Job: Charlotte Street Arts Centre Seeks Executive Director

Thank you Kate Rogers!

We would like to take a moment to thank Kate Rogers for her many years of dedication to The Charlotte Street Arts Centre and congratulate her on her new role as The Deputy Mayor of the City of Fredericton! As the Executive Director for the past two years, and through prior roles at CSAC, Kate has been instrumental in the continuous evolution of the Centre. From an idea sparked in 2001, to the transformation of this 130 year building into a creative and flourishing space, Charlotte Street Arts Centre has become what it is because of amazing people like Kate. We are so happy for her to have been given the opportunity to better our city through her new position on council, and we look forward to seeing the growth of the Arts and Culture Sector in our community. Kate, we thank you so much for your passion, your drive, your skills and your continued love for Charlotte Street Arts Centre. Your enthusiasm and commitment to CSAC has helped it to grow into the well-established community arts centre that it is today, and we are forever grateful. Before leaving, Kate helped us define the roles and responsibilities for the Executive Director position and we are now accepting applications.

We are looking for an individual who will take their passion for the arts, skills as a manager and other relevant abilities to fill the role as the Executive Director for Charlotte Street Arts Centre starting in September. Here is an overview of the position: To provide day-to-day effective, efficient operation of the organization, and to meet strategic goals and objectives of Charlotte Street Arts Centre both as a building manager and as a liaison with the arts community and the public.

Please click on link below for a fully detailed job description: http://charlottestreetarts.ca/publications/Executive_Director-_Position_Description.pdf

If you have a passion for the arts, and the drive to be a part of the Charlotte Street Arts Centre, please send your resume and a cover letter to: Courtney Steeves at manager@charlottestreetarts.ca subject line “EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR POSITION”

 

We will be accepting applications until Wednesday August 3rd at noon. If you have any questions please call 506-454-6952.

Job: NBM Administrative Services Assistant (Part-time)

Administrative Services Assistant (Part-time)

The New Brunswick Museum is seeking an individual to provide administrative support in the Business Office 4 days per week, occassional weekends.

Duties: The primary duties include preparing and posting bank deposits and journal entries; assisting with processing billings and accounts payable; following up on past due accounts; account reconciliations; assist with payroll and other projects and tasks as required.

Qualifications: University degree or completed community college; 3 years experience in a fund accounting environment; written and spoken competence in English is essential; written and spoken competence in French would be an asset. Successful candidate must have strong communication skills, a great work ethic and the ability to work independantly as well as part of a team. Required computer skills include experience with Accpac and Microsoft Excel, Word and Powerpoint.

Salary: To be determined

We encourage applicants to apply by email to NBM-MNB@nbm-mnb.ca or by mail to the following address by July 22, 2016.

 

See NBM website here.

Job: Curator of Social History for the New Brunswick Museum

The Department of Tourism, Heritage and Culture is seeking a Curator of Social History for the New Brunswick Museum in Saint John, New Brunswick.

Reporting to the Head of the Humanities Department, the successful candidate will be responsible for overseeing curatorial affairs and related content development for Social History collections of the New Brunswick Museum (NBM).  The Curator of Social History oversees that curatorial department to ensure that strategic planning, implementation, and evaluation are ongoing activities that reflect the institutional mission and move the NBM forward. She or he will also serve as an advisor, providing direction to exhibition development, interpretation of collections, and educational programs. She or he will also ensure that all museological standards are adhered to in regards to stewardship of the museum’s artifact collections. The incumbent will also serve as an expert in New Brunswick history and material culture, working with other art and history curators to curate the relevant collections and directing their organization, development, maintenance, interpretation, and use. The Curator of Social History will be responsible for taking a leading role in the development, implementation and interpretation of exhibitions and projects related to social history.

We encourage applicants to apply on-line at https://www.ere.gnb.ca/competition.aspx?lang=E&t=Y , or by email to maryse.mcfarlane@gnb.ca  before July 28, 2016 indicating competition number THC-16-09.

 

Full description and essential qualifications here.

