Les Petit Ballets of Ottawa seeks a Choreographer/Rehearsal Director

Les Petits Ballets, a well established pre-professional ballet school and performing company located in Ottawa, Ontario is seeking a Resident Choreographer/Rehearsal Director to lead the company through its 2017-2018 season staging two theatre performances per season. Candidates must have a background in classical ballet, enjoy working with children and teens and possess strong choreography skills. Salary is commensurate with experience.

Please direct inquiries and resumes by May 31, 2017 to the Director of Dance at info@lespetitsballets.com.

Call for Volunteers – 20th Annual SUBTLE TECHNOLOGIES Festival

DUO’s client, Subtle Technologies is looking for some capable, sociable people who love art, science and technology to help spread the word about the 20th Annual Subtle Technologies Festival, and to help host workshops in May and June. Volunteers will meet and work with the artists, scientists and innovators who create the festival’s content, and will get free access to some ticketed events. It’s a great way to get involved!

The Subtle Technologies Festival celebrates its 20th anniversary this year with the theme Food, Farms and Future Ecologies, exploring the radical potential of hybrid frameworks for art, science and technology to redefine our understanding of cultivation, consumption and the interdependence of life on our planet.


Before the festival


2 volunteers

Description and Details:

You’ll be delivering promotional postcards to businesses and organizations around the city of Toronto. A list of locations will be provided, and we’re hoping you’ll be able to add to this list, drawing from your knowledge of the local scene. At the end of the festival, you’ll be responsible for providing a list of places where you delivered postcards. You’ll get started right away, distribute another round of postcards early in May that will highlight the May 17th event, and continue doing occasional distribution rounds into early June.

Each of these volunteers will receive 2 tickets to Universe in a Glass, a program of animated shorts at the Gardiner Museum on May 17th, as well as complimentary registration for any one of the single-day workshops at Evergreen Brick Works in June.

Time commitments:

We estimate this will take about 2-3 hours per week for 5 weeks = 10-15 hours total

Upbeat and friendly
Good communication skills
Understanding of the festival’s mandate and content
Knowledge of the city and how to get around it; having a bicycle is an asset
During the festival

1 person per shift
19 shifts total (18 workshops and 1 performance)

Description and Details:
At each festival workshop, the Workshop Assistant will be greeting registered participants, processing tickets purchased through Universe.com or (for some June workshops) taking cash at the door, and handing out surveys, flyers, and festival programs. You’ll be able to answer participants’ questions about the event and venue, and help the presenters as needed. You’ll also post to social media (Instagram, Twitter) about the workshop as it’s happening. You’ll be able to participate in the workshops to some extent (i.e., when you’re not assisting).

For the May workshops, this role will include helping with setup and takedown, which may involve some heavy lifting. For the June Indigenous Plants/Indigenous Histories guided hikes, assistants will need to be able to walk a fairly easy nature trail, and to be comfortable using smartphone apps.

Time commitment:
One orientation session and a minimum of one workshop (minimum ~6 hours)

Friendly and personable
Organized and reliable
Understanding of the festival’s mandate and content
Good understanding of social media
Customer service experience a plus

For some events:
Basic cash handling skills
Basic tech knowledge (to help with the smartphone app)
Able to lift 40 lbs
Able to go on an easy nature hike
Volunteers with specialized skills

1 or 2 volunteers

This volunteer will come to some of the June workshops to shoot video. Subtle Technologies will provide an in-house editor to work with raw footage.

This is a good opportunity for a video production student looking to build a portfolio.

Each of these volunteers will receive 2 tickets to Universe in a Glass, a program of animated shorts at the Gardiner Museum on May 17th, as well as complimentary registration for any one of the single-day workshops at Evergreen Brick Works in June. Any transit or travel expenses will also be reimbursed.

Flexible. Ideally, you’d attend two workshops, which would take about 5 or 6 hours, plus your editing time.

Must have video equipment, access to editing software, and videography shooting and editing skills.

For more information, or to sign up, contact Nadia Halim at:

The Canadian Dance Assembly (CDA) in partnership with Miziwe Biik seeks applicants for an Administrative Coordinator

Administrative Coordinator Job Posting

SUBJECT TO GOVERNMENT FUNDING:  All interested applicants must be registered and working with an employment counsellor at Miziwe Biik Aboriginal Employment & Training.

