Opportunities

Employment Opportunities


POWER KIDS FAMILY PROGRAM COORDINATOR


Job Ref#.16FC02-ET
Number of vacancies:   1
DEADLINE: 8 February 2016

Currently an employment opportunity exists at The Power Plant for a full time Power Kids Family Programs Coordinator on a three year contract (February 2016 through February 2019). Reporting to the Curator of Education & Public Programs, the Power Kids Family Programs Coordinator plays a fundamental role in developing and implementing child and youth programs at The Power Plant and outreach programs at community partner sites.

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POWER KIDS TEACHING ASSISTANT


Job Ref#.16FC03-ET
Hours: 18 hours per month
Number of vacancies:   1

DEADLINE: 8 February 2016

Currently an employment opportunity exists at The Power Plant for a part time Power Kids Teaching Assistant on a three year contract (February 2016 through February 2019). Reporting to the Power Kids Family Programs Coordinator, the Teaching Assistant is mainly responsible for assisting the Coordinator in the development and delivery of Power Kids programs which target children ages 7 to 12 plus their adult companions and siblings.

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FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION COORDINATOR


Job Ref. # 16F01-ET
Number of vacancies: 1
DEADLINE: 9 February 2016


Currently an employment opportunity exists in The Power Plant for a full time Finance & Administration Coordinator. Reporting to the Director, the primary function of this position is the coordination and delivery of key financial support services. Responsibilities include the preparation of daily deposits, cheque requisitions, invoicing, financial filing systems, monitoring payables and receivables, wire transfers and visa reconciliation as well as the maintenance and coordination of TNEW functions and Tessitura database. In concert with the Director, this position will also produce and deliver monthly financial statements as well as support budget development for the institution in conjunction with all departments for all ongoing projects as well as grants proposal and reporting.

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Volunteer Opportunities

The Power Plant is not seeking new volunteers at this time, please check back soon for upcoming volunteer opportunities.

Share your unique set of skills and gain valuable experience at one of Canada’s leading contemporary art galleries. Volunteers perform a variety of roles including greeting and interacting with patrons, ensuring the security of works in the gallery, photographing lectures, assisting with event set-up, and other activities.

A volunteer at The Power Plant is:
• reliable and professional
• outgoing
• a team player
• enthusiastic for contemporary art
• committed for a minimum of six months

Benefits include:
• meet new people
• develop new skills
• reimbursements for TTC transportation costs
• complimentary tickets to selected events