CanDance Employment Opportunity
Title: Program Manager
Application Deadline: July 15, 2015
Start Date: August 17, 2015
Position: Full-time 9 month maternity leave contract, with the possibility of continuing part-time, two days/week after May, 2016
Salary: $38,500 - $40,000 per year
Location: 15 Case Goods Lane, Studio 304, Toronto’s Historic Distillery District
The CanDance Network (The Canadian Network of Dance Presenters CanDance / CanDanse le Réseau canadien des diffuseurs de danse) is Canada's national network supporting the creation and distribution of contemporary dance. Our 43 members across the country are professional dance presenters. Members cooperate on commissioning and touring projects, showcases and professional development. Through these activities, the network furthers the Canadian public's access to and appreciation of dance events.
The Program Manager works closely with the CanDance Executive Director and board of directors to implement and oversee programs and services designed to support its membership – Canada’s dance presenters. The Program Manager is responsible for core programming, to include:
Required Qualifications and Experience
How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should submit a cover letter, outlining their relevant background and qualifications, and resume, by July 15, 2015 to:
THE CANDANCE NETWORK IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Website: www.candance.ca or www.candanse.ca
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