Call for Board Members – 2020
Presentation House Theatre (PHT) is currently seeking new volunteer board members to begin their terms at the coming AGM in December of 2020.
Bring your skills and passion
The PHT Board of Directors is a governance board that oversees the non-profit organization’s finances, big-picture strategy, and ensures that the company is carrying out its mission, mandate, vision, and values. We are always open to meeting board members from different backgrounds and skillsets, and are specifically seeking people with experience or expertise in the following areas:
- Anti-Racism and Decolonizing Work
- Financial Management/Bookkeeping/Accounting
- Strategic Planning
Specific roles on the board that we are seeking to fill:
- Junior Board Member* (may also be secretary)
Our Board of Directors meets approximately 6-7 times a year, with a break during the summer months, plus additional duties as required. Terms are two years in length, with a maximum of three consecutive terms.
*The Junior Board Member is a position open to students, emerging producers, and other individuals interested in learning about arts management or the governance of theatre companies and/or nonprofits. This is a position with a one-year term that may be renewed for up to two consecutive terms.
To submit for a position, or inquire with further questions, please contact Managing Director Andrea Loewen at firstname.lastname@example.org with the following:
- a brief statement of your interest
- what roles or areas of expertise you can contribute
- any accessibility accommodations you may require
- a record of your professional experience and education (resume/CV, website, LinkedIn profile, etc.)
PHT is committed to being an inclusive and anti-oppressive organization for people from all backgrounds. BIPOC and LGBTQ2+ people are encouraged to apply.
At Presentation House Theatre (PHT), we understand that THE PERFORMING ARTS ARE a powerful tool in creating community by building bridges and connections between people. Buildings are ‘enablers’ of activity, allowing people to create, gather, and dream, and so our MISSION is threefold:
- To facilitate meaningful connections between people through the development, production and presentation of professional theatre for children, youth and adults regionally, nationally and internationally.
- To create community and bridge generations and cultures on Vancouver’s north shore through shared professional theatre experiences.
- To operate and manage the facility of Presentation House, a North Shore Performing Arts Cultural Centre.
DIVERSE INCLUSION: We believe theatre is for everyone, across cultures, generations, abilities, and incomes. We strive to include broad and intersecting identities in our community and a special focus on meaningful, decolonized partnership with those Indigenous to this land.
ACCESSIBILITY: We seek to remove all barriers that may prevent someone from participating in our community, be they physical, financial, or otherwise.
HUMANITY: We see live performing arts as an inherently human art form, gathering people together for a shared experience. Because of this, we always seek a human-first approach to our work, approaching our partners, audience, artists, and staff as people, not means to an end.
HEALTH AND SAFETY: We believe that art, and theatre in particular, are vital to healthy hearts, minds, and communities. This means that we take care of one another physically, mentally, and emotionally and approach difficult subject matter with care.
ACCOUNTABILITY: We know we will make mistakes, and when we do, we own up to them and make them right. We expect the same from the partners we work with.