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Development and Outreach Intern

Masterworks - Other
Overview
Salary $13/hour
Posting Date October 20, 2020
Closing Date October 23, 2020


Description
Are you an outgoing person with a deep appreciation for the contribution of artists to the cultural fabric of Nova Scotia? Do you have communication skills you’re looking to put to the test? Are you interested in developing your fundraising abilities? The Nova Scotia Masterworks Awards Foundation is seeking a creative and motivated individual to join our team as our Development and Outreach Intern – is it you?
About Masterworks
Founded in 2005, Masterworks is a charitable arts award organization. Through the Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia Masterworks Arts Award, we present up to $37,000 in awards to artists annually. Our mandate is to recognize and celebrate the incredible work, of all mediums, produced by Nova Scotian artists


Responsibilities
About the Position
The Development and Outreach Intern will be connected with the Masterworks Board to design, plan, and execute a fundraising campaign for the Foundation for Giving Tuesday (Dec. 1st, 2020). Elements of this campaign will include connecting with Masterworks’ existing donors, fostering relationships with potential donors, and creating communications materials for print and web distribution. It will also include identifying and engaging with potential community partners for Masterworks activities in their 2021 award year.
The Development and Outreach Intern has an anticipated engagement timeline of October 26th, 2020 to December 18th, 2020, with an expected workload of 35 hours per week (timeline negotiable) and a rate of pay of $13 hour. The physical office from which Masterworks normally operates remains closed due to COVID-19, so you will need access to a computer and stable internet connection to participate in regular online staff meetings and project check-ins. The ideal candidate will also be a creative thinker with strong time-management skills.

Other Information
How to Apply
This position is funded in part by Canada Summer Jobs. As part of the funding agreement, applicants do need to be under 30 years of age; a Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or person to whom refugee protection has been conferred; have a valid Social Insurance Number; and be legally entitled to work in Canada.
Masterworks strives to be an equitable organization and recognizes value in diverse lived experiences, perspectives, and talents. We encourage interested individuals from all backgrounds and levels of education to apply. If you think this position is for you, please email your application to admin@nsmasterworks.ca by 12:00pm ADT on Thursday Oct. 23rd, 2020, including a cover letter, your resume, and any support materials you’d like to include. We will be prioritizing applications from qualified individuals who self-identify as a member of the BIPOC, 2SLGBTQQIA+, disability, or other under-represented community.
We thank all applicants for their interest, though only those requested for an interview will be contacted. Interviews will be held through a digital format and are anticipated to occur on Friday, Oct. 23rd, with an employment start date of Monday, Oct. 26th, 2020.

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