Performing Arts Administrative Assistant

SUMMARY

  • The Performing & Worship Arts Administrative Assistant is responsible for assisting the Department Chair with all aspects of department administration, including revenue and expense management; event marketing, advertising and sales; and all processes of private lesson/dance registration, billing and payment.
  • The administrative assistant handles all department event management, including graphic design (posters, save-the-dates, tickets, programs), advertising (print and online), ticket sales, and volunteer coordination.
  • The assistant is also responsible for managing the schedules of several spaces on campus, including the Hildebrand and Edwards chapels, the Landing, and the Rehearsal Hall (Rm. 154).
  • Adjunct contract preparation, performance licensing and departmental purchases are also the responsibility of the administrative assistant, under the direction of the Department Chair.
  • Strong computer skills are an asset, including proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, Adobe Photoshop (or similar), and the Windows environment.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Grade 12 education, Bachelor’s degree or related experience.
  • Strong communicator via email, telephone, and in person.
  • Strong organizational skills.
  • Strong computer skills (Microsoft Office, Adobe Photoshop, Windows environment)
  • Must work well in a team and individually.

 TEAM RELATIONSHIPS

  • Reports to Ron de Jager, Performing & Worship Arts Department Chair
  • This is a full-time 40 hours/week position

APPLICATIONS

Applicants should submit a cover letter, résumé/CV, names of three references and any specified documents by email to the Human Resources office at hr@briercrest.ca.

Application Closing Date: May 4, 2018

All employees of Briercrest College and Seminary are required to sign and adhere to our Institutional Covenant. Please review the covenant prior to submitting your application.

Along with teaching necessary counselling skills, our professors are also working to ensure we learn other significant and less obvious skills, such as confidence in our abilities, creative public speaking and a deep appreciation for God's Word.
Kendra Siggelkow (Seminary)