Production Manager / Technical Director

Effective: Position is available until filled.

Accountability: Reports to the Artistic Director

Full Time Equivalent: Full-time salaried position with benefits. Some weekend and evening work will be required, and some periods of the year will be busier than others.

Location: On-site in Rosebud, Alberta

Summary: Join a team of dedicated theatre artists and educators who are passionate about theatre, mentoring the artists of tomorrow, and telling great stories. The ideal candidate strives for excellence in all aspects of their work, and their passion, aptitude and commitment results in a sustainable financial and structural production department within which theatrical creativity can thrive. They are a mission-driven individual, a team player, and a creative problem-solver.

The successful candidate will demonstrate the following:

In consultation with the AD, the PM/TD will budget, plan, & oversee the realization of:

Job Function: Ensure the smooth and efficient operations of production and technical elements of all productions, performances, and related activities mounted or presented by Rosebud Theatre and Rosebud School of the Arts.

Expected Results: An efficient, creative Production Department that executes Rosebud Theatre & Rosebud School of the Arts’ productions and related activities to the highest standards possible within set budgetary parameters.

Applications: To apply please send the following to

1. A resume(s) with both relevant and potentially related experience

2. A cover letter including reasons why this position may be a good fit for you

The mission of Rosebud School of the Arts is about enriching lives by expressing God’s gifts of creativity, hope, joy, forgiveness, and love through the arts.

The mandate of Rosebud Theatre is to produce professional live theatre that illustrates the beauty and complexity of life through an inclusive and grace-filled perspective while mentoring the next generation of theatre artists.

The mandate of Rosebud School of the Arts is to provide arts education and training within a community of faith-based artists where students are inspired to become catalysts for transformation in our world.

RSA strives to honour and respect the diverse cultures, languages, abilities, and perspectives that each staff member brings to the organization.

We are dedicated to creating an inclusive environment that welcomes the humanity of our students, staff, contract instructors, guest artists, board members, donors, and patrons. RSA is committed to providing a supportive work and educational environment where the principles of equity, diversity, and inclusion are trained, fostered, and intentionally practiced. Through conscious reflection, and deliberate action and discussion at all levels, we aim to create a culture of care and safety where diversity can flourish.

All personnel policies related to employment – including hiring, compensation, promotion, benefits, job assignments, transfers, lay-offs, return from lay-offs, company sponsored programs or events, etc. – will be implemented without discrimination toward race, colour, creed, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, family status, age, language, or national origin.

RSA is committed to recruiting and retaining a group of diverse, qualified staff members who advance RSA’s mission in their respective vocations. Through a fair and equitable hiring process, RSA considers the qualifications and values of each candidate as the primary criteria upon which hiring and promotion decisions are made.