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The Visual Arts Centre is looking to hire an Assistant Janitor! Are you looking to work in a thriving cultural institution? We want to hear from you! Apply to info [at] visualartscentre.ca by April 22 with your CV! About the Visual Arts Centre:With our School of Art – Canada’s largest bilingual independent art school – and our McClure Gallery – an exciting exhibition venue – the VAC offers you a thriving community of artists, teachers and students. We’ve been part of Montreal’s artistic fabric since 1946! Why choose the Visual Arts Centre?
- Opportunity to work in a thriving cultural institution and become part of the VAC community
- Located near Vendôme metro and train station, as well as a variety of bus stops
- Chance to work in our beautiful historic building located in the heart of Victoria Village
- Possibility of taking free art courses as an employee
- Join our dynamic team!
Position SummaryThe Assistant Janitor is responsible for setting up the studios and cleaning the building on weekends. Conditions of Work
- Temporary part-time position
- Number of hours: 9
- Work hours: Saturdays from 8:00am-1:30pm, and Sundays 2:00-5:30pm, from April 27 to June 15 2019
- Salary range: $14 per hour
- Sets up the studios for weekend courses
- Sweeps and mops the floors
- Directs students to their classes on the first day of courses
- Cleans the bathrooms
- High school diploma
- Experience as a janitor, an asset
- Bilingualism, an asset
The ideal candidate will possess:
- Ability to work independently
Employment EquityThe Visual Arts Centre is aligned with the principles of Employment Equity. Employment Equity aims to correct systemic barriers to employment and promote the accommodation of designated groups in the workforce.Employment Equity encourages the establishment of working conditions that are free of barriers, corrects the conditions of disadvantage in employment and promotes the principle that Employment Equity requires special measures and the accommodation of differences for the four designated groups in Canada. The four designated groups include: women, aboriginal peoples, persons with disabilities and members of visible minorities, with the addition of a fifth group, members of the LGBTQ2+ community. For more information on Employment Equity, please consult Employment and Social Development Canada (https://www.canada.ca/en/employment-social-development/programs/employment-equity.html), or contact us by email at info [at] visualartscentre.caWe encourage applicants who consider themselves members of an aforementioned designated group to self-identify in their application.