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May 17, 2021

Job Posting: ArtAttack + Administrative Assistant

Hosted by Buddies in Bad Times Theatre

From July to September, the ArtAttack + Administrative Assistant will work primarily in preparation for Buddies’ fundraiser/art auction ArtAttack!. This person is an autonomous worker who will receive direction primarily from the Communications and Marketing Department. During this time they will also receive training and orientation to Buddies’ general administration processes and systems, and would shift to a more general administrative support role from October to December. Most work can be done at home, but some work will require this person to be on-site at Buddies. The ideal candidate should have a level of comfort for occasionally working at our theatre in The Village as we re-open, to facilitate deliveries/pickups at our space, and be the point-person for on-site deliveries. A G Driver’s license is a bonus. 


Buddies in Bad Times Theatre is committed to employment equity. We encourage applications from queer, transgender, Indigenous, BIPOC, d/Deaf and disabled applicants. We are currently ongoing an organizational review and transformation process and are committed to inclusive, barrier-free recruitment and selection processes and work environments – if you require accommodations or have access needs at any point in the application or recruitment process please submit them to Aidan and Jonathan at hiring@buddiesinbadtimes.com

Buddies follows COVID-19 protocols to ensure safety of staff led by our Joint Health and Safety Committee who work to ensure safety standards are met, and adjustments made when needed or requested.


Buddies in Bad Times Theatre

12 Alexander Street, Toronto, ON, M4Y 1B4, Canada

Phone number: 416-975-8555

Email: info@buddiesinbadtimes.com

Established in 1979, Buddies in Bad Times Theatre is Toronto’s leading destination for artistically rigorous alternative theatre and a world leader in developing queer voices and stories for the stage. Buddies offers a year-round program that includes a full season of queer theatre, new works festivals, artist residencies, and intergenerational training and education initiatives. In its 40-year history Buddies has welcomed over one million people into its home in the heart of Toronto’s queer village and has premiered nearly 1,000 new works for the stage, making it the largest and longest-running queer theatre company in the world.