Are you interested in working at the Art Canada Institute? The Art Canada Institute (ACI) is a dynamic, educational arts organization, dedicated to making Canadian art history a contemporary, multi-vocal conversation. With a robust editorial program, a digital library, and a multifaceted online art education program, the ACI serves a bilingual audience of hundreds of thousands of arts enthusiasts, scholars, educators, and students. If you are a creative individual interested in contributing to an organization that seeks to change the country’s visual landscape, consider joining the vibrant and versatile team of professionals at the Art Canada Institute.

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Position Title: Controller
Job Type: Full-time, 40 hours/week
Location: GTA, currently working primarily remotely
Compensation: $90,000 – $115,000 (commensurate to experience)

 

Working at the Art Canada Institute is a unique opportunity to join a team that is passionate about transforming access to the visual arts in Canada and committed to developing outstanding content and engaging outreach programs. We are looking for a Controller who will play a central role in leading the organization’s financial management: in this position you will be responsible for both critical day-to-day operations and for long term strategic planning. Your key areas of work will be accounts payable and receivable; banking; payroll; reporting; tax receipts; budgeting; and the audit. You will work closely with the Executive Director and senior leadership team, as well as with the Treasurer and the Finance Committee. You will supervise the work of the Finance Assistant.

 

Please submit your CV and cover letter to the attention of Sara Angel, Executive Director, at jobs@aci-iac.ca, no later than December 5, 2022. Applicants will be assessed on a rolling basis.

 

For more information, download the complete job description.

 

 

 

Position Title: Editorial & Programming Coordinator
Job Type: Full-time, 40 hours/week
Location: Primarily remote
Compensation: $42,000-$48,000 (commensurate to experience)

 

Are you a highly organized, detailed-oriented person who is passionate about publishing and the visual arts? Do you enjoy problem solving, working with people, and a role with variety? Do you take pride in being efficient and productive, and getting things done with high quality? The Art Canada Institute (ACI) is looking for an ambitious, highly motivated, and savvy Editorial & Programming Coordinator to join our dynamic not-for-profit organization that brings Canadian art and its history to a broad public audience. This unique new position will support the core programming of the organization, including the Online Art Book Project, the Canadian Art Library, the Education Program, the Weekly Newsletter, and the Fellowship Program. The position will provide broad exposure and professional development in the visual arts and publishing sectors. Working closely with the Executive and Deputy Directors, this role is an opportunity to collaborate with the leading thinkers in the Canadian art world to bring the organization’s mission to the public.

 

Please submit your resume and letter of interest to the attention of Jocelyn Anderson, Deputy Director (janderson@aci-iac.ca). Review of applications will begin on Friday, November 18 and continue until the position is filled.

 

For more information, download the complete job description.

 

 

 

Position Title: Advancement Coordinator
Job Type: Full-time, 40 hours/week
Location: Primarily remote
Compensation: $42,000-$52,000 (commensurate to experience)

 

Are you a highly organized, detailed-oriented person who is passionate about publishing and the visual arts? Do you enjoy problem solving, working with people, and a role with variety? Do you take pride in being efficient and productive, and getting things done with high quality?

 

The Art Canada Institute (ACI) is looking for an ambitious, highly motivated, and savvy Advancement Coordinator to join our dynamic not-for-profit organization that brings Canadian art and its history to a broad public audience. This unique new position is being created to meet the needs of ACI’s growth, and will provide broad exposure and professional development in fundraising and the visual arts and publishing sectors. Reporting to the Senior Advancement & Operations Associate and working closely with the Executive and Deputy Directors, this role will support the core administration of the Advancement department and is an opportunity to collaborate with the leading thinkers in the Canadian art world to bring the organization’s mission to the public, and to an exceptional group of benefactors.

 

Please submit your resume and letter of interest to the attention of Christie Kirchner, Senior Advancement & Operations Associate, jobs@aci-iac.ca.

 

For more information, download the complete job description.

 

 

 

Position Title: Executive Editor
Job Type: Full-time, 40 hours/week
Location: Primarily remote
Compensation: $90,000 – $100,000

 

Are you passionate about Canadian art and its history? Are you interested in developing publications that bring original research on art in Canada to a broad general audience? Are you a leader with a positive outlook and talent to get the best out of a team? Are you enterprising and driven to take initiative? Do you have resilience, and the ability to deliver excellence amidst tight timelines and changing circumstances?

 

If you can say “yes” to the above mentioned questions than you have the qualities that the Art Canada Institute is looking for in an Executive Editor to join our dynamic not-forprofit organization that brings Canadian art and its history to a broad public audience through four key areas of programming: online and print publications; Kindergarten to grade 12 teacher guides; fellowships to change the narrative of Canadian art history; and a weekly newsletter.

 

Please submit your CV and cover letter to the attention of Sara Angel, Executive Director, jobs@aci-iac.ca, no later than December 2, 2022. Applicants will be assessed on a rolling basis.

 

For more information, download the complete job description.

 

 

 

Position Title: Senior Marketing and Communications Manager
Job Type: Full-time, 40 hours/week
Location: Primarily remote
Compensation: $75,000 – $90,000

 

Are you passionate about Canadian art and its history? Are you interested in finding new and innovative ways to bring this subject to a broad public audience through 21st-century communications and storytelling? Are you a leader with a positive outlook and talent to get the best out of a team? Are you enterprising and driven to take initiative? Do you have resilience, and the ability to deliver excellence amidst tight timelines and changing circumstances?

 

If you can say “yes” to the above mentioned questions than you have the qualities that the Art Canada Institute is seeking for in a highly motivated Senior Marketing and Communications Manager. We’re looking for someone to join our dynamic not-for profit organization that brings Canadian art and its history to a broad public audience through four key areas of programming: online and print publications; Kindergarten to grade 12 teacher guides; fellowships to change the narrative of Canadian art history; and a weekly newsletter.

 

Please submit your CV and cover letter to the attention of Sara Angel, Executive Director, jobs@aci-iac.ca, no later than December 2, 2022. Applicants will be assessed on a rolling basis.

 

For more information, download the complete job description.

 

 

At ACI-IAC, we are committed to building and fostering an environment where our employees feel included, valued, and heard. Our belief is that a strong commitment to diversity and inclusion enables us to promote the study of an inclusive multi-vocal Canadian art history to as broad an audience as possible, in both English and French, within Canada and internationally. We especially welcome applications from Indigenous people, racialized people, people with disabilities, people from gender and sexually diverse communities, and people with intersectional identities.

 

 

 

Banner image: Norval Morrisseau, Observations of the Astral World, c.1994, acrylic on canvas, 236 x 514 cm, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa.

 

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