April 01, 2016
Job Posting: Grants Manager
ArtStarts in Schools is seeking a Grants Manager to join our team for a one-year maternity leave contract. This is a temporary full-time position starting mid-May 2016. ArtStarts disburses a variety of grants to schools, school districts and artists across BC to help ensure that arts remain an essential part of educating young people. This position reports to the Executive Director and is based from ArtStarts' administrative office and gallery located in the heart of downtown Vancouver at Richards and Robson.
If you are a team player with strong communication skills who is fair and diplomatic, thrives in a creative and collaborative environment, consider yourself to be technologically savvy, are confident managing multiple stakeholders and enjoy building relationships, then we want to hear from you.
TO EXCEL IN THIS ROLE YOU WILL HAVE:
HOW TO APPLY: Submit a cover letter (max two pages) and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org and include your salary expectation. Your cover letter must respond to the following question: How do you see this position as an opportunity to support your interests and goals? Applications will be considered as they are received so candidates are encouraged to apply early and no later than April 20, 2016 at 5pm.
ABOUT ARTSTARTS: ArtStarts is a growing, dynamic, not-for-profit organization that promotes art and creativity among British Columbia's young people. Since 1996, ArtStarts has supported and promoted professional artists in urban, rural and remote regions of the province. ArtStarts envisions a society where the arts are regarded as an essential part of educating young people and a catalyst for creating innovative, engaged and contributing members of society. Visit artstarts.com for more information.
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