Balancing Act is looking for an Associate Producer to join the team. See the posting below!
ABOUT BALANCING ACT:
Founded in 2019 by Artistic Director Lisa Marie DiLiberto, Balancing Act is a national
initiative to support parents and caregivers working in the performing arts. Balancing
Act works collaboratively with research-driven initiatives and arts organizations to
reframe the way we think about care and care needs in the arts, approaching this work
on a systemic, organizational, and individual level. This past year Balancing Act
supported 16 theatre, dance and opera companies as they piloted strategies that
promote a culture of care in the arts sector. In the 2022-23 season, Balancing Act will
expand this support to 25 organizations, and will continue to host events like affinity
groups, workshops, and public roundtables.
Balancing Act is committed to the ongoing work of engaging with anti-oppressive
principles and practices. We strive to provide spaces conducive to engaging
generatively across differences, free from harassment and discrimination. All are invited
and supported to participate meaningfully, regardless of social location and values
including age, ethnicity, experience of racialization, gender expression, gender identity,
sexual orientation, ability, class, and religious or spiritual beliefs. Balancing Act and
Theatre Direct honour and celebrate our diverse and intersectional identities.
Title: Associate Producer, Balancing Act
Start Date: Before June 27, 2022
Time Commitment: 20 weeks @ 15/hours week (with possibility of extension)
The Associate Producer position allows for flexible hours and remote work.
Childcare stipend available. We welcome a conversation about your caregiving needs
and any other accommodations.
We prioritize applications from equity-owed groups, including those who identify as:
Indigenous, Black, People of Colour, Trans, Nonbinary, Queer, Disabled and
intersections of those identities.
The Associate Producer will collaborate with and support the Artistic and Managing
Producers of Balancing Act on the artistic vision and direction for Balancing Act. Key
Responsibilities include: administration, organization of media assets and social media
content, steering research initiatives, supporting community outreach and industry
partnership development, and collaborating on event planning for Balancing Act and
Theatre Direct activities.
QUALITIES AND SKILLS:
Balancing Act is looking for a reliable, self-motivated, detail-oriented, enthusiastic team
player who engages with and advocates for anti-oppressive principles and practices.
Strong written and verbal communication skills required. Working knowledge of Google
applications, Excel spreadsheets, Canva/basic design, Mailchimp, and website
maintenance is desirable. Applicants must be 30 years of age or under.
To apply, please send a CV/bio and expression of interest to Artistic Producer Susie
Burpee at email@example.com. Deadline June 19.
If you require any accommodations to complete this application or require a more
accessible format for this call for applicants, please contact Susie or call the Theatre
Direct office at 416-537-4191.