Current Employment Opportunities

Work at the Heart of Toronto's Waterfront

Welcome to Harbourfront Centre's online resource for employment opportunities. Simply click on the title of each position listed below for further information. Specific application instructions can be found within each job posting.

Harbourfront Centre is committed to building a diverse workforce and strongly encourages qualified applicants from all backgrounds to apply.

Bilingual Part Time Educator-Job Ref#17J068

Harbourfront Centre is a leader in providing internationally renowned programming in the arts, culture and recreation across a stunning 10-acre site at the heart of Toronto’s waterfront.

For more than 40 years, Harbourfront Centre has celebrated the best in Canadian culture and the rich mosaic of cultures from around the world by curating thousands of events annually across its ten-acre site from music festivals to contemporary dance, to craft & design to sailing lessons. There is something for everyone at Harbourfront Centre, year-round.

ROLE STATEMENT
Position Title: Bilingual Part Time Educator
Department: School Visits
Reporting to: Manager – School Visits
Direct reports: None
Key Relationships: Manager – School Visits, Education Officer – Visual Arts, Education Officer – Urban Studies and Waterfront Explorations, Educators
Type of Employment: Contract (0-5 days/week; September-June)

Summary of Function:
Working under the direction of the Manager – School Visits, Part Time Educators are responsible for the daily execution of our School Visits programs. Part Time Educators set up, deliver and clean-up for their scheduled workshop. They act as ambassadors for Harbourfront Centre and expose students to our site as well as the discipline-specific program requested by the visiting teacher. In addition, Part Time Educators participate in ongoing review of existing programs and collaborate with the Education Officers and Manager – School Visits on new program development.

The ideal candidate will have a breadth of experience teaching students in an inquiry-based, arts-focused institution. Mastery of classroom management as well as portfolio-specific skills are required. Candidate must be fluent in French (written and oral) and able to respond to the needs of a variety of FSL, French Immersion or Francophone school groups as required.



DUTIES
Teaching

• Teach a variety of urban studies, visual arts and/or performing arts workshops to a diverse range of students daily, ranging in age from pre-kindergarten to adult learners;
• Prepare, monitor and reset all classroom spaces;
• Monitor progress of students, provide assistance and encouragement, and pace workshop to meet students’ needs;
• Provide support for co-op students and volunteers if required;
• Execute all programs to the highest standard of teaching excellence, ensuring inclusion of all students remains a top priority;

Programming
• Work closely with the School Visits Team to develop new program ideas;
• Collaborate with Education Officers on program renewal, keeping optimal student outcomes in mind.

Administration
• Ensure inventories of materials are kept up to date and in good order, communicating to the Education Officers should materials be running low;
• Maintain personal schedule through our Staffing Online portal.

Human Resources
• Support interns, co-op students and/or volunteers if required.

Workplace Health and Safety
• All staff are required to take reasonable care of their own health and safety and that of other personnel (including volunteers and interns) who may be affected by their conduct.

Key Performance Indicators
• Successful delivery of all School Visits programs as evaluated through student feedback, visiting educator reviews and teaching observations.

Skills & Requirements

Essential Criteria
• A degree in Education (B.Ed.) or Bachelor of Fine Arts (B.F.A.) or sufficient relevant experience leading workshops with children;
• Fluency in French;
• Ability to work with students from all grade levels;
• Enthusiastic, energetic and able to motivate students
• Organized and able to remain calm when faced with competing priorities (time, resources, etc.);
• For Visual Arts Educators, familiarity with a variety of mediums including clay, printmaking, drawing and painting is required;
• For Performing Arts Educators, familiarity with a variety of dance styles (Hip Hop, Urban Dance, Latin Dance) OR drama techniques (spoken word, storytelling or improv) OR music education is required;
• For Urban Studies Educators, familiarity with Toronto, its history and a willingness to stay on top of current events as related to our programs is required;
• Able to provide or willing to obtain a Criminal Background Check and/or Vulnerable Sector


Desirable Criteria
• Willingness to teach at locations other than Harbourfront Centre as a part of our new In-School initiative

Efforts
• Standing for prolonged periods of time while teaching;
• Frequent communication with students, teachers, parent/guardians and the public;

Working Conditions
• Some exposure to inclement weather conditions during outdoor and offsite Urban Studies programs;
• Some exposure to rigorous physical activity during Dance programs.

Qualified Applicants are invited to apply by: April 1st, 2018

To apply: E-mail your cover letter (in English and French) and resume (English only)
Quoting Job Ref. #17J068-ET to:
TIM WALKER
MANAGER – SCHOOL VISITS
Harbourfront Centre
twalker@harbourfrontcentre.com

Harbourfront Centre is committed to building a diverse workforce and strongly encourages qualified applicants from all backgrounds to apply. Suitable accommodations will be available upon request during the hiring process.

CAMP HEALTHCARE STAFF- Job Ref. #18SM004N


HARBOURFRONT CENTRE
Employment Opportunity
Harbourfront Centre Camps
CAMP HEALTHCARE STAFF

Job Ref. #18SM004N-Healthcare-ET

Number of vacancies: 2

Harbourfront Centre, on Toronto's waterfront, is an innovative non-profit cultural organization which creates, for a diverse public, events and activities of excellence that enliven, educate and entertain. Currently, exciting seasonal employment opportunities exist in Harbourfront Centre Camps, one of Toronto's largest, most diverse and creative day camps.

