Position Title Project Coordinator
Start Date 2021-09-20
End Date 2022-03-18
Location Prince Edward Island
Duration of Activity (# of weeks) 26
Hours Per Week 30
Wage Rate ($/Hr) $21.00
Job Description: The Project Coordinator will be a lead organizer of a new project presented by this town is small (TTIS) called Radiant Rural Halls (RRH). The Project Coordinator will work under the guidance of the Executive Director through all stages of this project, in the research/development stage, the coordination of the projects, and their final presentation and promotion. This position is aimed towards emerging arts administrators, who have experience in the sector, but would benefit from working directly on a hands-on project.
Radiant Rural Halls is a series of presentations of contemporary visual artworks in community halls in rural Prince Edward Island between November 2021 – March 2022. The project looks to support contemporary art within rural communities, stimulating critical dialogue and increasing the accessibility of contemporary art to a wide region. Radiant Rural Halls is presented by this town is small and is supported by the Canada Council for the Arts and Innovation PEI. This position can be done with a combination of working from home and in our office space in Charlottetown and will require travel to locations across PEI (with the support of a travel stipend).
TTIS is committed to inclusive hiring practices and we encourage applicants who identify as women, Indigenous, members of visible minorities, LGBTQ2SIA+, and persons with disabilities to apply.
Job Duties: Applicants should have experience in Arts Administration, Fine Arts, Project Management, Communications, or equivalent. They have strong organizational skills, communication/writing skills, proficiency with office tools, and ability to work well both independently and with teams. Bilingualism in English and French would be an asset.
- Assembling the Radiant Rural Halls steering committee
- Researching and building relationships with community halls and visual artists across rural regions of Prince Edward Island
- Assisting with coordinating and implementing visual arts presentations and accompanying programming (performances, artist talks, printed publication)
- Assisting with communications, social media, promotions, graphic design, budgeting, and other administrative tasks
- Assisting with final reporting on the project
- Assisting with other projects and activities of this town is small as needed
To apply, send your resume and cover letter to Lisa Theriault, TTIS Executive Director at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deadline for applications is September 10, 2021.