Application Deadline: December 3, 2020 at 11:59pm
Interviews: Dec 7 to Dec 11, 2020
Start Date: January 6th, 2021
Salary: $43,600 to $46,600 for 35 hrs per/week
Location: Etobicoke, Ontario
Term: Full-time 35 hrs per/week permanent
Employee Benefits: Extended Health Benefits
Organization's Field/Discipline: The Arts
Job's focus: Creative and Administrative
Career Level: Middle management
About Lakeshore Arts
Lakeshore Arts is a registered charitable not-for-profit community arts organization that is dedicated to engaging people through a variety of multidisciplinary art forms as a way of enriching people’s lives and strengthening communities. We believe community arts contribute to the holistic health of a community by offering unique and innovative opportunities to engage in transformative justice and positive social change by connecting people to the arts. LSA values equity, diversity inclusion, transparency and respect; focusing on creating impact using the arts as a catalyst for positive social change and engagement.
Reporting to the Executive Director, the Program Manager is a crucial member of the LSA management team. A collaborative and empathetic leader, who will support and foster the programming staff. They are responsible for the organization’s artistic vision aligning with our mission in collaboration with the Executive Director and Community Project Space Coordinator. As part of our dynamic team, the Program Manager is responsible for all aspects of the delivery and administration of core programs and events. They play a role in identifying gaps in service and in the creation of new innovative programs developed within an anti-oppression framework reflecting community need. As key management personnel, they also focus on building community through the development of key partner and stakeholder relations.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities
Human Resource Management - 20%
Programming Development and Management - 30%
Financial - 15%
Administration - 25%
Marketing & Outreach - 10%
Why Join Us:
We are a team of passionate community arts professionals, driven by our mission to develop transformative justice and socially engaged community arts programming. As a team, we value creative thinking, collaboration and believe in supporting one another. We are committed to the health and well-being of our staff, volunteers and program participants. We also value learning and encourage ongoing professional development, network building and mentorship opportunities.
We know an effective organization and workplace culture is developed through mutual respect and believe that equity diversity and inclusion are crucial to our shared success. LSA is an equal opportunity employer and we approach hiring practices through an anti-racist, anti-oppression equity lens and pledge to: include a salary range or rate of pay in job postings when possible, provide transparency in hiring timeline and dates, offer an opportunity for feedback for candidates who attend interviews, make any accommodations possible during the recruitment and hiring process and continually make improvements to break down barriers to employment.
Please note, our office is on a second story walk-up that isn’t wheelchair accessible or may be difficult for those with mobility limitations.
LSA is located in Etobicoke/Adobigok (Place of the Alders in the Ojibwe). This territory was subject of the Dish With One Spoon Wampum Belt Covenant and we are grateful to have the opportunity to live and work in this territory alongside many Indigenous people from across Turtle Island.
For more information about Lakeshore Arts, please visit our website: www.lakeshorearts.ca
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