The Canadian Dance Assembly (CDA) in partnership with Miziwe Biik is seeking applicants for a contract position (26 weeks) as an Administrative Coordinator.

Posting date: April 5, 2017
Closing Date: April 21, 2017 12:00pm
Start Date: May 1, 2017
Location: 476 Parliament St., 2nd Floor, Toronto, ON M4X 1P2

Job Summary: The Administrative Coordinator supports the programming, communications, and membership relations for the CDA. The Administrative Coordinator works directly with the CDA’s General Manager in a supportive capacity.  The Administrative Coordinator oversees the accurate and timely delivery of administrative services, maintains and updates online content, assists with programming related to Conferences and regional events and assists with membership renewals. This position will play an essential role in expanding the operations of the organization.


  •  Assist in the coordination of CDA’s National Conference
  • Assistance with membership renewals and processing
  •  Assistance with website and social media updates
  •  General office support as needed, perform clerical duties to include but not limited to: photocopying, mailing, and filing
  • Act as support to the Executive Director and/or General Manager which may include : maintaining agendas, meeting coordination, minute taking, travel arrangements
  • Provide secretarial support to the management team
  • Support the organization in the coordination of program delivery and development
  • Reply to general information request

Skills and Qualifications:

  • Strong English communication and written skills
  • Basic knowledge in French an asset
  • Post secondary education, training and experience equivalent to a diploma in business administration or administrative office experience is an asset
  • Passionate about the arts
  • The candidate must be an effective communicator: He/She will respond to internal and external enquiries with diplomacy, courtesy and discretion
  • He/She must have a keen sense of organization and ability to multi-task. Effective time-management skills including the ability to organize, prioritize work and meet deadlines are a proven asset
  • Must have strong computer skills (MS Word, Excel, Outlook)
  • Design and Photoshop skills an asset

Wage: $17/hr. x 35 hours per week x 26 weeks

Please note all applicants must be registered with Miziwe Biik in order to be eligible for consideration.

Forward your resume and cover letter to:

Aviva Fleising,
General Manager
476 Parliament St. ,
2nd Floor
Toronto, Ontario M4X 1P2

Email:  aviva@dancecanada.net

We thank all applicants but only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

The Toronto Arts Council is Seeking a Grants Officer – Dance and Literary programs – deadline May 5, 2017

Grants Officer – Dance and Literary programs

Type: permanent full-time

Start Date: June 2017


The Grants Officer is responsible for the management of TAC Dance and Literary programs, which include operating grants for organizations and project grants for individuals, organizations and collectives. In addition to program management, grants officers facilitate the work of TAC standing committees, contribute to policy development and strategies to support their program area, work with colleagues on Toronto Arts Foundation programs, and provide information services and support to the arts community.

Responsibilities include:

Delivering and evaluating grant programs.
Managing and facilitating the peer assessment adjudication process.
Providing guidance and support to applicants.
Community outreach
Attending performances and events on evenings and weekends

Key qualifications:

Knowledgeable about Toronto’s diverse dance and literary communities and the issues facing its members
Experienced and knowledgeable in grant writing and public funding systems
Effective written and verbal communication and presentation skills
Excellent interpersonal, facilitation and consultative skills
Sound judgment, analytical and problem-solving abilities, and organizational skills
Proficient with Windows-based software (Word, Excel) and able to work collaboratively within a small office environment.

Conflict of Interest restrictions:

The successful candidate may not work in any paid or volunteer capacities with organizations and collectives that apply to or receive funding through TAC grants programs.

To apply:

Toronto Arts Council is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to diversity and inclusiveness in its employment. We thank all applicants for their interest. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted. No telephone inquiries please.

Please submit cover letter and resume in a single PDF file by noon on May 5, 2017 by email only to Director of Grants Beth Reynolds – beth@torontoartscouncil.org. Specify Grants Officer in the subject line.

Canadian Alliance of Dance Artists, Ontario Chapter (CADA‐ON) Seeks an Interim Administrative Director


Canadian Alliance of Dance Artists, Ontario Chapter (CADA‐ON) – Interim Administrative Director 

Position: Part-time Administrative Director


Location: Toronto

Start Date: April 2017

Duration: 5-6 months (including 2 week summer break); some negotiation possible

Payment: $17.50/hr; 20 hours per week

CADA-ON is a professional association for dance artists founded and run by dance artists. We see our principles, policies and programs in a community-building context, believing that all parties in the dance milieu have a shared interest in building a strong dance community and our specialized interest is in the status of the individual dance artist. We work to empower and educate members towards self-representation.

