Careers https://museums.ca Careers 08/14/2018 Preparator / Fine Art Technician / Driver [Greater Toronto Area] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=897DF0F69D00536DA098E108A382184F?careerId=374  

Preparator / Fine Art Technician / Driver

    
 

Job Title:

 

Preparator / Fine Art Technician / Driver

 
 

Organization:

 

PACART

 
 

Language Required:

 

Bilingual

 
 

Location:

 

Greater Toronto Area - Other locations, Greater Toronto Area, Ontario

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

31-Dec-2018

 
 

Date Posted:

 

2017-09-13

 
 

Email:

 

devon.giroux@pacart.ca

 
 

Web Link to Institution:

 

http://pacart.ca

 
 

Salary:

 

$70,000 +

 
 

Job Description:

 

PACART ( TORONTO )

Preparator/Fine Art Technician / Driver 

PACART


Full time position (Lawrence Ave/DVP)

Background
PACART is Canada’s most respected Fine Art and Exhibition Logistics provider.
We have recently expanded our Toronto operation and now require a talented individual to enhance our Local Service team

Nature and scope of position

The successful candidate for this position will join our team of professional Fine Art Technicians providing:

• Packing, Crate Construction and Installation services;
• Local and Regional transportation services in company vehicles;

Qualifications 

The successful candidate should possess:
• a keen interest in the arts;
• woodworking skills and experience;
• relevant experience with packing, handling and installation of a variety of artwork;
• a valid Ontario G class licence (DZ or AZ class licences are definitely an asset);
• the ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing;
• a professional appearance;
• excellent interpersonal and client service skills;
• detail-oriented organizational skills;
• the ability to work independently
• flexibility to travel within Canada and the USA
Application submission

Please send a cover letter and resume to PACART Devon.giroux@pacart.ca 
Subject Line: Preparator / Fine Art Technician / Driver

 
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Heritage Leader (Summer) [Ottawa] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=897DF0F69D00536DA098E108A382184F?careerId=513  

Heritage Leader (Summer)

    
 

Organization:

 

City of Ottawa

 

Language required:

English oral, reading, writing required. French oral, reading, writing may be required for some positions.

Location:

Ottawa, Ontario (Various locations)

 

Application Deadline:

 

2018-08-31

 
 

Date Posted:

 

2018-02-01

 

Salary:

$14.000 per hour (2018 rates of pay)

Web Link to Institution:

https://ottawa.ca/cgi-bin/jobs.pl?id=2018-EX-EN-51993990-01

Job Description:

Job Summary
Assist with researching, planning, delivery, and documentation of public and educational interpretive programs and events at museums and historic sites. Conducts interpretive tours and dispenses historical information to the community, utilizing first- and third-person interpretation techniques. Interacts cooperatively with museum volunteers and actively participates in a team environment to include all aspects of museum operations, and assists with public rental bookings and food services as required. Acts as public ambassador of the museums by participating in educational and promotional outreach activities and engages in customer service activities such as front desk duties, cash transactions, responding to public inquiries, setting up rooms and grounds for public events, recording of visitor statistics, and conducting visitor evaluations. Ensures safety of museum visitors and program participants, as well as ensuring the security of the museum and its contents. Opens and closes the site and performs some cleaning and gardening duties as required.

Education & Experience
Post Secondary Student (completion of second year College or university) : History, Museology, Education, Theatre, Public Relations, Classical Studies, or Related Discipline

Minimum of eight (8) months but less than one (1) year of related experience is required : Experience in working with the public in a client service environment; experience with clients of various ages; experience in research activities

*Experience and formal training combined with demonstrated performance and ability may substitute for stipulated academic requirements.

Language, Certificates & Licenses
First Aid/CPR
Current Automated External Defibrillator (A.E.D.)
AODA Customer Service (Servability Training)
The successful candidate will be required to complete a Police Record Check to the City of Ottawa’s satisfaction.

English oral, reading, writing required. 
French oral, reading, writing may be required for some positions. 
Candidates must meet language requirement for position upon hire.

Knowledge
Intermediate and/or advanced knowledge of MS Word and MS Excel
Familiarity with formal interpretation methodology and techniques is considered an asset, but are taught during the training sessions
Competencies & Skills
Advanced verbal communication skills (the ability to successfully communicate historical information to the public of varying ages and interests)
Strong writing skills for both internal and external audiences
Ability to research, understand, and document historical data
Ability to understand event and program logistics and implement as needed
Ability to multi-task and work well under pressure and tight deadlines
Ability to understand and take direction and to pro-actively provide status updates
Ability to understand the scope of various types of projects and work on them through to completion
Ability to accurately record statistical data and visitor evaluation information
Ability to comfortably and confidently speak in public to individuals and groups of varying ages, interests, and backgrounds

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Chef du patrimoine (Été) https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=897DF0F69D00536DA098E108A382184F?careerId=514  

Chef du patrimoine (Été)

    
 

Organisme:

 

Ville d'Ottawa

 
 

Langue requise pour l'emploi:

 

Anglais expression orale, compréhension orale, lecture, écriture requis. Français expression orale, compréhension orale, lecture, écriture pourrait être nécessaire à certains postes.

 
 

Lieu:

 

Ottawa, Ontario (divers lieux)

 
 

Date limite:

 

2018-08-31 

 

Date d'affichage

2018-02-01 

 

Salaire:

 

14,000 $ de l'heure (taux de rémunération de 2018)

 

Adresse URL de l'organisme:

https://ottawa.ca/cgi-bin/jobs.pl?id=2018-EX-FR-51993990-01

Description de l'emploi:

Résumé des fonctions
Le titulaire aide à la recherche, à la planification, à la prestation et à la documentation des programmes et des activités d'interprétation publics et éducatifs dans les musées et les lieux historiques. Il organise des visites d'interprétation et transmet des renseignements historiques à la communauté, utilisant les techniques d'interprétation à la première et à la troisième personne. Il interagit en collaboration avec les bénévoles du musée et participe dans des équipes en vue d'inclure certains aspects des activités du musée, et aide pour les réservations publiques et les services d'alimentation au besoin. Il agit comme ambassadeur public des musées en participant à des activités promotionnelles et éducatives et prend part à des activités du service à la clientèle, notamment en effectuant des tâches à la réception, en acceptant de l'argent comptant, en répondant aux questions du public, en aidant à préparer les salles et le terrain à l'extérieur lors d'activités publiques, en enregistrant des statistiques sur les visiteurs et en effectuant des évaluations des visiteurs. Il aide à assurer la sécurité des visiteurs des musées et des participants aux programmes, ainsi qu'à assurer la sécurité du musée et de son contenu. Il ouvre et ferme les portes du musée et effectue quelques tâches de nettoyage et d'entretien des jardins, au besoin.

Scolarité et expérience
Études postsecondaires (avoir terminé la deuxième année des études collégiales ou universitaires). Histoire, muséologie, enseignement, théâtre, relations publiques, études classiques ou domaine connexe.

Au moins huit mois, mais pas plus d'un an d'expérience pertinente. Expérience de travail auprès du public dans un environnement lié au service à la clientèle; expérience avec des clients de tout âge; expérience liée aux activités de recherche.

* Les candidats qui possèdent une expérience jugée pertinente et une formation reconnue et dont la fiche de service atteste d'un rendement satisfaisant et d'aptitudes manifestes pourront ne pas être tenus de satisfaire à l'exigence relative aux études requises.

Permis/Certificats/Compétences linguistiques
Premiers soins/RCR;
Certificat à jour d'opérateur de défibrillateur externe automatisé (DEA);
Attestation de service à la clientèle dans le cadre de la LAPHO (formation en serviabilité).
La personne retenue devra fournir une attestation de vérification de dossier de police que la Ville d'Ottawa juge satisfaisante.

Anglais expression orale, compréhension orale, lecture, écriture requis.
Français expression orale, compréhension orale, lecture, écriture pourrait être nécessaire à certains postes.
Le candidat possède un niveau précis et immédiat de compétence à l’embauche.

Connaissances
Connaissance de niveau intermédiaire et/ou avancé des logiciels Word et Excel de Microsoft;
La connaissance des méthodes et des techniques d'interprétation officielles seront considérées un atout, mais elles seront enseignées lors des séances de formation.
Compétences et aptitudes
Grandes aptitudes en communication verbale (capacité à transmettre avec succès de l'information historique au public de tout âge et ayant des intérêts variés);
Grandes aptitudes à l'écriture autant pour le personnel à l'interne que pour le public externe;
Capacité à effectuer de la recherche de données historiques, à comprendre ces données et à les consigner;
Capacité à comprendre la logistique des activités et des programmes et à la mettre en oeuvre au besoin;
Capacité à effectuer plusieurs tâches à la fois et à bien travailler sous pression, ainsi qu'à respecter des délais serrés;
Aptitudes à comprendre et à recevoir des directives et à fournir de façon proactive des comptes rendus sur la progression des tâches;
Capacité à comprendre la portée de différents types de projet et à travailler en vue d'assurer leur achèvement complet;
Capacité à enregistrer avec précision des données statistiques et des renseignements sur l'évaluation des visiteurs;
Être à l'aise et confiant en parlant devant un public composé de personnes et de groupes dont l'âge, les intérêts et l'expérience personnelle sont très variés.

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Marketing Director – Job ID # 43449 [Sarasota, FL, USA] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=897DF0F69D00536DA098E108A382184F?careerId=1042  

Marketing Director – Job ID # 43449

    
 

Job Title:

 

Marketing Director – Job ID # 43449

 
 

Organization:

 

John & Mable Ringling Museum of Art, Florida State University

 

Job Type:

Permanent

 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

Sarasota, Florida, USA

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

N/A

 

Job Start Date:

N/A

 

Date Posted:

 

2018-05-08

 

Email:

employment@ringling.org

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

http://bit.ly/RingMarketingDir

 
 

Salary:

 

Low $60's to mid $70's USD

 
 

Job Description:

 

Marketing Director – Job ID # 43449
This is an Administrative & Professional position.
This position reports jointly to the Executive Director with a dotted line to the Chief Officer for Advancement & External Affairs.

Responsibilities
• Oversees the Marketing department’s daily operations including public relations and media interactions. Interfaces with department stakeholders to ensure the effective marketing of their programs and events. Supervises the design and production of all print and digital collateral, including: Members Magazine; educational materials; exhibition, event, and performance collateral; and advertising, both on-site and external. Compiles, edits, and creates marketing copy and assets in a timely manner, meeting all production schedules and deadlines. Ensures all marketing materials adhere to The Ringling’s brand, style guide, and key messaging.
• Develops a comprehensive annual marketing plan and communications strategy in support of organizational goals and objectives. Directs implementation and execution of the annual plan and communications strategy. Advances The Ringling in a growing digital environment, staying current with emerging technologies and new media. Oversees The Ringling’s website, social media, e-mail marketing, and community outreach. Produces and analyzes metric-based reports, making data-driven decisions to support marketing efforts.
• Develops and oversees The Ringling’s marketing budget and manages allocation of funds.
• Supervises and provides direction for five full-time staff members including hiring, training and performance evaluation. May provide supervision for part-time staff.
• Works collaboratively with Executive and Senior members to ensure effective attainment of strategic goals, objectives, and key messaging. In concert with the Executive Staff and FSU Public Relations serves as member of the crisis management team. Serves as a member of the Museum’s Senior Management Team.
• Foster’s professional relationships with national PR firms, media representatives, vendors /contractors, the community, and potential donors to elevate The Ringling brand locally, nationally, and internationally. This includes active participation in media sponsorship relations.

Preferred
• Advanced degree in Communications or related field preferred
• Prior supervisory experience
• Project management skills
• Ability to identify best use of various media types (non-print)
• PC skills – Advanced
o MS Office
• Ability to learn new technology
• Database knowledge
o Tessitura – preferred
o TMS
o Google Analytics

Qualifications
• Bachelor's Degree in Marketing, Communications, or a related field + 6 years of related experience.
• Organized, attention to detail, and ability to multi-task
• Ability to make decisions independently in a fast-pace environment
• Excellent verbal and written communications skills
• Knowledge of current media technology & trends and public relations practices
• Knowledge of the concepts, principles, and practices of accounting, budgeting, and cost control procedures

This position requires successful completion of a criminal history background check, to include fingerprinting.

An Equal Opportunity/Access/Affirmative Action/Pro Disabled & Veteran Employer.

FSU's Equal Opportunity Statement can be viewed at: http://www.hr.fsu.edu/PDF/Publications/diversity/EEO_Statement.pdf

For more information, please visit www.ringling.org

If qualified and interested apply at http://bit.ly/RingMarketingDir. If you are a current FSU employee, apply via myFSU > Self Service.

Applicants are required to complete the online application with all applicable information. Applications must include all work history up to ten years, and education details even if attaching a resume. This position is advertised as open until filled.

For more information, or for technical assistance, please contact Ringling Human Resources at 941-359-5700 ext. 2605 or employment@ringling.org.

 
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HOSTS-HOSTESSES, CANADA SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY MUSEUM (CSTM) [Ottawa] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=897DF0F69D00536DA098E108A382184F?careerId=1063  

HOSTS-HOSTESSES, CANADA SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY MUSEUM (CSTM)

    
 

Job Title:

 

HOSTS-HOSTESSES, CANADA SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY MUSEUM (CSTM)

 
 

Organization:

 

Ingenium - Canada's Museums of Science and Innovationn

 

Job Type:

Term / Part-time

 

Language Required:

 

Bilingual (BBC/BBC)

 
 

Location:

 

Ottawa, ON

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

2019-03-31

 

Job Start Date:

2018-06-18

 

Date Posted:

 

2018-05-14

 

Email:

competition@ingeniumcanada.org

 

Salary:

 

$18.57 - $22.60 Level: 1

 
 

Job Description:

 

Summary of Duties:
You can effectively communicate your knowledge of the Canada Science and Technology Museum’s collection and programs
to visitors and colleagues. In addition, you are a reliable team player who can work well independently without supervision .
You will act as an ambassador of the museum by presenting it as a dynamic cultural institution . You will demonstrate good
judgement that will allow you evaluate changing situations quickly and take appropriate action . You possess an interest and
curiosity in science and technology and are sensitive to the needs of our diverse group of visitors .

Reporting to the Supervisor, Guides and Hosts, the incumbent will work at the CSTM Information Center, welcome groups and
administer the CSTM admissions program so that the objectives , programs, purpose and facilities of the Museum can be
explained, as well as respond to general questions by visitors . The successful candidate will provide interested visitors with
background information on the Museum's artifacts, collections, displays and special events to encourage visitors to visit , return
and promote the Museum. The incumbent will also participate in emergency evacuation of employees and the public while
performing all duties in both official languages .

Education and Experience:
As the ideal candidate, you will have successfully completed your secondary school diploma .
You also have experience in the following areas:
- dealing with the public;
- cash handling;
- a valid certificate in First Aid and CPR is required ;
- experience working in a cultural institution would be an asset .

Security Requirement: Enhanced reliability
RATED REQUIREMENTS
Knowledge:
- of the collection and programs of the Canada Science and Technology Museum;
- of the museum as a cultural institution;
Abilities :
- to communicate and work effectively with both visitors and team colleagues ;
- to evaluate situations quickly and take action effectively and calmly when required ; to exercise good judgement;
-to work well independently with out supervision and as part of a cohesive team .
Personal suitability :
Team player
Reliability, adaptability, flexibility, dynamism
Sensitivity to clients needs
Excellent communication skills .
A strong interest in science and technology would be a valued asset .

** The purpose of this job posting is to create an "active résumé bank" of potential candidates. Please note that
eligible candidates may be called for an interview, at any time, between the posting date and the closing date.
The CSTMC is committed to the principles of employment equity.

Résumés received for this position will not be accepted after the indicated closing time (midnight) and date.
Please note that only candidates who are selected for the next stage of this selection process will be contacted.
As a result of this competition, we may establish an eligibility list that may serve to staff similar positions.
If you are interested in this opportunity, please forward your cover letter and curriculum vitae indicating the
reference number 2018/2019-CSTMC-047 in your email's Subject line, no later than the closing date to:
competition@ingeniumcanada.org

Posting Date: May 11, 2018
Closing Date: March 31, 2019

 
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HÔTES-HÔTESSES, MUSÉE DES SCIENCES ET DE LA TECHNOLOGIE DU CANADA (MSTC) [Ottawa] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=897DF0F69D00536DA098E108A382184F?careerId=1064  

HÔTES-HÔTESSES, MUSÉE DES SCIENCES ET DE LA TECHNOLOGIE DU CANADA (MSTC)

    
 

Titre:

 

 HÔTES-HÔTESSES, MUSÉE DES SCIENCES ET DE LA TECHNOLOGIE DU CANADA (MSTC)

 
 

Organisme:

 

Ingenium - Musées des sciences et de l’innovation du Canada

 

Type de l'emploi:

Déterminé / temps partiel

 

Langue requise pour l'emploi:

 

Bilingue (BBC/BBC)

 
 

Lieu:

 

Ottawa, ON

 
 

Date limite:

 

2019-03-31

 
 

Date de début:

 

2018-06-18

 

Date d'affichage

2018-05-14 

Courriel:

competition@ingeniumcanada.org 

 

Adresse URL de l'organisme:

 

https://ingeniumcanada.org/fr

 
 

Salaire:

 

18,57 $ - 22,60 $ Niveau : 1

 
 

Description de l'emploi :

 

Sommaire des fonctions :
Souhaitez-vous être la figure accueillante d'un musée national? Vous aimez offrir un service client exceptionnel tout en
inspirant la curiosité scientifique et technologique ? Vous pouvez communiquer efficacement des informations à divers
groupes de visiteurs tout en respectant les directives du programme d’admission ? Si oui, nous recherchons des candidats
comme vous pour joindre notre équipe dynamique et inclusive .

Sous l'autorité du Superviseur, Guides et Hôtes, le/la titulaire travaille au centre d 'information du MSTC, à l’accueil des
groupes et administre le programme d'admission au MSTC de façon à pouvoir expliquer au public les objectifs , programmes,
fonctions et installations du Musée et répondre aux questions générales des touristes ; il/elle offre aux visiteurs intéressés des
renseignements généraux concernant les artefacts, les collections, les étalages et les activités imminentes spéciales du
Musée pour encourager les visiteurs à visiter , à revenir et promouvoir le Musée et participe à l 'évacuation en cas d'urgence
des employés et du public et ce, dans les deux langues officielles .

Éducation et expérience :
À titre de candidat(e) idéal(e), vous détenez un diplôme d’études secondaires.

Vous faites aussi preuve d'expérience dans les domaines suivants:
- relation avec le public;
- traitement de l’argent comptant;
- certification validée en premiers soins et en RCR obligatoire ;
- expérience de travail dans une institution culturelle , un atout.
Exigences en matière de sécurité : Fiabilité approfondie

EXIGENCES ÉVALUÉES
Connaissances :
- des programmes du Musée des sciences et de la technologie du Canada, de sa collection et du site du Musée;
- du Musée en tant qu’institution culturelle.

Compétences:
- communiquer et de travailler efficacement avec des visiteurs et avec ses collègues de l’équipe ;
- évaluer rapidement des situations et de prendre des mesures avec efficacité et calme au besoin et d’exercer un bon
jugement;
- travailler de façon autonome, sans supervision et comme membre d’une équipe cohésive.

Qualités personnelles :
Souplesse, fiabilité, adaptabilité
Sensibilité aux besoins des visiteurs
Élément de motivation de l’équipe
Excellent communicateur
Un intérêt marqué pour les sciences et la technologie serait un atout .

* Cette affiche de concours a pour but de bâtir une "banque active de résumés" de candidat(e)s qualifié(e)s. Prière
de noter que les candidat(e)s éligibles pourront être appelés en entrevue, à n'importe quel moment, entre la date
d'affichage et la date de clôture.
La Société souscrit aux principes de l'équité en matière d'emploi.
Les curriculum vitae pour ce concours, reçus après la date et l'heure (minuit) de fermeture, ne seront pas
acceptés.
Veuillez noter que nous communiquerons uniquement avec les candidats retenus pour la prochaine étape de la
sélection. Ce concours pourrait permettre l'établissement d'une liste d'éligibilité de candidats potentiels qui pourra
servir à la dotation de postes similaires.
Cette offre vous intéresse ? Veuillez faire parvenir votre curriculum vitae, ainsi que votre lettre de présentation
avant la date de clôture en indiquant le numéro de référence 2018/2019-SMSTC-047 dans la rubrique <<
Subject>> de votre courriel à : competition@ingeniumcanada.org

Date d'affichage : le 11 mai 2018
Date de clôture : le 31 mars 2019

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Assistant Director, Visitor Services [Sarasota] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=897DF0F69D00536DA098E108A382184F?careerId=1083  

Assistant Director, Visitor Services

    
 

Job Title:

 

Assistant Director, Visitor Services

 
 

Organization:

 

The John & Mable Ringling Museum of Art

 

Job Type:

Permanent

 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

Sarasota, Florida, USA

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

2018-08-31

 

Job Start Date:

2018-05-17

 

Date Posted:

 

2018-05-17

 
 

Web Link to Institution:

 

https://jobs.omni.fsu.edu/psp/sprdhr_er/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST_FL&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=1&JobOpeningId=43463&PostingSeq=1

 
 

Salary:

 

Low to mid $50's USD

 
 

Job Description:

 

Responsibilities
This position oversees visitor experience at the Ringling to include:

Surveying and recommending solutions or policy changes to greater enhance the visitor experience.

