ABOUT THE TORONTO BIENNIAL OF ART
The Toronto Biennial of Art’s mission is to make contemporary art accessible to everyone. A ten-week event every two years, the Biennial commissions artists to create new works for a city-wide exhibition in dialogue with Toronto’s diverse local contexts. Year-round public and learning programs bridge Biennials and invite intergenerational audiences to explore the ideas that inspire our events. Building upon past editions and offering new ways of seeing and listening, each Biennial connects people to spark meaningful dialogues and imagine new futures.
For detailed information on the impact of the Biennial, please read our latest Evaluation Report.
The Development Coordinator is the lynchpin of the Development team. Reporting to the Director of Development, the Coordinator supports all functions of the Development team in donor relations and fundraising, including from government, foundation, corporate, and individual giving. The Coordinator will support donor and prospect cultivation and solicitation as well as donor stewardship and reporting. The Coordinator provides administrative, research, and operational support to the Development team. The Coordinator also plays a key role in planning and logistics for donor cultivation and stewardship events.
Key responsibilities of the position include:
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & CAPACITIES:
Compensation: $50,000 - 55,000 salary, access to an annual health savings account and mobile phone subsidy.
Term: 12-month contract with the opportunity to renew or extend.
Location: Our offices are located at 158 Sterling Road in Toronto.
Toronto Biennial of Art is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to diversity and inclusiveness in all of our work. We work proactively to be fair and equitable in practice and welcome applications from all qualified individuals. We encourage those who identify as women, persons with disabilities, Indigenous persons, persons of colour, all gender and sexual orientations, and all groups protected by the Ontario Human Rights Code to apply. In accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code, Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005, accommodation will be provided at any point throughout the hiring process, provided the candidate makes their accommodation needs known to Toronto Biennial of Art.
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