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Employment Opportunity: Cultural Programming Manager, St. Albert

Cultural Programming Manager, City of St. Albert

Organization             City of St. Albert

Website                   www.stalbert.ca

Department              Cultural Services

Location                  5 St. Anne Street, St. Albert  

Salary                     $98,876 – $120,298 per annum

Closing Date             September 6, 2018

Competition #           18/172


OPPORTUNITY

The Cultural Services Department is currently recruiting for a Cultural Programming Manager. The City has a well-established cultural department focused on nurturing and developing the arts and cultural sector through direct delivery of programs and services, partnerships and collaborations throughout the community. We are looking for an individual with strong leadership experience and background in cultural planning and programming to join our team.

Serving as part of the Cultural Services Management team and reporting to the Cultural Services Director, the Cultural Programming Manager is responsible for the management and development of visual arts, public art, performing arts and performance programming as well as volunteer management for the International Children’s Festival. The manager is responsible to liaise with community cultural groups to provide guidance and support, and also help guide our own cultural programming, including special events, initiatives and cultural celebrations to ensure we are meeting the current and future needs of the community.

The ideal candidate will have experience in the following areas:
• Visual Arts programming and exhibitions in the public realm, including public art;
• Long term performing arts development plans;
• Maintaining local, regional & national connections in the cultural industry;
• Strategic planning, community development programming, financial management;
• Organizational and community development, including not for profit governance;
• Developing connections to francophone, indigenous and other ethno-cultural communities;
• Staff supervision and development including coaching and mentorship experience;
• Grant and report writing, and analytics.

As part of the Cultural Services management team the manager will assist in the development of agenda reports, departmental budgets, monthly and quarterly reports as well as responding to information requests generated by Council, Senior Management and the public. They will also provide leadership for the programming team.

QUALIFICATIONS

• Degree in a related field such as Arts Administration, Business Administration, Recreation, and 7 years experience. Or, a diploma in a related field combined with 10 years experience.
• The ideal candidate will have progressively responsible experience across a breadth of areas in the area of arts and cultural management including staff and volunteer management, program and organizational development, project management and event planning.
• Experience in cultural planning and development.
• Previous experience in a municipal environment is an asset.
• An experienced leader who appreciates and is passionate for arts and culture; and can motivate and inspire others.
• Membership in Arts/Culture related organizations is beneficial.

COMPETENCIES

• Excellent staff supervision and leadership skills.
• Strong written and oral communication skills.
• Well developed interpersonal skills and the ability to form collaborative relationships.
• Creative and innovative thinking.
• Political sensitivity, conflict resolution abilities, and negotiation skills.

HOURS OF WORK

Compressed work schedule of 72 hours bi-weekly (Monday – Friday, 8:00 – 5:00 with a regular day off every two weeks). There will be the occasional requirement for extra and evening hours, which could include attendance at meetings and events.

COMPENSATION

$98,876 – $120,298 per annum. In addition, the City of St. Albert offers a comprehensive benefit package.

The successful applicant will be required to obtain and maintain a satisfactory police information check.

Qualified applicants are invited to submit their cover letter and resume via the City of St. Albert Employment website www.stalbert.ca/employment

CLOSING DATE: September 6, 2018

We wish to express our appreciation to all applicants for their interest and effort in applying for this position. However, only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted

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Employment Opportunity: Professional Programming Assistant, St. Albert

PROFESSIONAL PROGRAMMING ASSISTANT, CASUAL POSITION – ST. ALBERT

Organization          City of St. Albert
Website                    www.stalbert.ca
Department           Cultural Services
Location                  5 St. Anne Street
Wage                        $22.73 – $27.67 per hour
Closing Date          August 30, 2018
Competition #      18/159


OPPORTUNITY

Are you looking for a part-time opportunity to work in a fast paced, creative, dynamic and energetic environment? St. Albert is a city rich in arts and heritage, with superior cultural opportunities for the enjoyment and learning of many. The Cultural Services Department strives to provide positive experiences in several areas, including visual and performing arts, as well as the Arden Theatre, International Children’s Festival and St. Albert Children’s Theatre.

Reporting to the Professional Programming Presenter, this position is responsible for supporting the professional performing arts presenting of events and program at the City of St. Albert. These include: the Arden Theatre, International Children’s Festival, as well as performing arts presenting components of special projects (Amplify Youth Festival, Servus Place, etc.).

