CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: Accessibility Coordinator

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Our commitment to a safe workspace and removing barriers to applications:

PTC is committed to treating all applicants and employees with dignity and respect in a workplace free from all forms of discriminatory treatment, behaviour or practice.

We strongly encourage submissions from all qualified individuals.

PTC is working purposefully to provide a safe work environment for everyone, including folks who have been systemically excluded from the arts sector, not limited to but including Black, Indigenous and racialized people, people living with disabilities, and two-spirit, queer, trans and non-binary persons.

We want to remove any barriers you might experience in the application process.

We’re excited to provide access/accommodation to support each applicant.

Please contact Heidi by emailing or phone 604-685-6228.

(You can leave your name and number and Heidi will return your call, as we are all working from home at the moment.)


Do you have a passion for integrating theatre and accessibility practice together? Are you an advocate for underrepresented communities? Do you excel at working across platforms, from the digital to in-person events? 

If this is you, apply for the Accessibility Coordinator role with PTC.


Playwrights Theatre Centre is looking for an accessibility coordinator with experience in accessibility practice for public events and digital projects. We need an individual that has worked with community consultants and accessibility service organizations before. We’re looking for someone that has training in working with underrepresented communities and groups, with knowledge of the fundamentals of conducting respectful and safe communications. Also, has supported the implementation of accessibility values for events, and a strong understanding of accessibility features for various digital platforms. Furthermore, we need a collaborative and self-sufficient person that values teamwork. Mental Health First Aid, Anti-Racism, Anti-Oppression and Equity Diversity Inclusivity (EDI) training is a plus.

Projects include: UNSCRIPTED (March & June 2022), a short-form cross-platform digital project (ongoing through 2022) and other public events.

Apply by email to Davey Calderon, Dramaturg – Public Engagement at with a cover letter and resume as one PDF. Word, video and audio applications are also welcomed.

Your cover letter is a chance to connect your experiences to the role and the company. Why would you like to work with us? What perspective or approach would you bring to access coordination at PTC? Taking a look at our website and social media feeds can give you additional information about the company to help frame your letter.

This position requires online work, so applicants must have access to their own phone, computer and internet access. Access to a vehicle is an asset.

Areas of responsibility:

  • Work with the PTC staff and artistic teams to create an accessibility plan.
  • Research and adapt current PTC accessibility documentation and resources that communicates the organization’s accessibility values and programming to contracted artists and audiences;
  • Research and create accessibility content for pubic (in-person and digital) events and workshops;
  • Work with PTC staff to engage community consultants and access service providers for public programming.
  • Work with the Community Engagement Producer and Communications Manager to ensure access needs is part of the marketing and community engagement plan.

Helpful skills:

  • A high understanding of the protocols working with communities such as those that identify as d/Deaf or Hard of Hearing, who identify as blind or with vision loss, and other communities (ie those that identify as Aneurotypical, people with Disabilities or lived experience of Disabilities, people who are Mad identified, people living with Mental Illness, and 2SLBTQQAI+);
  • Create clear written documents in English. (Whether English is your first language or not, we welcome you to apply.) Other language skills are a welcome asset.
  • Experience in working and using digital platforms (ie Youtube, Facebook, Instagram etc).
  • Translate complex information into accessible content.
  • Consider cultural protocols as essential elements in communication engagement plans.


Term: February 1, 2022 – July 31, 2022 with the possibility to renew.
Fee: $7000.00
This is a contract position, estimated 280 hours at $25/hr.
AC must provide their own laptop or computer.

PTC’s office is on the ground floor at PL 1422. The access audit is available here. The successful candidate can create a mix of in-person and remote work in consultation with the team.

This position requires online work, so applicants must have access to their own phone, computer and internet access. Access to a vehicle is an asset.

Candidates must be legally able to work in Canada.

PTC is unable to pay relocation costs.