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Employment

 

Current Openings:

Telefunding Team Member

JOB STATUS:         12-35 hours a week.

JOB SUMMARY:
The Kitchener- Waterloo Symphony is looking for out-going, dynamic team members with either sales or fundraising experience. Come and join a team of positive and passionate members who are striving to make a difference in the music world. Be part of a group who seek to give the Region of Waterloo and beyond a chance at a higher quality of life. If you are an enthusiastic and positive minded individual who is looking for a job that can change other people’s lives in a deep and meaningful way, this may be your next great opportunity. This is a contract position between January 20th and February 12, 2014 with part-time or full-time hours varying from 12-4 or 4:30-8:30pm Monday- Thursday and potential hours on Friday and Saturday.  Successful candidates may have the opportunity to renew contracts throughout the season.   

REPORTING:

  • This position reports to Events and Corporate Support Manager

QUALIFICATIONS:  Sales and or fundraising experience. Music knowledge is an asset.

HOW TO APPLY: Please e-mail your resume and cover letter to Michelle Cutts at mcutts@kwsymphony.on.ca

(Please note only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.)


About the Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony: Formed in 1945, the Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony is the cultural centerpiece of Waterloo Region. The orchestra comprises 52 professional musicians under full-time contract and plays over 100 performances of music from early Baroque composer Monteverdi through commissioned music by Arcade Fire bassist and Canadian composer Richard Reed Parry. The KWS is nationally praised for its performances, has an education program unparalleled for an organization of its size, and is heard regularly across Canada on CBC. KWS Music Director Edwin Outwater is one of North America’s most creative, dynamic, and engaging conductors. His innovative programming has earned him international acclaim, in particular for his Intersections series.