Employment - General Manager

General Manager

Anchored Recruiting Ltd.

Full-Time

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Description

Employer: Highland Arts Theatre

Title: General Manager

Position: Full Time Permanent

Hours of Work: Monday – Friday with occasional evenings/weekends.

Job Location: Sydney, Nova Scotia (Hybrid Option)

Compensation Package: $60,000 - $80,000 based on experience

Starting at two weeks paid vacation, paid sick time, stat holidays, health and dental benefits (cost shared), complimentary chiropractic services, complimentary massage services (4), complimentary tickets, half price staff tickets and more!

Anchored Recruiting is delighted to partner with the Highland Arts Theatre to find a General Manager to join their growing team.

The Highland Arts Theatre, affectionately known as “The HAT”, is a performance venue in downtown, Sydney, Nova Scotia in the heart of beautiful Cape Breton Island. They are the first Professional Community-Funded Theatre in Canada, championing a new operating model known as Radical Access, which allows the HAT to offer tickets to all Mainstage Productions via Pay-What-You-Choose Donations or Free of Charge for those in need. The Highland Arts Theatre Association is a non-profit organization registered under the Societies Act of Nova Scotia and a registered charity with the CRA. They are a Professional Member of Theatre of Nova Scotia, Playwrights Atlantic Resource Centre, and a member of the Sydney & Area Chamber of Commerce. The HAT Academy, a training program for emerging and professional artists, offering 20 distinct programs launched in 2019 for those aged 5 to seniors. In 2020, a new operating model known as the Radical Access program was launched, which is a crowd-sourcing model that allows the HAT to offer all Mainstage Productions free of charge.

As the General Manager you will be working alongside and in concert with the Artistic & Executive Director. You will be responsible leading the day-to-day operation of the organization, including but not limited to human resources, financial management, fundraising & business development, grant writing along with other duties as noted below.

The Highland Arts Theatre is committed to supporting the successful candidate with learning and professional development support. If you are a passionate, creative, driven professional, this role is for you!

Core Accountabilities:

  • Responsible for ensuring that the HAT is staffed based on seasonal needs and is operating within the budget parameters provided
  • Responsible for the day-to-day human resource management needs of the team including but not limited to the hiring and onboarding of team members, day to day support and management of the team and resolving employee, staff and volunteer issues.
  • Manage general operating budgets and expenses in conjunction with the Artistic & Executive Director
  • Responsible for fundraising and business development, including but not limited to:
    • Building partnerships with government, community organizations, potential sponsors, fundraising and stewardship of donors and sponsors, grant writing and actively pursuing new business opportunities
  • Responsible for the assistance with Government Liaising and advocating on behalf of the theatre at all levels of government
  • Assist with marketing, promotions, and implementation of marketing strategies in conjunction with the Communications and Marketing leads.
  • Prepare contracts for Artists and Staff in conjunction with the Artistic & Executive Director.
  • Increase audiences and community engagement by creating, expanding and implementing an innovative and fresh approach to connecting with the broader community
  • Foster and encourage continued growth and development of theatre for community
  • Support the Artistic & Executive Director with other duties and responsibilities as assigned
Requirements

Qualifications:

  • Minimum of 5 years leadership experience in a mid to senior level position
  • Sound understanding of budgets, financial management and funding application writing
  • Strong ability to communicate effectively, both written and orally
  • Exceptional time management abilities
  • A passionate individual who will advocate on behalf of the theatre, the community, and its team members
  • Experience working with a Board of Directors, donors, and community and government-based sponsors

The Highland Arts Theatre seeks to promote equity, inclusion, and access by amplifying voices and stories that have been historically marginalized or underrepresented. Inclusion is a priority in every aspect of our work, and we believe that diversity is essential to create a more vibrant, innovative, and rich community. We encourage submissions from individuals of all genders, ethnicities, abilities, and identities and encourage applications from marginalized communities or backgrounds to self-identify as they feel comfortable.

Our venue is located in Unama’ki, the traditional, ancestral, and unceded territory of the Mi’kmaq people. We are honoured to continue a centuries-long tradition of creation and storytelling on this beautiful and sacred land.

Position is open until filled and applicants will be reviewed in two-week windows.

All information collected will be shared with our client, the Highland Arts Theatre. By submitting this application, Anchored Recruiting will be adding you to our Talent pool database. You may be contacted in the future regarding future job opportunities. Please note that this position is open to Canadian Citizens or Permanent Residents only.

How To Apply

Anchored Recruiting Ltd. will be accepting applications for this opportunity via their Human Resource Information System (HRIS), or other external site. Please follow the link and the instructions below carefully. Failure to do so may result in disqualification.

https://recruitcrm.io/jobs/anchoredrecruiting

Apply here

Intended Audience

This employment opportunity is open for: Canadian, Permanent Residents, and Temporary Residents who are able to work for any employer in Canada (Study Permit and Open work permit holders).

Only applicants who are authorized to work in Canada will be considered.

Location Information
Community
Sydney
County
Cape Breton Regional Municipality
Province
Nova Scotia
Country
Canada
Opportunity Information
Employer
Anchored Recruiting Ltd.
NOC Code
Experience Required
Yes
Available Openings
1
Pay Type
Salary
Remuneration
60000.00 (Negotiable)
Estimated Weekly Hours
Start Date
February 6th 2023
End Date
Language
English
Language Proficiency Level
Posted on
January 9th 2023
Expires
February 6th 2023