Job Category: Communications & Marketing
Division & Section: City Clerk's, City Clerk's Corporate Info Mgmt Svcs
Work Location: 255 Spadina Road
Job Type & Duration: Full-time, Permanent Vacancy
Hourly Rate and Wage Grade: $33.63 - $36.85 per hour - TF0489 Wage Grade 9
Shift Information: Monday to Friday, 35 hours per week
Affiliation: L79 Full-time
Number of Positions Open: 1
Posting Period: 03-Dec-2021 to 17-Dec-2021
Toronto is Canada’s largest city, the fourth largest in North America, and home to a diverse population of about 2.8 million people. Consistently ranked one of the world’s most livable cities, we are a global centre for business, finance, arts and culture, and are proud to be the Host City for the 2015 Pan American and Parapan American Games. Join the award-winning Toronto Public Service as an Educator, Outreach & Public Programming within our City Clerk's Office.
Maintains and utilizes knowledge of current ministry curriculum.
Designs and implements public education programs and events, promotional materials, exhibits and web content for a wide variety of media events, including audio, video and web based elements.
Integrates new curriculum into the development of programs for elementary and secondary students.
Aligns existing programs to meet changing educational curriculum content and standards.
Establishes and maintains relationship with various client groups and stakeholders, including teachers, community and heritage organizations, City Councillors, the Mayor's Office senior managers and other divisions, to promote awareness of the Archives and City Hall's educational programs and opportunities for community engagement and partnership.
Develops, delivers, schedules and evaluates Archives and City Hall's educational programs for a variety of client groups in response to changing educational and demographic requirements. Devises new outreach initiatives and community partnerships to support Archives' Strategic Plan recommendations and priorities.
Liaises with and recruits community partners.
Reviews content, organization and functionality of Archives online content and makes recommendations for improvement considering trends and issues in website traffic.
Researches, organizes, co-ordinates and participates in committees, consultation sessions, workshops, lectures, exhibit openings and other special events, for the public, professionals, stakeholders and volunteers.
Co-ordinates and prepares content for promotional strategies and marketing the Archives and City Hall's outreach program and other special projects including Doors Open Toronto, workshops, lectures and print sales.
Provides creative and technical design advice, discusses graphic materials layout and design requirements for exhibits, website design, promotional materials and reference purposes, and produces and prepares electronic design files for production.
Coordinates exhibit production by creating work schedules, coordinating print and design production, liaising with consultants, contractors and other outside parties.
Requests and review quotations, produces work orders for third party contractors.
Analyzes draft material and designs to produce and prepare archival graphic arts projects, including promotional flyers, pamphlets, exhibit panels, posters and layouts, for print, web, multimedia and other channels of delivery.
Creates content for, and updates, the Archives' online presence, including website and social media sites, providing information on services, events and activities. Creates, receives and proofs content, and develops, collects and integrates supporting graphics, photographs and artwork into the sites.
Writes, researches and assists in the preparation of various briefs, reports and, presentation materials for consideration by senior management.
Researches, designs, prepares, installs and coordinates all aspects of production of permanent, temporary and on-line exhibits for display at Archives and other city locations, including liaising with curators, contractors and other necessary third-parties.
Assists and advises researchers in the use of descriptive tools and archival records. Provides a research and reference service, researching, compiling materials. Responds to research inquiries from the public, city staff, elected officials and the media.
Develops, maintains and analyzes statistical reports and monitors website usage, providing data on a monthly basis. Creates and maintains contact, participation and invite lists for special events.
Conducts volunteer training and coordination for Doors Open Toronto.
Participates in the care and maintenance of the City's archival collection and assists with developing exhibit opportunities
Purchases and maintains exhibition supplies
Your application must describe your qualifications as they relate to:
Experience with the delivery of educational programs to students of different ages and grade levels as well as various organizations, ESL groups, adult learners, and the public
Experience with planning, coordinating, and implementing outreach events
Post-secondary education or professional development training courses in the archives, heritage/museum, library, education, or related field; or equivalent combination of related education and/or experience
Experience designing and installing exhibits
You must also have
Strong communication skills (oral and written) and demonstrated ability to communicate effectively with diverse client groups and stakeholders for community engagement and partnership development
Ability to exercise good judgement, discretion and political neutrality
Ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with clients at all levels, including City Councillors, senior managers and other Divisions
Familiarity with the development of online exhibits, website content, and use of Social Media tools
Ability to provide archival reference services to researchers and members of the public via telephone, email, and in person
General knowledge of Toronto history, structure, services, policies and programs
Knowledge of design software (e.g., Adobe Creative Suite)
Note: All City of Toronto employees are required to be fully vaccinated as a condition of hire in accordance with the City's Mandatory Vaccination Policy. Candidates will be required to show proof of vaccination during the recruitment process.
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