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Weekly Round-Ups
Canadian Arts Jobs – 07/20/12
July 20, 2012
untitled - Shahee

untitled by CAC Member Shahee (@shahee)
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I have a great list of job opportunities for you today. I want to thank everyone for sharing their deserted island book lists. My reading for this summer is set!

Have an amazing weekend!


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Canadian Arts Jobs – 05/23/12
leuty - Barbara Gillies

“leuty” by CAC Member Barbara Gillies (@barge)
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We have a new forum topic and we’d love to know…

What are you currently listening to?

Do you listen to music while you work / create your art?

Do you use music in your actual piece (theatre, dance, etc.)?

Are you a musician with a new song or album?

Know of any awesome Canadian musicians we should know about?

Let us know HERE, then be sure to check out the list of opportunities below.

Have a wonderful day!

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Canadian Arts Jobs from around the Web – Monday, January 23, 2012
January 23, 2012


Another week has begun, but in case you missed it last week, the second of our new columns launched on Friday:

The Writer’s Block Issue 1: An Introduction

“The Writer’s Block will act as a place for my opinions and reviews in the world of the arts to take form, while also delving into what it is to be a writer/creator. What better time than now to examine the difficulties and merits behind being truly creative?”

Be sure to check it out, then take a look at the great list of jobs below as well as the list of calls for submissions & auditions that is also up today.

Have a wonderful day!


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Canadian Arts Jobs from around the Web – Friday, January 20, 2012
January 20, 2012


The first of our new columns launched yesterday on Canada Arts Connect Magazine and the response so far has been wonderful!

First ‘Firsts’, Nerves & Board Games: A Gchat interview with Heather Jessup

“What’s it like to be a first-time novelist? Poet? Short story writer? Non-fiction newbie? Is it like being the new kid in school? Strange, exciting but also terrifying? … But what does it feel like to have that first book published?” Click here to read more.

Once you’ve checked that out, we have an awesome list of jobs for you below.

Have a wonderful day!


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JOB: Program Officer – Community Radio Fund of Canada (Ottawa, Ontario)
January 19, 2012

* Please note that the deadline for this listing has now passed *

The Community Radio Fund of Canada (CRFC) is an independent not-for-profit funding organization. Its mandate is to provide support to the more than 150 campus and community radio stations in Canada and to foster a well-resourced, dynamic, and accessible media sector that delivers strong local community broadcasting.

The CRFC is seeking a fully bilingual (English/French) program officer who will be responsible for the planning, assessment, and distribution of CRFC funding. This person will work with applicants and recipients throughout the year to provide support, encourage participation, assess applications and reports, and manage contracts.

– Coordinating calls for funding applications, including responding to questions from applicants
– Managing the selection process, assessing funding applications, and providing support to selection committees
– Coordinating the announcement of funding decisions and working with recipients to finalize contracts, communications, and promotions
– Providing guidance and support to recipients throughout the funding term
– Receiving, assessing, and compiling information from recipient reports for review and use by the executive director, program committee, and funders
– Creating and maintaining a database of applications, reports, assessments, and communications
– Evaluating, visioning, and strategic goal-setting for existing and new funding programs
– Contributing to the development of policies and procedures in support of the CRFC’s vision and evolution with respect to funding distribution
– Undertaking additional responsibilities as required, including assisting with special events, contributing to reports, and general office administration

– A post-secondary degree in a relevant field, or an equivalent combination of training and experience
– At least three years experience in program management, administration, and evaluation
– At least two years experience with communications and public relations
– Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English and French (comprehension as well as written and spoken fluency will be tested during the interview process)
– Advanced computer skills including word processing, spreadsheets, databases, and presentations
– A strong understanding of project budgets and financial statements
– Strong project, time management, and organizational skills
– Experience working with little or no supervision
– Experience working with volunteers and committees

– Work and/or volunteer experience in the not-for-profit sector
– Understanding or knowledge of campus and community radio
– Experience working collaboratively and strategically to effect organizational growth and development

– Self-directed and able to work with small teams
– Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously without sacrificing attention to detail
– Enjoys working with a wide range of people
– Sound judgement, tact, and diplomacy skills
– Comfortable taking initiative during slow periods and managing workload when under deadline

Terms and Benefits
This is a full-time 40-hour/week position with a salary range of $45,000 to $50,000, commensurate with skills and experience. Benefits include: comprehensive health and dental plan, employee assistance program, annual RRSP contribution, and an office in the ByWard Market. Estimated start date is Monday, February 20, 2012. This is a permanent position.

How to Apply
Applicants are asked to forward a cover letter and résumé by the end of the business day on Tuesday, January 31, 2012. Emailed applications are preferred. If using mail, all materials must arrive by January 31. DO NOT FAX YOUR APPLICATION. Everyone is thanked for applying, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Community Radio Fund of Canada
325 Dalhousie Street, Suite 903, Ottawa, Ontario K1N 7G2
Phone: 613-321-3513
Email: resume@communityradiofund.org

Applications that do not include a cover letter will be rejected. Applicants are encouraged to highlight relevant qualifications in the cover letter.

The CRFC welcomes applications from a diverse range of candidates including (but not limited to) people from different racialized, linguistic and ethnocultural communities, genders, sexual/gender identities, ages, religions, and those with different abilities.

For more information about the CRFC, please visit www.communityradiofund.org.