Developing policies and procedures related to all aspects of the visitor experience cross-departmentally and in conjunction with Senior Staff to implement strategies to enhance the visitor experience campus-wide.

Recommending changes to Ringling website, online ticketing, and other visitor informational tools as appropriate.

Supervising operational departments (Admissions, Visitor Services, Museum Stores, and Historic Asolo Theater Box Office and Front of House) to include: hiring, training, discipline, and performance evaluations; conducting interviews, trainings, and assigning volunteers as needed; and participating in the development and presentation of staff customer service and front-line training.

Developing strategies for analyzing Ringling audience; recommending and implements visitor surveys, capture and reporting strategies and methods; and report such findings to Senior Staff on a regular basis.

Evaluates visitor comment cards and surveys and recommends solutions or policy changes to greater enhance the visitor experience.

Develops policies and procedures related to all aspects of the visitor experience: admissions, ticketing, transportation, front-line volunteers. Works with Ringling Departments to develop and enrich the visitor experience.

Qualifications
Bachelor's degree & four years' experience related to the duties of this position or a combination of post high school education and experience equal to eight years.

Four years' minimum of supervisory experience in customer service such museum/attractions management, hotel, or related front-line experience.

Ability to meet the physical requirements of the position which include the ability to traverse significant distances around the 66 acre estate & ascend & descend stairs.

Experience in applying the principles and practices to strategically align tasks & people with organizational goals & objectives.

Experience in evaluation, developing, and implementing processes. Experience in compiling, interpreting, reporting, and/or editing information.

Effective oral & written communication skills with the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships.

A valid Florida driver's license or the ability to obtain prior to hire.

Preferred
Experience with website content management systems.

Experience with PeopleSoft software systems.

Contact Info
For more information, or for technical assistance, please contact Ringling Human Resources at 941-359-5700 ext. 2605 or employment@ringling.org.

Anticipated Salary Range
Low to Mid $50,000s + Florida State benefits available (http://hr.fsu.edu/?page=benefits/benefits_home).

Pay Plan
This is an A&P (Administrative and Professional) position.

Schedule
Typical schedule is Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm. The incumbent will often be expected to work evenings and weekends to meet the needs of the museum.

About The Ringling
For more information, please visit www.ringling.org.

Criminal Background Check
This position requires successful completion of a criminal history background check, to include fingerprinting. The background check will be conducted as authorized and in accordance with University Policy 4-OP-C-7-B11.

Open until filled
This position is being advertised as open until filled.

Equal Employment Opportunity
An Equal Opportunity/Access/Affirmative Action/Pro Disabled & Veteran Employer.

FSU's Equal Opportunity Statement can be viewed at: http://www.hr.fsu.edu/PDF/Publications/diversity/EEO_Statement.pdf

How To Apply
If qualified and interested in a specific job opening as advertised, apply to Florida State University at https://jobs.fsu.edu.

Applicants are required to complete the online application with all applicable information. Applications must include all work history up to ten years, and education details even if attaching a resume.

 
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Assistant.e à la conservation et aux expositions [Rimouski] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=897DF0F69D00536DA098E108A382184F?careerId=1225  

Assistant.e à la conservation et aux expositions

    
 

Titre:

 

 Assistant.e à la conservation et aux expositions

 
 

Organisme:

 

Musée régional de Rimouski

 

Type de l'emploi:

Stage rémunéré pour diplômé.e

 

Langue requise pour l'emploi:

 

Français

 
 

Lieu:

 

Rimouski, Québec

 
 

Date limite:

 

2018-09-01 

 
 

Date de début:

 

2018-10-01

 

Date d'affichage

2018-07-04 

Courriel:

archives@museerimouski.qc.ca

 

Adresse URL de l'organisme:

 

www.museerimouski.qc.ca

 
 

Salaire:

 

16 $ / h

 
 

Description de l'emploi :

 

Sous la supervision de l’archiviste des collections et de la conservatrice de l’art contemporain, le.la stagiaire participera activement aux diverses tâches que requiert la gestion des collections et des expositions. Ce stage permettra au candidat.e d’acquérir une expérience professionnelle liée au domaine de la conservation, du traitement des collections et de la mise en exposition.

Objectifs du stage
- Favoriser le développement de nouvelles ressources professionnelles associées à la gestion et au développement des collections ainsi qu’aux enjeux liés à la mise en exposition ;
- S’initier à la mise en réserve, au catalogage, à la numérisation et à la conservation préventive des œuvres et des artefacts ;
- S’initier au processus d’acquisition d’œuvres et d’artefacts en collaborant à la recherche et à la rédaction des dossiers d’acquisition ;
- Faire de la recherche pour les futures expositions.

Critères d’admissibilité
- Être citoyen canadien, résident permanent ou détenir le statut de réfugié ;
- Avoir entre 15 et 30 ans lors du commencement du stage ;
- Être inscrit/s’inscrire à la banque de candidats en ligne de Jeunesse Canada au Travail ;
- Être diplômé d’un collège ou d’une université dans les 24 mois précédant la date d’entrée en fonction ;
- Être sans emploi ou sous-employé ;
- Ne pas avoir participé ou reçu un salaire dans le cadre de ce programme ou d’un autre programme Objectif carrière financé par la Stratégie emploi jeunesse du gouvernement du Canada ;
- Ne pas recevoir de prestations d’assurance-emploi au cours du stage.

Veuillez faire parvenir votre curriculum vitae accompagné d’une lettre de présentation et de vos publications, s’il y a lieu, à l’attention de Madame Nathalie Langelier, Archiviste des collections, avant le 1er septembre 2018, par courriel à archives@museerimouski.qc.ca ou par la poste au
35, rue Saint-Germain Ouest, Rimouski, QC, G5L 4B4.

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President and Executive Director [Baton Rouge, Louisiana] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=897DF0F69D00536DA098E108A382184F?careerId=1226  

President and Executive Director

    
 

Job Title:

 

President and Executive Director

 
 

Organization:

 

Louisiana Art & Science Museum

 

Job Type:

Permanent

 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

Baton Rouge, Louisiana

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

2018-08-20

 

Job Start Date:

TBD

 

Date Posted:

 

2018-07-04

 

Email:

searchandref@museum-search.com

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

www.museum-search.com

 
 

Salary:

 

Negotiable

 
 

Job Description:

 


The Louisiana Art and Science Museum (LASM), Baton Rouge seeks its next President and Executive Director in anticipation of the retirement of Executive Director, Carol Gikas, after 39 years of service to the Museum. The next Executive Director will be an exceptional leader and colleague, passionate about art and science, dedicated to the role of museums in communities, a champion of education and museum learning experiences specifically. Curious by nature, collaborative and dedicated to the community served, the Director will lead the Museum forward as it develops strategies that continue to grow financial support, build audiences, promote lifelong learning and ensure best museum practices. The Executive Director will oversee a budget of $2.3 million and a staff of 26. LASM is housed in a historic railroad depot on the banks of the Mississippi River and offers diverse programs for visitors of all ages in 87,000 sq. ft. of space. LASM welcomes 180,000 visitors annually, including 95,000 school children, who participate in its many education and diverse family-centered programs, exhibitions, and art and science offerings that encourage discovery and creativity through the intersection of art and science. Several interactive science and art studios are designed just for children. The Irene W. Pennington Planetarium opened in 2003 and to date has seen 1 million visitors enjoy the universe through its new 4K laser projecting system. Candidates should possess active interest in the intersection of art, science and education.

Full qualifications/how to apply: https://museum-search.com/open-searches/. Deadline 8/20/2018 searchandref@museum-search.com. EOE. Nominations welcome.

Must have a US work visa.

 
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Chief Executive Officer [Calgary] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=897DF0F69D00536DA098E108A382184F?careerId=1258  

Chief Executive Officer

    
 

Job Title:

 

Chief Executive Officer

 
 

Organization:

 

TELUS Spark

 

Job Type:

Permanent

 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

Calgary, Alberta

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

2018-08-31

 

Job Start Date:

N/A

 

Date Posted:

 

2018-07-11

 

Email:

calgaryopportunities@boyden.com

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

www.sparkscience.ca/about-us/careers 

 
 

Salary:

 

N/A

 
 

Job Description:

 


TELUS Spark’s predecessor organization began in 1967 promoting curiosity, innovation and collaboration, and encouraging children and youth to pursue higher education and careers in science and technology. In 2011, they opened the first new science centre built in Canada in over 25 years; a reimagined science centre – one ready to activate curiosity, enable courage, and highlight collaboration. TELUS Spark is a place for people of all ages and abilities, and particularly families, to take risks and embrace the desire to explore, discover and ask great questions.

TELUS Spark is Calgary's science centre and a not-for-profit organization with a mission to bring people together to learn, play and create with science, technology, engineering, arts and math. They are excited by the next stages in their strategic development and seeking a new leader with the vision and capacity to see the context of TELUS Spark in the local, national and global setting and a changing society.

The Chief Executive Officer is an innovative and engaging leader who will be accountable for the overall leadership and executive management of TELUS Spark. This includes ensuring ongoing strategic thinking and strong operational and financial performance while fostering a culture of collaboration and success, and a “can-do spirit” within the organization to deliver an exceptional visitor experience. The CEO will be responsible for showcasing the value of education and the STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, and Mathematics) approach to learning.

The ideal candidate is an inspiring leader, mentor, and ambassador who has approximately 15+ years of experience at a senior management level, with previous organizational profit & loss and budget responsibility, and authority for strategic development and execution. Applicants should come equipped with an understanding of governance, marketing and the guest/audience driven experience, and either working knowledge within or at arm’s length with not-for-profit entities. Relationship development with community and stakeholders including the academic/education, business, and the not-for-profit sectors, is expected.

To apply for this position, please submit your cover letter and resume to calgaryopportunities@boyden.com and please state the title of the position in the subject line of your e-mail.

We thank all applicants for their interest, however only those under consideration for the role will be contacted.

 
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Responsable Médiation culturelle, actions culturelles et développement des pubics [Victoriaville] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=897DF0F69D00536DA098E108A382184F?careerId=1263  

Responsable Médiation culturelle, actions culturelles et développement des pubics

    
 

Titre:

 

 Responsable Médiation culturelle, actions culturelles et développement des pubics

 
 

Organisme:

 

La Société du Musée Laurier inc. (SML)

 

Type de l'emploi:

Permanent

 

Langue requise pour l'emploi:

 

Français (parlé et écrit) anglais (parlé)

 
 

Lieu:

 

Victoriaville, Québec

 
 

Date limite:

 

2018-08-19 

 
 

Date de début:

 

2018-09-04

 

Date d'affichage

2018-07-12 

Courriel:

secretariatmlaurier@videotron.ca

 

Adresse URL de l'organisme:

 

 www.museelaurier.com 

 
 

Salaire:

 

16.00$ / heure

 
 

Description de l'emploi :

 

Élaborer, planifier, organiser et coordonner la programmation éducative et culturelle de la SML; Élaborer, organiser et animer des projets de médiation culturelle, des ateliers de création, des visites guidées, des visites-jeux, des projets sur mesure, etc, pour différents groupes cibles, dont les organismes communautaires, le milieu scolaire et préscolaire; Élaborer et mettre en oeuvre des actions de développement de publics pour fidéliser la clientèle locale et développer de nouveaux publics dont ceux des congressistes et des touristes; Élaborer des stratégies de communication efficaces en utilisant les moyens traditionnels, les nouvelles technologies et les nouveaux médias; Promouvoir les diverses activités du service éducatif; Collaborer avec l'équipe du Musée dans l'élaboration de la programmation de la SML, de ses activités et recherches de financement; Gérer le matériel éducatif et effectuer les achats; Effectuer le travail de bureau dédié au service éducatif; Veiller au rangement et à la propreté des lieux; Accomplir toutes autres tâches connexes.

Les personnes intéressées par ce poste doivent faire parvenir leur curriculum vitae accompagné d'une lettre de motivation au plus tard le 19 août 2018.
Par courriel: secretariatmlaurier@videotron.ca:
Par la poste: Musée Laurier, 16, rue Laurier ouest, Victoriaville, Qc. G6P 6P3 - À l'attention de Madame Linda Pinard secrétaire

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Facilities Coordinator [Hamilton] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=897DF0F69D00536DA098E108A382184F?careerId=1268  

Facilities Coordinator

    
 

Job Title:

 

Facilities Coordinator

 
 

Organization:

 

Workers Arts and Heritage Coordinator

 

Job Type:

Permanent

 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

Hamilton, Ontario

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

2018-08-20

 

Job Start Date:

2018-09-10

 

Date Posted:

 

2018-07-13

 

Email:

info@wahc-museum.ca

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

www.wahc-museum.ca 

 
 

Salary:

 

$19.75/hour

 
 

Job Description:

 


The Workers Arts and Heritage Centre’s mandate is to preserve, honour, and promote the culture and history of all working people. WAHC is located in a designated heritage building, the Custom House. We are a community museum and multi-disciplinary arts centre - we program contemporary exhibitions, arts events and permanent exhibits as they relate to our mandate. We support contemporary artists with a focus on social practice and community engagement, and foster and promote arts that can be accessed by a diverse range of audiences.

We are currently seeking a Facilities Coordinator to form part of the core staff team, whose primary role is to ensure a safe and accessible physical environment for the public and all users; administer and oversee the facility rentals program; ensure the maintenance and security of WAHC’s physical plant; assess and oversee minor and major repairs to the building; maintain exhibits; ensure the delivery of the tenant rental program; and install and ship artwork. This position is a critical part of a small staff team, driving and supporting the work of the organization, in a shared office environment. As with most small arts organizations, this position will also be expected to contribute to shared responsibilities. This position is unionized with CUPE local 1281, and as such has excellent protection and benefits. WAHC offers a generous compensation package that includes comprehensive health benefits, pension plan, holiday time, sick time, lieu time and flexible work hours.

For the full job posting, please visit http://wahc-museum.ca/join-us/

The following are the minimum qualifications needed:
- minimum of 3 years of building management experience and a thorough working knowledge of building systems and building code requirements
- basic carpentry and woodworking skills, knowledge of basic repair methods, materials and technology
- a willingness and interest to learn
- material knowledge of workplace health and safety
- ability to multi-task
- excellent organizational and ability to prioritize and handle stress in an extremely busy environment
- excellent judgment, diplomacy, and professionalism, energetic, self-motivated, flexible and adaptable
- some knowledge of landscaping and grounds maintenance
- the ability to lift and move heavy objects and work at heights

The following qualifications would be considered an asset:
- WHMIS certification and a working knowledge of the Fire Code and Occupational Health and Safety Act
- solid interpersonal skills, and ability to deal with the public, knowledge of event production and planning
- proven experience and knowledge of the various methods for installing artwork of different media, including the handling of artwork, proper care for artwork and the packing and crating of artwork in all media
- knowledge of Ontario Heritage Act, as well as maintenance of a heritage building

The candidate must be well organized, self-directed, flexible and able to work in a shared office environment under the general direction of the Executive Director. This position requires frequent weekend hours, evenings, and late nights. This position requires frequent heavy lifting up to 45 lbs., and the handling of hazardous materials.
We are looking for someone who is a progressive, outside-the-box thinker, and has an appreciation for what WAHC does, and our mission/vision.

Please send a resume and cover letter no later than August 20 by 5 pm to info@wahc-museum.ca. No phone calls or email inquiries please. For more information on WAHC please visit our website at www.wahc-museum.ca. We regret that we can only respond to those selected for an interview.

WAHC promotes employment equity, and as such encourages those who have experienced discrimination based on sexual orientation, race, class, gender, ability and other systemic forms of oppression to apply and self-identify if they wish to do so.

 
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Director, Canadian Photography Institute [Ottawa] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=897DF0F69D00536DA098E108A382184F?careerId=1269  

Director, Canadian Photography Institute

    
 

Job Title:

 

Director, Canadian Photography Institute

 
 

Organization:

 

National Gallery of Canada

 

Job Type:

Permanent

 

Language Required:

 

This is a bilingual position requiring full proficiency in English and French.

 
 

Location:

 

Ottawa, ON

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

2018-08-15

 

Job Start Date:

TBD

 

Date Posted:

 

2018-07-13

 

Email:

dominik.legault@odgersberndtson.com

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

https://www.odgersberndtson.com/en/careers/14815  

 
 

Salary:

 

Based on qualifications and experience

 
 

Job Description:

 


The National Gallery of Canada (NGC) is one of the world’s most respected art institutions, revered for its scholarship, applauded for its ability to engage audiences of all ages and all levels of artistic knowledge, and renowned for its exceptional collections. Considered one of the most striking landmarks designed by architect Moshe Safdie, this stunning building of granite and glass has housed Canada's exceptional national art collection since its opening in 1988. Over 1,200 works from the permanent collection are on display, including from the Canadian, Indigenous, International, and Contemporary collections. Special exhibitions, organized by the Gallery in conjunction with museums from around the world, highlight the work of renowned Canadian and international artists.
Reporting jointly to the Director and CEO as well as the Deputy Director and Chief Curator, National Gallery of Canada, the Director, Canadian Photography Institute (CPI), is responsible for CPI’s overall management, including its exhibitions and programs, its physical, financial and human resources, and its growth and development. In consultation with the Senior Curator of Photographs, the Director determines the professional practices and standards involved in enriching and caring for the collections of photographs and related material that form the basis of the CPI collection; and for initiating and developing programs that will increase knowledge, understanding and appreciation for photography in general. The Director will lead a curatorial team of individuals responsible for collecting, researching, exhibiting and publishing the history of photographs and contemporary photographic practices. Overseeing the programming for the Institute’s dedicated 6,000 square foot gallery, the Director will be an inspiring leader who will enrich on every level the CPI’s national and international reputation.

As the ideal candidate, you are a leader through thought and inspiration in the world of photography. With 10 years of demonstrated curatorial experience in the history and culture of photographic imagery, you also possess 8 years of executive leadership which has strengthened your business acumen and developed your ability to establish effective working relationships at all levels. Inspired by creativity and always leading strategically, your proven ability to influence decisions and consult tactfully with both internal and external stakeholders has allowed you to understand the value in engaging your community and connecting key partners to meet an organization’s goals and objectives. As a team leader, you are keen to find, build and manage talent effectively with contagious drive and exceptional interpersonal communication and collaboration skills. As an advocate for the institution, you demonstrate considerable judgement and diplomacy in professional relationships and are known to be authentic, inclusive and adaptable.

If you are interested in this leadership role at one Canada’s top cultural Institutions, please contact Dominik Legault (515-313-3238) of Odgers Berndtson or via email at dominik.legault@odgersberndtson.com. If you wish to submit your application in confidence, please apply online here: https://www.odgersberndtson.com/en/careers/14815

The National Gallery of Canada (NGC) is an equal opportunity employer. Upon request, accommodation will be provided by both Odgers Berndtson and NGC throughout the recruitment, selection and/or assessment process to applicants with disabilities.

 
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Directeur, Institut canadien de la photographie [Ottawa] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=897DF0F69D00536DA098E108A382184F?careerId=1270  

Directeur, Institut canadien de la photographie

    
 

Titre:

 

 Directeur, Institut canadien de la photographie

 
 

Organisme:

 

Musée des beaux-arts du Canada

 

Type de l'emploi:

Permanent

 

Langue requise pour l'emploi:

 

Il s'agit d'un poste bilingue exigeant une parfaite maîtrise de l'anglais et du français.

 
 

Lieu:

 

Ville, Province

 
 

Date limite:

 

2018-08-15

 
 

Date de début:

 

À déterminer

 

Date d'affichage

2018-07-13 

Courriel:

dominik.legault@odgersberndtson.com

 

Adresse URL de l'organisme:

 

https://www.odgersberndtson.com/en/careers/14815 

 
 

Salaire:

 

Basé sur les qualifications et l'expérience

 
 

Description de l'emploi :

 

Le Musée des beaux-arts du Canada (MBAC) est l’un des établissements d’art les plus respectés du monde. Réputé pour l’érudition de son personnel et sa capacité hors pair d’attirer des visiteurs de tous âges, quelles que soient leurs connaissances artistiques, il est aussi reconnu pour la qualité exceptionnelle de ses collections. Conçu par l’architecte Moshe Safdie, cet impressionnant bâtiment de granite et de verre est considéré comme un lieu d’intérêt des plus marquants. Il abrite l’exceptionnelle collection d’œuvres d’art du Canada depuis son inauguration en 1988. Plus de 1 200 œuvres de sa collection permanente y sont exposées, notamment des pièces canadiennes, indigènes, internationales et contemporaines. Des expositions spéciales organisées conjointement par le Musée et des pairs des quatre coins du monde mettent en valeur le travail d’artistes canadiens et internationaux de renom.

