Randolph College for the Performing Arts
Start Date: Aug 24, 2020
Salary From: 45K To 55K
Region: Metro Toronto Area
Employee Benefits: N/A
Organization’s Field/Discipline: The Arts
Job’s focus: Creative
Job Type: Independent Contractor
Career Level: Intermediate
The Randolph College for the Performing Arts (formerly Randolph Academy for the Performing Arts) is a private career college specializing in singing, dancing and acting. It is located in Toronto, Ontario, on the southwest corner of Lennox Street and Bathurst streets.Established during Canada’s mega-musical revolution in the 1990s, the Randolph College for the Performing Arts was the country’s first post-secondary educational institution to offer multi-disciplinary “Triple Threat” training to aspiring professional performers.
Digital/Online Production Manager (contract)
Reporting to the Artistic Director, this role designs and directs operational procedures around
Randolph College for the Performing Arts and programming with a focus on Live-to-Digital – incorporating digital technologies and media to bring this programming online. Delivery methods include but are not limited to live-streaming, prerecording, etc.
You will connect our performers with their audience in ways that do not feel like a substitute
for live theatre or an apology for an inability to gather in person, translating theatre into a
digital space that engages and connects.
Areas of Responsibility:
The incumbent is responsible for the integration of these procedures within the overall
academic plan, which includes oversight of planning and administration of resources, project
costing, budgeting and supervision of production and technical staff on a project-by-project
- Planning, developing, maintaining, and supervising production activities for Randolph College for the Performing Arts, with a specific emphasis on utilizingdigital and video technologies and best practices for our upcoming ‘live-streamed Fall semester”;
- Overseeing the areas of planning and resource allocations and day to day supervision of production staff on projects;
- Liaising with the Artistic Director, where applicable, as to seasonal playbill and creates seasons and production schedules and timetables compatible with the academic timetable;
- Working closely with faculty, staff and students across the RCPA community, as well as external clients, to coordinate productions.
- Working closely with the Artistic Director on project costing, facility and resource allocations, contracting, budgeting and invoicing;
- Participating in the development and control of budgets for all productions;
- Providing leadership, guidance, inspiration and direction to a team of full-time and part-time technical staff, Box Office Manager, project-based artistic staff and students
- Job Status: Contract
- Job Type: Temporary, not-for-profit
- Salary range: $3750 per month or up to $4583 per month, based on experience
- Location: Work remotely
- Duration: August to December (5 months)with possibility of contract extension
- Applications must be received by Monday August 10, 2020
- Experience and knowledge in live-streaming and digital media, as well as an understanding of associate technologies and hardware is considered an asset.
- Applicants should demonstrate proficiency in Digital and Video production equipment and editing tools, including Adobe Premiere / Final Cut Pro, After Effects, Adobe
- Audition, along with a working knowledge of Photoshop and Illustrator Audio/Sound mastering experience
- Demonstrated experience with live streaming/casting
- 2-year diploma in Professional Technical Theatre (or Live Events) Production or Administration along with a minimum of 5 years’ experience actively working as a
- Production Manager in professional theatre (or an equivalent combination of relevant education or experience)
- Strong decision-making skills with the ability to delegate and supervise effectively
- Well-developed analytical, problem-solving, and evaluation skills are required to understand and determine solutions to production challenges
- Ability to establish and implement theatre procedures
- Strong communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to resolve conflicts
- Working knowledge of computer programs used in the practice of production management for the theatre
- Experience with Budget planning & monitoring
- Strong knowledge and experience with health and safety oversight
DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS
AUG. 11TH, 2020
We are an equal opportunity employer and are committed to providing employment accommodation in accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 (AODA). Alternative formats will be provided upon request.
NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE
We sincerely thank everyone for their submissions
but only those selected for an interview will be contacted.