POSITION: Interim Publisher
OPPORTUNITY TYPE: 5-6 month contract, ending April 30, 2021.
REPORTS TO: Co-Chairs of the Board of Directors
This opportunity requires an individual with enhanced change leadership skills. As Canadian Art examines its organizational structure to better serve its clients and optimize the organization, the successful candidate will be able to work across silos, promoting collaboration beyond their team and approach with an innovative mindset. The interim publisher is instrumental in assisting Canadian Art to reach its goals and objectives between now and April 2021.
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.
EXPERIENCE, KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS
Canadian Art is the preeminent platform for journalism and criticism about art and culture in Canada. Our award-winning print, digital, educational and programming initiatives deliver smart, accessible ideas, stories and opinions. A national charity, Canadian Art develops and supports art writers and engages with the work of artists, established and new. It develops inclusive platforms to understand, debate and be inspired by art.
In addition to publishing in print and online, the Canadian Art Foundation also presents innovative events and educational programs, including School Hop and The Canadian Art Encounters speaker series. These programs support our mandate to engage audiences nationwide and address urgent and evolving issues through the lens of contemporary art and culture.
For more information about us, please visit https://canadianart.ca/
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. Please let us know should you require accommodation during any part of this recruitment process.
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