Relevant à la fois du directeur général et du sous-directeur et conservateur en chef du Musée des beaux-arts du Canada, le directeur de l’Institut canadien de la photographie (ICP) est responsable de la gestion globale de l’ICP, y compris des expositions et des programmes, des ressources physiques, financières et humaines, ainsi que de la croissance et du rayonnement de l'ICP. En consultation avec le conservateur principal de la photographie, le directeur détermine les normes et les pratiques professionnelles qui contribuent à enrichir et à préserver les collections de photographies et le matériel connexe constituant la base de la collection de l’ICP. Il s'occupe aussi d’élaborer et de mettre en œuvre des programmes qui visent à mieux connaître, comprendre et apprécier la photographie en général. Le directeur chapeautera une équipe de conservation dont les membres sont responsables de reconstituer, de documenter, d’exposer et de publier l’histoire de diverses photographies ainsi que les pratiques modernes du domaine. Supervisant la programmation de la salle de 560 mètres carrés réservée à l'ICP, le directeur exercera un leadership inspirant de manière à consolider sur tous les plans la réputation de l’ICP, tant ici qu’à l’étranger.

Vous êtes le candidat idéal si vous vous imposez dans le monde de la photographie par votre réflexion et vos idées attrayantes. Possédant 10 ans d’expérience confirmée en conservation dans le domaine de l’histoire et de la culture des images photographiques, vous avez occupé pendant au moins 8 ans un poste de haute direction qui vous a permis de renforcer votre sens aigu des affaires et votre capacité à établir des relations de travail efficaces à tous les échelons. Guidé par la créativité et ancré dans une approche de leadership stratégique, vous avez éprouvé votre capacité à influencer les décisions et à consulter les intervenants internes et externes. Ainsi, vous saisissez l'importance de mobiliser la collectivité et de regrouper des partenaires clés pour atteindre les objectifs d'une organisation. Comme chef d’équipe, vous tenez à découvrir, à perfectionner et à gérer les talents de façon efficace en misant sur votre enthousiasme contagieux et vos compétences exceptionnelles sur le plan des communications et de la collaboration. À titre d'ambassadeur de l’établissement, vous faites preuve d’un jugement éclairé et de beaucoup de tact dans le cadre de vos relations professionnelles. En outre, on vous dit authentique, inclusif et capable de vous adapter aux différentes situations.


Si ce poste de direction de l’une des plus prestigieuses institutions culturelles canadiennes vous intéresse, veuillez communiquer avec Dominik Legault d'Odgers Berndtson au 515 313-3238 ou écrire à dominik.legault@odgersberndtson.com. Pour poser votre candidature en toute confidentialité, veuillez postuler ici : https://www.odgersberndtson.com/en/careers/14815.

Le Musée des beaux-arts du Canada (MBAC) souscrit au principe de l’égalité d’accès à l’emploi. Sur demande, des mesures d’adaptation seront fournies par Odgers Berndtson et le MBAC à tous les candidats présentant un handicap, tout au long du processus de recrutement, de sélection et d’évaluation.
Le masculin est utilisé dans ce texte dans le seul but d’en alléger la lecture.

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Program Developer [Markham] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=897DF0F69D00536DA098E108A382184F?careerId=1281  

Program Developer

    
 

Job Title:

 

Program Developer

 
 

Organization:

 

York Region District School Board Museum & Archives at the Heritage Schoolhouse

 

Job Type:

Program Developer YCWBCH 6 month Internship

 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

Markham,ON

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

2018-08-24

 

Job Start Date:

2018-09-17

 

Date Posted:

 

2018-07-17

 

Email:

jan.emonson@yrdsb.ca

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

http://www.yrdsb.ca/schools/museum

 
 

Salary:

 

$20.00 per hour 35 hour week

 
 

Job Description:

 


We at the York Region District School Board Museum and Archives, would like to hire an Indigenous intern to create an outreach kit for students that explores the limitations of being an Indigenous person in Canada. The intern would use the YRDSB Museum & Archives collection of history and geography textbooks and curriculum documents as well as documents created over the decades on equity as tools for opening the discussion.

After reviewing our collection and determining what is missing from the narrative, the intern will work with First Nations Métis and Inuit consultants to formulate questions and explore possible resources for expanding the knowledge base including consultation with local First Nations communities and working with local area museums.

In addition, the intern will work with Indigenous student leaders who are taking part in a museum pop-up exhibit about being a racialized person in Canada.

Qualifications
Have a degree or certificate in museum studies or a related field such as public history or history. Experience with museum education programming and exhibit design. Experience working with the public would be an asset.
Must identify as Indigenous.
As this is a Young Canada Works at Building Careers in Heritage Internship, the candidate must have graduated from a college or university within the last 24 months.
Have very good verbal and written communication skills and good interpersonal skills.
Have effective computer skills with standards such as word and excel but also good skills with social media. Familiarity with collections management software an asset.
Be detail oriented, and comfortable working as part of a small team.
Vulnerable Sector Screening required.
As always in the museum field, a sense of humour is an asset.

Please send applications to:
museum@yrdsb.ca
OR
York Region District School Board Museum and Archives
21 Renfrew Drive
Markham ON L3R 8H3

This is a 24 week position starting on September 17th, 2018 and ending on March 8th, 2019.
Salary is $20/hour based on a 35-hour work week.

Please send applications to:
museum@yrdsb.ca
OR
York Region District School Board Museum and Archives
21 Renfrew Drive
Markham ON L3R 8H3

 
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HEAD OF PUBLIC PROGRAMMES AND OUTREACH [Montreal] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=897DF0F69D00536DA098E108A382184F?careerId=1285  

HEAD OF PUBLIC PROGRAMMES AND OUTREACH

    
 

Job Title:

 

HEAD OF PUBLIC PROGRAMMES AND OUTREACH

 
 

Organization:

 

SBC galerie d'art contemporain

 

Job Type:

Part-Time Permanent

 

Language Required:

 

English, French

 
 

Location:

 

Montreal,QC

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

2018-08-31

 

Job Start Date:

2018-09-01

 

Date Posted:

 

2018-07-18

 

Email:

emploi@sbcgallery.ca

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

https://www.sbcgallery.ca/head-of-public-programmes-and-outreach 

 
 

Salary:

 

$27,000 / year

 
 

Job Description:

 


Located in downtown Tiohtià:ke/Montréal, SBC Gallery of Contemporary Art’s unique program is focused on contemporary art, culture and politics, offering discursive exhibitions, events and research and educational activities that engage a wide range of publics.

It is SBC’s mission, as a non-collecting museum, to work with artists and other cultural practitioners to address relevant and timely issues in contemporary art and culture as they pertain to historical, current and emerging discourses both locally and in the world at large.

THE ROLE:

SBC supports a diverse community of cultural practitioners, activists and people whose work towards advancing social justice is the binding agent. The gallery actively encourages the coming together of diverse publics by providing the context in which creative action forms the cornerstone and in which all voices can be heard.

The Head of Public Programmes and Outreach will work closely with SBC’s Artistic Co-Director and Curator(s)-in-Residence as well as with artists and other collaborators toward the development and implementation of robust public programmes and outreach activities.

Occupying a central role at SBC, the candidate will work directly with all members of SBC’s team, as well as with interns, educators, students and visitors to situate SBC’s programmes within their cultural, geo-political and social contexts, and within pertinent theoretical and discursive frameworks. The programmes are to include responsible methodologies and accountability measures.

The Head of Public Programmes and Outreach will be responsible for maintaining and strengthening SBC’s existing community-based partnerships and programmes for multi-generational and diverse publics, while establishing new partners and collaborative initiatives.

The Head of Public Programmes and Outreach will oversee the development and upkeep of related toolboxes, protocols and policies and their implementation. They will make contributions to SBC’s accessibility policy to ensure it adheres to current best practices.

The Head of Public Programmes and Outreach will support the Artistic Co-Director in their role, as needed.

*** PLEASE CONSULT https://www.sbcgallery.ca/head-of-public-programmes-and-outreach FOR FULL JOB DESCRIPTION ***

To apply, please include:

- A current CV.
- A cover letter of no more than 1000 words, indicating your interest in working at SBC and how you meet the essential criteria (in French).
- A short 300-word text (in English), describing a particular aspect of SBC’s programming that interests you.
- Three references.

Apply by email with Outreach and Public Programmes in the subject line to: emploi@sbcgallery.ca, noting where you saw this posting in your cover letter. Please attach PDF files only. Kindly note that we are only able to contact applicants who are invited to interview.

 
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RESPONSABLE DES PROGRAMMES PUBLICS ET DE LA DIFFUSION [Montreal] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=897DF0F69D00536DA098E108A382184F?careerId=1286  

RESPONSABLE DES PROGRAMMES PUBLICS ET DE LA DIFFUSION

    
 

Titre:

 

RESPONSABLE DES PROGRAMMES PUBLICS ET DE LA DIFFUSION

 
 

Organisme:

 

SBC galerie d'art contemporain

 

Type de l'emploi:

Permanent, temps partiel

 

Langue requise pour l'emploi:

 

francais, anglais

 
 

Lieu:

 

Montreal, QC

 
 

Date limite:

 

2018-08-31 

 
 

Date de début:

 

2018-09-01

 

Date d'affichage

2018-07-18 

Courriel:

emploi@sbcgallery.ca

 

Adresse URL de l'organisme:

 

https://www.sbcgallery.ca/responsable-programmes-publics-et-diffus 

 
 

Salaire:

 

27,000$ / an

 
 

Description de l'emploi :

 

Faites partie de l'équipe en pleine expansion de SBC !

Située au centre-ville de Tiohtià:ke/Montréal, SBC galerie d’art contemporain propose une programmation distincte axée sur l’art contemporain, la culture et la politique. Elle présente des expositions discursives, des événements et des activités de recherche et d’éducation qui rejoignent une diversité de publics.

La mission de SBC, en tant que musée sans collection, est de travailler avec les artistes et autres travailleurs.euses culturels.elles afin de réfléchir à des problématiques actuelles pertinentes en art contemporain et en culture qui trouvent écho dans les discours historiques, actuels et émergents à l’échelle locale et internationale.

Rôle :

SBC soutient une communauté diverse d’artistes, de travailleur.euses culturel.les, d’activistes et de personnes dont le travail pour l’avancement de la justice sociale agit comme un liant. SBC encourage de façon active la rencontre des publics divers en offrant un contexte dans lequel l’action créative est centrale et toutes les voix peuvent être entendues.

Le/la responsable des programmes publics et de la diffusion travaille en étroite collaboration avec la codirectrice artistique et les commissaires en résidence, ainsi qu'avec les artistes et autres collaborateurs dans le développement et l'implantation de programmes publics et d'activités de diffusion solides.

Occupant un rôle central dans l'équipe de SBC, le/la candidat.te travaille directement avec tous les membres de l'équipe, ainsi qu'avec les stagiaires, les éducateurs, les étudiants et les visiteurs afin de réaliser des programmes qui s'inscrivent dans les contextes culturels, géopolitiques et sociaux complexes dans lesquels nous vivons. À l'aide de cadres théoriques et discursifs pertinents, il/elle construit une méthodologie responsable et des mesures de transparence à même leur structure.

Le/la responsable des programmes publics et de la diffusion est en charge de maintenir et de consolider les partenariats communautaires ainsi que les programmes déjà existants destinés aux publics multi-générationnels et issus de la diversité, tout en établissant de nouveaux partenariats et des initiatives collaboratives.

Le/la responsable des programmes publics et de la diffusion contribue au développement et à l'entretien des méthodes, des protocoles et des orientations connexes et supervise leur implantation. Il/elle contribue à la politique d'accessibilité de SBC afin de s'assurer de sa pertinence et de son actualité.

Le/la responsable des programmes publics et de la diffusion appuie ponctuellement la codirectrice artistique dans son rôle, selon les besoins.

*** SVP CONSULTEZ LE DESCRIPTION DE L'EMPLOI COMPLET: https://www.sbcgallery.ca/responsable-programmes-publics-et-diffus ***

Entrée en fonction : septembre 2018
Salaire : Il s’agit d’un emploi à 21 heures par semaine, avec un salaire de 27 000$ par année.
Date limite : le 31 août

Veuillez soumettre :

- Un curriculum vitae à jour
- Une lettre d’intention d’un maximum de 1000 mots indiquant votre intérêt à travailler à SBC et comment vous répondez aux principaux critères (en français).
- Un court texte portant sur un aspect en particulier de la programmation de SBC qui vous intéresse (300 mots max, en anglais)
- Les noms de trois références.

Envoyez votre candidature par courriel avec la mention Programmes Publics en objet à emploi@sbcgallery.ca en indiquant dans votre lettre d’intention où vous avez pris connaissance de cette offre. Merci d’envoyer uniquement des fichiers PDF.

Veuillez noter que seuls.les les candidats.tes retenus.es pour une entrevue seront contactés.tées.

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GUIDE, MUSÉE DES SCIENCES ET DE LA TECHNOLOGIE DU CANADA [Ottawa] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=897DF0F69D00536DA098E108A382184F?careerId=1291  

GUIDE, MUSÉE DES SCIENCES ET DE LA TECHNOLOGIE DU CANADA

    
 

Titre:

 

 GUIDE, MUSÉE DES SCIENCES ET DE LA TECHNOLOGIE DU CANADA

 
 

Organisme:

 

Ingenium - Musées des sciences et de l’innovation du Canada

 

Type de l'emploi:

Divers postes

 

Langue requise pour l'emploi:

 

Bilingue (BBC/BBC)

 
 

Lieu:

 

Ottawa, ON

 
 

Date limite:

 

2019-03-31 

 
 

Date de début:

 

N/A

 

Date d'affichage

2018-07-19 

Courriel:

competition@ingeniumcanada.org

 

Adresse URL de l'organisme:

 

https://ingeniumcanada.org/fr

 
 

Salaire:

 

20,81 $ - 25,31 $ Niveau : 2

 
 

Description de l'emploi :

 

Sommaire des fonctions :
C’est par vous que passera l’accueil du Musée des sciences et de la technologie du Canada. Vous relèverez des superviseurs
et travaillerez en collaboration étroite avec d’autres membres de l’équipe de l’expérience des visiteurs pour fournir des
programmes de qualité supérieure. Vous présenterez, dans les deux langues officielles, les innovations scientifiques et
technologiques mises à l’honneur dans le nouveau Musée. Vous ferez des démonstrations scientifiques officielles, mènerez à
bien toutes sortes d’activités dans Exploratek (Maker Studio) et dirigerez des programmes emballants. Ce faisant, vous
permettrez à la clientèle variée du Musée de vivre des expériences enrichissantes. Vous aiderez également à faire en sorte
que le personnel et les visiteurs bénéficient d’un milieu propre et sécuritaire, et aiderez aux tâches quotidiennes.
Une semaine normale de travail est de :
Éducation et expérience :
À titre de candidat(e) idéal(e), vous détenez au moins un (1) an d’études universitaires ou collégiales dans une discipline
scientifique ou en génie, histoire, muséologie, études technologiques, éducation, ou combinaison acceptable d’études, de
formation et d’expérience.

Exigences en matière de sécurité : Fiabilité approfondie

EXIGENCES COTÉES
Connaissances:
- Connaissances en science et/ou en technologie;
- Connaissance du mandat de Ingenium;
- Connaissance des normes et pratiques liées au service à la clientèle;
- Connaissances des techniques et des méthodes d'interprétation formelles constituent des atouts.

Compétences:
- Capacité à engager la conversation avec les visiteurs et de favoriser l’interaction avec eux;
- Capacité de faire des démonstrations devant un auditoire et de répondre aux questions liées aux thèmes présentés;
- Capacité à assimiler et interpréter de grandes quantités d'information sur des thèmes variées;
- Capacité à travailler sous pression;
- Capacité à travailler sans surveillance constante;
- Capacité à bien représenter la Société au niveau local et à l’échelle nationale et internationale;
- Capacité à appliquer des mesures de sécurité pour maintenir la sécurité des visiteurs et de la Musée.

Qualités personnelles:
- Intérêt dans les sciences et la technologie
- Capacité de comprendre les besoins des visiteurs
- Entregent
- Grand esprit d’initiative et jugement
- Capacité de résoudre les problèmes en faisant preuve d’originalité
- Capacité de bien s’occuper d’enfants et d’adultes
- Excellente capacité à travailler en équipe
- Polyvalent et flexible.

** Cette affiche de concours a pour but de bâtir une "banque active de résumés" de candidat(e)s qualifié(e)s. Prière
de noter que les candidat(e)s éligibles pourront être appelés en entrevue, à n'importe quel moment, entre la date
d'affichage et la date de clôture.

La Société souscrit aux principes de l'équité en matière d'emploi.
Les curriculum vitae pour ce concours, reçus après la date et l'heure (minuit) de fermeture, ne seront pas
acceptés.

Veuillez noter que nous communiquerons uniquement avec les candidats retenus pour la prochaine étape de la
sélection. Ce concours pourrait permettre l'établissement d'une liste d'éligibilité de candidats potentiels qui pourra
servir à la dotation de postes similaires.

Cette offre vous intéresse ? Veuillez faire parvenir votre curriculum vitae, ainsi que votre lettre de présentation
avant la date de clôture en indiquant le numéro de référence 2018/2019-SMSTC-082 dans la rubrique <<
Subject>> de votre courriel à : competition@ingeniumcanada.org

Date d'affichage : le 19 juillet 2018 Date de clôture : le 31 mars 2019

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Curator, Textual archives [Montreal] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=897DF0F69D00536DA098E108A382184F?careerId=1292  

Curator, Textual archives

    
 

Job Title:

 

Curator, Textual archives

 
 

Organization:

 

Musée McCord

 

Job Type:

Permanent

 

Language Required:

 

English and French

 
 

Location:

 

Montreal, QC

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

2018-08-26

 

Job Start Date:

2018-10-01

 

Date Posted:

 

2018-07-19

 

Email:

rh.mccord@mccord-stewart.ca

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

www.musee-mccord.qc.ca

 
 

Salary:

 

To be discussed

 
 

Job Description:

 


Reporting to the Head of Collections and Research, The incumbent will have the following responsibilities:
- Promote the growth of the McCord’s Textual Archives Collection through donations and acquisitions, ensure the monetary appraisal of records;
- Conduct and supervise the treatment of documents and ensure their cataloguing in the Museum System (TMS) database;
- Act as the resource person for space management, storage, preservation and handling of documents;
- Develop and participate in various dissemination projects (exhibitions, web projects, digitalization, educational and cultural initiatives, cooperation with other institutions, etc.);
- Contribute to the classification framework of the collection and its acquisition policy;
- Answer to specific research requests;
- Develop and cultivate a network with other institutions related to the McCord Museum. Maintain relations with the academic community in order to see the promotion of the collection and the development of specific disciplines (history, archival, etc.);
- Disseminate research through conferences and scholarly papers, interviews, public presentations or others;
- Participate in fundraising and promotional activities for both the McCord Museum and its Foundation;
- Plan and improve the McCord Museum's institutional archives management programs (policies, procedures, tools, etc.);
- Various administrative tasks (development of policies and procedures, annual grant applications, budget management, annual reports, etc.).

Employment Conditions
- Regular full-time position;
- 6 months’ probation period;
- Compensation commensurate with experience with competitive benefits.

Qualifications and Profile Required
- Masters’ degree in Archival or Museum Studies, History, Material Culture, or relevant field with certification in Archives Management;
- 5 years of relevant experience;
- Registered professional membership with the Association des archivistes du Québec (or similar professional association) is an asset;
- Strong analytical and research skills with a proven ability of public speaking and publication;
- Must be fluent in RAD standards and have knowledge of Museum cataloguing, conservation and storage practices;
- Excellent interpersonal skills including tact and courtesy;
- Keen interest in the history of Canada;
- Bilingual in English and French with advanced writing skills in either English or French;
- Proficiency with MS Office software, with a sound knowledge of databases.

Applications for the position will be accepted until August 26, 2018 (Ref.: #201819E). Qualified candidates are encouraged to apply by email. Please provide: 1) Letter of intent 2) Curriculum vitae 3) your salary expectation
Forward to: Human Resources Department by e-mail at rh.mccord@mccord-stewart.ca

 
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Conservateur, Archives textuelles [Montreal] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=897DF0F69D00536DA098E108A382184F?careerId=1293  

Conservateur, Archives textuelles

    
 

Titre:

 

Conservateur, Archives textuelles

 
 

Organisme:

 

Musée McCord

 

Type de l'emploi:

Permanent

 

Langue requise pour l'emploi:

 

Francais et anglais

 
 

Lieu:

 

Montréal, QC

 
 

Date limite:

 

2018-08-26 

 
 

Date de début:

 

2018-10-01

 

Date d'affichage

2018-07-19 

Courriel:

rh.mccord@mccord-stewart.ca

 

Adresse URL de l'organisme:

 

www.musee-mccord.qc.ca

 
 

Salaire:

 

A discuter

 
 

Description de l'emploi :

 

Relevant de la Chef, Collections et recherche, le titulaire a les responsabilités principales suivantes :
- Promouvoir la bonne croissance de la collection par le biais de dons et d’acquisitions, voir à l’évaluation monétaire des documents;
- Réaliser et superviser le traitement des documents et voir également à leur catalogage dans la base de données The Museum System (TMS);
- Agir à titre de personne ressource au sujet de la gestion des espaces, la mise en réserve, la préservation et la manipulation des documents;
- Développer et participer à des projets de diffusion variés (expositions, projets Web, numérisation, projets éducatifs et culturels, collaborations diverses avec d’autres institutions, visites de réserve, etc.);
- Contribuer au cadre de classement de la collection et à sa politique d’acquisition;
- Répondre à des demandes de recherche spécifiques;
- Développer et cultiver un réseau de contacts avec des institutions connexes au Musée McCord et entretenir des liens avec la communauté académique pour ainsi voir au rayonnement de la collection et au développement de disciplines spécifiques (histoire, archivistique, etc.);
- Diffuser ses recherches par le biais de conférences et de publications scientifiques, d’entrevues, de présentations publiques ou autres;
- Participer à des activités de financement et promotionnelles tant pour le Musée, que pour la Fondation du Musée McCord;
- Planifier et améliorer les programmes de gestion des archives institutionnelles du Musée McCord (politiques, procédures, outils, etc.);
- Tâches administratives diverses (élaboration de politiques et de procédures, demandes de subventions annuelles, gestion de budget, rapports annuels, etc.).

