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.  

Audience Services Associate

Employment Opportunity

The Capitol Centre is looking for part-time Audience Services Associates to join our team. The Audience Services Associate will support ticket services and Front of House operations working to ensure an excellent patron experience.

RESPONSIBILITIES: 

As part of the Capitol Centre team, the Audience Services Associate reports to and supports the Audience Services Manager. This position is responsible for:

QUALIFICATIONS: 

Please direct your resume and cover letter to the attention of Katina Connolly, Executive Director - Capitol Centre, 150 Main Street East, North Bay, ON P1B 1A8 or emailed to:  kconnolly@capitolcentre.org.  




Archival Digitization Coordinator

The Capitol Centre, with the financial support of NOHFC, is offering the following one year contract opportunity.

Job Description: The Archival Digitization Coordinator will be responsible for cataloguing all historic items and documents and digitizing copies where possible. This position will ensure preventative conservation of original records and will be responsible for creating two digital catalogues – one for interal use and one for external access in order to enhance accessibility to these records across the organization and within the community where appropriate. This position will work closely with the Marketing Department by assisting with content engagement for online use showcasing various archived items. The intern will also connect with community partners to gather additional documents and first person accounts that will supplement the archives we are currently in possession of. They will assist in developing educational, programming and exhibition assets from archived resources which engages the diverse public of the North Bay area, and provides a look into the rich past of the Capitol Centre and North Bay.

Qualifications: University or college graduate who has graduated within the last three years from an accredited college or university.  The candidate must be a graduate of a post-secondary degree or diploma program.  The position will be a first full-time employment in the candidate’s field of study. Strong communication skills and an autonomous work ethic is a must. A background in arts management, office administration, or marketing and familiarity working with scanners and digital platforms.

Salary: $33,488 per annum

Resume (including cover letter and three references) may be directed to the attention of Katina Connolly, Executive Director, Capitol Centre, 150 Main Street East, North Bay, ON P1B1A8 or emailed to kconnolly@capitolcentre.org.

We thank all for replying but only those invited for an interview will be contacted.

This opportunity is proudly supported by Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation and is funded through the Workforce Development Program. Eligibility requirements of the program can be found here: https://nohfc.ca/en/pages/programs/people-talent-program/workforce-development-stream



Professional Bartender

Employment Opportunity

The Capitol Centre is looking for part-time Bartenders to join our team. Bartenders are expected to be available for a minimum of 2-3 shifts per month and would work events in both the theatre and gallery. Most shifts would be scheduled for the evening or weekends.

RESPONSIBILITIES: 

As part of the Capitol Centre team, Bartenders are responsible for:

QUALIFICATIONS: 

Please direct your resume and cover letter to the attention of Katina Connolly, Executive Director - Capitol Centre, 150 Main Street East, North Bay, ON P1B 1A8 or emailed to:  kconnolly@capitolcentre.org