Directeur(trice), Communications marketing

Concours : 2403 (interne/externe)

Statut : Régulier à temps plein

Échelle salariale : 106 900 $ à 125 700 $

Date de clôture : 1 février 2018

Les résultats de ce concours pourraient également être utilisés pour combler des postes vacants similaires, temporaires ou réguliers.

Au sujet du Conseil des arts du Canada

Joignez-vous à notre équipe et contribuez au soutien de la créativité au Canada. Le Conseil des arts du Canada est une société d’État dynamique, tenue en très haute estime, qui a pour mandat de favoriser et de promouvoir l’étude et la diffusion des arts, ainsi que la production d’œuvres d’art au profit de tous les Canadiens. Nos salaires et avantages sociaux sont très concurrentiels. Pour en savoir davantage sur le Conseil des arts du Canada, visitez notre site web à l’adresse www.conseildesarts.ca.

Au sujet du poste

Sous la supervision directe du directeur général, Communications et rayonnement des arts, le directeur, Communications marketing, s’appuiera sur la situation dans le secteur des arts, au Conseil, au pays et partout dans le monde pour mettre en place des stratégies de communication visant à rehausser le profil et la visibilité du Conseil, en plus de ceux des artistes et organisations artistiques qu’il soutient, ainsi qu’à mieux faire comprendre le rôle essentiel que jouent les arts dans la vie de tous les Canadiens.

En tant que directeur, Communications marketing, vous devrez :

• Tirer parti d’occasions de communication pour établir la réputation du Conseil et renforcer le rôle et l’influence des arts dans la société, au travers de conversations constructives et soutenues impliquant nos employés, nos partenaires et le public.

• Superviser l’élaboration des communications numériques (blogues, web et médias sociaux, intranet), les relations avec les médias et les communications de l’institution (discours, rapports annuels).

• Piloter l’élaboration de cadres et de normes de gestion des activités de communications à l’échelle du Conseil, notamment la préparation d’un plan annuel de communication marketing qui prévoira les principales stratégies relatives aux différents intervenants, l’attribution des ressources et les mesures du rendement. Le plan expliquera comment rapprocher différents publics afin qu’on parle davantage des arts au Canada et ailleurs, et ce, en réunissant les artistes et le public issus de notre communauté active en ligne, en utilisant des réseaux de contenu de marque et en mettant sur pied des partenariats et des événements.

• Superviser l’exécution du travail et s’assurer que le personnel s’attache à saisir les bonnes occasions et produit des documents, des traductions, des campagnes numériques et du matériel de grande qualité.

• Mettre de l’avant la marque et la réputation du Conseil, notamment la gestion des enjeux, ainsi que la création d’outils visant à aider les employés du Conseil à mieux comprendre l’identité de marque, à formuler les messages clés et à engager des conversations sérieuses avec leur communauté.

• Offrir des conseils éclairés au directeur général, Communications et rayonnement des arts et au comité exécutif de gestion relativement à leurs responsabilités, et veiller à ce que toutes les activités et fonctions relevant de leurs sphères de compétence soient conformes au Plan stratégique du Conseil.

• Assumer, à l’échelle du Conseil, la gestion et la mise en œuvre opérationnelle des stratégies, fonctions et services de communication intégrés, actuels, pertinents et axés sur le public, ainsi que des médias sociaux et des activités de relations publiques afin de réaliser la transformation du modèle de financement du Conseil et la transition vers le nouveau modèle.

• Superviser une équipe de 18 employés, dont trois relèveront directement de vous : le gestionnaire, Contenu des communications, le gestionnaire, Web et marque, et le gestionnaire, Communautés et engagement numériques.

• Travailler en étroite collaboration avec les intervenants internes et externes afin d’atteindre les objectifs, et guider les membres du personnel du Service afin qu’ils puissent renforcer et améliorer leurs compétences dans un environnement très dynamique en évolution rapide. Vous serez en déplacement jusqu’à 20 jours par année et serez appelé, à l’occasion, à travailler selon un horaire irrégulier.

Exigences du poste

Éducation

• Diplôme de premier cycle en administration publique, en communications, en journalisme, en administration des affaires, en arts contemporains ou dans un domaine connexe, ou combinaison équivalente d’études et d’expérience professionnelle liées aux secteurs de responsabilité du poste.

Expérience

• Dix (10) ans d’expérience en gestion et en administration à des postes comportant de plus en plus de responsabilités, dont cinq (5) ans d’expérience à un poste de supervision consistant à gérer les employés, les budgets et les actifs, de préférence dans le milieu des arts;

• Expérience en élaboration de stratégies de communication dans un contexte numérique;

• Expérience de la gestion de l’image de marque, des stratégies de communication, des relations médiatiques et publiques et du web.

Connaissances

• Connaissance approfondie de la terminologie des arts ainsi que du mandat, des programmes, des politiques, des publics et des domaines d’intérêt du Conseil des arts du Canada;

• Connaissance des tendances en matière de communications et marketing, particulièrement dans un contexte numérique.

Habiletés et compétences

• Excellentes aptitudes pour la gestion, la planification ainsi que la budgétisation, et solides compétences en organisation;

• Excellentes compétences en gestion des personnes; personnalité dynamique et axée sur le travail en équipe, capable d’inspirer et de mobiliser une équipe au rendement élevé;

• Excellentes compétences en relations interpersonnelles, en leadership et en résolution de problèmes;

• Capacité probante à gérer des projets de grande envergure, à évaluer et coordonner les ressources (humaines, techniques et financières) et à mettre sur pied des plans et des équipes de projet efficaces;

• Capacité à superviser la conception et le contenu pour que les documents produits diffusent une image à la hauteur de la réputation et des aspirations du Conseil.

Exigences linguistiques

• Le poste requiert l’utilisation des deux langues officielles. Les exigences relatives à la langue officielle seconde sont les suivantes : compétence orale et compréhension de l’écrit – niveau avancé; expression écrite – niveau intermédiaire.

Ce poste est situé à Ottawa.

Comment soumettre votre candidature

Envoyez le formulaire de demande d’emploi dûment rempli (conseildesarts.ca/a-propos/carrieres), en prenant soin de citer le ou les numéros de concours auxquels vous êtes intéressés, ainsi qu’une lettre de présentation adressée à Mylène Mougeot, Ressources humaines, et une copie de votre curriculum vitæ avant la date de clôture, par courriel à : competition@conseildesarts.ca. Nous vous serions reconnaissants de bien vouloir regrouper l’ensemble de la documentation demandée dans un seul document PDF.

