We respectfully acknowledge the Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Úxwumixw (Squamish), səl̓ilw̓ətaʔɬ (Tsleil-Waututh), and xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) Nations, on whose traditional unceded territories we are honoured to be permitted to gather and work.

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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 receives 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 [email protected]

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CURRENT OPENINGS

DEPARTMENT: Site
REPORTS TO: On-site supervisor and labour coordinator
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 in the load and unload of trucks on-site.
Qualifications:
  • Strong sense of customer service.
  • Strong sense of teamwork.
  • Ability to lift 30 pounds.
  • Ability to work at all hours of day and night.
  • Past experience in theatre, corporate or music industry production is a benefit.
Terms of employment:
  • Casual on-call work. The worker has the right to accept or refuse any work offered at the time of offering.
  • All work is paid on an hourly basis.
  • Work hours begin at all hours of the day and night.

TO APPLY, PLEASE SEND RESUME TO [email protected]

DEPARTMENT: Operations/Site
REPORTS TO: Rigging Operations Manager
Overall Responsibilities:
  • Utilize wire rope, cordage, chain, connecting hardware, hoisting devices, slings and other rigging hardware.
  • Ensure a safe work environment & comply with all OHS regulations, HR policies & industry best practices.
  • Have a teamwork-based attitude.
  • Communicate verbally in a clear & concise manner.
  • Demonstrate patience, sensitivity and tolerance towards other people’s needs.
  • Follow instructions & ask for clarification if unclear about the objective.
  • High steel rigging for arena/stadium shows (100’+)

    Safe use of Fall Protection equipment when working at height to access building structure (eg. horizontal lifelines, full-body harness, Y-lanyard) Raise and safely secure rigging points as directed by Ground Rigging team

    Inspect & verify installation or rigging points. Make adjustments to show rigging as directed by Ground Rigging team

    Safely remove rigging equipment

    May also assist the Ground Rigging team with assembling various types of rigging steel (eg. baskets, deadhangs, chokes), running motors and hanging truss
  • Lift rigging for corporate shows

    Access building structure using MEWP, ladder or scaffolding

    Safely secure rigging equipment to fixed engineered point or building structure

    Inspect & verify installation or rigging points. Make adjustments to show rigging as directed by Ground Rigging team

    Safely remove rigging equipment

    Create ground support towers/structure

    May also assist the Ground Rigging team with assembling various types of rigging steel (eg. baskets, deadhangs, chokes), running motors and hanging truss
  • Special Projects

    BC Place secondary roof installations/removals & roof openings/closings

    Permanent installations (indoors & outdoors)

    Inspection, maintenance & repair of rigging equipment

    Training for Jr. staff
Qualifications:
  • ETCP certified preferred
  • Rope Access (SPRAT or IRATA) is a benefit
  • Professional experience in Theatre/Arena rigging preferred
  • Experience in the operation of MEWPs is a benefit
  • High school diploma or GED
  • Fall protection certified
  • 2 years minimum post-secondary training (related theatre training)
Terms of employment:
  • On-call
  • Casual
  • Varied from week to week
  • Work is cyclical with very busy times and very quiet times

TO APPLY, PLEASE SEND RESUME TO [email protected]

DEPARTMENT: Labour
REPORTS TO: General Manager
Overall Responsibilities:
  • Booking casual roster crew in a team environment with two other Labout Coordinators
  • Foster an environment of respect and inclusion with the crew
  • Liaise with the crew to assist in improved communication between management and employees
  • Develop and maintain crew policy (recruitment, retention, training, incentives, etc.)
  • Develop strategies for better efficiency in data entry, crew communication
  • Employee safety, welfare, wellness and health management
  • Ensure that Crew master (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 the crew to ensure they know they have a voice in the company
  • e available for "on-call" phone calls, including weekend work
  • Create and maintain a casual roster employee review process. including compensation and benefits administration
  • Coordinate and track crew training opportunities, 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
Qualifications:
  • Site work experience in the 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 of Microsoft Excel/Google Docs & Sheets software required
  • Good general knowledge of lighting and rigging equipment is required
Terms of employment:
  • Full time
  • Benefits
  • RRSP
  • Bonus

TO APPLY, PLEASE SEND RESUME TO [email protected]

DEPARTMENT: Operations
REPORTS TO: Shop Manager
Overall Responsibilities:
  • Assisting trucking (logistics, driver booking, maintenance)
  • Regular 5-ton driving responsibilities (deliveries and pickups of Riggit and sub rental gear from various locations)
  • Assist shipping and receiving
  • Truck loading and unloading
  • Forklift driving in warehouse area
  • Cleaning and maintaining all Riggit rental equipment
  • Hoist maintenance (training/certification provided)
  • Prep and de-prep of all Riggit rental equipment
  • Assist inventory tracking and recording
  • Maintaining shop physical space organization
  • Assist general building maintenance and cleaning
  • Special projects
Qualifications:
  • High school diploma or GED
  • PC and Mac user interface experience
  • Forklift certification
  • 5-ton straight truck driver with Airbrake endorsement
  • Experience in a warehouse environment
  • Shipping and receiving experience an asset
  • Clean driver’s abstract (must be provided)
  • Airbrake endorsement an asset
  • Experience with Excel and inventory tracking software
Terms of employment:
  • Full-time
  • Benefits

TO APPLY, PLEASE SEND RESUME TO [email protected]