Musique Royale seeks an enthusiastic, self-motivated student based in Nova Scotia to join us this summer as our Arts Coordinator. The job duration is 14 weeks starting May 15, with 37.5 hours per week paid 14.50 per hour.
ABOUT THE ROLE
You will report to and work alongside the Artistic & Administrative Director of Musique Royale. Your major task is assisting them with the Summer Festival. You will be involved in organizing the concerts part of our 38th Summer Festival implemented through a series of concert tours. This includes:
You will be a youth ambassador in the community, developing relationships with stakeholders and venues provincewide. You will help with building a province-wide marketing plan with the Artistic & Administrative Director that comprises marketing and communication activities of the organization through our 37th Summer Festival, this includes:
You will assist at some festival concerts as part of the team, collecting publicity and archival footage at events and/or selling tickets and merchandise. You will work well with rest of team, including volunteers, staff, venue chairs and board, to ensure smooth ongoing operations
You may spend time researching venues, history of the province, connecting with the community and finding creative ways to integrate your research into our 37th Summer Festival.
Being a self starter and having strong communication skills as a representative of our organization are assets.
You will be expected to understand basic computer skills and will help the organization connect with its audience through social networking tools.
Our Musique Royale team is small, but you will also be dealing with a wide variety of personalities and stakeholders to get work accomplished. You should be detailed, organized and enjoy being a multi-tasker.
Individuals who are involved in music, arts administration in some capacity, or are generally passionate about creative arts are encouraged to apply, but at the same time, this is not a mandatory requirement for the position.
Your work can be done remotely, with some work onsite at our historic venues.
Send your resume to email@example.com by May 1, 2023.
The position is supported by funding from the Government of Nova Scotia’s SKILL program.