Pour obtenir plus de renseignements, veuillez communiquer avec Mylène Mougeot, par téléphone, au 613 566-4414 ou au 1 800 263-5588, poste 4124, ou par courriel à competition@conseildesarts.ca.

Nous remercions tous les candidats de leur intérêt; cependant, nous ne communiquerons qu’avec les personnes sélectionnées pour une entrevue ou un examen.

Nous accordons une grande valeur à la diversité de l’effectif, et nous encourageons les candidats à déclarer volontairement s’ils sont membres des groupes désignés suivants : femmes, minorités visibles, Autochtones et personnes handicapées.

Nous nous engageons à offrir un environnement de travail inclusif et accessible à tous les employés et postulants. Si vous avez besoin de mesures d’adaptation durant le processus de dotation, veuillez communiquer avec un membre de l’équipe des ressources humaines. Le genre masculin est utilisé comme générique à seule fin d’alléger le texte.

Salaire horaire, salaire ou échelle salariale: 
106,900$ à 125,700$
Date limite pour soumettre la demande: 
Jeudi, Février 1, 2018
Date de début: 
Mercredi, Janvier 17, 2018
Genre de travail: 
À temps plein
Ville: 
Ottawa
Province: 
Ontario
Niveau de scolarité: 
Université (Études de premier cycle)
Langues: 
L’anglais
Le français
Déplacement nécessaire?: 
Oui
Méthode préférée pour recevoir les demandes d’emploi: 
Par courriel

Director, Marketing Communications

Competition: 2403 (Internal/External)

Status: Regular Full-Time

Salary Scale: $106,900 to $125,700

Closing date: February 1, 2018

The results of this competition may also be used to fill other similar vacancies, on a temporary or regular basis.

About the Canada Council for the Arts

Join our team and play a role in supporting Canadian creativity. The Canada Council is a dynamic, highly-respected federal Crown corporation with a mandate to foster and promote the study and enjoyment of, and production of works in, the arts for the benefit of all Canadians. We offer competitive salaries and benefit packages. For more information about the Canada Council for the Arts, please visit our website at www.canadacouncil.ca.

About the role

Under the direct supervision of the Director General, Communications and Public Engagement, the Director, Marketing Communications, will leverage what’s happening within the arts sector, Council, across Canada and around the world to build communications strategies to increase the profile and visibility of Council, and of the artists and arts organizations we support, as well as to increase the understanding of the integral role of the arts in the lives of all Canadians.

As the Director, Marketing Communications, you will:

• Capitalize on timely communications opportunities to build Council’s reputation and reinforce the role and power of the arts in society through meaningful and sustained conversations that engage our employees, our partners, and the public.

• Oversee the development of digital communications (blog, web and social media, intranet), media relations, and corporate communications (speeches, annual report).

• Take the lead for developing frameworks and standards for managing Council-wide central communications activities, including the development of an annual marketing communications plan that includes key strategies for various stakeholders, allocation of resources and performance measurement. The plan will also explore how we can connect various publics to get the arts into more Canadian and international conversations by bringing together artists and audiences in our active online community, and through branded content channels, as well as through partnerships and events.

• Oversee the implementation of the work, ensuring staff are focused on the right opportunities and deliver high quality writing, translation, and production of digital campaigns, and materials.

• Take the lead on fostering Council’s brand and reputation – including issues management – and building tools to help all Council staff better understand the brand identity, articulate key messages, and engage in meaningful conversations with their communities.

• Provide expert advice to the Director General, Communications and Public Engagement and the Executive Management Committee (EMC) in areas of accountability and ensures that all activities and functions under the areas of accountability are aligned with the Council’s Strategic Plan.

• Take the lead for operational management and implementation of Council-wide, integrated, timely, relevant audience-based communications strategies, services and functions, and social media and public relations activities in order to implement the transformation and transition of the Council’s New Funding Model.

• Oversea a team of 18 that includes three direct reports: Manager, Communications Content, Manager, Web and Brand, and Manager, Community and Digital Engagement.

• Work highly collaboratively with internal and external stakeholders to achieve objectives, and mentor staff within the Section to grow and develop their capacity in a very dynamic, fast-paced environment. You will be required to travel up to 20 days per year and on occasion, work irregular hours.

Basic requirements of the position

Education

• An undergraduate degree in public administration, communications, journalism, business management, contemporary arts or a related field or an equivalent combination of education and professional experience in the areas of accountability.

Experience

• Ten (10) years of progressively responsible management and administration experience, including five (5) years of experience in a supervisory role managing employees, budgets and assets, preferably within the arts sector.

• Experience in developing communications strategies in a digital context;

• Experience in brand management, communications strategy, media and public relations, and the web.

Knowledge

• Strong knowledge of arts terminology and of the mandate, programs, policies, audiences and fields of interest of the Canada Council;

• Knowledge of communications and marketing trends, particularly in a digital context.

Skills & Competencies

• Excellent management, planning and budgeting skills and solid organizational skills; • Excellent people management skills; dynamic, team oriented and the ability to inspire and empower a high-performing team;

• Excellent interpersonal, leadership and problem-solving skills;

• Demonstrated ability to manage projects of substantial scope, assess and coordinate resources (human, technical and financial) and build effective project plans and teams;

• Ability to provide oversight on both design and content to ensure materials produced are in keeping with Council’s reputation and aspirations.

Bilingual Requirements

• This position required the use of both official languages. The requirements in the second official language are: an advance level in oral and reading comprehension and an intermediate level in writing.

This position is located in Ottawa.

How to apply

Send the complete Application Form (www.canadacouncil.ca/careers) quoting the competition number listed above and a copy of your resume to the attention of Mylène Mougeot, Human Resources, prior to the closing date by email at competition@canadacouncil.ca. If possible, please send all documents as one PDF file.

For more information please contact Mylène Mougeot at 613-566-4414 or 1-800-263-5588, extension 4124 or by e-mail at competition@canadacouncil.ca.

We thank all applicants for their interest; only those selected for an interview and/or a written exam will be contacted.

