Program Administrator, Emerging Artist Program 2022 - Remote
Program Administrator, Emerging Artist Program - Remote
This is a full time position.
You must apply using our easy-apply portal: https://ontariomusicians.easyapply.co/
Please note that aspects of this position are modified to ensure Health and Safety during the COVID-19 pandemic. This call for the Program Administrator position is Canada-wide.
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Students at a post-secondary institution are welcomed and encouraged to apply for this position as part of their program’s requirements for a co-op or work placement.
As a Program Administrator, you will oversee and be responsible for all operations and staff within the Emerging Artist program. The Program Administrator will take part in hiring and onboarding processes for their prospective staff, including training and orientation, and will be responsible for scheduling, guiding, and supporting their program's work and goals. Department Managers and Program Administrators will also meet at least weekly at a company Leadership meeting, and will take part in leading company-wide staff meetings. Each Program Administrator will report directly to Corporate Services, including the Managing Director and other members of the Leadership Team.
The Emerging Artist (EA) Program is designed to help young Canadian musicians navigate the next level of their career, whether that is a national tour, preparing for export, or any other major stepping stone from the beginner level to the intermediate. Emerging Artists include singer-songwriters, self-accompanied vocalists, and instrumentalists (including backline performers on bass, drums, keys, guitar, and horns). The Program Administrator will lead and support all aspects of the Emerging Artist Program.
Due to federal funding requirements for this program, successful applicants must be:
15–30 years of age on their first day of work
A Canadian citizen, have a permanent resident card, or be protected under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (there is no requirement to be a student)
Residing in Canada during the length of the employment.
This program pays at least 1 dollar more than minimum wage for your province. The summer employment length is 7-16 weeks between the end of April and beginning of September.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate the operations of the department or program
Work with staff engaged in providing records management, finance, human resources or other administrative services
Plan, administer and control budgets for contracts, equipment and supplies
Prepare reports and briefs for management committees
Cooperate with HR to interview, hire, onboard and oversee training for staff
Communicate job expectations to staff
Ensure company goals and objectives are being met by each employee and provide feedback
Motivate and inspire staff and facilitate personal growth through team and individual activities and goal-setting
Attend regular meetings with other leaders, including the Managing Director, to plan and address company and programming needs
Approve timesheets and time off requests for staff under their supervision
Set strategic long and short-term departmental goals and evaluate outcomes
Foster a productive work environment
Ensure adherence to company and industry regulations
Perform other appropriate duties as assigned by management
The ideal candidate must possess or be nearing completion of a post-secondary or post-graduate program in a field relating to music, the music industry, or business administration; or possess equivalent work experience and knowledge.
The ideal candidate will have one to three years of experience as a manager, supervisor, or leader (including, but not limited to, peer mentors, camp counsellors, instructors, etc.).
Experience creating and implementing strategies for an online work environment is an asset.
Key Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, and other characteristics:
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Outstanding organization skills
Ability to collaborate with several teams at once, managing your work within multiple initiatives simultaneously
Critical thinking skills
Active problem-solving skills
Accuracy in data entry
Intermediate computer literacy using the following systems and software:
Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.)
Google Workspace (Gmail, Google Drive, Google Calendar, etc.)
Online communications platforms (Slack, Discord, etc.)
The Co-op seeks individuals who enjoy collaboration, creativity, learning new skills, and engaging with artists and the community. This position may involve working some evenings and weekends as needed for special events (typically mass interviews and onboardings) and items needed on an urgent basis.
If you have any additional documentation (i.e., your own past projects or school assignments) that you would like to submit as part of a portfolio of your relevant skills and areas of expertise, please do so in the pre-screening box labeled “Additional Documentation.” Please utilize a Google Drive, Dropbox, or equivalent software to link these files, and ensure that application screeners will be able to open the files.
To have your application considered by the Hiring Team, all pre-interview questions must be filled out completely. Please note that there are no part-time positions this year.
If you are successful in our initial screening, you will be invited to a formal job interview.
Membership is not required to participate in the competition for this position, and no preference is given to existing members in our ranking process, however, upon acceptance of an employment contract, all employees are required to join the cooperative.
Those not selected for an employed position are still welcome to join The Co-op as members. Professional Creator members have access to the same live or digital resources, support and community as those in our musician programs.
Canadian Musicians Cooperative welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process. Please email email@example.com if you have any questions or require accommodations as part of the application or interview process.
We thank you for your interest in Canadian Musicians Cooperative and for participating in our competition. Only those candidates selected for consideration will be contacted.
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