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Deadline  May 15, 2019

Paprika Festival
For the past 17 years Paprika Festival, has been a year-round youth-led performing arts organization celebrating the work of young and emerging artists. All of the programs include a strong focus on mentorship and training, and are guided by the four core values of accessibility, artistic development, community and youth leadership. Paprika’s educational programs include Productions, Creators’ Unit, Playwriting Programs, Director’s Lab, Indigenous Arts Program and the Advisory Board. These programs run between October and May, culminating in the annual Festival. For more information, please visit our website,

Job Description
The Communications Manager is responsible for working with the Paprika team to plan, implement and manage marketing, publicity and graphic design efforts leading up to and during the Festival. This position offers an excellent opportunity to take on a leadership role in promoting and marketing a youth performing arts festival. The successful applicant will also have excellent organizational, communication and interpersonal skills, the ability to work well on a team and some knowledge of marketing strategy. Graphic design abilities are essential. Access to Adobe and editing programs is an asset. Contract dates: Training : June 1, 2019 - June 30, 2019; July 1, 2019 - June 30 2020, with possibility of extension

For the full listing, visit our website HERE

How to Apply:
Please send a resume, cover letter and a work sample of previous graphic design work and copy writing in a single PDF.
Work samples must include at least 2 visual assets (eg: poster, promo graphic, logo, etc.) and 300-500 words of copy writing (eg: a press release, announcement, promotional blurb, etc - can be a mix of multiple pieces.).

Please send your single PDF to Daniel Carter, General Manager, via with the subject line: “Applicant, Communications Manager.” Applications are due by 5PM on May 15, 2019

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