The Quebec Drama Federation (QDF) is currently seeking a part-time (25hrs/week) Membership & Communications Coordinator with a year-long contract beginning on August 5, 2019. The position pays 15$/hour, payable in correspondence with net amounts after all standard employment deductions.
Reporting to the Managing Director, the Membership & Communications Coordinator is responsible for the coordination and execution of QDF’s membership and communications strategies. The Membership & Communications Coordinator will write, produce and distribute materials using QDF’s communications channels and will monitor and maintain the QDF website and social media platforms. The Membership & Communications Coordinator will provide front line membership assistance and ensure that QDF’s visions, goals and objectives fully support its membership.
Membership and Communications Coordinator
Duties & Responsibilities:
- Prepare and execute all promotional aspects of QDF programs, services, events, and initiatives
- Provide front line assistance with membership registration and renewal including payment processing & database maintenance
- Plan and execute social media campaigns and strategies
- Manage, maintain and update company website
- Compile post-event and monthly analytics + communications reports
- Compile monthly and annual membership reports
- Manage and adhere to a Membership and Communications budget as given by Managing Director
- Manage and compile online submissions for quarterly calendar, bi-weekly newsletter, and social media campaigns
- Design promotional materials such as posters and graphics for web
- Attend and provide live coverage of member events on behalf of QDF
- Contribute and provide support to QDF’s advocacy activities
- Answer phones and general email inquiries
- Excellent written and verbal communications skills
- Dependable, punctual, team player with outstanding interpersonal skills
- Enthusiastic and self-motivated
- Ability to manage multiple deadlines, adapting to changing priorities as necessary
- Strong organization and management skills
- Responsive and considerate of membership needs
- Practical knowledge of theatre environment is essential. Cultural policy and arts advocacy knowledge and an understanding of the broader performing arts landscape is an asset.
- Familiar with design software (e.g. InDesign, Photoshop), MailChimp, Microsoft office, Facebook, Twitter, website and database management
- Fluent written and spoken in English and French languages
- Eager to work collaboratively with a small but dedicated staff, Board of Directors and the talented artists of Quebec
Candidates are asked to send a CV and comprehensive Cover Letter by environmentally friendly email (as attached PDF files) to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications should include references.
Candidates must submit applications by Friday, July 19, 2019 at 3PM though applications will be considered as they come in and interviews may be held prior to this date. The selected candidate will begin training the week of August 5, 2019 and take over the position as of the week of August 12, 2018.
QDF represents and gives voice to people who identify diversely across the spectrums of gender, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, and ability. Quebec Drama Federation is an equal opportunity employer and values diversity in its workforce, encouraging applications from all qualified individuals. We strongly encourage applications from members of equity seeking groups, including but not limited to: persons with disabilities, BIPOC communities, gender fluid, non-binary and gender non-conforming people, newcomers to Canada and from all groups who experience marginalization. We encourage applicants to self-identify in their cover letter if they are comfortable doing so. We thank all applicants for their interest but only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Located in Montreal Quebec, the Quebec Drama Federation (QDF) is a membership organization that exists to support English-language theatre companies, artists and their artistic expressions in Quebec. This support manifests itself through leadership, collaborations with partners and stakeholders in the community, promotion of the artists and companies, professional development and identification of the role of theatre in the community at large.