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International

CityPositionOrganization
Canada-Wide, International
Web Developer/Designer - Request for Proposals
Creative City Network of Canada
Deadline:
July 5, 2020
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Description

 

See full RFP here.

 

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

Redesign of Creative City Network of Canada Website
 

What follows is an overview of this project. For full description including goals, current site details, priorities, grading, and expectations, please download the full RFP document here

 

Timeline

Proposals due: July 5, 2020

Selection by: July 15, 2020

Launch: November 5, 2020

Please note that the flexibility of this timeline is limited due to a need for functionality by December 1, 2020 in alignment with our annual membership registration. Ideally, a launch can align with our Annual General Meeting, scheduled for November 5, 2020. We will accept proposals that can aim to reach a launch date of early December.

Budget

$25,000 CAD

 

Brief

The Creative City Network of Canada is beginning the process of creating a fresh, streamlined, and interactive web environment for our members, non-members, and office use. We are seeking a designer or web developer who can work with us to bring our content management system up-to-date and into the future. This website has the potential to reach culture workers, artists, arts leaders, and more across Canada and internationally including those working at all levels of government.

 

Creative City Network of Canada

The Creative City Network of Canada (CCNC) is a national membership-based not-for-profit organization that exists to connect Canadian culture workers at the local level by providing tools and support systems to assist in their contribution to Canada’s cultural landscape. We have a vibrant community of members across Canada and a reputation as leaders in Canada’s municipal culture work scene. Our work includes impactful research publications, case studies, national events, and more, all catering to the support of culture workers throughout Canada’s towns and cities. Our website is the cornerstone of our offerings to clients (members).

Membership types within CCNC include Municipal, Organizational, and Individual categories. Our main service is to municipal culture departments across Canada.

Our organizational goals are:

  1. To provide a way for communities, large and small, to access each other’s experiences and expertise.
  2. To develop tools and resources for the community of practice in community development across Canada.

 

Objectives: Update, Assist, Grow

CCNC wishes to redesign its website with up-to-date functionality, a self-service membership environment, and a comprehensive backend database. As a small office with staff located across Canada, we require a website with administrative capabilities to help us streamline our work and improve our client (members) care while increasing outreach abilities. Our vision is that a new website will improve client satisfaction, activity, and ultimately grow our membership numbers and reputation within the Canadian culture sector while easing demands on office time. To achieve this, we have determined that a new website should include three distinct environments, each with a very clear function:

  1. A public-access landing area: limited resource access and call to action to become a member
  2. A robust Members Portal: interactive platform for Network activity and resources
  3. An easily maintained backend including an interactive database: used by the office to better document, communicate with, and understand clients (members) and other stakeholders

A fourth possible environment for board-level access is included in Priority Two Items.

We require a website that meets all standards for web accessibility (WCAG 2.0) as required by the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) by January 1, 2021.

We are very interested in integrating e-commerce functionality to streamline payment processing for memberships, Job Board posts (non-membership access), resources (non-membership access), and more. We would like to integrate PayPal. Based on PayPal usage during the 2020 Membership Drive and vision for a strong membership growth call to action on the landing page of the new website, we anticipate an increase in e-commerce activity on this site.

 

Criteria for Selection

Please include:

  • Project lead/primary contact and any other team members; roles and similar prior work
  • Examples of previous work wherein priorities included similar backend administrative functions
  • Letters of reference and/or testimonials from previous clients
  • Detailed costing: rates based on team involved and estimated hours within each role
  • Timeline of deliverables

 

Contact and Submission

Please submit your proposal by July 5, 2020 at midnight PST.

Please note that the flexibility of the timeline is somewhat limited due to a need for functionality by December 1, 2020 in alignment with our annual membership registration. We will accept proposals that can aim to reach a launch date of early December.

 

For full description including goals, current site description, priorities, grading, and expectations, please download the full RFP document here

 

Please submit proposals to using the subject line: Proposal for Web Redesign

 

Kathleen Darby

General Manager

Creative City Network of Canada

 

Katy Littlejohn

National Events and Communications Coordinator

Creative City Network of Canada

 

See full RFP here.

Alberta

CityPositionOrganization
Edmonton, AB
Assistant Professor, Arts and Cultural Management
MacEwan University

Description

 

Faculty of Fine Arts and Communications

 

MacEwan University inspires students with a powerful combination of academic excellence and personal learning experiences. Ours is a connected culture that focuses on learner-centred teaching and on providing opportunities for students to grow and achieve.

