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Artistic and Administrative Director
The Alternator Centre for Contemporary Art, Kelowna, BC
Appication Deadine: September 27, 2011
Position Type: full time contract
Start Date: November 1, 2011
Salary: $33,000 to $37,000 annually depending upon experience
Job Profile:
The Artistic and Administrative Director works closely with the Board of Directors to lead a member/volunteer-based organization that is one-of-a-kind in the city of Kelowna. This position presents the opportunity to make a significant contribution to the arts in British Columbia and beyond.
 
This key role will be of interest to arts professionals with a creative vision, a passion for contemporary art, and team-leading abilities. Our new Director will need to be an administrator with experience working with non-profit arts organizations and will be knowledgeable in contemporary art. A background in the arts or a related field is preferable. Grant-writing and fundraising skills are essential.
 
The Director will need to be a self-initiated leader who is enthusiastic about working as part of a community, with great interpersonal skills and a willingness to create and maintain good relationships.
 
Our successful candidate will understand and practice the artistic values expressed in our mandate and vision statement. The Director must value integrity, honesty, transparency, compassion and patience. In the current funding climate, the Director will need to possess the skills and abilities to lead us to future growth and financial sustainability.
   
Responsibilities:

1. Daily administration
2. Facility operations and leasing
3. Accounts receivable and payable
4. Financial records and bookkeeping
5. Budget preparation and management
6. Human resources including scheduling and supervision of staff and contractors
7. Funding applications and proposals
8. Internal liaison and communication
9. External liaison with funders, sponsors, allied agencies, media and the community at large
10. Programming and artist selection
11. Exhibition logistics
12. Programming and exhibitions administration
 
Qualifications:

• A minimum of 3 years progressively responsible experience in the cultural field, including at least two years in a leadership role
• Experience and knowledge of gallery operating functions including outreach activities within the community at large
• Strong record of fundraising including grant writing, donor relations and events
• High level of proficiency in spoken and written English
• MFA preferred with exemplary knowledge of contemporary art practices
• Proven track record in financial management and planning
 
How to apply:

Please include a cover letter and current CV.
 
Mail applications:
Hiring Committee, Alternator Centre for Contemporary Art
421 Cawston Ave, Unit 103
Kelowna, BC
V1Y 6Z1
 
Email applications:
Attn Hiring Committee
hr@alternatorgallery.com
 
Applications must be received by Spetember 27, 2011
Incomplete or faxed applications will not be accepted. We appreciate all applications received; however, only short-listed applicants will be contacted. 
http://www.alternatorcentre.com

Administrative Assistant
Station Gallery
Application deadline: September 27, 2011
Part time – 12 hrs per week
The Opportunity
Station Gallery just keeps on growing. We’re looking for terrific part-time someone to provide admin and front line back-up.

You are…
- Warm & friendly, with an extensive administrative background
- Highly organized – in a perfect world you’re an MS Office and database wiz
- Able to manage your time well, can prioritize tasks, and always respond promptly to e-mails and phone calls.

We are…
At Station Gallery we like to think that we’re a little different. We’re a bustling arts and culture centre that hums with activity. So much more than just four walls…Station Gallery is at the heart of building a creative community in Durham Region.

We’re extremely proud of our team and committed to finding the right fit.
Curious and qualified? Please submit your resume and cover letter by September 27 to Anne Sims, Director of Visitor Services and Administration simsa@whitby.ca

Manager, Culture Operations
City of Mississauga
Application Deadline: Friday September 30, 2011

Website: http://www.mississauga.ca
Term: Full-time
Location: Mississauga
Salary: $86,292 - $115,054

