Social Media INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY
The Canadian Conference of the Arts is looking for a dynamic intern to fill the position of Intern in social media communications who will implement the communications plan and support CCA staff in that regard. The CCA is a not-for-profit organization and is the national forum for the arts and cultural community in Canada. It is guided by a Board of Governors which is elected by its membership. The National Director steers a team of dedicated and hard-working individuals and advisors.
The intern will be responsible for the implementation of all social media activities at the CCA. More specifically, they will implement the recommendations of the communications plan for the CCA as well as those suggested by consultants.
Through social media, the intern will work towards positioning the CCA as THE national forum for the arts in Canada as well as increasing knowledge and interest of the CCA with present and future members. The focus will be on the accession of new members to the CCA, whether individual members, organizational or corporate.
The intern will be encouraged to find and develop topics and appropriate tools to communicate the issues of arts, culture and heritage in Canada. Webinars, Google hang outs, activities on Facebook, competitions for young people to get them to take an interest in cultural policy issues, etc..
Location : Ottawa
Salary : 12.00 / hour, 35 hours / week
Period : October 2012 – April 2013 (6 months)
For more information about the Canadian Conference of the Arts, please visit our website at http://www.ccarts.ca. For the French language posting, please visit the CCA website.
All qualified candidates are invited to send in their resume, in confidence, as well as a detailed statement pertaining to their interests and skills.
We encourage applicants to send their documents by e-mail, in Microsoft Word format only. Please send the documents to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applicants may also send paper copies to Manon Charron, Administrative Director, Canadian Conference of the Arts, 406-130 Slater Street, Ottawa, Ontario K1P 5G4.
We will not accept faxed documents. All documents must be received at the CCA office no later than at 5 p.m., Tuesday September 4th, 2012 Only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.
The Canadian Conference of the Arts is committed to Employment Equity and encourages applications from all qualified applicants.