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July 25, 2022

Project Assistant

Hosted by Community Arts Council of Vancouver

The Community Arts Council of Vancouver (CACV) is seeking a Project Assistant who will work directly with the Executive Director and Program Manager to support the CACV 75th Anniversary digital project and assisting in Vancouver Outsider Arts Festival (VOAF) activities from October 13-17, 2022. 

The work is flexible as a hybrid role, so the work can be remote with expectation to access our office located at the Woodwards Building (111 West Hastings St) and must be able to work in-person during festival dates.

The role is funded by the Student Work Placement Program (SWPP) and the candidate must be a post-secondary Education student. Eligible students are: 

  • Registered as a student in a recognized Canadian PSE institution in any program or field of study 
  • Legally allowed to work in Canada according to the laws and regulations of the province territory where they work 
  • Either a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or a person granted refugee protection under the law. 

Accessibility

We strongly encourage applicants of all genders, ethnic and cultural backgrounds, sexual orientations, abilities and with a range of life experiences to apply. Your lived experience, as it relates to our work and will be valued.

Organizations

Community Arts Council of Vancouver

111 West Hastings Street, #440, Vancouver, BC, Canada

Phone number: 604-682-0010

Email: info@cacv.ca

The Community Arts Council of Vancouver (CACV) was the first arts council in North America. Since its beginning in 1946, the Community Arts Council of Vancouver has been a contributor to shaping the cultural life of Vancouver. CACV has been a powerful force in creating and advocating for many of the institutions, traditions, and policies in Vancouver that we benefit from today. CACV is an independent non-profit organization, unaffiliated with any government department.