POSITION SUMMARY: The Acting Administrative Director is a temporary part-time employee responsible for the duties including office/staff management, overall membership management, disbursement of the Training Subsidy Program (TSP), Board of Director support, grant applications and management, member communications, and financial management of the organization.

CADA-ON seeks an outstanding individual to take on the administration of our organization on a part-time, contracted basis. This position offers a valuable opportunity to candidates entering the arts administration field; our current Acting Executive Director will mentor the successful candidate during transition into the position.

The successful candidate will be offered a contract for an average of 20 hours per week at $17.50 per hour. During transitions into and out of the contract these hours will be shared. This position offers the opportunity for self-directed time management within the time guidelines of some tasks with set deadlines.


• Process membership applications and renewals

• Supply membership statistic reports for Board meetings

• Support Board meetings and assist Board of Directors with outreach initiatives

* Grant preparation • Administer Training Subsidy Program (TSP) ‐ three deadlines per year

• Prepare financial reports, grant applications and reports

• Office management, including filing, computer backups, answering email and telephone queries and meeting with members as requested

* Liaise with bookkeeper and auditor

* Management of part-time Membership Coordinator


• Good working knowledge of Word and Excel

• Keen interest in computing and other technological tools

• Excellent organizational skills

• Excellent oral and written English language skills

• Thorough and conscientious

• Able to work both independently and follow instruction

Experience in the arts; knowledge of the dance milieu is an asset.

Send applications by email to: office@cada‐on.ca.

We thank all candidates ‐ only candidates selected for interview will be contacted.

Blue Ceiling Dance Needs Volunteers April 20 -22 for Animal, Vegetable, Mineral

Blue Ceiling dance needs a bit of box office and chair-stacking assistance April 20-22nd for their world premiere of Animal Vegetable Mineral taking place in the High Park Nature Centre.

The company is looking for two or three volunteers each night to run box office, and assist with stacking and clearing chairs after the performance. Volunteers see the show for free. Volunteers need to be at the High Park Nature Centre by  7pm and stay no later than 930pm.

Potential volunteers should contact Lucy (artistic director of Blue Ceiling dance) blueceiling@sympatico.ca

Animal Vegetable Mineral is an intimate exploration of the sensory experiences and interdependence of species in an ecosystem under pressure. Created by Lucy Rupert in collaboration with Sky Fairchild-Waller, Bee Pallomina, Elke Schroeder, Kate Nankervis and William Yong. Imaginative, vulnerable, unforgettable.

For further information about the company and the show go to:  https://www.blueceilingdance.com/

Job Opportunity: Festival Volunteer Coordinator


Date Posted: Mar 22, 2017

Application Deadline: Mar 31, 2017

Start Date: Apr 10, 2017

Salary: Commensurate with experience
Province: Ontario
Region: Metro Toronto Area
City: Toronto
Term: Contract

Organization Description

Dance Umbrella of Ontario
The Dance Umbrella of Ontario/DUO, is one of Canada’s leading arts management organizations for professional dance creators and small-scale dance companies.

Job Description

Festival Volunteer Coordinator, Subtle Technologies (Toronto)

For 20 years, Subtle Technologies has served as a platform for sharing new ideas at the intersection of art, science and technology. Through our annual festival and year-round programming, we incubate the next generation of artists and thinkers who are passionate about the overlap of art and science, showcase Canadian creativity and promote projects generated by those encounters. The 20th edition of the festival will take place from May 10th to June 25th, 2017 (more info on subtletechnologies.com)
We are currently accepting applications for the position of Festival Volunteer Coordinator. Under contract with Dance Umbrella of Ontario (DUO), the Festival Volunteer Coordinator is responsible for recruiting and coordinating all festival volunteers and provides additional production coordination support. The Festival Volunteer Coordinator reports directly to DUO and to Subtle Technologies’ Artistic Director.

The successful candidate will have a working knowledge of arts festivals. S/he will possess firsthand experience in managing volunteers and production coordination.



• 2+ years experience in project management and volunteer coordination
• Proficiency in a Mac environment
• Cordial and effective communication skills
• Experience working with the public
• Strong problem solving skills
• Self starter and able to work in a team environment
• Proven ability to prioritize and manage simultaneous tasks
• Strong written and verbal communication
• Prior experience in production coordination is a plus.



