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Work with StoryBook!

Apply to join of Canada's largest volunteer-driven theatre for families!

SEE CURRENT OPPORTUNITIES >

Are you an individual who...

  • Loves live performance and has an appreciation of the importance of theatre in society, especially for families

  • Reflects an optimistic and positive attitude with organizational loyalty

  • Ability to work autonomously and in a team with attention to discretion and sensitivity to work involving confidential information.

  • A self-motivational work style that can be resilient under the changing conditions of COVID

  • A genuine commitment to contribute to an internal culture that values people and provides an opportunity for everyone to flourish.

  • The personal stature to inspire the organization, the Board, and the stakeholders by representing the Theatre with integrity.

  • Dedicated to the principles of equal opportunity, cultural diversity, and broadening access to the arts.

  • A pragmatic and effective problem-solver.

 

If so, we want to hear from YOU!  See our current opportunities below, and then, APPLY TODAY using our online application form!

ABOUT STORYBOOK THEATRE

StoryBook Theatre (SBT) is Canada's largest volunteer-driven Theatre for Young Audiences and families. In our almost 45 years of serving Calgary, we have fostered the love and passion for theatre arts in over one million people. Each season we bring together some of the industry's brightest emerging talents both on and off the stage to create incredibly accessible theatre for the whole family. We bring stories to life in a way that encourages children and their families to dream about who they are and may become, to explore the story from different perspectives, to think using inductive reasoning, and to connect to other people and ideas.  StoryBook’s mission celebrates the power of theatre to inspire children and their families to dream, explore, think, and connect through high-calibre, accessible, and diverse family theatre programming.

 

ROLES

CURRENT OPPORTUNITIES

Front of House Team Members >

Load-in/Strike Crew >

Theatre Tech Instructors >

Summer Theatre School >

Instructors, DirectorChoreographer & Musical Director

Summer Teaching Assistants >

Summer SSIP Assistant Stage Managers >

 

Summer Design, Social Media & Marketing Interns > 

Summer Admin Assistants >

Production Team Members (volunteers and paid roles) >

 

 

StoryBook believes that inclusivity and diversity are integral to the stories we tell both on and off our stage, and we seek to create an environment where everyone, from any background, can do their best work. We encourage people of all ages, gender identities, races, sexual orientations, physical or mental abilities, and ethnicities to apply for this position.

 

We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those advancing in the process will be contacted.

FOH Team
Front of House Team Members

StoryBook is currently seeking Front of House Staff Successful candidates will be responsible for managing volunteers as well as ensuring the smooth operation of the house during the run of shows.

StoryBook believes that inclusivity and diversity are integral to the stories we tell both on and off our stage and seek to create an environment where everyone, from any background, can do their best work. We encourage people of all ages, gender identity, race, sexual orientation, physical or mental ability, and ethnicity to apply for this position.

RESPONSIBILITIES

The Front of House Manager will be accountable to the Artistic Producer and will support in the following areas:

  • Greet and assist patrons with a cheerful and welcoming attitude

  • Train and coordinate volunteers in duties such as ushering and concession

  • Ensure cleanliness and presentability of the theatre, pre and post show

  • Work with Stage Management to co-ordinate opening and closing of the theatre

  • Direct the autograph line after each show, if applicable

  • Other duties as required

SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS

The ideal candidates would possess many, if not all, of the qualifications listed below.  StoryBook is a learning environment and is looking for a candidate willing to grow into the role with a base understanding of its demands and skills required.​

  • Customer service experience, preferably with an arts organization

  • Prior leadership experience in team management

  • Strong Communications skills

  • Strong Organizational skills

  • Strong customer-focused approach to all interactions

  • Comfortable with technology and computers

 

Ultimately, StoryBook is seeking people who fit in with the organizational mandate and are keen and passionate about the work we do.  Candidates who possess these and the attributes listed at the top of this page would be seen as a considerable asset beyond their list of qualifications.

DURATION

We are currently seeking both full-time and part-time staff members. Shifts are primarily in the evenings and weekends in accordance with the show schedules. 

COMPENSATION

This is an hourly position at $18/hr

 

DEADLINE TO SUBMIT: The posting will remain open until all the positions are filled.

Please make your submission through our online portal

We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those advancing in the process will be contacted

Questions relating to this job posting may be directed to info@storybooktheatre.org.

SUMMER THEATRE SCHOOL INSTRUCTORS

SEASONAL CONTRACT, multiple positions available.  Instructors must be available Mondays to Fridays, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, from July 2 to August 9, 2024.

