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GOH BAYVIEW STUDIO MANAGER
Goh Ballet Academy achieves the highest levels of professionalism in classical ballet training and performance productions while supporting its students’ passion for dance and dedication to their art. With steadfast commitment for over 40 years, Goh Ballet offers vibrant, innovative, and diverse dance educational experiences to students, taught by award winning instructors.
Reporting to the National Council, the Executive Director is charged with leading the Canadian Dance Assembly into the next phase of its journey, with its mission, vision, and community values as a guide. Equity is a central principle for the CDA.
Director of Research, Policy and Evaluation
Deadline Date for Submissions
October 30, 2020
$104,020 - $148,600
A well-established dance school is looking for an experienced administrative assistant to join the administration team. In addition to routine tasks, you are expected to take initiatives and leadership to handle new issues and improve work efficiency.
- Administrate school-related tasks
- Register classes and students
- Provide customer service and care
- Manage classrooms, school supplies and facilities
- Administrate school events
- Organize office files and stocks
Date Posted: Oct 14, 2020
Application Deadline: Applications will be reviewed beginning Nov 4
Salary: $37,500-$40,000, commensurate with experience
Desired Start Date: November 30, 2020
Kaeja d'Dance - Established in 1991, Kaeja d’Dance is an award-winning Toronto based dance company that is renowned for creating provocative contemporary dance works, dance films and empowering education, community & outreach programs.
Job Title: Administrative & OperationsAssistant
Closing date: TBD
Status: for 18 month period from date of hire
Section: Creating, Knowing and Sharing: The Arts and Cultures of First Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples
Salary Scale: $112,300 to $132,100
Term: Part-time, one-year contract
Salary: $26,000 for the contract (based on $25/hr, 20 hours/week)
The Canadian Dance Assembly is the voice of the professional dance sector in Canada and promotes for a healthy, sustainable environment in which professional dance practice can grow and thrive. CDA cultivates a strong national voice for Canadian dance and supports the development of resources for this field of artistic expression. Through conferences, workshops, and networking events we connect the dance community from coast to coast.