Volunteer Coordination
• Coordinate and disseminate call for volunteers to multiple organizations across multiple platforms/channels
• Recruit a minimum of 25 volunteers for various roles for the duration of the festival
• Confirm volunteers and communicate their times and expectations at regular intervals
• Prepare and disseminate a volunteer package (short description of festival programming; tasks and responsibilities for each position)
• On-site at various locations for the duration of the festival to manage volunteers and event
• Maintain and update shift volunteer schedules throughout the event
• Other duties as required

Other festival coordination
• Installation of the opening reception (May 10)
• Attend all meetings as required
• In close collaboration with the Festival Director, purchase necessary supplies for workshops
• Compile and print guest lists and disseminate as required
• Assemble festival and press passes
• Other duties as required


➢ Start date: April 10th, 2017
➢ End date: June 27th, 2017
➢ Prep time prior to the festival is estimated at 8 hours per week until festival opening event May 10th
➢ Must attend all festival events and workshops. Working hours during the Festival, require flexibility. A detailed schedule will be provided to the successful applicant.


➢ Flat fee commensurate with experience
➢ A desk will be provided at DUO for the preparation periods in April and May and during the festival.
➢ The contractor is required to have a fully functioning personal laptop and cell phone.


How to Apply:

Please send an up-to-date CV and letter of interest in MS Word or PDF format to caroline@danceumbrella.net. Include “Volunteer Coordinator 2017” in the subject line. No phone calls will be accepted when applying for this position.

Application deadline: March 31st, 2017

While we appreciate all interest in the position, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. DUO is an equal-opportunities employer.


Contact Info:

Name: Caroline Caire
Telephone Ext.:
Email: caroline@danceumbrella.net
Website: www.danceumbrella.net

Job Opportunity: The Dance Current is seeking an Editor

Job Posting: Editor (One-year maternity leave)

Date Posted: March 1, 2017

Application Deadline: March 31, 2017

Start Date: May 1, 2017

Compensation: $32,000 annually

Location: Toronto Term: One-year Maternity Leave Contract


Organization Description:

The Dance Current is a niche consumer title published by the not-for-profit multi-platform education and media company Dance Media Group/Groupe Danse Média. We produce print, online and live content and programming that serves to educate the dance sector and the general public, cultivating literacy and critical discourse about the art, culture and practice of dance in Canada. We envision a Canadian public and a broad-reaching dance sector that are: critically engaged with dance art and practice as a part of the Canadian cultural experience, better able to appreciate dance/movement as cultural and aesthetic expression, literate in the current and historical context that shapes the field, alive with robust conversation, and inclusive of diverse perspectives. We aim to be the authoritative magazine leading and developing critical discourse and engaged conversation about the art, practice and culture of dance in Canada. We do this by commissioning, curating and publishing original Canadian content by dance artists, educators, scholars, writers and photographers, as well as arts and culture journalists and writers from beyond dance. The Dance Current is the only publication of its kind for dance in Canada, publishing a bimonthly print magazine and content-based website: thedancecurrent.com


Job Description:

The Dance Current is seeking an Editor to cover a one-year maternity leave. This is a contract position, commencing May 1, 2017 and is the senior editorial position at the organization, reporting to the Director. The Dance Current maintains a small, shared office space at 401 Richmond St. in Toronto and operates with an annual budget of approximately $190,000.

The Dance Current publishes six regular print issues per year, and produces online content streams including listings; videos; news; reviews, features, columns and galleries. This is an exciting time for The Dance Current as we prepare to celebrate our 20th Anniversary in May 2018.

Working collaboratively with the small team, the Editor curates, develops and edits all print and online content, working within the overall organizational vision and strategic objectives and ensuring effective representative coverage of the field. The Editor undertakes substantive, style, fact-checking and proofing responsibilities in all content areas and manages editorial processes and production workflows, including communication among the editorial/production team. The Editor reports and consults at regular intervals with the Director to discuss editorial strategy and objectives and meets editorial goals within the financial resources available. Reporting to the Editor are the Editorial and Production Coordinator, the Circulation and Production Coordinator, a Translator, Copy Editor and Designer.

