Employment Opportunities


  • have a passion for the arts
  • have an enthusiastic, professional attitude
  • are a team player
  • believe quality really does matter
  • are creative and self-motivated
  • can communicate effectively

- we want you!


Please state which position you are interested in. All resumes will be kept for a maximum of three (3) months. Only those we are interested in interviewing will be contacted. All submissions are strictly confidential.

For further questions regarding employment opportunities at the Stratford Festival please contact Nancy Altenburg Human Resource Manager at resumes@stratfordfestival.ca.

Current Openings

House Managers

 The Stratford Festival is in a unique position of posting House Manager Opportunities in each of our four venues for the coming season. These seasonal full-time positions will be contract roles running from April through October, with variations on the commitment determined by the specific venue’s performance calendar.

Reporting to the Manager-Patron Experience, the successful candidates will be outgoing leaders and passionate about delivering an extraordinary patron experience. They will lead a team of seasonal ushers that will collaborate with other patron-facing roles to deliver exceptional front of house customer service.

Education Coordinator

 The Education Department of the Stratford Festival is seeking an energetic, self-motivated and highly organized individual to join our team in the role of Education Coordinator in full time, permanent capacity. Reporting to the Director of Education, you will be responsible for organizing, coordinating and executing education and enrichment programs. You will organize &/or conduct workshops, courses, presentations, conferences and ancillary events relating to the Festival playbill. In addition, the Coordinator will take leadership on developing and executing the digital connection between the Festival and the teachers and students that it serves. Activities in this realm will include researching and writing of copy for Stratford Festival publications and web content. You will be responsible for curating the Education web pages (in collaboration with the Marketing Manager, Digital) and creating digital study guides and resources. You will also be responsible for providing support for marketing initiatives to develop student audiences for the films. The digital initiatives will involve liaising with Archives staff and with digital media coordinators in school boards. more...