We value diversity in our workforce and encourage candidates to self-identify as members of the following designated groups: women, visible minorities, Aboriginal peoples and persons with disabilities.

We are committed to providing a workplace that is inclusive and accessible to all. Should you require accommodation during the staffing process, please do not hesitate to contact a member of our Human Resources team.

Salaire horaire, salaire ou échelle salariale: 
$106,900 to $125,700
Date limite pour soumettre la demande: 
Jeudi, Février 1, 2018
Date de début: 
Mercredi, Janvier 17, 2018
Genre de travail: 
À temps plein
Ville: 
Ottawa
Province: 
Ontario
Niveau de scolarité: 
Université (Études de premier cycle)
Langues: 
L’anglais
Le français
Déplacement nécessaire?: 
Oui
Méthode préférée pour recevoir les demandes d’emploi: 
Par courriel

Executive Director

THE ORGANIZATION
 
“Theatre Calgary’s vision is to stand amongst the best theatres globally as a leader in innovative, impactful and diverse programming. Its mission is to stimulate, provoke and delight through ambitious programming created to ignite, local, national and international engagement.”
 
Theatre Calgary reflects the communities, the country, and the world we live in with ambitious programming, passionate community engagement and extraordinary productions. Because of this, Theatre Calgary is one of the most recognizable arts and cultural institutions in Canada. For 50-years, we have focused our energy on providing our community with quality classic and contemporary productions, featuring the best talent on our mainstage. Today, we are Calgary's largest professional theatre company and a proud supporter of local emerging artists with bold aspirations for the future. 
 
Over the past 11-years, Theatre Calgary has engaged in national collaborations with companies such as the Shaw Festival, the National Arts Centre, the Citadel Theatre, as well as internationally with the American Conservatory Theater (USA) and Lamplighter Drama (UK). During this time, Theatre Calgary’s FUSE Enbridge New Play Development Program has led directly to the world premieres of several new Canadian works. The company deepened its commitment to Calgary’s theatre community, presenting an annual co-production in One Yellow Rabbit’s High Performance Rodeo and producing Shakespeare by the Bow, performed each summer outdoors in Prince’s Island Park in downtown Calgary, featuring young emerging artists.  
 
Theatre Calgary is a model of strong fiscal management in the Canadian arts sector. Theatre Calgary’s Endowment has been built on this premise and is stewarded by a separate Board.  
 
But the best is yet to come! Under the leadership of our outstanding new Artistic Director, Stafford Arima, Theatre Calgary is focused on bold storytelling and impactful theatre that will move, touch, and inspire audiences for his first season, Theatre Calgary’s 51st season in 2018-2019. Stafford is committed to inspiring the continued evolution of Theatre Calgary as it strives to achieve its vision beyond the mainstage, as outlined in our strategic plan, tcBOLD.  
 
 
THE POSITION
 
This is a unique opportunity to co-lead one of Canada’s most dynamic and successful theatre companies. Theatre Calgary (TC) is seeking an inspiring Executive Director (ED) to work in collaboration with our new Artistic Director (AD), Stafford Arima, to realize the company’s exciting future.
 
Together with the AD, the ED will lead TC to a new level of engagement with audiences while increasing TC’s prominence and importance amongst global theatre companies. The ED will seek the approval of Theatre Calgary’s Board of Directors (Board) in the development, implementation, and evaluation of sound policies, objectives and practices in support of TC’s advancement.
 
The ED shares responsibility for the overall strategic management of the organization and is wholly responsible for providing leadership of the administrative, financial, and general operations of the company, including oversight of the Finance, Marketing and Audience Development, Fund Development, Community Engagement, and Administrative departments.
 
The ED’s direct reports include the Director of Finance and Administration, Director of Development, Senior Manager of Learning and Engagement, Government Relations Coordinator and Executive Assistant, and the Director of Communications and Director of Marketing and Audience Development (in a joint report with the AD).
 
RESPONSIBILITIES
 
Organizational Leadership

  • In partnership with the AD and as approved by the Board, lead the company forward in the execution of the current strategic plan with a compelling company vision that inspires and motivates. Semi-annually evaluate the advancement of the strategic plan.
  • In collaboration with the AD, the Board, the organization and the stakeholders, develop a future strategic plan following tcBOLD.
  • In collaboration with the AD, ensure an administrative organizational structure is in place that complements TC’s artistic/production organizational structure and has the capacity to execute the strategic plan. 
  • Develop and foster a workplace culture that maintains the highest standards of excellence, equality, creativity, collaboration, inclusiveness, and fiscal, operational, and organizational integrity. Ensure compliance with labour, occupational health and safety and human rights standards.
  • Provide inspirational leadership to staff and volunteers to deliver to the strategic plan.
  • In partnership with the AD, represent TC with key local, provincial and national government officials, industry executives, strategic partners, donors, members, patrons, and other relevant sectors including public and private speaking opportunities. 
  • Successfully negotiate the leasehold/tenant agreements with Arts Commons and leases for other facilities, as well as the ongoing management of those relationships.
  • Establish a strong, collaborative and respectful working relationship with the Chair(s), the Board of Directors for the Society and the Theatre Calgary Endowment Foundation Board (Endowment Board) to maximize the value of the Board to the organization. 
  • Work transparently with the Boards to ensure the opportunity to perform their fiduciary duties. 
  • Contribute as a non-voting ex-officio on the Board committees and on the Endowment Board. 

Financial Oversight

  • Responsible for developing an overall financial strategy for the organization in consultation with the AD and the Board that provides funding to advance the strategic plan and the artistic vision.
  • Provide leadership to the Director of Finance and Administration, ensuring sound financial structures, regulatory practices and accurate reporting systems are in place including preparing the audited financial statements of both organizations. 
  • Lead the Director of Finance and Administration, as well as all members of TC senior management in developing a business plan and an annual budget that achieves the advancement of the artistic vision and the strategic plan for the approval of the Board of Directors.  
  • Assume responsibility of the direct fiscal management of the organization within the approved budget, ensuring optimized resource utilization, and maintaining a positive financial position including the management of cash flow and approval of capital expenditures and acquisitions.
  • In conjunction with the Director of Finance and Administration, prepare appropriate financial reporting regarding the fiscal management for the review of the Chair, the Chair of Audit and Finance, the Audit and Finance Committee and the Board as a whole. 

