Are you our next
Programming & Communication Director?
- have a keen understanding and appreciation of Calgary’s film and media arts community, and are passionate about building community;
- are ready to oversee the leadership of our annual short format film festival – The Artifact Film Festival;
- want the opportunity to manage and coordinate CSIF’s communication both externally and internally;
- have the ability to write and disseminate press releases, and maintain strong relationships with local and national media;
- are able to manage CSIF’s website, social media channels, and weekly e-newsletters, and Slack workspace;
- long for the opportunity to program independent film events and screenings;
- have killer time management skills;
- communicate excitingly when you speak and write;
- Enjoy working in a front facing role, and engaging directly with the public;
- have the proven ability to develop strong relationships with community partners, and stakeholders.
… and have experience…
- successfully coordinating film/media events and/or post-secondary training in programming and event management, with 2+ years of work experience;
- in marketing, communication, graphic design and/or post-secondary training in marketing and communications, with 2+ years of work experience;
- leading workshops and public speaking;
- working with/in an artist-run, non-profit centre;
- managing temporary staff, interns, and volunteers.
… and are prepared to…
- work playfully & play seriously in a fast-paced office environment;
- learn as you work & work as you learn;
- take risks, responsibility, & initiative;
- have a meaningful impact on the Calgary arts community.
- please submit your résumé and cover letter that demonstrates you can write effectively (telling us how our experience fits with this role and why you want to join our team).
CSIF is a non-profit member organization supporting independent film in Calgary for the past 4 decades and an equal opportunity employer. Selections will be made without regard to gender identification, race, religion, disability, marital status, age, or national origin.
This is a full-time gig (35 hours a week) with a standard schedule of Tuesday - Saturday, offering a competitive non-profit salary of $32 - $38,000 per year with benefits.
*Application deadline: Midnight, September 30th, 2018
Send to Kizzie Sutton, Executive Director: email@example.com