Employment

The Capitol Centre operates as a not-for-profit performing and visual arts organization for a community of 54,000 and beyond. This multi-use facility is the jewel in the very centre of the Northeast. It is home to the WKP Kennedy Gallery, the North Bay Symphony String School, and features a season boosting multi-disciplinary acts from around the world.

Currently Available Opportunities

Box Office Manager | Curator, WKP Kennedy Gallery


BOX OFFICE MANAGER

The Box Office Manager is accountable to the Executive Director and manages Box Office Associates who are the face of the Capitol Centre. 

Responsibilities: The Box Office Manager is responsible for ensuring the highest level of customer service is available to patrons through the oversight of day-to-day operation of the Box Office. This includes daily maintenance and administrative duties in the Box Office, handling customer inquiries and providing support for ticketing software, balancing daily sales reports, coordination of all ticket sales, and working with other Capitol Centre departments.

Qualifications: Experience in sales and customer service is necessary for this position alongside a clear understanding of accounting standards and balancing daily sales reports. Familiarity with ticketing software and troubleshooting online systems and bilingualism is an asset. The successful candidate will have strong written and verbal communication, a passion for art and cutlure, as well as an ability to thrive and multi-task as part of a team in a fast-paced work environment. Evening and weekend work will be required.

Remuneration commensurate with experience.

Submit resumes to Selection Committee, C/O Katina Connolly at kconnolly@capitolcentre.org or drop off at the Box Office at 150 Main Street East, North Bay ON P1B 1A8. Closing date for this positions is August 3 at 4:00pm. Thank you for your interest, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.


CURATOR, WKP KENNEDY GALLERY

The Curator of the WKP Kennedy Gallery is accountable to the Executive Director and reports to the Board of Directors as well as the Gallery Advisory Committee.

Responsibilities: The Curator is responsible for the operation of the gallery including programming, fundraising, grant writing, community outreach and volunteer management. This position oversees a permanent collection and all visual arts programming and an ongoing exhibition program. The Curator works directly with artists, curators, the public and other Capitol Centre departments.

Qualifications: A Visual Arts Background is necessary for this position, preferably a formal arts education such as a Bachelor of Arts with a major in Fine Arts or Art History. Experience in curatorial and collections management as well as fundraising and grant writing is an asset. The successful candidate will have strong written and verbal communication, an ‘eye’ for design and a passion for the arts, as well as an ability to thrive and multi-task as part of a team in a fast-paced work environment. Evening and weekend work will be required.

Remuneration commensurate with experience.

Submit resumes to Selection Committee, C/O Katina Connolly at kconnolly@capitolcentre.org or drop off at the Box Office at 150 Main Street East, North Bay ON P1B 1A8. Closing date for this position is August 3 at 4:00pm. Thank you for your interest, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.