Job Posting: Art Program Facilitator

Job Posting SC 2016

Artbeat Studio Inc. is seeking a passionate and committed team member for the position of “Art Program Facilitator” at Studio Central, 444 Kennedy Street, Winnipeg.

Studio Central – Urban Arts Centre is a project of Artbeat Studio providing programming for residents of the Central Park inner city neighbourhood.  Programming at Studio Central provides opportunity for engagement with both visual and performing arts as a means of inspiring personal passion, building relationships, and bridging diverse groups.

This is a full time position with a benefits package.

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Please submit your resume along with a covering letter by email to:

Lucille Bart, Executive Director

Artbeat Studio, 4- 62 Albert St.


Applications will be received (by email only) until Friday, January 29th, 2016

We are grateful for all applications; persons selected for an interview will be contacted.

 ‘Art Program Facilitator’ for Artbeat Studio at ‘Studio Central Urban Art Centre’ located at 444 Kennedy Street, in Central Park.  Programming aims to make art accessible to everyone, regardless of economic means, background, or artistic experience.  Art making, visual and performance, that promotes social engagement is at the core of the Studio Central mission. The Art Program Coordinator reports to Artbeat Studio’s Executive Director.

This is a full-time permanent position. Tuesday thru Saturday, 10:00am – 6:00pm.

Remuneration: Salary $33,000 annually.

The Art Program Facilitator reports directly to the Executive Director of Artbeat Studio.


This position is for someone with strong administrative and leadership skills who has a passion for the arts and the role participatory arts plays in community building and social inclusion.

Degree in Arts Administration, Fine Arts, Art Education, Architecture, or related field. Advanced degree is preferred. Minimum two years work experience with multi-cultural inner-city and vulnerable populations, including program development and promotion. Demonstrated small- and large-scale project development and personnel management. ‘Child Abuse Registry’ check and ‘Criminal Record’ checks are required for employment.


Implement programs based on established goals with specific, measurable results. Ensure program quality throughout the year. Visual representations of typical program activities available at Studio Central Facebook.


Select, enlist, orient train, supervise and evaluate program volunteers. Facilitate focused and productive volunteer forums. Proactively and constructively address issues that may impact volunteers, participants and programming.


Develop, present, and maintain budget(s). Work collaboratively with staff to stay within established budgets. Ensure the program is managed consistently within grant requirements and funding constraints. Oversee supply management. Track and report on outreach and enrollment efforts.


Cultivate and manage strong professional relationships with participants, volunteers, and key constituencies. Track and report on outreach and enrollment efforts.


Craft, review and revise program content for print, web, and social media.
Proactively bring positive stories of participants, volunteers and staff to the Executive Director


Working knowledge of MS Office suite, Adobe Design suite, database management  (Giftworks), file management on a local server accessed by a number of staff users.


If this description seems like a good match for your personality, skills, and career goals please send us a cover letter, resume, and two references (all in one document) by email to:

Subject line: Art Program Coordinator

Applications for this position will be accepted until Friday, January 29th.