Please visit: www.harbourfrontcentre.com/camps for more camp information

DUTIES:
• Responsible for the health, safety and well being of campers and staff
• Provide medical care and assessments as necessary
• Perform administrative duties such as file medical forms, complete incident/accident reports and order supplies
• Liaise with parents and public
• Plan and run camp staff training sessions

QUALIFICATIONS:
• Candidates must have Advanced First Aid with CPR-HCP, Advanced medical First Responder, Emergency Medical Responder certificate, or be registered in a Paramedic Program
• Organized, motivated and reliable
• Prior experience at camp and/or working with children
• Police Reference Check with Vulnerable Sector Screening prior to June 29, 2018


DURATION: May – August 31, 2018

HOURS: May – June – Part Time Hours , June 18 - August 31 - 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday

WAGE: $600 per week


DEADLINE: March 16, 2018

Interviews: Interviews will begin at the end of February and may continue throughout March

Interested candidates should apply through our online recruitment portal at the link below. You will be asked to create a profile and will be taken to the application selection page:

https://harbourfrontcentre.campbrainstaff.com

Harbourfront Centre is committed to building a diverse workforce and strongly encourages qualified applicants from all backgrounds to apply

Dock Operations Supervisor- Job Ref. # 18J073

Dock Operations Supervisor
(Seasonal)
Job Ref. # 18J073-ET
Number of vacancies: 2

Situated on Toronto's waterfront, Harbourfront Centre Sailing and Power Boating is a well established Sail & Power Club with a large membership base, conveniently located in downtown Toronto, just south of the Rogers Centre and the CN Tower. Our clubhouse boasts access to over 80 sail and power craft, ranging from 7” to 36” in length and includes 11 international J24’s and 17 Powerboats up to 26 feet. We are dedicated to delivering excellence in boating instruction, as well as making boating accessible to Toronto residents and visitors through instruction, membership and rental programs.

Currently, we are seeking two motivated and reliable individuals to join our Sailing and Power Boating Department as Dock Operations Supervisor. This position will be responsible for maintaining a safe operational fleet service environment and outside operations, as well as participation in activities relating to the development, implementation and management of team performance. The applicant should be available to work a 40-hour week with rotating shift schedules. A good working knowledge of sail and power boats and small engine maintenance is required, as well as the ability to lead and coordinate a team, strong communication skills, initiative and resourcefulness and a commitment to delivering positive customer experiences.


MAJOR DUTIES:
• Daily management of fleet cleanliness and maintenance to ensure their proper operation
• Effective communication of fleet status to management, dock and office staff through regular meetings
• Establishing a safe operating environment based on safety regulations
• Overseeing prioritization of work based on boat issues arising during the season and resource availability
• Daily monitoring and management of weather patterns in compliance with safe boating & company policy
• Overseeing the opening and closing operations
• Ensuring tidiness and cleanliness of facilities and the on-site physical infrastructure
• Reporting and liaising with Marine Police Transport Canada in the case of an incident
• Recruitment and training of Marine Service Crew


SKILLS:
• Small engine maintenance skills and good working knowledge of sail and power boats
• Ability to adapt to changing environments
• Strong communication and time management skills
• Ability to prioritize workload and lead and coordinate a team
• Proactive thinker who can demonstrate initiative and resourcefulness
• Strong interpersonal skills


DURATION: This is a contract position from APRIL – OCTOBER/NOVEMBER 2018

HOURS: A 40-hour work week with rotating shift schedules. Seasonal hours of operation are 11 am-9pm (May, June & September),7 days a week and 8:30am-9pm ( July, August). Employees will work on a shift basis of either 830am-4:30pm, 11am-7pm or 1-9pm, which will rotate from week to week. In April, October and November the work week will be 8am-4pm Monday to Friday.

RATE OF PAY: $15-$16 per hour

APPLICATION DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 28, 2018


Interested applicants must send resume quoting Job Ref. No. 18J073-ET to:
Human Resources Department
235 Queens Quay West, Toronto, ON M5J 2G8
FAX: (416) 973-1003
EMAIL: Jobs@harbourfrontcentre.com

Harbourfront Centre is committed to building a diverse workforce and strongly encourages qualified applicants from all backgrounds to apply. Suitable accommodations will be available upon request during the hiring process.






Head Bartender - Job Ref. # 18J075

Employment Opportunity
Head Bartender

Job Ref. # 18J075-IP
Number of vacancies: 2

Harbourfront Centre is a leader in providing internationally renowned programming in the arts, culture and recreation across our 10-acre campus at the heart of Toronto's waterfront. For more than 40 years, Harbourfront Centre has celebrated the best in Canadian culture and the rich mosaic of cultures from around the world by curating over 4000 events annually, from music festivals to contemporary dance, to craft and design to sailing lessons. There is something for everyone at Harbourfront Centre, year-round.

Currently, we are seeking two motivated and reliable individuals to join our Hospitality/Site Operations department on a part-time basis as Head Bartender. This position plays a key role in assisting with the organization of all bar services and hospitality offerings campus wide. The main responsibilities of this role are to ensure the overall readiness and cleanliness of the Fleck Dance Theatre and Harbourfront Centre Theatre and related auxillary bar services, including managing inventories, stock, ordering and sales reports and as importantly, offering exemplary customer service to our patrons.


MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:
  • Assist with bar management, providing and maintaining a consistent service, inventory control and COGS
  • Stock all areas with product, ensuring staff are keeping appropriate par levels
  • Train and assist with programming, maintaining sales record and deposits for the online POS system
  • Assist with the overall readiness, cleanliness and maintenance of venues and related food and beverage services and equipment
  • Assist with lobby receptions and coordinate with the FOH Manager or AHM on all F&B aspects, including bartenders
  • Liaise with Assistant Production Coordinator on all events requiring bar or beverage service
  • Provide leadership to FOH staff including bartenders and hybrid positions during intermissions and pre-show events
  • Support the Manager, Hospitality and Business Sales with the relationship with Boxcar Social and other onsite F&B partners
  • Assist with the coordination of food and beverage for artist hospitality within Harbourfront Centre's guidelines, including room set up and execution of service campus-wide
  • Assist with staff hospitality coordination for various staff and volunteer event


REQUIREMENTS:
  • 3+ years Bartending experience in a theatre or high volume setting
  • Smart Serve certified
  • Experience with F&B POS systems
  • Knowledge in mixology
  • Must be able to work weekends, evenings and statutory holidays
  • Ability to manage heavy lifting and work with tight deadlines
  • Restaurant serving experience preferred


HOURS: This is a part time position with a work schedule that varies based on our programming needs. Work hours will be mainly during evenings and weekends.