Job Description
Under the direction of the Director, Culture Division, the Manager Culture Operations will lead a committed team, including arts and culture programs, Meadowvale Theatre, Museums of Mississauga, Film and Television Office, Program Promotion Coordinator and the Web Specialist, to support a vibrant and growing arts and culture community. Working with the community and stakeholders will be responsible for assessing Mississauga’s cultural health and developing programs and services to sustain the community and foster growth.
• Plans, develops, reviews and directs professional arts and culture staff in the delivery of a wide range of cultural programs, services and events for all residents.
• Hosts public consultations as required and makes presentation to the public, council etc. that promote and foster cultural growth within Mississauga.
• Anticipates and understand future trends and how they will impact cultural programs and services, how to balance these against Mississauga’s cultural reality and how to leverage them for success.
• Seeks out, reviews, evaluates viable private sector proposals to facilitate City cultural services and programs and develops partnerships to support new initiatives that are compatible with the interests for the Culture Division.
• Using a community development approach, works with external agencies including Mississauga Arts Council, Living Arts Centre, Art Gallery of Mississauga, Visual Arts Mississauga, Heritage Mississauga, Boards of Education, UTM, Sheridan College and other cultural businesses and organizations to understand their needs and develop program and services to address these as well as to foster growth and sustainability.
• Hires, supervises, evaluates Meadowvale Theatre Manager; Manager, Museums; Manager, Arts and Culture Programs; Film and Television Officer; and Web Specialist.
• Develops options to increase revenues, institute efficiencies and pursue other sources of funding, including grant requests as applicable in order to offset increased costs for the delivery of programs and services.
• Ensures adherence to Health and Safety regulations for all cultural facilities operated by the Culture Division.
• Ensures compliance with applicable City policies and procedures.
• Ensures transparent and thorough administration of grants programs and makes recommendations to City Council, managing political expectations.
• Reviews and monitors all policies, by-laws and procedures impacting cultural operations and influences changes as necessary to support long term vision of cultural development in Mississauga.
• Prepares reports for Director, Commissioner and Council as required.
• Responsible for development and on-going monitoring of Culture Operations operating budget, including making mid-year adjustments as needed to ensure adherence to the budget.
• Ensures cross-collaboration with Cultural Planning and Heritage Planning staff.
• Performs other related duties as assigned.

Requirements
• Graduate from a recognized university with a degree in Fine Arts, Arts Management, Social Sciences or related discipline.
• Minimum 7 years progressive experience working in municipal cultural setting with experience in translating a vision into reality.
• Strong Leadership Skills with demonstrated ability to lead a committed team.
• Strong understanding of the arts, heritage, culture sectors mandatory along with ability to relate cultural needs to local economy and business needs.
• Evidence of experience working from a community development approach an asset.
• Demonstrated superior judgment, and decision making skills, strong supervisory, leadership and team building abilities required.
• Excellent oral and written communications skills required and an ability to liaise effectively with the public, elected officials and outside agencies.
• Must have strong organizational skills and a demonstrated ability to develop partnerships and work collaboratively with the community, businesses and government organizations.

Additional Information
Employment offer is conditional upon receipt of a Criminal Record Search that is acceptable to the City of Mississauga.
If you wish to pursue this exciting career opportunity, please apply on-line no later than Friday, September 30, 2011.
To apply go to: www.mycitycareer.ca
We thank all who apply, however, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. All personal information is collected under the authority of the Municipal Act. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Organization Description
As Canada’s sixth largest city, Mississauga is home to 734,000 residents and 55,000 businesses, including 63 Fortune 500 companies with Canadian head offices or major divisional head offices. A diverse, progressive and award-winning municipality located on the shores of Lake Ontario in the heart of the Greater Toronto Area, Mississauga is one of Greater Toronto's Top 90 Employers for 2010. Enhancing its citizens’ quality of life by providing superior services, revitalizing its infrastructure and conserving the environment, Mississauga is committed to innovation, operational excellence and fiscal responsibility which is reflected in its motto: “Leading Today for Tomorrow.”

Assistant Curator/ Registrar
MacLarenArtCentre
Application deadline: Monday, October 3, 2011

Job description
MacLarenArtCentre, Barrie
The MacLarenArtCentre seeks an Assistant Curator/Registrar with experience in exhibition coordination, collections management and public programmes. Reporting to the Curator, the Assistant Curator/Registrar is responsible for the coordination of temporary exhibitions, circulating exhibitions and exhibitions from the Permanent Collection, and the conservation of the Permanent Collection. 
 
Qualifications
* Masters Degree in Art History
* A Certificate in Collections Management or equivalent
* A minimum of two years full-time work experience in this capacity in a public art gallery
* Excellent knowledge of contemporary and historical art, gallery education and administration
* Demonstrated knowledge of and experience with standard professional museum practice, particularly as it relates to collections management and exhibition procedures
* Excellent written and oral communication skills
* Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work in a team environment
* Excellent organizational skills with superior attention to detail
* The ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously
* Computer literacy in all applicable software/applications
* A valid Ontario driver’s license and access to a vehicle
* The ability to work flexible hours, including weekends and evenings
 
The deadline for applications is 5 pm on Monday, October 3, 2011
This is a permanent position, full-time position (40 hours per week within a flexible schedule) offering a competitive salary based on experience and qualifications, and a comprehensive benefit package after the initial three month probation.
 
