Working at the Machinerie means :
→ being at the heart of a community of over 2500 performing arts practitioners as well as meeting arts professionals from all backgrounds, disciplines, profiles and career levels;
→ being in close contact with more than 170 specialized arts management resources and connecting them with artists in a spirit of shared expertise and mutual support;
→ acting within a small team that is passionate about arts management and dedicated to culture;
→ Contributing to the consolidation and promotion of the artistic and cultural aspirations of creators in Montreal and all over Quebec;
→ Reflecting and exchanging on good management practices in order to contribute to the necessary changes in our sector.
In collaboration with the Executive director and the Liaison agent, the assistant community agent is responsible for the completion of the following tasks :
Reception, activities and services (50%)
Resource Community Support (50%)
The assistant community agent is a professional, enthusiastic and structured person who is able to maintain quality professional relationships with people from various artistic sectors.
They also meet the following requirements :
Interested candidates must be eligible for the Emploi-Québec salary subsidy program and can send their resume with a cover letter to the executive director by Sunday March 26, 2023. Do not hesitate to contact Rachel Billet by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or phone (514) 907-4783 ext. 204 for more information. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Recruitment policy: The Machinerie is committed to adapting the nature of employment to allophones (whose mother tongue is neither French nor English) in order to promote their integration and support their linguistic progress towards the two working languages of the Machinerie (French and English). The Machinerie encourages applications from BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and people of color), newcomers and people from other forms of diversity (body, gender, etc.). To this end, it will adapt its selection criteria in accordance with the principle of equity. Finally, La Machinerie is committed to listening to the needs of a candidate who has specific needs in terms of accessibility.