WAGE: $15 per hour

APPLICATION DEADLINE: MARCH 1, 2018

Acceptable applications must include a current resume and cover letter. Interested applicants must submit their candidacy quoting Job Ref. No. 18J075-IP to:
Human Resources Department
235 Queens Quay West, Toronto, ON M5J 2G8
FAX: (416) 973-1003
EMAIL: Jobs@harbourfrontcentre.com
Harbourfront Centre is committed to building a diverse workforce and strongly encourages qualified applicants from all backgrounds to apply.

Marine Crew Technician- Job Ref. # 18J026

HARBOURFRONT CENTRE
Marine Crew Technician

Job Ref. # 18J026-ET
Number of vacancies: 1

Situated on Toronto’s waterfront, Harbourfront Centre is renowned as Canada’s foremost facility for contemporary arts and culture. Our year-round operation offers some 4,000 internationally acclaimed events ranging from music, literary and theatrical festivals to children’s activities and craft shops.

The ideal Technician will have the ability to:

- Maintaining Harbourfront centre marina structures and floating vessels
- marine electrical trouble shooting
- Installing and repairing new and old plumbing for fresh water and sewage
- Wood working on decks and floating structures, repairing and building
- Utilizing a consultative service approach, while flawlessly executing marine related repairs, including electrical and wood related repairs

Education & Experience:

- High School or equivalent
- Valid driver’s license G
- Must be able to operate boats
- Must be able to operate forklifts
- Must be over the age of 18

Desirable Criteria:

- Marine technologies education background an asset
- Must be able to use hand tools such as but not limited to, saws, drills, torches, grinders, concrete drills and saws
- Must be able to use oxy/acetylene torches in controlled and non controlled
environments
- Previous work experience on the water driving boats and towing docks
- Strong organizational skills, willing to work on their own or in a team environment

Efforts:

- Must be willing to work in extreme weather conditions
- Energetic, self-motivated, and results-oriented
- Strong work ethic

Work Health and Safety (WH&S)
- All members of staff are required to take reasonable care of their own health and safety and that of other personnel (including volunteers and interns) who may be affected by their conduct


DURATION: 6 month contract, with the potential to extend
HOURS: 7am-3pm Monday through Friday and on call weekend basis for emergencies
START DATE: As soon as possible
WAGE: Experience and qualification dependent


APPLICATION DEADLINE: February 28th, 2018

Please send your resume quoting Job Ref. No. 18J026-ET to:
Katrina Martens Marine Services Manager
Email: kmartens@harbourfrontcentre.com

Harbourfront Centre is committed to building a diverse workforce and strongly encourages qualified applicants from all backgrounds to apply. Suitable accommodations will be available upon request during the hiring process.

Marine Customer Service Crew -Job Ref. # 18J074

Marine Customer Service Crew

Job Ref. # 18J074-ET

Number of vacancies: 6

Situated on Toronto's waterfront, Harbourfront Centre Sailing and Power Boating is a well established Sail & Power Club with a large membership base, conveniently located in downtown Toronto, just south of the Rogers Centre and the CN Tower. Our clubhouse boasts access to over 80 sail and power craft, ranging from 7” to 36” in length and includes 11 international J24’s and 17 Powerboats up to 26 feet. We are dedicated to delivering excellence in boating instruction, as well as making boating accessible to Toronto residents and visitors through instruction, membership and rental programs.

Currently, we are seeking six motivated and reliable individuals to join our Sailing and Power Boating Department as Marine Customer Service Crew. This position will be responsible for outside boat operations, maintenance and repair, as well as providing front-line service and assistance to members and the general public to ensure a safe and enjoyable boating experience. The applicant should be available to work a 40-hour week or be available on a part-time basis for 20-30 hours per week, with rotating shift schedules. Basic swimming skills and boating experience are required, as well as strong communication and customer service skills, the ability to multitask and to solve problems. Certification in first aid and/or lifesaving and knowledge of boat and/or engine maintenance are an ideal complement.


MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:
  • Opening and closing procedures which include routine checks on boats and engines and reporting to management on a daily basis
  • Frequent communication with office staff to coordinate boats and customers
  • Cleaning and fueling of boats
  • Repairs, including basic engine repairs, replacing sails, running rigging, and basic electrical work (training provided)
  • Rental sign-outs which brief customers on the operation of their boat, including pertinent safety and navigational information
  • Positive, timely and considerate response to the requests of members, instructors and customers
  • Performing "rescues" for customers requiring assistance while one the water, mechanical or otherwise
  • Ensuring that docks and facilities are kept clean and tidy


SKILLS:
  • Basic experience in boating
  • Ability to multitask, prioritize and manage time effectively
  • Strong communication and customer service skills
  • Initiative and ability to solve problems
  • Able to follow standard procedures as set out by management
  • Basic swimming skills
  • Comfortable working outside, near water and exposed to sunlight
  • Knowledge of boat and/or engine maintenance and repair, certification in first aid and/or lifesaving and prior completion of workplace safety training program or safety course are desirable


DURATION: APRIL 16 – FALL 2018


HOURS: 4 positions are available for a 40-hour work week with rotating shift schedules. 2 positions are part-time based on a 20/30-hour work week with rotating shift schedules.
The nature of the job requires week-end work. Seasonal hours of operation are 11 am-9pm (May,June & September),7 days a week and 8:30am-9pm (July, August). Employees will work on a shift basis of either 830am-4:30pm, 11am-7pm or 1-9pm, which will rotate from week to week.