As the Professional Programming Assistant, you will:

  • liaise with artists, agents, artist managers, promoters and record companies to support the coordination of tours and performances to take place in specified venues;
  • support the Professional Programming Presenter in the execution of contracts, processing of artist fees and per diems for events;
  • develop and maintain strong connections with internal staff involved in special events/festivals, small or lower profile arts organizations as well as local and regional event planners that help to increase St. Albert’s profile;
  • research similar programming and audience demographics in other markets to support the professional programming goals of the department;
  • assist with logistics such as catering, accommodation, transportation, work authorization permits, visas, cargo and specials requests for artists; and
  • act as artist liaison and assist with patron services in support of Front-of-House staff during Professional shows.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • A diploma or undergraduate degree in a related field of study.
  • Prior experience with arts administration, front of house, reading artist contracts, and work related to performing arts.
  • Some programming knowledge in music (roots, world, blues jazz, pop, folk, and classical), theatre, film and dance.
  • Some understanding of family programming in all genres to meet the unique programming needs of the International Children’s Festival and the Family Series would be beneficial.
  • Knowledge of technical theatre operations and previous work experience in a festival setting is an asset.
  • A valid Class 5 driver’s license.
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Proficient user of Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint.

HOURS OF WORK

Approximately 16 – 24 hours per week based on operational need. This position will require a mix of daytime, evening and weekend work.

COMPENSATION

$22.73 – $27.67 per hour


The successful applicant will be required to obtain a clear vulnerable sector police information check.

Qualified applicants are invited submit their cover letter and resume via the City of St. Albert Employment website www.stalbert.ca/employment

We wish to express our appreciation to all applicants for their interest and effort in applying for this position. However, only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.

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Employment Opportunity: Cultural Business and Events Manager, City of St. Albert

CULTURAL BUSINESS AND EVENTS MANAGER

OPPORTUNITY

The Cultural Services Department is currently recruiting for a Cultural Business and Events Manager. St. Albert has a strong grassroots cultural community with a history of celebrating arts and culture. The City has a well established cultural department focused on nurturing and developing the arts and cultural sector through direct delivery of programs and services, partnerships and collaborations throughout the community. We are looking for a creative, innovative, strategic individual with strong leadership and supervisory experience, marketing, communications and fund development. Experience in large event management, and capital project management, are important aspects of this position.

Reporting to the Cultural Services Director, the Business and Events Manager is responsible for several key areas that impact the entire Cultural Services Department including; coordinating departmental reporting, contributing to long term strategic planning and support and implementation of corporate initiatives, monitoring of departmental operating and capital budgets, leading the fund development, and marketing teams, and capital project management of key cultural projects. This position is also responsible for producing the Northern Alberta International Children’s Festival of the Arts.

The ideal candidate will have extensive experience in the following areas:

• Strategic business planning
• Financial management including developing business cases
• Leading teams of employees including performance management, coaching and development
• Professional fund development and sponsorship campaigns in excess of $1M
• Marketing, public relations and advertising of events and performances in a large, soft-seat theatre
• Experience in planning and managing large, outdoor events or festivals (over 30,000 attendees)
• Organizational development, including board development
• Experience developing capital project plans including project management

As part of the Cultural Services management team, the Manager will assist in the development of agenda reports, departmental budgets, monthly and quarterly reports as well as responding to information requests generated by Council, Senior Leadership and the public.

QUALIFICATIONS

• Degree in Business Administration, Recreation, Arts and Culture Management or a related field and 10 years experience. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.
• Extensive experience required in arts and cultural management or related field.
• Exceptional written, interpersonal and leadership skills.
• Creative and innovative thinking and proven ability to transfer vision into strategy.
• Political acumen, conflict resolution and negotiation experience.
• Experience in building relationships with community agencies, government and funding bodies.
• Previous experience in a municipal environment is an asset.
• Membership in Arts/Culture related organizations is beneficial.

HOURS OF WORK

Compressed work schedule of 72 hours bi-weekly (Monday – Friday, 8:00 – 5:00 with a regular day off every two weeks). There will be the occasional requirement for extra and evening hours, which could include attendance at meetings and events.

