Calgary Arts Development’s classified listing is a free service for Calgary’s arts community. All content for the classifieds is user-submitted. Calgary Arts Development makes no endorsement to any agency, organization, corporation or individual who submits listings. We trust our readers to use their own judgement when responding to ads. Calgary Arts Development believes that artists should be paid for their work. For job postings and open calls, please share salary ranges or payment. Please note that ads for jobs outside of Calgary and area may not be posted. Job Opportunities October 27, 2023 Communications Coordinator Position Title: Communications CoordinatorPosition Type: Full-time, one-year contract with the possibility of extensionLocation: Remote or hybrid positionSalary: $3,750 to $4,000/monthApplication Deadline: Monday, November 13, 2023 How to Apply: Please submit your application through the online portal formsite.com. For more information about Business / Arts, visit businessandarts.org. Opportunities to Work at Business / Arts Business / Arts is committed to equity in our policies, practices, and programs. We strongly encourage and welcome applications from people who identify as Indigenous, racialized, 2SLGBTQ+, living with a disability, a religious or language minority. This position is open to candidates from across the country, with a hybrid work arrangement possible in Calgary or Toronto. The Position Working collaboratively with the Business / Arts team, the communications coordinator will gather program information and assemble communications pieces with a distinct and professional voice. Reporting to the Director of Communications based in Calgary, they will support the implementation of communications plans for multiple programs and initiatives, with the primary objective of engaging and growing our national audience of arts and business leaders. They will support the development of a dynamic content calendar to ensure our programs receive maximum exposure across various channels. Ideal Candidate The ideal candidate is a creative and organized individual with outstanding writing skills. They have a background in curating content for diverse platforms and audiences, demonstrating proficiency in social media management and website content development. Their strong data management skills are complemented by a knack for in-depth research and analytical thinking. Detail-oriented, they excel at managing simultaneous deadlines and possess a keen eye for industry trends. Key Responsibilities: Contribute to the planning, execution, and monitoring of communication campaigns. Create communication pieces that reflect the unique voice and values of Business / Arts. Develop and disseminate engaging social media content across various channels. Provide support for website maintenance, ensuring up-to-date content and user-friendly design in alignment with website best practices. Assemble Mailchimp email campaigns and maintain the national mailing list. Conduct research and gather relevant program information to support Business / Arts’ programs and further their impact. Leverage analytics to measure reach and work with the communications team to refine outreach and engagement strategies. Qualifications: Ability to craft clear, concise, and compelling written content for a range of audiences and channels. Proficiency in social media management and content creation. Demonstrated ability to manage multiple tasks concurrently, meet deadlines, and maintain strong attention to detail. Strong research skills. Ability to track and interpret analytics. Familiarity with WordPress, HTML, and website design best practices. Knowledge of the Canadian arts and culture sector. Keen ability to take initiative, set goals and spot opportunities. The ability to work in French is considered a strong asset. About Business / Arts Business / Arts is a national charitable organization that shows the power of partnership between business and arts. Our mission is to champion business investment in the arts and build strong, lasting partnerships between the arts, business and government in Canada. Business / Arts is uniquely positioned to bring together business, private patrons, government and the arts, all in the service of supporting the growth of Canada’s arts sector. We focus on three main objectives, which are relevant to the business, arts, government sectors, individually and collectively. What you can expect This is a full-time, one-year contract position (with the possibility of extension) with a salary range of $3,750 to $4,000 a month. Business / Arts also offers a comprehensive Health and Benefits plan. This position is open to candidates from across the country, with a hybrid work arrangement possible in Calgary or Toronto. Please apply through the online portal by Monday, November 13, 2023.