November 19, 2021
Music Program Coordinator
Hosted by SKETCH Working Arts
SKETCH Working Arts is a community-arts enterprise based in Toronto engaging young QTBIPOC artists and arts leaders, on the margins, ages 16-29, coming from across Canada. SKETCH creates equitable opportunities for diverse young people to experience the transformative power of the arts; to develop their leadership and self-sufficiency in the arts; and to cultivate social and environmental change through the arts.
The Music Program Coordinator is responsible for the coordination of SKETCH’s music programming, from skill-building and exploration to arts industry opportunities and career development.
The Music Program Coordinator works with the Creative Director to establish short and long-term goals and ensure all program activities are consistent with the mission and vision of SKETCH. Works collaboratively with the program team to design and implement music programming and support its integration with the whole of SKETCH’s programming.
Deadline: November 19, 2021
Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process including alternate format materials, accessible meeting rooms or other. Please let us know and we will work with you to meet your needs.
SKETCH is committed to ensuring that members of traditionally marginalized and equity-seeking groups, from a broad range of communities, apply for positions within the organization. SKETCH is dedicated to taking proactive steps to overcome historical patterns of discrimination in our society which have created barriers of race, colour, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, language, class, sexual orientation, and gender identity or expression resulting in the denial of their full participation in society.
We prioritize qualified applications from those who identify as Black, Indigenous, People of Color, person with disabilities, women, queer, trans or non-binary persons or any combination of these intersections. SKETCH recognizes that people from these communities are most affected by homelessness and poverty in Toronto. We encourage you to self-identify in your application.