COMPENSATION

$98,876 – $120,298 per annum. In addition, the City of St. Albert offers a generous and comprehensive flexible benefit package.

The successful applicant will be required to obtain a satisfactory police information check.

Qualified applicants are invited to submit their cover letter and resume via the City of St. Albert employment website www.stalbert.ca/employment

CLOSING DATE
July 13, 2018

We wish to express our appreciation to all applicants for their interest and effort in applying for this position. However, only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.

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Employment Opportunity: Company Coordinator, Ballet Kelowna

Company Coordinator, Ballet Kelowna

Application Deadline: July 6, 2018

Job Description:

Ballet Kelowna welcomes applications for the position of a full-time permanent Company Coordinator to begin as soon as possible, or by July 23, 2018.

While embracing Ballet Kelowna’s commitment to excellence, the Company Coordinator will be responsible for the administration of all programs, assist in the development of future tours and outreach activities, and will provide executive assistant support to the Artistic Director and CEO. Major responsibilities include financial processing, reconciliation and reporting, responding to public inquiries, coordinating and providing administrative support for programs and events, organizing the efficient operation of the office and studio, as well as managing all aspects of the Company’s seasonal tours. Reporting directly to the Artistic Director/CEO, the Company Coordinator will be involved in all aspects of operations for Ballet Kelowna and will act as a representative for the organization, building relationships with program participants and external partners. As an employee of Ballet Kelowna, we would ask you for your commitment in delivering outstanding service to our supporters, including our patrons, donors, sponsors and
members. The successful candidate will be required to perform a variety of duties, as detailed further below.

Responsibilities: Administrative Duties:

Provides wide-ranging executive assistant support to the Artistic Director and CEO, including:

  • Process and track donations and memberships;
  • Manage the Company’s programs by coordinating and preparing schedules, processing and tracking registrations and payments, and coordinating instructors and preparing instructor contracts;
  • Maintain complete files of all documents in the office;
  • Assist in gathering information for grants;
  • Process and prepare invoices and expense claims;
  • Code receivables and payables including credit card statements and allocate to appropriate projects;
  • Respond to all public inquiries;
  • Organize guest artist travel and accommodation;
  • Coordinate volunteers for events or programs and tracking of all volunteer activities and hours;
  • Ensure insurance policies and memberships are renewed annually;
  • Maintain a calendar of deadlines, programs, productions and development activities;
  • Maintain meticulous statistics of audience and program attendance, ticket sales, etc.;
  • Coordinate facility maintenance and replenishment of supplies.

Tour Coordination Duties:

  • Contact Presenters to seek interest in Company’s productions and youth performances;
  • Represent the Company at showcases and conferences;
  • Research appropriate venues and festivals for the Company’s productions;
  • Prepare and distribute contracts to Presenters;
  • Plan logistics, routes, hotels, transportation, etc. for tours;
  • Prepare tour itineraries including full list of venues and contacts;
  • Assist with local outreach activities;
  • Work with AD/CEO on vision for future tours.

The Company Coordinator must at all times:

  • Be committed to familiarizing themselves with Company rules and regulations;
  • Maintain and communicate a positive image of the Company in all dealings both internally and externally;
  • Regardless of time constraints and demands on time, remain professional and convey an attitude of helpfulness and concern;
  • Demonstrate initiative and autonomy;
  • Recognize overlap between positions and understand when flexibility is required.

The Company Coordinator will be required to undertake such duties as may reasonably be expected within the scope of the position. All members of staff are required to be professional, co-operative and flexible in line with the needs of the Company.

Desired Qualifications:

  • A related college or university degree and recent administrative experience or equivalent combination of education and experience;
  • The ability to think creatively, work independently, and take initiative;
  • Strong oral and written communication skills;
  • Excellent organizational skills and the ability to handle competing priorities in a small,
    fast-paced work environment;
  • Proven ability in building and maintaining long-term relationships;
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office (i.e. Word, Excel, Powerpoint) and database programs such as Salesforce;
  • The availability to work 37.5 hours per week, Monday to Friday, however the hours of work involved will occasionally vary in order to attend conferences;
  • An optimistic personality and enjoys finding solutions to everyday challenges;
  • Assets: experience working in non-profit environments.

About Ballet Kelowna:

Founded in 2003, and under the leadership of Artistic Director and CEO Simone Orlando since September 2014, Ballet Kelowna brings excellent, inspiring and memorable dance to British Columbia and beyond. Ballet Kelowna, through its touring, school performances and outreach activities has visited more than 60 communities in Western Canada and fulfills its mandate to commission new work from emerging and established Canadian choreographers, while also offering unique training programs for adults and youth.

http://www.balletkelowna.ca/

Remuneration: $38,000 – $40,000 annually based on experience

How to Apply:

The priority application deadline is July 6, 2018, however applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

Submit a resume and cover letter explaining why you are interested in this job opportunity.
Please e-mail Simone Orlando, Artistic Director and CEO at ad.ceo@balletkelowna.ca by July 6, 2018.
All submissions will be kept confidential and only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

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Employment Opportunity: Tour Booking Agent

[Click here for the full original posting via Theatre Alberta’s Website:
http://www.theatrealberta.com/2018/06/15/job-calgary-tour-booking-agent/]

Overview of Position:
This is a unique opportunity to start a theatre touring agency based in Calgary, with a secure salary and dedicated mentorship for 2 years.

Ghost River Theatre has formed a partnership with the Old Trout Puppet WorkshopDownstage and Inside Out Theatre to address the vital gap of touring support for Calgary-based creation companies. We are seeking an individual who is a self-starter with an in-depth knowledge of the national and international performing arts ecologies. We will collectively assist, train and support the right individual, and have secured a two-year grant to kickstart this project.

The ideal candidate for this role is someone who is naturally sociable and whose enthusiasm for and knowledge of the performance arts can inspire our diversity of clients. This individual is a master of following up and is highly organized with tracking leads, artists, and bookings in order to meet their goals. They are able to think outside of the box and be nimble to the changing dynamics of the industry.  They can gracefully manage all artistic personalities and cultures, acting as an advisor and advocate to bring quality Arts to audiences globally. This is a full-time position that reports to the GM of Ghost River Theatre company, and collaborates with all of the companies.

[Click here for the full details via Theatre Alberta’s Website…]

COMPENSATION & CONTRACT DETAILS
This is a full-time position with a salary of $40,000.00 plus the opportunity for commission. The successful candidate will be able to work a flexible full time schedule from a home office, including periods of extensive travel. The contract will start in mid-August to early September depending on candidate availability, but requires attendance at the Western Arts Alliance Conference in Las Vegas from August 27-30, 2018 (with funding provided).

HOW TO APPLY
Please submit a cover letter and resume by 5:00 pm on July 20, 2018 to Kate Stadel, General Manager, Ghost River Theatre, at gm@ghostrivertheatre.com.

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Employment Opportunity: Executive Director, Rotary Centre for the Arts

Applications are Invited for the Position of Executive Director

The Rotary Centre for the Arts is a multi-use visual and performing arts centre located in the heart of Kelowna’s Cultural District.  Home to eight resident artist studios, the 325 seat Mary Irwin Theatre, Potters Addict, Alternator Centre for Contemporary Art, New Vintage Theatre, ArtsCo, Theatre Kelowna Society, and the RCA Bistro, the RCA provides a unique service and centre for the Central Okanagan community.  The public Atrium attracts visitors to the Bistro and ticket outlet; as well as; providing a venue for informal performances and gala events. The board room, dance studios and art studio are available for rental to the community.

The Executive Director of the Kelowna Visual and Performing Arts Centre Society (KVPACS) will provide leadership within the Rotary Centre for the Arts (RCA) while building recognition and support for the RCA in the larger community.    Reporting to the Board through the President of KVPACS, the Executive Director is responsible for achieving the goals and objectives of KVPACS.  Managing an annual budget of $1.3 million, a staff of 17 and liaising with the community, the Executive Director will be responsible for the overall management and operation of the RCA.

Qualifications:

  • A degree in Business Administration, Arts Administration, or Fine Arts with relevant experience or equivalent management experience, preferably in a non-for-profit organization, with significant experience in the arts or a related area

Experience and Skills preferred

  • Arts Administration experience, including both visual and performing arts
  • Understanding and knowledge of the Arts and Cultural scene, locally, provincially, and nationally
  • Knowledge and experience working within the not-for-profit sector
  • A record of successful leadership including marketing, budgeting, fundraising, facility operation, and staff management
  • A track record demonstrating personal qualities including: strategic thinker, collaborator, team player, problem solver, effective communicator (listening, speaking, writing) and forward thinker
  • Restaurant experience is an asset

Compensation

Based on experience and aligned with the “2017 National Compensation Study for Managerial and Administrative Positions in Not-for-Profit Arts Organizations” by Cultural Human Resources Canada.  Includes an excellent benefit plan with dental and extended health.

Start Date: This position will be filled a soon as practical following the closing date.  This is a full-time position.

Please apply electronically to hiring@RotaryCentrefortheArts.com. Applications must be received by July 5, 2018 at 4:00 p.m.
Please include cover letter detailing your arts and not-for-profit experience; along with a resume.

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Employment Opportunity: Culture Projects Assistant

City of St. Albert Cultural Services Department

Cultural Projects Assistant – Permanent Full Time

Compensation: $50,463 – $61,396 per annum
Closing Date: May 10, 2018

Download a pdf of the Culture Projects Assistant Perm 2018

The successful applicant will be required to obtain a satisfactory police information check.

Qualified applicants are invited submit their cover letter and resume via the City of St. Albert employment website www.stalbert.ca/employment


OPPORTUNITY

The City of St. Albert’s Cultural Services Department promotes the development of arts and cultural services throughout the community.

The Cultural Services team connect to the community through the programming and operation of the Arden Theatre, the International Children’s Festival and St. Albert Children’s Theatre. The Department offers performing arts classes, maintains studio facilities, coordinates the Art in Public Places program and manages a number of projects.

As the Culture Projects Assistant, you will provide support and assistance to a variety of programs and events supported through the Cultural Services Department including: the International Children’s Festival, Amplify Youth Festival, Mayors Celebration of the Arts, and St. Albert Children’s Theatre. In support of Cultural Services initiatives you will prepare and compile reports and correspondence, assemble donor/sponsor material, manage databases, prepare project timelines, and assist with organizational tasks and a multitude of administrative support functions.

Other responsibilities of this position include assisting in the preparation of monthly, quarterly and annual department reports, including budget preparation, as well as general administrative support for the department (e.g. letters, mailings, recording meeting notes, records management). You will also assist with website updates, the distribution of newsletters and social media.

You will take the lead on addressing incoming phone calls and visitors to the Cultural Services department and the Community and Protective Services Division in a prompt and courteous manner. You will research and answer general inquiries or refer to appropriate contacts, and provide backup for program registrations.

HOURS OF WORK

72 hours bi-weekly (Monday – Friday, 8:00 – 5:00 with a regular day off [RDO] every two weeks)
Occasional evening and weekend hours may be necessary during events.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • High School Diploma with some post-secondary training. Completion of a technical, community college, business and computer training would be an asset.
  • Several years of office administration experience, specifically with a background in events support and project management.
  • Candidates must have strong word processing and database management skills. Intermediate user of the MS Office Suite (Word, Excel, Access, Outlook and Power Point)
  • Strong organization and time management skills are necessary.
  • The role requires an individual with well developed customer service abilities, as you will represent the department while addressing telephone and in-person customer inquiries.
  • Exposure to a municipal environment as well as knowledge of City services and Community Services Programs are definite assets.
  • Knowledge of booking software such as CLASS is desirable.

COMPENSATION

$50,463 – $61,396 per annum. In addition, the City of St. Albert offers a generous and comprehensive flexible benefit package.

The successful applicant will be required to obtain a satisfactory police information check.

Qualified applicants are invited submit their cover letter and resume via the City of St. Albert employment website www.stalbert.ca/employment

CLOSING DATE

May 10, 2018

We wish to express our appreciation to all applicants for their interest and effort in applying for this position. However, only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.

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Employment Opportunity: Communications and Events Coordinator, AMPA

Communications and Events Coordinator
Alberta Magazine Publishers Association

Company

The Alberta Magazine Publishers Association is a non-profit cultural services industry association supporting Alberta magazine publishers, staff and contributors through professional development, programming, promotion and advocacy to foster industry growth. We are seeking a full-time Communications and Events Coordinator to join our small but mighty team.

Job description

The Communications and Events Coordinator is a Jack or Jill or all trades and is responsible for association communications including membership, social media, web publishing, community relations, grant reporting, and events communications.

