Call for applications : Hexagram Network activities production manager

Under the supervision of the network Co-directors and the general coordinator, the Network’s activities production manager executes or assists in the production of activities organized or co-organized by Hexagram Network. They plan the logistical requirements as well as the production of activities, up until the closure of budgetary and impact reports.

The annual programming of Hexagram’s 2020-2027 funding cycle is detailed here

The Network’s activities production manager is the primary contact for all members organizers or co-organizers of activities. They communicate Network’s policies and procedures and bring logistical support to members involved. The person works in close collaboration with the general coordinator and, if necessary, with members and partners involved in the co-organization of activities.

Candidates to this position should be (preferred profile) :

  • Graduate students (Concordia University, UQAM, Université de Montréal, McGill, ÉTS, UQAC-NAD, UQAT);
  • Bilingual (French-English);
  • Familiar with Hexagram and the academic research environment;
  • Interested in Research-Creation in media arts, design, technologies and digital culture;
  • Autonomous, organized and collaborative;
  • Familiar with Microsoft Office environment and accounting/budget tracking tools;
  • Familiar with editing articles on WordPress web platform ;
  • Strong interest for event organizing ;

They are responsible for the following tasks:

  • Plan and execute the logistical steps for the production of Hexagram activities;
  • Assist in the drafting of calls for proposals and supervise their publication and dissemination;
  • Assist in preparing the budget and schedule of activities;
  • Ensure continuous communications with activities co-organizers and participants (drafts agreements, accompanies the progress of the activity, thanks participants);
  • Review technical requirements (pre-production) with the Technical Director;
  • Book accommodation, transportation, etc. for national and international participants;
  • Obtain licenses and permits (alcohol, security, etc.), venue floor plans, etc, for events;
  • Gather information to prepare, with the communications manager, the online communication elements and contribute to drafting the press release (major network activities);
  • List the outcomes of activities, help prepare the final report and archive documentation;

  • Hourly rate: according to experience and education, and according to UQAM employment rates.
  • Schedule and location: 18 hours per week ; 1 full day (8h) + ½ day (4h) in person at the Network’s coordination office – UQAM). The remaining 6 hours of work can be flexible, according to the candidate’s study schedule.
  • Deadline to submit an application: This call is now closed ;
  • Contract start date: August 22, 2022
  • Send CV and letter of motivation to:

Image : Gaëlle Scali, Scalabilité, 2021.

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