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Fall for Dance North (FFDN) is Toronto’s premier international dance festival. Our mission is to elevate the popularity of dance by presenting a diverse, world-class dance festival of established and emerging talent from Toronto, Canada and around the globe through accessible ticket prices. FFDN aims to support Canada’s professional dance community, create an inclusive atmosphere and inspire and educate new audiences and seasoned dance patrons.
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Ontario School of Ballet is seeking an energetic and hard working person to join our administrative staff! Candidates must be available on evenings and weekends. Knowledge of dance and/or arts administration is an asset and basic computer skills are essential. Interested candidates, please email your resume to: email@example.com.
DANCESHOPPE, a unique dance boutique specializing in pointe shoes, is now accepting applications for part-time staff. Candidates seeking long-term positions, with weekend availability will be given preference.
Qualifications: Bright, detail oriented, patient & personable individual with strong communication & problem solving skills. Must have a background in dance, along with some pointe experience.
JOB POSTING: Financial and Administrative Manager
Title: Financial and Administrative Manager
Term: long term
Hours of work: 15 hours/week
Compensation:$22,500 per year
Reports to: Executive Director
Start Date: August 9, 2021
Other Benefits: Flexible work hours, professional development/training opportunities, paid vacation time
Located in the historic Tett Centre For Creativity and Learning in Kingston, Ontario, The Kingston School of Dance (KSD) has been promoting and teaching the art of dance since 1967. KSD delivers dance education of the highest standard to promote technical, musical and artistic development. The KSD welcomes and supports individuals of all abilities, ages and backgrounds by encouraging artistic expression and personal growth through dance.
Kaeja d'Dance is a Toronto-based dance company renowned for creating exceptional contemporary dance work, award winning dance films and education & community programs. Led by founding artistic directors Karen and Allen Kaeja, the company’s signature aesthetic explores the equal partnership of men and women through Contact Dance and utilizes Improvisation as a tool for creation, along with community engaged creative processes and performances with everyday people.