RATE OF PAY: $14.25 - $14.50 per hour


APPLICATION DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 28, 2018


Interested applicants must send resume quoting Job Ref. No. 18J074-ET to:
Human Resources Department
235 Queens Quay West, Toronto, ON M5J 2G8
FAX: (416) 973-1003
EMAIL: Jobs@harbourfrontcentre.com

Harbourfront Centre is committed to building a diverse workforce and strongly encourages qualified applicants from all backgrounds to apply. Suitable accommodations will be available upon request during the hiring process. Please be aware that these positions are physically demanding.

Membership Assistant-Job Ref#18FC01

Harbourfront Centre is a leader in providing internationally renowned programming in the arts, culture and recreation across a stunning 10-acre site at the heart of Toronto’s waterfront. For more than 40 years, Harbourfront Centre has celebrated the best in Canadian culture and the rich mosaic of cultures from around the world by curating over 4000 events annually across its ten-acre site from music festivals to contemporary dance, to craft and design to sailing lessons. There is something for everyone at Harbourfront Centre, year-round.

The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery (TPP) at Harbourfront Centre is Canada’s leading non-collecting, public art gallery dedicated exclusively to contemporary visual art from Canada and the world. It is a vital forum for the advanced artistic culture of our time that offers an exceptional facility and professional support to a diverse group of living artists while engaging equally diverse audiences in their work. The gallery fulfills its mandate by generating: exhibitions that represent the range of advanced practice in visual arts; publications that provide in-depth explorations of contemporary art; lectures and symposia that encourage debate and further understanding; interpretative tools that invite visitors to question, explore and reflect upon their experiences; programming that incorporates other areas of culture at their intersection with visual art

ROLE STATEMENT
Position Title: Membership Assistant
Department: The Power Plant
Reporting to: Individual Giving and Membership Officer
Direct reports: N/A
Works with: Individual Giving and Membership Officer, Executive Assistant, Finance Administration Coordinator, Development Department
Type of Employment: One year contract

Summary of Function:
The Membership Assistant is responsible for supporting all administrative tasks with regards to the Membership and Individual Giving programs at The Power Plant.

DUTIES

Membership and Individual Giving
• Assists all Membership renewals, preparing letters and following up with patrons via email and phone calls.
• Responds to all Membership-enquiries from the general public.
• Assists in the planning, promotion and execution of membership fundraising and stewardship events.
• Ensures all Letter of Agreement benefits are tracked and fulfilled for every donation.
• Provides general assistance to the Individual Giving and Membership Officer as required.


Administration
• Ensures Membership notices and packages have been created, signed and sent out in a timely fashion.
• Coordinates mail outs, maintaining guest lists and tracking attendance of membership and development events.
• Maintains contact lists for Members e-newsletters.
• Minute taking at meetings.
• Data entry, database administration and reporting using Tessitura.
• Perform other duties of a similar nature and level.

Outreach
• Provides hands on assistance at Public Programs and off - site events to cultivate new Members.
• Actively cultivating relationships within the arts community, with potential members and partner organization.
• Contributing creative ideas for Member programs and events.

Workplace, Health and Safety (WH&S)
• All staff are required to take reasonable care of their own health and safety and that of other personnel (including volunteers and interns) who may be affected by their conduct.
• Ensure compliance with applicable obligations under the Occupational Health and Safety Act, R.S.O. 1990, c.O.1.

Key Performance Indicators
• Maintaining engaged, motivated and loyal Members.
• Meeting set targets for Member cultivation and fundraising.
• Successful delivery of The Power Plant’s Membership program.


Skills & Requirements
Essential Criteria
• Understanding of contemporary art
• Superior writing and communications skills, interpersonal skills to deal tactfully with a variety of individuals, external groups and agencies.
• Excellent computer skills (Excel, Word, Power Point etc), familiarity with database and design software an asset.
• Strong organizational and planning skills with attention to detail.
• Ability to maintain patron confidentiality.
• Highly effective communication skills with individuals at all levels of the organization, including the ability to build and maintain relationships between departments.
• Be prompt and dependable.
• Ability to work flexible schedule: evening work at events will be required.

Education & Experience
• University degree in an area such as visual arts and not for profit administration.
• Experience working in an office environment, preferably in an arts or non-profit institution.

Desirable Criteria
• Knowledge of Canada’s arts community.


Acceptable Applications must include:
• A current resume
• A cover letter including salary expectations, indicating how you meet the essential criteria


Qualified applications are invited to apply by: February 28, 2018

Please quote Job Reference # 18FC01-ET
E-mail: jobs@harbourfrontcentre.com

Harbourfront Centre is committed to building a diverse workforce and strongly encourages qualified applicants from all backgrounds to apply. Suitable accommodations will be available upon request during the hiring process.




Sales and Administrative Representative- Job Ref. # 18J072

HARBOURFRONT CENTRE
Employment Opportunity
Sales and Administrative Representative
(Seasonal)
Job Ref. # 18J072-ET

Number of vacancies: 8

Situated on Toronto’s waterfront, Harbourfront Centre is renowned as Canada’s foremost facility for contemporary culture. Our year-round operation offers some 4000 internationally acclaimed events ranging from music, literary and theatrical festivals to children=s activities and craft shops. Currently, we are seeking a motivated and reliable individual to join our Sailing and Power Boating Department as a Sales and Administrative Representative. Positions are responsible for general administrative office duties, and specific responsibilities related to the particular areas, such as Corporate Programming, Membership, Rentals, and Instruction. All staff will be required to know all areas of the business and help out other staff members with each area.

