About the Position
Are you an experienced writer, and passionate about supporting visual artists in Edmonton? Have you worked with a diverse range of people to synchronize and manage a project? If you answered an enthusiastic “YES” – read on …
CARFAC Alberta has received an Edmonton Arts Council Connections & Exchanges project grant to develop a written digital resource designed to support newcomer, emerging, Indigenous artists, and others who wish to better understand the Edmonton art environment. This resource will provide practical tips and tools to assist individuals wishing to become professional artists and turn art-making into a career.
The Project involves working with a volunteer committee, other writers and stakeholders to coordinate the creation of this digital document. We are looking for an organized individual who has excellent time management skills, and knowledge of both writing and the visual arts. As this project is geared towards providing support to newcomer, emerging, and Indigenous artists, we are looking for someone that is interested in working actively with, and for, these communities.
Working in Edmonton, the Project Coordinator + Writer is a part-time, 10 month contract position that involves writing, researching, editing, critical thinking, and adaptability. You will be working both independently and with others, including CARFAC Alberta staff, other contract employees, Volunteer Board Members, and a range community stakeholders.
This is a part-time, contract position ($10,000 for entire contract paid at $1000 per month for 10 months – approximately 30- 40 hours per month). Regular in-person (Edmonton) meetings, conference call committee meetings, and monthly updates with CARFAC Alberta will be required.
Please submit your c.v. including a link to digital writing sample(s) along with a letter of interest to email@example.com on or before 4pm on Tuesday May 5th.
CARFAC Alberta is an inclusive organization; we welcome and encourage the input and viewpoints of all people, including those who identify as LGBT2SQ, First Nations, Métis, New Canadians, and POC.