondary graduate to fill an internship position. This must be your first position since graduating. Ideally, the successful candidate is a graduate of a Hospitality/Food Services program. A valid driver’s license and an interest in the arts are both assets.

The intern will assist the Director of Audience Services in the Implementation and execution of the Theatre’s bar and concessions in order to streamline the operation, manage resources and bar staff/volunteers, creating a safe and fun environment for staff and patrons.

Start Date: May/June 2019

Based on a 40-hour work week at an hourly rate of $14.50/hr for a period of one year.

Job Description

The duties and responsibilities the Intern will undertake during the placement are:

Responsibilities:

  • Manage the business aspects of the bar, ordering and maintaining stock, taking inventory, and setting goals;
  • Training staff/volunteers to provide excellent service to patrons;
  • Setting and enforcing quality and safety controls;
  • Working with diverse personalities both on the staff and patrons;
  • Planning and taking part in promotional events;
  • Maintaining a fun, safe atmosphere for patrons;
  • Ensure cleanliness of the bar area;
  • Front of House management;
  • Other duties as assigned.

Requirements:

  • Smart Serve Certification;
  • Interest in event planning and promotions;
  • Understanding of business management and event planning;
  • Excellent computer, problem-solving, and customer service skills;
  • Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills;
  • Ability to diffuse tense situations and resolve conflicts;
  • Willingness to work during peak hours, including nights, weekends and holidays;
  • Ability to walk, stand and occasionally carry heavy items in a fast-paced, stressful environment.

Deadline: April 30, 2019. Please submit your resume to Dennis Cropper, Director of Audience Services, via email to dcropper@sudburytheatre.ca with Hospitality Intern in the subject line.

STC IS CURRENTLY SEEKING APPLICATIONS FROM SUDBURIANS WISHING TO BECOME MEMBERS OF ITS BOARD OF GOVERNORS

SUMMARY                       

Appointments are for three-year terms with potential renewal for two additional years. The Board is responsible for the overall supervision of the STC. This role includes approving STC’s policies, budgets, projects, final recommendations and reports. STC will consider the following factors in selecting STC Governors:

  • demonstrated interest in theatre, capacity to operate effectively as a member of a volunteer board, willingness to work and make adequate time for effective contributions;
  • ability to influence financial support for the theatre;
  • technical or professional skills, including those in theatre or the arts, and/or background and experience in the direction or management of similar institutions;
  • preference that the Board be drawn principally from individuals residing and/or working in the geographical area served by STC;
  • ensuring the Board reflects Ontario’s diversity, including indigenous and francophone representation;
  • ensuring the Board includes a wide vocational range.

Please click the APPLY NOW button to submit a letter of intent and resume by email detailing why you believe you are an ideal candidate for this role and how you fulfil each of the requirements as detailed in the position description.

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS

Monday 27 November 2017. STC is not responding to inquiries for this position and only those selected for an interview will be contacted. STC thanks all applicants in advance.


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