WHEN APPLYING, PLEASE INDICATE YOUR PREFERRED ROLE ON YOUR APPLICATION FORM:


SUMMER CAMP INSTRUCTORS: 

SUMMER SPOTLIGHT PROGRAMS: ​

  • 1 Director/Acting Coach to work with three-week musical SPOTLIGHT theatre camps (1 position available for TWO separate camps, 3 weeks each).

  • 1 Music Director/Voice Coach to work with three-week musical theatre camps (1 position available for TWO separate camps, 3 weeks each).

  • 1 Choreographer/Dance Coach to work with three-week musical theatre camps (1 position available for TWO separate camps, 3 weeks each).
    READ MORE ABOUT SUMMER SPOTLIGHT PROGRAMS >

 

Information about all our Summer Programs can be found on the StoryBook Theatre website HERE.

 

StoryBook believes that inclusivity and diversity are integral to the stories we tell both on and off our stage, and we seek to create an environment where everyone from any background can do their best work. We encourage people of all ages, gender identities, races, sexual orientations, physical or mental abilities, and ethnicity to apply for this position.

These positions are being made possible through the Canada Summer Jobs Grants, and therefore, we are seeking students aged 18 to 30 for this role. This does not limit us, but stronger consideration will be made for those candidates who meet this age criteria for this grant.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES

Instructors will be accountable to the Theatre School Coordinator and will work closely with Teaching Assistants. Duties include:

  • Teach children appropriate lesson content for their age and skill level

  • Create lesson plans incorporating a given curriculum. Depending on the course, the curriculum may include improvisation, audition techniques, storytelling, voice, choreography, or other areas of skill. Instructors will direct the actors in a final presentation at the end of each week after leading them through the creation process.

  • Classroom management, including working with the teaching assistant(s) to maintain classroom focus and manners.

  • Other duties as required.

 

SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS

The ideal candidates would possess many, if not all, of the qualifications listed below.  StoryBook is a learning environment and is looking for a candidate willing to grow into the role with a base understanding of its demands and the skills required.​

  • Minimum of two years of relevant university education, or equivalent professional experience

  • Strong instructional and classroom management skills

  • High level of personal organization and planning

  • Strong interpersonal skills

  • Must work well in a team setting

  • Basic First Aid is an asset

 

Ultimately, StoryBook is seeking people who fit in with the organizational mandate and are keen and passionate about the work we do.  Candidates who possess these and the attributes listed at the top of this page would be seen as a considerable asset beyond their list of qualifications.

DURATION

This is a seasonal contract. Instructors must be available Mondays to Fridays, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, from July 2 to August 9, 2024.

COMPENSATION

Minimum contract is six weeks at an hourly rate of $20/hr.

Deadline to Submit: Friday, APRIL 12, 2024

Please make your submission through our online portal

We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those advancing in the process will be contacted

Questions relating to this job posting may be directed to jp@storybooktheatre.org

Summer Instructors
SUMMER THEATRE SCHOOL TEACHING ASSISTANTS

SEASONAL CONTRACT, multiple positions available. Teaching Assistants must be available Mondays to Fridays, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, from July 2 to August 9, 2024.

StoryBook Theatre is currently seeking Teaching Assistants for our Summer Theatre School Programming. Assistants will support teachers during workshops, stagecraft, drama activities and act as stage manager throughout the rehearsal process and final performances.

StoryBook believes that inclusivity and diversity are integral to the stories we tell both on and off our stage and seek to create an environment where everyone, from any background, can do their best work. We encourage people of all ages, gender identity, race, sexual orientation, physical or mental ability, and ethnicity to apply for this position.

This position is being made possible through a Canada Summer Jobs Grant and therefore we are seeking students aged 18 to 30 for this role.  We are not limited by this, but stronger consideration will be made for those candidates that meet this age criteria for this grant.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES

Teaching Assistants will be accountable to the Theatre School Coordinator and will work closely with class instructors. Duties include:

  • Supervising students during breaks

  • Classroom management including working with the class instructor(s) to maintain classroom focus

  • Managing student attendance during sign-in and sign-out

  • Leading warm-up activities where required

  • Other duties as required

 

SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS

The ideal candidates would possess many, if not all, of the qualifications listed below.  StoryBook is a learning environment and is looking for a candidate willing to grow into the role with a base understanding of its demands and the skills required.​

  • Interest in Arts Education

  • Experience working with children

  • Strong Interpersonal Skills

  • Knowledge of technical theatre is an asset

  • Must work well in a team setting

  • Basic First Aid is an asset

 

Ultimately, StoryBook is seeking people who fit in with the organizational mandate and are keen and passionate about the work we do.  Candidates who possess these and the attributes listed at the top of this page would be seen as a considerable asset beyond their list of qualifications.

DURATION

This is a seasonal contract. Instructors must be available Mondays to Fridays, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, from July 2 to August 9, 2024.

COMPENSATION

Minimum contract is six weeks at an hourly rate of $16/hr.

Deadline to Submit: Friday, APRIL 12, 2024

Please make your submission through our online portal

We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those advancing in the process will be contacted

Questions relating to this job posting may be directed to jp@storybooktheatre.org

Summer TAs
SSIP ASSISTANT STAGE MANAGERS

SEASONAL CONTRACT, 4 positions available. Must be available Mondays to Fridays, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, from July 2 to August 9, 2024.

StoryBook Theatre is currently seeking Assistant Stage Managers to work with our 2024 Summer Student Intensive Program (SSIP) production. The Assistant Stage Manager’s role is to provide assistance to the Stage Manager during rehearsals as well as for the full run of the show. The Stage Manager will communicate production requirements and create a list of duties for the Assistant Stage Manager. Generally during the show, the Assistant Stage Manager is stationed just offstage to facilitate communication between the stage manager and actors, as well as ensuring their safety. The ASM often helps with complex set changes, quick changes offstage, or preparing the stage for performance. These duties may change based on the needs of each individual Stage Manager.

StoryBook believes that inclusivity and diversity are integral to the stories we tell both on and off our stage, and we seek to create an environment where everyone from any background can do their best work. We encourage people of all ages, gender identities, races, sexual orientations, physical or mental abilities, and ethnicity to apply for this position.

SUMMER SPOTLIGHT PROGRAMS: ​

These positions are being made possible through a Canada Summer Jobs Grant, and therefore, we are seeking students aged 18 to 30 for this role.  We are not limited by this, but stronger consideration will be made for those candidates that meet this age criteria for this grant.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES

Assistant Stage Managers will be accountable to the Stage Manager and will work closely with cast and production teams. Duties include:

  • Providing assistance to the Stage Manager as requested

  • Assist with the smooth management of the show

  • Preparing the stage for performance

  • Assist with set and costume changes as needed

  • Other duties as required

 

SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS

The ideal candidates would possess many, if not all, of the qualifications listed below.  StoryBook is a learning environment and is looking for a candidate willing to grow into the role with a base understanding of its demands and skills required.​

  • Interest in Theatre Arts

  • Experience working in theatre is an asset but not required

  • Strong Interpersonal Skills

  • Organized

  • Must work well in a team setting

 

Ultimately, StoryBook is seeking people who fit in with the organizational mandate and are keen and passionate about the work we do.  Candidates who possess these and the attributes listed at the top of this page would be seen as a considerable asset beyond their list of qualifications.

DURATION

This is a seasonal contract. Instructors must be available Mondays to Fridays, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, from July 2 to August 9, 2024.

COMPENSATION

Minimum contract is six weeks at an hourly rate of $16/hr.

Deadline to Submit: Friday, APRIL 12, 2024

Please make your submission through our online portal

We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those advancing in the process will be contacted

Questions relating to this job posting may be directed to jp@storybooktheatre.org

SSIP ASM
SUMMER DESIGN, MARKETING & SOCIAL MEDIA INTERNS

8-WEEK SEASONAL CONTRACT, 2 positions available. Must be available Mondays to Fridays, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.

StoryBook Theatre is currently seeking enthusiastic and motivated individuals with strong design skills to join our in-house team. The successful candidates will build a working understanding of professional design practice, social media, and effective marketing strategies to promote audience engagement and retention, and the overall vision of StoryBook Theatre. Throughout the contract, we encourage and welcome fresh ideas on communication initiatives, opportunities, and recommendations on brand development.

About the Positions:

StoryBook Theatre is actively recruiting two interns for two 8-week contracts. The start time for both contracts is flexible – the end date will be adjusted as needed.

Contract 1 – start on or after April 29nd, 8-week contract, 35hrs per week
Contract 2 – start on or after June 24th, 8-week contract, 35hrs per week

 

This hybrid role combines the opportunity to work from home with occasional in-person work at StoryBook, located in Beddington Theatre Arts Centre in Northeast Calgary. Scheduled weekly Zoom meetings will be required. Some flexibility in working hours may be available, provided regular communication and deadlines are met. Some evenings and weekends may be required and will be factored into the weekly schedule.

StoryBook believes that inclusivity and diversity are integral to the stories we tell both on and off our stage, and we seek to create an environment where everyone from any background can do their best work. We encourage people of all ages, gender identities, races, sexual orientations, physical or mental abilities, and ethnicity to apply for this position.

 

These positions are being made possible through a Canada Summer Jobs Grant, and therefore, we are seeking students aged 18 to 30 for this role.  We are not limited by this, but stronger consideration will be made for those candidates that meet this age criteria for this grant.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES

Interns will help StoryBook develop and implement a variety of design and marketing materials for our 48th Season of Shows, Year-Round Theatre School, and provide administrative support for our organization. This position will report directly to the Marketing Director, indirectly to the Artistic Producer, and work with office and production teams to communicate our brand values, positioning, and messaging across all channels.

Duties include:

  • Create promotional communications and designs that are in line with the vision and branding of the organization, including but not limited to: updating existing materials, writing and developing social media posts, email and advertising campaigns, and creating new communication materials

  • Writing engaging social media posts, advertising headlines, e-blasts and website updates

  • Photo shoot art direction assistance and support

  • Ability to work independently to meet project deliverables

  • Maintain regular communication through our online project management tool, Trello. Training will be provided

  • A commitment to meet via Zoom video for regularly scheduled check-ins and project reviews

  • Responsible upkeep of digital file management

  • Administration tasks such as digital file organization, updating and archiving

 

SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS

The ideal candidates would possess many, if not all, of the qualifications listed below.  StoryBook is a learning environment and is looking for a candidate willing to grow into the role with a base understanding of its demands and skills required.​

  • Experience using Adobe InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop required

  • Have their own computer equipped with updated versions of Adobe Creative Suite, relevant software and a reliable internet connection

  • Knowledge of MS Word and Excel or Google Docs and Sheets

  • Skills using web-based software applications such as Dropbox and Trello

  • Working knowledge of WIX website management tool considered an asset

  • An openness to collaboration, asking questions, receiving direction and feedback

  • Excellent communication and collaboration skills, with the capacity to work on a variety of projects at once

  • Strong knowledge of oral and written English

  • Strong administration, organization, and customer service skills

  • Patient, and works well under pressure

  • Ability to prioritize work to correspond to production deadlines

Preferences will be given to candidates with

  • A passion for theatre and the performing arts

  • An interest in photography and art direction

  • An understanding of motion graphics software is encouraged but not mandatory

  • Knowledge of social media marketing tactics

  • An excitement to learn and grow under the mentorship of StoryBook’s small but mighty in-house team

 

Ultimately, StoryBook is seeking people who fit in with the organizational mandate and are keen and passionate about the work we do.  Candidates who possess these and the attributes listed at the top of this page would be seen as a considerable asset beyond their list of qualifications.

DURATION

Both internships are seasonal Summer contracts to run 8 weeks from the start date. 

COMPENSATION

35hrs per week @ $16 to $18 an hour

Deadline to Submit: Friday, April 18th, 2024

Please make your submission through our online portal. Please include samples of portfolio work - applications submitted without samples will not be considered.

  • Submit a resume with relevant work experience. Don’t worry if you don’t have a lot of professional experience in Graphic Design and Marketing on your CV  - we’re looking for individuals with a customer service mindset

  • Include a link to your online portfolio or attach a single PDF with at least five relevant design projects and/or written work. These can be from school or client work. Please include a short description of each piece, which describes the project challenges and your solution.

  • Please indicate your preferred contract dates, if applicable.  

 

We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those advancing in the process will be contacted

Questions relating to this job posting may be directed to jennifer@storybooktheatre.org

DesignInterns
SUMMER ADMINISTRATION ASSISTANT

8-WEEK SEASONAL CONTRACT, 3 positions available.

StoryBook Theatre is currently seeking an enthusiastic and motivated individual to join our administration team. Our Summer Administrative Assistants will have the opportunity to get behind the scenes of an operating theatre and support the administration that comes along with our upcoming season of diverse shows and Theatre School programming.

 

StoryBook believes that inclusivity and diversity are integral to the stories we tell both on and off our stage, and we seek to create an environment where everyone from any background can do their best work. We encourage people of all ages, gender identities, races, sexual orientations, physical or mental abilities, and ethnicity to apply for this position.
 

