Job ID 27799
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY – PRODUCTION COORDINATOR
Ready to break free from the ordinary and step into an arts world filled with exciting programming and production-savvy opportunities? Here’s an opportunity to turbocharge your career trajectory!
Red Sky Performance seeks a dynamic individual who wants to join a powerhouse team working at the forefront of Indigenous contemporary performance in Canada and beyond. We believe in pushing boundaries and exceeding expectations.
We are seeking a dedicated and enthusiastic Production Coordinator to join us in orchestrating magic behind the scenes. Someone who will be at the heart of all our projects, ensuring every detail is flawlessly executed. Someone who will thrive in a fast-paced environment, have a strong work ethic, enjoy a dynamic work environment, and see their contributions directly shape the company’s success.
Come be part of igniting a movement that will leave a lasting impact!
Responsibilities and Accountabilities
- Coordinate planning and logistics for Red Sky productions, projects, digital platforms, and events;
- Coordinate pre-production and production personnel regarding schedules, budgets, travel, accommodation;
- Manage and coordinate schedules for productions, projects, events and workshops, including regular updating of Red Sky’s shared calendar;
- Monitor budgets and track revenues and expenses in relation to all production activities;
- Coordinate meetings for internal and external stakeholders;
- Assist in the preparation of travel visas, labour market opinions, work permits for cast and crew;
- Coordinate the Executive & Artistic Director’s travel, itineraries, conference registrations and external meetings;
- Contribute to the preparation, writing and budgeting required for written reports and budgets.
As Production Coordinator, you will work in consultation with the Executive & Artistic Director, collaboratively with other team members and artists, and independently to manage the requirements of productions, events, our REDTalk series, and gala performances.
You will be an effective liaison with creative and production personnel and artists, presenters, venues, partners, clients, and other stakeholders for the benefit of the organization.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
- Excellent communication skills, analytical and motivational skills;
- Highly professional interpersonal skills in person, by phone and online;
- Strong organizational skills and demonstrated attention to detail;
- Knowledge of the Indigenous arts community and cultures an asset;
- Ability to interact with multiple and diverse individuals and groups;
- Ability to work independently, and within a team, in a fast-paced environment that requires multi-tasking and ability to think creatively on-the-spot;
- Must show initiative and drive in completing projects and achieving results;
- Solid computer skills, specifically with Word, Excel;
- Related University or College Degree or near completion of degree.
NOTE: Candidates must be eligible for and currently registered with Miziwe Biik Aboriginal Employment and Training. This trainee position is only open to those who self-identify as First Nation, Métis or Inuit and reside within the GTA.
How to Apply
Qualified candidates are invited to submit a detailed resume and cover letter, outlining qualifications, and describing why you are suited to the position.
Application E-mail: General Manager at email@example.com
Application Deadline: SEPTEMBER 5, 2023
Position Start Date: SEPTEMBER 11, 2023
Position End Date: March 31, 2024 (renewable for one year)
Salary: $60K-68K commensurate with experience
Location: Toronto, Ontario
This Employment Opportunity is made possible by: Miziwe Biik Aboriginal Employment and Training and Service Canada