Please send a personalized cover letter and curriculum vitae in confidence to:
The Hiring Committee, c/o Carolyn Bell Farrell, Executive Director, MacLarenArtCentre, 37 Mulcaster Street, Barrie, ON L4M 3M2 or by email to: carolyn@maclarenart.com
 
The MacLarenArtCentre is an equal opportunity employer serving our diverse communities. Although we appreciate all applications, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. The successful candidate will be required to supply a current vulnerable sector police check before work can commence. 
 
About the MacLaren
The MacLarenArtCentre is the regional public art gallery serving the residents of Barrie, the County of Simcoe and the surrounding area. The Gallery has a permanent collection of 26,600 works of art held in trust for the public and presents a year-round programme of world-class exhibitions, public art projects, education activities and special events. The MacLaren is housed in an award-winning building in downtown Barrie. This architectural landmark combines a renovated 1917 Carnegie library with a contemporary addition designed by Siamak Hariri of Hariri Pontarini Architects. The complex includes multiple galleries, an education centre, a sculpture courtyard, café, gift shop and framing department. As a cornerstone of culture for Barrie, the MacLaren is a visual arts centre that adds to the social, intellectual, creative and economic fabric of this community; it is a central meeting place, a destination for visitors from across the province, and a catalyst for downtown revitalization, contributing to the success and vitality of this city. The MacLaren is open to the public seven days week, excluding statutory holidays. Admission is by voluntary donation. The building is wheelchair accessible. Adjacent parking is ample.  

Executive Director
SAVAC (South Asian Visual Arts Centre)
Application Deadline: Monday October 3, 2011
Website: http://http://savac.net/
Position: Executive Director
Term: Full-time
Location: Toronto
Salary: $35,000 - $40,000

Job Description:
The Executive Director works closely with the Board of Directors and is responsible for leading the artistic and administrative direction of a unique and significant artist-run centre.
The successful candidate will not only be passionate, entrepreneurial and creative but also be the key spokesperson, developing the organization’s profile in the community. You must have superior inter-personal skills to manage a two-person staff team and work in collaboration with a range of visual arts and community organizations. You must have an understanding of the non-profit and/or artist-run sector in Canada, and develop the participation of South Asian artists in this sector. You must demonstrate an attention to detail and follow-through with work across a range of stakeholders including artists, funders, donors and co-presenting partners.

Role and Responsibilities:
The Executive Director provides leadership across all aspects of the organization - in governance, administration, artistic programming, marketing, outreach and community relations:
•Develops and manages annual operational and programming budgets and maintains fiscal accountability;
•Develops funds through grants, donations and sponsorships;
•Develops co-presentation partnerships and provides artistic direction and leadership in developing and executing programs;
•Demonstrates strong project management skills to undertake and realise collaborative exhibition projects;
•Provides leadership in developing media relations, marketing, outreach initiatives and works to develop the profile of the organization;
•Facilitates the work of the Board, including strategic planning, audit and Annual General Meeting preparations, policy development, and Board-lead fundraising initiatives;
•Oversees efficient day-to-day management of all aspects of operations and undertakes all tasks related to the general administration of the organization;
•Demonstrates an ability to lead and work in a team environment with knowledge of good human resource practices

Requirements:
• Minimum Bachelors degree, with emphasis on working skills and experience;
• Advanced degree is an asset
• Minimum 5 years experience in the non-profits arts sector;
• Knowledge of issues and practices in the South Asian visual arts community
• Experience writing grants and proposals

Additional Information:
This position requires a minimum of 35 hours per week.

