About the TBSO

Administrative Staff Positions

NOHFC Database Administrator Intern

The TBSO is hiring a Database Administrator Intern. This is a one-year internship with a possibility of permanent, full-time employment. By managing Sumac, the TBSO’s database, you will play an integral role in achieving the TBSO’s goal of creating meaningful relationships with its concert-goers and supporters. A properly maintained database is a key component to building the TBSO’s capacity and programming.

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NOHFC Database Administrator Intern

Finance Administrator, PT

The Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra (TBSO) is looking for an experienced Finance Administrator on a part-time basis. The TBSO is a small but complex not-for-profit organization supporting a 30-player professional orchestra with a total staff complement of 36. The orchestra also engages soloists and guest artists on a regular basis, and performs over 30 concerts a season.

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Finance Administrator, PT 

Orchestra & Artistic Staff Positions

There are currently six positions available.

  • Principal Trumpet
  • Section Violin (2 positions)
  • Section Cello
  • Principal Viola (one year, possibly permanent)
  • Section Bassoon

Please visit our audition page for details.

Welcome to Thunder Bay

Thunder Bay, Ontario

Welcome to the City that is Superior by Nature. Located on the north shore of Lake Superior, under the protective watch of the Sleeping Giant, Thunder Bay is rich in people and resources, and connects Northwestern Ontario to the world. Thunder Bay has five Sister Cities through which economic development, education, friendship, goodwill, and tourism are promoted. Thunder Bay is the largest community on Lake Superior. With a population of 109,140, it is the most populous municipality in Northwestern Ontario and the second most populous in Northern Ontario after Greater Sudbury.

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Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra

The Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra is the only fully professional orchestra between Toronto and Winnipeg. Celebrating over 55 seasons, the Orchestra currently includes 30 full-time musicians, performing a wide-ranging repertoire from the great classical masterworks to pops and children’s concerts. The TBSO strives to be the best regional orchestra in Canada, appealing to as wide and diverse an audience as possible through excellent performances and original programming.

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