The university provides a transformative education in a creative, collaborative and supportive learning environment. 19,000 full- and part-time students are enrolled in more than 65 programs: four-year undergraduate degrees, applied degrees, university transfer programs, and one- and two-year diploma and certificates. Additional offerings include preparation for university and college, English as an Additional Language, professional and personal development courses, and workshops, corporate training and the Conservatory of Music.

MacEwan University’s Arts and Cultural Management Department (AACM) invites applications for a full-time tenure track position at the rank of Assistant Professor, commencing July 1, 2020. This new faculty position will play an important role in the implementation of a BFA in Arts and Cultural Management and may have opportunities for interdisciplinary teaching within the Faculty of Fine Arts and Communication.

AACM focuses on preparing individuals for careers working with a wide variety of nonprofit arts and cultural organizations. In addition to their academic studies, students have the opportunity to develop skills through experiential learning, including work-integrated learning placements, projects with organizations in the field and international exchanges. One of the first arts management programs in Canada, MacEwan’s Arts and Cultural Management program attracts students from across the country in both its classroom and online cohorts.

Candidates will hold a minimum of a master’s degree in arts management or a related discipline and will demonstrate experience in and a commitment to undergraduate teaching with an ongoing interest in research in the discipline. (A credential near completion, in conjunction with a strong record of relevant experience and post-secondary teaching, may also be considered.) A record of professional or scholarly dissemination is a valuable asset; clear promise of excellence in research and/or creative practice is essential.

In addition to professional expertise in the arts and culture sector, teaching experience in a post-secondary environment, and strong interpersonal and communication skills, the successful candidate will have a commitment to innovative pedagogy, particularly in online learning. Indigenous cultural knowledge and/or experience working with Indigenous peoples would be considered an asset. Application Applicants should submit the following:

  • a cover letter (with competition number stated);

  • a current curriculum vitae;

  • a teaching dossier including recent teaching evaluations and a statement of teaching philosophy;

  • a statement of research interests and samples of scholarly work;

  • the names and contact information for three references.

Review of applications will commence January 20, 2020, and the competition will remain open until the successful candidate has been found. The likely start date for this position is July 1, 2020.

 

MacEwan University is committed to diversity, equity and inclusion. We encourage Indigenous people, persons living with a disability, sexual and gender minorities, women and members of all minority groups to apply and to self-identify. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.

 

Questions about this position may be addressed to Dr. Leslie Vermeer, Interim Chair, Arts and Cultural Management at

VermeerL@macewan.ca.

 

This position is subject to final budgetary approval. Only applications received electronically will be considered.

 

To apply, go to http://www.macewan.ca/careers and select the job posting.

 

Thank you for your interest in employment with MacEwan University. We will be reviewing all applications to select the candidates whose qualifications and experience most closely meet our needs. Only applicants selected for interviews will be contacted. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be given priority. For general inquiries, please contact us at careers@macewan.ca.

 

This position is included under the Faculty Association collective agreement.

 

MacEwan University is committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion. We encourage Indigenous people, persons living with a disability, sexual and gender minorities, women, and members of all minority groups to apply and to self-identify. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.

For general inquiries, please contact us at careers@macewan.ca.

 

Job posting (PDF)

 

 

Calgary, AB
Executive Director
Theatre Calgary
Deadline:
July 10, 2020
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Description

 

THE ORGANIZATION

Theatre Calgary’s vision is to stand amongst the best theatres globally as a leader in innovative, impactful and diverse programming. Its mission is to stimulate, provoke and delight through ambitious programming created to ignite, local, national and international engagement in a sustainable manner.

 

Theatre Calgary reflects the communities, the country, and the world we live in with ambitious programming, passionate community engagement and extraordinary productions. Because of this, Theatre Calgary is one of the most recognizable arts and cultural institutions in Canada.

For more than 50 years, we have focused our energy on providing our community with quality classic and contemporary productions, featuring the best talent on our mainstage. Today, we are Calgary's largest professional theatre company and a leader in the cultural life of the city.

Under the Artistic leadership of our outstanding Artistic Director, Stafford Arima, we are focused on providing exceptional experiences through bold storytelling and impactful theatre that will move, touch, and inspire audiences.

With an ongoing commitment to Existing Works in addition to New Works and New Voices, Theatre Calgary is dedicated to the development of original plays and musicals, to premiering them on our stage, and to amplifying them across the globe.

