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Grindstone Theatre is seeking a part-time House Technician!

Tuesday, February 22, 2022 9:54 PM | Maggie Tate (Administrator)

We love the Grindstone Theatre and want to help both them - and you! - by sharing that they are hiring for a part-time House Technician (HT) Canada Summer Jobs position, who will be responsible for operating the sound/lighting boards & other multimedia equipment for all Grindstone & Independently Produced shows. The HT will ensure the theatre is in safe working conditions and will report any issues to the Technical Director. The HT will provide excellent customer service to patrons of the Grindstone Theatre and will scan and seat guests upon arrival as well as answer any questions about the performance. 

The theatre is looking for individuals with 1-2 years experience in Theatre Production/Management who have up to date knowledge of lighting systems, control apparatus, equipment and its maintenance. You should have experience working with OBS, Zoom, Crowdcast and other online streaming platforms and be confident in manual-handling/heavy lifting of theatre equipment, climbing ladders etc. and able to do so safely. You need to have strong interpersonal and customer relations skills, and the ability to create and sustain positive working relationships with theatre companies and staff. Strong organizational and time management skills, and demonstrated attention to detail with the ability to manage competing priorities at work. You must be self-directed with the ability to take initiative. 

You must be available nights & weekends. To submit an application please email Jocelyn at with your Resume and Cover Letter. Please note House Technician in the subject line. No phone calls please.

As we are not the original poster of this listing, we highly recommend that you confirm all information at the Grindstone website before applying! 

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