Fund Development

  • Lead fund development strategies ensuring alignment with the artistic vision and the strategic plan.
  • Provide leadership to the Director of Development to enable the creation and implementation of an annual fundraising strategy and campaign, including working collaboratively with the Development Department, the organization as a whole, the Board and the Board's Development Committee.
  • Secure a robust and diverse support base for TC by supporting the Director of Development and the Development Department in establishing, managing and enhancing existing and new relationships with key sponsors and donors, to facilitate the creation of new and renewed sources of major gifts, sponsorships and grants.

Branding and Market Positioning and Communications 

  • In collaboration with the AD, lead the creation of the overall marketing and communications strategy to ensure continued and expanding engagement with audiences and external communities.
  • Working with the AD, provide leadership to the Director of Marketing in the development, implementation and analysis of leading-edge marketing and branding for TC using both traditional and advanced digital strategies and advanced analytics. 
  • Alongside the AD, provide leadership to the Director of Communications in developing and implementing strategies to ensure patrons, funders, donors, business/community leaders, elected officials and the public understand TC’s role, value, and contributions locally, nationally and internationally through traditional media, the website and advanced use of social media.  
  • Establish and oversee communications protocols internally and externally that both serve the mandate of the Theatre as well as work to promote awareness and growth of the organization.

Audience Development and Community Engagement

  • Lead TC’s overall strategies to develop audiences and engage in communities as outlined in the strategic plan, and identify the metrics.
  • Provide leadership to the Director of Audience Services in developing and implementing a tactical plan to achieve the goals set out to secure budgeted results for subscriptions, single ticket and school sales using best practices in all areas to maximize the patron experience.
  • Working directly with the Senior Manager of Learning and Engagement develop and implement the Theatre’s audience development, learning/education and engagement strategies and tactical plan. 

Front of House

  • Inspire goals for the organization in delivering world-class experiences for Theatre Calgary patrons.  

CANDIDATE QUALIFICATIONS

  • A demonstrated track record of inclusive and strategic leadership, vision, collaboration and team building. 
  • Strong interpersonal skills, integrity, high energy and creativity.
  • Alignment with TC’s mission, vision and values.
  • Experience in a senior leadership position with an emphasis on sales and marketing, fundraising, Board relations, public relations and patron experience. This experience may have been within or outside of the performing arts. 
  • Proven ability to successfully develop and implement long-term strategic and annual tactical plans and measure the advancement. 
  • Knowledge of theatre activity: locally, nationally and internationally is an asset. 
  • Strong financial management skills and experience in creating, managing, presenting and interpreting budgets. 
  • Excellent stakeholder management skills with experience reporting to a Board of Directors.
  • Experience in leading, managing fundraising strategies and campaigns and identifying new sources and increased levels of contributed income.
  • Outstanding communication and presentation skills. Able to speak and write persuasively and serve as the spokesperson for the company in public and in the media.
  • Experience and knowledge in marketing, advertising and public relations; particularly as they relate to growing ticket and other earned income revenue. This would include an understanding and awareness of the uses of social media, data analytics and the digital world in building brand and engagement. Familiarity with Tessitura or other enterprise applications used by performing arts and cultural organizations to manage their activities in ticketing, fundraising, customer relationship management and marketing is an asset.
  • Experience building and effectively managing government and community relations.
  • Experience in dealing with facility management including negotiations of leases, ongoing landlord stewardship, as well as project management of renovations, leasehold improvements and maintenance.

CANDIDATE ATTRIBUTES

  • Natural leadership skills; a proactive and dynamic professional who inspires confidence and credibility; has a strategic orientation and an honest, transparent and collaborative leadership style.
  • A desire and ability to partner with TC’s AD to co-lead the development and execution of the organization’s visions and goals as set out in the strategic plan.
  • A genuine commitment to establish an internal culture that values people and provides an opportunity for everyone to flourish.
  • Authentic and genuine communication skills and public speaking abilities.  The personal stature to inspire the organization, the Board and the stakeholders by representing the Theatre with integrity.
  • Dedicated to the principles of equal opportunity, cultural diversity, and broadening access to the arts.
  • A strong results-oriented work ethic.
  • A confident, calm, and tactful professional approach that demonstrates EI with an ability to deal with a wide variety of people and with changing internal and external conditions. 
  • A pragmatic and effective problem-solver.
  • A commitment to contribute to the Calgary community.

COMPENSATION
 
A competitive compensation package will be provided with salary, bonus, and applicable benefits. 
 
HOW TO APPLY
 
Please submit your application by emailing your cover letter and résumé no later than Monday, February 12th, 2018 to: theatrecalgary@searchlightcanada.com.
 
Theatre Calgary is an equal-opportunity employer.
 

Date limite pour soumettre la demande: 
Lundi, Février 12, 2018
Genre de travail: 
À temps plein
Ville: 
Calgary
Province: 
Alberta
Niveau de scolarité: 
Collège/Cégep
Langues: 
L’anglais
Déplacement nécessaire?: 
Oui
Méthode préférée pour recevoir les demandes d’emploi: 
Par courriel

Managing Director

Position Overview:

The Managing Director will work co-operatively with the Artistic Director in maintaining Presentation House as a vibrant performing arts space and public venue; serve as the administrative lead and implement policy; oversee all finances; work closely with the Board of Directors; and supervise all staff outside of production.  The Managing Director will serve as the Presentation House lead liaison with the City North Vancouver.

