Part Time Event Coordinator
Deadline to apply: Nov 30th, 2023
The Event Coordinator (EC) will be responsible for the administration and facilitation of key recurring Roedde House Museum events. Currently this includes the monthly jazz concert and movie night – this may expand to other events depending on scheduling and interest.
In collaboration with the House Manager and Community Engagement Coordinator, the EC will be responsible for:
- Pre-event administration
(setting up ticketing, ensuring marketing is organized, preparing vendor/artist contracts, scheduling volunteers, securing the appropriate supplies/equipment)
- Event facilitation
(setting up, supporting volunteers, active staffing, social media documenting, cleaning up)
- Post-event reporting
(reporting on attendance, compiling feedback, facilitating vendor payments)
The EC will be the point of contact for these two events (jazz concert, movie night) but will work closely with the Museum staff, concert Artistic Director, and movie night-responsible Board Director. While this role is not responsible for selecting the programming, their input is welcomed as they gain more experience in the role and working with the programming Directors.
Time commitment: Up to 20 hours/month*
Hourly wage: $20/hour
Roedde House Museum is a unique, stimulating place, looking for dynamic, forward-thinking and dedicated individuals with a passion for heritage conservation and local history.
Roedde House Museum will only consider candidates who are currently living in Canada and are legally allowed to work here.
The Museum does accept unsolicited applications; however we will only contact applicants who have been selected for an interview. Thank you for your interest in the Roedde House Museum.
The museum welcomes students (bachelor and masters levels) for internships. If you wish to join our team, please fill in the form below and make sure to provide us with all the information mentioned on the check list.
We wish to thank you for your interest, but our staff will exclusively contact applicants whose proposals match with our projects and priorities. For any further inquiry regarding your internship applications, please contact us at 604.684.7040
Visiting Curator Position
The museum is outfitted with a collections room which stands apart from the museum’s furnished 19th to early 20th century rooms as a contemporary space for displays and mini-exhibits. The role of the Visiting Curator will be to research, design, and build displays for the collections room. Using artifacts from the museum, these themed displays should then convey information surrounding the Roedde home and/or the historical context to which it belongs. The idea is also for these displays to be “rotating exhibits” that can be remounted again from time to time.
The position aims to give prospective curators the opportunity to see a small-scale exhibition through from its inception to its final installation, where they would be involved in all aspects of the project’s development
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with your proposal and CV.