Conditions d’emploi :
- Poste régulier à temps plein;
- Période d’essai de 6 mois;
- Rémunération compétitive incluant un programme intéressant d’avantages sociaux.

Exigences et profil recherché :
- Diplôme universitaire de 2e cycle en archivistique, histoire, muséologie, culture matérielle ou dans un domaine connexe avec certificat en gestion des archives;
- 5 années d’expérience pertinente;
- Membre professionnel enregistré auprès de l’Association des archivistes du Québec (ou autre association professionnelle semblable) est un atout;
- Bonne habileté pour la recherche et l’analyse avec capacité avérée à parler en public et à produire des publications;
- Maîtrise des standards RDDA et connaissances des pratiques muséales de catalogage, de préservation et d’entreposage;
- Entregent et excellentes aptitudes interpersonnelles incluant tact et courtoisie;
- Intérêt marqué pour l’histoire du Canada;
- Bilingue en anglais et en français avec maîtrise de la rédaction en français ou en anglais;
- Compétences informatiques avec les logiciels MS Office et bonne connaissance des bases de données.

Pour postuler, veuillez envoyer votre dossier de candidature au plus tard le 26 aout 2018, en précisant la référence no 201819 et en incluant : 1) une lettre de présentation 2) votre curriculum vitae 3) vos attentes salariales
À l’attention du Service des ressources humaines par courriel à rh.mccord@mccord-stewart.ca

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EVENT STAFF [Ottawa] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=897DF0F69D00536DA098E108A382184F?careerId=1295  

EVENT STAFF

    
 

Job Title:

 

EVENT STAFF

 
 

Organization:

 

Ingenium - Canada's Museums of Science and Innovation

 

Job Type:

Casual

 

Language Required:

 

English or French

 
 

Location:

 

Ottawa, ON

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

2019-03-31

 

Job Start Date:

N/A

 

Date Posted:

 

2018-07-20

 

Email:

competition@ingeniumcanada.org

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

https://ingeniumcanada.org/

 
 

Salary:

 

$20.81 - $25.31 Level: 2

 
 

Job Description:

 


Summary of Duties:
Reporting to the Coordinator, CSTM Facility Rentals & Events and under the supervision of the Event
Coordinators, the Event Staff takes care of the set up and tear down of equipment which may include
but is not limited to tables and chairs and audio visual (A/V) for a variety of events taking place at the three Museums .
While the Event Coordinators deal primarily with the clients during the planning process , the incumbent must act
as the main point of contact for clients at events and use time management and problem solving skills to ensure the
smooth execution of Museum events and facility rentals.

Education and Experience:
As an ideal candidate, you hold a secondary school education diploma;
Certificate in Forklift and/or BT Lifter training would be an asset.
You also have experience in the following areas:
Experience in event set ups and audio visual;
Experience working in a museum or other cultural institution would be an asset.

LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS: Either / Or or B-C
RATED REQUIREMENTS
Knowledge:
Knowledge of the requirements of working in a museum setting;
Knowledge of setting up basic audio-visual equipment;
Knowledge of how to read a floor plan and set up for an event.

Abilities:
Ability to work effectively with minimum supervision, problem solve and meet deadlines;
Ability to communicate effectively and deliver good customer service;
Physical fitness and stamina to lift reasonably heavy equipment (e.g. racks of tables and chairs), and the
ability to work continuously and effectively for long hours;
Ability to work effectively on a team;
Willingness and availability to work late night and early morning hours as needed.

Personal suitability:
Good stamina and physical fitness
Good Customer Service
Strong motivation and takes initiative
Reliable
Organized and good time management skills
Meticulous and attention to detail
Flexible and adaptable

** The purpose of this job posting is to create an "active résumé bank" of potential candidates. Please note that
eligible candidates may be called for an interview, at any time, between the posting date and the closing date.

The CSTMC is committed to the principles of employment equity.
Résumés received for this position will not be accepted after the indicated closing time (midnight) and date.
Please note that only candidates who are selected for the next stage of this selection process will be contacted.
As a result of this competition, we may establish an eligibility list that may serve to staff similar positions.
If you are interested in this opportunity, please forward your cover letter and curriculum vitae indicating the
reference number 2018/2019-CSTMC-084 in your email's Subject line, no later than the closing date to:
competition@ingeniumcanada.org
Posting Date: July 20, 2018
Closing Date: March 31, 2019

 
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PERSONNEL D'ÉVÉNEMENTS [Ottawa] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=897DF0F69D00536DA098E108A382184F?careerId=1296  

PERSONNEL D'ÉVÉNEMENTS

    
 

Titre:

 

 PERSONNEL D'ÉVÉNEMENTS

 
 

Organisme:

 

Ingenium - Musées des sciences et de l’innovation du Canada

 

Type de l'emploi:

Occasionnel

 

Langue requise pour l'emploi:

 

Français ou anglais

 
 

Lieu:

 

Ottawa, ON

 
 

Date limite:

 

2019-03-31 

 
 

Date de début:

 

N/A

 

Date d'affichage

2018-07-20 

Courriel:

competition@ingeniumcanada.org

 

Adresse URL de l'organisme:

 

https://ingeniumcanada.org/fr

 
 

Salaire:

 

20, 81 $ - 25,31 $ Niveau : 2

 
 

Description de l'emploi :

 

Sommaire des fonctions :
Relevant du coordonnateur de la location des installations et événements MSTC et sous la supervision des coordonnateurs
d’événements, le personnel d’événements s’occupe d’installer et de démonter l’équipement, pouvant comprendre entre autres
des tables, des chaises et du matériel audiovisuel (A/V) pour une variété d’événements ayant lieu dans les trois Musées. Bien
que les coordonnateurs d’événements gèrent d’abord les clients pendant le processus de planification, le ou la titulaire devra
agir en tant que personne-ressource pour les clients pendant les événements . Le ou la titulaire devra donc avoir des habiletés
de gestion du temps et de résolution de problèmes pour assurer le bon déroulement des événements et de la location des
salles du Musée.
EXIGENCES LINGUISTIQUE: Anglais ou français ou B-C
Exigences en matière de sécurité : Fiabilité approfondie

Éducation et expérience :
À titre de candidat(e) idéal(e), vous détenez un diplôme d’études secondaires;
Certificat de formation pour utiliser un chariot à fourche ou un élévateur BT un atout.
Vous faites aussi preuve d'expérience dans les domaines suivants:
Expérience dans la mise en place d’événements et de matériel audiovisuel;
Expérience de travail dans un musée ou autre établissement culturel un atout.

EXIGENCES ÉVALUÉES
Connaissances:
- Connaissances des exigences de travail dans un musée;
- Connaissances de la mise en place de matériel audiovisuel de base;
- Connaissances de consultation d’un plan de salle et de la mise en place d’événements.
Compétences:
- Capacité à travailler efficacement de façon quasi autonome, à résoudre des problèmes et
respecter des échéances;
- Capacité à communiquer de façon efficace et à offrir un bon service à la clientèle;
- Bonne condition physique et endurance pour soulever de l’équipement relativement
lourd (p. ex., séries de tables et de chaises), et capacité à travailler de façon
continue pendant de longues heures;
- Capacité à travailler efficacement au sein d’une équipe;
Volonté et disponibilité à travailler tard le soir et tôt le matin, si nécessaire.
Qualités personnelles:
Bonne endurance et condition physique
Offre un bon service à la clientèle
Très motivé et prend des initiatives
Fiable
Organisé et gère bien son temps
Méticuleux et consciencieux
Souplesse et adaptabilité
** Cette affiche de concours a pour but de bâtir une "banque active de résumés" de candidat(e)s qualifié(e)s. Prière
de noter que les candidat(e)s éligibles pourront être appelés en entrevue, à n'importe quel moment, entre la date
d'affichage et la date de clôture.
La Société souscrit aux principes de l'équité en matière d'emploi.
Les curriculum vitae pour ce concours, reçus après la date et l'heure (minuit) de fermeture, ne seront pas
acceptés.
Veuillez noter que nous communiquerons uniquement avec les candidats retenus pour la prochaine étape de la
sélection. Ce concours pourrait permettre l'établissement d'une liste d'éligibilité de candidats potentiels qui pourra
servir à la dotation de postes similaires.
Cette offre vous intéresse ? Veuillez faire parvenir votre curriculum vitae, ainsi que votre lettre de présentation
avant la date de clôture en indiquant le numéro de référence 2018/2019-SMSTC-084 dans la rubrique <<
Subject>> de votre courriel à : competition@ingeniumcanada.org

Date d'affichage : le 20 juillet 2018
Date de clôture : le 31 mars 2019

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RETAIL SALESPERSON [Ottawa] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=897DF0F69D00536DA098E108A382184F?careerId=1300  

RETAIL SALESPERSON

    
 

Job Title:

 

RETAIL SALESPERSON

 
 

Organization:

 

Ingenium - Canada's Museums of Science and Innovation

 

Job Type:

Contract

 

Language Required:

 

Bilingual --B/--B

 
 

Location:

 

Ottawa, ON

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

2019-03-31

 

Job Start Date:

N/A

 

Date Posted:

 

2018-07-23

 

Email:

competition@ingeniumcanada.org

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

https://ingeniumcanada.org/

 
 

Salary:

 

$14.00 per hour

 
 

Job Description:

 


https://ingeniumcanada.org/sites/default/files/2018-07/Retail%20Salesperson_1.pdf

The CSTMC is committed to the principles of employment equity.
Résumés received for this position will not be accepted after the indicated closing time (midnight) and date.
Please note that only candidates who are selected for the next stage of this selection process will be contacted.
As a result of this competition, we may establish an eligibility list that may serve to staff similar positions.
If you are interested in this opportunity, please forward your cover letter and curriculum vitae indicating the
reference number 2018/2019-CSTMC-081 in your email's Subject line, no later than the closing date to:
competition@ingeniumcanada.org
Posting Date: July 13, 2018
Closing Date: March 31, 2019

 
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2018-07-23 00:00:00.0 https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=897DF0F69D00536DA098E108A382184F?careerId=1300
VENDEUR(EUSE) EN COMMERCE DE DÉTAIL [Ottawa] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=897DF0F69D00536DA098E108A382184F?careerId=1301  

VENDEUR(EUSE) EN COMMERCE DE DÉTAIL

    
 

Titre:

 

 VENDEUR(EUSE) EN COMMERCE DE DÉTAIL

 
 

Organisme:

 

Ingenium - Musées des sciences et de l’innovation du Canada

 

Type de l'emploi:

Occasionnel

 

Langue requise pour l'emploi:

 

Bilingue --B/--B

 
 

Lieu:

 

Ottawa, ON

 
 

Date limite:

 

2019-03-31 

 
 

Date de début:

 

N/A

 

Date d'affichage

2018-07-23 

Courriel:

competition@ingeniumcanada.org

 

Adresse URL de l'organisme:

 

https://ingeniumcanada.org/fr

 
 

Salaire:

 

14,00 $ / heure

 
 

Description de l'emploi :

 

https://ingeniumcanada.org/sites/default/files/2018-07/VENDEUR%28EUSE%29%20EN%20COMMERCE%20DE%20D%C3%89TAIL_0.pdf

La Société souscrit aux principes de l'équité en matière d'emploi.
Les curriculum vitae pour ce concours, reçus après la date et l'heure (minuit) de fermeture, ne seront pas
acceptés.
Veuillez noter que nous communiquerons uniquement avec les candidats retenus pour la prochaine étape de la
sélection. Ce concours pourrait permettre l'établissement d'une liste d'éligibilité de candidats potentiels qui pourra
servir à la dotation de postes similaires.
Cette offre vous intéresse ? Veuillez faire parvenir votre curriculum vitae, ainsi que votre lettre de présentation
avant la date de clôture en indiquant le numéro de référence 2018/2019-SMSTC-081 dans la rubrique <<
Subject>> de votre courriel à : competition@ingeniumcanada.org
Date d'affichage : le 13 juillet 2018
Date de clôture : le 31 mars 2019

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2018-07-23 00:00:00.0 https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=897DF0F69D00536DA098E108A382184F?careerId=1301
Museum Collection Intern [Atikokan] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=897DF0F69D00536DA098E108A382184F?careerId=1305  

Museum Collection Intern

    
 

Job Title:

 

Museum Collection Intern

 
 

Organization:

 

Atikokan Centennial Museum

 

Job Type:

Internship

 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

Atikokan, ON

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

2018-08-17

 

Job Start Date:

2018-09-10

 

Date Posted:

 

2018-07-24

 

Email:

lois.fenton@atikokan.ca

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

http://www.atikokan.ca/

 
 

Salary:

 

$20.00

 
 

Job Description:

 


The Artifact Collection Intern will assist the Curator in the preparation of the artifact room for the installation of high-density storage. The task includes removing all of the artifacts presently in storage to a temporary location. The intern will collect the appropriate documentation for the artifacts, and consult the artifact registry to fully assess the artifact during the removal. Assessment for de-accessioning at this point is essential to avoid storing artifacts that do not meet the Museum mandate. The Museum is an member of the Ontario Museum Association, and meets the annual standards of the Community Museum Operating Grant, which is the primary source of funding for the collection. The intern would be expected to follow the established Museum Collections policies for accession and de-accessioning. The end result of this internship will be ordered and functional museum's artifact storage. Artifacts will be retrievable, their associated documentation will be entered in the museum's collection management software program, PastPerfect.
The desired applicant will be a university or college graduate who has graduated within the last three years from an accredited college or university. The candidate must be a graduate of a post-secondary degree or diploma program. The position will be a first full-time employment in the candidate’s field of study. The position will be of particular interest to those looking to gain work experience to prepare for a career in the heritage field. Applicants should have a high degree of computer literacy, including experience with databases, digital imaging and digital photography hardware and software. Previous work or volunteer experience with a museum or cultural institution (2-3 years) is an asset, as is experience in working with volunteers. Demonstrated high-level organizational, research and writing skills are necessary. This opportunity is proudly supported by Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation.

 
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2018-07-24 00:00:00.0 https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=897DF0F69D00536DA098E108A382184F?careerId=1305
Senior Curator [Burlington] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=897DF0F69D00536DA098E108A382184F?careerId=1307  

Senior Curator

    
 

Job Title:

 

Senior Curator

 
 

Organization:

 

Art Gallery of Burlington

 

Job Type:

Permanent

 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

Burlington, Ontario

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

2018-08-24

 

Job Start Date:

negotiable

 

Date Posted:

 

2018-07-25

 

Email:

rs@agb.life

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

www.agb.life

 
 

Salary:

 

$60,000

 
 

Job Description:

 


The Art Gallery of Burlington seeks a new Senior Curator with experience in developing and articulating a distinct artistic vision through multidisciplinary exhibitions, programs, and activities that inspire and engage diverse communities and audiences within and beyond the art world.

The ideal candidate will be prepared to directly engage with a strong base of community support while continuously increasing the organization’s level of artistic discourse and relevance. The ideal candidate will also appreciate the AGB’s traditional focus on ceramic and craft-based art and will demonstrate an interest in connecting these to contemporary dialogues and practices in all media.

The ideal candidate is an ambitious and collaborative professional who is known to and respected by artists and thinkers in Ontario and beyond.

The AGB expects the Senior Curator to develop a bold and dynamic artistic vision that will result in exhibitions, programs, activities, and publications that will attract interest locally, regionally, nationally, and internationally. These will include the invited participation of artists, speakers, curators, writers, and other professionals of diverse cultural backgrounds from all parts of Canada and beyond.

Crucially, Burlington is situated within one of Canada’s most densely populated regions, which includes an extensive network of museums, galleries, and other cultural organizations, and the Senior Curator’s artistic vision will include institutional strategies for contributing to and participating in this significant and complex cultural ecology.

Requirements
The primary requirement for this position is a demonstrable record of successful collaboration with artists and thinkers in an exhibition-making context, including a demonstrable record of critical or curatorial writing.

Various and non-traditional educational and experiential backgrounds will be considered for this position. Graduate level studies in areas related to Art History, Curatorial Studies, or Art Criticism and Theory will be considered an asset. Leadership, management, and/or project management experience will be considered an asset.

Responsibilities
Reporting directly to the CEO, the Senior Curator provides artistic leadership for the AGB and is responsible for defining and articulating the artistic vision that is implemented through the exhibitions, publications, and programs that the Senior Curator oversees.

The Senior Curator is a member of the Senior Leadership Team of the AGB and as such collaborates with the CEO and other Senior Managers to ensure the wellbeing and advancement of the whole of the organization. The Senior Curator provides direction and oversight for the Curatorial Department which is responsible for exhibitions, collections, educational programs, and public programs.

About the Art Gallery of Burlington
The Art Gallery of Burlington is Ontario’s eighth largest public art gallery by annual expense and holds a nationally significant collection of contemporary Canadian ceramic art. The AGB’s 50,000 square foot facility includes 6,000 square feet of exhibition space and 25,000 square feet of studio facilities. Over 600 studio members of the AGB make extensive use of the AGB’s studios.

The Art Gallery of Burlington is located in Burlington, Ontario, Canada, at the head of Lake Ontario, within the Dish with One Spoon Wampum Belt Covenant and the Treaty Lands and Territory of the Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation.

Compensation
The Art Gallery of Burlington offers competitive compensation including group health benefits and an excellent pension program (OMERS). Salary will be commensurate with experience and not less than $60,000 per year.

Please submit a resume that clearly indicates your relevant work experience, a brief summary of your four most successful previous curatorial or critical projects including the names of the artists involved, and a cover letter that describes your specific artistic interests, your history of practice with respect to those interests, and your curatorial goals.

 
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2018-07-25 00:00:00.0 https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=897DF0F69D00536DA098E108A382184F?careerId=1307
Manager/Curator (Maternity Leave Replacement) [Fort St. John] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=897DF0F69D00536DA098E108A382184F?careerId=1309  

Manager/Curator (Maternity Leave Replacement)

    
 

Job Title:

 

Manager/Curator (Maternity Leave Replacement)

 
 

Organization:

 

North Peace Historical Society (Fort St. John North Peace Museum)

 

Job Type:

Full-Time (Maternity Leave)

 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

Fort St. John, BC

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

2018-08-24

 

Job Start Date:

2018-10-15

 

Date Posted:

 

2018-07-25

 

Email:

fsjnpmuseum@fsjmail.com

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

www.fsjmuseum.com

 
 

Salary:

 

Wages and benefit package commensurate with training and experience

 
 

Job Description:

 


The North Peace Historical Society is seeking a highly motivated individual to serve as Manager/Curator for the Fort St John North Peace Museum, which it owns, operates and maintains. This position is a 1 year Term Certain starting October 15th, 2018 and ending October 31st, 2019.

The Fort St. John North Peace Museum has a collection of over 7000 objects. We have a small library and archives with over 14,000 historic images and serve as the regional archaeological repository. Staff and volunteers provide a variety of educational events and programs year-round.

Located in the beautiful Peace River country of northeastern British Columbia, the Fort St. John North Peace Museum connects residents and visitors of all ages to the history and communities of the North Peace River area of British Columbia. The museum is a welcoming centre where the history of Fort St. John and area is kept alive through the preservation, management, and exhibition of our collection as well as our educational programs and events. Fort St. John is a city of over 20,000 with many amenities and recreational opportunities. Visit www.fortstjohn.ca for more details.

The Manager/Curator of the Fort St. John North Peace Museum is responsible for the day-to-day activities of the museum from opening and closing tasks to welcoming visitors and helping run the gift shop.

The Manager/Curator is responsible for all aspects of managing the museum’s collection including leading the acquisition committee, cataloguing incoming items in our Collective Access database, dealing with incoming and outgoing loans, and updating artefact locations. The Manager/Curator responds to archival inquiries with help from museum volunteers as well as assist researchers who come into the archives. The Manager/Curator is responsible for the conservation of the collection – caring for artefacts and buildings, monitoring our temperature and relative humidity, and dealing with minor maintenance issues.

The Manager/Curator is responsible for following the museum’s strategic plan to renovate old exhibits, increase the interactive components of current exhibits, and create new exhibits in the museum and in our display cases at the airport and hospital.

The Manager/Curator is responsible for assisting volunteers in leading guided tours of the museum. He/she is responsible for promoting and presenting a variety of curriculum-based and general educational programs for school groups. The Manager/Curator will be in charge of a variety of educational events such as Kids’ Nights at the Museum, guided cemetery tours, documentary nights, etc.

The Manager/Curator will help support the museum through writing a variety of municipal and regional grants in addition to summer student grants and larger project-based grants. He/she will help with the Museum’s annual fundraisers and has the opportunity to develop additional means of fundraising. The Manager/Curator will liaise with the gift shop committee to track what books and merchandise are selling and re-order as necessary.