Day-to-day responsibilities:

  • Develop, monitor and maintain administrative procedures
  • Manage human resource matters
  • Oversee the development and maintenance of annual operating budget
  • Develop and maintain organization operating plan
  • Oversee the development of annual operating budget for program and building, fund development and the organization’s financial operations
  • Overall management of Presentation House/Anne MacDonald buildings and grounds
  • Lead fund development plans and strategies
  • Co-ordinate funding applications for grants from municipal, provincial, national and international funders
  • Oversee all marketing materials, sales and initiatives

Qualifications:

  • Experienced leader in the arts, preferably in theatre
  • Effective communicator
  • Proven record in fundraising and ability to manage relationships with donors, funders and sponsors
  • Experience in the writing of grants and applications
  • Proficiency and experience with computer software programs that support finance, operations, marketing and communications
  • Experience in venue management and operations

 

Date limite pour soumettre la demande: 
Samedi, Février 10, 2018
Genre de travail: 
À temps plein
Ville: 
North Vancouver
Province: 
Colombie-Britannique
Niveau de scolarité: 
Université (Études de premier cycle)
Langues: 
L’anglais
Langues supplémentaires: 
French
Déplacement nécessaire?: 
Non
Méthode préférée pour recevoir les demandes d’emploi: 
Par courriel

Coordonnateur ou coordonnatrice de l'engagement

Aperçu

Mobilisation culturelle est une initiative de collaboration conçue pour soutenir les artistes, les organismes artistiques et les établissements d'enseignement au Canada. L'intention est de former un réseau qui, par divers travaux de recherche, examinera des questions de politique publique en matière de culture, et ce aux paliers organisationnels, sectoriels et gouvernementaux.
 
L'initiative est régie par certains principes clés, notamment :

  • Respect mutuel : prise en compte, dans le cours de notre travail, de perspectives diverses avec une insistance particulière sur le pluralisme culturel.
  • Accès : pratique permanente qui consiste à définir et à améliorer l'accès avec nos communautés.
  • Travail décent : mise en oeuvre et évaluation de nos propres pratiques en matière de travail décent, et ce dans le contexte des services à notre secteur, et avec nos équipes, nos employés et nos experts-conseils.
  • Vérité et réconciliation : action collaborative pour la réalisation d'objectifs bénéfiques à la fois pour les collectivités autochtones et les collectivités non autochtones.
  • Énergie transformatrice : renforcement des relations et des démarches créatives pour répondre aux besoins aux besoins du secteur dans un contexte multigénérationnel.
  • Stabilité : engagement en faveur de pratiques durables dans nos activités, programmes, projets et évaluations pour améliorer notre travail.
  • Intégrité : exécution de manière éthique de nos travaux de recherche ; collecte de données exactes ;  promotion de la transparence et ouverture.

L'initiative Mobilisation culturelle favorise un milieu de travail où toutes les personnes sont traitées avec respect et dignité.  Nous nous efforçons de veiller à l'accessibilité du processus de sélection et du milieu de travail.  Les personnes ayant un handicap obtiendront des mesures d'adaptation sur demande. Si vous avez besoin de mesures d'adaptation à l'une quelconque des étapes du processus, veuillez nous en informer et nous verrons avec vous comment répondre à vos besoins.

Description de poste

L'initiative Mobilisation culturelle est à la recherche d'une personne polyvalente et mûre qui apprécie à leur juste valeur les pratiques fondées sur la collectivité et s'épanouit dans les milieux de travail trépidants et souples.  La personne idéale trouve plaisir à organiser des réunions entre collègues et à travailler en équipe.   Elle se dévoue à la cause du secteur des arts et de la culture à l'échelle du pays, et comprend bien les politiques publiques en matière de culture ainsi que le secteur des arts au Canada, pour lesquels elle a fait un intérêt marqué.

Exigences
·Minutie
·Aptitudes démontrées à l'analyse, à la recherche et à la consultation
·Expérience de l'organisation de réunions pour des groupes en ligne et en personne
·Aptitudes en matière de relations interpersonnelles, de communications et d'exposés devant un public (à l'écrit et à l'oral)
·Capacité de travailler en équipe et de façon autonome
·Aptitudes exceptionnelles au leadership et à la gestion du temps
·Aptitudes démontrées à la réflexion créative et à la prise de décisions bien fondées
·Expérience de la résolution de problèmes et de la gestion du risque
·Bilinguisme (connaissance de l'anglais et du français ; doit pouvoir communiquer dans les deux langues)
 
Responsabilités

  • Planifier, coordonner et promouvoir les vingt consultations prévues en 2018 dans le cadre de l'initiative Mobilisation culturelle.
  • Organiser et tenir à jour des données, et préparer des rapports périodiques à l'intention du Groupe de travail de la Mobilisation culturelle.
  • Élaborer des trousses à l'intention des animateurs des consultations et des hôtes régionaux.
  • Favoriser et entretenir des rapports étroits avec les communautés artistiques et culturelles, avec les hôtes régionaux pour les consultations et la conférence, avec l'équipe de direction et d'autres intervenants encore.
  • Identifier les thèmes et enjeux du jour qui concernent les arts et la culture dans le dessein de définir des possibilités de recherche.
  • Élaborer, planifier et exécuter une stratégie de marketing pour réaliser les buts et objectifs de l'initiative.

Atouts

  • Expérience de plates-formes en ligne (Wordpress et médias sociaux)
  • Diplôme universitaire ou collégial, ou connaissances équivalentes, dans les domaines, par exemple, de l'histoire, de l'histoire publique, des études culturelles, des politiques publiques, de l'administration des arts et de l'éducation dans le domaine des arts 
  • Connaissances générales des politiques publiques canadiennes en matière d'arts et de culture, et intérêt marqué pour ce domaine.

Heures de travail
Il s'agit d'un poste contractuel d'une durée d'un an.  Les heures de travail sont souples et dépendent du degré d'activité ; il s'agirait en moyenne de 50 à 55 heures par mois, sur une période de douze mois. 
 
Veuillez faire parvenir votre curriculum vitae et la lettre d'accompagnement à info@massculture.ca en précisant Coordonnateur ou coordonnatrice de l'engagement à la ligne Objet.
 

 

 

Salaire horaire, salaire ou échelle salariale: 
$15,000
Date limite pour soumettre la demande: 
Mardi, Janvier 30, 2018
Date de début: 
Jeudi, Février 15, 2018
Genre de travail: 
À contrat
Ville: 
Toronto
Province: 
Ontario
Niveau de scolarité: 
Université (Études de premier cycle)
Langues: 
L’anglais
Le français
Déplacement nécessaire?: 
Non
Méthode préférée pour recevoir les demandes d’emploi: 
Par courriel

Engagement Coordinator

 

Overview

Mass Culture/Mobilisation Culturelle is  a collaborative initiative that strives to support artists, arts organizations and academic institutions across the country. The intent is to form a network, which, through research, will address cultural policy issues at organizational, sectoral, and governmental levels.  

