A Programming Developer, is responsible for planning, implementing, and evaluating various programs related to the organization's mission.
The last stage of this role will be fully operational once proper funding has been established.
This role often involves working closely with the team.
We believe in building a fun - healthy culture, that is free from politics, favoritism, and
nepotism or abuse of power, to mention a few.
As you will be evaluated, you will also have the chance to evaluate your peers or your
co-workers, we believe in a two-way street, not one way. (More details to follow)
We do not believe in micromanagement and other variables attached to it.
You will receive a two-week training or altogether 48 hours (about 4 days) of training,
and ongoing support will be provided at your request.
This is a volunteer position to begin with, it will require a commitment of 3 days or 24
hours, you can split it as you see fit.
We will be seeking funding to grow this role into a paid position, full transparency will
be provided to you in this regard.
This position will require you to be open-minded and make judgments only after all the
information from every side has been gathered.
Overseeing the development, planning, implementation, and evaluation of the organization's programs.
Working with faculty or other staff to plan and implement programs.
Researching, planning, and executing new and current programming
Working with the team on program-related sponsorships and grants.
Coordinating with other organizations to develop programs.
Developing budgets and maintaining accurate records of costs for programs.
Providing regular updates to the team.
Reviewing and negotiating contracts.
Serve as Chair or Co-chair of the Programming Committee.
Bilingual is highly desired.
A degree or current education or practice in the arts is highly desired. The ideal candidate
for this role should have a strong understanding of the arts.
Excellent organizational and communication skills.
Any combination of training, experience and education that provides required knowledge,
skills, and ability to perform the position's duties.
They should also be able to work effectively with a diverse range of stakeholders,
including staff, volunteers, artists, and community members.
Prior experience in a non-profit setting is preferred but not required.
Should possess integrity, taking initiative, emotional maturity, dependability, problem
solving, good judgment, and the ability to work cooperatively with others.
Excellent computer, web, software skills and an understanding of AI tools are required.
Please Note: WorkInNonProfits.ca is not affiliated with and in no way endorses or vets the organization that posted this job. Any links displayed within the posting will take you to external sites where the same disclaimer applies.
Thanks for looking on WorkInNonProfits.ca and good luck with your job search!