 

Arts Job opportunity with L’arche!

The folks at L’arche are hiring a program leader for their Creative Club!

At L’Arche, people with and without intellectual disabilities, share life in communities belonging to an International Federation. We foster mutual relationships, celebrate the unique value of every person, and strive for a world where everyone can belong and contribute.

 

See the Role Guide here: PL role guide (1)

Or visit their website for more information: http://www.larche-work.ca:8080/en_CA

Job: Administrative Services Assistant (Part-time) at NBM

The New Brunswick Museum is seeking an individual to provide administrative support in the Business Office 4 days per week, occasionally weekends.

Duties: The primary duties include preparing and posting bank deposits and journal entries; assisting with processing billings and accounts payable; following up on past due accounts; account reconciliations; assist with payroll and other projects and tasks as required.

Qualifications: University degree or completed community college; 3 years experience in a fund accounting environment; written and spoken competence in English is essential; written and spoken competence in French would be an asset. Successful candidate must have strong communication skills, a great work ethic and the ability to work independantly as well as part of a team. Required computer skills include experience with Accpac and Microsoft Excel, Word and Powerpoint.

Salary: To be determined

We encourage applicants to apply by email to NBM-MNB@nbm-mnb.ca or by mail to the following address by June 30, 2016.

More info here.

277 Douglas Ave
Saint John, NB
E2K 1E5
Fax: (506)-643-2360

Job: Historical Tour Guide / Archive Research Assistant

(Funded through the SEED Program PNB)

Number of Positions: 2

Wage: 10.50$/hr

Start Date: Monday July 4, 2016

Description: Reporting to the Assistant Executive Director, summer students will give costumed tours to visitors at the Imperial Theatre. Students will write and learn a short script and use it guide visitors though the building. In addition, students will sort through stored material from the theatre’s history and archive appropriately under the direction of theatre staff, as well as other research projects as needed. Administration duties when required, including reception, data entry and other office related tasks.

To Apply:

Please send resume, cover letter and SEED Voucher by email to: Ruth McLeese:   ruth@imperialtheatre.nb.ca

or mail to Imperial Theatre , 24 King Square South, Saint John, NB Att: Ruth McLeese.

Closing Date: Thursday June 23, 2016 at 4:00 PM

We thank all applicants and appreciate your understanding that only those considered for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls please.

For eligibility and requirements see the Imperial’s page here.  

VIII Games of La Francophonie Call

The VIII Games of La Francophonie will be held in Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire from July 21 to 30 2017. We are currently in the process of putting together a team of individuals, know as Mission Staff, who will best serve the needs of New Brunswick artists and their technicians, athletes, and their coaches during the Games.

The role of Mission Staff is very important to the overall success of Team Canada New Brunswick at the Game of La Francophonie. Over the years, New Brunswick has been fortunate to have the members of Mission Staff who were capable, enthusiastic, dedicated and committed to the overall efforts of New Brunswick Teams. The Mission Staff also plays a lead role as ambassadors for the province.

Applicant are asked to complete the necessary documentation and return it directly to the Sport and Recreation Branch of the Department of Tourism, Heritage and Culture, no later that Thursday, June 30th, 2016, 4:30 AST.

 

Should you have any questions or require additional information, please do not hesitate to contact (506) 444-2574.

Application form: Formulaire appel candidature EN

Description of position: Descriptions des postes EN

French application are also available.

 

See more at https://www.jeux.francophonie.org/

PARC is Seeking Interim Program Coordinator for 9-month term

PARC (Playwrights Atlantic Resource Centre) is seeking an interim Program Coordinator. A dynamic organization that fosters the creation and development of Atlantic Canadian plays, PARC provides services and opportunities to both established and emerging playwrights in the Atlantic region.

The successful candidate will have an excellent track record for writing successful grant proposals, funding applications and reports to government and foundations; is an expert event organizer; available to work 30 hours per week September 2016 through May 2017; able to work in Sackville, NB a few days each month as required and for the month of May; and will work in close partnership with the General Manager, Artistic Director, and Board of Directors. Remuneration is $3,000 per month.