We commit to:

  • Mutual Respect: cultural pluralism and diverse perspectives engaging our work.
  • Access: an ongoing practice of defining and improving access with our communities.
  • Decent Work: implement and evaluate our own decent work practices in service to our sector, our team(s), and each employee.
  • Truth and Reconciliation: making collaborative action toward mutually beneficial goals between Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities.
  • Transformative Power: deepen relationships and creative approaches that address the needs of the sector across generations.
  • Stability: ongoing evaluation to improve our work. We commit to sustainable practices in our operations, programming, and projects.
  • Integrity: conducting ethical research, collecting accurate data, valuing transparency, and embracing debate.

Mass Culture/Mobilisation Culturelle is committed to providing a work environment in which all individuals are treated with respect and dignity.  We strive  to provide  an accessible  selection process  and workplace.  For individuals with disabilities, accommodation is available upon request. Should you require accommodation at any stage of the process, please let us know.  We will work with you to meet your needs.

Job Description

Mass Culture/Mobilisation Culturelle is looking for a versatile individual who operates with maturity, enjoys community-based practices as well as fast paced and  flexible working environments. This person must enjoy being immersed in convening and collaborating spaces, be dedicated to connecting  the arts and culture sector nation-wide, and have an understanding and passion for cultural policy and the Canadian Arts sector.

Requirements

·Detail oriented
·Demonstrates strong analytical, research and consultation skills
·Experience in convening groups, online and in-person
·Possess interpersonal, presentation and communication capabilities (written and verbal)
·Able to work both independently and on a team
·Exceptional leadership and time management skills
·Exhibits creative thinking and sound decision making abilities
·Problem solving and risk management experience
·Bilingual (English & French; Must be able to communicate in both languages)

Responsibilities

  • Plan, coordinate and promote Mass Culture/Mobilisation Culturelle’s 20 nation-wide consultations over Winter-Spring 2018
  • Identify current arts and cultural themes and issues to identify trends and opportunities for research
  • Organize and maintain metrics and prepare periodic reports to Mass Culture/Mobilisation Culturelle working group
  • Develop toolkits for consultation facilitators and regional hosts
  • Foster strong relationships with arts and cultural communities;  regional hosts for the consultations and conference; executive team and additional stakeholders
  • Create, plan and execute promotional tools, project initiatives, goals and objectives

Assets

·Experience with online platforms (Wordpress and Social Media)
·University/College degree or comparable level of knowledge in the areas (or similar) of History, Public History, Cultural Studies, Public Policy, Arts Administration and Education  
·General knowledge and passion of Canadian arts and cultural policy

Hours of Work:
This position is a one year contract.  Hours of work are flexible and dependant upon activity, averaging approximately 50-55 hours per month over 12 months.  

Contact:
Send Cover-letters and Resumes to info@massculture.ca with "Engagement Coordinator" in the subject line
 

 

Salaire horaire, salaire ou échelle salariale: 
$15,000
Date limite pour soumettre la demande: 
Mardi, Janvier 30, 2018
Date de début: 
Jeudi, Février 15, 2018
Genre de travail: 
À contrat
Ville: 
Toronto
Province: 
Ontario
Niveau de scolarité: 
Université (Études de premier cycle)
Langues: 
L’anglais
Le français
Déplacement nécessaire?: 
Non
Méthode préférée pour recevoir les demandes d’emploi: 
Par courriel

Vice President. Marketing & Sales

The Vancouver Symphony Orchestra (VSO) is the third largest orchestra in Canada, with an annual operating budget of $16 million. Performing more than 150 concerts per year throughout Vancouver, the surrounding communities and the province of British Columbia, the VSO serves over 250,000 patrons annually, including 50,000 children and young adults. Maestro Bramwell Tovey, who has served as Music Director since 2000, will hand over his responsibilities to renowned Dutch conductor Otto Tausk in July 2018.

The Vice President, Marketing & Sales reports directly to the President and is a key member of the senior management team. The Vice President is responsible for all strategic and tactical elements of the marketing and sales efforts of the VSO and the VSO School of Music, including developing and implementing new strategies for revenue and audience growth, creating and executing on an annual marketing plan, and ensuring all marketing and sales objectives are met. The Vice President oversees and directs social media, print, radio, television, and other digital platforms in addition to overseeing direct mail and e-mail campaigns. The Vice President also leads public and media relations, and promotions in support of the strategic goals of the organization. She/he recommends pricing strategies and supervises relationships with consultants in telemarketing, design/branding, ticketing, and client services.

The successful candidate will have a minimum of five years of leadership experience overseeing traditional and digital marketing programs designed to drive revenue and audience growth. Experience in leading high performing teams, preferably from a progressive organization in the arts and culture sector is preferred. She/he will possess demonstrated strategic planning, entrepreneurial drive, creativity, and team building in addition to excellent writing, communication, presentation and interpersonal skills. The ability to work collaboratively in a fast-paced and demanding environment with a proven track record working with peers, board members, volunteers and representatives of the community is necessary.  Personal knowledge and appreciation of classical music and the fine arts is a prerequisite.

If this is the next step in your professional career, visit our website and submit your application Shaun Carpenter and Shelina Esmail at www.pfmsearch.com.

Date limite pour soumettre la demande: 
Jeudi, Février 1, 2018
Date de début: 
Dimanche, Avril 1, 2018
Genre de travail: 
À temps plein
Ville: 
Vancouver
Province: 
Colombie-Britannique
Niveau de scolarité: 
Université (Études de premier cycle)
Langues: 
L’anglais
Déplacement nécessaire?: 
Non
Méthode préférée pour recevoir les demandes d’emploi: 
Par courriel

Development Specialist - Individual Giving and Major Gifts

POSITION: Development Specialist - Individual Giving and Major Gifts

DEPARTMENT: Development   

REPORTS TO: Director, Development & Membership

POSITION TYPE: Full- Time contract position (37.5 hours per week) with flexible hours including some evenings and weekends as scheduled for museum events.  

 

JOB PURPOSE

This position is responsible for all annual appeals and actively seeks out individuals in the community that have the interest and capacity to support THEMUSEUM through a transformational contribution(s).  The position grows and maintains the individual giving donor base through strategic acquisition and a strong stewardship campaign.

