Andrea Peña & Artists
Published
June 2, 2024
Location
Montreal, Canada
Job Type

Description

About Us:

Join our dynamic team at Andrea Peña & Artists, where performing arts creation meets production! We are currently seeking a motivated and detail-oriented individual to fill the role of Part-Time Production Director and Administration Associate. As a key support resource for our Arts Production & Administration team, you'll play a vital role in overseeing, coordinating and managing productions at both national and international levels, to carry the strong, multidisciplinary vision of AP&A (www.andreapena.net). You will work closely with administrative, technical, and artistic teams to ensure the success of our large scale multimedia creations.

Responsibilities:

As a Production and Administration Associate, you will:

  • - Collaborate closely with the junior logistics coordinator and the company agent.
  • - Plan, coordinate, and manage projects involving administrative, technical, and artistic teams.
  • - Proactively monitor production and administrative schedules and deadlines, ensuring all milestones are met.
  • - Follow up on key stages of the production and administrative schedules.
  • - Draft agreements and liaise with organizations, artists, and external partners.
  • - Manage and oversee annual production budgets, including transferring invoices to the accounting department.
  • - Develop tools to optimize operations and maintain the company's production schedule.
  • - Optimize logistics, including tours, agendas, meeting planning and coordination, and event schedules.

*Note: The individual may be asked to perform tasks beyond this description.*

Profile and Experience:

The ideal candidate will have:

  1. - Relevant experience in performing arts production and project management.
  2. - A post-secondary degree, preferably in arts management
  3. - Canadian citizenship or permanent residency at the time of application.
  4. - Not receiving employment insurance benefits.

Desired Skills:

  • - Proactive self-led
  • - Team leadership and collaboration
  • - Attention to detail, sense of responsibility, and organizational skills.
  • - Autonomy and interpersonal skills.
  • - Experience in negotiation and follow-up with suppliers.
  • - Strong oral and written skills in French and English.
  • - Proficiency in Microsoft (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook) and Google (Drive, Calendar, and Gmail).
  • - Knowledge of Asana is an asset.
  • - Interest in the arts (festivals or performing arts) is a plus.
  • - Driver's license, an asset.

Remote Work:

This position allows for remote work.

How to Apply:

If you are passionate about the arts, possess the required skills, and meet the eligibility criteria, we encourage you to apply! Please submit your resume and a letter of interest by June 7th 2024, via email to [email protected]

Details:

➤ Entry into position: July 1, 2024 (sooner if possible)

➤ 20-25 hours/week

➤ Salary Range $27-$30 based on experience

➤ Duration: 6 months, from July 1, 2024 to December 2024, with possibility for long term contract

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity. Candidates from racialized, Indigenous, and minority backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply. We appreciate all applications, but only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

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