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CURRENT JOB POSTINGS


Director of Development (Kingston Canadian Film Festival)

Application deadline: 30 June 2024
Remuneration: $55,000 - $70,000 based on experience
Type: Full-time, permanent

The Kingston Canadian Film Festival is hiring a full-time Director of Development. This staff member will be responsible for coordinating and implementing sponsorship and charitable giving campaigns, while also assisting with grant writing and other duties connected to development.

Some responsibilities will include: managing all press relations, procuring and stewarding sponsorship, procuring and stewarding charitable donors, assisting with grant writing and reporting.

KCFF operates as a small team throughout the year, with increased staffing during the festival season. At various points, staff may be required to take on responsibilities and efforts outside of the scope of their job description to contribute to the success of the Festival.


Education Assistant, Special Projects - Young Canada Works (Agnes Etherington Art Centre)

Application deadline: 30 June 2024
Remuneration: $18/hour; 35 hours/week
Type: Full-time, contract (30 weeks, 3 September 2024–28 March 2025)

Working closely with the Program Coordinator, the Education Assistant, Special Projects plays an important role in redesigning Agnes’s school programs. This fall, Agnes’s programs are operating offsite as a major building renovation is underway as part of Agnes Reimagined. During the two years offsite Agnes is imagining new ways of interacting with the community and piloting new programs.

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FRENCH | Coordinateur/coordinatrice artistique (Centre Culturel Frontenac)

Application deadline: 30 June 2024
Remuneration: $40-$48,000
Type: Full-time, renewable contract

Sous la supervision immédiate, et en étroite collaboration avec la Direction générale et conformément aux Statuts et Règlements ainsi qu'aux Politiques internes du Centre, le ou la titulaire de ce poste harmonise l'organisation et la gestion des projets artistiques et communautaires du centre, en faisant du service à la clientèle une priorité.

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FRENCH | Agent administratif / agente administrative (Centre Culturel Frontenac)

Application deadline: 30 June 3024
Remuneration: $20-$23/hour
Type: Part-time, renewable contract

Sous la supervision immédiate de la Direction générale et conformément aux Statuts et Règlements ainsi qu'aux Politiques internes du Centre, le ou la titulaire de ce poste doit faire preuve de disponibilités, dynamisme, engagement communautaire, et intérêt pour la culture, dans le contexte du travail d'équipe en gestion administrative, accueil et appui événementiel.

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Visitor Experience Manager (Great Lakes Museum)

Application deadline: Open until filled
Remuneration: $55-65,000
Type: Full-time, permanent

Reporting to the Executive Director, the Visitor Experience Manager will be responsible for all aspects related to visitor experience – from providing strategic advice and expertise on the development of innovative opportunities for visitors, to over-seeing day-to-day visitor experience delivery by staff and volunteers. You will lead a diverse team responsible for programming, the provision of visitor services (e.g. tours, reception, orientation) and new product development to increase attendance and revenue generation. Your challenge will be to ensure programs and events are relevant to a diverse visitor audience (tourists, schools, families, groups, etc.). You will also work closely with a community of partners and stakeholders to broaden the opportunities available to visitors and establish the Great Lakes Museum as a key tourism destination.

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Tour Guide - S.S. KEEWATIN (Great Lakes Museum)

Application deadline: Open until filled
Remuneration: $18/hour
Type: Full-time, contract

The Great Lakes Museum seeks Tour Guides for the S.S. Keewatin. Guides will have excellent customer service skills to deliver engaging and informative tours of the 1907-built S.S. Keewatin throughout the busy summer season. This position is a great opportunity to work in a friendly, creative and collaborative work environment while developing visitor experience, communications and leadership skills. The Museum’s mission is to inspire an enduring connection to the maritime heritage of Kingston and the Great Lakes. This is a full-time summer position at $18/hour, with the potential for extension in the September-October.

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