The Manager/Curator will work closely with the NPHS Board of Directors along with a variety of committees to accomplish the tasks necessary to keep the museum operating smoothly. The Manager/Curator will also oversee the tasks (and sometimes training) of a variety of volunteers working in all areas of the museum.

Qualifications
The ideal candidate will have:
-An academic background in a field related to the position (Museum Studies, History)
-Experience in museum management and/or exhibit development and collections management
-Grant writing and fundraising experience
-Strong written and oral communication skills
-Well-developed computer skills
-A knowledge/understanding of the Peace River District history
-Strong organizational and networking skills
-Experience in general office administration
-Ability to work independently as well as liaise with an active Board of Directors on projects and gift shop operations
-Curiosity and willingness to learn

Wages and benefit package will be commensurate with training and experience. Closing date for receiving applications is August 24th, 2018. Please submit a cover letter and resume to:

North Peace Historical Society
Attn: Hiring Committee
9323 – 100th Street
Fort St John, BC V1J 4N4

Email: fsjnpmuseum@fsjmail.com

 
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2018-07-25 00:00:00.0 https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=897DF0F69D00536DA098E108A382184F?careerId=1309
Interpretation Officer [Ottawa] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=897DF0F69D00536DA098E108A382184F?careerId=1312  

Interpretation Officer

    
 

Job Title:

 

Interpretation Officer

 
 

Organization:

 

The Library of Parliament

 

Job Type:

Determinate

 

Language Required:

 

Bilingual staffing – imperative: CBC/CBC

 
 

Location:

 

Ottawa Ontario

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

2018-08-22

 

Job Start Date:

2018-10-30

 

Date Posted:

 

2018-07-26

 

Email:

lopres@parl.gc.ca

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

https://lop.parl.ca/sites/jobs/default/en_CA

 
 

Salary:

 

$60,939–$72,087

 
 

Job Description:

 


Interpretation officers work in a dynamic team environment and serve as the public face of Parliament. They are responsible for conceiving and delivering high-quality guided tours of the Canadian Parliament; for recruiting, training, mentoring, managing and evaluating the work of a team of parliamentary guides; and for coordinating daily tour schedules
To apply, please send us your curriculum vitae, along with a covering letter indicating how you meet each of the education and experience requirements of the position. Please quote Staffing Process 18-LOP-69 in your documents and, if you apply by email, in the subject line of your email.
Send us your application:
By email: lopres@parl.gc.ca
By fax: 613-995-9582
By mail: 50 O’Connor Street Library of Parliament Human Resources Directorate Ottawa, ON K1A 0A9
Questions? Contact Human Resources at 613-617-0943 or lopres@parl.gc.ca.

 
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2018-07-26 00:00:00.0 https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=897DF0F69D00536DA098E108A382184F?careerId=1312
Assistant Registrar [Kleinburg] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=897DF0F69D00536DA098E108A382184F?careerId=1313  

Assistant Registrar

    
 

Job Title:

 

Assistant Registrar

 
 

Organization:

 

McMichael Canadian Art Collection

 

Job Type:

Contract

 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

Kleinburg, ON

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

2018-08-15

 

Job Start Date:

2018-09-25

 

Date Posted:

 

2018-07-26

 

Email:

hr@mcmichael.com

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

www.mcmichael.com

 
 

Salary:

 

$21.00/hr.

 
 

Job Description:

 


The Assistant Registrar oversees permanent collection handling and storage, technical maintenance of the collection database, and assists with documentation and record creation and management within the Registration department. The Assistant Registrar assists with the administration of exhibitions and loans, including insurance, and is responsible for incoming and outgoing shipping coordination.

The successful candidate will have 3 to 5 years experience with museum registration procedures, art handling, packing and shipping experience, working knowledge of collection databases, particularly The Museum System (TMS), experience with Crystal Reports, training and experience in use of PhotoShop and other imaging software, and excellent organization skills, accuracy, attention to detail and the ability to multi-task.

Those interested in applying to this opportunity are asked to submit their resume with a cover letter to hr@mcmichael.com by August 15, 2018.


We thank all candidates for their applications; only those selected for an interview will be contacted. The McMichael Canadian Art Collection supports individuals with disabilities throughout the interview process and those chosen for placement.

McMichael Canadian Art Collection 10365 Islington Avenue, Kleinburg, ON., L0J 1C0 www.mcmichael.com

 
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2018-07-26 00:00:00.0 https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=897DF0F69D00536DA098E108A382184F?careerId=1313
Executive Director [Calgary] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=897DF0F69D00536DA098E108A382184F?careerId=1314  

Executive Director

    
 

Job Title:

 

Executive Director

 
 

Organization:

 

Aero Space Museum Association of Calgary

 

Job Type:

Permanent

 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

Calgary, AB

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

2018-08-17

 

Job Start Date:

N/A

 

Date Posted:

 

2018-07-27

 

Email:

board@thehangarmuseum.ca

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

www.thehangarmuseum.ca

 
 

Salary:

 

to be negotiated

 
 

Job Description:

 


About the Aero Space Museum Association
Founded in 1971, the Aero Space Museum Association of Calgary (ASMAC) is a not-for-profit organization that recently rebranded under the operating name -The Hangar Flight Museum, a civic partner of the City of Calgary and its citizens.

About the Role
Reporting to the Board of Directors, the primary role of the Executive Director is to develop and champion the vision, mission and mandate for the Hangar Flight Museum. In this capacity the Executive Director leads a small team of professionals to deliver on the operational goals and bring the vision and mission to life.

Core operational responsibilities include:

 Board liaison: Working with the Board to develop strategic direction, including vision, mission and mandate for the organization and providing regular reporting on the operational work required to deliver on the strategic direction, seeking advice and counsel from the Board as appropriate and required.

 Fund development: Developing long- and short-term plans for fundraising, including annual campaigns, capital campaigns, grants and other funding applications.

 Finance: Developing the annual budget for submission to the Board, and managing museum assets, revenues and expenses within budget. Ensuring the museum uses proper financial management and audit systems to meet its operating needs.

 Human resources: Providing leadership to the staff and volunteers, performing HR functions, clearly defining responsibilities and expectations of all staff and providing mentoring and guidance. Ensure there is an appropriate policy framework in place.

 Programming: Overseeing the development of educational programs and monitoring performance through the program team

 Marketing/communications: Overseeing the promotion and marketing of ASMAC and maintaining excellent relationships with funders, stakeholders and the broader community.

 Collections: Ensuring that the collection is maintained in service of the public trust, and in service to the City of Calgary as an owner of a portion of the collection.

 Facility operations: Ensuring the physical facilities required to serve the operation of the museum meet appropriate codes, are accessible, and are well managed as an asset. Ensuring the IT systems in place (including networks, hardware, software) are appropriate and well maintained to meet the organization’s operational needs, and to ensure appropriate risk management (ie. records management, backups and data protection) is in place.

About the Candidate
The ideal candidate will be a strong leader and community builder with a keen sense of accountability and service to community. Flexibility, initiative and a passion for creative problem solving will be key attributes that contribute to success in this role. In addition, the Executive Director will demonstrate the following key competencies:

• Strong leadership, team and relationship building skills • Ability to influence positive stakeholder relations and increase community engagement • Exceptional communications skills • Strong financial and organizational management skills • Dedication and drive to improve the operation and programs at the museum • Ability to prioritize, organize, meet deadlines and manage within a budget • Knowledge of aviation is a plus, but not required

Experience and education:
 Senior level experience in fund development, including demonstrated success in fund development campaigns (ideally both annual and capital)
 At least five years senior leadership experience in a museum, non-profit, and/or community facing organization is preferred
 Bachelor’s degree with relevant post-secondary education is required

To apply: Submit a resume and a cover letter outlining qualifications, salary expectations and reasons for interest in this position to board@thehangarmuseum.ca by August 24, 2018. The museum thanks all applicants, however, the museum will only be contacting those shortlisted for interviews.

www.thehangarmuseum.ca

 
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2018-08-02 00:00:00.0 https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=897DF0F69D00536DA098E108A382184F?careerId=1314
Collections Registrar [London] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=897DF0F69D00536DA098E108A382184F?careerId=1315  

Collections Registrar

    
 

Job Title:

 

Collections Registrar

 
 

Organization:

 

The Royal Canadian Regiment museum

 

Job Type:

Contract

 

Language Required:

 

English, French an asset

 
 

Location:

 

London, ON

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

2018-08-17

 

Job Start Date:

2018-09-04

 

Date Posted:

 

2018-07-27

 

Email:

director@thercrmuseum.ca

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

http://www.thercrmuseum.ca/en-ca/

 
 

Salary:

 

$15.00/hourly rate

 
 

Job Description:

 


Job Summary: Under the Curator’s supervision, the incumbent will provide operational support to the collections management process at The Royal Canadian Regiment Museum. The job consists of all necessary steps as it pertains to organizing, categorizing and cataloguing artefacts/archives, from the temporary registration stage to dispatching in storage and/or display. This includes, but it is not limited to, performing basic conservation treatments, entering data in the collections automated system, labeling, scanning, taking photographs, researching and documenting artefacts/archives. Maintaining records, digital and hard copies on all artefacts in the collection, already donated or incoming donations, is an important task. This job is suitable for s student enrolled in a related graduate program who wishes to acquire hands-on experience. The job is a contract replacement for 8 months starting 4 September 2018, with the possibility of renewal.
Experience: in archives/museum’s collections practices and historical research
Qualifications: College diploma or certificate in museum studies or a related field AND some experience in museum collections management
OR
An acceptable combination of education, training and experience will also be considered

Language requirement: English Mandatory, French an asset

Pay rate: $15.00/hour for 25 hours/week.

Duties and Responsibilities:
• Coordinate the incoming artifact/archives donations and/or purchases, including liaising with potential donors and/or other interested agencies;
• Catalogue, label and handle adequately artifacts/archives;
• Research and document items;
• Take photos of the items and link the images to the records in the automated database;
• Enter the information for sources/provenance data, for items catalogued in the collections management automated system;
• Organize and classify archives and other files; maintain the collections management automated system and collections records in hard-copy;
• Perform physical inventory of the collections and coordinate the collections storage project;
• Availability to work week-ends;
• Enforce and uphold the policies and procedures of the Museum;
• Any other tasks as required.

Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
• Strong interpersonal and excellent time management skills;
• Prepare and writing reports;
• Attention to detail;
• Advanced skills in using PC and applications such as Windows 10 and higher, Microsoft Word, Adobe, peripherals such as cameras, scanners, and printers;
• Knowledge of museum practices such as handling artefacts, cataloguing procedures, labelling techniques, collections storage management, digitization and preservation of artefacts;
• Knowledge of Past Perfect software an asset;
• Knowledge of Canadian Military History an asset;

Physical Requirements:
• Must be able to sit for long periods of time;
• Must be able to lift up to 15-20 lbs;
• Must not have any allergies and be able to come in contact with material that is old.

Additional Info:
Employees must demonstrate the following core characteristics: team player, customer focus, positive attitude, excellence, and competence. Employees must demonstrate the ability to work in a fast-paced environment, to perform repetitive tasks. Employees must possess solid and proven office administration skills, be very organized, and able to multi-task. The job is a contract replacement for 8 months with the possibility of renewal.

The Royal Canadian Regiment Museum is committed to Employment Equity and Diversity and invites applications from Women, Aboriginal People, Persons with Disabilities and Visible Minorities. Only Canadian Citizens and/or landed immigrants are invited to apply.

Eligible candidates should submit a resume clearly outlining their ability to fulfill all position requirements before 23:59 hrs (11:00pm) on 17 August 2018. Applications are accepted via e-mail info@thercrmuseum.ca . When applying, please mention Collections job applications in the subject line.

Thank you to all interested candidates, and please note that only those candidates selected for further consideration will be contacted.

 
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2018-07-27 00:00:00.0 https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=897DF0F69D00536DA098E108A382184F?careerId=1315
Senior Director, Visitor Experience [Ottawa] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=897DF0F69D00536DA098E108A382184F?careerId=1316  

Senior Director, Visitor Experience

    
 

Job Title:

 

Senior Director, Visitor Experience

 
 

Organization:

 

National Arts Centre

 

Job Type:

Permanent

 

Language Required:

 

Bilingual

 
 

Location:

 

Ottawa, ON

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

2018-08-26

 

Job Start Date:

2018-09-30

 

Date Posted:

 

2018-07-27

 

Email:

Debbie.Collins@nac-cna.ca

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

https://nac-cna.ca/en/careers

 
 

Salary:

 

$97,200 - $147,800

 
 

Job Description:

 


As a member of the NAC’s Senior Management Committee, the Senior Director, Visitor Experience, reports directly to the President and CEO. The Senior Director is accountable for ensuring that the NAC offers the highest quality of visitor experience that creates enduring positive memories, and for leading as Visitor Experience champion across the company, collaborating and enlisting the active engagement of multiple senior directors. At the NAC, we define visitors broadly in our goal to create a welcoming, diverse environment. Responsibilities include overseeing front of house customer-based departments which include the NAC’s Box Office, ushers, visitor hosts and reception.
The incumbent is recognized as someone with a passion and commitment to proving unforgettable visitor experience, an innovative and dynamic leader with a deep understanding of customer service, and demonstrated skills and experience managing large, complex teams. The ability to think strategically with a global, forward thinking view of long term objectives is essential. Experience will be drawn from working as a systems thinker who has delivered results in other cultural, entertainment, arts or hospitality environments that serve diverse populations, and where delivering a superior visitor experience is paramount.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
•Direct the operation of all services to visitors;
•Develop and ensure implementation of a program of visitor services including box office sales, way finding and visitor feedback;
•Oversee Associate Director responsible for directing and organizing the services of the Box Office and the management of the NAC’s ticketing system and database for the Programming and Marketing departments, rental programmes and Ticketmaster;
•Oversee Front of House Manager responsible for all front of house operations including ushers and visitor hosts and develop quality service standards for all public-facing employees;
•Actively contribute and participate as an expert member of the senior management team in key decisions and in setting the direction of the overall NAC;
•Work with the NAC programming departments towards creating an overall NAC experience that is curated and thoughtful;
•Actively contribute to the development of an integrated Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system for the development of practices, strategies and technologies to manage and analyze customer interactions and data throughout the customer lifecycle, with the goal of improving customer service relationships, retention and driving sales growth;
•Contribute to the development of the NAC’s strategic plan;
•Responsible for the development and implementation of policies, systems and quality standards consistent with the NAC’s objectives;
•Responsible for resolving issues between departments who work in multi-purpose areas;
•Member of the Public Spaces Coordinating Team;
•Foster and maintain positive relationships and communication with internal and external clients;
•Manage the service contract for the Equator coffee shop.

Qualifications:
•University degree and 10 years of progressively responsible experience in the cultural, entertainment, arts or hospitality field;
•Highly developed leadership and management focus;
•Experience with Customer Relationship Management systems;
•A track record in making wise and timely decisions to achieve strategic goals;
•Strong analytical and strategic thinker that enjoys fast-paced, dynamic environments that require flexibility and a capability to adapt quickly to change;
•Experience working in a unionized environment;
•Exceptional interpersonal, managerial and organizational skills;
•Understanding of the sensitivity required when working in a creative environments;
•Knowledge of marketing techniques;
•Commitment to the mission and core values of the NAC and ability to model those values in service delivery and partnerships;
•An understanding of diverse and underserved communities;
•Demonstrated ability to inspire and empower individuals and enthusiasm for working collaboratively with a dedicated team;
•The seasoning and confidence to be credible at the senior level of the NAC;
•Superior language skills in English and French;
•Extensive customer service experience.

To explore this exciting opportunity, visit our website for more details at: www.nac-cna.ca/en/careers. Should you have questions, you are welcome to contact the Executive Director of Human Resources at (613) 947-7000, extension 518 or toll-free at 1-866-850-2787.

Who can apply:

Persons residing in Canada and Canadian citizens residing abroad. Preference will be given to Canadian citizens.

As an employer who values diversity in its workforce, we encourage candidates to self-identify as members of the following designated groups: women, visible minorities, Indigenous peoples and persons with disabilities.

While we appreciate all applications, only those selected for interview will be contacted.

The successful candidate will be required to provide a valid Criminal Record Check as a condition of employment.


 
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Managing Director, English Theatre [Ottawa] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=897DF0F69D00536DA098E108A382184F?careerId=1317  

Managing Director, English Theatre

    
 

Job Title:

 

Managing Director, English Theatre

 
 

Organization:

 

National Arts Centre

 

Job Type:

Permanent

 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

Ottawa, ON

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

2018-08-26

 

Job Start Date:

2018-09-30

 

Date Posted:

 

2018-07-27

 

Email:

Debbie.Collins@nac-cna.ca

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

https://nac-cna.ca/en/careers

 
 

Salary:

 

$100,000 to $150,000

 
 

Job Description:

 


As a member of the NAC’s Senior Management Committee, the Managing Director for English Theatre reports to the President and CEO and works in partnership with the Artistic Director for English Theatre to plan, produce and present a programme reflecting excellence in a range of Canadian theatre and the mission and goals of the NAC. The incumbent plays an integral role in contributing to the building of a powerful and inspirational national theatre for Canada, and is responsible for overseeing and managing the operational and artistic programs, and business of English Theatre including:

- The creation of an overarching strategic plan for English Theatre based on the vision of the Artistic Director;
- Working with the Artistic Director to develop annual operational plans in support of the established artistic strategic plan above.

Over the past five years, English Theatre has focused on spotlighting the Canadian voice, through season-based performances, new works collaborations across the country, and a sequence of action research projects aimed at impacting the way theatre is made and appreciated in Canada. The Managing Director will have the opportunity to continue shaping these innovations, while also contributing to the development of the NAC’s next organization-wide strategic plan.

The selected candidate should be well known to Canadian English theatre communities, should have a collaborative management style, should bring an in depth knowledge of the Canadian theatre landscape including Canadian dramatic works, and key artists and above all, demonstrates a real passion for the vision of a national theatre.

Experience in producing, co-producing and presenting theatre, touring, sound financial management, knowledge of theatre sector collective agreements and many years of experience as a senior arts manager make you an ideal candidate for this position.
Other duties and responsibilities:

• Exercise leadership in all English Theatre activities by participating in strategic planning, identifying opportunities for improvement, appraising and endorsing proposed projects, recommending a course of action and participating in the decision making process;
• Actively contribute to and participate in the senior management team overseeing the National Arts Centre;
• In consultation with the Artistic Director develop an annual budget to support programming;
• Provide direction and support to English Theatre staff, contractors and others and maintain a healthy and creative working environment;
• Manage and control all financial aspects of English Theatre ensuring adherence to established budgets;
• Negotiate, prepare and execute agreements with co-producers, playwrights, actors, directors, designers, musicians, stage managers, outside contractors and invited theatres to ensure the collective agreements and contract terms are respected and deadlines are met;
• Coordinate with all NAC departments to ensure the smooth and effective implementation of the season planning and the accurate and timely execution of contracts and agreements;
• Prepare business plans and various reports; oversee the day-to-day operations;
• Foster positive relations and maintain contact with the professional theatre community across Canada and in the National Capital Region including representatives of theatre companies, artist associations, artists, agents, theatre associations (PACT, CAPACOA, ISPA, etc) and federal bodies related to theatre (Canada Council);
• Promote the NAC’s national visibility with associations and co-producing theatres;
• Provide advice to smaller theatres and attend performances.

Required qualifications:

 A degree in a related field of study and a minimum of 10 years of progressively responsible experience or an equivalent combination of professional work experience and education;
 Experience in creating budgets and financial goals;
 Experience in leadership roles as well as in managing, motivating and colaborating with staff members and artists;
 In depth knowledge of the Canadian Performing Arts environment, industry and policy issues including: strong connections with key players in the Canadian theatre community and key presenters across Canada;
 Strong knowledge of Canadian dramatic works as well as some knowledge of international markets;
 Demonstrated producing techniques in Canadian Theatre including: the ability to understand collective agreements, contracting issues as well as presentation and coproduction contract terms and negotiations;
 General knowledge of the Canadian Theatre touring business both as a presenter and producer;
 Strong organizational skills and ability to think strategically;
 Superior negotiating skills;
 Exceptional interpersonal skills and understanding of the sensitivity required when working in a creative environments;
 Excellent written and communication skills and ability to work well with members of senior management as well as members of the Board of Trustees;
 Enthusiastic team player with strong leadership skills;
 Financial management and accounting knowledge;
 General knowledge of performing arts fundraising methods and revenue sources;
 Proficient in using MS software: Word and Excel.

To explore this exciting opportunity, visit our careers website for more details at https://nac-cna.ca/en/careers. Should you have questions, you are welcome to contact the Executive Director of Human Resources at 1-866-850-2787, extension 518.

Who can apply:

Persons residing in Canada and Canadian citizens residing abroad. Preference will be given to Canadian citizens.

As an employer who values diversity in its workforce, we encourage candidates to self-identify as members of the following designated groups: women, visible minorities, Indigenous peoples and persons with disabilities.

While we appreciate all applications, only those selected for interview will be contacted.

The successful candidate will be required to provide a valid Criminal Record Check as a condition of employment.



