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Summer Job Postings 2020

Two Rivers Gallery is hiring 4 positions into the programming department for full-time summer employment. The positions provide unique opportunities for Canadian citizens, permanent residents, and refugees aged 16-30 to gain skill-building work experiences in a public art gallery designing and facilitating educational art programs and events for school aged children. The successful candidates will: be creative, innovative and adaptable, have experience working with school-aged children, have a love of art and / or making, work well in a team, and show initiative, interest and effort.

Creativity Camp Coordinator

The main task of the Creativity Camp Coordinator will be designing, managing and facilitating full day Creativity
Camps for children, ages 6-13. Reporting to the Public Programmer, this student will organize every aspect of these
themed camps; offering families full day childcare with an emphasis on encouraging creativity through exploration
into art, making, experimentation and self-expression.

BMO KidzArt Dayz Coordinator

The main tasks of the BMO KidzArt Dayz Coordinator will be managing the 31 st annual BMO KidzArt Dayz, a free 2
day celebration of creativity through art, music and movement at the beginning of July, an event which attracts
over 10,000 people. Reporting to the Director of Public Programs, this student will organize the event; designing
the activities, assisting with promotions, ordering supplies, creating schedules, etc. During the second half of the
work placement, this student will also take on the responsibilities of children’s programming, working with our
Regional Programming Coordinators and Creativity Camp Coordinator facilitating the Summer Art Club for children
ages 5-10 and the full day Creativity Camps for 6-12 year olds.

Regional Programming Coordinator

The main tasks of the Regional Programming Coordinators will include facilitating Imagination on the Move, an
educational outreach program in the classroom. Reporting to the Director of Public Programs, these students will
travel to rural communities in the Fraser-Fort George Regional District, leading elementary school students and
teachers in art lessons and projects. During the second half of the placement, these students will also take on the
responsibilities of children’s programming, working with our BMO KidzArt Dayz Coordinator and Creativity Camp
Coordinator facilitating the Summer Art Club for children ages 5-10 and the full day Creativity Camps for 6-12 year
olds.

Two Rivers Gallery hires applicants through a fair and balanced selection process. The Gallery is interested in hiring young Canadians from other parts of the country and/or with other languages in addition to English. We encourage LGBTQ+, persons with disabilities, visible minorities and individuals who self-identify as Indigenous to apply.

Dates of Employment: April 29 – September 4, 2020

Hours of Work: Monday – Friday, hours vary between 8am-5pm, 7.5 hours / day, 37.5 hours / week

Some evening and weekend work will be required.

Rate of pay: $15.30 / hour

Qualified applicants should email a cover letter, detailed resume and two contacts for references by Friday, March 27, 2020
to: Twyla Exner, Director of Public Programs: Twyla@tworiversgallery.ca

Visitor Experience Representative Job Posting (Casual)

Two Rivers Gallery is hiring a casual Visitor Experience Representative. This front-line position provides customer
service to gallery and shop visitors, assists with administrative tasks, supports set up and take down for events,
bartends on special occasions, and facilitates birthday parties, outreach and in-house visual arts projects with
participants of all ages.

About the Job

Qualifications:
Experience in a position that serves the public
Computer literacy in relevant point of sale, spreadsheet and word processing systems
Experience with and genuine interest in working with children
Some experience with art making and art materials
Flexible Schedule

Abilities:
Friendly and welcoming
Teamwork and creativity
Administrative and organizational skills
Positive attitude and the ability to interact in a high professional manner
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
Ability to work effectively with others and independently
Able to prioritize and handle multiple tasks
Knowledge of and/or interest in visual art
Problem solving / conflict resolution skills
Ability to excite public and make learning about art fun
Responsible and attentive
Ability to lift 50 pounds

Assets:
Valid driver’s license and access to a reliable vehicle
Serving it Right certificate
First Aid training
Mental Health First Aid training

Hours:
This position is casual and can vary between 0-20 hours a week. Shifts will be mainly on Thursday nights, Saturdays
and Sundays. Occasional shifts are available for outreach, events, rentals and programs. Mandatory staff meetings
are held once a month. This position promises 0 regular hours per week. Shifts are offered and assigned by
seniority (accumulative hours worked since start date) quarterly. Extra shifts are offered and assigned on a first-
answer-first-served basis.

Two Rivers Gallery

725 Canada Games Way, Prince George, BC, V2L 5T1

www.tworiversgallery.ca

Compensation:
Training wage: $14.15/ hour
Administrative tasks, bar tending, desk-duties wage: $14.15 / hour
Outreach, programs and birthday facilitation wage: $16.50 / hour

Qualified applicants should email a cover letter, detailed resume and two contacts for references by Monday,
March 9, 2020 to: Twyla Exner, Director of Public Programs: Twyla@tworiversgallery.ca