Upcoming Positions

The Ross Creek Centre for the Arts is looking for innovative and creative individuals who care about arts in the community and who love rural living. We are delighted to offer the following paid positions (we also have many volunteer contracts in the summer):

OPEN Positions -

PLEASE NOTE:
all employees of Ross Creek must have their own access to transportation
and the deadline to apply for Summer Positions is
ongoing, but we fill positions as the right person comes along, so don’t delay!

SUMMER (not only for students):

Financial Officer:    - FILLED

A college or university book-keeping or accounting  student would gain incredible experience in preparing year end, non-profit accounting, payroll, tax, and other  elements of making our operations run smoothly. A fun and fabulous summer job, this is perfect for someone with high attention to detail and ability to focus. Good public speaking and communications skills also important.
STAFF_2014_FINANCIAL(WORD)
STAFF_2014_FINANCIAL  (PDF)

Visitor’s Services:

Ideal for someone with good computer skills and great personality who is organized, loves the public and has a love for the arts and strong sense of  community. You are our first public responder–our front line of welcome to audiences, families and artists. It is a great experience and you can make it better! Event planning, volunteer recruitment and coordination and box office are all part of your summer duties!
STAFF_2014_VisitorServices (PDF)
STAFF_2014_VisitorServices (WORD)

Camp Recreation Director: 

Have the summer of a lifetime. You love the arts, you love working with kids and making their summer the best EVER!  Organizing and building on the traditions and both Ross Creek and the best of camp life, you will plan out a whole summer of great age-appropriate activities for our camp and public. Interacting with the theatre company and event planning for Canada Day, you will energize and coordinate volunteers and
ad for Recreation Director (WORD)
2014_REC_DIRECTOR_ad  (PDF)

Centre Chef: 

Come and create magic in the kitchens of Ross Creek. Serving artists from around the world, kids from down the road and our theatre audiences, the centre’s chef is a primary ingredient in our success. We are looking for someone who is able to work with garden and grocer, and can work with an established menu for camps and innovate for artists. You must be able to accommodate allergies and other dietary or religious restrictions. Position runs from April 5 to October 1, with an option to extend. University and College Students encouraged to applying and we can work around school obligations.

Centre Chef Application 2012 (PDF).
Centre Chef Application 2012 (WORD).

Assistant Chef: Assistant Cook (Summer only) 

Student Gardener: 

We need someone who will understand what the Ross Creek Centre for the Arts is, loves the idea of making a productive and beautiful garden and feeding people from it, likes cooking (for the fall) and wants to learn to pickle, preserve, freeze, etc. OK if they aren’t experts at gardening if they are looking for a new potential path and want to learn. Physically demanding, exciting, and rewarding. Interested people can email resumes to chris@artscentre.ca

PROGRAMMER (full-time, one year contract, potential for renewal):
DEPENDENT ON FUNDING

If you have a background in art education of any kind, have creative energy and love to work with a wide spectrum of our community, this might be the job for you! We are looking for someone who can help to run school, community, and artist programs at Ross Creek, who loves engaging the public and has humour, intelligence and a positive spark. Great organizational and computer skills essential, own transportation necessary and masters degree in arts ideal. Must be interested in facilitating the creativity in others! Under 30 years old,  one year internship. Please send a resume, cover letter and three references with Programming Position in the title to chris@artscentre.ca. Deadline March 20th.
Community-Art-Programmer Job Description

Volunteers (year-round) – no deadline

For more information, please contact Chris O’Neill, Executive Director by email only at chris@artscentre.ca with VOLUNTEERING AT ROSS CREEK in the subject header.

ARTISTS Interested in Becoming Faculty - please see the Professional Artist Section of our site

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