Two job opportunities in the Leah Poslun’s Theatre at the Prosserman JCC



June 9, 2023

Lenka Lichtenberg performs for Holocaust Education Week 2022.

The JCC is an open, inclusive, and welcoming community, where belonging is everything. The J has become one of the largest platforms for engagement and connection to community in the Greater Toronto Area; a place where multiple generations can strengthen their body, mind, and soul. Programs include arts and culture, aquatics, recreation, education, sports, fitness, daycare, day camp, and more. For over 100 years, JCCs have been serving Jewish communities around the world. There are over 300 JCCs globally and 150 in North America. 1.5 million people enter a JCC each week in North America.

The Leah Poslun’s Theatre is a state-of-the-art modular presentation space with enormous technical and audio-visual capabilities. The Theatre is the ideal space to experience a live performance, take part in the J’s program offerings, or host an event. The two open roles are:

Theatre Technical Supervisor:
You have 5+ years experience in technical theatre production in a multi-venue performing arts facility or similar venue with a concentration in performance and corporate audio/video services. You have a strong working knowledge with theatrical stage equipment, tools, and rigging. You are also an expert in Dante Audio, DMX distribution, GrandMA3, sACN, Allen&Heath audio consoles and possess SDI, NDI video knowledge. You also have working knowledge of complex LAN/WAN environments. VLAN, Cisco, and Unifi knowledge. In addition, you hold Elevated Lift platform and Fall Arrest certification and are familiar with Occupational Health and Safety policies and procedures related to the theatre and production environment.
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Cultural Arts Coordinator:
The Cultural Arts Coordinator is an integral part of the Program team, curating and implementing high-end cultural arts programs and partnerships and providing front-of-house support at our Leah Posluns Theatre. The programs will seek to provide an enriched opportunity for participants to enjoy high-end programming and form a meaningful connection to the J. 
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