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Thank you for your interest in joining BEING Studio! We are currently looking for a Communications Consultant to join our team! 


BEING Studio invites applications from youth (15-30) candidates for the following position: Communications Consultant $18.00 per hour 
Full time (up to 30 hours per week), 9 week contract with possibility of renewal, hybrid remote/in person work environment. Job starts: May 30, 2021. Deadline for applications: May 16, 2022.  

Main tasks will include: 

- Collaborating with team members to create social media posts, newsletters and other outward facing communications  

-developing, implementing, and evaluating communication strategies  

-documenting internal processes  

-project coordination  

- Participating in team meetings and 1:1 meetings as required 

- Other tasks as needed.  


The ideal candidate:  

- self-motivated and organized  

- Strong written communication skills 

-experience using social media platforms, mail chimp, Squarespace and Canva  

-interpersonal skills, preferably with some experience working on a team. 

- Comfortable using digital collaboration platforms like Zoom, Microsoft Teams and other Microsoft tools  

- Knowledge of and experience within disability arts and culture is considered an asset. 


BEING is a not-for-profit organization based in Ottawa ON dedicated to supporting the participation and professional practice of artists with developmental disabilities. BEING supports artists though both in person and online programming. BEING artists contribute to the sector though regular exhibitions and creative projects. The role of the Communications Consultant is to promote the work of BEING artists and raise the public profile of the organization. As a member of BEING studio’s staff team, you will be joining a caring community of artists. As a Communications Consultant you may also be asked to participate in supporting fundraising activities, project coordination, and other tasks as needed as you support BEING’s programs.   


BEING is strongly committed to equity and values diversity. We encourage applications from First Nations, Métis and Inuit persons; persons from the Black community, People of Colour, and people who identify as LGBTQ2S. Applications from disability-identified persons will be prioritized. 

To apply, please send your resume and cover letter to Rachel Gray: