IN/ON/OUT Intermedia Festival is seeking an individual for the position of Festival Production Manager to support the success of the Winnipeg-based inter-arts festival taking place March 23rd-27th, 2021.
The ideal candidate will:
-Have proven experience managing logistical elements of live performance
-Strong project management, communication, administration, organizational and planning skills
-Proven supervisory and team management experience
-Able to follow an agreed-upon work plan, and work with confidence and independence
-Ability to be resourceful and detail-oriented
-Ability to manage budgets
-A general knowledge of theatrical and production equipment and software (lighting, audio and video projection) is required
-Art gallery and public art experience an asset
-Experience and/or high learning agility with respect to project management software (Marcato, Google Apps, Microsoft Office Suite etc.) required
The Festival Production Manager will be responsible for:
-Working with the Technical Director and Artistic Director to assess the production needs of various festival shows and performers
-Reviewing venue contracts
-Production Scheduling: creating the Festival’s technical rehearsal schedule, creating master production schedule and timelines, creating load-in and strike schedules
-Production budgeting and procurement: managing the total production budget as assigned by the Artistic Director (rentals, purchases, and venue-related costs)
-On-site during venue load-in and strike at 3-4 venues during the festival
-On-call throughout the festival dates to support artists, stage management, producers and production staff
-Administration including participating in production meetings with management staff, preparing final reports, including detailed budget report, closing inventory of supplies, attending post-mortem meeting
This contract pays between $3,000-$4,000, depending on experience.
Payment schedule is flexible depending on your needs.
Contract begins December 1st, 2021 and ends March 31st, 2022.
-December 1st, 2021-March 13th, 2022: Part-time employment for festival lead-up and can be done remotely within Canada.
-March 14th-March 31st, 2022: Full-time employment and must be done in-person (Winnipeg, MB)
While Winnipeg locals are preferred, we welcome out-of-town applicants to submit. Compensation for housing and travel will be considered. Only those who are selected for an interview will be contacted.
Equity statement: We acknowledge that equity-seeking communities have been excluded from performing arts and non-profit spaces in the past, and we are committed to employment equity and diversity. We encourage applicants from equity-seeking communities and intersecting identities to apply.
IN/ON/OUT FEST strongly believes in providing staff with an anti-oppressive work environment, free of discrimination and harassment, and fostering an inclusive and supportive workplace.
To apply, please submit the following to Stéphanie Morin-Robert (she/her), IN/ON/OUT FEST and SMR Performance Society Artistic Director to: email@example.com
-An updated resume
-A one-page cover letter, or, a video or voice recording (5-minute maximum)
IN/ON/OUT FEST TEAM