MAJOR DUTIES FOR EACH ROLE:

Corporate Representative
• Research, execute and implement corporate sales objectives. Provide key assistance to management in the growth of corporate sales. Develop and implement corporate sales promotions
• Provide professional front line service delivery to clients and customers
• Arrange and coordinate corporate activities including assistance with boat and instructor resource allocation
• Ensure clients and prospective clients are well informed through regular and varied communication for event customization, with the view to gain as much information as possible at the initial stages of communication
• Identify and communicate internally opportunities to improve the corporate programme
• Ensure client profiles are up to date and appropriately filed
• Coordinate for corporate events including organization of merchandising, end of event presentation packs, on-site podium presentation and team photograph
• Conduct after sales service, for maintaining and building on existing relations
• Administer invoices and accounts receivables
• Participate all company sales and other duties including: opening and closing procedures, providing product and service information and selling our services, processing transactions, handling boat management, course/rental applications, preparing classrooms for courses, filing/ entering data, and maintaining building cleanliness

Member Relations Representative
• Responsible for front line delivery of sales. Assist in the conversion of students to membership. Assist in the development and implementation of sales promotion.
• Ensure members are well informed through regular and varied communication on issues and events, and to build positive relationships with members.
• Identify and communicate internally opportunities to improve programmes.
• Provide a driving force in the development of an active and attracting sailing and power-boating culture, community and environment.
• Ensure member and customer profiles are up to date.
• Monitor member boat usage and encourage “infrequent” users.
• Assist in coordinating “buddy sailing programmes” for individual sailors looking for crew and social interaction.
• Monitor execution of member reported maintenance procedures.
• Participate in Sales, Customer Service and other general duties including: opening and closing procedures, providing product and service information and selling our services, processing transactions, handling boat management, course/rental applications, preparing classrooms for courses, filing/ entering data and maintaining building cleanliness

Instructional Relations Representative
• Provide key assistance to management in the growth of instructional sales.
• Responsible for front line delivery of sales with regard to our products and services. Assist in the conversion of students to membership. Assist in the development and implementation of sales promotion.
• Provide professional front line service delivery to customers.
• Arrange and coordinate courses; including assistance with boat and instructor resource allocation.
• Ensure customers and prospective customers are well informed through regular and varied communication.
• Identify and communicate internally opportunities to improve the administration and marketing of courses.
• Ensure student database is up to date and appropriately maintained.
• Conduct after sales service, for maintaining and building on existing relations
• Administer courses and collect course evaluations and student practical assessments
• Exam marking and follow-up with customers
• Coordinate and administer OSA exams.
• Participate in Sales, Customer Service and other general duties as described by management, including: opening and closing procedures, providing product and service information and selling our services, processing transactions, handling boat management, course/rental applications, preparing classroom for course, filing/ entering data and maintaining building cleanliness

Rental Relations Representative
• Provide key assistance to team in the growth of sales and in the development and implementation of sales promotion.
• Provide professional front lines service delivery to clients and customers at all times.
• Maximize business from qualified customers (past students, renters).
• Ensure members and prospective clients are well informed through regular and varied where required.
• Identify and communicate internally opportunities to improve the charter/ rental programme and to increase sales.
• Promote charter business through past charters, current/past members
• Ensure customer and boat administrative requires are stringently met and appropriately filed.
• Maintain customer database information
• Administer invoices and accounts receivables
• Participate in Sales, Customer Service and other general duties as described by management, including: opening and closing procedures, providing product and service information and selling our services, processing transactions, handling boat management, course/rental applications, preparing classroom for course, filing/ entering data and maintaining building cleanliness

REQUIREMENTS:
• Secondary education with good grades in Math and English, preferably post-secondary education in the fields of Tourism/Hospitality/Leisure Management. Experience in customer service, sales and administration, preferably in sailing/club membership background
• Excellent communication and interpersonal skills in dealing with people with good professional telephone manner
• Good organization and time management skills, able to prioritize and meet deadlines
• Must be detail orientated, knowledge in Tessitura, Artifax, Power Point is an asset
• Must be enthusiastic, outgoing, ambitious, proactive, self motivating demonstrating initiative, resourcefulness, leadership and coordinating skills and work well in a dynamic team environment
• Must be computer literate, familiar with Microsoft Word, Excel, Google Docs, Google Drive, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram
• Must be able to work weekends and statutory holidays
• Must be able to provide a Police Reference Check (Vulnerable Sector Screening) from the Toronto Police


DURATION: April – September/October, 2018
HOURS: 6 positions at 32 hrs/week (including days, evenings, weekends and holidays) with a chance to pick up shifts 2 positions at 20 hrs/week (including days, evenings, weekends and holidays) with a chance to pick up shifts
WAGE: $14.25 per hour

APPLICATION DEADLINE: February 28th, 2018

Please send your resume quoting Job Ref. No. 18J072-ET to:
Human Resources, 235 Queens Quay West
Toronto, ON M5J 2G8
Fax (416) 973-1003
E-mail: jobs@harbourfrontcentre.com

Harbourfront Centre is committed to building a diverse workforce and strongly encourages qualified applicants from all backgrounds to apply. Suitable accommodations will be available upon request during the hiring process.

Seasonal Coordinator, Waterfront Explorations-Job Ref#18J069

Harbourfront Centre is a leader in providing internationally renowned programming in the arts, culture and recreation across a stunning 10-acre site at the heart of Toronto’s waterfront.

For more than 40 years, Harbourfront Centre has celebrated the best in Canadian culture and the rich mosaic of cultures from around the world by curating thousands of events annually across its ten-acre site from music festivals to contemporary dance, to craft & design to sailing lessons. There is something for everyone at Harbourfront Centre, year-round.

ROLE STATEMENT
Position Title: Seasonal Coordinator, Waterfront Explorations
Department: School Visits
Reporting to: Manager – School Visits
Direct reports: None
Key Relationships: Manager – School Visits, Registrar – School Visits, Education Officer – Visual Arts, Education Officer – Urban Studies and Waterfront Explorations, Seasonal Educators, Waterfront Explorations
Type of Employment: Contract (4-5 days/week; April 10 - June 29)
Salary: $16.00 per hour

Summary of Function:
Located at Harbourfront Centre, School Visits is an innovative field-trip centre that provides hands-on, curriculum-based learning experiences through multidisciplinary programs. Within the School Visits portfolio, Waterfront Explorations is a unique spring program offering both on-land and on-water activities related to Toronto’s urban waterfront. We are currently seeking 1 individual committed to education to join our 2018 Waterfront Explorations team. In this role, the Seasonal Coordinator, Waterfront Explorations, will be supporting all administrative aspects of the program, including registrations, scheduling, financial tracking, report generation, staff supervision and logistics as well as teaching a selection of Visual Arts and Urban Studies programs to students from Kindergarten to Grade 12, as well in periods of high demand for classes.

DUTIES
Teaching
• Support all Seasonal Educators in program delivery, providing feedback on teaching approaches, classroom management and content.
• Monitor progress of all students on site, providing assistance and encouragement when necessary
• Ensure all programs are executed to the highest standard of teaching excellence, ensuring inclusion of all students’ remains a top priority
• When scheduled, assume the role of a Seasonal Educator, including all aspects of set up, program delivery and clean up.

Programming
• Prepare lesson plans based on existing resources and exemplars available for educators)
• Participate with co-workers in research, development and writing for urban studies programs to reflect annual changes in our 10 acre campus,

Administration
• Oversees the daily operations of the Waterfront Explorations program, including communication with visiting teachers, staff management and all administrative tasks;
• Accurate data entry for registrations, payment information and scheduling of educators and other resources
• Ensure storage areas are clean and consumable materials are replenished daily
• Communicate to the Education Officers when supplies need to be replaced and/or ordered to ensure smooth operation of programs
• Maintain personal schedule through our Staffing Online portal.

Human Resources
• Works closely with permanent Education staff to train, monitor, develop and evaluate both staff and programs in the Waterfront Explorations division.
• Able to address customer service complaints in a timely manner

Workplace Health and Safety
• All staff are required to take reasonable care of their own health and safety and that of other personnel (including volunteers and interns) who may be affected by their conduct.

Key Performance Indicators
• Successful delivery of all School Visits programs as evaluated through student feedback, visiting educator reviews and teaching observations.

Skills & Requirements
Essential Criteria
• A degree in Education (B.Ed.) or equivalent;
• Extensive experience working with children in a variety of settings (formal and informal);
• Strong administrative skill set, including previous experience in a supervisor role;
• Enthusiastic, energetic and able to motivate students and staff alike;
• Highly organized, including strong time and stress management skills;
• Able to adapt to a variety of circumstances that may arise within this setting;
• Able to work 4-5 days/week for the entire duration of the contract (please note, this position is not well suited to someone who is enrolled in a B.Ed. program in the 2017/18 year);
• Able to provide or willing to obtain a Criminal Background Check (with Vulnerable Sector Screening)

Desirable Criteria
• Bilingual;
• Background in the Visual Arts (mixed media or ceramics)
• Background in history, geography, environmental science or sociology
• Familiarity with Ontario Curriculum
• Awareness of Ministry of Education and/or school board policies surrounding field trips
• Experience with Artifax Event Management software

Efforts
• Standing for prolonged periods of time while teaching;
• Frequent communication with students, teachers, parent/guardians and the public;

Working Conditions
• Some exposure to inclement weather conditions during outdoor Urban Studies programs;


Acceptable Applications must include:
• A current resume
• A cover letter
• 2 practicum reports or reference letters

Qualified Applicants are invited to apply by: February 28, 2018
To apply: E-mail your application Quoting Job Ref. #18J068-ET to:
PRIA PATRONI
EDUCATION OFFICER – SCHOOL VISITS
Harbourfront Centre
ppatroni@harbourfrontcentre.com

Harbourfront Centre is committed to building a diverse workforce and strongly encourages qualified applicants from all backgrounds to apply. Suitable accommodations will be available upon request during the hiring process.

Seasonal Educator, Waterfront Explorations-Job Ref#18J048

Harbourfront Centre is a leader in providing internationally renowned programming in the arts, culture and recreation across a stunning 10-acre site at the heart of Toronto’s waterfront.

For more than 40 years, Harbourfront Centre has celebrated the best in Canadian culture and the rich mosaic of cultures from around the world by curating thousands of events annually across its ten-acre site from music festivals to contemporary dance, to craft & design to sailing lessons. There is something for everyone at Harbourfront Centre, year-round.

ROLE STATEMENT
Position Title: Seasonal Educator, Waterfront Explorations
Department: School Visits
Reporting to: Manager – School Visits
Direct reports: None
Key Relationships: Manager – School Visits, Education Officer – Visual Arts, Education Officer – Urban Studies and Waterfront Explorations, Seasonal Coordinator, Waterfront Explorations Seasonal Educators
Type of Employment: Contract(0-5 days/week; April 28-June 26)
Salary: $15.00 Per Hour

Summary of Function:
Located at Harbourfront Centre, School Visits is an innovative field-trip centre that provides hands-on, curriculum-based learning experiences through multidisciplinary programmes. Within the School Visits portfolio, Waterfront Explorations is a unique spring programme offering both on-land and on-water activities related to Toronto’s urban waterfront. We are currently seeking up to 8 individuals interested in a teaching career to join our 2018 Waterfront Explorations team. Teaching responsibilities include a combination of Visual Arts and Urban Studies programming to students of all ages (K-Grade 12)

DUTIES
Teaching
• Deliver workshops to students of various ages from visiting schools;
• Responsible for set up, execution and clean up before and after programs;
• Organize the structure of workshops, including material to be provided in order to present the lesson;
• Monitor progress of students, provide assistance and encouragement, and pace workshop to meet students’ needs;
• Execute all programs to the highest standard of teaching excellence, ensuring inclusion of all students’ remains a top priority.

Programming
• Prepare lesson plans based on existing resources and exemplars available for educators)
• Participate with co-workers in research, development and writing for urban studies programs to reflect annual changes in our 10 acre campus,

Administration
• Ensure storage areas are clean and consumable materials are replenished daily
• Communicate to the Seasonal Coordinator, Waterfront Explorations when supplies need to be replaced and/or ordered to ensure smooth operation of programs
• Maintain personal schedule through our Staffing Online portal.