Past collaborators have included companies such as the Shaw Festival, the National Arts Centre, and the American Conservatory Theater. Recently, we showcased The Louder We Get with Broadway and Emmy Award winning director, Lonny Price leading a stellar team with creatives all the way from Calgary to the West End.

Theatre Calgary is deeply committed to featuring our city’s theatre community of artists.

We provide opportunities to perform not only on our main stage, but also through Spotlight at the Eddy (a showcase for local musical theatre performers) and TC Out Loud (a reading series for local writers). Other initiatives to support young artists include: Shakespeare by the Bow, which features emerging Alberta actors performing the bard each summer in Prince’s Island Park; TC Mentors, which provides on-the-job work experience in an A-house theatre; and High School in Residence, which partners Theatre Calgary with one high school for an entire season, offering students an inside look at a professional theatre company. 

Theatre Calgary is a model of strong fiscal management in the Canadian arts sector. Theatre Calgary’s Endowment has been built on this premise and is stewarded by a separate Board.

 

THE POSITION

This is a unique opportunity to co-lead one of Canada’s most dynamic and successful theatre companies. Theatre Calgary (TC) is seeking an inspiring and visionary Executive Director (ED) to work in collaboration with Artistic Director (AD), Stafford Arima, to achieve the company’s prominence amongst international theatre companies.

Working with the Board of Directors, the ED will develop a forward-looking vision that both increases audiences, deepens their engagement with TC, and develops future audiences. Confronting current challenges, the ED will consider new and innovative business models that attract both audiences and support from sponsors, donors, and subscribers.

With bold aspirations for the future and together with the AD, the ED will lead TC to a new level of engagement with audiences and increase TC’s impact on the life of Calgarians.

The ED shares responsibility for the overall strategic management of the organization and is wholly responsible for providing leadership of the administrative, financial, and general operations of the company, including oversight of the Finance, Marketing and Audience Development, Fund Development, Community Engagement, and Administrative departments.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES

Organizational Leadership

  • In partnership with the AD and as approved by the Board, lead the company forward in the execution of the current strategic plan (2019-2024) with a compelling company vision that inspires and motivates.
  • In collaboration with the AD, ensure an administrative organizational structure is in place that has the capacity to execute the strategic plan.
  • Semi-annually evaluate the advancement of the strategic plan and adjust accordingly.
  • Develop and foster a workplace culture that maintains the highest standards of excellence, equality, creativity, collaboration, inclusiveness, and fiscal, operational, and organizational integrity. Ensure compliance with labour, occupational health and safety and human rights standards.
  • Provide inspirational leadership to staff and volunteers to deliver results in accordance with the strategic plan.
  • In partnership with the AD, represent TC with key local, provincial and national government officials, industry executives, strategic partners, donors, members, patrons, and other relevant sectors including public and private speaking opportunities.
  • Successfully manage all aspects of the relationship with Arts Commons to achieve the most beneficial relationship with this key stakeholder.
  • Establish a strong, collaborative and respectful working relationship with the Chair(s), the Board of Directors for the Society and the Theatre Calgary Endowment Foundation Board (Endowment Board) to maximize the value of the Board to the organization.
  • Work transparently with these Boards to allow them to successfully perform their fiduciary duties.
  • Contribute as a non-voting ex-officio on Board committees and on the Endowment Board.

Financial Oversight

  • Responsible for developing an overall financial strategy for the organization in consultation with the AD and the Board that provides funding to advance the strategic plan, the artistic vision and longer-term capital projects and ensures financial sustainability.
  • Assume responsibility of the direct fiscal management of the organization within the approved budget, ensuring optimized resource utilization, and maintaining a positive financial position including the management of cash flow and approval of capital expenditures and acquisitions.
  • Provide leadership to Finance and Administration, ensuring sound financial structures, regulatory practices and accurate reporting systems are in place including preparing the audited financial statements of both organizations.
  • Lead Finance and Administration, as well as all members of TC senior management in developing a business plan and an annual budget that achieves the advancement of the artistic vision and the strategic plan for the approval of the Board of Directors. 
  • In conjunction with Finance and Administration leadership, prepare appropriate financial reporting regarding the fiscal management for the review of the Chair, the Chair of Audit and Finance, the Audit and Finance Committee and the Board as a whole.

Fund Development

  • Lead fund development strategies ensuring alignment with the artistic vision and the strategic plan.
  • Provide leadership to the Development Department to enable the creation and implementation of an annual fundraising strategy and campaign, including working collaboratively with the department, the organization as a whole, the Board and the Board's Development Committee.
  • Secure a robust and diverse support base for TC by supporting the Development Department in establishing, managing and enhancing existing and new relationships with key sponsors and donors, including governments, to facilitate the creation of new and renewed sources of major gifts, sponsorships and grants.