This is a full-time one-year maternity leave contract position requiring an average of 40 hours per week contingent on the production cycle. Workflow fluctuates around bimonthly print production periods, intensifying over a three- to four-week period each cycle. The Editor works primarily in the office but may complete some work off-site so long as communication during regular office hours is maintained with the office staff.

Responsibilities: As The Dance Current is a small, not-for-profit organization, the position involves a wide variety of responsibilities and the ideal candidate will enjoy working within a closely collaborative and responsive context. Responsibilities of the position include but are not limited to:

  • Developing and maintaining innovative and efficient multi-media editorial strategy in line with organizational objectives. Using organizational reports and measurements to focus and adapt long-term planning to promote organizational sustainability.
  • Curating, planning and integrating multi-media content for existing readers and new target markets in collaboration with staff team, editorial advisors and contributing writers.
  • Editing and preparing all content including substantive and style editing, fact checking, directing photo sourcing, and proofing, working with designer on layouts and approving final copy and print/digital files for publication
  • Developing requisite un-credited writing and other supporting copy including an editorial for each print issue and for some email newsletters.
  • Implementing editorial and production processes and workflows: setting schedules; maintaining operations manuals and data entry/tracking records; collating monthly digital engagement statistics; managing communications and deadlines for the team; ensures timely production, publication and posting.
  • Managing the editorial budget; hiring, commissioning and contracting contributors. Acting as HR Liaison to all contributors, ensuring communication of contractual terms and conditions. Preparing and collecting relevant documents with respect to contributor payment.
  • Supervising, developing and mentoring editorial staff, emerging writers and interns by providing guidance and offering feedback
  • Contributing ideas and hands-on support to the organizational strategy in sales, circulation, marketing, sponsorship and fundraising
  • Collaborating on organizational vision, grant writing, implementing strategic plans and playing a role in the stewardship of the organization



The successful applicant will be a visionary individual, capable of supporting the current programs of the organization, and contributing to the organization’s growth. The Editor’s priority will be to maintain and develop the editorial excellence of the magazine, in print and online. They will possess:

  • A bachelor’s degree in English, Journalism, Communications, or a related field (required)
  • Significant editorial experience in periodical publishing, both print and online. Alternatively, significant editorial experience in digital, book or e-book publishing may be considered. Curatorial/dramaturgical experience in dance, theatre or performance with the requisite exceptional language and editing skills may also be considered.
  • Hands-on experience working collaboratively with writers, photographers and art directors to realize an editorial vision
  • Applied knowledge and hands-on experience with digital media and online editorial models, with the proven ability to realize innovative cross-platform editorial solutions for a small-scale, niche publication
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a small, dedicated staff team, providing leadership, communicating a vision and motivating staff to achieve it
  • Excellent time management skills with ability to multi-task and meet deadlines without fail in a fast-paced environment
  • Proven ability with Microsoft Office and Adobe Acrobat and high comfort level with digital technologies, including drupal based or comparable website platforms, apps, social media and cloud-based workflows, with the capacity to regularly and easily adapt to and integrate new digital tools
  • Knowledgeable and passionate about dance, art, culture and community practice • Experience with not-for-profit resource management and culture
  • Ability to work some evenings and weekends during production periods or events
  • Bilingual English-French highly desirable


How to Apply: Individuals interested in applying should forward their résumé and cover letter, combined in one PDF document to:


The Dance Current

401 Richmond St. W, Suite 358

Toronto ON M5V 3A8

By e-mail: hiringcommittee@thedancecurrent.com

(please make the subject heading Job Posting – Editor)


The Dance Current is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to the principles of equity and diversity in employment. All qualified persons are encouraged to apply.


Deadline for applications – Friday March 31, 2017 by 6pm EST


We thank all applicants in advance for their interest in this position; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Propeller Dance seeks a Digital Engagement Coordinator

Propeller Dance is looking for a Digital Engagement Coordinator to join their highly creative and collaborative team. The Coordinator will enable and increase engagement in Propeller’s exciting creation and performance projects for 2017.

Contract Details:

Term: Six months – 20 hours/week for up to 25 weeks (to mid-Sept, 2017)
Rate: $24.00/hour ($12,000)
Application Deadline: Mon, Feb 27, 2017

The overall goal for Propeller’s digital engagement initiatives is to propel the field of inclusive and accessible performance, and dance-theatre in general, into a new sphere by developing and using digital resources to reach, teach and engage a wider community.

