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December 8, 2021

Communications Manager

CARFAC is looking for candidates for a Communications Manager position for our Indigenous Protocols in the Visual Arts project.

This is a short-term paid internship position ($30/hour, 40 hours/week), ending March 31, 2022. 

Since 2019, CARFAC has been involved in a community engagement initiative to create an Indigenous Protocols Toolkit for the visual arts sector. The Toolkit includes respectful guidelines for the use and protection of First Nations, Inuit, and Métis visual art and cultural material. This includes information about who has the right to reproduce, present, and reference traditional and contemporary images. The project is led by an Advisory Circle of First Nations, Inuit, and Métis artists and cultural workers, and a core project team of contract staff who work remotely.

We are looking to hire a Communications Manager for this project, to help us with updating contact lists, web development, social media engagement, and promoting public presentations.

Accessibility

CARFAC is committed to fairness, equity, and diversity in all employment opportunities, and we provide a supportive work environment for our staff. Indigenous candidates are strongly encouraged to apply and to self-identify when applying. We also encourage applications from candidates who identify with diverse gender and sexual identities (including LGBTQ2+), those living with dis/ability, etc.