Branding and Market Positioning and Communications

  • In collaboration with the AD, lead the creation of the overall marketing and communications strategy to ensure continued and expanding engagement with audiences and external communities.
  • Working with the AD, provide leadership to Marketing in the development, implementation and analysis of leading-edge marketing and branding for TC using both traditional and advanced digital strategies and advanced analytics.
  • Alongside the AD, provide leadership to the Communications Department in developing and implementing strategies to ensure patrons, funders, donors, business/community leaders, elected officials and the public understand TC’s role, value, and contributions locally, nationally and internationally through traditional media, the website and advanced use of social media. 
  • Establish and oversee communications protocols internally and externally that both serve the mandate of the Theatre as well as work to promote awareness and growth of the organization.

Audience Development and Community Engagement

  • Lead TC’s overall strategies to develop audiences and engage with communities as outlined in the strategic plan and identify the appropriate metrics.
  • Provide leadership to Audience Services in developing and implementing a tactical plan to achieve the goals set out to secure budgeted results for subscriptions, single ticket and school sales using best practices and innovation to maximize the patron experience.
  • Work directly with the Learning and Engagement area to develop and implement the Theatre’s audience development, learning/education and engagement strategies and tactical plan.

Front of House

  • Develop and set goals for the organization to achieve in delivering world-class experiences for Theatre Calgary patrons.

CANDIDATE QUALIFICATIONS

  • Minimum ten years’ experience in progressively senior roles. Successful leadership of a performing arts organization or other relevant experience, with a demonstrated track record of achieving financial sustainability and audience growth.
  • Inclusive and strategic leadership, vision, collaboration and team building.
  • Minimum ten years’ experience in progressively senior roles.
  • A track record of senior management role(s) at prominent international arts organization(s).
  • Strong financial management skills and experience in creating, managing, presenting and interpreting budgets.
  • Proven ability to successfully develop and implement long-term strategic and annual tactical plans and measure the advancement.
  • Experience and knowledge in marketing, advertising and public relations; particularly as they relate to growing ticket and other earned income revenue. This would include an understanding and awareness of the uses of social media, data analytics and the digital world in building brand and engagement.
  • Familiarity with Tessitura or other enterprise applications used by performing arts and cultural organizations to manage their activities in ticketing, fundraising, customer relationship management and marketing is an asset.
  • Knowledge and experience of the international performing arts sector.
  • Excellent stakeholder management skills with experience reporting to a Board of Directors.
  • Experience in leading, managing fundraising strategies and campaigns and identifying new sources and increased levels of contributed income.
  • An extensive network of key theatre organizations abroad that contributes to potential international co-productions for TC.
  • Outstanding communication and presentation skills. Able to speak and write persuasively and serve as a spokesperson for the company in public and in the media.
  • Demonstrated engagement and cultural leadership in the wider community.
  • Experience building and effectively managing government and community relations.
  • Experience in dealing with facility management including negotiations of leases, ongoing landlord stewardship, as well as project management of renovations, leasehold improvements and maintenance.
  • Knowledge of theatre activity: locally, nationally and internationally is an asset.
  • Relevant undergraduate degree or experiential equivalent.

 

CANDIDATE ATTRIBUTES

  • Natural leadership skills; a proactive and dynamic professional who inspires confidence and credibility; has a strategic orientation and an honest, transparent and collaborative leadership style.
  • A genuine commitment to establish an internal culture that values people and provides an opportunity for everyone to flourish.
  • Authentic and genuine communication skills and public speaking abilities. 
  • The personal stature to inspire the organization, the Board and the stakeholders by representing the Theatre with integrity.
  • Dedicated to the principles of equal opportunity, cultural diversity, and broadening access to the arts.
  • A confident, calm, and tactful professional approach that demonstrates EQ with an ability to deal with a wide variety of people and with changing internal and external conditions.
  • A pragmatic and effective problem-solver.
  • A commitment to contribute to the leadership of the wider Calgary community.

COMPENSATION

A competitive compensation package will be provided with salary, bonus, and applicable benefits.

 

HOW TO APPLY

Please submit your application by emailing your cover letter and résumé no later than Friday, July 10th, 2020 to: .

 

Theatre Calgary is an equal-opportunity employer committed to reflecting our country’s diversity. We encourage candidates of all backgrounds to apply.