This position is being made possible through a Canada Summer Jobs Grant, and therefore, we are seeking students aged 18 to 30 for this role.  We are not limited by this, but stronger consideration will be made for those candidates that meet this age criteria for this grant.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES

Summer Administrative Assistants will report to the Artistic Producer and Theatre School Program Coordinator and will work closely with other summer team members in both production and Theatre School.

Duties include:

  • Office administration relating to production & theatre school

  • Digital administrative tasks

  • Supporting Summer Theatre School programming

  • Other duties as required

 

SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS

The ideal candidates would possess many, if not all, of the qualifications listed below.  StoryBook is a learning environment and is looking for a candidate willing to grow into the role with a base understanding of its demands and skills required.​

  • Strong administration, organization, and customer service skills

  • Patient, and works well under pressure

  • Ability to prioritize work to correspond to production deadlines

  • Previous experience working in theatre is an asset

  • Intermediate to advanced Microsoft Office skills

  • Skills using software applications such as Dropbox and Trello

  • Experience with Adobe Creative Suites is considered an asset

  • Previous experience working in arts administration is considered an asset

 

Ultimately, StoryBook is seeking people who fit in with the organizational mandate and are keen and passionate about the work we do.  Candidates who possess these and the attributes listed at the top of this page would be seen as a considerable asset beyond their list of qualifications.

DURATION

This is a seasonal contract, June 25 to August 26. 

COMPENSATION

35hrs per week @ $16/hr

Deadline to Submit: Monday, May 6, 2024

Please make your submission through our online portal.

We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those advancing in the process will be contacted

Questions relating to this job posting may be directed to jp@storybooktheatre.org

Summer Admin
THEATRE TECH INSTRUCTORS

StoryBook Theatre is currently seeking tech-minded individuals to facilitate a workshop for educators about the elements of Technical Theatre. We are looking for an individual to help teachers in high schools and elementary schools understand more about tech theatre and how to achieve easy looks with limited time and budgets.

StoryBook believes that inclusivity and diversity are integral to the stories we tell both on and off our stage, and we seek to create an environment where everyone from any background can do their best work. We encourage people of all ages, gender identities, races, sexual orientations, physical or mental abilities, and ethnicity to apply for this position.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES

Instructors will be accountable to the Theatre School Coordinator. Duties include:

  • Teach participants about technical theatre and give participants tools to incorporate and use elements of technical theatre in their own teaching

  • Create a workshop lesson plan to meet workshop goals

  • Other duties as required

 

SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS

The ideal candidates would possess many, if not all, of the qualifications listed below.  StoryBook is a learning environment and is looking for a candidate willing to grow into the role with a base understanding of its demands and skills required.​

  • Minimum of two years of relevant university level education, or equivalent professional experience

  • Strong instructional and classroom management skills

  • High level of personal organization and planning

  • Strong interpersonal skills

  • Must work well in a team setting

  • Basic First Aid is an asset

Ultimately, StoryBook is seeking people who fit in with the organizational mandate and are keen and passionate about the work we do.  Candidates who possess these and the attributes listed at the top of this page would be seen as a considerable asset beyond their list of qualifications.

DURATION

Friday, January 23 from 9:30am to 11:30am and 12:30pm to 2:30pm

COMPENSATION

Our teachers are contracted for each session and program individually. Compensation to be negotiated at time of offer.  

Deadline to Submit: StoryBook is actively seeking the right candidates to fulfill this role.

Please make your submission through our online portal

We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those advancing in the process will be contacted

Questions relating to this job posting may be directed to jp@storybooktheatre.org

Theatre Tech
Production Team Members

StoryBook is proud to engage emerging and professional artists as part of our productions.   This important dynamic provides an "on-the-job" learning experience for those looking to make a theatre career to those who already are.  Within the production environment, there are many different roles that require different levels of experience. There are a variety of roles included on productions from volunteer to paid positions.   

No matter your skillset there are plenty of different options to consider. 
StoryBook believes that inclusivity and diversity are integral to the stories we tell both on and off our stage, and we seek to create an environment where everyone from any background can do their best work. We encourage people of all ages, gender identities, races, sexual orientations, physical or mental abilities, and ethnicity to apply for this position.

