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Chronos Vocal Ensemble is hiring a part-time Audience Engagement and Communications Coordinator! This individual will help build and implement marketing, communications, and social media strategies, and take a central role in managing how our audiences experience their concerts in Edmonton. You will help connect the choir with those who matter most!
Please view the full job posting HERE. Chronos invites inquiries from diverse applicants with a range of backgrounds, experiences and competencies.
To apply, please email email@example.com (subject line “AECC Position”), and share up to 500 words concerning your skills, experience and interest. Please also provide your preferred method(s) of contact, and general availability. Resumes, links and/or work examples are welcome but not required at this stage.
The preliminary deadline is July 29, after which we will begin to assess and respond to inquiries. We will respond to all inquiries. This position is open until filled, with an intended start date of September 2022.
Chronos Vocal Ensemble is a diverse group of skilled singers united by the goal of creating compelling choral experiences. Chronos Vocal Ensemble was founded in 2013 by Jordan Van Biert and has delighted audiences across Canada and the U.S. The choir has released three recordings and collaborated with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, Alberta Baroque Ensemble, Spiritus Chamber Choir (Calgary), Edmonton Youth Choir and more. In 2015, the choir won the Healey Willan Grand Prize in the National Competition for Canadian Amateur Choirs.
Program Coordinator — Choir Alberta
Choir Alberta is currently seeking a part-time (25 hours per week) Program Coordinator. Reporting to the Executive Director, the Program Coordinator is responsible for overseeing the planning and delivery of Choir Alberta programs including the Alberta Youth Choir, Alberta Children’s Choirs, Music Conference Alberta, SongBurst and Choralfest. Areas of work include:
Coordinating Choir Alberta’s Program Advisory Committee
Short and long-term program planning
Program delivery and logistics management
Recruiting, training, and managing of volunteers
Coordinating Choir Alberta’s guest artists
Collaborating in the development of program budgeting
Keeping complete and accurate records for all Choir Alberta programs
Program assessment and evaluation
The successful applicant will have a passion for choral music and the arts and will be a strong team player with a positive attitude. Other job requirements include:
Strong organizational skills
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Exceptional computer skills, including proficiency with Microsoft Office (experience with QuickBooks and Adobe Creative Suite an asset)
Well-developed leadership skills
The ability to prioritize tasks, multitask, and budget time appropriately
Advocating for Choir Alberta and its programs and services
In addition to working at the Choir Alberta’s Edmonton office, the successful candidate will work on site for the duration of all Choir Alberta programs, some of which take place on weekday evenings and weekends. As several Choir Alberta programs take place outside of the City of Edmonton, the successful candidate will require a valid driver’s license and will be expected to provide his/her own transportation. The salary range for the position starts at $27,500 annually. The successful candidate will also receive a Health Spending Account, Technology Allowance, and paid vacation beginning at 3 weeks. Working with Choir Alberta provides the opportunity to:
Collaborate with renowned choral conductors and leaders from around the world
Contribute to the design and delivery of innovative programs for choirs, conductors, composers, and singers
Join a team of passionate staff and volunteers dedicated to expanding and supporting Alberta’s vibrant choral ecology
To apply, please forward a resume which includes 3 references (reference letters not required) and cover letter to Brendan Lord, Executive Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org. The position will remain open until a suitable candidate is found. However, interested individuals are encouraged to submit their application materials by 8 Aug 2022. Choir Alberta is Canada’s largest Provincial Choral Organization with approximately 500 members of a program roster of 12-15 component programs annually. 2022-2023 is the organization’s 50th Anniversary season. For more information about the organization and what we offer, please visit our website at www.choiralberta.ca.