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Join The Team.

Since 2000, we have established a reputation as the best employer in the business by providing the highest-quality, specialty rigging, lighting and labour support services in the industry. Our philosophy is simple: fulfilled employees result in satisfied clients.

We invest in our team so that our team can invest in their work. Our crew receive: fair wages and free training in all areas of the industry

We are always looking for good, hard-working, people who rise to the challenge and take pride in working to a higher standard. If you are interested in working with us, send your resume to


REPORTS TO: On-site supervisor and HR manager
Overall Responsibilities:
  • Assist the set-up and removal of temporary lighting and rigging equipment (lights, cabling, dimming systems, chain motors, truss, sound systems, AV systems etc.) for live entertainment productions
  • Assist the load and unload of trucks on-site
  • Strong sense of teamwork
  • Strong sense of customer service
  • Ability to lift 50 pounds
  • Ability to work at all hours of day and night
  • Past experience in theatre, corporate or music industry production a benefit
Terms of employment:
  • Casual on-call work. Worker has the right to accept or refuse any work offered at time of offering
  • All work paid on an hourly basis
  • Work hours begin at all hours of the day and night


DEPARTMENT: Labour Deptartment
REPORTS TO: General Manager
Overall Responsibilities:
  • Booking casual roster crew in a team environment with 2 other Labour Coordinators
  • Foster an environment of respect and inclusion with crew
  • Liaise with crew to assist improved communication between management and employees
  • Develop and maintain crew policy (recruitment, retention, training, incentive, etc.)
  • Develop strategies for better efficiency in data entry and crew communication
  • Employee safety, welfare, wellness and health management
  • Ensure that Crew master (a crew scheduling tool) is accurate and up to date
  • Identify areas of need for crew training and implement crew training opportunities
  • Participate in weekly operations meetings
  • Facilitate meetings with crew to ensure they know they have a voice with the company
  • Be available for "on call" phone calls, including weekend work
  • Crew Newsletter
  • Manage recruitment, hiring, discipline and terminations
  • Create and maintain casual roster employee review process. including compensation and benefits administration
  • Coordinate and track crew training opportunities and attendance
  • Maintain roster lists and crew data to ensure accuracy
  • Maintains the work structure by updating job requirements and job descriptions for all positions
  • Follows up with Crew for Late, No Shows, Bails, etc.
  • Booking Crew Chief Meetings
  • Chair for Labour Department
  • Assist in the creation of crew retention environment, policy and process
  • Site work experience in live event technical field is crucial for success in this position
  • Previous crew booking experience a great asset
  • High school diploma or GED
  • Mac user interface experience
  • Strong knowledge of the use Microsoft Excel/Google Docs & Sheets software required
  • Good general knowledge of lighting and rigging equipment is required
Terms of employment:
  • 40 hours per week
  • $45,000 - 55,000 annually


DEPARTMENT: Administration
REPORTS TO: Sales Manager
Overall Responsibilities:
  • Perform a variety of tasks including:
  • Entering quotes to custom database
  • Support rental reps gathering event details and entering into database
  • Operations support
  • Convention Centre Liaison
  • File maintenance, closing files on completion, forwarding billing information to accounting
  • Managing sales calendar (meetings, pre-event, site, safety meetings)
  • Establish work priorities, delegate work to office support staff and ensure deadlines are met and procedures are followed 

  • Meet and work with clients to establish their event equipment and labour needs
  • Coordinate and plan for equipment, supplies, maintenance and security services
  • Manage sales calendar (meetings, pre-event, site, safety meetings)
  • Conduct analyses, oversee administrative operations related to budgeting, contracting and 
project planning and management processes
  • Create details quotes for events and supply to client and entering quotes into database 
 support rental reps gathering event details and entering into database
  • Assist in preparing operating budget, maintain inventory and budgetary controls, incl. 
forwarding billing information to accounting
  • File maintenance, closing files on completion and prepare periodic reports and 
correspondence, manuals 
 support operations and liaise with Vancouver Convention Centre
  • Supervise technicians and related staff as needed 

  • 2-5 years experience in office administration or similar types of positions within the industry
  • Strong math, organization and scheduling skills
  • Ability to adapt to many different roles and needs
  • Excellent communication, organizational and time-management skills, verbal and written
  • Self motivated, organized and accountable
  • Full understanding of how the live event industry functions in a true 24/7 fashion
  • High school diploma or GED
  • Mac user interface experience
  • Strong MSExcel skills
Terms of employment: