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Operations and Administration Assistant, 1 position available Hourly Wage: $25 Number of Weeks: 8 Hours per Week: 35 hours TASKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Under the supervision of b current Executive Director, Kira Allen, the Administrative Coordinator will improve and maintain administrative workflow and prepare templates, materials, and reports. In addition, they will be responsible for creating and revising systems and procedures and implementing changes. They will also develop and maintain systems for organizing files and tracking projects, tasks, and activities. Furthermore, the Administrative Coordinator will Provide ad hoc administrative support to the Executive Director as required, coordinating calendars and monitoring emails, pro-actively bringing forward issues or items that need attention. The coordinator will also provide assistance with scheduling rehearsals, event organization, and communications with artists. Lastly, the Administrative Coordinator will provide facility support for the current studio space, arrange bookings, and communicate with and liaise with people renting the studio. SKILLS, ATTRIBUTES, AND VALUES -Strong communicator (written and verbal) in English -Understanding of marketing, social media, communications, and branding to ensure internal and external communications are clear and relevant and useful -Self-motivated and able to take initiative as well as able to work collaboratively -Strategic thinker able to see the big picture but also detail-oriented -Ability to prioritize and manage multiple and conflicting deadlines -Values diversity and willing to continually work to create an equitable and inclusive environment for the organization both internally (staff, board) and externally (amongst members, at organizational events) -Demonstrates a passion for the arts ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA: -Registered in a recognized Canadian post-secondary institution (part-time or full-time enrollment in college, bachelor’s, master’s or PhD programs). -Canadian citizens, permanent residents, or persons to whom refugee protection has been conferred under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act. -International students are not eligible. -Undertaking a placement that is recognized as a Work-Integrated Learning component by the student’s institution in connection with a course, degree, certificate, diploma, or other recognized program offered by the institution. The placement can be required or optional, for credit or not for credit

Production Assistant, 1 position available Hourly Wage: $25 Number of Weeks: 8 Hours per Week: 35 hours TASKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Under the supervision of current Artistic Director Marcel Stewart, the Production Assistant will assist with project management, artist communications, marketing asset management, technical and production communication, outreach, some archival work, and gathering artist and arts programming participant access needs. The production assistant will also work with youth through our Reclaiming Black Canadian History summer program and assemble statistics and materials for program reporting. Lastly, the Production Assistant will be required to support organizational events. IDEAL CANDIDATES: -Have an interest in live performance and arts programming for youth -Demonstrates a passion for the arts -Demonstrates excellent communication, teamwork, and leadership skills -Are self-motivated and have the ability to work independently to complete projects and tasks -Are familiar with online tools including Google Drive, Gmail, Monday.com, and Slack QUALIFICATIONS: -Excellent verbal and written communication skills -Strong interpersonal skills -Great organizational skills -Committment to equity, diversity and contributing to an inclusive working and learning environment SKILLS, ATTRIBUTES AND VALUES: -Understanding of marketing, social media, communications, and branding to ensure internal and external communications are clear and relevant and useful -Self-motivated and able to take initiative as well as able to work collaboratively -Strategic thinker able to see the big picture -Ability to prioritize and manage multiple and conflicting deadlines -Values diversity and willing to continually work to create an equitable and inclusive environment for the organization both internally (staff, board) and externally (amongst members, at organizational events) ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA: -Be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or person to whom refugee protection has been conferred under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act for the duration of the employment; and, -Have a valid Social Insurance Number at the start of employment and be legally entitled to work in Canada following relevant provincial or territorial legislation and regulations. -International students are not eligible. -Be registered in a recognized Canadian post-secondary institution (part-time or full-time enrollment in college, bachelor’s, master’s or PhD programs). -Be undertaking a placement that's recognized as a Work-Integrated Learning component by the student’s institution in connection with a course, degree, certificate, diploma, or other recognized program offered by the institution. The placement can be required or optional, for credit or not for credit.

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