About the CSDA/CCAD
The Canadian Society of Decorative Arts/ Cercle canadien des arts décoratifs (CSDA/CCAD) is a national, non-profit organization founded in 1981 for the study, appreciation, and promotion of design and decorative arts in Canada. We believe that the celebration of material culture can bring enthusiasts, collectors, and experts together to share their knowledge and passion in community. Further, we support the preservation, restoration, and creative re-purposing of objects. Our scope embraces a wide range of cultural production from ceramics and silverware to craftivism and weaving, from fashion and architectural elements to musical instruments and transistor radios.
The CSDA/CCAD looks to support a broader mandate of diversity and inclusion.
About the Role
The Digital Media Manager is integral to the CSDA/CCAD's Communications Committee and is responsible for creating content for CSDA/CCAD's social platforms. Platforms include but are not limited to IG, FB/Meta, Twitter/X, LinkedIn, as well as any appropriate new platforms that may emerge. This successful candidate has a proven track record for leveraging the web, social media, digital marketing, and CRM, in order to maximize the potential for multi-directional communications with our key stakeholders and target audiences. This person is also responsible for the analysis of data harvested from our digital initiatives, and for reporting the analysis to the Communications Committee.
Responsibilities include creating shareable content; determining which platform is best suited for each piece of content; building and managing social media profiles and presence; directing paid search and social campaigns and analyzing the performance of those campaigns while maintaining brand consistency. The successful candidate will be bilingual in English and French and be responsible for:
SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS:
Education - University degree in technology, communications, media, knowledge mobilization, and/or field of fine arts/decorative arts or other relevant fields.
Languages - The position requires a candidate with excellent written skills in English and French. Additional languages are an asset.
Ability to take initiative and work independently on a range of projects simultaneously and effectively with minimal supervision. Highly organized, detail-oriented, and self-motivated. A passion for having a positive impact on the decorative arts industry and guiding community through material arts news and activities.
*Note, this position will start out on a voluntary basis with the ability to move into a contracted position upon review of performance after three months’ time.
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