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Part-time Employment Opportunities with AlgomaTrad – Program Tech Coordinator and Assistant Festival Coordinator

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AlgomaTrad Accepting Resumes for Two Part-time Contract Employment Opportunities

Program Technical Coordinator, Part-Time Contract, Nov. 28, 2022 to April 28, 2023

The Program Technical Coordinator will work with AlgomaTrad’s Artistic Directors to:

  • Create videos for marketing and archival purposes and present online streaming of AlgomaTrad events/concerts/programs
  • Help design and implement a training program for the organization’s volunteers and program participants in the use of various equipment for creating videos and presenting online streaming of events/concerts/programs, including but not limited to the use of cameras, switcher, microphones, editing software, etc
  • Mentor program participants in real time at organization events/concerts/programs

The Applicant should:

  • Have professional experience with sound and video equipment, online streaming, and use of Zoom and social communication platforms.
  • Be able to train participants and help deliver and host programming in a rural region with poor internet infrastructure.
  • Be available to mentor program participants during organization events/concerts/programs
  • Be community-minded and comfortable working with all ages online and in-person.
  • Be familiar with and understand the mission and mandate of AlgomaTrad.
  • Have a valid driver’s license and be able to travel to Central Algoma region (Sault Ste. Marie to Blind River, including St. Joseph Island
  • Be able to work 340 flexible hours between November 28, 2022 and April 28, 2023 (app. 17hrs/week for 20 weeks not including 2 weeks Christmas holiday season). Some evening and weekend hours may be required
    The wage for this position is $30/hour.

PDF copy of Program Technical Coordinator Job Description

Assistant Festival Coordinator, Part-Time, Nov. 28, 2022 to April 14, 2023

The Assistant Festival Coordinator will work with, and under the guidance of, AlgomaTrad’s Artistic Directors and Board to help design, organize, and implement a 3-day Cabane-à-Sucre-themed festival in 3 communities in central Algoma, including Sault Ste. Marie, St. Joseph Island, and Blind River/Elliott Lake, that will occur March 24-26, 2023.

The Applicant should:

  • Have experience with Arts program administration and implementation; event, timeline, and budget management and marketing; and working with artists and the public
  • Have previous experience working with the Algoma region Francophone community and be bilingual in French and English
  • Be comfortable with using online social communication platforms and media in both French and English
  • Have extensive knowledge of the geography, demographics, and diversity of Algoma Region communities
  • Be community-minded and comfortable working with all ages
  • Be familiar with and understand the mission and mandate of AlgomaTrad.
  • Be willing to engage in other festival-related responsibilities and duties as the Artistic Directors require.
  • Have a valid driver’s license and be able to travel to Central Algoma region (Sault Ste. Marie to Blind River, including St. Joseph Island)
  • Be able to work flexible hours for 20 weeks between November 28, 2022 and April 14, 2023 (Some evening and weekend hours are required)
  • FEE: $6,000 or pro rata (final hours to be determined, approximately 200 hours total)

PDF copy of Assistant Festival Coordinator Job Description-English

Copie PDF de la description de poste du coordonnateur(trice) adjoint(e) du festival-Français

Resumes for both positions accepted by email or mail until Friday, November 18, 2022, 4:30PM.

Not all applicants will be called on for an interview.

Send resumes to:

AlgomaTrad
RE: Employment Opportunities

Mailing Address: 340 McKinnon Side Rd. Desbarats, ON P0R 1E0

Email: music@algomatrad.ca

More info: 705 782 4311

AlgomaTrad operates in compliance with Public Health orders and guidelines.

Assistant Festival Coordinator position funded by the Government of Ontario.