 
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Vice President Advancement and Operations [Victoria] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=897DF0F69D00536DA098E108A382184F?careerId=1318  

Vice President Advancement and Operations

    
 

Job Title:

 

Vice President Advancement and Operations

 
 

Organization:

 

Royal BC Museum

 

Job Type:

Permanent

 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

Victoria, BC

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

2018-09-16

 

Job Start Date:

to be negotiated

 

Date Posted:

 

2018-07-31

 

Email:

mowens@jwasearch.com

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

https://royalbcmuseum.bc.ca/

 
 

Salary:

 

to be negioitated

 
 

Job Description:

 


Reporting to the CEO, the VP is one of three vice-presidents who interacts with the Museum’s Board of Directors and is an essential contributor to the fulfilment of the Museum’s vision, mission and strategic initiatives. The VP will have a strong external presence and fundraising experience, in addition to strong management skills.
The VP leads and defines the strategic direction for fundraising at the Museum. The VP cooperates with the CEO to ensure an integrated approach to fundraising, ensuring that development activities are based on a thorough understanding of the vision for the Museum. In close coordination with the CEO, the VP delivers philanthropic income to agreed targets and creates avenues for new philanthropic income with a particular focus on new high-value prospects.
The VP is responsible for developing the Museum’s national and international brand and public profile. The VP leads on strategic communications, harnessing the changing media context and building relationships with media influencers across a range of channels, as well as the traditional press, to enhance and develop the distinctive reputation and influence of the Museum and Archives.
The successful candidate for this important leadership position will possess several years’ experience at a senior management level, which includes leading a diverse group of people and business functions in a variety of situations. The candidate will be a seasoned professional with a post-secondary education in a related discipline, and a proven record of achieving results. This individual will have developed a strong business acumen through a series of progressively more responsible positions, culminating in demonstrated success in an executive role.

The successful candidate for this important leadership position will possess several years’ experience at a senior management level, which includes leading a diverse group of people and business functions in a variety of situations. The candidate will be a seasoned professional with a post-secondary education in a related discipline, and a proven record of achieving results. This individual will have developed a strong business acumen through a series of progressively more responsible positions, culminating in demonstrated success in an executive role.
Candidates should have substantive experience at an executive level, and demonstrated success and business acumen displayed through business, financial planning and strategic planning that have contributed to the strategic objectives of an organization. The successful candidate will already be an impressive operator at a senior level in a similar environment – a medium to large complex organization with numerous lines of business and diverse clientele.
Preferred candidates will possess a proven record of establishing goals, developing people and teams, building relationships across the public and private sectors, solving problems and providing innovative solutions, promoting accountability, engendering trust and integrity. The new Vice President will have been an executive leader in a revenue-oriented and visitor service-centric organization, and will be able to interface effectively with peers heading other functions and at the Board level.
With a committed, energetic approach, the new VP will possess superior communication skills, good commercial and financial understanding and strong strategic abilities. This individual will have a record of leading organizations through change and of successfully delivering on highly sensitive and political initiatives.
As a critical member of the Museum and Archives executive team, this motivated individual will be a strong negotiator with the ability to influence key stakeholders, achieve goals and objectives, and champion a progressive and forward-thinking organization.
Consideration of candidates will begin immediately, with interviews scheduled for mid-October in Victoria.
Please note: The Museum is under-represented by Indigenous staff members. Applications from Indigenous professionals will be particularly welcome.
Applications and nominations for this important leadership position may be directed in confidence to the address below until September 16, 2018:
Janet Wright & Associates Inc.
E-mail: mowens@jwasearch.com


 
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Technician, Digital Archives [Montreal] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=897DF0F69D00536DA098E108A382184F?careerId=1320  

Technician, Digital Archives

    
 

Job Title:

 

Technician, Digital Archives

 
 

Organization:

 

Canadian Centre for Architecture

 

Job Type:

Temporary, full time (35hrs/week) for 12 months

 

Language Required:

 

Excellent knowledge of French and English, spoken and written

 
 

Location:

 

Montreal, Quebec

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

2018-08-19

 

Job Start Date:

2018-09-04

 

Date Posted:

 

2018-07-31

 

Email:

rh@cca.qc.ca

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

www.cca.qc.ca

 
 

Salary:

 

according to salary scale

 
 

Job Description:

 


Job identification
Job title: Technician, Digital Archives
Division: Collection
Service: Registrar
Supervisor: Registrar
Status: Temporary, full time (35hrs/week)
Duration: 12 months
Posting period: July 30 to August 19, 2018
Job entry: As soon as possible

Job summary
The responsabilities of this job inlcude supporting the accessioning and processing work of the Digital Archivist and Digital Processing Archivists. This involves locating, retrieving, and disk imaging physical computer storage media such as floppy disks, optical disks, and Zip disks in the CCA Collection to prepare this material for further processing.
This new position is part of a two year program in which CCA wants to emphasize access to the born-digital collection brought together during a multiyear project called Archaeology of the Digital. 25 Projects collected for Archaeology of the Digital must be process and made accessible. Other digital material collected by CCA prior to and since the Archaeology of the Digital program must also be retrieved, properly preserved and prepared for arrangement, description, ingest to CCA’s digital repository, and end user access in the CCA Study Room.

Key responsabilities
• Identifies, inventories, and retrieves physical computer storage media in the CCA collection, in collaboration with the Registrar’s team and the Archivists team
• Creates forensic disk images of digital media
• Ingests disk images into CCA’s Archivematica-based digital repository
• Assists Digital Archivist with procurement, setup, and use of obsolete computer hardware and media readers
• Aids in the development of additional CCA initiatives related to the preservation and management of born-digital materials
• Contributes to training of current technicians in these new workflows

Required qualifications
• Education: CEGEP computer science, library science or media studies
• Number of years of relevant work experience : 1 to 3 years, ideally in a museum or archival repository
• Excellent knowledge of French and English, spoken and written
• Demonstrated computer expertise;
• Familiarity with wide range of file formats, file storage systems, and operating systems (Linux, Mac, PC);
• Knowledge of basic*nix terminal commands;
• Knowledge of digital forensics tools and techniques, especially as applied in museums, archives, and libraries

Please submit your application before August 20, 2018 by email: rh@cca.qc.ca to the attention of Human Resources, CCA, 1920 Baile Street, Montreal (Quebec) H3H 2S6. Only successful applicants will be contacted. The CCA is an equal opportunity employer.

For all CCA existing job opportunities, visit our website.

 
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Technicien, Archives numériques [Montréal] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=897DF0F69D00536DA098E108A382184F?careerId=1321  

Technicien, Archives numériques

    
 

Titre:

 

 Technicien, Archives numériques

 
 

Organisme:

 

Centre Canadien d’Architecture

 

Type de l'emploi:

Temporaire à temps complet (35hrs/semaine) pour 12 mois

 

Langue requise pour l'emploi:

 

Maîtrise du français et de l’anglais, tant à l’oral qu’à l’écrit

 
 

Lieu:

 

Montréal, Québec

 
 

Date limite:

 

2018-08-19 

 
 

Date de début:

 

2018-09-04

 

Date d'affichage

2018-07-31 

Courriel:

rh@cca.qc.ca

 

Adresse URL de l'organisme:

 

www.cca.qc.ca

 
 

Salaire:

 

selon l'échelle salariale

 
 

Description de l'emploi :

 

Identification de l'emploi
Titre de l'emploi: Technicien, Archives numériques
Division: Collection
Service: Registraire
Superviseur: Registraire
Statut : Temporaire à temps complet (35hrs/semaine)
Durée : 12 mois
Période d’affichage : Du 30 juillet au 19 août 2018
Entrée en poste : Dès que possible

Sommaire de l'emploi
Les responsabilités de cet emploi consistent à assister l'Archiviste, Archives numériques et l'Archiviste, Traitement des archives numériques dans leur travail de traitement et d'archivage.
Ceci implique la localisation, l'extraction et la création d'images disque de supports de stockage physiques informatiques tels les disquettes, les disques optiques et les disques ZIP dans la collection du CCA pour préparer ce matériel à un traitement ultérieur.

Ce nouveau poste fait partie d'un programme mené sur deux années, à travers lequel le CCA souhaite mettre l'accent sur l'accès à la collection d'origine numérique, rassemblée tout au long d'un projet pluriannuel intitulé l'Archéologie du numérique.
25 Projets recueillis pour l'Archéologie du numérique doivent être traités et rendus accessibles. D'autres matériaux numériques collectés par le CCA avant et pendant le programme l'Archéologie du numérique doivent également être extraits, conservés correctement et préparés pour être classés, décrits et transférés dans le répertoire numérique du CCA. Ils devront également être accessibles aux utilisateurs finaux dans la salle d'étude du CCA.

Principales responsabilités de l'emploi
• Identifier, inventorier et extraire des supports de stockage informatique physiques dans la collection du CCA en collaboration avec l'équipe du Registraire et l'équipe des Archivistes
• Créer des images disque forensiques de contenus numériques
• Transférer les images disque dans le répertoire numérique Archivematica du CCA
• Assister l'Archiviste, Archives numériques dans l'acquisition, la configuration et l'utilisation de matériel informatique obsolète et de lecteurs de média
• Aider au développement des différentes initiatives du CCA pour la préservation et la gestion des matériaux d'origine numérique
• Contribuer à la formation des techniciens actuels pour ces nouvelles méthodes

Qualifications requises pour l'emploi
• Niveau de scolarité: CÉGEP technologie informatique, études en bibliothéconomie ou études des médias
• Nombre d'années d'expérience pertinente : 1 à 3 ans, idéalement dans le milieu des musées ou des archives
• Maîtrise du français et de l’anglais, tant à l’oral qu’à l’écrit
• Expertise démontrée en informatique
• Connaissance d'un large éventail de formats de fichiers, des systèmes de stockage de fichiers et des systèmes d'exploitation (Linux, Mac, PC)
• Connaissance des commandes utiles basiques *nix
• Connaissance des outils et des techniques numériques forensiques, appliquées aux musées, aux archives et aux bibliothèques

Veuillez soumettre votre candidature avant le 20 août 2018 par courriel : rh@cca.qc.ca.à l’attention du Service des Ressources humaines, CCA, 1920, rue Baile, Montréal (Québec) H3H 2S6, Seuls les candidats retenus seront contactés. Le CCA a une politique d’équité en matière d’emploi. L’utilisation du genre masculin n’a pour but que d'alléger le texte et comprend le genre féminin.

Pour connaître toutes les opportunités d’emploi au CCA, visitez notre site web.

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Retail Manager AGB Shop, Art Sales adn Rental [Burlington] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=897DF0F69D00536DA098E108A382184F?careerId=1329  

Retail Manager AGB Shop, Art Sales adn Rental

    
 

Job Title:

 

Retail Manager AGB Shop, Art Sales adn Rental

 
 

Organization:

 

Art Gallery of Burlington

 

Job Type:

Permanent

 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

Burlington Ontario

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

2018-08-15

 

Job Start Date:

2018-09-04

 

Date Posted:

 

2018-08-02

 

Email:

nancy@agb.life

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

https://artgalleryofburlington.com/careers/

 
 

Salary:

 

commensurate with experince

 
 

Job Description:

 


Retail Manager AGB Shop, Art Sales and Rental Art Gallery of Burlington
The AGB Shop is a dynamic work environment requiring an energetic leader with strong interpersonal skills to develop and operate the AGB's retail services. This is a unique position in retail where a creative candidate has the opportunity to apply their art and business savvy within the rewarding environment of a public art gallery. Retail proceeds benefit the Art Gallery of Burlington (AGB), a registered charitable organization.
The Retail Manager reports directly to the AGB Senior Manager of Engagement and is responsible for implementing purchasing, sales, and marketing plans through the smooth operation of the gallery shop and related services. The retail manager builds successful relationships with clients and artist/suppliers providing excellence in customer service to reach revenue goals.
The manager works closely with the assistant manager to ensure staff and volunteers have the training and resources needed to provide high level customer service seven days a week. This is a hands-on position working in the shop with an outside sales component. In addition to selling a wide selection of high quality original Canadian craft, the shop manager leads and coordinates Art Sales and Rental services and supervises a volunteer team to maintain accurate tracking and records.

Please email cover letters and resumes by August 15th 2018 to nancy@agb.life
Thank-you for your interest, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

 
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Technicien en muséologie [Chicoutimi] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=897DF0F69D00536DA098E108A382184F?careerId=1330  

Technicien en muséologie

    
 

Titre:

 

 Technicien en muséologie

 
 

Organisme:

 

La Pulperie de Chicoutimi / Musée du Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean

 

Type de l'emploi:

Temporaire à temps complet

 

Langue requise pour l'emploi:

 

Français

 
 

Lieu:

 

Chicoutimi, QC

 
 

Date limite:

 

2018-09-14 

 
 

Date de début:

 

2018-09-24

 

Date d'affichage

2018-08-02 

Courriel:

cvickers@pulperie.com

 

Adresse URL de l'organisme:

 

 
 

Salaire:

 

17 $ / heure

 
 

Description de l'emploi :

 

Titre du poste : Technicien en muséologie
Statut : Temporaire à temps complet
Durée : 25 semaines
Horaire : 35 heures / semaine
Salaire : 17 $ / heure
Entrée en poste : 24 septembre 2018

SOMMAIRE DE L’EMPLOI
Relevant de la directrice des collections et de la recherche, et en collaboration avec le technicien en muséologie principal du Musée, la personne recherchée aura un mandat diversifié, comprenant des tâches reliées au secteur des collections et à celui des expositions. Le poste est principalement consacré à un projet de numérisation et de traitement de collection, mais comporte aussi une part de travail technique.
SOMMAIRE DES TÂCHES ET RESPONSABILITÉS
-Poursuivre l'inventaire des collections (numérisation, numérotation, emplacement, enregistrement et catalogage des artefacts en utilisant le système documentaire du Musée et les normes du Réseau Info-Muse);
-Mettre à jour les différents fichiers d’autorité des bases de données;
-Constater l'état de conservation des artéfacts;
-Appliquer les mesures de conservation préventives;
-Organiser et effectuer la mise en réserve des artéfacts;
-Concevoir des supports d’objets spécifiques;
-Effectuer au besoin une réorganisation ciblée des espaces de la Réserve;
-Emballer et transporter des objets de collection;
-Participer à l’aménagement des espaces d’exposition;
-Monter, entretenir et démonter des expositions;
-Installer le système d’éclairage et l’environnement sonore des expositions;
-Accomplir toute autre tâche connexe relative au mandat.

QUALIFICATIONS ET HABILETÉS REQUISES
-Détenir un diplôme de formation collégiale en techniques de muséologie;
-Avoir une expérience pertinente aux fonctions de l’emploi sera considéré comme un atout;
-Posséder les connaissances des normes muséologiques et des normes de conservation préventives;
-Avoir des connaissances pratiques dans le catalogage de collections;
-Avoir des connaissances en photographie numérique;
-Être méthodique, minutieux, proactif et habile;
-Démontrer un grand sens de l'organisation et de la rigueur;
-Démontrer de la créativité et une forte habileté à résoudre divers problèmes de façon inventive tout en respectant les règles établies et les normes muséologiques;
-Capacité à travailler de façon individuelle et en équipe;
-Capacité à communiquer efficacement en français (écrit et oral), anglais de base;
-Compétences informatiques recherchées : utilisation de base de données Collections Virtuelles (File Maker Pro), suite Microsoft Office, Photoshop, Navigateur Internet.

Les critères d'admissibilité pour les stagiaires JCT :
- Êtes citoyen canadien ou résident permanent du Canada, ou avez obtenu le statut de réfugié au Canada. N. B. Les étudiants non canadiens qui détiennent un permis de travail temporaire ou qui attendent d'obtenir leur statut de résident permanent ne sont pas admissibles;
- Êtes légalement autorisé à travailler au Canada;
- Avoir entre 16 et 30 ans au moment de commencer l'emploi;
- Vous engager à travailler pendant toute la période d'embauche;
- Ne pas avoir d'autre emploi à temps plein (plus de 30 heures par semaine) durant l'emploi JCT;
- Êtes un diplômé d'un collège ou d'une université, sans emploi ou sous-employé, c’est-à-dire qui ne travaille pas déjà à temps plein;
- Êtes un diplômé récent qui a gradué d'un collège ou d'une université dans les 24 mois précédant la date d'entrée en fonction;
- Ne pas recevoir de prestations d'assurance-emploi durant l'emploi JCT;
- N’avez pas été participant ou reçu un salaire dans le cadre de ce programme ou d'un autre programme du volet Objectif carrière de la Stratégie emploi jeunesse du gouvernement du Canada.

Pour visualiser l’offre d’emploi et savoir comment postuler : http://www.pulperie.com/collections/

Date limite pour postuler : Avant le vendredi 14 septembre 2018

Pour information ou pour postuler : Cathleen Vickers, directrice des collections et de la recherche.
Courriel : cvickers@pulperie.com
Tél. : (418) 698-3100, poste 1313
Adresse : 300, rue Dubuc, Saguenay (Chicoutimi), Québec, G7J 4M1
Site web de l’institution à consulter : www.pulperie.com

Vous devez vous inscrire sur le site de JCT et postuler sur le poste de technicien en muséologie afin que votre admissibilité au programme d’emploi soit confirmée. Nous remercions à l’avance toutes personnes qui poseront leur candidature; toutefois nous communiquerons seulement avec celles et ceux dont le dossier aura été retenu. Les attestations d’études peuvent être demandées pour l’entrevue.

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Curatorial Assistant [Courtenay] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=897DF0F69D00536DA098E108A382184F?careerId=1335  

Curatorial Assistant

    
 

Job Title:

 

Curatorial Assistant

 
 

Organization:

 

Comox Valley Art Gallery

 

Job Type:

Contract

 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

Courtenay, BC

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

2018-08-16

 

Job Start Date:

2018-09-04

 

Date Posted:

 

2018-08-02

 

Email:

director@comoxvalleyartgallery.com

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

http://www.comoxvalleyartgallery.com/get-involved/

 
 

Salary:

 

30 hrs/wk $15/hr

 
 

Job Description:

 


The Comox Valley Art Gallery is seeking a recent post-secondary graduate for an internship (Curatorial Assistant). The position starts  Sept 4, 2018.
The Intern will report to the Curator and will be responsible for helping install and de-install art exhibitions, arrange logistics for multiple artists, assist with documentation of exhibitions for the purposed of publication, organize community engagement activities, and designing/producing promotional materials. The Intern will work closely with artists on exhibitions.
The ideal candidate will have graduated from a post-secondary program in arts education, cultural management, arts administration, communications, or a related field of study. They must have a strong commitment to art and to the arts community. The candidate must be familiar with basic computer and word processing skills (MS office), and some familiarity with Creative Suite is an asset. Other assets include familiarity with art exhibition, documentation, and the production of promotional material.
The ideal candidate will have an enthusiastic attitude about the contribution of the arts to the community; will have excellent organizational skills, and excellent oral and written community skills.
A criminal record check is required to work with children.

To apply, or to get more information, please send an e-mail to director@comoxvalleyartgallery.com. Applications should include a covering letter and a resume. Samples of previous work are welcome.
Application deadline is August 16, 2018.

 
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Production And Communication Coordinator [Courtenay] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=897DF0F69D00536DA098E108A382184F?careerId=1336  

Production And Communication Coordinator

    
 

Job Title:

 

Production And Communication Coordinator

 
 

Organization:

 

Comox Valley Art Gallery

 

Job Type:

Contract

 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

Courtenay, BC

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

2018-08-16

 

Job Start Date:

2018-09-04

 

Date Posted:

 

2018-08-02

 

Email:

director@comoxvalleyartgallery.com

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

http://www.comoxvalleyartgallery.com/get-involved/ 

 
 

Salary:

 

20-40 hrs/wk $15-20/hr

 
 

Job Description:

 


1 year contract with possibility for extension into permanent position
Reporting to the Curator, this position is responsible to coordinate and support artists engaged in CVAG Creative programming and residencies. This involves:
Communicating with producing artists to determine production and communication needs
Providing direct support to artists in production, including:
Technical support
Community collaboration support
Administrative support
Publication/communication support
Following-up with Artists post-residency as needed
Linking Creative Residencies with CVAG systems, including production platforms, housing platforms, communication platforms, public events, and presentation/exhibition platforms.
Overseeing the work of Production and Communication –based staff and interns.
Overseeing the production of publications, including witness practice and documentation, procuring text and images, coordinating and organizing these within a design concept, etc.
Requirements
This position requires a broad range of technical/production skills, and a working knowledge of multiple production and creative practice approaches. It requires strong organizational skills, and a commitment to team-building through communication. Required skills include:
Working knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite (CS6 and Cloud platforms)
Working knowledge of exhibition and event production
Working knowledge of presentation/production equipment, including audio and video recording and playback equipment, interactive platforms, pa systems, streaming, sensors, projectors, media players, video production gear, etc.
Demonstrated history of working in a range of production platforms, including social media, web, and interactive time-based platforms
Working knowledge of MS Office, Outlook, enews
Strong writing and administrative skills
Strong community-development/collaboration skills
This position serves as a coordinating ‘hub’ within our organization. It connects all presentation and production programming with other key areas of our organization, and paves the way for artistic programming to have significant impact within our organization and community.

To apply, or to get more information, please send an e-mail to director@comoxvalleyartgallery.com. Applications should include a covering letter and a resume. Samples of previous work are welcome.
Application deadline is August 16, 2018.

