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||Cultural Production Coordinator (Community Services Coordinator 2)
||Full Time Regular
||This is a unique position with an advanced level of professional work related to the diverse operation and administration of the new Surrey City Hall Council Chambers performance venue and Atrium space. Reporting to the Performing Arts Manager and working with an Arts Services staff team the Operations Coordinator will be responsible for planning, coordinating and implementing civic and community performing arts programs and services. The Operations Coordinator will establish and maintain effective working relationships with various professional organizations, community groups and agencies as well as other City departments and will be responsible for ensuring efficient and timely delivery of technical requirements for all facility bookings. The Operations Coordinator will actively promote the new City Hall cultural venues and serve as the primary contact and liaison for the facility.
||The Coordinator will oversee the daily operations of the City Hall Council Chamber performance venue and Atrium including: supervision, training and scheduling of theatre staff, developing and administering annual budgets, monitoring of expenditures and revenues and preparing related reports. The Operations Coordinator will provide input and recommendations for policies and procedures and lead the development and delivery of marketing and promotional programs for these cultural venues. This role also includes maintaining a current and accurate inventory of theatre equipment.
||Strong interpersonal skills, leadership abilities, oral communication and public relations skills are essential for promotion of this venue and establishing and maintaining positive working relationships with all user groups. Highly developed written communication and report writing skills are required. Knowledge and experience in theatre programming, production, technology and administration are essential for success in this position.
The successful candidate will hold a university or college level graduation in a related discipline and have 3-5 years of progressively responsible experience in the delivery of professional cultural programs including experience in facility management. An equivalent combination of education and experience will be considered. Candidates must have technical skills and expertise applicable to the specific role.
||Effective fall 2013, City Hall will be moving to a new state-of-the-art facility located in North Surrey (King George and 104th area). Surrey's New City Hall (NCH) is part of the Build Surrey program, designed to make Surrey an even more exciting place to live and work, and to position the city for growth over the next decade. NCH will act as a catalyst to stimulate job creation in the city and will be easily accessible to residents and businesses.
||This position requires completion of criminal record check.
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