Employment

Employment Opportunities

IF YOU -

  • 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 Resources and Volunteers Manager at resumes@stratfordfestival.ca.

 
Current Openings

Assistant Designer

 As an Assistant Designer you will be an integral part of the Design team, responsible for assisting the Designer with the visual and creative aspects of the production. You will liaise and communicate the Designers wishes to a variety of departments to ensure the completion of the final product. You may be required to work as either a costume or set/prop assistant, or in many cases both. more...

Group & School Sales Officer (Maternity contract)

 Reporting to the Group & School Sales Manager, your role will be to participate and assist in the sale and promotion of the Stratford Festival to Group and School travel leaders. You will assist in achieving sales targets by providing marketing support; implementing sales and retention strategies for each segment; supporting group leaders in selling their trips; tracking sales and receivables; and facilitating marketing events. You will act as interdepartmental liaison with Group & School box office representatives and with the Education team. more...

Production Assistants

 Reporting to the Production Stage Manager, you will provide organizational and administration support to the stage management office. This position will appeal to someone with a strong desire for a career as an Equity Stage Manager. Strong organizational and exceptional interpersonal and communication skills are essential. Formal training in theatre production together with stage management experience is necessary. Past experiences should reflect a strong interest in the arts. Proficiency in Word and Excel and the ability to quickly learn the theatre’s own scheduling program are required. These are seasonal positions, contracted for between three and eight months, depending upon which stage management office the production assistant supports. more...