Compensation package:
35-40 K
3 weeks vacation per year
Incentive pay program based on performance
Employer sponsored professional development courses/training
There will be an initial probationary period of 3 months.
Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted. All applicants selected for an interview will be required to submit one writing sample of a grant application, curatorial writing or proposal in advance of the interview.
No telephone inquiries please. Electronic applications are preferred.
This position will remain open till a suitable candidate is identified
Fayiaz Chunara
Chairman of the Board
Email: board@SAVAC.net
SAVAC (South Asian Visual Arts Centre)
401 Richmond St. West, Suite 450
Toronto ON M5V 3A8
CANADA
www.savac.net

Send Submissions To:
Fayiaz Chunara
401 Richmond Street West
Suite 450
Toronto Ontario
Canada M5V 3A8
t: 6478319462
e: board@savac.net

Assistant Manager, Facility Services
Art Gallery of Ontario
Application Deadline: Monday October 03, 2011

Website: http://www.ago.net/jobs
Term: Full-time
Location: Art Gallery of Ontario

Job Description
The Art Gallery of Ontario, home to one of the most diverse art collections in North America is a centre of art-based education, gallery tours, dining, and retail that is committed to delivering visitors with an incredible experience. If you’re seeking a dynamic, multi-faceted work environment and want to contribute to the Gallery’s success then bring your skills and experience to the position of
Assistant Manager, Facility Services
Regular Full-Time, 35 hours per week
We are looking for an Assistant Manager, Facility Services to manage the day-to-day cleaning activities of the Facility Services department, ensuring efficient, customer-focused delivery of custodial services. This position will also supervise the stockroom, mail, and shipping/receiving functions and the maintenance of grounds as well as public and office spaces. In doing so, this position will deliver team leadership, guidance, and training to departmental staff while resolving service delivery issues as well as assisting with the planning and administration of departmental finances and objectives.

Requirements
Our ideal candidate possesses a comprehensive knowledge of Facility management operation procedures and practices with several years directly related experience with: cleaning and housekeeping principles and procedures, mail, shipping/receiving, maintenance, material handling, and inventory control. To be successful in the position our candidate has a working knowledge of appropriate computer systems, well developed verbal and written communication skills, along with demonstrated labour management and supervisory skills and the ability to work within a collective agreement. This position also requires well-developed administrative, organizational, continuous improvement, problems-solving, trouble-shooting, interpersonal and team building skills while being detail oriented and able to multi-task. A working knowledge of Occupational Health & Safety, WHMIS and safety regulations and practices will also be required.

Additional Information
We invite individuals who reflect the diversity of our visitors to apply. Visit our website at www.ago.net/jobs and complete your online application profile by October 3, 2011. If you are including a cover letter, please address this to: The Hiring Manager.

Organization Description
Founded in 1900 by a group of private citizens as the Art Museum of Toronto, the Art Gallery of Ontario is one of the largest art museums in North America, with a physical facility of 583,000 square feet. The AGO expanded it facility in 2008 with an innovative architectural design by world-renowned architect Frank Gehry.

Studio Manager
York University
Application Deadline: Monday October 3, 2011
Website: http://yorku.ca/jobs
Term: Full-time
Location: Toronto

Job Description
Department of Visual Arts, Faculty of Fine Arts
York University offers a world-class, modern, interdisciplinary academic experience in Toronto, Canada's most multicultural city. As Canada's third largest university, York is at the centre of innovation with a thriving community of almost 60,000 faculty, staff and students who challenge the ordinary and deliver the unexpected.
York University's Faculty of Fine Arts is one of North America's premier professional training and research institutions for the visual and performing arts. One of the largest and most comprehensive programs of its kind in Canada and the only fine arts faculty in the province of Ontario, it brings together some 3,400 undergraduate and graduate students and 250 full-time and part-time faculty working at the leading edge of fine arts practice and scholarship.
In this excellent full-time opportunity the Studio Manager is accountable to the Chair of the Department of Visual Arts for the effective management of all activities in the studio areas of the Department. Studio areas within in the Department of Visual Arts include: Print Media; Photography (black & white darkroom); Digital Photo Imaging; Sculpture (woodworking, foundry, metal, stone carving); Time Based Art, Digital Media; Painting (3 studios); Drawing.
Major responsibilities include areas such as: Leadership, Operational Management, Facilities and Equipment, Budget, Technical Support, Special Projects, Health and Safety.
Education:
Bachelor of Arts or Fine Arts in Visual Arts or College Diploma in visual arts studio with expertise in one or more of the following: print media, sculpture, photography, digital media.
Experience:
Three (3) to five (5) years professional experience in a supervisory/management position with responsibility for managing a complex visual arts studio facility.

