FACTOR Job Opportunity - Senior Project Coordinator

SENIOR PROJECT COORDINATOR  - COLLECTIVE INITIATIVES
 
FACTOR, the Foundation Assisting Canadian Talent on Recordings, is hiring a Senior Project 
Coordinator – Collective Initiatives for its downtown Toronto office.  This is a full-time, salaried 
position.
 
Summary
 
Reporting to the Director of Operations, the SPC is responsible for the professional and efficient 
administration of funding requests in the Collective Initiatives and Sponsorships Programs. Clients 
in these programs are major Canadian event producers, music conferences, industry organizations, 
festivals and music exporters, and digital developers.  
 
Responsibilities include administering files from receipt of application to approval or rejection by the 
Board of Directors, through to completion; creating a positive client experience by understanding 
and meeting their unique needs quickly, professionally and accurately; collecting and analyzing 
success metrics and deliverables; researching and writing reports to the executive and Board; 
assisting with application processing on an overflow basis for other programs as needed.
 
Qualifications
 
The successful candidate will have a post-secondary education and a professional background in 
non-profit arts administration and/or public funding administration, and production and delivery of 
cultural programming.  Must have knowledge of the business side of the Canadian music industry 
and experience in funding applications for large productions either as a client or as an administrator.   
Must have demonstrable ability to interpret cultural policy.  Experience in large-scale arts event 
production is an asset.  Bilingualism is also an asset.
 
Additional assets could include: project management, research and writing in cultural policy, data 
collection and analysis, event promotion.
 
To apply:
 
Please forward your resume by email, with the subject line “Senior Project Coordinator”, along with 
a cover letter indicating salary expectations by 5 pm ET on Monday July 15, 2013, to jobs@factor.ca.  
 
You will be contacted only if selected for an interview.