The job description and responsibilities of the Interim Program Coordinator:

Reporting to the Chair of the Board, the successful candidate will work in close consultation with the General Manager, Artistic Director and Board of Directors to fulfill the following responsibilities:

1) Write grant applications/funding proposals and reports to government and foundations (approximately 65 percent of time).

2) Organize and coordinate current programs which include the Playwrights Colony, Home Delivery, Playwrights Cabarets in each of the 4 Atlantic provinces, and if funding is confirmed, a Kitchen Table Reading series; selecting scripts and/or proposals for the above programs; contracting personnel to fulfill the needs of the above programs; selecting artistic personnel where required, i.e. actors, dramaturges, playwrights etc. for the Colony; all this in consultation with the Artistic Director (approximately 20% of time).

3) Oversee the work of a part-time Membership and Communications Coordinator and two part-time student interns (5% of time).

4) Respond to queries to PARC, contribute to the promotion of PARC and represent PARC in the community, maintain good relations with PARC members and other stakeholders (5% of time).

5) Report and be responsible to the Board of Directors, attend Board meetings, maintain open communication with the Executive, meet regularly with the President (at least once monthly and before each Board meeting) to discuss on-going issues (5% of time).
Please submit resume and cover letter by email to parcadministration@playwrightsatlantic.ca on or before July 4th, 2016.

Project Coordinator for a Start-up Artist Residency in St. Andrews

Kingsbrae International Residence for the Arts (KIRA) is an emerging artist residency located in

St. Andrews (NB) which will be welcoming its first residents in the spring of 2017.

KIRA offers a four-month contract starting July 1 st and ending on October 31 st with a possible

extension.

Working under the supervision of KIRA Steering Committee, the Project Coordinator will:

– Customize KIRA’s key strategic documents according to the requirements of potential

funding sources

– Write grant proposals to various levels of government for an infrastructure project to be

undertaken in 2017

– Write grant proposals to various levels of government to obtain operating funding for

2017 (e.g. salary for the residency’s director)

– Develop proposals to obtain support from private organizations

– Manage the Call for Applications process

– Create a web presence for KIRA

– Establish a communication strategy for the web site and the Call for Applications to

reach relevant cultural networks such as artist residencies organizations, art

organizations, art publications, etc.

– Perform other duties relevant to the project

Qualifications

Experience in working in an art/cultural organization

Experience in writing grant proposals

Experience in web communication

Excellent writing skills

Ability to work autonomously and to manage several files at the same time

Recognized for having excellent people skills

Recognized for having excellent coordinating skills

Knowledge of art networks in Canada

Degree in arts/cultural management is an asset

Working off-site is possible. Travel expenses will be reimbursed.

Interested candidates must send a resume and a covering letter to Tim Henderson, Managing

Director, Kingsbrae Garden: tim@kingsbraegarden.com no later than June 15, 2016.

NB Crafts Council Seeks Bilingual Administrative Coordinator

The New Brunswick Crafts Council is hiring a summer student! We are seeking a creative and driven individual as Bilingual Administrative Coordinator starting June 20. This is a great opportunity to learn the inner-workings of a non-profit organization, gain office administration experience, and discover the vibrancy of the New Brunswick crafts and culture sector! Help with the planning and implementation of our #FromHumanHands: NB Fine Craft Festivals and 2016 #Spectrum and #SharingStories exhibitions, plus general office admin help and communications. The official job posting can be found here: http://ow.ly/4nsXpt OR http://www.nbcraftscouncil.ca/2016/05/05/nbcrafts-council-summer-student-employment-opportunity The application deadline is June 6, 2016.For more information, contact the New Brunswick Crafts Council at ed@nbcraftscouncil.ca or 450-8989. The New Brunswick Crafts Council/Conseil des Métier d’art du Nouveau-Brunswick is a member-centered, non-profit organization dedicated to promoting excellence in crafts, maintaining standards of craftsmanship, and expanding markets for fine crafts.