Job Opportunities January 17, 2020

Join Our Team – Facilities Operations Manager

By SKETCH Team

SKETCH is looking for a Facilities Operations Manager to join the team.

The Facilities Operations Manager is responsible for providing the most efficient ways to operate the indoor and outdoor facilities, art studios and equipment of SKETCH (Admin Hub, Lower Level Studios, Gardens), and its information technology.

Supervised by the Executive Director, the Facilities Operations Manager will work to ensure that the organization’s facilities, art studios, equipment, operations and information technology are running as efficiently as possible.

This will be executed through the consistent and scheduled, hands-on monitoring and analysis of procedures and systems, strategizing and and implementing improvements where necessary, to facilitate the program, administration and resource development activities of the organization.

To put forward your candidacy, please submit a cover letter and resume to the Hiring Committee at opportunities@sketch.ca by February 9, 2020 at 11:59PM.

Click here to view the job posting.

SKETCH COMMUNITY UPDATE (as of April 2, 2020)

Friends, we hope you are safe and healthy!

SKETCH is taking a pause in its usual programming to respond thoughtfully to the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. Spring and Summer programs will not happen as originally planned.

We are working to create remote offerings such as live streaming, video workshops, and online referrals support (in particular to connect with funds that can support youth, 16-29, during the pandemic).

We are aiming to have some in-person programs up and running by Fall 2020!

Please stay tuned to our social media accounts for updates. If you have any questions or concerns, email us at info@sketch.ca.

IN THE MEANTIME, IF YOU’D LIKE TO SUPPORT OUR WORK ... Please HELP!

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SKETCH celebrates the creativity and resilience of young people during this time (and always)! The ARTS can lead us! Take a listen to this new release from artist, Ben Wood

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