PRIMARY DUTES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Individual Giving Campaigns - With input from the Director of Development chooses focus or theme of campaigns. Writes a comprehensive work back schedule that meets the budget timelines. Writes the donor appeal: letter, key messages, etc. Prepares and orders all accompanying materials: donation form, business return envelopes, etc. Submits design requests for all appeal marketing materials: print, social media, etc. Creates a plan to grow and maintain donor programs.

Prospect Research – Performs prospect research on potential Major Gift donors. Identifies individuals and families that provide support to NFPs , and prepares detailed reports of findings. Prepares action plans. Makes contact with prospects, and cultivates relationships. Records necessary information on prospects.

Major Gifts Relationship Management - Cultivates relationships with prospects and current donors, holds regular meetings with prospects. Provides stewardship, including: sending thank you cards, attending award ceremonies, informing through regular communication, etc. Records all findings, meetings and communications. Brief the CEO and Director of Development on pertinent information and involve them when necessary.

Annual Donor Stewardship - Creates a comprehensive stewardship plan for all annual donors. Oversees all stewardship tasks and ensures that these are completed in a timely manner: tax receipts, thank you letters, invitations, etc. Organizes and executes all stewardship activity as promised to donors, including recognition, contributing to the development of an annual Community Impact Report, and planning an annual Donor Dinner

SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS

Two Year Community College Diploma in Business Administration, with a focus on fundraising, communication, arts management

Certified Fund Raising Executive Designation (CFRE) is an asset

Diploma/Degree in fundraising is an asset

EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:

Two years related experience in fundraising, specifically Individual Giving and/or Major Gifts, including:

·         Knowledge of fundraising practices and CRA guidelines

·         Experience in securing gifts of $5000 or more from individual donors

·         Experience in planning and executing Individual Giving campaigns: direct mail, e-appeals, etc.

·         Extensive knowledge in donor stewardship

About THEMUSEUM

THEMUSEUM’s vision is to awe, inspire and enlighten and staging permanent and temporary experiences for both children and adults. Located in downtown Kitchener, THEMUSEUM is a charitable organization, unique in its field.  THEMUSEUM offers a blend of art and technology at play and provides an opportunity for children and adults to learn in a fun, imaginative, non-traditional, creative environment. We encourage you to visit our website at www.THEMUSEUM.ca.

 

CLOSING DATE: Friday January 14, 2018

START DATE: Thursday, February 7, 2018

Please direct resumes & cover letters to:

THEMUSEUM

10 King Street West Kitchener, ON N2G 1A3

Attention: Andrea Jimenez

Email: Andrea.Jimenez@THEMUSEUM.ca

We thank all interested applicants; however, THEMUSEUM will contact only those candidates to be interviewed. No phone calls please.

 

 

 

Date limite pour soumettre la demande: 
Dimanche, Janvier 14, 2018
Date de début: 
Mercredi, Février 7, 2018
Genre de travail: 
À temps plein
Ville: 
Kitchener
Province: 
Ontario
Niveau de scolarité: 
Collège/Cégep
Langues: 
L’anglais
Déplacement nécessaire?: 
Non
Méthode préférée pour recevoir les demandes d’emploi: 
Par courriel

Project Manager: North Shore Cultural Mapping

Project Manager:  North Shore Cultural Mapping
February 2018 – June 2020

The North Vancouver Community Arts Council is seeking a visionary and creative thinker to manage a project to build an online cultural map of Vancouver’s North Shore region.  The ideal candidate is passionate about culture, a great communicator, networker, independent worker, and excels at seeing projects to fruition on budget and on time.

The Project
The North Vancouver Community Arts Council (NVCAC) has taken the lead on a project to map the cultural assets of all three North Shore municipalities: the District of North Vancouver, the City of North Vancouver, and the District of West Vancouver. Information about the cultural assets from the three municipalities and two First Nations will be compiled into a free, online, GIS driven, interactive mapping tool that will become a hub for North Shore culture and available to everyone. This tool is intended for residents, tourists, planners, and the cultural sector, and will help build audiences, drive tourism, fill gaps, and encourage partnerships to better highlight our rich cultural diversity. This project has been made possible in part by the Government of Canada.

The Lead Organization
The North Vancouver Community Arts Council, founded in 1969, is a grassroots, social-profit, charitable cultural organization dedicated to maximizing the intrinsic value of the arts in all media.  Our mandate is to enable emerging and professional artists in all disciplines to bridge cultures and to build strong communities through the arts. We strive to do this through art exhibitions, public programmes, educational programmes, community & special events, and community partnerships. Located in CityScape Community Art Space, at 335 Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver, the organization consists of a volunteer Board of Directors, an Executive Director, support staff, and dedicated volunteers. Our membership is over 500 strong and includes individuals, students, seniors, families, cultural groups, and businesses.

Reporting
This position will report to the Executive Director of the North Vancouver Community Arts Council. Contracted project web designer, marketing team, communications assistant, and dedicated cultural mapping summer students will report directly to this position.

General Responsibilities:

  • Oversee all aspects of the project, with support of NVCAC staff, other contract positions, and project partners;
  • Liaise with NVCAC staff, the North Shore Cultural Mapping Advisory Committee, and project partners;
  • Oversee GIS elements, liaising with contracted GIS specialists to ensure all stages of project development to completion;
  • Oversee data collection and content development (photo, audio, and video collection, content creation and editing);
  • Oversee website design and development, with contracted specialists;
  • Oversee development of marketing campaign, with contracted marketing firm (project branding, marketing plan, and marketing and public relations execution);
  • Ensure open and ongoing communication between Advisory Committee, project staff, contractors, suppliers, and partners.

Specific Responsibilities will include:

  • Providing strategic direction for meeting project goals;
  • Updating and managing project work plan;
  • Project reporting, including budget/cash flow and activity reports on an ongoing basis;
  • Managing and working within project budget developed by NVCAC ED;
  • Overseeing payables and receivables in regards to suppliers, contractors and other related project costs on a regular basis;
  • Supporting the NVCAC ED in securing sponsorship and further project funding;
  • Developing, in consultation with NVCAC staff and Advisory Committee, criteria for asset inclusion;
  • Participating in meetings of the Advisory Committee;
  • Coordinating integration of project elements to realize project objectives;
  • Procurement and contract management (website design & development, marketing);
  • Monitoring contractor deliverables as outlined in project work plan;
  • Reviewing content for inclusion, copy editing for appropriateness and overall project content;
  • Developing and facilitating community consultation process to ensure project goals are met;
  • Participating in interviews in regards to intangible content collection, especially in regards to the First Nations cultural content.