We thank applicants for their interest, however, only those advancing in the process will be contacted.

 

PDF posting here.

Manitoba

CityPositionOrganization
Winnipeg, MB
Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
The Manitoba Museum
Deadline:
September 10, 2020
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Description

 

REPORTS TO:  Board of Governors

DIRECT REPORTS:   Director of Marketing, Sales & Programs, Director of Research, Collections and Exhibitions, Director of Philanthropy, Director of Finance and Operations, Direction of Human Resources, and Executive Assistant

WEBSITE:     https://manitobamuseum.ca

ABOUT WINNIPEG:  https://www.tourismwinnipeg.com/

 

THE ORGANIZATION

The Manitoba Museum (TMM) is the province’s largest centre for heritage and science learning, renowned for its vivid portrayal of Manitoba’s rich and diverse history, Planetarium shows, and Science Gallery exhibits. The Museum is also charged with being the recipient of and safe keeper of all Province of Manitoba artifacts as well as the internationally significant HBC Collection. Deeply rooted in the history of the province of Manitoba, the Museum aspires to reflect and engage the communities it serves.

Our Vision is to shape Manitoba’s future by expanding knowledge, sharing stories, and encouraging discovery.

Our Mission is to preserve the heritage of Manitoba for present and future generations; to seek, acquire, and share knowledge of Manitoba’s history, culture and natural world with Manitobans and others; and to inspire personal discovery, appreciation, and understanding of Manitoba, the world, and our universe.

The Museum is noted for its three-dimensional walk-through galleries. Highlights include the Nonsuch, a full-size 17th century sailing vessel, and the Urban Gallery, which takes you back in time to Winnipeg during the 1920s. Along-side the Urban Gallery, the new Winnipeg Gallery shows the city’s history up to the present day. Opened in November 2019, as part of the “Bringing Our Stories Forward” capital project, this is the first new gallery in the Museum since 2003.

The Planetarium features interactive multimedia shows that recreate the current night sky, explore topical developments in astronomy, and highlight the latest space discoveries. In the Science Gallery, push the limits of your imagination, put your senses to the test and explore science, technology and the world around you in an exciting, high-energy environment. Due to the number of students who annually visit the Museum as part of their academic learning, the Manitoba Museum is referred to as the largest classroom in the Province of Manitoba.

The Manitoba Museum is proud to be one of more than 100 organizations, businesses, groups, and individuals to join the City of Winnipeg in their commitment to reconciliation by formally becoming partners of Winnipeg’s Indigenous Accord in 2018.

In 2017, TMM became the first museum, and is still the only museum in Canada, to achieve prestigious full accreditation from the Imagine Canada’s Standards Program. The accreditation certifies that TMM meets a Canada-wide set of shared standards for charities and non-profits designed to strengthen practices in five fundamental areas: board governance, financial accountability and transparency, fundraising, staff management, and volunteer involvement.

Following 28 years of balanced budgets, with more than 400,000 annual on-site visitors and over 10,000 individual supporting members, this highly respected cultural institution is well positioned to propel itself towards a bold, inclusive, and sustainable future.

 

THE POSITION

The Manitoba Museum is seeking a forward-thinking, energetic, and entrepreneurial leader to serve as its next CEO. Partnering with the Board of Governors and the staff, the CEO will provide strategic direction, executive leadership, and administrative guidance.

The successful candidate will possess the experience, knowledge, and vision along with: A superb operational skillset; a record of success in marketing, audience growth, and fundraising; a demonstrated commitment to strengthening diversity and workplace culture; and a natural inclination towards collaboration and community engagement.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Provide visionary leadership, including strategic direction and financial sustainability for the TMM.
  • Lead the Capital Renewal Vision concluding with the construction of a new, stand-alone Science Centre.
  • Responsible for TMM’s vision statement, policies, three-year rolling strategic plan, annual business plan, annual budget, and ongoing operational & finance reports.
  • Conceive, develop, and execute the next strategic plan for the TMM.
  • Build and nurture relationships with audiences, communities, partners, funders, and other stakeholders.
  • Stimulate and promote excellence and innovation in TMM’s programs and exhibitions.
  • Play an advocacy and ambassadorial role for TMM locally, provincially, and internationally.
  • Contribute to and play a leading role within the local arts and cultural community sector and, at times, act as spokesperson for the sector, to the community at-large.
  • Deliver on TMM’s commitment to reconciliation and inclusivity in the representation, presentation, and interpretation of Indigenous stories and experiences at the Museum.
  • Manage the TMM’s resources – human, financial and physical – so as to strengthen the Museum’s pre-eminent role in an increasingly competitive environment.
  • Ensure the critical relationships with the Province of Manitoba, the City of Winnipeg, the Government of Canada and relevant agencies are maintained to the best degree possible.
  • Provide regular reports to the Board on financial and other matters; keep the Board informed of any actions which may affect the Museum.
  • Oversee day-to-day administration and management in accordance with goals, initiatives, policies and budget limitations established by the Board.
  • Ensure that effective financial control and sound accounting practices are in place; monitor expenditures in relation to budget and to actual income.
  • Lead the annual fundraising and capital campaigns.
  • Develop and maintain corporate, private foundation, government and community sponsorships and partnerships.
  • Ensure effective recruitment, orientation, training and development of staff and volunteers.
  • Develop a culture that promotes respect and teamwork, builds loyalty, drives engagement, and maximizes employee potential and appeals to outside talent.

