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October 28, 2021

Acting Academy Manager

Hosted by Realwheels Theatre

Realwheels Theatre is an award-winning theatre company with a mandate to create and produce performances that deepen understanding of the disability experience. We have an exciting opportunity to launch a three year actor training program customized to persons who live with disability. The Realwheels Acting Academy launched in September 2021.

The Manager will bring a unique combination of being able to manage day-to-day operations such as dealing with the instructors and students with a compassionate, solution-focused mindset; while also being a big-picture thinker who is ready and able to build networks and take the Academy to the next stage of development.

We’re looking for an individual who possesses tremendous entrepreneurial, organizational and fundraising skill to administer and grow this equity-based artist training project. The Acting Academy Manager will be charged with oversight and management of all facets of the training program’s operations as well as the development of artistic, strategic and funding partners for future growth.

This position is responsible for strategic, academic and administrative leadership and intersects education, management, theatre and disability sectors.

Deadline: October 28th, 2021 at noon

Accessibility

If you require any accommodations in your application process, please let us know at 604-322-7325 at least one week prior to the deadline.

Realwheels strongly supports and values diversity and fosters an equitable and inclusive work environment. We welcome and encourage applications from members of all equity-seeking groups and invite you to self-identify in your application. We will be pleased to assist you with appropriate accommodation either in the interview and/or workplace.

Organizations

Realwheels Theatre

Realwheels Theatre creates and produces performances that deepen understanding of the disability experience. We tell stories in which disability itself is not the focus of conflict, but rather forms the landscape upon which universal issues are debated onstage. Our vision is full inclusion and integration of disability both on – and off – Canadian stages; a barrier-free, diverse performing arts world that reflects the real world and all of its people.