The Creative Green Tools are a comprehensive set of carbon calculation and reporting tools, created specifically for the arts and culture sector. The Tools will be launched across Canada in early 2022 and made available to organizations and practitioners in the sector, along with training, user support, educational resources and other opportunities for learning and collaboration.
Main role responsibilities:
- Train users to use the Creative Green Tools
- Provide one-on-one technical support via email, phone or video call
- Create user guides and other instructional materials for the Creative Green Tools
- Create educational materials relating to environmental stewardship and climate action
- Review elements of the Creative Green Tools platform and test their functionality
- Correspond with program partners to schedule meetings, update them on program activities and get feedback
Ideal experience and qualifications:
- Knowledge of environmental impacts and carbon footprinting principles
- Experience using carbon footprinting tools or doing calculations based on emission factors
- Knowledge of the arts and culture sector
- Ability to solve problems independently
- Attention to detail
- Bilingual in English and French (an asset)
- Ability to write clearly and summarize complex information into simple text
- Interpersonal communication skills
- Time management skills and the ability to work autonomously
Desired start date: Mid-January 2022
Length of contract: 1 year, with possibility of extension
Salary: $48,500 per year + health and dental allowance
The CSPA represents and gives voice to people who identify diversely across the spectrums of gender, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, and ability. The Centre for Sustainable Practice in the Arts is an equal opportunity employer and values diversity in its workforce, encouraging applications from all qualified individuals. We strongly encourage applications from members of equity seeking groups, including but not limited to: persons with disabilities, BIPOC communities, gender fluid, non-binary and gender non-conforming people, newcomers to Canada and from all groups who experience marginalization. We encourage applicants to self-identify in their email if they are comfortable doing so.
ABOUT THE CSPA
The Centre for the Sustainable Practice in the Arts (CSPA) provides research, training, and consultancy services related to sustainable development, in particular ecological responsibility, in the arts and culture sector. This includes environmental footprinting and support for theatres, museums, galleries, and other cultural organizations and arts presenters/producers. We publish, electronically and in print, associated research in this field and organize conferences and convening on this topic for the purpose of professional and research networking, education, and professional development.
The CSPA views sustainability as the intersection of environmental balance, social equity, economic stability and a strengthened cultural infrastructure. Seeing itself as evolved out of the principles of the 1987 Brundtland Report and 1992 Rio de Janeiro Earth Summit, the CSPA aligns itself with the policies of Agenda 21 for Culture as a resource to artists and art organizations.
The CSPA’s activities include research and initiatives positioning arts and culture as a driver of a sustainable society.
Our activities include:
- Publication of the CSPA Quarterly periodical and Special Reports
- Engaging in research initiatives with strategic partners
- Distributing & re-distributing information online and through social networks.
- Creating and sharing tools for sustainable arts practices.
- Convening and conducting convergences and workshops on sustainable arts practices.
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