This role includes, but is not limited to, the following responsibilities:

  • Frequently updating the albertamagazines.com website (WordPress CMS) with postings sharing the latest association, member and industry news, events, jobs and resources. This includes writing blogs and compiling website postings for the monthly e-newsletter.
  • Engaging with the membership and community via social media (primarily Twitter, Facebook and Instagram), promoting the association, membership and industry in keeping with best practices and trends.
  • Coordinating professional development and networking events in collaboration with the Executive Director, including the annual Alberta Magazines Conference and Awards. This includes the creation, tracking and troubleshooting of online registration and awards submissions; email and social media event promotion; bookings for venue, catering, speakers and audiovisual needs; coordinating and supervising the duties of any event volunteers; and running the events on-site
  • Managing the association’s internship program, which includes soliciting applications, maintaining all paperwork and reporting files, and administering funds within the program budget.
  • Assisting the Executive Director with annual grant applications and reports to federal and provincial government funders. This includes planning and strategizing future activities and new opportunities for funding, tracking program and event data, and editing funding reports and applications.
  • General office administration duties as needed

Qualifications

The ideal candidate will have

  • A degree or diploma in communications, public relations or journalism
  • 1-3 years of relevant communications experience
  • Demonstrated abilities in executing communications, meeting deadlines, and managing multiple priorities; as well as event planning and implementation
  • Exceptional publication-quality writing for diverse audiences (including online) and keen editing skills
  • Experience using a variety of social media channels
  • Experience using a web content management system
  • Customer service attitude
  • Comfortable working independently and in a small team environment
  • Ability to be flexible and take on new tasks, projects and responsibilities as assigned

How to apply

Submit your cover letter and resume by Feb. 15, along with a writing sample, to:

Suzanne Trudel Peters
AMPA Executive Director
director@albertamagazines.com

Thank you for your interest, however only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

http://albertamagazines.com/

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Arts Touring Alliance Seeks Executive Director

Arts Touring Alliance of Alberta

Executive Director

JOB POSTING

The Arts Touring Alliance of Alberta (ATAA) is offering an exciting opportunity for someone with management skills, an appreciation for the performing arts and an awareness of arts presenting in both urban and rural Alberta.

The ATAA is a not for profit Performing Arts Service Organization. It provides visionary, inclusive programs and services that are fundamental to the growth and maintenance of a strong arts touring industry in Alberta. Membership of the ATAA includes primarily presenters, agents and artists. The position answers to an elected Provincial Board of Directors.

As well, each October, the ATAA produces Alberta Showcase, an annual performing arts networking conference.

Executive Director, Roles and Responsibilities (to:)

  • Ensure the effective and efficient day-to-day operation of the ATAA.
  • Lead and participate in the planning and presenting of the annual ATAA Showcase and Conference. This includes the planning of the submissions jury.
  • Prepare all grant submissions (both operating and project) ensuring they are complete and submitted on time.
  • Provide support, including necessary materials, to the President (Chair) of the ATAA Board, for the planning and preparation of all board or special meetings.
  • Work with the ATAA Board and staff in preparing a comprehensive budget and then administer the budget allocation as approved, while providing the board with monthly financial reports, including a balance sheet and profit/loss statements.
  • Recruit personnel, negotiate contracts and maintain appropriate salary structures.
  • Ensure that the ATAA complies in a timely manner with all legislation pertaining to taxation submissions and payroll deductions and maintains appropriate and adequate insurance coverage for the society and directors, communicating all necessary information to the ATAA Board.
  • Foster effective cooperation and teamwork among the board, staff and executive director.
  • Ensure that staff job descriptions are developed and that annual performance evaluations are conducted, based on sound human resource practices.
  • Participate with the ATAA Board in developing and reviewing the vision and strategic plan for the society, including developing new strategies and programs that support the vision.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of all society bylaws and policies, assisting the board with any review, discussion or creation of policy.
  • Maintain positive and productive relationships with groups associated with the ATAA, including government, industry and community.
  • Plan and direct the ‘OnStage’ program and help plan other similar programs in consultation with the ATAA board.

Salary:  $50,000 with additional benefits and bonuses
3-month probation period
Annual performance review

Start Date: As Soon As Possible 

SUBMISSION DEADLINE: January 12, 2018.

Please submit your resume and cover letter to: info@artstouring.com

Only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.