AB3 – Conference Coordinator – Ottawa International Animation Festival

AB3 – Conference Coordinator – Ottawa International Animation Festival

Contract Term: 26 Weeks (6 months)

Anticipated Start Date: ASAP

End Date:  For Set Weeks

Summary: The Ottawa International Animation Festival (OIAF) is one of the leading events of its kind in the world.  An annual five-day event with a total attendance of 28,000 attracts artists, producers, students and animation fans from around the world.  As OIAF Conference Coordinator, you will assist the Industry Programming Director with the planning and logistical needs of The Animation Conference (TAC) and other events at the Festival.

Office location:  The Arts Court – ByWard Market Area

Job Responsibilities:

  • Compile technical and logistical requirements for all TAC panels.
  • Handle all communications between TAC presenters and festival.
  • Coordinate content and edit TAC Guide.
  • Assist with database maintenance.
  • Coordinate passes, accommodation and expenses for presenters.
  • Assist with problem solving during the event.
  • Work with other staff and take on other appropriate projects.
  • Assist with post-Festival surveying and data evaluation.

Skills, Abilities and Eligibility:

  • Strong verbal and written communication skills in English; French and/or other languages are an asset
  • Good organizational skills / able to work in a busy environment; attention to detail and accuracy are a MUST
  • Advanced written English skills
  • Advanced social media skills; knowledge of Photoshop; basic knowledge of html
  • You are eligible to participate in Ontario’s Job Creation Partnerships (JCP) program by meeting the following criteria:
  1. You are a resident, living in Ontario
  2. You are not a full time student (part time student is allowable)
  3. You are not leaving employment to participate; you can continue with part time work up to 20 hrs/week
  4. You are not leaving employment to participate in the program; currently working less than an average of 20 hrs/week is considered unemployed
  5. You also must meet at least one of the following criteria:
    a)  You have been previously employed in Canada and contributed to the Employment Insurance Premium program via employee payroll deductions (part time or full time for any number of weeks per calendar year) for at least 5 of the last 10 years (the 5 years do not need to be consecutive); OR
    b)   You have previously established an Employment Insurance (E.I.) benefit claim (regular benefits) with Service Canada within the last three years, OR
    c)   You have previously established an Employment Insurance maternity/parental leave Employment Insurance benefit claim within the last five years.

Learning Opportunities and Additional Benefits:  Take your career to the next level.  Learn how to do media and social media for an international film event from professionals and gain invaluable contacts.  Take Lynda.com courses on social media, media and other position related topics.  Complimentary tickets and passes to the OIAF.

What is offered?

Program participants are offered positions of 30 hours per week (4 days per week) and are provided a payment of $423 per week ($14.10 per hour) by the Province of Ontario.

What’s next?

Forward your resume and cover letter to [email protected]. Please note, only selected candidates who meet the JCP eligibility criteria will be contacted for an interview; applicants must indicate how they meet the eligibility in their email and/or cover letter. To learn more about the JCP program, please click here.  Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.

 

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