Head Lighting Technician

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Head Lighting Technician

Reporting to the technical manager, the head lighting technician is an integral part of the technical production team at The GRAND. The GRAND technicians work under a collective bargaining agreement with Local 212 of IATSE (International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees). Remuneration includes benefits and RRSP.

Salary: Union contract/hourly w/seasonal work guarantees
Current Hourly Rate: $30

Please see the attached PDF for full job details.

The GRAND is Western Canada’s oldest theatre and has been an integral contributor to Calgary’s theatre and live performance communities for over 100 years. The GRAND is a non-profit organization committed to supporting our local arts community. A vision for the new GRAND has recently been created with its prime goal to be Calgary’s Contemporary Culture House, including artistic works from a variety of disciplines such as theatre, dance, visual, music and storytelling.

The GRAND is currently hiring in a number of important roles, as a key component of this vision is to bring together a team of talented and committed people who are passionate about the arts and who possess the skills and drive necessary to bring this new vision to fruition.

This position works in The GRAND building (608 1st St. SW). Some remote work may be possible.

We have an ideal start date of mid-September.

Ready to Join our Team?

If you’d like to be part of a non-profit organization that is committed to being Calgary’s Contemporary Culture House and fostering an environment where everyone feels welcome and respected, The GRAND is the place for you!

To apply, submit your detailed cover letter and resume in confidence to Graham Frampton by email to info@thegrandyyc.ca.

Please include in the subject line: Head Lighting Technician applications.

Updated Deadline: Apply by Friday, August 27, 2021 at 4:00pm

The GRAND is an equal opportunity employer, dedicated to a policy of non-discrimination in employment on any basis including age, race, ethnicity, indigeneity, gender, gender-identification, or sexual orientation. We encourage and welcome applicants of Indigenous heritage, applicants who identify as racialized, marginalized or disabled, people of colour or diverse cultural backgrounds. We endeavour to provide a culturally safe and supportive environment and have an existing work-place harassment policy with zero tolerance for harassment in all working environments.

Only those selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls please.

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