|Organization||Saskatchewan Playwrights Centre|
|Position Type||Part Time 20 hours per week 1-year Term position November 16, 2020 to November 16, 2021|
|Position Name||SPC Creative Administrator (South Office)|
|Location City/Town||Regina or Southern part of the province|
|Application Deadline||November 6, 2020|
|Position Start Date||As soon as possible|
|Annual Salary||$21,000 Working will be primarily from a home office, SPC will reimburse for all necessary office expenses and subsidize phone and internet costs.|
|Apply to:||Laura Helgert (interim chair) firstname.lastname@example.org|
Please include recent CV and cover letter
The SPC Creative Administrator (South Office) under the guidance of the Board of Directors will coordinate the creative programming of the SPC’s Southern Membership and share day to day administrative responsibilities and operations of the SPC with the Creative Administrator (North Office).
SPC IS LOOKING FOR AN INDIVIDUAL WHO HAS:
- Interest in promoting and expanding SPC outreach to all Saskatchewan artists and communities (Rural/urban, Women, Indigenous, POC, 2SLGBTQ+)
- A background in theatre and familiarity with the Saskatchewan arts community
- Connections with Arts organizations outside of Saskatchewan
- Experience with financial reporting and CADAC
- Experience working with Excel, Word, Office, Slack, website management (Squarespace), and social media (Facebook pages, Instagram, Twitter).
- Strong organizational skills for Filing, Cataloguing, and creating/maintaining a Database
- Experience in Marketing and Communications, Fundraising, and seeking sponsorship
- A history of successfully writing grant applications, securing funding, and reporting through the three levels of government (municipal, provincial, and national)
The successful applicant will work in collaboration with the SPC Creative Administrator (North Office) to manage the day-to-day administrative operations of the organization. Duties of the position include but are not limited to:
- Connecting the membership and their proposals and/or pitches with the Dramaturgical committee.
- Planning, producing, and distributing press releases, brochures, fliers, social media posts and other marketing and promotional materials.
- Maintaining and creating relationships with dramaturges, artistic directors, playwrights, theatre managers and the community at large to promote SPC plays, the organization, and our services.
- Overseeing preparation, distribution, and signing of all contracts and the Code of Conduct. Ensure reporting of contracts to necessary professional organisations as required
- Coordinating and/or facilitate workshops and special programming
- Collaborating on fundraising activities both provincially and in designated region.
- Overseeing and maintaining presentation of materials on the SPC website, newsletter/ezine, and social media.
- Working with co-staff to prepare all grants and reports to funding bodies in all three levels of government in a timely fashion to meet all deadlines.
- Help to accomplish the major goal of getting back on Canada Council for the Arts.
- Actively pursue new funding opportunities on all three levels of government.
- Attending monthly meetings of the Board of Directors.
- Liaising with, supporting, and preparing reports for committees as needed.
- With co-staff, working within the approved budget and maintaining financial oversight in consultation with bookkeeper, accountant, and Board Treasurer. Preparing financial and statistical returns as required.
- Other duties as required