Requirements
Skills:

Demonstrated expertise in one or more of the following: print media, sculpture, photography, digital media. Thorough knowledge of current health and safety standards and principles and their practical applications in a studio/teaching environment; leadership skills; demonstrated ability to work effectively as part of a team; demonstrated excellent interpersonal skills including flexibility, discretion, diplomacy, tact, judgement; excellent organizational and management skills; proven ability to exercise good judgement and initiative; excellent oral and written communication skills; knowledge of purchasing and budgeting and contract processes. Excellent data base and spreadsheet management skills.

Additional Information
We offer comprehensive benefits and access to superb educational and recreational facilities. For full position details, qualifications and application procedures go to www.yorku.ca/jobs.
Posting Date: August 31, 2011
Position is posted until filled.
Posting Number: 7493
Position Title: Studio Manager
Location: Department of Visual Arts, Faculty of Fine Arts
Salary: Hiring Salary Range: $58,797 - $66,147
Maximum of Salary Range: $80,846
Hours Of Work: 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Duration: Full-time Continuing
Affiliation: CPM Grade: E

HOW TO APPLY:
Please email a complete application package, which includes an application form, covering letter and resume, and quote Posting Number 7493 in the subject of the email to jobs@yorku.ca. The application form and complete position details can be found at www.yorku.ca/jobs.
Thank you for your interest in York University. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted. York University is committed to Employment Equity and encourages applications from all qualified candidates.

Send Submissions To:
e: jobs@yorku.ca

Organization Description
York University offers a world-class, modern, interdisciplinary academic experience in Toronto, Canada’s most multicultural city. York is at the centre of innovation, with a thriving community of almost 60,000 faculty, staff and students who challenge the ordinary and deliver the unexpected.

Gallery Assistant: Marketing and Online Relations
Gallery Lambton
Application deadline: October 3, 2011

Full-time ~ Posting #10-11-07
The County of Lambton is an urban-rural area in south western Ontario that is home to over 127,000 residents. The Corporation’s seven divisions operate programs and services for the residents of Sarnia-Lambton ranging from emergency medical services to provincial offences, to waste management, to public health. Lambton County is a community dedicated to economic growth, environmental stewardship and an enhanced quality of life through the provision of responsive and efficient services and the collaborative efforts with our municipal and community partners.
Your primary responsibility will be to participate in the development of, and to implement an integrated and comprehensive marketing and on-line relations plan and media program, aimed at increasing awareness, participation, and interest in gallery programs.
This CEP Local # 65 position is located at Gallery Lambton, 150 Christina St. N, Sarnia, ON.
You have a degree in marketing, multimedia, communications, web technology, or related program and 1 year experience in a similar position in a non-profit cultural organization, or an appropriate combination of education and experience. You possess excellent writing, interpersonal, analytical, multi-tasking, and organizational skills. An effective team member with superior customer service and communication skills, you are able to relate to the public and staff. A solid understanding of Canadian contemporary and historical art practices is essential.
Gallery Lambton is growing and will open in its new, state-of-the-art facility in
2012 as The Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery. To see the transformation please visit
www.artgallerylambton.ca or www.gallerylambton-onsite.blogspot.com

Interested applicants must apply in writing, clearly stating Posting #10-11-07, by 12:00 noon, Monday, October 3, 2011 to: Executive Assistant, Cultural Services Division, 789 Broadway Street, Box 3000, Wyoming, ON N0N 1T0
email: lcjobs@county-lambton.on.ca
The County of Lambton is an equal opportunity employer serving our diverse communities. Although we appreciate all applications, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. The successful candidate will be required to supply a current vulnerable sector police check before work can commence. Personal information required by this posting/advertisement is collected under the authority of the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, 1989, as amended, and will be used in reviewing your application. Questions about this collection should be directed to the Corporate Manager, Human Resources, County of Lambton, 789 Broadway Street, Box 3000, Wyoming, Ontario N0N 1T0. This document is available in an alternative format upon request, to accommodate individuals with a disability.
To see other employment opportunities with the County of Lambton,
please visit: www.lambtononline.ca/job_board OR Find us on Facebook (Human Resources at the County of Lambton)

Gallery Director
Corkin Gallery
Application Deadline: Thursday October 20, 2011

Website: http://www.corkingallery.com
Term: Full-time
Location: Toronto
Salary: please send salary expectation (Base salary, plus commission)

Job Description
Corkin Gallery is seeking a Director.
Must have a minimum of 7 years experience in working in an art gallery or auction house, which included direct sales experience.
MA/MFA/MBA preferred, BA/BFA required, with primary study in one of the following areas: Art History, Museum Studies, Arts Management, Curatorial Studies, or studio art. Candidates without a minimum of a completed BA/BFA will not be considered.