 
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Shop & Community Services Hub Coordinator [Courtenay] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=897DF0F69D00536DA098E108A382184F?careerId=1337  

Shop & Community Services Hub Coordinator

    
 

Job Title:

 

Shop & Community Services Hub Coordinator

 
 

Organization:

 

Comox Valley Art Gallery

 

Job Type:

Contract

 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

Courtenay, BC

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

2018-08-16

 

Job Start Date:

2018-09-04

 

Date Posted:

 

2018-08-02

 

Email:

director@comoxvalleyartgallery.com

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

http://www.comoxvalleyartgallery.com/get-involved/

 
 

Salary:

 

20-40 hrs/wk $16-20/hr

 
 

Job Description:

 


1 year contract with possibility for extension into permanent position
Reporting to the Executive Director, the newly-created Shop & Community Services Hub Coordinator serves as a front-line staff member whose relationship-building acumen, adaptive stance, high-level organization and project management skills (including strong financial management and communication skills) propel the organization towards its strategic community-building goals.
This position manages the front reception hub, including the front desk and shop. This involves:
Developing and maintaining a strong visitor engagement protocol;
Serving as the face of the gallery/shop – welcoming visitors, providing information about Gallery events and services, selling product;
Managing reception/retail staff and volunteers;
Managing product selection processes and artist relationships;
Monitoring and reporting on the financial health of the shop;
Developing new opportunities for the shop and visitor services functions through collaborative consultation and pursuit of the strategic plan goals;
Developing and coordinating special events related to local ‘maker culture’ –such as the Winter / Summer Art Market, ‘maker’ events, etc.;
Developing and maintaining an online presence for the shop.
Assisting with image processing, layout and design for both the gallery and shop
The Shop & Community Services Hub Coordinator also provides the following community services:
Volunteer relationships, scheduling and management;
Donor and volunteer appreciation;
Event hospitality;
Community fundraising.
This position is furthermore responsible to ensure the day-to-day cleanliness and functionality of the gallery/shop. This includes:
Ensuring that the facility is properly prepared, opened and closed each day (ie: as related to the physical space occupied by staff and gallery programs, artwork and audio visual equipment).
Required Skills:
We are looking for a dynamic individual with a strong commitment to creative community (and in particular maker culture), an interest in the gallery and its direction and a can-do attitude. A degree in arts, arts management, and/or business administration is desired, as is a strong history of working in a front-line visitor services and management/coordination position. Fluency in MS Office and Outlook as well as base-level knowledge in Adobe Creative Suite is required).

To apply, or to get more information, please send an e-mail to director@comoxvalleyartgallery.com. Applications should include a covering letter and a resume.
Application deadline is August 16, 2018.

 
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Archivist, Digital Archives [Montreal] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=897DF0F69D00536DA098E108A382184F?careerId=1338  

Archivist, Digital Archives

    
 

Job Title:

 

Archivist, Digital Archives

 
 

Organization:

 

Canadian Centre for Architecture

 

Job Type:

Contractual (3 years), full time (35hrs/week)

 

Language Required:

 

Ability to work effectively in French and English

 
 

Location:

 

MONTREAl, QC

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

2018-08-26

 

Job Start Date:

2018-08-27

 

Date Posted:

 

2018-08-02

 

Email:

rh@cca.qc.ca

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

www.cca.qc.ca

 
 

Salary:

 

according to salary scale

 
 

Job Description:

 


Job Identification
Job title : Archivist, Digital Archives (2nd posting)
Division : Collection
Immediate superior : Associate Director, Collection
Status : Contractual (3 years), full time (35hrs/week)
Posting period: July 30 to August 26, 2018
Job entry : As soon as possible

Job Summary

The responsibilities of this job include the supervision, coordination and monitoring of the archival projects, and specifically the born-digital archives. The incumbent oversees and develops local practices for managing born-digital material held and acquired by the CCA and assists in the strategic direction of acquisition, preservation, and access to born-digital and paper-based archives. The incumbent serves as the local manager of Archivematica, and coordinate support and development of the CCA’s digital repository with the IT department and Artefactual Systems. The incumbent plays a key role in the documentation of archives through the development of standards and procedures, classification and description and works closely with the Digital division in developing a digital culture at the CCA.

For full job description, please consult our website, section «Work with us» at www.cca.qc.ca/en/about

Please submit your application before August 27, 2018 by email: rh@cca.qc.ca to the attention of Human Resources, Canadian Centre for Architecture, 1920 Baile Street, Montreal (Quebec) H3H 2S6. Only successful applicants will be contacted. Please do not call. The CCA is an equal opportunity employer.

 
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Archiviste, Archives numériques [Montréal] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=897DF0F69D00536DA098E108A382184F?careerId=1339  

Archiviste, Archives numériques

    
 

Titre:

 

 Archiviste, Archives numériques

 
 

Organisme:

 

Centre Canadien d’Architecture

 

Type de l'emploi:

Contractuel (3 ans), temps plein (35 heures/semaine)

 

Langue requise pour l'emploi:

 

Capacité de travailler efficacement en français et en anglais

 
 

Lieu:

 

Montréal, Qc

 
 

Date limite:

 

2018-08-26 

 
 

Date de début:

 

2018-08-27

 

Date d'affichage

2018-08-02 

Courriel:

rh@cca.qc.ca

 

Adresse URL de l'organisme:

 

www.cca.qc.ca

 
 

Salaire:

 

selon échelle salariale

 
 

Description de l'emploi :

 

Identification de l’emploi

Titre du poste : Archiviste, Archives numériques (2e affichage)
Division : Collection
Supérieur immédiat : Directeur Associé, Collection
Statut : Contractuel (3 ans), temps plein (35 heures/semaine)
Période d’affichage : Du 30 juillet au 26 août 2018
Entrée en poste : Dès que possible

Sommaire de l’emploi

Les responsabilités de cet emploi sont entre autres de superviser, de coordonner et d’assurer le suivi des projets d’archives dans la collection du CCA, plus précisément les archives nées numériques. Pour les documents d’origine numérique acquis et détenus par le CCA, le titulaire du poste est chargé d’établir les meilleures pratiques de gestion de ces documents. Il contribue à l’établissement des directives stratégiques d’acquisition, de préservation et d’accès aux archives papier et celles nées numériques. Le titulaire du poste agit à titre de gestionnaire local d’Archivematica et coordonne le soutien et le développement du dépôt numérique du CCA, en collaboration avec le département des TI et Artefactual Systems. Le titulaire du poste joue un rôle clé dans la documentation des archives, en développant des normes et des procédures, ainsi qu’un système de classification et de description et travaille de concert avec la division Numérique dans le développement d’une culture numérique au CCA.

Pour la description d’emploi complète, veuillez consulter notre site web, section «Travailler avec nous» à www.cca.qc.ca/fr/a-propos

L’utilisation du genre masculin n’a pour but que d'alléger le texte et comprend le genre féminin.

Veuillez soumettre votre candidature avant le 27 août 2018 à l’attention du Service des Ressources humaines, Centre Canadien d’Architecture, 1920, rue Baile, Montréal (Québec) H3H 2S6, par courriel : rh@cca.qc.ca. Seuls les candidats retenus seront contactés. Veuillez ne pas téléphoner.
Le CCA a une politique d’équité en matière d’emploi.

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Head, Collections Services and Information Management [Gatineau] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=897DF0F69D00536DA098E108A382184F?careerId=1340  

Head, Collections Services and Information Management

    
 

Job Title:

 

Head, Collections Services and Information Management

 
 

Organization:

 

Canadian Museum of Nature

 

Job Type:

Permanent

 

Language Required:

 

Bilingual (french and english) at an intermediate level

 
 

Location:

 

Gatineau, Quebec (Aylmer sector)

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

2018-08-31

 

Job Start Date:

2018-10-01

 

Date Posted:

 

2018-08-02

 

Email:

competition@nature.ca

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

www.nature.ca 

 
 

Salary:

 

$77,773 to $95,383 per year

 
 

Job Description:

 


Reporting to the Vice-President, Research and Collections, the Head of Collections Services and Information Management is responsible for all functions related to the registration of museum natural sciences collections and related assets, intellectual property, the Library and Archives, and all functions related to specimen conservation. This leadership role includes the development and delivery of appropriate policies, processes and services that are aligned with the Museum’s strategies and with Government of Canada policies and practices for Crown Corporations.

As the Registrar, the incumbent is the primary contact at the CMN for an up-to-date understanding of museum issues related to collections data, information and registration. The Head, Collections Services and Information Management works closely with the Section Heads within Research and Collections, the Curators, Information Technology Team and the Museum’s Website team in relation to web-based functions, and the content and technology related to the digitization of the national collection. The Head, Collections Services and Information Management ensures that all information recorded about the national collection is representative of the most accurate scientific understanding, secure, distributed broadly, and freely accessible. The position is the Museum’s liaison with related service providers, such as eSolutions for our collections online and Axiel for KE Emu, the backbone of our Collection Information Management System.

SEND YOUR APPLICATION BY E-MAIL TO:
Email : competition@nature.ca

State competition NO. 2090-18-CMN-OC-027. The job description and statement of qualifications are available by contacting the above e-mail address. *Candidates must be legally entitled to work in Canada.

NOTE
All candidates must submit a cover letter and c.v. outlining how their experience and training meet the basic requirements listed above.

Please note that only candidates who are selected for the next stage of the selection process will be contacted. As a result of this competition, we may establish an eligibility list of potential candidates that may serve to staff similar positions.

The Canadian Museum of Nature is committed to developing inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environments. If contacted in relation to a job opportunity or testing, please advise the Human Resources Advisor in a timely fashion of the accommodation measures which must be taken to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner. Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.

 
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Conservateur, Livres [Montréal] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=897DF0F69D00536DA098E108A382184F?careerId=1341  

Conservateur, Livres

    
 

Titre:

 

 Conservateur, Livres

 
 

Organisme:

 

Centre Canadien d’Architecture

 

Type de l'emploi:

Permanent à temps complet (35hrs/semaine)

 

Langue requise pour l'emploi:

 

Excellentes connaissances du français et de l'anglais oral et écrit

 
 

Lieu:

 

Montréal, Qc

 
 

Date limite:

 

2018-09-03 

 
 

Date de début:

 

2018-09-04

 

Date d'affichage

2018-08-03 

Courriel:

rh@cca.qc.ca

 

Adresse URL de l'organisme:

 

www.cca.qc.ca

 
 

Salaire:

 

selon échelle salariale

 
 

Description de l'emploi :

 

Identification de l’emploi
Titre de l’emploi : Conservateur, Livres (2e affichage)
Division : Collection
Supérieur immédiat : Directeur Associé, Collection
Statut : Permanent à temps complet (35hrs/semaine)
Période d’affichage : Du 30 juillet au 3 septembre 2018
Entrée en poste : Dès que possible

Sommaire de l’emploi

Les responsabilités principales de cet emploi consistent à développer une stratégie cohérente et à long terme pour les acquisitions de la bibliothèque relatives à la direction curatoriale et aux différentes acquisitions de la Collection. Le titulaire du poste planifie, coordonne et gère tous les aspects de l'acquisition des objets de collection de la bibliothèque. Par conséquent, il collabore activement avec les divisions curatoriale et éditoriale, les divisions de la collection et de la recherche ainsi que la librairie et l'équipe de la collection.

Principales responsabilités de l’emploi

Acquisitions de la bibliothèque
• En collaboration avec les divisions curatoriale, éditoriale, de la collection et de la recherche, coordonner, planifier, développer et gérer tous les aspects de l'acquisition de la collection de la bibliothèque. Proposer des pistes de recherche et des perspectives d'acquisition
• Gérer et coordonner le programme international d'échange des publications en collaboration avec le Directeur associé, Collection, en fonction des projets curatoriaux et des acquisitions de la Collection
• Collaborer étroitement avec l'équipe de la librairie pour les commandes et pour la présentation des sélections curatoriales
• Rechercher activement les nouveaux éditeurs, distributeurs et fournisseurs
• Gérer et effectuer le suivi des opérations et des budgets des acquisitions de la bibliothèque
• Superviser l'Assistant, Acquisition et travailler en étroite collaboration avec le Chef, Accès à la Collection pour améliorer l'accès à la Collection
• Préparer les documents pour les douanes et négocier avec les courtiers et les compagnies de livraison
• Gérer le plan des ordres permanents: sélectionner les titres de périodiques pour les ordres permanents, mettre en place les ordres permanents et effectuer le suivi des documents en plusieurs volumes et des périodiques pour compléter les fonds de la bibliothèque
• Traiter avec les donateurs qui souhaitent faire un don d'objets, en fournissant et en organisant des évaluations au besoin

Stratégie de développement de la Collection
• Travailler en étroite collaboration avec les équipes curatoriale, éditoriale et recherche en discutant de leurs projets. Développer une stratégie cohérente pour la collection qui répond aux besoins divers et changeants du CCA
• Collaborer avec l'équipe de la librairie du CCA pour maintenir les publications récentes à jour et échanger les informations sur les publications
• Participer aux tests, à l'évaluation, à l'approbation et à l'implantation de nouveaux logiciels ainsi qu'à la mise à jour du système intégré en ligne de la bibliothèque


Qualifications requises pour l’emploi

• Niveau de scolarité: Maîtrise en Bibliothéconomie et en sciences de l'information (MBSI) obtenue dans une institution reconnue par l'ALA et un diplôme (de premier cycle) en histoire de l'architecture ou histoire de l'art ou autre discipline connexe en sciences humaines
• Nombre d'années d'expérience pertinente: 3 à 5 ans
• Excellentes connaissances du français et de l'anglais oral et écrit
• Bonne compréhension du débat contemporain en architecture
• Excellentes compétences de recherche
• Connaissance en bibliographie architecturale
• Aisance pour manipuler des objets de collection fragiles et précieux
• Bonne compréhension de l’édition et des développements numériques
• Bonne compréhension du marché des livres épuisés
• Bonne compréhension des bases de données d’acquisition

Veuillez soumettre votre candidature avant le 4 septembre 2018 par courriel : rh@cca.qc.ca.à l’attention du Service des Ressources humaines, CCA, 1920, rue Baile, Montréal (Québec) H3H 2S6, Seuls les candidats retenus seront contactés. Le CCA a une politique d’équité en matière d’emploi. L’utilisation du genre masculin n’a pour but que d'alléger le texte et comprend le genre féminin.
Pour connaître toutes les opportunités d’emploi au CCA, visitez notre site web.

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Curator, Books [Montreal] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=897DF0F69D00536DA098E108A382184F?careerId=1342  

Curator, Books

    
 

Job Title:

 

Curator, Books

 
 

Organization:

 

Canadian Centre for Architecture

 

Job Type:

Permanent, full time (35hrs/week)

 

Language Required:

 

Excellent knowledge of spoken and written French and English is essential

 
 

Location:

 

Montreal, Qc

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

2018-09-03

 

Job Start Date:

2018-09-04

 

Date Posted:

 

2018-08-03

 

Email:

rh@cca.qc.ca

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

www.cca.qc.ca

 
 

Salary:

 

according to salary scale

 
 

Job Description:

 


Job identification

Job Title : Curator, Books (2nd posting)
Division : Collection
Immediate superior : Associate Director, Collection
Status : Permanent, full time (35hrs/week)
Posting period : July 30 to September 3, 2018
Job entry : As soon as possible

Job Summary

The key responsibilities of this job are to develop a coherent long term strategy for library acquisitions that relates to the curatorial direction and other Collection acquisitions. The incumbent plans, coordinates and manages all aspects of the acquisition of library collection materials. In doing so, the incumbent collaborates actively with the curatorial, editorial, collection and research divisions, as well as with the bookstore and Collection team.


Key responsibilities

Library acquisitions
• In collaboration with the curatorial, editorial, collection and research divisions, coordinates, plans, develops and manages all aspects of the acquisition of the library collection, and proposes lines of investigation and acquisition
• Manages and coordinates in collaboration with the Associate Director, Collection, the international exchange program of publications, in relation to curatorial projects and Collection acquisitions
• Collaborates closely with the bookstore staff on ordering and on curatorial selections to be presented
• Actively scouts for new publishers, distributors and vendors
• Manages and monitors the library acquisition operations and budgets
• Supervises the Acquisition, Assistant and works closely with the Head, Collection Access to improve access to the Collection
• Prepares customs documentation and negotiate with brokers and delivery firms
• Manages the standing order plan, selecting series titles for standing order, setting up standing orders and traces multi-volume sets and series to complete library holdings
• Deals with donors who wish to donate material, providing or arranging evaluations as required

Collection development strategy
• Works closely with curatorial, editorial and research staff in discussing their projects and develops a coherent collection development strategy that responds to CCA’s diverse and changing research needs
• Collaborates with CCA Bookstore staff to maintain currency in recent publications and to exchange information on publications
• Participates in the testing, evaluation, approval and implementation of new software and upgrades to the Library’s integrated online system


Required qualifications

• Education: Master of Library and Information Science (MLIS) degree from an ALA accredited institution and an (under) graduate degree in the history of architecture or art or a related discipline in the humanities
• Number of years of relevant work experience: 3 to 5 years
• Excellent knowledge of spoken and written French and English is essential
• Good understanding of the contemporary debate in architecture
• Excellent research skills
• Familiarity with architectural bibliography
• Facility in handling fragile and precious collection materials
• Good understanding of electronic publishing and digital developments
• Good understanding of the out of print book market
• Good understanding of acquisition databases

Please submit your application before September 4, 2018 by email: rh@cca.qc.ca to the attention of Human Resources, CCA, 1920 Baile Street, Montreal (Quebec) H3H 2S6. Only successful applicants will be contacted. The CCA is an equal opportunity employer.

For all CCA existing job opportunities, visit our website.


 
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Chef, Service des collections et gestion de l'information [Gatineau] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=897DF0F69D00536DA098E108A382184F?careerId=1343  

Chef, Service des collections et gestion de l'information

    
 

Titre:

 

 Chef, Service des collections et gestion de l'information

 
 

Organisme:

 

Musée canadien de la nature

 

Type de l'emploi:

Permanent à temps plein

 

Langue requise pour l'emploi:

 

Bilingue (français et anglais à un niveau intermédiaire)

 
 

Lieu:

 

Gatineau, Québec (secteur Aylmer)

 
 

Date limite:

 

2018-08-31 

 
 

Date de début:

 

2018-10-01

 

Date d'affichage

2018-08-03 

Courriel:

competition@nature.ca

 

Adresse URL de l'organisme:

 

www.nature.ca 

 
 

Salaire:

 

77,773 $ à 95,383 $ par année

 
 

Description de l'emploi :

 

Relevant du Vice-président, Recherche et collections, le chef des Services des collections et de gestion de l’information est responsable de toutes les fonctions relatives à l’enregistrement des collections de sciences naturelles du Musée et des biens qui s’y rapportent, de la propriété intellectuelle, de la bibliothèque et des archives, et de toutes les fonctions inhérentes à la conservation des spécimens. Le rôle de leader comprend l’élaboration et la présentation des politiques appropriées, des procédures et des services qui sont en harmonie avec les stratégies du Musée et avec les politiques du Gouvernement canadien pour les Sociétés d’état.

En tant que Registraire, le candidat est la première personne contact du MCN pour une compréhension à jour des problèmes du Musée liés aux données de collections, à l’information et à l’enregistrement. Le chef, Services des collections et gestion de l’information travaille en étroite collaboration avec les Chefs de section parmi la division de Recherche et collections, les conservateurs, l’équipe de Gestion de l’information et technologie et avec l’équipe du site Web en ce qui concerne les fonctions du Web, et de la technologie relative à la numérisation de la collection nationale. Le chef, Services de collections et de gestion de l’information assure que toute l’information enregistrée de la collection nationale représente la description scientifique la plus juste, qu’elle est protégée, distribuée sur une grande échelle, et accessible librement. Le poste est la personne-ressource du Musée avec les fournisseurs de services afférents, par exemple avec nos collections en ligne à eSolutions, et avec Axiel pour KE Emu, la base de notre Système de gestion d’information des collections.

FAIRE PARVENIR VOTRE DEMANDE PAR COURREIL ÉLECTRONIQUE À :
Courriel : competition@nature.ca

Numéro de concours 2090-18-CMN-OC-027. *Les candidats doivent être légalement autorisés à travailler au Canada. La description de poste ainsi que l’énoncé de qualité peut être obtenu en communiquant avec l’adresse électronique ci-dessus.

NOTE
Tous les candidats doivent fournir une lettre de présentation et un c.v. dans laquelle ils précisent comment leur expérience et leur formation satisfont aux exigences de base mentionnées ci-dessus.

Veuillez noter que nous communiquerons uniquement avec les candidats retenus pour la prochaine étape de la sélection. Ce concours pourrait permettre l’établissement d’une liste d’éligibilité de candidats potentiels qui pourra servir à la dotation de postes similaires.

Le Musée canadien de la nature s'est engagé à instaurer des processus de sélection et un milieu de travail inclusifs et exempts d'obstacles. Si l'on communique avec vous au sujet d'une possibilité d'emploi ou pour des examens, veuillez faire part à la conseillère des ressources humaines, en temps opportun, de vos besoins pour lesquels des mesures d'adaptation doivent être prises pour vous permettre une évaluation juste et équitable. Les renseignements reçus au sujet de mesures d'adaptation seront traités confidentiellement.