Qualifications:

  • Minimum 5-10 years’ experience in the cultural sector with an outstanding record of project management success, both in results achieved and in use of professional methodology;
  • Understanding of technology tools such as websites, GIS platforms, social media platforms;
  • Background in cultural, marketing, and strategic planning with experience managing collaborative initiatives;
  • Direct experience with other cultural mapping projects an asset;
  • Experience working with a multidisciplinary team and within a diverse cultural community.
  • Skills in proactively  developing and implementing strategies that significantly mitigate risk;
  • Strong, current awareness of external trends and best practices;
  • Thorough knowledge of the British Columbia and specifically North Shore cultural scene;
  • Community consultation skills;
  • Process driven;
  • Strong verbal and written English language skills.
  • Skills in  identifying, developing and initiating innovations and solutions where necessary;
  • Superior collaboration and interpersonal skills and techniques, conflict resolution, and negotiation skills.

Remuneration
Part-time contract fee of $80,000 for a 29 month contract – Feb 2018 to June 2020.
Evening and weekend work may be required.  Commitment will average 20 hours per week, varying depending on work flow. Work space will be provided within the NVCAC office.
No travel fees or accommodation allowance available.

To Apply
Submit cover letter, CV and examples of previous projects by mail, hand-delivered (335 Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver, BC V7G 1T9) or to jointheteam@nvartscouncil.ca.  Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview once the submission period closes.

Deadline
Monday 15 January 2018, 11:59 p.m.

Salaire horaire, salaire ou échelle salariale: 
Part-time contract fee of $80,000 for a 29 month contract – Feb 2018 to June 2020.
Date limite pour soumettre la demande: 
Lundi, Janvier 15, 2018
Date de début: 
Lundi, Février 5, 2018
Genre de travail: 
À temps partiel
À contrat
Ville: 
North Vancouver
Province: 
Colombie-Britannique
Niveau de scolarité: 
Université (Études de premier cycle)
Langues: 
L’anglais
Déplacement nécessaire?: 
Non
Méthode préférée pour recevoir les demandes d’emploi: 
Par courriel

Supervisor, Cultural Development & Programming

Job Description

Reporting to the Manager, Culture and Centralized Recreation Services, or designate, responsible for providing leadership and facilitation to implement the City’s Arts, Culture and Heritage Plan in order to advance the City’s cultural initiatives.  The position will coordinate the establishment of the City’s Cultural Leadership Council and Public Art Task Force.  Working with a variety of stakeholders, the incumbent will identify, recommend effective directions, implement and coordinate cultural initiatives and champion Council approved cultural projects.

This position is also responsible for supervising cultural programming (Arts, Drama and Music), and oversees the Arts Resource Centre.  Further, assisting in the preparation of operational, program capital and corporate capital budgets as it relates to cultural programming and initiatives.  The City of Oshawa strives to provide an environment that cultivates and supports the following core values: Authenticity, Courage, and Trust (ACT).

 Job Responsibilities

 Duties include: leading the implementation of Culture Counts: Oshawa’s Arts, Culture and Heritage Plan; coordinating and supporting the activities of the Cultural Leadership Council; managing Human Resources; supervising and managing the facility; developing and monitoring the budget; providing guidance and leadership within the Corporation and the Community to Cultural Development Initiatives; developing policies and procedures to support arts, culture and heritage; coordinating grant applications and funding opportunities to support cultural development; leading the development and implementation of communication strategies; overseeing the City’s Public Art Policy & Program including the Public Art Task Force; supervising program planning and development; and performing other related duties as assigned.

Job Requirements

Knowledge and skill generally associated with the completion of a four (4) year Bachelor Degree in any of the following areas: Cultural Studies, Cultural Planning, Art History, Arts Administration, Heritage, History, Public Administration, Economic/Cultural Development or a related field plus six (6) years of progressive work experience, three (3) of which is in a supervisory capacity, in the Arts, Culture or Heritage field, in the areas of municipal/ government and project management or have an equivalent combination of education and relevant experience.

  •  Sound knowledge of policies, issues, trends and best practices related to cultural planning, arts, culture and heritage development and familiarity with municipal government practices and procedures.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Outlook, Excel, Word, Power Point)
  • Excellent communication (written/verbal), report writing and presentation skills; as well as solid interpersonal skills to deal with internal and external stakeholders; strong research and analytical abilities.
  • Established skills and experience in project management, strategic planning, facilitation, community development, cultural planning, volunteer management and public relations are strong assets.
  • Established skills in program planning and event management.
  • Sound knowledge in the supervision of risk management of programs and facilities.
  • Strong multitasking skills and flexibility to meet varying deadlines; independent self-starter with the ability to work irregular hours, including evenings and weekends.
  • Knowledge of cultural planning, volunteer management, public relations and leadership are strong assets.
  • Ability to provide own transportation for travel between facilities as required.

Please be advised that position location as noted is at the time of posting and is subject to change, as required due to operational needs.

We would like to thank all applicants however, please note that only those selected to attend an interview will be contacted and all other applicants will be kept on file.  Applicants are advised that written, oral and practical testing may form part of the selection process.

City of Oshawa employees need to apply through the intranet (iConnect) in order to be considered as an internal candidate.  All applicants are encouraged to provide a valid email address for communication purposes.  Please ensure that you check your email regularly to receive any correspondence.

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 and the Ontario Human Rights Code (OHRC).  The City of Oshawa will provide accommodations throughout the recruitment and selection and/or assessment process to applicants with disabilities and/or needs related to the OHRC.  Personal information provided is collected under the authority of The Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. 

Salaire horaire, salaire ou échelle salariale: 
$80,288 - $94,458 per annum
Date limite pour soumettre la demande: 
Dimanche, Janvier 14, 2018
Genre de travail: 
À temps plein
Ville: 
Oshawa
Province: 
Ontario
Niveau de scolarité: 
Université (Études de premier cycle)
Langues: 
L’anglais
Déplacement nécessaire?: 
Oui
Méthode préférée pour recevoir les demandes d’emploi: 
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