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Apply by May 26, 2019

The Archival Assistant will help catalogue Kaeja's films, videos, and other materials and work with external hard drives and servers to archive electronic files, and also provide administrative support to the Managing Director and Production and Outreach Manager. The role will include cataloguing and management of current contacts as well as opportunities to help market, record and archive our current projects.

• Scanning, restoring and preserving print material not already digitized
• Assist with the management of files, archives, records and lists, including hard copies and computer files
• Processing and organizing company, marketing, and performance materials – documents, media material, digital material, web material etc.
• Data entry and organization of contacts and donors in contact management software
• Developing current company donor, sponsor and promotions materials informed by our history
• Assisting with the creation of a variety of communications materials, including media releases
• Production support
• Other administrative and production related duties
• Assist with the daily maintenance of social media outreach and website
• Assist with the dissemination of promotional/marketing materials
• On occasion, respond to inquiries from Kaeja d’Dance staff, volunteers and the general public
• Assist with other duties, as required

• Must be available during Production Week for Porch View Dance from July 15-July 21, 2019 (both days and evenings)
• Intermediate to Advanced computer competency in word processing, spreadsheets, database management and the Internet
• Excellent attention to detail and strong organization skills
• The candidate must have a high level of initiative, be able to work independently and as a team player, and feel comfortable talking to strangers about our work and company
• Strong research & problem-solving skills
• Excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills
• Comfortable working with volunteers, and a commitment to good customer service
• Comfortable working in non-profit setting with an interest in the performing arts

This position is funded by Canada Summer Jobs, which creates paid work positions for youth. Applicants must be:
• Under 30
• Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or been conferred refugee status
Note: CSJ is now open to all youth under 30.

Apply by May 26
Please email your cover letter and resume to Yolanda Ferrato, Managing Director,

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