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Marketing Coordinator – Application Deadline: Wednesday, September 29
Education Coordinator – Application Deadline: Sunday, October 3
Situated on the traditional territories of the Erie, Neutral, Huron-Wendat, Haudenosaunee, and Mississaugas, the Art Gallery of Hamilton is one of Canada’s longest-running arts organizations and has grown, changed, and developed along with the many communities it serves. The Gallery delivers exhibitions accompanied by a range of programs and activities geared to encourage access, promote education, and inspire discussion among increasingly diverse audiences both in the immediate region and beyond. Our current and projected exhibition program foregrounds a diverse representation of art and artists from the region. We encourage global conversations by situating regional practices within broader social, cultural, and political discussions.
We are proud of the work we are engaged in and recognize that the work continues. We are organizationally committed to improving equity both within our institution and across our sector. We encourage applicants from all equity-seeking communities to apply, with priority given to Black, Indigenous, and people of colour, recognizing that both lived and learned experiences will inform the success of this role.
The Art Gallery of Hamilton is looking to welcome a Coordinator, Education to join the Programming & Education team. The Coordinator, Education provides administrative and operational support for many of the Gallery’s core educational and public programs. This role will be responsible for the logistics, including registration and scheduling, required for AGH School programs, wellness activities, studio programs, and more. They will oversee the execution of the AGH Camp program and both adult and youth studio programs. As an important member of the Programming team, this position will join us in further developing a responsive and socially-minded collection of activities for all ages and abilities. The Coordinator, Education will work closely and collaboratively with the entire Programs and Education team as well as the artist instructors and volunteer docents.
This is an entry-level position requiring a least two years of working experience or equivalent education in visual art, cultural or studio work combined with administrative experience, preferably in the not-for-profit and/or cultural sector. The successful candidate will have strong customer service skills and has the ability to interact and talk about art with everyone. Organization, time management, and the ability to balance multiple tasks are essential to this role and virtual presentation skills combined with experience hosting online events are an asset. Experience using Microsoft platforms, including Teams and SharePoint, and e-Register is preferred. Ideally, we are seeking someone who is creative, passionate about the arts and has a demonstrated commitment to equity and inclusion.
This role is a 1-year contract, based on full-time hours (35 hours per week) and will require occasional evenings and weekend commitments. The salary range for this role will be between $35,000 and $38,000.
As an equal opportunity employer, we are committed to establishing a qualified workforce that is reflective of the diverse population we serve. The Art Gallery of Hamilton is committed to providing accommodations throughout the recruitment process. If you require accommodation, please notify us and we will work with you to meet your needs.
This is the Nemesis 1965
William Kurelek (Canadian 1927-1977)
mixed media on masonite, Gift of Mrs. J. A. McCuaig, 1966
© Estate of William Kurelek, Courtesy of the Wynick/Tuck Gallery, Toronto