5 to 6 month contract, ending April 30, 2021
$6,500 per month
Co-Chairs of the Board of Directors
Reporting to the Co-Chairs of the Board of Directors, the Interim Publisher brings both a positive attitude and a focus on teamwork while having experience in publishing. Additionally, they are proficient in financial statements, including profit & loss, balance sheets and cash flow statements. The ideal candidate is familiar with visual arts and culture in Canada.
• Manage the day-to-day business operations including production, circulation, marketing, advertising and development
• Oversee the organization’s finances with support of an external accountant
• Manage relationships with partners and sponsors with support of the Board
• Oversee grant applications and relationships with granting agencies and donors
• Collaborate with Editor-in-Chief as needed
• Support and promote the co-design process, leading to a more equitable and inclusive organizational structure
EXPERIENCE, KNOWLEDGE and SKILLS
• Undergraduate degree from an accredited university in a related field
• Diploma or certificate from an accredited publishing program
• 3-5 years’ experience in publishing
• Experience managing a team through times of change
• Proficiency with Microsoft Office
• Excellent written and oral communication skills
• Strong organizational and project management skills
• Proven experience and success in government grant processes is considered an asset
• Previous success in fundraising is considered an asset
• Knowledge of management principles as they relate to non-profit organizations is considered an asset
• Equity/anti-oppression analysis is considered an asset
To apply, please submit a letter of interest and resume to email@example.com by Monday, November 9, 2020.
Applications will only be accepted by email.
Please note that only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Canadian Art works to promote an intersectional understanding of identity and welcomes applications from all qualified individuals. We encourage applications from individuals within Canadian Art’s employment equity categories, including those who identify as women, persons with disabilities, Indigenous persons, persons of colour, individuals of non-conforming gender and sexual orientations and all groups protected by the Human Rights Code. Canadian Art is committed to equity and diversity, and to a positive, supportive working environment. Canadian Art’s office is fully accessible, however we are currently working remotely. Please let us know should you require accommodation during any part of this recruitment process.
Thank you for your interest in working with Canadian Art Foundation.