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Posted by The School of Canadian Contemporary Dance Theatre

Job Description

Marketing Responsibilities

  • Maintain and evolve the brand identity of CCDT and the School of CCDT (SCCDT) through design and marketing initiatives
  • Design or, as required, oversee the design of promotional materials for CCDT/SCCDT including advertisements, postcards, posters, tickets, program books and press releases and manage their timely production
  • Arrange print and digital mail-outs including to schools, the dance community, and the CCDT/SCCDT client base
  • Create and update company performance listings
  • Creation and distribution of regular newsletters for CCDT/SCCDT. Experience with Mailchimp is an asset but not required
  • Work with the Managing and Artistic Directors to manage website content for the CCDT/SCCDT site and for social media including Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Experience with WIX is an asset but not required
  • Edit video for online promotional use and post onto standard channels
  • Liaise with theatre presenters’ marketing departments and provide them promotional materials for their print and online distribution
  • Monitor expenses to ensure cost-effective marketing strategies

Outreach Responsibilities

  • Produce arts education promotional materials for schools and distribute to encourage participation in workshops and performance excursions; book dates and manage communications with teachers
  • Allocate performance admission sponsorships and grants to eligible schools as mandated by each sponsor/funder
  • Update Performance Guides
  • Invoice and receipt for workshop and performance activities
  • Coordinate sponsor/scholarship relationships
  • Track donations to CCDT; provide tax receipts and thank you letters
  • Assist with the planning of fundraising events

General Responsibilities

  • Various administrative duties such as answering the phone for general CCDT/SCCDT inquiries including studio rentals (which are managed by the SCCDT Administrator)
  • POS machine transactions, cash collection, and e-transfer management
  • Coordinate Box Office guest lists preceding CCDT performances
  • Work closely with the SCCDT Administrator
  • Open/close the building and observe security protocols
  • Maintain COVID-19 Safety Protocols and assist the SCCDT Administrator with updating protocols based on evolving restrictions
  • Monitor and update the CCDT database

History of The School of Canadian Contemporary Dance Theatre
The School of Canadian Contemporary Dance Theatre, one of Canada’s leading dance training centres, was founded in 1983 by Artistic Director Deborah Lundmark. The School’s expert faculty seeks to make an art of the natural joy of movement found in every child, providing a unique alternative to competition-based training. The School offers children’s dance classes, adult dance classes, pre-professional programs, and summer dance programs. Classes offered include RAD Ballet and Limón Modern, as well as Creative Movement, Jazz, Musical Theatre, Tap, and Hip Hop.

Canadian Contemporary Dance Theatre is a repertory company founded in 1980 for emerging artists under 19 years of age by Artistic Director, Deborah Lundmark, and Managing Director, Michael deConinck Smith. Company members and audiences alike enjoy one of Canada’s largest and most diverse repertoires including creations by such dance luminaries as David Earle, Carol Anderson, Danny Grossman, Margie Gillis, and Peggy Baker and, more recently, Colin Connor, Jennifer Archibald, Apolonia Velasquez, Hanna Kiel, Jera Wolfe, and Gioconda Barbuto, among many others. Presentation highlights include appearances at Toronto’s Princess of Wales and Royal Alexandra Theatres for the Creative Trust and Dancers for Life Galas and five invitations to the Canada Dance Festival in Ottawa. A leading touring company, CCDT has introduced over 300,000 young people to dance through its Ontario Arts Access program, and won the Toronto Arts Foundation’s prestigious Arts for Youth Award for its development of young artists and young audiences.


3-5 years related experience in the field of marketing and outreach or a degree in a related Arts Administration / Education field.

Additional Info:


In-person (Pandemic permitting)

Salary : $45,000 – $50,000

How to Apply:

How to Apply:
Please submit a cover letter and resume to

We thank all those that apply, however only those considered for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls please.

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