Webinar Presenter (Facilities Management)

Date Posted: Nov 02, 2016
Application Deadline: Jan 31, 2017

Salary: Honorarium
Province: Ontario
Region: Metro Toronto Area
City: Online
Organization's Field/Discipline:
Term: Contract
Career Level:

Organization Description


WorkInCulture (WIC) is a nonprofit arts service organization with the mandate of supporting the people who work in the creative community across Ontario through business and entrepreneurial skills training and lifelong career development.

We serve individuals and organizations (both for profit and nonprofit) across all disciplines. We create and deliver training in a broad range of formats; we conduct research on the sector’s labour market and its training needs, gaps and priorities; we connect the community (e.g. our popular Job Board connects employers with job-seekers) and we curate information on training resources offered by others.

WorkInCulture is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to inclusive, barrier-free recruitment and selection processes, and work environment in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). We will be happy to work with applicants requesting accommodation at any stage of the hiring process.

Job Description

WorkInCulture (WIC) is partnering with ArtsBuild Ontario (ABO) on The Learning Series - a collection of learning opportunities for arts facilities around ArtsBuild’s core programs. 

WIC and ABO are looking for a number of webinar presenters (independent presenter (s) or organization representatives) who can speak to the following topics as they relate to creative space rentals.

1. Feb. 22, 2017– Contracts and Agreements: Tenants and Landlords

Find out what you should know when it comes to contracts and agreements for creative space rentals! This webinar will highlight best practices and “need to knows” for contracts and agreements from both the renter and tenant perspectives. This webinar is relevant to any creative space manager or renter looking for more information about how to foster a successful landlord and tenant relationship. There will be time for questions and discussion following the presentation.

2. March 29, 2017 – Space Management – Keys to Success

Learn how to manage a creative rental space – and avoid burn out! Space managers often wear many hats when it comes to space rentals.  This webinar will cover best practices for improving your basic operations, from booking procedures to replacing the toilet paper. This webinar is relevant to any creative or cultural space that rents out their facility. There will be time for questions and discussion following the presentation.

3. May 31, 2017 - Finding Your Renter Audience 

Do you know who your current renter audience is? Are you or could you track renters? Discover how to easily use information and data to increase your rental revenue potential. In this webinar, space managers will learn what information to collect – how to gather it and how it could impact their space use – to reach a niche renter audience. This webinar is relevant to creative space managers interested in learning easy and efficient ways to determine and grow their current renter audience. There will be time for questions and discussion following the presentation.


Presenters will be provided some guidance on content development, but should otherwise be prepared to speak to best practices and approaches to their selected topic.

Where possible, presenters are encouraged to use examples and case studies relevant to their topic, and based on their experience, expertise, and knowledge of the arts sector. Artsbuild Ontario is available to source some examples/case studies if needed.

The target audience is the broader arts and culture community (cross-discipline) across Canada with a focus on creative and cultural spaces who rent out their facilities and so the presenter must be comfortable speaking to and about both small to large sized facilities.


Additional Info:

Webinar Format:

Each webinar runs for one hour with approximately 40-45 minutes of content delivery and time allotted for Q&A.

Webinars are delivered through the Adobe Connects Platform.


How to Apply:

To apply, please contact Stephanie Draker at stephaniedraker@workinculture.ca with a relevant CV or organization overview and a brief summary/outline of your topic and how you would be able to address it.

This is an ongoing application process and will remain posted until the positions are filled. 

Contact Info:

Name: Stephanie Draker
Email: stephaniedraker@workinculture.ca
Website: www.workinculture.ca


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