CANDIDATE QUALIFICATIONS

  • Demonstrated track record of cultural leadership and administration; minimum 10 years of senior leadership in a similar or other relevant organization.
  • An engaging and collaborative visionary who can ensure delivery of captivating annual exhibitions, educational and outreach programs, while staying true to the principles of TMM and its accessibility initiatives.
  • An innovative thinker who can tap into digital technologies and further the impact on audiences and patrons.
  • Brings an understanding of marketing, including the uses of social media to drive attendance and engagement.
  • An effective fundraiser possessing an exceptional track record with donors, Board members, stakeholders, sponsors, and other partners.
  • A keen and impactful spokesperson helping to foster appreciation of the organization, with an aligned belief in the mission of TMM.
  • An excellent relationship builder with significant experience leading and managing in a unionized environment.
  • A sensitivity to the distinctive cultural plurality of Manitoba and alignment with TMM’s mandate of inclusiveness.
  • Knowledge of or willingness to understand the history and pre-history of the unique and diverse First Nation, Metis and Inuit communities that call this province home.
  • Operational experience in managing a cultural facility of similar size to TMM with large teams of staff and volunteers.
  • A fiscally savvy leader, with a track record of delivering balanced budgets.
  • Exceptional ability to foster a collaborative and open-door culture with staff and the Board.
  • Appreciation of and strong commitment to good governance practices (Imagine Canada Standards Program).
  • Bilingualism in French or a local Indigenous language is an asset.

 

CANDIDATE ATTRIBUTES

  • Culturally aligned with TMM’s mandate, mission, and vision.
  • Genuine and keen interest in the heritage, culture, and natural world of the province.
  • Strong interpersonal and communications skills.
  • The ability to engender confidence and trust from the cultural community, staff, Board and government.
  • Highly articulate, with exceptional team-building skills.
  • Creative and strong leadership skills, internal and external.
  • Enjoys mentoring people and helping to achieve agreed upon goals.
  • High professional standards and integrity.
  • A practical, calm, and creative problem solver and strategic thinker, who can react nimbly to the unexpected and be flexible in their decision-making.
  • Ability to work well under pressure, independently or as part of a team.
  • Results-oriented and disciplined; accepts ownership with a hands-on approach.
  • Active listener, with a collegial management approach.

 

COMPENSATION

A competitive compensation package will be offered, complete with salary and benefits.

 

HOW TO APPLY

Please apply by email with your cover letter and resume by no later than September 10, 2020.

Send to:

The Manitoba Museum is strongly committed to employment equity and welcomes diversity in its community. We welcome all applications from women, racialized persons/persons of colour, Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities, persons of all sexual orientations and genders, and others who may contribute to the further diversification of ideas. Accommodations will be made available to applicants with disabilities in the recruitment process. If you require accommodation, please contact TMM@searchlightpartnersgroup.com.

All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply. Application materials, including reference letters, will be handled in accordance with the “Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (Manitoba).” 

We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those being considered for interviews will be contacted.

 

The Manitoba Museum is located on Treaty 1 land, and the homeland of the Métis Nation. These lands, occupied for thousands of years, are the traditional territories of the Anishinaabeg, Ininiwak, and Nakota Nations. The Museum is committed to collaborating with all Indigenous peoples of this province including the Dakota, Anishininiwak, Dene, and Inuit.

We acknowledge the harms of the past, are committed to improving relationships in the spirit of reconciliation and appreciate the opportunity to live and learn on these traditional lands in mutual respect.

 

SEE PDF VERSION HERE.