WORK WITH US
Founded in 1964, the Arts Club is the largest not-for-profit theatre company in Western Canada. We inspire and nurture artists and audiences through diverse cultural experiences that are engaging, thought-provoking, and artistically innovative. We envision a community that, through storytelling, is inspired to reflect on who we are and who we can be. Come join our team!
Please ensure that you read the job posting carefully as each posting will have a specific method of submission. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted. We cannot respond to telephone inquiries.
Accountant: Word Document
|Open until filled|
Communications Coordinator: Word Document
|June 30, 2023|
Tour Coordinator: Word Document
|July 9, 2023|
Planned Giving Officer
Planned Giving Officer: Word Document
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Types of Roles
Staff in many areas of the Arts Club collaborate to produce over 17 shows every year. These are the areas in which you may find opportunities:
- Artistic Programming
- Bar and Lounge
- Box Office
- Education and Outreach
- Facilities and Building Services
- Front of House
- Fundraising and Development
- Human Resources
- Marketing and Communications
- Production: Technical, Costumes, Scenic, Properties
- Sponsorship and Corporate Partnerships
Many Arts Club employees first come to us through internship, apprenticeship, or mentorship opportunities. We offer enriching ways to build work experience to both students on their career path and those who may be transitioning to the arts and culture sector.
Paid internships are available in the following departments: Administration, Artistic, Education, Fund Development, Marketing & Communications, and Production. If you are interested in joining us, contact Human Resources at firstname.lastname@example.org and specify your area of interest and availability.
"My internship at the Arts Club has helped me gain hands-on experience and a vast amount of opportunities to grow, develop, and start my professional career in the theatre industry!"
—Emily, Capilano University, Arts and Entertainment Management
“It has been a pleasure to intern in the Fund Development team at the Arts Club for the past eight months. Despite being fully remote, the staff could not have been more welcoming, supportive, and trusting in my abilities. I have had the opportunity to work with a number of departments on a range of projects and, from it, have gained valuable insights which will inform my choices moving forward in my career.”
—Michelle, UBC, Sauder School of Business