QUINTE BALLET SCHOOL OF CANADA is seeking a part-time employee for the following program.
Quinte Ballet School of Canada (QBSC) is hiring a reception and administrative support person for the Assemblé Dance Program. The role requires experience in working with members of the public. The position of Assemblé Dance Program Administrator (ADPA) supports the Assemblé Dance Program Coordinator (ADPC) with registrations, student attendance, marketing, direct communications with parents and families, problem solving, and assisting with various activities. You will assist with maintenance of sound equipment, laptops, monitors, and other equipment used during Zoom meetings. You have a strong ability to work independently as the role is primarily during the teaching hours of the Assemblé Dance Program. An understanding or background in dance is considered an asset. The ability to work in a fast-paced environment and take on tasks at the last minute are required.
A vulnerable sector check is required for this position. If you have not obtained one within the last two years, QBSC will cover the cost of this check upon presentation of a receipt and the completed check. A valid drivers’ licence and access to a vehicle are also assets to this role.
The position is responsible for assisting with performances by preparing ticket information, selling tickets when required, assisting with front of house ticket sales as well as entry to the venue. The position will be asked to proofread programs and other various documents for accuracy. This position reports directly to the Assemblé Dance Program Coordinator but also responds to the needs of the Artistic Director and the General Manager in their roles to fulfill the mission of the school.
This is a part-time position with anticipated hours of work being between 5:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. Monday to Thursday, for up to 16 hours per week. Weekend work is required during performances.
- Competency with Microsoft Office
- Experience with Zoom meetings as a facilitator
- Standard First Aid Certification
- Police Vulnerable Sector check
- Confident speaking to individuals, groups and on the telephone
- Capacity to work under pressure and when necessary, in collaboration with others
Deadline for submissions is Friday September 9th @ 4:00 p.m. Forward resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org
Established in 1972, the Quinte Ballet School of Canada has evolved into one of the top full-time professional ballet schools in the country. In addition to the Professional Training Program (ages 10-18), the school offers comprehensive recreational and summer dance intensive programmes. Located in Belleville, Ontario, QBSC is a registered charitable, not-for-profit organization with a full and part-time staff of approximately 20.
QBSC is a non-profit organization and functions with a small, full-time administrative staff. At certain times during the school year, especially in the weeks leading up to our three annual performances, our reliance on the assistance of committed volunteers is critical. We welcome dynamic volunteers of all backgrounds to provide support in a variety of positions. Opportunities are available in the following areas:
Wardrobe and Sewing
Poster and Brochure Distribution
To inquire about volunteering with the Quinte Ballet School of Canada, please contact Jane Gardner at email@example.com