Workplace Health and Safety
• All staff are required to take reasonable care of their own health and safety and that of other personnel (including volunteers and interns) who may be affected by their conduct.

Key Performance Indicators
• Successful delivery of all School Visits programs as evaluated through student feedback, visiting educator reviews and teaching observations

Skills & Requirements
Essential Criteria
• A degree in Education or completion of the first of two years in a B.Ed, M.Ed or M.T. program);
• Interest in obtaining on-the-job experience in Education while teaching outdoors;
• Ability to work with students from all grade levels;
• Creativity and imagination in the development of teaching strategies and curriculum content;
• Enthusiastic, energetic, and able to motivate students;
• Organized and able to remain calm when faced with competing priorities (time, resources, etc.);
• Willing and able to work 0-5 days/week for the duration of the contract;
• Able to attend mandatory staff training on the following dates: Saturday April 28, Sunday, April 29, Wednesday, May 2; Thursday May 3rd
• Able to provide or willing to obtain a Criminal Background Check (with Vulnerable Sector Screening )

Desirable Criteria
• Bilingual;
• Background in the Visual Arts (mixed media or ceramics)
• Background in history, geography, environmental science or sociology

Efforts
• Standing for prolonged periods of time while teaching;
• Frequent communication with students, teachers, parent/guardians and the public;

Working Conditions
• Some exposure to inclement weather conditions during outdoor Urban Studies programs;

Acceptable Applications must include:
• A current resume
• A cover letter
• 2 practicum reports or reference letters

Qualified Applicants are invited to apply by: February 28, 2018
To apply: E-mail your application Quoting Job Ref. #18J048-ET to:
PRIA PATRONI
EDUCATION OFFICER – SCHOOL VISITS
Harbourfront Centre
ppatroni@harbourfrontcentre.com

Harbourfront Centre is committed to building a diverse workforce and strongly encourages qualified applicants from all backgrounds to apply. Suitable accommodations will be available upon request during the hiring process.

SUMMER CAMP COUNSELLOR- Job Ref. #18SM001C-Counsellor


HARBOURFRONT CENTRE
Employment Opportunity
Harbourfront Centre Camps
SUMMER CAMP COUNSELLOR

Job Ref. #18SM001C-Counsellor-ET

Number of Vacancies: 106

Harbourfront Centre, on Toronto's waterfront, is an innovative non-profit cultural organization which creates, for a diverse public, events and activities of excellence that enliven, educate and entertain. Currently, exciting seasonal employment opportunities exist in Harbourfront Centre Camps, one of Toronto's largest, most diverse and creative day camps.

Positions exist in the following Camps:

SPECIALTY CAMPS No. of Positions
Dance Camps (Ages 5-15) - 5 vacancies
Active Kids Camp (Ages 4-6) - 6 vacancies
Jr. Sports (Ages 7-9) - 5 vacancies
Creative Arts Camps (Ages 6- 8) - 4 vacancies
Circus Camp/Intro to Circus (Ages 6-14) - 14 vacancies
Emerging Artists/Art Explorers/Printmaking/Sk8 Art & Culture (Ages 9-12) - 2 vacancies
Young Chefs/Sr. Culinary Experiences (Ages 9-15) - 6 vacancies
Chess/Tabletop Games (Ages 8-15) - 3 vacancies
Young Authors/Comic Book/Beyond the Page (Ages 8-15) - 3 vacancies
Pop Star/Musical Explorations/Musical Theatre (Ages 6-15) - 3 vacancies
Sr. Arts/Art Escape (Ages 11-15)* - 2 vacancies
Fashion Camp/Fashion: Upcycling/Costume Making (Ages 9-15) - 3 vacancies
Digital Photo/Digital Storytelling/Coding Camp (Ages 8-15) - 3 vacancies
Architecture/Young Builders/Camp DIY/ S.T.E.A.M. Camp (Ages 8-15) - 4 vacancies
TheatreKids/Improv/Scene Acting (Ages 8-15) - 3 vacancies
Dungeons & Dragons (Ages 10-15) - 3 vacancies
Flag Football/Soccer/Softball (Ages 9-13) - 4 vacancies
Science Camps (Ages 8-12)* - 3 vacancies
Leadership/Overnight Intro/Camping Skills/First Aid (Ages 8-15)* - 2 vacancies
Special Needs/Resource Counsellors - 10 vacancies

GENERAL CAMPS
Camp by the Water (Ages 4-5) - 10 vacancies
Camp Curiosity (Ages 6-8) - 5 vacancies
Camp Quest/Adventure (Ages 9-11)* - 3 vacancies

*Camps with Overnight Components
Earth Sciences – Overnight - July 9-13
Leadership/Overnight Intro/Camping Skills – Overnight - July 9-13, July 23-27, July 30-Aug 3
Camp Adventure – Overnight – July 23-27
Art Escape – Overnight – July 16-20


Please visit: www.harbourfrontcentre.com/camps for a detailed description of each camp.

DUTIES:
• Assist Camp Directors, Educators and Specialists in camp programming
• Assist in supervision of campers
• Organize camp games and activities
• Prep materials and clean up
• Other duties as required

QUALIFICATIONS:
• Previous experience working in a camp setting and/or with children
• Experience with one of the specialized disciplines
• At least 16 years old as of June 30, 2018 or completed grade 10
• First Aid and CPR certified prior to June 29, 2018
• Police Check and Vulnerable Sector Screening
• Strong programming, leadership and organizational skills
• Energetic, enthusiastic and responsible
• Enjoy working with children
• OVERNIGHT CAMPS: Experience working at overnight camps an asset

DURATION: June 25th to August 31st

HOURS: 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday - Friday

WAGE: $456- $560 per week (plus compensation for extended hours)

DEADLINE: March 30, 2018

INTERVIEWS: Will be held primarily on weekends during April


Interested candidates should apply through our online recruitment portal at the link below. You will be asked to create a profile and will be taken to the application selection page:

https://harbourfrontcentre.campbrainstaff.com

Harbourfront Centre is committed to building a diverse workforce and strongly encourages qualified applicants from all backgrounds to apply

SUMMER CAMP FACILITATOR - Job Ref. #18SM008F

HARBOURFRONT CENTRE
Employment Opportunity
Harbourfront Centre Camps
SUMMER CAMP FACILITATOR

Job Ref. #18SM008F-Facilitator-ET
Number of Vacancies: 2

Harbourfront Centre, on Toronto's waterfront, is an innovative non-profit cultural organization which creates, for a diverse public, events and activities of excellence that enliven, educate and entertain. Currently, exciting seasonal employment opportunities exist in Harbourfront Centre Summer Camps, one of Toronto's largest, most diverse and creative day camps.

