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The main function is to assist the artistic director in creating and delivering virtual and socially distanced artistic and community-minded programming during COVID-19. The candidate will be working remotely. Interviews will be held over Zoom. Includes program development and delivery, artistic, administrative and creative projects, organizational projects, community and volunteer events, writing and creation of program materials. What is CAOS Calgary Animated Objects Society (CAOS) is dedicated to the art of puppetry, mask, and animated objects. We create and present performances, films, events, and educational experiences via inclusive, community-building experiences. We are looking to hire two community program artists to work with the artistic director to develop and deliver programming this summer. Selection of Programs and Projects Slamalicious: Marketing, social media promotion, admin and technical support, coordination of online live puppet cabaret. COVID-19 Puppet Theatre: Creation and performance of short socially-distanced puppet play. Spirit of White Buffalo: Development of digital materials for public display. CAOS in the School: Virtual and online program material development. Who’s the Puppet Now? Distribution and marketing of book of artist portraits. Lilly in the Lab: Testing and deployment of Lilly in the Lab augmented reality AP. Storytelling Project: Assistance with communication, research and delivery of film screenings and community education events, (virtual and possibly drive-in), creation of support materials and educational components. Responsive Programming: Coordination and delivery of fun, creative events and happenings that arise in response to opportunities from the community. Note that activities will be tailored depending on the candidates’ interests and abilities. Transportation Need a valid driver’s license. Access to a reliable car is a strong positive. Ability to travel. Security and Safety Bondable Ideal Skills (Not required to have all of these varied skill sets) Self-motivated. Goal setting. Time management. Able to work remotely. Learns easily. Able to work alone and in groups. Comfortable with technology. Great with people. Event management. Photography. Videography. Social media. Program development. Puppet making, sculpting, sewing. Entrepreneurial experience. Due to the restrictions of the funder, please only apply if you are under 30 years of age. (Apologies to interested artists over the age of 30. We know this policy is discriminatory, but our hands are tied by our funding agreement). To apply please send a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. Earliest Start Date: July 3, 2020 End Date: End of August 2020 Rate of Pay: $18 hourly, 30 to 40 hours per week. Temporary, full-time days, some weekends, nights, evenings To be eligible, youth must: Be between 15 and 30 years of age at the start of the employment* Be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or person to whom refugee protection has been conferred under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act for the duration of the employment** Have a valid Social Insurance Number at the start of employment and be legally entitled to work in Canada in accordance with relevant provincial or territorial legislation and regulations. *The youth must be 15 years of age or older at the beginning of the employment period. The youth may be more than 30 years of age at the end of the employment period as long as the youth was 30 at the beginning of the employment period. **International students are not eligible participants. International students include anyone who is temporarily in Canada for studies and who is not a Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or person who has been granted refugee status in Canada. Youth awaiting a refugee status ruling, as well as those who hold a temporary visitor visa, youth visa or work visa are ineligible. As the objective of the Canada Summer Jobs program is to support youth entering the Canadian labour market, the temporary nature of an international student’s time in Canada does not allow for a long-term connection to the labour market.