Circus Arts

Film

Multidisciplinary/General

  • Musée des maîtres et artisans du Québec is hiring a General Director. This is a permanent, full-time position. Deadline is MARCH 25, 2018. Click here for details. (FR)
  • La Semaine des arts is hiring a Production and Volunteer Assistant. This is a temporary position. Deadline is not listed. Click here for details. 
  • Conseil des arts de Montréal is hiring a permanent part-time cultural advisor. Deadline is MARCH 9, 2018. Click here for details. (FR)
  • Canada Council is hiring for a variety of positions: Senior Project Manager, Operations Officer, Business Analyst, and more. Deadline is MARCH 9, 2018. Click here for details.

Theatre

  • General Auditions for Geordie Productions for both MainStage and 2Play Tour productions. Open to both unionized and non-unionized artists. Deadline is MARCH 20 and 21, 2018. Click here for details.
  • Repercussion Theatre is hiring a Communications Coordinator for their Shakespeare-in-the-Park summer tour. Deadline is MARCH 22. Click her for details.
  • The Other Theatre is hiring a Part-Time Bookkeeper to start immediately! Click here for details.

Writing

  • carte blanche is hiring a new Managing Editor and a new Creative Non-fiction Editors.  Deadline is MARCH 15, 2018. Click here for details.

 

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