This year, CUAG will offer one 12-week Art Educator position to a qualified undergraduate or graduate student. The Art Educator will assist with: 1) the planning, coordination and implementation of the four-week CUAG Art + Sports Camp; 2) CUAG's ongoing public programming initiatives during the summer; and 3) the development of public programming plans for the autumn.
Candidates who have experience with delivering innovative art-based public programming are preferred; however, CUAG is open to hiring bright and motivated non-specialists. Women, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, and Aboriginal peoples are encouraged to apply.
This position is dependent upon funding from the Young Canada Works in Heritage Institutions program. Shortlisted candidates will be asked to verify they meet the YCW criteria, such as age, citizenship, and registration in the YCW database. Please send your application (CV and cover letter) to Alisdair MacRae by 25 April 2016.