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February 3, 2023

Job Opportunity: Deaf Arts General Manager

Hosted by Canadian Cultural Society of the Deaf / Deaf Culture Centre

DEAF CULTURE CENTRE’s current project is to establish Deaf arts training on a national scale and to increase the arts eco-system to support Deaf visual and performing artists and arts professionals. One of our core mandates is to feature and foster high quality Deaf visual and performing artists’ work to significantly increased audiences, with increased numbers of artist works, increased and strengthened partnerships to build and solidify capacity and our place in the arts eco-system. This is a permanent, full-time position, done remotely (with hybrid scheduling).

Key Responsibilities of Deaf Arts General Manager:

  • Define scope, goals and deliverables of each project such as National Deaf Arts Festival(new), Deaf Artists-Run Collectives (DARC) and Outreach, Gallery exhibitions, Theatre productions and Deaf visual and performing artist training
  • Administrate projects to meet deliverables
  • Facilitate and support team building for the expansion of Deaf Arts training and programming
  • Develop project budget needs for each project
  • Create a schedule with project timelines to meet deadlines and requirements
  • Promote public relations in the Deaf Arts and community relations
  • Work with the team for Fundraiser events

To express your interest in applying for the position of the Deaf Arts General Manager, please email your resume and your cover letter as follows: To: Leanne Gallant, National Executive Director Email: mailto:resumes@deafculturecentre.ca Subject: Deaf Arts General Manager – Competition #: 2023-01

Deadline: February 3, 2023.


Canadian Cultural Society of the Deaf / Deaf Culture Centre

15 Mill Street, Toronto, ON, M5A 3R6, Canada

Phone number: (416) 203-9168

Email: info@deafculturecentre.ca

The Canadian Cultural Society of the Deaf is a registered non-profit charitable organization, the CCSD incorporated in 1973, preserves, encourages and advances the arts and culture of Canada’s Deaf population by featuring performing and visual arts, media arts and literature reflecting Deaf heritage