WAHC is currently seeking a Programming and Exhibitions Specialist to form part of the permanent core staff team. This position’s primary role is multi-faceted: coordinating our Main Gallery exhibition schedule and related auxiliary programs; programming and managing our children and youth programs including the youth council; coordinating and developing Community Gallery exhibitions; working with artists, community and union partners to deliver programs; co-managing WAHC’s social media presence and newsletter.
This position is a critical part of a small staff team, driving and supporting the work of the organization, in a shared office environment. As with most small arts organizations, this position will also be expected to contribute to shared responsibilities and a collaborative work environment.
This position is unionized with CUPE local 1281, and as such has excellent protection and benefits. WAHC offers a generous compensation package that includes health benefits, plenty of holiday time, sick time and lieu time and flexible work hours.
We are committed to establishing a staff and volunteer compliment that is reflective of the diverse population of Hamilton, including women, Black, Indigenous and people of colour, persons with disabilities, and persons across the spectrum of sexual orientation or gender identity.
Thank you for your interest in WAHC!