Digital engagement is one component of a much larger, innovative year-long project that will include a variety of activities/digital tools to enable fuller accessible and inclusive engagement for both audiences and performers, in theatre as well as site-specific public settings.

The project is created and directed by Renata Soutter, Co-Artistic Director/Choreographer of Propeller in collaboration with the Propeller Company dancers, and is being presented by GCTC in association with the NAC Canada Scene.

For more details on what Propeller is looking for see the detailed job posting.

Kaeja d’Dance is seeking a General Manager

One of Canada’s longest standing contemporary dance companies, Toronto’s Kaeja d’Dance’s husband and wife founders are at the heart of the Company. Since 1991, Kaeja d’Dance has created award-winning contemporary dance performances, community and audience engagement events, site-specific works, acclaimed dance films and educational programs. With over 160 original works including commissions here and abroad, the company develops innovative performance platforms for professional and community dance artists provoking collaborative relationships between the body and the everyday. Karen and Allen’s signature aesthetic is known for its athletic intensity, sensual articulation and theatrical imagery.


Kaeja d’Dance is seeking a General Manager to partner with the Co-Artistic Directors to fulfill the artistic vision of the company. This is an exciting opportunity for an arts professional to work with one of Canada’s established and vibrant contemporary dance companies. This position (25 hours per week with potential to move to full time) will provide opportunities for a talented, ambitious individual to take on a leading role in stewarding the development of the Company’s continuity and new initiatives. The ideal candidate is a highly organized, self-directed problem solver, who exhibits exceptional good judgement and a commitment to the audience and donor experience. If you have a passion for arts management, developing audiences, forging connections, community engagement and contributing directly to the success of an innovative arts organization, this job is for you!


  • Public and private sector funding research, proposal writing, evaluation and reporting
  • Project management of multi-year community engagement projects, festivals, tours, film shoots, special events and creation projects
  • Marketing, outreach and communication strategy development for events and productions
  • Budget management, accounting/bookkeeping, payroll, banking, contracting
  • Stakeholder relations including those with community partner organizations, presenters, funders, donors and perhaps most importantly, our audiences
  • Supervising full and part-time employees and contract staff and volunteers
  • Knowledge of the non-profit arts and Canadian dance scenes will be considered an asset


  • Incredibly detail oriented. You love the details – managing critical paths, creating timelines, maintaining schedules, tracking/documenting materials, proofreading copy, etc.
  • Excellent organizational skills and the ability to manage multiple tasks, schedules, personalities and competing interests simultaneously
  • Advanced problem solving skills. You are a resourceful and creative thinker when faced with a challenge, and you understand that every problem has a solution. You think ahead, anticipate potential problems/outcomes and plan accordingly
  • Highly developed research and writing skills and a track record of successful funding submissions. You love reading strategic plans from funders and finding ways to connect your organizations existing programming and people to their goals and priorities. You are comfortable and adept at writing everything from snappy marketing copy and press releases, to donor appreciation letters and corporate sponsorship asks
  • Strong interpersonal skills. Comfortable working with a variety of stakeholders such as volunteers, local politicians, small business owners and community groups with a commitment to quality customer service. You feel comfortable talking to strangers and building connections for our work and the company
  • Comfortable working in non-profit setting with a strong interest in the performing arts, community engagement, public space activation and city building
  • Advanced computer competency in word processing, spreadsheets, data management and social media platforms
  • Knowledge of Quickbooks or another accounting software (Freshbooks or Simply Accounting) OR a strong affinity to, and ease in, learning new programs
  • Can-do attitude, positive outlook with a desire to work collaboratively to make magical things happen!


  • Submission deadline: Monday, February 13, 2017
  • The GM position is 25 hours/week (with potential to move to full time)
  • Salary for this position is based on a full time (37.5 hours per week) salary of $50,000 annually but will be prorated to 25 hours a week
  • Position commences on March 6, 2017
  •  Please email your cover letter, resume and 2 references as one single pdf document to: “GM Search Committee” kaeja@kaeja.org
  • The committee will review applications as they arrive
  • Our outgoing GM will remain available to facilitate an excellent transition
  • Kaeja d’Dance is open to shared management solutions
  • Kaeja d’Dance is an equal opportunity employer.

While we thank all applicants for their interest, only those selected for an interview will be contacted by Wednesday February 15, 2017