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December 5, 2021

Cultural Content Writer

Hosted by STEPS Public Art

STEPS is seeking a Cultural Content Writer to amplify the work of Canadian artists and generate dialogue on cultural issues! This virtual and flexible 3 month position supported by Canada Summer Jobs is ideal for emerging journalists and content creators.

STEPS fosters dynamic, inclusive and resilient communities through public art, community-engaged design and creative placemaking. We are a small but mighty team of creative entrepreneurial innovators. We attract high-performing, highly ethical employees who truly care about their community. Our team, currently based across four provinces, works well together because we hold ourselves accountable to strong project management and complement one another’s strengths. STEPS is a Canada Revenue Agency registered charity that provides professional public art and placemaking services, as well as support for artists.

This is a 12 week virtual contract position. The number of hours per week can be up to 35 hours, depending on candidate availability. The working hour schedule is flexible. This opportunity is partially funded by Canada Summer Jobs and candidates who meet the criteria outlined by the funder will be prioritized. Please read the job description and eligibility criteria in full.

Deadline: Sunday December 5th, 11:59 PM Pacific TIme

Accessibility

STEPS encourages applications from all qualified candidates that represent the full diversity of communities in Canada, including complexities of intersecting identities such as ability, class, gender, race and sexual orientation. We are particularly interested in receiving applications from equity-seeking communities, such as those who identify as Black, Indigenous (First Nations, Inuit and Métis), people of colour, as well as individuals living with a disability.

Organizations

STEPS Public Art

STEPS fosters dynamic and inclusive communities through public art and creative placemaking. We transform urban spaces into vibrant places through cultural planning, community arts and artist capacity building programs.