VOLUNTEERING

For those who are just starting out whether you are 16 or 60 and you want to try your hand at theatre arts, we are happy to take you on in a volunteer capacity and support you in your growth and learning.  Our volunteers will find themselves working alongside emerging and professional artists as we work towards the successful execution of our productions.  Roles in this capacity would include:

Assistant Stage Managers

Crew

Lighting/Sound Operator

Spot Operator

Departments Assistants (Wardrobe, Makeup, Hair, Set, Lighting, Tech, etc)

ARTIST CONTRACTS

We offer a variety of production-related contracts depending on personal experience, education and the role one may take on within any given production.  All artists are paid under contract for the work.  The following are the current contracts available for the 2021 Season with an estimated contract fee.  Fees are continually assessed based on granting support, artists' skillset and production demands.

Choreographers - est. $3000.00

Musical Directors - est. $3000.00

Theatre Technician - est. $1800.00

Asst. Stage Managers - est. $1800.00

Sound Tech - est $1250.00

Stage Managers - est. $4500.00
Lighting Designers - est. $2500.00
Set Designers - est. $2500.00

Costume Designers - est. $2500.00

If you have inquiries or questions relating to roles and compensation, please email them to jp@storybooktheatre.org.

Production Roles
Crew

Load-In/Strike Crew - Production Support

We are currently seeking skilled and reliable individuals to join our Load-In Crew for an upcoming production. The ideal candidates will be proficient in construction, painting, and various set-related tasks associated with the load-in phase of a show. Candidates should have their own steel-toe shoes and appropriate work attire suitable for working with wood, paint, and power tools.

StoryBook believes that inclusivity and diversity are integral to the stories we tell both on and off our stage, and we seek to create an environment where everyone from any background can do their best work. We encourage people of all ages, gender identities, races, sexual orientations, physical or mental abilities, and ethnicity to apply for this position.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Execute construction and set-related tasks during the load-in phase of the production.

  • Collaborate effectively with the set builder and set designer & assistant

  • Ensure a high standard of workmanship and attention to detail.

  • Adhere to safety protocols and guidelines.

  • Complete assigned tasks within established timelines.

  • Maintain and organise tools and equipment.

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Previous experience in construction, painting, or set-related tasks.

  • Ability to work efficiently with various power tools.

  • Ownership of steel toe shoes and appropriate work attire.

  • Strong attention to detail and commitment to quality work.

  • Good communication and teamwork skills.

Ultimately, StoryBook is seeking people who fit in with the organizational mandate and are keen and passionate about the work we do.  Candidates who possess these and the attributes listed at the top of this page would be seen as a considerable asset beyond their list of qualifications.

COMPENSATION:

$18/hr starting rate. 

Please make your submission through our online portal.

We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those advancing in the process will be contacted

If you have questions or inquiries in regards to the role please email them to nickolas@storybooktheatre.org

Part-Time Box Office and Facility Attendant

StoryBook Theatre is currently seeking applicants for a part-time employee to join our team as our Box Office and facility Attendant.
 

StoryBook believes that inclusivity and diversity are integral to the stories we tell both on and off our stage, and we seek to create an environment where everyone from any background can do their best work. We encourage people of all ages, gender identities, races, sexual orientations, physical or mental abilities, and ethnicity to apply for this position.

RESPONSIBILITIES

The attendant will report to the Artistic Producer & Box Office/Facility Coordinator.
Duties include:
· Booking tickets, rooms and resources for patrons
· Manage ticketing services and operations during shows
· Provide facility support for tenants and patrons utilizing the facility
· Provide administrative support to the organization.

QUALIFICATIONS

The ideal candidates would possess many, if not all, of the qualifications listed below. StoryBook is a learning environment and is looking for a candidate willing to grow with a base understanding of its demands and the skills required.

  • ·Minimum of two years of relevant or equivalent experience in administration

  • High level of personal organization and planning

  • Strong interpersonal skills

  • Must work well in a team setting

 

Ultimately, StoryBook is seeking people who fit in with the organizational mandate and are keen and passionate about the work we do.  Candidates who possess these and the attributes listed at the top of this page would be seen as a considerable asset beyond their list of qualifications.

HOURS

Flexible scheduling with the following options for hours:
Daily - 4:30pm to 9:30pm
Weekends - 9am to 5pm

COMPENSATION

This is an hourly position with a starting rate of $18/hr.

The position will remain open until a suitable candidate is found.

START DATE

We are looking to begin onboarding as early as January 15th, 2024

 

Please make your submission through our online portal.

We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those advancing in the process will be contacted

Box Office
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