Summer Students: We're Hiring!



Are you interested in working in a creative, enriching environment? Join our team for the summer and gain experience working in an art gallery, planning a summer festival or facilitating children's programming. Through the Canada Summer Jobs program, we will be hiring two summer students. Below you will find the job postings - the closing date for both is May 31.

 

Art in the Park Coordinator

Responsibilities:

  • Plan, organize, and implement 8 summer Art in the Park events

  • Supervise various volunteers & contract employees for Art in the Park

  • Design and disseminate for social media, online, paper, and radio marketing and other public communication material for Art in the Park

  • Assist with the daily operations of a non-profit art gallery (including but not limited to: answering phone and email inquiries, greeting visitors, helping with mailing campaigns, and office duties)

  • Aid in museological activities such as mounting exhibitions, maintaining permanent collection records, ensuring the proper care of permanent collection artworks

Qualifications and Experience:

  • Senior high school (completion of grade 11 or 12), college or university students will be considered

  • Applicants must have been enrolled full-time in the semester preceding the summer position and intend to return to school for the fall semester as a full-time student

  • Prior related and relevant experience is considered an asset

  • Effective interpersonal and communication skills (listening, verbal and written abilities) to work well as a team member

  • Attention to detail and accuracy in work performed, as well as the ability to complete tasks safely within assigned timeframes

  • Excellent communication skills in English (spoken and written); bilingualism is considered an asset

  • Computer proficiency and design experience an asset

References will be requested when invited to an interview. A conditional offer of employment requires the successful candidate to provide a Vulnerable Sector Search.

Contract position runs from June 28 to August 22 (8 weeks), 30 hour work week including evening and occasional weekend work.

Please apply via email (khill@temiskamingartgallery.ca) with cover letter and resume by May 31, 2018.

 

Arts Education and Communication Coordinator

Responsibilities:

  • Create, market, and manage Gallery education communications for summer programming online & in print

  • Aid with planning and facilitate registration for youth summer art camp

  • Plan & implement children's activities for Art in the park

  • Assist instructors at youth summer art camp and exhibition

  • Help organize and mount student exhibition

  • Assist with the daily operations of a non-profit art gallery (including but not limited to: answering phone and email inquiries, greeting visitors, helping with mailing campaigns, and office duties)

  • Aid in museological activities such as mounting exhibitions, maintaining permanent collection records, ensuring the proper care of permanent collection artworks

Qualifications and Experience:

  • Senior high school, college and university level students will be considered

  • Applicants must have been enrolled full-time in the semester preceding the summer position and intend to return to school for the fall semester as a full-time student

  • Prior related and relevant experience is considered an asset

  • Effective interpersonal and communication skills (listening, verbal and written abilities) to work well as a team member

  • Attention to detail and accuracy in work performed, as well as the ability to complete tasks safely within assigned timeframes

  • Excellent communication skills in English (spoken and written); bilingualism is considered an asset

  • Computer proficiency and design experience an asset

References will be requested when invited to an interview. A conditional offer of employment requires the successful candidate to provide a Vulnerable Sector Search.

Contract position runs from July 3 to August 27 (8 weeks), 30 hour work week including evening and occasional weekend work.

Indigenous persons are strongly encouraged to apply.

Please apply via email (khill@temiskamingartgallery.ca) with resume and cover letter by May 31, 2018.