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Lyceum Theatre Looking for Relief Manager

The Gull Lake Lyceum Theater is a community-owned theater, operated by a board, manager and dedicated group of volunteers. The theater is a fully modern theater with a state-of-the-art Digital system, Real D 3D and 7,1 surround sound. The theater prides itself on providing a top quality movie experience with small town hospitality. The Lyceum serves a large area with patrons coming from all over southwest Saskatchewan, for a unique theater experience.

Role:
The Gull Lake Lyceum Theater is passionate about providing our patrons with an exceptional entertainment experience.
Responsibilities:

Open and Close the Theatre.
Operate the Gate and Concession.
Operate the Digital Projection System
Required to work some weekends.

Skills:
The successful candidate must have strong communication skills.
• Excellent problem solving and troubleshooting skills.
• Strong computer aptitude.
• Ability to work in a fast-paced environment.
• Previous experience operating a modern digital projection system with Real D an asset but is not required.
• Any previous in working in a theatre, fast food, restaurant, or similar environment is considered an asset but is not a requirement.

** Applications must be received by October 21,  2017 at 5 PM. Please send your application to:

Wendy Klein
lyceumtheatresk@gmail.com

Lyceum Theatre Looking for Relief Manager Business GULL LAKE  Jobs Community

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