Positions exist in the following Programmes:

PROGRAMME NAME No. of Positions
Counsellor-In-Training Facilitator – 1 vacancy
Inclusion Facilitator – 1 vacancy


Please visit: www.harbourfrontcentre.com/camps for a detailed description of each programme

DUTIES:
• Plan, administer, co-ordinate, and supervise camp activities
• Train and supervise a staff of camp counsellors
• Work closely with camp directors to ensure program objectives are being met
• Inclusion facilitator will be a liaison with our partner organization Reach for the Rainbow
• Participant intake calls to build camper profiles
• Administrative duties such as daily attendance, evaluations, incident/accident reports, etc.
• Plan and run camp specific meetings
• Provide superior customer service
• Other duties as required

QUALIFICATIONS:
• Must be 19 years of age prior to June 29, 2018
• Enrolled in or completed a post secondary degree as related to the position
• Previous supervisory experience required
• Previous camp programming experience in the field of leadership or special needs
• Strong programming, leadership and organizational skills
• Energetic, enthusiastic and responsible
• Enjoy working with children;
• Current Standard First Aid and CPR prior to June 29, 2018
• Police Check and Vulnerable Sector Screening

DURATION: May – August 31, 2018 (part time May – June, full time June 18 – Aug. 31)

HOURS: Monday-Friday, 8:30 am - 4:30 pm (plus Extended Programme Day or Parent Pick-up responsibilities)

WAGE: $600 per week (plus compensation for extended hours)

DEADLINE: March 16, 2018

Interested candidates should apply through our online recruitment portal at the link below. You will be asked to create a profile and will be taken to the application selection page. Facilitator roles can be found in the Sr. Staff Application:

https://harbourfrontcentre.campbrainstaff.com

Harbourfront Centre is committed to building a diverse workforce and strongly encourages qualified applicants from all backgrounds to apply

TD Curator of Education & Outreach Fellowship, The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery -Job Ref# 18J096

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
TD Curator of Education & Outreach Fellowship
The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery


Job Ref# 18J096-ET
Number of vacancies: 1

The Power Plant (TPP) Contemporary Art Gallery at Harbourfront Centre is Canada’s leading public gallery devoted exclusively to the art of our time and is recognized as an important centre for contemporary art in North America. Over the past 30 years, its reputation for presenting cutting edge exhibitions, superior catalogues and editions, and challenging special events has remained unparalleled.

Currently an opportunity exists to join our team at The Power Plant for a special TD Curator of Education Fellowship. This two-year program (10 July, 2018 through 10 July, 2020) supports TPP’s goal to encourage greater career opportunities within the museum field. Through this innovative and unique program, the TD Curator of Education Fellowship will provide a recent graduate or emerging museum or gallery educator with tangible working experience in a professional environment, with full access to the inner workings of a major Canadian public gallery.

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:
The TD Curator of Education Fellow will work closely with the Curator of Education and Public Programs and the curatorial, exhibition, development and marketing staff of TPP to learn about all of the diverse facets of public programming in a contemporary art gallery. Coaching, research, documentation, professional development and mentoring will be at the heart of this program.

The TD Curator of Education Fellow will have the opportunity to:
• participate in all phases of public programming, including: research; invitations; logistics; writing for Program Guide and web site; documentation; and more.
• lead the implementation of two program series each year.
• assist with other departmental needs including preparation of presentations, leading tours, and contributing to reports.
• develop programs involving TD Bank Group’s collection as well as lead on-and-off-site programming for TD Bank guests, including tours, presentations, curatorial projects and mentorship opportunities.
• provide TD with an annual outcome of each year’s activities.
• partake in Diversity Equity and Inclusion Training Program, gaining a certificate in Leadership and Inclusion, as well as Indigenous Cultural competency training.

QUALIFICATIONS:
• M.A. degree in art history, art education, museum education, or a related discipline (e.g. cultural studies, education, etc.); B.A. degree-holders in these disciplines will be considered if they have significant experience with education and public programs in an art gallery setting.
• Familiarity with contemporary art required.
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills required.
• Proficiency in French is a valuable asset (reading, written and oral); foreign language skills (written and verbal) are highly desirable.

SALARY / JOB TYPE:
• $16 to $18.00 per hour
• 35 hours per week
• Contract (2-year)

APPLICANTION PROCESS:
The Power Plant seeks Canadian applicants who have completed a postgraduate education in the field. Applications must include the following:
• letter of interest describing the applicant’s interest in the fellowship program, museum/gallery and programming work, and reasons for applying;
• current curriculum vitζ;
• one (1) writing sample: the sample must be less than 8 pages; an excerpt from a thesis or other academic writing, gallery interpretive text or curriculum materials;
• names of three (3) references with contact information; and,
• one (1) letter of recommendation from academic and/or professional setting.

Deadline for Application:
Friday, March 2, 2018

Please send all application materials in ONE MS Word or PDF file to:
Josh Heuman, jheuman@thepowerplant.org

Note: Letter of Recommendation should be sent from academic or professional reference directly to Josh Heuman, jheuman@thepowerplant.org.

Harbourfront Centre is committed to building a diverse workforce and strongly encourages qualified applicants from all backgrounds to apply. Suitable accommodations will be available upon request during the hiring process.

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