current opportunities

ASSOCIATE PRODUCER

Fee: $20 per hour

Full TIme: 35 hours per week, June 20 - August 12, with possibility to extend. 

 

The Associate Producer will work with the Artistic Director to assist with project management for our upcoming 2022 Edinburgh Fringe season and our ongoing new work creation. 

 

Responsibilities include: 

-Outreach to theatres, presenters, and programmers

-Helping implement our accessible ticketing campaign

-Outreach to 2SLGBTQIA+ organizations and networks

-Facilitating our accessible performances including BSL, captioned and relaxed performances.

-Tour planning for the 2022/23 season and beyond

-Working with community partners 

-Assist in seeking new fundraising, sponsorship and funding streams/partners

 

Qualifications & Skills:

-Experience working in theatre, performing arts and/or non-profit sectors

-Experience with fundraising, grant writing for non-profit and/or arts organizations 

-Experience working with 2LSGBTQIA+, BIPOC, Newcomer, Immigrant & Refugee and/or disability communities and organizations

-Passion for and familiarity with queer community and culture 

-Excellent verbal and written communication skills

-Ability to work independently and part of a team

-Interest in independent theatre producing 

-Organizational or producing experiencing is an asset 

-Strong research skills

SOCIAL MEDIA & MARKETING COORDINATOR

Fee: $20 per hour

Full TIme: 35 hours per week, July 4 - August 26, with possibility to extend.

 

The Marketing and Social Media Coordinator will work with the Artistic Director and Associate Producer to develop and manage a social media and marketing campaign for our upcoming 2022 summer tour. 

 

Responsibilities include:

-Developing a social media campaign, schedule and strategy for the company and our tour

-Designing and creating original content for social media and marketing including stories, reels, posts, etc). 

-Creating social media ad campaigns across Facebook, Instagram, Twitter & TikTok 

-Creating email-direct marketing campaigns 

-Assist with the management of social media accounts, including responding to/engaging with customers/audience

-Assist with duties related to the company website, including updating information, uploading content, data entry, etc.

-Assist with other marketing-specific administrative tasks as required, such as maintenance and organization of marketing materials, assisting in coordinating printed promotional material, etc.

-Coordinating ticket giveaways and promotions to increase subscribers

-Outreach to businesses, organizations, artists and theatre companies in the UK & around Edinburgh for collaborations, promotions, and opportunities

 

Qualifications & Skills:

-Experience creating social media/marketing campaigns for theatre, performing arts and/or non-profit sectors 

-Ability to create content for a variety of voices and audiences 

-Familiarity with the Edinburgh Fringe or other large performing arts festivals 

-Experience creating original content including text, photos, videos and animations

-Canva or Photoshop experience is an asset 

-Experience with Facebook Ads is a must

-Passion for and familiarity with queer community and culture 

-Excellent verbal and written communication skills

-Ability to work independently and part of a team

-Interest in independent theatre producing and/or festival touring

-Producing and promotional experiencing is an asset 

-Strong research skills

-Experience working with 2LSGBTQIA+, BIPOC, Newcomer, Immigrant & Refugee and/or disability communities and organizations is an asset 

ABOUT THE COMPANY

Scantily Glad Theatre  is a queer theatre company from Treaty 6 Territory (Saskatoon). Founded in 2014, we strive to make work that empowers 2SLGBTQIA+ folks by telling stories often overlooked by mainstream theatre.

 

Our shows: “Something in the Water”, “SCUM: a manifesto”, “Pack Animals”, “Girl in the Box” and “Creepy Boys” have toured around the world to critical success, awards and sold out audiences. Through a combination of festivals, professional productions and tours, Scantily Glad Theatre has become a new and exciting voice of queer theatre in Canada.


 

ELIGIBILITY: 

This is a remote position, so candidates from across Canada are encouraged to apply. 

 

Note: This job will require internet access and a computer. Scantily Glad Theatre is dedicated to ensuring this position is accessible to all candidates, so if you do not have the above, please reach out and let us know so that we may seek appropriate accommodation.

Both positions are funded through the Canada Summer Jobs program.

In order to be eligible for this position, applicants MUST: 

  • Be between 18 and 30 years of age at the start of employment; 

  • Be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or person to whom refugee protection has been conferred under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act; and, 

  • Be legally entitled to work in Canada in accordance with the relevant provincial or territorial legislation and regulations. 

You do NOT have to be a student to apply.

 

We encourage applications from equity-seeking groups, including those who identify as Indigenous, Black, People of Colour, Transgender, Nonbinary, Queer, Disabled and intersections of those identities.

TO APPLY: 

 

Please submit a CV and Cover Letter detailing your interest and experience to: 
scantilygladtheatre@gmail.com
 
In the subject line, indicate the position you are applying for. 
 
APPLICATIONS CLOSE JUNE 10 

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