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Weekend Visitor Services Clerk
The Weekend Visitor Services Clerk position is responsible for monitoring admission to the Museum and Art Galleries at the Woodland Cultural Centre year-round on Saturdays, and seasonally on Sundays. The Weekend Visitor Services Clerk would handle admission fees, accept donations, ensure the associated paperwork is filed, and would answer general questions from the public about the Centre and special events. As the face of the Centre, the Weekend Visitor Services Clerk must maintain a welcoming, helpful, and professional relationship with all visitors to the Centre.
In addition, this position would be responsible for conducting end-of-day finances, stay updated on public events and exhibitions held by the Centre, ensure the sales shelves are kept clean and stocked, and provide visitors with directions to local and community spaces of interest.
Closing date: September 26th 2019 at 2PM
Under the guidance of the Woodland Cultural Centre Board of Directors, the Executive Director guides the strategic vision, mandate, mission and goals of the organization. As a local and national leader, the Executive Director will perform a wide range of complex management activities related to financial, governance, human resource management, community engagement, programme development, marketing/branding, advocacy and fundraising from both the public and private sectors.
The Executive Director will engage in a process of strategic planning and implementation in support of the mission, vision, mandate and goals of the Centre, and will ensure the Centre retains its leadership in all areas related to its Constitution.
The Executive Director will be visionary in fundraising, community engagement, and policy frameworks which will enable the Centre to achieve sustainability and leadership within a non-profit, charitable operational structure, while ensuring responsiveness to its primary stakeholder communities, partners and funders.
The Executive Director will lead the Centre into the important next phase of its history, building upon the foundational achievements of the past 47 years.