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Curatorial Intern [Oshawa] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=897DF0F69D00536DA098E108A382184F?careerId=1344  

Curatorial Intern

    
 

Job Title:

 

Curatorial Intern

 
 

Organization:

 

Canadian Automotive Museum

 

Job Type:

Contract

 

Language Required:

 

English

 
 

Location:

 

Oshawa, ON

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

2018-09-14

 

Job Start Date:

2018-10-01

 

Date Posted:

 

2018-08-03

 

Email:

jobs@canadianautomotivemuseum.com

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

www.canadianautomotivemuseum.com

 
 

Salary:

 

$$16/hr

 
 

Job Description:

 


The Canadian Automotive Museum (CAM), located in Oshawa, Ontario has exhibited the story of the automobile in Canada since 1963. Home to the world’s most significant collection of Canadian cars, the museum tells the unique story of the automobile in Canada.

Job Summary

The Canadian Automotive Museum (CAM) seeks a Curatorial Intern to assist with the development of new interpretive materials for the museum’s North Gallery that will highlight the international importance of 18 vehicles on display, including a 1926 Ahrens-Fox fire truck, a 1983 DeLorean, and 1960 Rolls-Royce limousine. The selected candidate will gain hands-on experience in exhibit planning, curatorial research, and content development.

Duties & Responsibilities

Research 18 automobiles and motorcycles.
Write exhibit text and create display panels.
Select images and obtain reproduction rights.
Write and post blog entries, website content, newsletter articles, and social media updates related to exhibit content.
Develop guided tour of the North Gallery.
Maintain collections records and project files.
Assist with additional curatorial tasks as they arise.

Qualifications:

A Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or refugee entitled to work in Canada.
Be between 16 and 30 years of age at the start of employment.
Recent graduate who has graduated from college or university within the last 24 months at the start of employment.
Have not previously participated in or been paid under this or any other Career Focus internship program funded under the Government of Canada's Youth Employment Strategy.
Preference given to candidates with a background in Museum Studies, history, automotive engineering, or a similar field with experience working in a museum or library setting.
Strong attention to detail.
Reading ability of French.
General knowledge of automobiles and 20th century history.

Competencies:

Technology: Use online research tools, digitization technology, and web based media.
Communications: Interact with others via email, phone, and in-person discussion.
Organization: Track projects and measurable outcomes.
Customer Service: Work with the public both in-person and virtually.

This position is contingent on successful funding from Young Canada Works at Building Careers in Heritage. The Canadian Automotive Museum is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from all qualified candidates.

Positions Available: 1

Duration: 24 weeks (October 1, 2018 – March 29, 2019), 37.5 hours/week

Salary: $16/hour

Hours: Monday-Friday 9am to 5pm

To apply, email a cover letter, resume, and three references, and a writing sample to jobs@canadianautomotivemuseum.com by 5pm on Friday, September 14, 2018.

 
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Executive Director [Ottawa] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=897DF0F69D00536DA098E108A382184F?careerId=1345  

Executive Director

    
 

Job Title:

 

Executive Director

 
 

Organization:

 

Canadian Museums Association

 

Job Type:

Permanent

 

Language Required:

 

Bilingual

 
 

Location:

 

Ottawa, ON

 
 

Application Deadline:

 

2018-09-30

 

Job Start Date:

N/A

 

Date Posted:

 

2018-08-03

 

Email:

CMA@ArtsConsulting.com

 

Web Link to Institution:

 

N/A

 
 

Salary:

 

Competitive salary and benefits package

 
 

Job Description:

 


Position
Reporting to the CMA board of directors, the Executive Director will provide the strategic leadership and public
advocacy needed to fulfill the CMA’s mission and vision while embodying its values. The Executive Director will
embrace the CMA’s four guiding principles in serving as a champion for the public value of museums and heritage
organizations and the numerous citizens that those entities serve. A highly visible individual responsible for
advancing the CMA's policy agenda, the Executive Director will cultivate resources, develop relationships, and
provide programs that are beneficial to museums and heritage organizations. Working in both official languages,
the Executive Director will collaborate with the board of directors, members, staff, and partners. This individual will
travel throughout Canada and internationally, as required, to develop and fulfill the CMA's strategic plan and to
sustain the organization as an innovative professional association.
Roles and Responsibilities
Public Visibility and Advocacy
▪ Serve as the spokesperson for the CMA and for museums, delivering the message of their value to the public,
including policy makers, partners, and the media.
▪ Set and attain federal policy and advocacy objectives, in consultation with the CMA board, that advance
museums and heritage organizations.
▪ Cultivate productive working relationships with Canadian Heritage and members of Parliament, especially those
playing key roles relating to appropriations and priority policy issues.
▪ Foster planning and policy collaborations between Canadian Heritage, Provincial Heritage Associations, and
other national and provincial partners to represent the interests of museums nationally.
▪ Exemplify and propagate best practices in cultural advocacy at the federal, provincial, and municipal levels.
▪ Build alliances with and present to other organizations in the museum and heritage policy arenas that strengthen
the CMA and provincial and regional associations.
▪ Develop and maintain strong relationships with indigenous peoples and exemplify Truth and Reconciliation
standards in meeting the museum sector’s far reaching role.
▪ Embrace other public visibility and advocacy roles and responsibilities, as needed.
Member Relations and Support
▪ Communicate regularly with CMA members and foster high levels of member involvement, satisfaction, and
retention.
▪ Develop industry research and analytical tools that add value and knowledge to and for the museum sector.
▪ Serve as a trusted advisor, resource, mentor, and thought leader for museums, heritage organizations, and
their allies.
▪ Maintain a deep knowledge of significant developments and environmental trends affecting museums.
▪ Facilitate consultative decision making and effective policy-driven governance.
▪ Promote the benefits of CMA membership to a wide range of urban and rural museums, business partners,
museum professionals, and others who support the museum field.
▪ Develop and maintain strong relationships with culturally diverse communities nationally.
▪ Embrace other member relations and support roles and responsibilities, as needed.
Resource Identification and Cultivation
▪ Ensure a collaborative relationship with Canadian Heritage in enhancing the public and financial support for the
CMA and its members.
▪ Develop and diversify the financial resources necessary to fulfill the CMA's strategic plan and ensure future
stability and sustainability.
▪ Lead fund development efforts that secure memberships, government support, business partnerships,
sponsorships, and philanthropic contributions.
▪ Cultivate, maintain, and enhance relationships with current and potential contributors.
▪ Embrace other resource identification and cultivation roles and responsibilities, as needed.
Planning and Management
▪ Oversee the CMA's strategic planning and plan fulfillment, including programs and services, communication,
evaluation, and operations.
▪ Guide, supervise, and evaluate all organizational operations and personnel, delegating such authority as is
deemed appropriate to other senior staff.
▪ Mentor the staff, maintaining a positive, productive, and collaborative working environment.
▪ Oversee and ensure adherence to the CMA's personnel policies, procedures, and performance standards.
▪ Ensure that the CMA, as a steward of public and private resources, exemplifies excellence and demonstrates
accountability, transparency, and compliance with federal, provincial, and municipal regulations.
▪ Embrace other planning and management roles and responsibilities, as needed.
Traits and Characteristics
A passionate and knowledgeable advocate for the museum and heritage sector and underlying museological policy,
the CMA’s Executive Director will have a well-rounded set of competencies that is distinguishable from others in
the field. As a persuasive leader with the ability to set and attain goals, the Executive Director will have a clear focus
on the CMA’s role in serving its members and interact with members of Parliament and Cabinet Ministers. With a
contagious enthusiasm for the museum and heritage sector and the work of CMA members, the Executive Director
will have the leadership capacity to move initiatives forward through the mobilization of numerous stakeholders.
The Executive Director will have superior conceptual thinking capabilities, with the ability to proactively analyze
abstract concepts and scenarios and thereafter establish specific, measurable, attainable, reviewable, and time
sensitive (SMART) goals and objectives that achieve results. The Executive Director will deeply recognize, respect,
and actively promote diversity in all its forms, including with and for indigenous peoples, cultures, and communities.
Genuinely appreciating the geographical, cultural, and ideological differences of a wide array of stakeholders who
come from all backgrounds and political parties will be equally important.
Traits and Characteristics
A passionate and knowledgeable advocate for the museum and heritage sector and underlying museological policy,
the CMA’s Executive Director will have a well-rounded set of competencies that is distinguishable from others in
the field. As a persuasive leader with the ability to set and attain goals, the Executive Director will have a clear focus
on the CMA’s role in serving its members and interact with members of Parliament and Cabinet Ministers. With a
contagious enthusiasm for the museum and heritage sector and the work of CMA members, the Executive Director
will have the leadership capacity to move initiatives forward through the mobilization of numerous stakeholders.
The Executive Director will have superior conceptual thinking capabilities, with the ability to proactively analyze
abstract concepts and scenarios and thereafter establish specific, measurable, attainable, reviewable, and time
sensitive (SMART) goals and objectives that achieve results. The Executive Director will deeply recognize, respect,
and actively promote diversity in all its forms, including with and for indigenous peoples, cultures, and communities.
Genuinely appreciating the geographical, cultural, and ideological differences of a wide array of stakeholders who
come from all backgrounds and political parties will be equally important.
An experienced, self-assured, and dynamic leader with extensive knowledge and experience in public policy, the
Executive Director will demonstrate exemplary team building capabilities, exceptional management expertise,
ingenuity, dedication, enthusiasm, humour, and energy. The Executive Director will be politically savvy and forward
thinking, with a focus on how museums and heritage organizations best contribute to the progress of society.
Other key competencies include:
▪ Leadership and Teamwork – The capacity to organize and motivate others to accomplish goals while creating
a sense of order, direction, and active participation among a variety of stakeholders.
▪ Customer Focus and Diplomacy – The tenacity to commit to customer satisfaction, with a high value on
multiple stakeholder needs and the ability to anticipate challenges and develop appropriate solutions, build
rapport, and relate well to all kinds of people regardless of cultural background.
▪ Interpersonal Skills – The flexibility to communicate persuasively and effectively to individuals and groups of
all sizes through presentations, discussions, remarks, and written and verbal communications.
▪ Planning and Priority Management – The dexterity to work within established timeframes and ascertain top
priorities for optimum productivity with policies, procedures, systems, and structures that result in mobilizing
resources to achieve significant outcomes.
▪ Personal Accountability – The ability to accept responsibility for actions and decisions, inspire others, build
trust, and acknowledge responsibility to be accountable for personal actions and professional decisions.

Qualifications
Qualified applicants must have a bachelor’s degree, with a master’s degree strongly preferred, and a minimum of
eight to 10 years of executive experience in relevant association, government, or nonprofit leadership. Experience
in public policy development and a successful advocacy track record at the federal, provincial, or municipal level is
required. A deep understanding of and sensitivity to the political environment in which the CMA and its members
function is needed. Leading candidates will be bilingual (English/French) Canadian citizens or permanent residents
and have broad knowledge of the museum and heritage sector, particularly the public benefits and roles that
government agencies and philanthropic support play in advancing positive impacts nationwide.

Please submit a letter and resume with a summary of demonstrable accomplishments (electronic submissions
preferred) to:
Bruce D. Thibodeau, DBA
President
2 Toronto Street, Suite 217
Toronto, Ontario M5C 2B5
Tel (888) 234.4236 Ext. 201
Email CMA@ArtsConsulting.com

 
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Directrice générale ou Directeur général [Ottawa] https://museums.ca/client/career/careerDetail.html;jsessionid=897DF0F69D00536DA098E108A382184F?careerId=1346  

Directrice générale ou directeur général

    
 

Titre:

 

 Directrice générale ou directeur général

 
 

Organisme:

 

Association des musées canadiens

 

Type de l'emploi:

Permanent

 

Langue requise pour l'emploi:

 

Bilingue

 
 

Lieu:

 

Ottawa, ON

 
 

Date limite:

 

2018-09-30 

 
 

Date de début:

 

N/A

 

Date d'affichage

2018-08-03 

Courriel:

CMA@ArtsConsulting.com 

 

Adresse URL de l'organisme:

 

 
 

Salaire:

 

salaire concurrentiel et une gamme complète d’avantages sociaux 

 
 

Description de l'emploi :

 

Poste
Sous la responsabilité du conseil d’administration de l’AMC, la directrice générale ou le directeur général assure la
direction stratégique et la défense des intérêts de l’association en conformité avec sa mission, sa vision et ses
valeurs. La personne titulaire du poste adhère aux quatre principes directeurs de l’AMC, se faisant le champion de
la valorisation des musées et des organismes du patrimoine dans l’intérêt public des citoyens et des citoyennes
qu’ils desservent. Jouissant d’une grande visibilité qu’elle met à contribution pour faire progresser les intérêts
stratégiques de l’AMC, elle voit à la saine gestion des ressources, à l’établissement de relations et à la mise en
oeuvre de programmes bénéfiques pour les musées et les organismes du patrimoine. Utilisant les deux langues
officielles dans son travail, elle collabore avec le conseil d’administration, les membres, le personnel et les
partenaires. Elle se déplace à l’intérieur et à l’extérieur du Canada selon la nécessité qu’impose la réalisation du
plan stratégique de l’AMC et le caractère d’association professionnelle novatrice de l’association.
Association des musées canadiens – directrice générale ou directeur général 
Rôles et responsabilités
Visibilité et défense des intérêts
▪ Agir en qualité de porte-parole de l’AMC et des musées, afin de défendre et de développer leurs intérêts auprès
du public, y compris les décideurs, les partenaires et les médias;
▪ Établir et atteindre des objectifs en matière de défense d’intérêts et d’amélioration des politiques fédérales, en
consultation avec le conseil d’administration de l’AMC, pour l’avancement des musées et des organismes du
patrimoine;
▪ Entretenir des relations de travail productives avec Patrimoine canadien, les ministres et les députés, surtout
avec ceux dont le rôle est lié aux affectations budgétaires et aux enjeux stratégiques prioritaires;
▪ Favoriser la collaboration en matière de planification et de politiques entre Patrimoine canadien, les
associations provinciales du patrimoine et d’autres partenaires nationaux et provinciaux afin de représenter les
intérêts des musées partout au Canada;
▪ Utiliser et disséminer les meilleures pratiques en matière de défense des intérêts culturels à l’échelle nationale,
provinciale et municipale;
▪ Forger et entretenir des alliances avec d’autres organisations des secteurs muséal et de la politique
patrimoniale afin de renforcer l’AMC et les associations provinciales et régionales;
▪ Établir et entretenir de solides relations avec les peuples autochtones et exercer le rôle critique du secteur
muséal dans le respect des normes de Vérité et réconciliation;
▪ Assumer d’autres rôles et responsabilités en matière de visibilité et de défense des intérêts, au besoin.
Relations avec les membres et soutien
▪ Communiquer régulièrement avec les membres de l’AMC et favoriser de hauts degrés d’engagement, de
satisfaction et de rétention;.
▪ Élaborer des outils de recherche et d’analyse qui permettent d’accroître la valeur et le savoir du secteur;
▪ Agir en tant que conseiller, personne-ressource, mentor et chef de file éclairé pour les musées, les organismes
du patrimoine et leurs alliés;
▪ Posséder et tenir à jour de solides connaissances sur les avancées et les tendances environnementales
touchant les musées;
▪ Faciliter une prise de décision concertée et une gouvernance fondée sur les politiques efficace;
▪ Faire valoir les avantages de l’adhésion à l’AMC auprès d’un large éventail de musées urbains et ruraux, de
partenaires d’affaires, de professionnels des musées et d’autres personnes qui soutiennent le secteur muséal;
▪ Établir et entretenir de solides relations avec une diversité de communautés culturelles à l’échelle nationale;
▪ Assumer d’autres rôles et responsabilités en matière de relations avec les membres et de soutien, au besoin.
Recherche et croissance des ressources
▪ Assurer une relation de collaboration avec Patrimoine canadien aux fins de renforcer le soutien financier public
à l’AMC et à ses membres;
▪ Développer et diversifier les ressources financières nécessaires pour réaliser le plan stratégique de l’AMC et
en assurer la stabilité et la pérennité;
▪ Mener des efforts de développement de fonds en assurant la croissance des adhésions, du soutien
gouvernemental, des partenariats commerciaux, des commandites et des contributions philanthropiques;
▪ Établir, entretenir et accroître les relations avec les bailleurs de fonds actuels et potentiels;
▪ Assumer d’autres rôles et responsabilités en matière de recherche et croissance des ressources, au besoin.
Planification et gestion
▪ Superviser la réalisation de la planification et du plan stratégique de l’AMC, y compris les programmes et
services, les communications, l’évaluation et les opérations;
▪ Guider, superviser et évaluer les opérations et le personnel de l’association, tout en déléguant les pouvoirs
nécessaires à d’autres membres du personnel de direction;
▪ Agir en qualité de mentor auprès du personnel, tout en veillant au maintien d’un climat de travail positif, productif
et collaboratif;
▪ Veiller à l’adhésion aux politiques, procédures et normes de rendement en matière de ressources humaines de
l’AMC;
▪ Veiller à ce que l’AMC, en tant qu’intendante de ressources publiques et privées, fasse preuve d’excellence en
matière de gestion, de responsabilité, de transparence et de conformité aux réglementations fédérales,
provinciales et municipales;
▪ Assumer d’autres rôles et responsabilités en matière de planification et gestion, au besoin.
Compétences et expérience
La directrice générale ou le directeur général de l’AMC est un défenseur passionné maitrisant le secteur des
musées et du patrimoine, ainsi que des politiques qui les sous-tende. La personne titulaire du poste doit détenir un
ensemble de compétences qui la distinguent, démontrer, du leadership et d’une force de persuasion, en plus d’une
capacité de définir et de réaliser des objectifs. Cette personne doit représenter l’AMC et ses membres en
entretenant d’excellentes relations avec les élus. Démontrant un enthousiasme contagieux à l’endroit des musées
et du secteur du patrimoine, ainsi que du travail des membres de l’AMC, Elle exerce le leadership nécessaire pour
mobiliser les parties prenantes autour de la réalisation d’initiatives.
La personne titulaire du poste doit démontrer des capacités d’analyse conceptuelles supérieure. Elle témoigne d’un
esprit de synthèse et peut analyser proactivement des concepts et des scénarios abstraits pour ensuite élaborer
des stratégies et des objectifs spécifiques, mesurables, atteignables, réalistes et temporels (SMART) en fonction
de résultats. Elle prend acte, respecte et promeut activement la diversité sous toutes ses formes, incluant les
communautés autochtones et démontrer une connaissance des différences géographiques, culturelles et
idéologiques d’un large éventail de parties prenantes provenant de tous les horizons et partis politiques.
Dotée d’une grande expérience, d’assurance et de dynamisme, ainsi que de connaissances solides en politiques
publiques, la personne titulaire du poste détient, une expertise exceptionnelle en gestion et des capacités
exemplaires en matière de consolidation d’équipe. Elle démontre de l’ingénuité, du dévouement, de l’enthousiasme,
de l’humour et de l’énergie. Férue de politique, elle est visionnaire et centrée sur la contribution des musées et des
organismes du patrimoine dans le développement de la société.
Autres compétences importantes :
▪ Leadership et capacité de travailler en équipe – Capacité d’organiser le travail et de motiver le personnel en
vue de la réalisation d’objectifs, tout en favorisant un certain ordre, des orientations et la participation active
d’un éventail d’intervenants.
▪ Orientation client et diplomatie – Ténacité nécessaire pour assurer la satisfaction de la clientèle tout en
valorisant les besoins de multiples parties prenantes, et capacité d’anticiper les défis et d’élaborer des solutions
appropriées, ainsi que d’établir des relations harmonieuses avec un large éventail de personnes d’origines
culturelles différentes.
▪ Qualités interpersonnelles – Flexibilité nécessaire pour communiquer de façon persuasive et efficace avec
des individus et des groupes de toutes les tailles au moyen de présentations, de discussions, d’observations,
et de communications écrites et verbales.
▪ Planification et gestion des priorités – Capacité de respecter les échéanciers et de cerner les grandes
priorités afin d’optimiser la productivité en ce qui a trait aux politiques, procédures, systèmes et structures, tout
en mobilisant les ressources nécessaires pour réaliser des résultats importants.
▪ Intégrité personnelle – Capacité à assumer la responsabilité de ses actions et décisions, d’inspirer les autres,
d’établir un climat de confiance, et de reconnaître la responsabilité de ses actions personnelles et décisions
professionnelles.

Exigences du poste
La candidate ou le candidat au poste doit détenir un baccalauréat, une maîtrise étant un solide atout, ainsi qu’un
minimum de huit à dix ans d’expérience dans un poste de direction au sein d’une association, du secteur public ou
d’un organisme à but non lucratif pertinent. Une expérience en développement de politiques publiques et en
défense des intérêts, avec succès démontré, aux niveaux fédéral, provincial ou municipal, est également exigée.
La personne doit avoir la sensibilité et la maitrise de l’environnement politique de l’AMC et de ses membres, très bien connaître le secteur muséal et patrimonial ainsi que le role des agences gouvernementales et de l’importance
du soutien philanthropique partout au pays. Elle doit être une citoyenne canadienne ou une résidente permanente
du Canada et être bilingue (anglais/français)

Veuillez faire parvenir votre curriculum vitae, accompagné d’un sommaire vérifiable de vos réalisations, ainsi qu’une
lettre d’intention (de préférence par voie électronique) à :
Bruce D. Thibodeau, DBA
Président
2 Toronto Street, Suite 217
Toronto, Ontario M5C 2B5
Tél. (888) 234.4236 Ext. 201
Courriel CMA@ArtsConsulting.com

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