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. Archived December 3, 2020 Educational Art Technician Communication Design The listing period for this opportunity has passed. Alberta University of the Arts (AUArts) is a community of thinkers, shapers, makers, and risk-takers. We are students, faculty, staff and alumni rich in diversity of culture and thought, challenged to fearlessly explore what moves us, drives us, and implores us to see the world differently. AUArts offers its 1,100 students studio-based programming that leads to a bachelor of fine arts in one of nine disciplines, a bachelor of design in one of two, and an MFA in craft media. It has deep roots in Calgary’s creative community and will soon be celebrating its centennial. The Opportunity Competition #2021-NO-AP-13 Reporting to the studio manager and accountable to the chair of the School of Communication Design (SCD), the technician provides supervision and oversight of the facility, equipment, processes, software, and materials to ensure effective instructional support during class time and ensures standard operating practices are followed to support student studio practice during general facility access hours in studios throughout SCD. As a member of the AUPE bargaining unit (Local 071/006), this permanent part-time position falls under a classification 7 (Seven). The starting annual salary is $59,836 to $66,336 dependent upon skills, education and experience. Key Responsibilities Conducts demonstrations, training and orientation for faculty, students and staff on standard operating practices for the uses of equipment, processes, software and materials handling, including daily clean-up and equipment/materials storage. Advises students with respect to program-related technology, equipment, processes, software and materials to meet curricular objectives. Works in consultation with the health and safety team, and educational art technicians to maintain current and consistent documentation of hazard assessments and standard operating practices including studio manuals. Maintains equipment inventory, performs preventative maintenance and repair as necessary. Maintains materials inventory in consultation with faculty and ensures safe storage and disposal as required. Operates and maintains the IOLAB, including operating and maintaining a variety of digital equipment, both hardware and software, in support of curriculum delivery, guest artists, designers and lecturers, and special events of the university. Provides open studio access by general supervision or by appointment, coordinates student facility access with security as appropriate and in compliance with hazard assessments. Provides training and orientation for non-credit instructors as required. Provides supervision, recruitment support, training, and scheduling to studio assistants as required. Prepares invoices for internal billings related to the IOLAB. Maintains materials inventory in consultation with faculty and considering current demand. Coordinates planning and use of operating and capital budget resources to maintain inventories and ever-greening schedules throughout all SCD studios. How to Apply Applications must include the following in a single PDF document: Cover Letter Curriculum Vitae or Resume For more information about where to apply and the required qualifications, please visit can59.dayforcehcm.com.