Candidates must possess:
• A friendly and professional manner with exceptional organizational skills, able to practice discretion
• A driving passion for contemporary art, including international conceptual art
• Excellent communications skills in both written and social media
• A strong and rigorous work ethic
Secondary market experience is a plus as well as knowledge of a second language.

• Working closely with the Directors on marketing, sales and programming
• Writing press releases
• Writing on artists
• Cultivating and developing new client relationships
• Interface with partner galleries
• Travel
Required computer skills: fluency in MAC and MS Office, gallery management software
Email your resume with cover letter, as a single 2 page PDF document, clearly labeled with your name to:
assistant@corkingallery.com
Please no phone calls or in-person inquiries; email only. All applications will be considered in confidence.
Website: www.corkingallery.com
Send Submissions To:
Michelle Bennett
e: assistant@corkingallery.com

Organization Description
A private gallery located in Toronto's Distillery district.

Manager, Public Programming
Canadian Museum for Human Rights. Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Application Deadline: October 31, 2011.
Currently under construction in Winnipeg, Manitoba, the Canadian Museum for Human Rights is the embodiment of Canada’s commitment to democracy, freedom and human rights and will be both a national and international destination. As a centre of learning where people around the world can gather and engage in discussion, the museum will have a special, though not exclusive focus on Canada. Contributing to the identity, memory and preservation of Canadian heritage, both past, present and future, the museum will inspire human beings world-wide in their commitment to the fight against hate and oppression.
As they head towards their official opening, the Canadian Museum for Human Rights is seeking a Manager, Public Programming to join their team. As a strong collaborator you will work closely with others to establish program goals and objectives as well as provide leadership to a team that will ensure these goals are achieved and reflect the museum’s mandate, vision and values. You will have an opportunity to create and implement programming in-house as well as through the establishment of strategic partnerships. Implementing a vibrant calendar of public programming in both official languages, you are a key team member in attracting audiences and visitors to the museum and will be looked to for collaboration on the development of strategies for taking museum programming beyond the physical walls.
The ability to communicate in Canada’s two official languages is an asset as well as experience with specialized pedagogical education.
If you’re interested we’d love to connect with you and invite you to apply online at www.peoplefirsthr.com/careers, file #2118. If you have any questions regarding this opportunity, please contact Jenna Buckley, Recruitment Practice Leader at People First HR Services at (204) 940-3995.

Director, Learning and Programming
Canadian Museum for Human Rights. Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Application Deadline: October 31, 2011.
Currently under construction in Winnipeg, Manitoba, the Canadian Museum for Human Rights is the embodiment of Canada’s commitment to democracy, freedom and human rights and will be both a national and international destination. As a centre of learning where people around the world can gather and engage in discussion, the museum will have a special, though not exclusive focus on Canada. Contributing to the identity, memory and preservation of Canadian heritage, both past, present and future, the museum will inspire human beings world-wide in their commitment to the fight against hate and oppression.
As they head towards their official opening, the Canadian Museum for Human Rights is seeking a Director, Learning and Programming to join their senior management team. You will be responsible for building and leading a team in the planning, development, implementation and evaluation of innovative, engaging and memorable education, public and artistic programming that reflects the mandate, vision and values of the museum. You are a key member that will be responsible for setting policy and strategic direction as well as providing strong leadership. With experience in the creation and delivery of programming, your creativity, dedication and passion will allow for visitors of the museum to embark on an unforgettable experience. Ideally you are experienced within the museum, heritage or cultural sector however your skills in program development, in any sector, will ensure you are a strong candidate for this role.
The ability to communicate in Canada’s two official languages is an asset as well as experience with specialized pedagogical education.
If you’re interested we’d love to connect with you and invite you to apply online at www.peoplefirsthr.com/careers, file #2114. If you have any questions regarding this opportunity, please contact Jenna Buckley, Recruitment Practice Leader at People First HR Services at (204) 940-3995.
 
 

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