ABOUT THE CAPITOL: The Cameco Capitol Arts Centre houses the Capitol Theatre now a designated national historic site. The Capitol, built in 1930, made movie history in Canada showing the first “talkie” and has functioned as a multi-entertainment venue since its re-birth in 1995. The Capitol has enjoyed growth over the past five years and is poised for the next chapter in its evolution.
As its future unfolds, a new organizational structure will take place to provide leadership and management at a pivotal moment. This NEW position is a wonderful career opportunity to join a small team of like-minded professionals, active Board of Directors and 200 volunteers, all dedicated to excellence in serving, entertaining and engaging Capitol patrons.
The Capitol draws top industry talent for it’s professional productions and taps in to the local creative community for amateur and semi-professional productions. Operating year round, the Capitol offers live theatre, concerts, selections from the Toronto International Film Festival, MET Operas presented via satellite, and much more by way of two splendid performance spaces.
The Cameco Capitol Arts Centre is an equal opportunity employer and we encourage candidates of all backgrounds to apply. We thank applicants for their interest, however, only those advancing in the process will be contacted.