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Peterborough, ON
Manager, Arts, Culture & Heritage Division
City of Peterborough
January 11, 2018
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Job Details:

This position is responsible to manage and direct Arts, Culture & Heritage Division facilities, programs, and services including the Art Gallery of Peterborough, the Heritage Preservation Office, and the Peterborough Museum & Archives.  They will guide the Municipal Cultural Plan; coordinate the City’s Public Art Program; guide/ support cultural community development projects; liaise with the Peterborough Public Library; and manage the City’s Immigration portfolio.



We require an individual who has a Masters degree in Arts, History, Social Sciences, Business, or Public Administration plus a degree or recognized certificate in Museum/ Cultural Studies or a Master of Library Science degree coupled with a minimum of five years' related multi-disciplinary management experience in a municipal environment.  The successful candidate will have:

  • Excellent administrative and communication skills.
  • Demonstrated leadership, management and team-building skills to effectively coach, motivate and direct the work of others. 
  • Excellent planning, forecasting, and financial/budget management skills. 
  • Knowledge of effective performance management practices; training and development techniques; and of the Collective Bargaining process. 
  • The ability to interpret and apply the collective agreement and to achieve positive labour-management relations. 
  • Well-developed communication, facilitation, negotiation, and public relations skills to build effective relationships within the corporation and throughout the community. 
  • The ability to problem-solve beyond conventional methods, champion and manage change, gain the cooperation of others, and build confidence among peers, City Council, and the community. 
  • A creative/innovative focus on service delivery, a commitment to continuous improvement, respect for the diversity of opinions and perspectives, and be comfortable with a certain level of ambiguity and constantly changing priorities.
  • The ability to function in a computerized work environment including proficiency using word processing, spreadsheet, and database software packages. 

Salary: $101,827-$111,303 (2018 rate)

Qualified applicants are invited to submit a résumé and cover letter, quoting file number no later than 12:00 p.m. on Thursday, January 11, 2018, to:
City of Peterborough, Human Resources Division, City Hall, 500 George Street North, Peterborough, Ontario K9H 3R9. Fax: (705) 742-7021


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Mississauga, ON
Supervisor, Heritage Planning
City of Mississauga - Community Service Department
January 8, 2018
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Primary Responsibilities

Under the direction of the Manager, Cultural and Heritage Planning, the Supervisor, Heritage Planning will lead a small team of staff to recommend appropriate approaches to dealing with sensitive and controversial heritage planning issues while ensuring adherence to the Ontario Heritage Act, Ontario Planning Act and other related legislation, the City of Mississauga’s Official Plan and other relevant planning documents.


Salary: $76,737 - $102,317, Grade F
Closing Date: January 8, 2018

How to Apply: Please use the link below to see complete information about this position.

You can search the position through job name (Supervisor, Heritage Planning) or the posting number (2017-3622).


Job Specifications 

  • Graduation from a recognized university in fields of urban planning, architecture, urban geography, archaeology, or related studies;
  • A minimum of eight (8) years’ experience in heritage planning, review and commenting on development applications, policy analysis and formulation, as well as public consultation in a municipal context;
  • A well developed and professional working knowledge and comprehensive understanding of the Ontario Heritage Act, Planning Act, and Parks Canada Standards and Guidelines for the Conservation of Historic Places;
  • A thorough understanding of legislation, policy and implementation instruments that apply to heritage planning;
  • Minimum 2 years of experience with leading a team of professional staff;
  • Excellent organizational and project management skills;
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills, including proven report writing skills and attention to detail;
  • Highly refined research skills;
  • Excellent political acumen;
  • Demonstrated ability to liaise with senior staff, elected officials, outside agencies and the public;
  • Demonstrated organizational, analytical and problem-solving skills;
  • Demonstrated experience in business planning and a proven track record of continuous improvement and successful problem solving;
  • Experience in providing expert testimony at the Ontario Municipal Board is an asset;
  • Member or eligibility for membership in the Canadian Institute of Planners;
  • Good computer literacy with knowledge of MS Word, Excel required. Proficiency with MAX and Agenda Management would be considered an asset;
  • A valid driver’s licence and access to a vehicle is necessary.