Come Work With Us! 

Our campus is always evolving at the Alberta University of the Arts, and here you’ll find yourself surrounded by the connoisseurs of Calgary’s contemporary culture. At the AUArts Students’ Association you’ll be working with a group of innovative, quirky, passionate, and hard-working creatives committed to providing AUArts’ student body with unique opportunities to enhance their sense of well-being, develop their professional skills, and establish a strong presence in the culture of the institution. Together, we continuously find ways to build on the strengths of our programs, boost our support services, and advocate for an exceptional student experience. 

Be on the pulse of Calgary’s creative community and work with Alberta’s up and coming cultural innovators! 

Documentation Coordinator

Reporting to the Program Manager and with support of other AUArts SA staff, the Documentation Coordinator is responsible for the photographic documentation of the Marion Nicoll Gallery and Hear/d Residency program.

Major responsibilities include but are not limited to; 

  • Coordinating a photography schedule with Hear/d Mentors 
  • Documenting all participant work and individual headshots 
  • Documenting all exhibitions in the Marion Nicoll Gallery’s two spaces
  • Editing photographs for usage in both print and digital formats 
  • Uploading photographs to internal network for archival purposes 

Who You Are… 

Here at AUArts SA we’ve worked hard to develop a culture we are proud to be a part of, and if you can say yes to a few of these things you might be proud to be a part of it too… 

Equity & Diversity – Are you willing to consciously create room for respectful dialogue surrounding issues of equity and diversity? Pursuing a creative life takes guts! We’ve got a diverse, spunky, progressive, and outspoken community here at AUArts, and we are always looking for ways to self-reflect and incorporate socially just practices in our workplace. 

Collaboration & Empowerment – Do you believe in bringing other people up, supporting your co-workers’ success, and finding ways to work together to accomplish your goals? From start to finish we are constantly learning from each other and finding ways to practice gratitude and celebrate the victories, both big and small. 

Inspiration & Innovation – Are you excited to put your ideas on the table, take the risk and try something new even if you might fail? We love a good brainstorming session and are always open to incorporating fresh ideas into our programs and services. 

Qualifications… 

  • Organized and detail-oriented 
  • Excellent time management skills 
  • Candidate must provide their own photography equipment
  • A mature attitude and ability to work independently and be a responsive member of the AUArts SA team 
  • AUArts SA accepts all applications however preference will be given to applicants who are students or recent alumni of AUArts 

The Details… 

This is a contract position with a part-time schedule from January 15, 2020 to April 30, 2020. Honorarium to be determined based on skill and experience.

Apply Now! 

If we’ve caught your eye and you’d like to apply for this position please send a resume, links to your portfolio and a cover letter that helps us get to know you better. Please also ensure you specify which job you’re applying for and why you think you’d be a good fit for our team. 

Applications can be sent to: 

Joel Farris
Program Manager
programs.sa@auarts.ca 

Application deadline is Sunday, January 5, 2020 at midnight. 

The AUArts Students’ Association is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to diversity. We thank all candidates for their interest; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.