General Manager 

Primary Purpose: The General Manager is responsible for the production and
presentation of innovative cultural theatre experiences that engage and
empower First Nations, Metis and Inuit youth, artists and the greater
Saskatchewan community.

Nature of Work: The General Manager (GM) is responsible for the day to day
operations of the company in cooperation and equal delivery with the Artistic
Director (AD). Together they execute the organization’s strategic direction and
uphold the vision, mission and values of GTNT with the support of the Board of
Directors. The General Manager is responsible for overseeing the effective
administration of GTNT including the activities of all employees, and
maintaining positive and effective relationships with all stakeholders. The GM
will also make every effort to uphold, honour and respect Saskatchewan First
Nations, Métis and Inuit cultural heritage.

Education and Experience: A relevant undergraduate degree is required along
with 3 to 5 years of progressive experience. An equivalent combination of
education and experience may be considered. The required skills and abilities
for this position is to possess strong fiscal/budget management experience,
human resources experiences; the ability to lead a team effectively, and possess
strong interpersonal skills. In addition, the candidate must have the ability to
build and maintain strong relationships with potential funders. The ability to
engage the First Nations, Métis, Inuit, and theatre communities is necessary for
this individual to succeed.

Accountabilities/Competencies:
• Knowledge of First Nations, Métis and Inuit customs and protocols
particularly Saskatchewan based
• A demonstrably strong track record in producing theatre in Canada
including understanding of agreements with CAEA, contracting issues,
scheduling, and budgetary concerns.
• Knowledge of all government legislation applicable to not-for-profit
corporations and registered charities, and all labour, occupational health
and safety and human rights standards
• Strong financial management skills and experience in creating,
managing, presenting, and interpreting budgets and competency in
forecasting and monitoring cash flow
• A demonstrated track record of inclusive leadership, vision,
collaboration and team building

• Proven ability to successfully develop and implement long-term strategic
and annual operating plans and measure their progress
• Experience and knowledge of marketing, advertising and public relations
activities
• Outstanding communication skills in a range of professional contexts
• Strong interpersonal skills
• Strong HR management knowledge and experience leading staff in a
team environment
• Comprehensive knowledge of current theatre scene and excellent
sectoral awareness
• Demonstrable experience of building and maintaining good relationships
with funders and demonstrable track record with securing income from
funders private and public
• Ability to speak and write clearly and persuasively, and comfortably
serve as the company’s primary public representative
• Excellent administrative and organizational skills with an emphasis on
project management
• Working knowledge of Quickbooks and Microsoft Office

The starting salary will be commensurate with education and experience and will range between $52,000 – $60,000 annually.

Cover letter and resume to be sent to the attention of the GTNT Board of
Directors and emailed to: ad@gtnt.ca

Deadline to apply:
May 17, 2019