Current Career Opportunities
Job Title: Digital Engagement Specialist Position Type: Permanent Full-Time Department: Marketing & Communications Reporting to: Director, Marketing & Communications Location: HQ - Headquarters Anticipated Start Date: March 22, 2021 ABOUT ARTSCAPE…
Job Title: Senior Manager of Public Art Curation Position Type: Permanent Full-Time Department: Executive Reporting to: Chief Development & Strategy Officer Location: HQ - Headquarters Anticipated Start Date: Feb 22, 2021…
Job Title: Director, Social Purpose Real Estate Position Type: Permanent Full-Time Department: Portfolio Development Reporting to: Chief Development & Strategy Officer Location: HQ - Headquarters Anticipated Start Date: March 1, 2021…
Position Title: Venue Support Staff s Reporting to: Assistant Manager, Events Department: Artscape Performance & Event Venues Overview/Purpose: Artscape is currently seeking Venue Support Staff to join our Performance and…
Position Title: Venue Supervisor Reporting to: Assistant Manager, Event Operations Department: Artscape Performance & Event Venues Overview/Purpose: Artscape is currently seeking Venue Supervisors to join our Performance and Event Venues…
How To Apply
Email your resume and cover letter in confidence to email@example.com. Indicate the Job Title and your name in the Subject line. In your letter, be sure to tell us where you initially saw the job posted. Unfortunately, incomplete applications without cover letters will not be considered. We thank all applicants for their interest; however, due to the volume of applications we receive, only those being considered for an interview will be contacted. No telephone calls, please. In some cases, interviews may begin before the job posting closes.
Life At Artscape
We love creatives and creativity!
Join our team and work in one of our 14+ unique locations. Be part of an organization that positively transforms the community through co-creation. Artscape is an urban development organization and global leader in creative placemaking. We have community cultural hubs throughout Toronto. The core of our work focuses on developing real estate projects, programs and services to empower artists and connect them to communities. As a not-for-profit organization based in Toronto since 1986, we collaborate with artists, community leaders, public policy advocates, philanthropists and urban developers, so that our work builds value for everybody. As a team member, you will contribute to the wide range of work we do for the community. Does this sound interesting? There’s more…
Artscape is a people-first organization!
Working at Artscape means working with great group of people with a range of skills who team up towards a common social enterprise goal. Our employees are as diverse as the many unique talents they possess. Every day is a new day to share and learn with fellow Artscapers.
We are growing and evolving! Our growth enables us to provide opportunities for career advancement, learning opportunities, and leadership exposure. Our employees make a noticeable difference by transforming communities. As a social enterprise, we provide our members with access to state-of-the-art tools, mentorship, and co-working space. We also help artists access affordable housing. Every day our employees make life a little brighter for community members.
What's In it For You
Our people? They’re the best! They care about the community and help us continue to grow. Every voice matters at Artscape. Each day we talk, we listen, and we work collaboratively to achieve Artscape’s goals and we have a good time celebrating achievements along the way. What are you waiting for? Join our team!
- The opportunity to make a difference in the community and in the lives of creatives.
- Exposure to a wide array of creative work, fascinating people, and interesting events in 14+ unique locations and cultural hubs.
- A diverse and collaborative culture with amazing co-workers that can come as they are and can be themselves in an inclusive environment.
- Access to a beautiful downtown “open concept” workspace in our Head Office in Toronto with great public transit access, casual dress code (yes jeans are okay, everyday!)
- Career advancement and learning opportunities (we have great lunch & learns)
- Competitive pay and benefits as a not-for-profit
- Fun company events, relaxed team get-togethers, occasional doggy day visits, and company celebrations
Diversity & Accessibility
In accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code, Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005, accommodation will be provided at any point throughout the hiring process, provided the candidate makes their accommodation needs known to Artscape. For more information, please see our Accessible Customer Service policy.
Artscape’s Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Commitment
We will hold ourselves and each other accountable through word and action with the assurance that every member of the Artscape community be treated equitably, with dignity and respect. As an employer, as staff, as leaders and community members, we will act in an inclusive manner at all times and with mutual respect of individuals’ rights to be understood and heard.
We believe equity, diversity and inclusion create a culture that embraces the uniqueness of individuals and is representative of the Canadian population and we are resolute in cultivating an environment where all people are respected and their differences embraced.
We do not condone or tolerate behaviour that undermines the dignity of any individual. Expressions of hate such as intimidation, harassment, offensiveness or hostility will not be tolerated.
We stand firm in our commitment to the erasure of and fight against all forms of discrimination and harassment, including but not limited to: Islamophobia, anti-Semitism, xenophobia, sexism, anti-Black racism, classism, ableism, homophobia, transphobia, ageism and anti-indigenous rhetoric and/or remarks.
We further commit to the creation and enforcement of open and inclusive spaces, free of hate and all forms of oppression.
We will support the growth, awareness and understanding of our most marginalized and racialized communities and will promote and encourage open dialogue that does not infringe on the rights of others or cause harm.